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Ezekial Clay     $15.00
Ezekial Clay
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Ezekial Clay Autograph

Ezekial Clay served as a Confederate colonel in American Civil War.  Clay served as a private in the 1st Battalion Kentucky (CSA) Mounted Rifles.  Clay was elected Lieutenant Colonel on November 29, 1862.  He went on to serve in the 3rd Battalion Kentucky Mounted Rifles.  On April 13, 1864, Clay was captured by the Union Army at Paintsville, Kentucky.  Clay lost his right eye in the brief fight.  He was incarcerated on Johnson's Island in Lake Erie until 1865.  After the Civil War, Clay became a banker and a breeder of champion horses.  His horse breeding farm on his estate in Kentucky was known as Runnymeade.  Runnymeade became famous as the source of the finest thoroughbred horses in Kentucky.  His horses won the Kentucky Derby twice.  Clay also served as preesident of the Kentucky Racing Association.  He also became chairman of the Kentucky Racing Commission.  Ezekail made out the check displayed here to his wife, Anna Lee Clay.

This Ezekial Clay autograph reproduction would look great as a display in your home or office.



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