Clay C. Runyan

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Date of Birth Saturday, May 14, 1842
Date of Death Tuesday, September 4, 1917


Clay C. Runyan was born in Cincinnati Ohio, and attended Kenyon College in Ohio. In 1861 he enlisted as a private in the 2nd Regiment, Company D, Kentucky Infantry. This unit fought in East Tennessee campaigns, including Chickamauga in 1863. After the war he moved to Tennessee, and worked in a general store in Tazewell and Knoxville. As a member of the Sturm Club of Tazewell, served as recording secretary pro tem of the May, 1867 Tennessee baseball convention. He was a Universalist and a Republican.

In 1868 Runyan left Tennessee to become a steamboat clerk on the Ohio River.


History of Cincinnati and Hamilton County, Ohio. S.B. Nelson & Co. Cincinnati: 1894.


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Sturm Club of Tazewell 1867

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