Clay Lick

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Clay Lick, Licking County, Ohio

1920 Population - no records available

         Clay Lick was a Nineteenth Century coal mining village that was in decline in 1904 when the interurban was built through the village. It was a stop on the CN&Z and was reported to have a depot. It looks like the amateur photographers of the day skipped Clay Lick, as no photos have surfaced at this time.
         The CN&Z used two words for Clay Lick. Other histories make it one word – Claylick. We choose to follow the CN&Z naming convention.

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