Clay County Courthouse, Orange Park, Middleburg, Keystone Heights, Florida

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Clay County Court House

Orange Park Location
825 N. Orange Ave.
Post Office BOX 698 Green Cove Springs, FL 32043-0698 (904) 269/284-6302

Keystone Heights Location
275 S. Lawrence Blvd.
Keystone Heights, FL 32656 (352) 473-8930
Middleburg Location
1836 Blanding Blvd #D Middleburg, FL 32068 (904) 282-6490
The 1901 burned down the original court house pictured below.
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Clay County, named for the “great compromiser” Henry Clay, was founded in 1858. The original county seat, as designated by legislation, was Middleburg. An 1859 election moved the seat to the “McRae House,” or Whitesville, thereafter renamed Webster in honor of Daniel Webster. The selection was controversial, eventually resolved by a judge, and in 1872 this “very insecure house” was burned and with it most of the county’s judicial records. The current county seat is Green Cove Springs. The latter town dates from about 1830 and is one of many in the state whose promoters wistfully reputed it the site of Ponce DeLeon’s fountain of youth.

The historic Clay County Courthouse is among the state’s oldest, built in 1889. Combining Italianate and Second Renaissance elements, it is constructed of stuccoed brick with a round arched entrance and arcaded porch. It was designed by A. E. McClure of Jacksonville.

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