Clay Hill

Clay Hill, also known as Hick's Spring, is two miles north of U.S. Highway 84 and five miles northeast of Teague in west central Freestone County. It had a school and a gin owned by Johnny George. The school had an enrollment of nineteen in 1903, and church services were held in the school house. In the 1930s Clay Hill had the school and a few scattered dwellings. By 1989 only a church remained.

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Place type

Clay Hill is classified as a Town

Associated Names

  • (Hick's Spring)


Latitude: 31.69627970
Longitude: -96.23247230

Has Post Office


Is Incorporated