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William Polk inherited White Hall, the home of Robert, on the Eastern shore of Maryland.

Susan Ruth Polk married David Reese and from recent records it seems that she was the daughter of Robert Polk, Jr., son of Robert Bruce Polk, the immigrant. The "will" will prove whether she is the daughter or not unless she was provided for before her father's death, and not mentioned. The other Susan Polk was Susanna (not Susan) who married Benjamin Alexander. She was the daughter of William Polk II, and Margaret Taylor Polk, who died in North Carolina. William Polk II was the son of Robert Bruce Polk, Sr., and the brother of Robert, Jr.

Magdalene Tasker Porter Polk outlived her husband, Robert Bruce Polk. She is credited to be the only woman in American Annals who made a will, giving her beautiful estate of Morning Hall in Ireland to her son Joseph Polk. Included is her will. The original is on file. in Princess Ann, Somerset County, Maryland. The spelling and wording are copied exactly as written.

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