Mary Wilson, married Elizabeth Dodd and had Clarissa Polk who married
a Taylor, Oliva Polk who married D. D. Berry: Thomas Polk, Joseph Polk, Caroline Polk, who married John Wirt; Jackson Polk, Mary Polk who married Howard; Laura Polk who married first Manly,
and second Taylor.
Louisa Polk, daughter of Ezekial Polk, married Captain Charles Neely and had two sons, Colonel Rufus Polk Neely and Colonel J. J. Neely, both gallant officers in the Confederate Army. (John H. Wheeler gives this Louisa Polk as having married first McNeely, and second D. D. Collier, but he must have contused her with some other Louisa Polk.)
Mary Polk, daughter of Ezekial Polk, married Captain Thomas Jones Hardeman, and lett children, namely: Monroe Hardeman, Mary Fentress Hardeman, Leonidas Hardeman, and William Hardeman.
Charles Perry Polk, son of Ezekial Polk, married and had children, namely: Charles E. Polk, Eugenia Polk, Perry Polk, Ann C. Polk, James Knox Polk, (not the President.)
Eugenia Polk, daughter of Ezekial Polk, married William Wood and left a daughter, Benegna Wood, who married and had children.
Clarissa Polk, daughter of Ezekial Polk, married Captain Thomas McNeal and had several children, namely: Jane McNeal who married Brown;
Clara McNeal who married Fulton; Mary McNeal who married Mark K. Roberts.
Eugenia Polk, daughter of Ezekial Polk, married Alexander Nelson and had children, namely: Sarah,. Ada, Sophia, Charles, William and Hugh Nelson. Alexander Nelson died in Bolivar, Tennessee, and the widow Eugenia Polk Nelson, resided in Corinth, Mississippi until her death.
Matilda Polk, daughter of Ezekial Polk, married John Campbell.
Thomas Polk, son of Ezekial Polk, of him no record is given.
Edwin Polk, son of Ezekial Polk, was Speaker of the Tennessee Senate at the time of his death in 1850. He married Octavia Jones, daughter of General Calvin Jones. Their daughter, Octavia Polk, married T. F. Brooks.
Samuel Polk, son of Ezekial Polk and his first wife, Mary Wilson, married Jane Knox; a daughter of Captain James Knox of the Revolution. They had ten children, one of whom was James Knox Polk, born November 2, 1795; died June 15, 1849, was President of the United States.
The children of Samuel Polk and Jane Knox Polk were: James Knox Polk; Maria Polk; Marshall T. Polk; Eliza Polk; Franklin Polk; Samuel Polk, second: John Polk; Ophelia Polk; Naomi Polk, and William Polk. Of these