Jane Knox Chapter

Daughters of the American Revolution

Columbia, Tennessee




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First Organized in 1895

Reorganized April 29, 1935

November 15, 1776-January 11, 1852

Jane Knox was the daughter of Colonel James Knox, of North Carolina,

who fought in the American Revolution.  She married Major Samuel Polk on December 15, 1794.

They were the parents of the 11th President of the United States, James Knox Polk.

Samuel and Jane Knox Polk are buried in the Greenwood Cemetery, Maury County, Tennessee.


We are located in Maury County, Cumberland District, Middle Tennessee  






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