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Lloyd Polk
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Birth: Sep. 28, 1806
Louisiana, USA
Death: Jan. 5, 1878
Covington County
Mississippi, USA

Loyd Polk was born at Beaver Creek, Feliciana, Spanish West Florida, which was not considered part of the Louisiana Purchase in 1803. West Florida was a region on the north shore of the Gulf of Mexico, which underwent several boundary and sovereignty changes during its history. Many of the settlers in the area participated in the West Florida Rebellion in 1810 and Loyd's father Isaac Polk may have been a participant in the rebellion. On 27 Oct 1810, parts of West Florida were annexed by proclamation of U.S. President James Madison, who claimed the region as part of the Louisiana Purchase. Louisiana was admitted as a state 30 Apr 1812. Feliciana Parish was formed in 1810 and divided in 1824 into East Feliciana Parish and West Feliciana Parish. Beaver Creek became Clinton, the parish seat of East Feliciana Parish.

Submitted by: Ron (Bass) Roberts
Family links: 
  Joseph Isaac Polk (1780 - 1859)
  Sarah E. White Polk (1785 - 1853)
  Asenith King Polk (1805 - 1889)
  John Polk (1832 - 1914)*
  Martha J. Polk Garner (1842 - 1920)*
  Franklin Milton Polk (1844 - 1908)*
  Mary Jane Polk Parkman (1847 - 1916)*
  James M. Polk (1852 - 1894)*
  Lloyd Polk (1806 - 1878)
  Simon Polk (1810 - 1885)*
  Arcadia Polk Bass (1812 - 1901)*
  Andrew Wilkin Polk (1819 - 1884)*
  Emma Leck Polk Cole (1822 - 1894)*
  Josephus Polk (1827 - 1862)*
  Franklin Milton Polk (1829 - 1909)*
*Calculated relationship
Loyd Polk Cemetery
Jefferson Davis County
Mississippi, USA
Maintained by: AUEngineer
Originally Created by: Ann Berry McNair
Record added: Aug 14, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 40661578

DID NOT SERVE IN THE CONFEDERATE MILITARY, BUT MATERIALLY SUPPORTED THE CONFEDERACY. Loyd Polk (b. East Feliciana Parish, LA, 1806-d. Covington County, MS, 1878) was paid on Oct. 30, 1863, for the hire of four of his wagons, drivers, and 12 yokes of oxen...(Read more)
- Jim Huffman
 Added: Mar. 5, 2017
Brother-in-law's 3rd great grandfather
- MyrtisJane
 Added: May. 30, 2015
My husband's GGG grandfather
- omcnair
 Added: Jul. 19, 2014
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