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Though there are many Potts families in Southern Illinois and elsewhere, known to be distantly related to the Potts of Potts' Hill, it is quite possible that no direct descendants exist.
To date no descendent of the proprietors of the infamous tavern have come forward with information that would assist researchers in clearing up the historical ambiguities surrounding the subject.
Ronald Nelson's extensive research and work published over the years on the pages of the Springhouse Magazine have undoubtedly been the most comprehensive on the subject to date.
Much to the chagrin of many local history, legend, and lore buffs, Mr.
Nelson has somewhat conclusively proven that there was probably never a person named Billy Potts in residence at Potts' Inn. and Polly (Blue) Potts, and no record of any natural children have been uncovered to date.
Still, Isaiah Potts himself is worthy of more than just passing note on the basis of what little is known.
Since they do occupy a place in our regional history, as well as folklore, perhaps we should know a little more about them.Possibly, there are people living in Hardin County, Illinois, or elsewhere, capable of shedding more light on the stories surrounding Potts' Inn than either I or other writers have thus far been able to do.