|1785-04-03||b.||William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard', Ms book at West Sussex RO|
|1786-04-22||b. Horsham, Sussex||TNA: PRO RG 6/609, /846, /1643; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard', Ms book at West Sussex RO; catalogue entry for West Sussex RO Add Mss 52,534, Quaker birth certificate|
|1791-06-23||d.||William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard'; PRO RG 6/847|
|1791-06-26||bur. Friends’ burial ground, Horsham||RG 6/610, /847, /946|
|1787-09-29||b. Horsham, Sussex||TNA: PRO RG 6/609, /846, /1644; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard', Ms book at West Sussex RO; Surrey Records Centre 6189 Box 5|
|1796/1799||attended Ackworth School||List of the Boys and Girls admitted into Ackworth School 1779–1879 (1879) Ackworth School Centenary Committee, Ackworth|
|at 8½ reading was "middling", could spell "2 syllables well", but had no arithmetic; "pretty well" on leaving||West Yorks Archive Service C678, Ackworth School archives, 11/3/1|
|1806-02-12||removal to Gloucester m.m.; "now living with Isaac Butterfield at Tewkesbury."||SRC 6189 Box 6|
|1811-04-10||removed to within the compass of Poole and Ringwood MM|
|1811-05-10||removed to Southampton|
|[formerly] of the firm of Lidbetter and Pollard, of Southampton, drapers||Hampshire Advertiser, 1851-07-19|
|1813-02-10||returned to Horsham||SRC 6189 Box 6|
|1813-06-03/-04||draper of Horsham; party to a conveyance (lease and release) in consideration of £1500||catalogue entry for WSRO Add Mss 11,007, 11,008|
|1813-12-08||declared intention of marrying Fanny Clark, of Poole & Ringwood meeting||SRC 6189 Box 6|
|1814-01-26||draper of Horsham; m. Fanny Clark (cal 1794–1864, daughter of Joseph and Fanny Clark of Southampton), Southampton meeting; signed||PRO RG 6/196; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard'; PRO HO 107/1648 f244 p38|
|1814-10-04||distrained for Local Militia fine; 2 pair Irish, 3 pairs print and 12 pair hose seized||East Sussex RO SOF 24/1 & Box 18|
|1814-10-07||distrained for church rates; 38½ yards of calico and 6 pair hose seized||ESRO SOF 24/1|
|Children:||Maria (1815–1889), Alfred (1816–1818), Edwin (1818–1864), Caroline (1820–1854), Julia (1823–1865), Arthur (1825–1868), Anna (1827–1865), Robert Mew (1829–1829)||William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard'; PRO RG 11; The British Friend; Annual Monitor|
|1815-07-12||Attended Monthly Meeting at Capel||SRC 6189 Box 9|
|1816-04-09||distrained for tithes; 8 pair hose seized||ESRO SOF 24/1 & Box 18|
|1816-09-23||distrained for tithes; 13 pair hose seized||ESRO SOF 24/1|
|1816-12-11||prevented by indisposition from attending Monthly Meeting at Dorking, as appointed||SRC 6189 Box 9|
occupant of house on West Street, Horsham, owned by Samuel Pollard sr
|WSRO QDE/2/1 (MF 637-9)|
|1817-10-08||attended Monthly Meeting at Horsham||SRC 6189 Box 9|
|1818-11-11||attended Monthly Meeting at Reigate|
|1819-01-05||represented Horsham at Quarterly Meeting there||ESRO SOF 20/2|
|1819-03-10||attended Monthly Meeting at Dorking||SRC 6189 Box 9|
|1819-07-06||represented Horsham at Quarterly Meeting at Godalming||ESRO SOF 20/2|
|1820-03||distrained for church rates; 8 pair hose seized||ESRO SOF 24/3 & Box 18|
|1820-06-14||attended Monthly Meeting at Capel||SRC 6189 Box 9|
|1820-10-04||attended Monthly Meeting at Horsham|
|1821||left £200 by his aunt Hannah Pollard||PRO PROB 11/1646 Q.419|
|1821-06-03||attended Monthly Meeting at Horsham||SRC 6189 Box 9|
|1821-12-07||distrained for church rates; 10 pair hose seized||ESRO SOF 24/3 & Box 18|
|1822-01-12||attended Monthly Meeting at Horsham||SRC 6189 Box 9|
|1822-11-13||attended Monthly Meeting at Reigate|
|1823-01-08||attended Monthly Meeting at Horsham|
|1824-01-10||SRC 6189 Boxes 8 & 9|
|1825-01-15||Samuel and Fanny removed to Poole & Southampton||SRC 6189 Box 9|
|1825-02-09||certificate for Samuel & Fanny for removal to Poole & Southampton||SRC 6189 Box 8|
|1828-10-18||attended Monthly Meeting at Horsham||SRC 6189 Box 9|
|1829-06-10||attended Monthly Meeting at Capel|
|1829-08-12||attended Monthly Meeting at Ifield|
|1829-10-10||attended Monthly Meeting at Horsham|
The committee appointed to visit Fanny Pollard brought in the following report
To Dorking & Horsham monthly meeting
We the undersigned of the committee appointed to visit Fanny Pollard have had an opportunity with her and have to report that she the said Fanny Pollard would not admit that the reports respecting her practice of taking too much strong liquor were true, and her husband in a solemn manner declared that he never knew his wife drink to excess, but that she was subject to a complaint which sometimes made her appear somewhat like a person intoxicated. The committee however were not satisfied and are of the mind that a further investigation of the case ought to be made.
17 Apr 1832
|1833-12-28||attended Monthly Meeting at Horsham|
|1834-09-17||attended Monthly Meeting at Dorking|
|1835-01-06/07||voted for Hurst in Horsham parliamentary election||WSRO MP 1507 electors’ list|
|1835-01-21||attended Monthly Meeting at Dorking||SRC 6189 Box 9|
|1835-12-16||with his father, appointed to get the meeting house at Thakeham registered at the Quarter Sessions|
|1836-01-25||chaired a meeting of the inhabitants of Horsham at the Crown Inn, to protest against a prison sentence passed on Edward Mills, an 'old and respectable Tradesman'||Brighton Patriot and Lewes Free Press,1836-01-26|
|1836-03-16||attended Monthly Meeting at Dorking||SRC 6189 Box 9|
|1836-04-04||attended adjourned Monthly Meeting at Dorking|
|1836-08-17||attended Monthly Meeting at Ifield|
|1836-09-21||attended Monthly Meeting at Dorking|
|1836-10-19||attended Monthly Meeting at Capel|
|1836-12-21||appointed to give out the birth and burial notes at Horsham|
|1837-03-15||attended Monthly Meeting at Dorking|
|1837-06-21||attended Monthly Meeting at Capel|
|1837-07-19||attended Monthly Meeting at Reigate|
|1837-08-16||attended Monthly Meeting at Ifield|
|1838-01-05||represented Horsham at Quarterly Meeting there||ESRO SOF 20/4|
|1838-02-06||present at trustees meeting in Dorking||SRC 6189 Box 9|
|1838-05-16||attended Monthly Meeting at Ifield|
|1838-06-20||attended Monthly Meeting at Capel|
|1838-09-19||attended Monthly Meeting at Dorking|
|1838-10-05||represented Horsham at Quarterly Meeting there||ESRO SOF 20/4|
|1838-11-21||attended Monthly Meeting at Horsham||SRC 6189 Box 9|
|1838-11-22||registered mother’s death||SRC 6189/168|
|1839||jun.; accountant, Carfax, Horsham||Pigot’s Directory of Sussex|
|1839-05-15||attended Monthly Meeting at Ifield||SRC 6189 Box 9|
|1840||left £150 in father’s will||PROB 11/1951, quire 637|
|1840-10-12||registered elector, with house in Sussex-place, Horsham||Horsham electoral register 1840|
|1841||accountant, of Carfax, Horsham, living with wife, daughter, and unknown 8-year old girl||PRO HO 1071097/2 f15 p22|
|1841-07-31||registered elector, with house in Sussex-place, Horsham||Horsham electoral register 1841|
|1841-08-18||registered father’s death||SRC 6189/168|
|1842–43||registered elector, with freehold house in North parade||Horsham electoral register 1842–3 WSRO MF 946|
|1843–44||registered elector, with freehold house in North parade||Horsham electoral register 1843–4 WSRO MF 946|
|1844–45||registered elector, with freehold house in North parade||Horsham electoral register 1844–5 WSRO MF 946|
|1845||house agent, Springfield road, Horsham||Kelly’s Directory of Sussex|
|1845–46||registered elector, with freehold house in North parade||Horsham electoral register 1845–6 WSRO MF 946|
|1846||accountant; trustee of Horsham & Ifield meeting houses||ESRO SOF 9/1|
|1846-04-10||accountant of Horsham; trustee for new meeting house at Dorking||ESRO SOF 20/4|
|1846-05-13||removal certificate for North Somersetshire||SRC 6189/203|
|1846-08-01||sued Charles Burstow, Jr, at Horsham Petty Sessions, asking for a warrant of ejectment against the defendant for refusing to quit the complainant's premises; case dismissed on a legal technicality||Sussex Advertiser, 1846-08-04|
|1846–47||registered elector, with freehold house in North parade||Horsham electoral register 1846–7 WSRO MF 946|
|1847||registered elector, with house in Alfred Place||Horsham electoral register 1847|
|1847||accountant; voted for John Jervis in Horsham election||poll book|
|1847-04-22||accountant, of Horsham; one of the trustees for Dorking, Horsham and Guildford mm||catalogue entry for Surrey History Centre QS6/13/68|
|1849-07-30||registered elector of Horsham, with house in Alfred place||electoral register|
|1850-09-07||gave evidence in a case involving a boundary
dispute, at Horsham Petty Sessions:
Mr Samuel Pollard, the agent, stated that the evidence of the complainant was perfectly correct, but on being questioned by the Bench admitted that the defendant had not been apprised of the alteration in the letting of the two houses, neither could he state that the boundary of the premises was pointed out to him at the time, or since the house was let to him.
|Sussex Advertiser, 1850-09-10|
|1851||house agent, Springfield road, Horsham||Kelly’s Directory of Sussex, Post Office Directory of Sussex|
|1851||house agent, of Springfield road, Horsham; living with wife, general servant, and charwoman||HO 107/1648 f244 p38|
|1851-04-22||made will. House agent and accountant of Horsham. Wants wife to give up housekeeping and leave Horsham within 12 months of his decease. One executor his son Edwin, a watchmaker of Sherborne, Dorset. "My property at present consists of two freehold houses offices and gardens situate in the Carfax a freehold house offices & garden on the North Parade." Leaves two gold watches, one to eldest son Edwin, the other to son Arthur.||PROB 11/2139 Q.748|
|1851-07-13||house agent; d. at Springfield Road, Horsham, of chronic disease of stomach, albuminuria about 14 days||death certificate; SRC 6189/168; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard'; The Friend IX.104:154, Aug 1851|
At his residence, Horsham, Sussex, Mr. Samuel Pollard, aged 65; formerly of the firm of Lidbetter and Pollard, of Southampton, drapers.
|Hampshire Advertiser, 1851-07-19|
|1851-07-20||accountant, of Horsham; bur. Friends’ burial ground, Horsham||SRC 6189/168|
This is the Last Will and Testament of me Samuel Pollard of Horsham in the County of Sussex, House Agent and Accountant.
First, After the payment of my first debts and funeral expenses I give and bequeath to my Wife Fanny Pollard for the time of her natural life all the rents, profits, interest, or income that may arise or become payable from my real or personal estate of whatever nature or kind or wherever situated at the time of my decease. Nevertheless as I wish it possible that there should be some accumulating find or amount saved from the aforesaid unto profits, income and interest. It is my Will and desire that my executors shall receive and have such control over the expenditure of the aforesaid rents, profits, income and interest as they may consider desirable. I therefore authorize and empower them to pay to or expend for my said Wife so much of the receipts only as they shall see fit and expedient from time to time for the comfort and well being of my Wife. And thereafter they have so done the residue if any shall be safely invested and allowed to accumulate for her soul use and benefit.
Second, it is my particular will and desire that my Wife should give up housekeeping and house (at) Horsham within three months of my decease and that my executors shall provide and comfortable residence for her in some family and pay what is agreed to the said party or parties and that my executors shall arrange with the executors of her late father for the carrying out the same.
Third, during the lifetime of my Wife I give full authority and power to my executors to expend from time to time out of the income before named such sum or sums as they may consider necessary for maintaining or keeping good or efficient state of repair any house or houses or other buildings that I may have.
Fourth, Should it appear desirable or advantageous to my executors they are hereby empowered to sell or dispose of any one or the whole of my house or other property at Horsham or elsewhere and to re-invest the proceeds of Such sale or disposal in such other securities as they may see best so that the income may not be reduced unless by circumstances over which they can have no control.
Fifth, after the decease of my dear Wife my executors may and are hereby authorised to sell and to dispose of the whole of my property real and personal for the purpose of making a fair and equal division of the proceeds of the same amongst my then surviving children or childrens children as hereinafter provided videlicet them after the decease of my Wife. I Will and bequeath all my property to my dear Children then surviving in equal proportions. Or if any of them should die before my Wife and leave any child or children then such part as would have belonged to the Parent should become the property of and be payable to such child or if children then in equal shares to each surviving child.
Sixth, I nominate and appoint my Son Edwin Pollard Watch maker of Sherborne, Dorset, and Richard Edridge Tax Dealer, Bilston, Staffordshire, to be my executors who are hereby fully empowered and authorised to carry into effect all the provisions of this my last Will and Testament.
Seventh, My property at present consists of two freehold houses, offices and gardens situate in the Carfax, A freehold house, offices and garden on the North Parade. The former two in the occupation of Humphrey Charman of St. John Hunt and the latter Sidney Edward Sucas. All situated in the Borough of Horsham, in the County of Sussex. Likewise Railway Shares, bonds, bills, household furniture, plate, hind, printed books, accounts and also two gold watches and the appendages attached thereto which I Will and bequeath to my two Sons Edwin and Arthur Pollard in the following manner that is to say the one worn by myself to be the property of my Wife and to be worn by her during her life and at her decease to become the absolute property of my eldest Son Edwin Pollard and the one now worn by my Wife is to be left to and worn by Edwin from and after my death until the decease of his mother when he will exchange and the latter shall become the absolute property of my Son Arthur.
Eighth, All my shells and other curiosities are to be equally divided between my surviving children.
Ninth, In case [my] Wife should again Marry I hereby revoke the payment of all interest and income from my real and personal estate to her for her benefit and empower my executors to dispose of the same as soon as convenient.
Tenth, I hereby revoke any former Will or Wills and declare this to be my last Will and Testament whereunto I now set my hand and seal in the presence of Alfred Allen Maltster, and William Feist Shoemaker, and who in the presence of each other witness my signature and sign their own names this twenty second day of the fourth month called April one thousand eight hundred and fifty one. --- Samuel Pollard--- Witness Alfred Allen,--- William Feist.
Appeared Personally William Feist of Horsham in the county of Sussex Shoemaker and made oath that he is one of the attesting Witnesses to last Will and Testament of Samuel Pollard late of Horsham in the county of Sussex deceased bearing date the twenty second day of April one thousand eight hundred and fifty one and now hereunto annexed and having observed the words "All situated in the Borough of Horsham in the county of Sussex" to be written after the last line of the second page of the said Will with a reference thereto after the name "Sidney Edward Sucas" in the said line and also having also observed the words “and the appendages attached thereto” to be interlined between the second and third lines from the top of the third page of the said Will this deponent said that such recited words and interlined cion were so written and interlined in the said Will previous to the execution thereof by the said Testator. And he further made oath that on the twenty second day of April one thousand eight hundred and fifty one aforesaid the said Testator duly executed his said Will by signing his name at the foot or and thereof in the presence of this Deponent and of Alfred Allen the other attesting Witness thereto who were then together present at the same time with the said testator and this I consent and the said Alfred Allen thereupon attested and subscribe the said Will in the presence the said testator and of each other--- William Feist--- On the seventeenth day of September one thousand eight hundred and fifty one the said William Feist was duly sworn to the truth of this Affidavit by the virtue of the annexed Commission before me John R Hodgson, Commissioner.
Proved at London the 19th day of September 1851 before the Judge by the oaths of Edwin Pollard the Son and Richard Edridge the Executors to whom admon was granted having been first sworn by Commission duly to administer.
|PROB 11/2139/345, transcript by Mark & Glenys Hill, 2005|
|1790-12-11||b. Horsham, Sussex||TNA: PRO RG 6/609, /846, /1644; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard', Ms book at West Sussex RO; PRO HO 107/1581|
|1799/1802||attended Ackworth School||List of the Boys and Girls admitted into Ackworth School 1779–1879 (1879) Ackworth School Centenary Committee, Ackworth|
|at 9½ reading was "middlingly", spelling "poorly", arithmetic "none"||West Yorkshire Archive Service C678, Ackworth School archives, 11/3/1|
|1800||made a sampler, while at Ackworth:
|Tennants catalogue; it was sold for £1200 in 2011|
|1808-08-10||certificate of removal to Arundel; "now living with Thomas Elgar."||SRC 6189 Box 6|
|1811-05-10||removed to Southampton|
|1814-02-21||draper of Bishopstortford, Hertfordshire; m.1. Mary Absolam (1794–1836, daughter of the late William and Elizabeth Absolam, draper of Poole), at Poole meeting; signed||RG 6/196, /278; Annual Monitor|
To SHOPKEEPERS and Others.
SPACIOUS FREEHOLD PREMISES,
BISHOP's STORTFORD, Herts.
To be SOLD by AUCTION,
By N.S. MACHIN,
At the King's Head Inn, Bishop's Stortford, on Friday the 30th day of June, 1815, at Eleven o'clock precisely, if not previously disposed of by Private Contract;
A valuable FREEHOLD ESTATE, in a centrical situation of the above capital market town, long established as a shop of the first repute, most completely and expensively fitted up with every convenience for a grocery, drapery, hosiery, and haberdashery business. The premises, which are in good repair, comprise a substantial brick and sash fronted Dwelling House; containing a spacious modern bow-fronted shop and store-room adjoining, with extensive dry cellarage for the trade, under the same; six excellent bed chambers, breakfast and dining parlours; bow-fronted back drawing room; two kitchens, with dry warehouses above; coal and ale cellars; wood-house, hen-house, piggery, and a two-stalled stable; a pump of spring water near the kitchen door; paved yard, and large garden from the dwelling-house down to the river Stort.
Bishop's Stortford is a first rate market-town, at the head of a navigable canal, an arm of which river skirt the premises; it is thirty miles from London, and twenty-six from Cambridge. The shop has an old-established connection, and is now in full trade, in the occupation of Mr. Andrew Pollard, at the rent of seventy-five pounds per annum, who will quit at Michaelmas next.—This property possesses advantages seldom to be met with, viz. a most respectable Dwelling House, with a private entrance, a spacious Shop, with warehouses and cellarage, most completely fitted up, a lucrative business, and immediate possession.
Particulars and conditions of sale may be had at the neighbouring Inns; of Mr. Joseph Heath, Stanstead; Mr. William Gee, Solicitor; and of Mr. MACHIN, Auctioneer, Bishop's Stortford; and at 25, King Street, Covent Garden; who are also empowered to treat for the same, till seven days prior to the sale.
|Cambridge Chronicle and Journal, 1815-06-16|
|1821||left £200 by his aunt Hannah Pollard||PROB 11/1646 Q.419|
|1837-04-03||m.2. Sarah Mainhood (1814–1888, d. of Parker and Mary (Robinson) Maynhood), at St Mary Haggerstone, Middlesex||GRO index; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard'; information from Mark & Glenys Hill; RG 6; "England Marriages, 1538–1973," Database, FamilySearch: accessed 17 June 2015, Andrew Pollard and Sarah Mainhood, 03 Apr 1837, citing St Mary Haggerstone, Middlesex, reference FHL microfilm 413,289; information from Susan Moore|
|Children:||Sarah (1838–1912), Andrew (1839–1909), Robert Hughesdon (1840–1916), Joseph (1842–1843), John (1844–1911), James Thomas (1845–1890), Henry Josiah (1845–1921), Alfred (1848–1929), Arthur (1849–1911), Ann (1852–1871), William (1854–1934)||William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard'; censuses; GRO index; Annual Monitor; National Probate Calendar; gedcom from Mark & Glenys Hill|
|1840||left £100 in his father’s will||PROB 11/1951, quire 637|
|1841||clerk, of Lower Marsh, Lambeth, Surrey, living with wife, three children, and a servant||PRO HO 107 1061/6 f23 p2|
|1851||commercial traveller of 3 Holtham Place, St Giles Camberwell, London, living with wife and eight children||HO 107/1581 folio and page numbers illegible|
|1852-07-29 & 1854-04-01||children born at 2 Mina Road, Old Kent Road||The Friend X.119:219, Nov 1852 and XII.137.96, May 1854|
|1861||schoolmaster, living with his wife and two children at Glanynst Cottage, Swansea higher||PRO RG 9/4100 4100 f58 p16|
|1863-11-16||d. Wainarlwydd, near Swansea, Glamorgan||GRO index; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard'; The British Friend|
|bur. in the burying ground of the Independents Chapel, because there was no Friends' burial ground there||The British Friend|
|1792-08-21||b. Horsham, Sussex||TNA PRO RG 6/609, /846, 1644; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard', Ms book at West Sussex RO; East Sussex RO SOF 59/4|
|1801/1804||attended Ackworth School||List of the Boys and Girls admitted into Ackworth School 1779–1879 (1879) Ackworth School Centenary Committee, Ackworth|
|At 8½ reading was "but middling", spelling "but middling", and arithmetic "none"; on leaving, "only little improved cannot write."||West Yorkshire Archive Service C678, Ackworth School archives, 11/3/1|
|1808-07-13||attended Horsham monthly meeting at Horsham||Surrey Record Centre 6189 Box 6|
|1813-12-08||removed to Witham, Essex||SRC 6189 Box 6|
|1815-03-30||removed to Dorking||SRC 6189/17 & 18|
|1816-06-12||removed to Withen, Warwickshire North||SRC 6189 Box 9|
|1816-08-14||Horsham received certificate dated 4 July from Dorking||SRC 6189/17 & 18|
|1820-06-29||m. Persis Ann Andrews (cal 1791–1857)||William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard'; not in PRO RG 6, Surrey & Sussex QM Marriages Digest, or Digest of Marriages; Annual Monitor; GRO index|
|Children:||Persis (1821–1871), Hannah Louise (1822–1823), Priscilla (1822–1902), Phebe (1823–1829), George (1824 – after 1891), Phillis (1826–1826), Thomas (1827–1830), Isaac Diss (1830 – after 1881), Joseph (1831–1831)||William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard'; censuses|
|1821||left one ninth of her residuary estate by his aunt Hannah Pollard||PRO PROB 11/1646 Q.419|
|1824/1826||victualler, in Brighton, Sussex||Birth digest|
|1827||of Catherine St, Old St Road, Leonards, Middlesex||Digest of London & Middlesex Quaker Births: Index|
|1840||left £100 in father’s will||PROB 11/1951, quire 637|
|1841||labourer, of Frederick Street, Brighton, living with wife and son||PRO HO 107/1121/7 f32 p22|
|1848-03-21||grocer of Brighton; d. at 57 Frederick Street, Brighton, of asthma and disease of kidneys||William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard'; death certificate; The British Friend; The Friend VI.64:76, Apr 1848|
|1794-02-20||b. Horsham, Sussex||
TNA PRO RG 6/609, /846, /1644; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard', Ms book at West Sussex RO; East Sussex RO 59/4; Surrey Record Centre 6189 Box 6
|1808-08-10||certificate of removal to Buckingham; "bound apprentice to John Southam a member of yours."||SRC 6189 Box 6|
|1820-05-02||surgeon of Blackfriars Road, Surrey; m.1. Maria Lamb (1787–1824, widowed daughter of John and Elizabeth Batger, confectioner of Bishopsgate Street, City of London) at Houndsditch Friends' meeting house, London; signed||TNA: PRO RG 6/5, /7; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard'; William Evans and Thomas Evans, eds (1854) Piety Promoted, in a collection of dying sayings of many of the people called Quakers . . . Philadelphia|
|Child:||Anna Maria (1821–1822)||William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard'; National Burial Index (2004)|
|1821||surgeon, of Great Surrey St, Blackfriars Road, Christ Church, Surrey||Digest of London & Middlesex Quaker Births: Index|
|1821||left one ninth of her residuary estate by his aunt Hannah Pollard||PRO PROB 11/1646 Q.419|
|1824||of Great Surry Street||1825 Annual Monitor|
|1832||surgeon, of Great Surrey Street Blackfriars Road; named by James Pollard as a co-executor and trustee of his will||PROB 11/2138|
|1832-10-25||surgeon &c., of 59 Stamford Street, Blackfriars||Library of the Society of Friends Port. 31.76|
|1840||surgeon, of London; appointed co-executor in father’s will, and beneficiary of 1/6 of residual estate||PROB 11/1951, quire 637|
|1841||surgeon, resident in father’s household at Bishoprick, Horsham, with one female servant and an unidentified woman||PRO HO 107/1097/1 f26 p4|
|1841-09-21||as co-executor, proved father’s will in London, at Prerogative Court of Canterbury||PROB 11/1951, quire 637|
He was a skilful surgeon, in practice for more than forty years, and a devoted member of the Society and in all the trials of his long life he was upheld by his faith. A sense of his own unworthiness in public ministry often persuaded him to withhold more than was in right ordering and he was never recorded a minister.
|Dictionary of Quaker Biography|
|1842-07-20||removed to Horsham from Southwark; certificate dated 12 July, accepted 17 Aug 1842||SRC 6189/16|
|1842-11-02||to have one of the small pigs recently killed by James & Susanna||Susanna Pollard letter|
|1843-01-26||. . . ‘seems to have a sad cold’ . . .||James Pollard letter|
|1843-12-20||present at Monthly Meeting at Dorking||SRC 6189 Box 11|
|1844-04-09||represented Horsham at Quarterly Meeting at Brighton||ESRO SOF 20/4|
|1845-04-08||represented Horsham at Quarterly Meeting, and on the QM Committee on Accounts, at Brighton||ESRO SOF 20/4 & 23/1|
|1847||gentleman of Horsham; recorded as Neuter; Ms note says "removed"||Horsham poll book in Guildhall library|
|1847-04||of Horsham; distrained for "church rates so called"; demand £1-17-11, charges £2-11-6; 2 beds, bolsters & pillows taken, value £7/-/-, one bed returned||SRC 6189 Box 18; Great Book of Sufferings, Vol. 43|
Among the Albright friends and kindred were the Atkins of Chipping Norton. Sarah Paul once lived with Joseph Atkins [ . . . ] and through them made the acquaintance of Mary and Lydia Albright. When she afterwards lived with Sir John Easthope's family she knew Wm. Pollard and it was when Mary and Lydia Albright went to see her near London that Uncle William and Aunt Mary first met.
|Caroline Pumphrey (1990) Charlbury of Our Childhood. York: Sessions Book Trust, p. 31|
|1849-03-16||removal certificate for Witney, signed at Charlbury 11 June 1849||SRC 6189/203|
|1849-04-18||removed to Witney; certificate dated 16 May, accepted 11 June 1849||SRC 6189/15|
|1849-07-12||surgeon of Charlbury; m.2. Mary Albright (1803–76), at Charlbury Friends' meeting house, Chipping Norton, Oxford (Mary the daughter of William & Rachel Albright of Charlbury, Oxon)||marriage certificate; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard'; Annual Monitor 1879: 128-30; The Friend; The British Friend; Worcestershire Chronicle, 1849-07-18|
It was a furiously hot day and the first time that several of us children had been to Meeting, and the Meeting house naturally was packed. He was a retired London doctor, a little man who originally dressed all in drab, till Aunt Mary coaked him to change his drab coat for a brown one. He never left off his short drab trousers and white stockings with low shoes; or very broad brimmed drab beaver hat. In London he used to ride a velocipede and frightened a patient once by telling him he had left his steed in his garden, but he gave it up when Sir John Easthope gave him a pair of ponies and the funniest little pill-box of a brougham, and an open carriage too with just room for two children on the back seat.
|Pumphrey (1990), p. 31|
|resided at Charlbury from marriage to death||Annual Monitor 1879: 128-30|
|1851||surgeon not practising, resident in Charlbury, Oxon, with wife, niece and ward Catherine (Josiah’s daughter), and one house servant||HO107/1732 f113 p3|
|1851-08||acted as co-executor of James Pollard’s will||PROB 11/2138|
|1859-09-29||wrote to nephew William; had been visiting America, including staying with his brother Joseph||LSF Temp. Box 29/4|
. . . Uncle Pollard went to see his brother. We used to be much interested in on story of that family - how one cold winter's night a woman and a baby came to Mr. Pollard's door and asked if she might come in and warm the child while her husband drove on to the Post Office and came back for her. Leave was freely given. After a good while she began to wonder that her husband was not back. Would Mrs. Pollard mind holding the baby while she went to the garden gate to see if he was coming. Mrs. Pollard took the child and the woman went and, despite careful search, they heard of her no more. But they kept the child and brought her up as one of their own family.
While Uncle Pollard was away, Aunt Mary altered their house, pulling down the dark old stairs and putting up some nice new ones, and turning a little back parlour into a hall. She also added a tiny greenhouse for she loved her flowers and used to twine a cobea over an arch in one of the bow windows. Uncle Pollard too was fond of his garden and used up various old surgical instruments as garden tools. He was very successful with his fruit and vegetables. One night a man climbed into his pear tree to steal pears and fell down into Uncle Pollard's garden and hurt himself so badly he could not climb back over the wall. So he came to the back door and knocked at a very early hour; 'Mary, go and see who's there,' said Uncle Pollard to Mary Pulham and she went accordingly to be greeted with, 'Oh, my dear good woman, for pity's sake let me through and never say nothing to nobody about it'. It was Uncle Pollard who first gave Mary Pulham the title of doctor because when she took to homoeopathy and prescribing largely, while he did not discourage, he privately somewhat laughed at her practice.
Uncle Pollard used to complain of the wasteful way most people pared apples. Never did any man do it more neatly than he, with very thin paring and then cut up just into the segments of the core, which he flaked off with no waste. He once offered a niece, afterwards Mrs. Thomas Nicholls, to giver her as much silk for her wedding gown as she could pare yards of paring off an eight inch girth apple, without breaking the paring and she pared 13 yards. She had a little girl who used to visit Charlbury and who died in consequence of running a needle into her knee when playing on the floor a fact that made all the Aunts insist if ever we dropped a needle it must be found and picked up.
Once Uncle Pollard was found by a zealous gamekeeper trespassing in Dytchley Woods and the man threatened to report him. 'Thee go and tell Charles Dillon,' was the reply, that thee found William Pollard walking in Dytchley Woods and thee can tell him too that William Pollard will do it again whenever he has a mind to.' Like others of his family Charles Lord Dillon was sociable and once, when Uncle Pollard had taken a six year old niece as far as Dytchley Park on a hot summer day, insisted on taking them the round of the private gardens and greenhouses and they walked and they talked till the weary youngster alongside had made much ado to get home again, for Uncle Pollard never picked a child up and carried her like other Uncles did. Aunt Mary was his second wife, but he lost both wife and only child, a little girl, many years before.
Uncle Pollard was a great snuff-taker, and never had more than two meals a day—a cup of broth or bread and milk at 7 a.m. and dinners of very fat meat and nearly raw cabbage at 1 p.m. At one time he liked a cup of very strong tea at 5 p.m. but gave it up. He suffered dreadfully from gout. In some ways he was in advance of his day and great amazement was expressed by many that he really believed 'people might safely wash all over in cold water every morning, and sleep with their windows open, no matter how cold it was'. He was a good hand at charming warts. One of the small nieces had a tiresome wart pushing out her thumb nail. Grave seniors counselled burning it away with caustic, which made the timid youngster shake in her shoes. 'I know something much better than that,' said the pitiful doctor, and he seized her hand, rubbed the wart round in some queer fashion—was it three times this way and three times that, and across and across?—repeating some rigmarole in Latin probably, and then he tossed her hand over her left shoulder and bad her think no more about it for she would soon see it no more for ever. 'Fudge!' thought the child, 'as if that could do any good!' But was it a charm? Did doctors use charms? Were charms wicked? Ought Friends to charm? But queer and interesting though it was there were plenty of things more so and she soon forgot all about it, till someone asked her some days after, 'Let me look at that wart, Caroline. Why! it's gone!!'
|Pumphrey (1990), pp. 31-3|
|was very particular to have the cream put in his tea first||Pumphrey (1990), p. 33|
|"We used to play chess with Uncle Pollard" . . .||Pumphrey (1990), p. 71|
|"Uncle Pollard used to have visits from Mr. Vardy, one of his London friends, and his son Sam, a singularly small lad for his age, whom his ambitious father wished to make a great doctor."||Pumphrey (1990), p. 72|
|1861||retired surgeon, of Church St, Charlbury, living with a servant and a general servant||RG 9/909 f25 p8|
|1871||retired surgeon, living with three nephews and two domestic servants in Church Street, Charlbury||RG 10/1455 f31 p19|
|1877-05-24||gentleman of Charlbury; made will; left sundry amounts to various nephews and nieces, but not to any of James’s children; nephew Thomas Nickalls of Ashford one of the executors||will|
|1878-01-09||d. Church Street, Charlbury, in his 84th year||William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard'; Annual Monitor 1879: 128-30; Probate index; GRO index; The Friend NS XVIII.Feb:46, The British Friend:48; Oxford Journal, 1878-01-12|
|1878-02-20||late of Charlbury, gentleman; will proved at Principal Registry by Thomas Nickalls of Ashford, Kent, & William Searle of Chadlington, Oxon, farmer, the executors. Effects under £8000. Beneficiaries: nephews Samuel and Richard Treadwell, nephew Isaac Diss Pollard, the children of his brother Theophilus by his second marriage, his nieces Priscilla Pollard and Catherine Brown, and his sisters-in-law Hannah and Rachel Albright||Probate index & will|
|Friends’ House Library has his testimony to Maria Pollard, quoting her reminiscences.||LSF Port 31.73|
Annual Monitor obituary:
dear friend was well known more than forty years ago as a skilful
surgeon and medical practitioner in Stamford Street, Blackfriars Road,
London. It is believed that, whilst diligent in his profession, it was
his desire to be found fervent in spirit serving the Lord. This was
evidenced, not only by a watchful daily life, but also by his diligent
attendance of meetings, and his deep interest in the welfare of the
Church. It may indeed be said of him, that he feared the Lord from his
youth, and that he cherished a tender conscience ail his life long.
Annual Monitor 1879, pp. 128-130.
|1795-12-29||b. Horsham, Sussex||TNA: PRO RG 6/714, /846; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard', Ms book at West Sussex RO; East Sussex RO SOF 59/4; Surrey Record Centre 6189 Box 6|
|1808-01-13||attended Horsham monthly meeting at Horsham||SRC 6189 Box 6|
|1811-04-10||removed to within the compass of Dorking MM|
|1811-05-10||"now residing with William Swan" within the compass of yours’ (presumably Dorking’s, but not noted by me)|
|removed from Horsham to Dorking. "We believe him to be an innocent well-disposed lad."||SRC 6189/17 & 18|
|1813-03-10||Horsham received Dorking’s certificate dated 24 Feb|
|1813-12-08||removed to Lewes & Chichester MM||SRC 6189 Box 6|
|1814-03-09||returned from Lewes & Chichester, "it not being satisfactory"|
|1817-12-02||of Piddinghoe; distrained for tithes; 31 Qrs wheat & 3 Qrs barley seized||ESRO SOF 5/2 & 24/1|
|1817-12-11||of Piddinghoe; distrained for tithes; 6 fat beasts & 45 Qr Barley seized||ESRO SOF 24/1|
|1818-01-10||distrained for church rates; 3 Qrs 6 Bushels of oats seized|
|1818-04-07||represented Horsham at Quarterly Meeting at Brighton||ESRO SOF 20/2|
|1818-11-19||farmer, of Piddinghoe, Sussex; m.1. Ann Lidbetter (1789–1835, daughter of Thomas and Susanna Lidbetter of Lancing, Sussex, farmer), Brighthelmstone, Lewes & Chichester MM||PRO RG 6/698, /702; marriage digest; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard'; National Burial Index (2004)|
|1820||farmer, of Piddinghoe||daughter's birth note|
|Children with 1st wife:||Ann (1820–1892), Theophilus (1821–1906), Henry Llewellyn (1826–1907), David (1828–1828)||William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard'; censuses; information from Mark Hill; www.users.bigpond.com/rosskit/Friend's%20Cemetery%20Frame.htm, accessed 2005-10-25|
|1820-01-04||represented Horsham at Quarterly Meeting there||ESRO SOF 20/2|
|1821-04-03||represented Horsham at Quarterly Meeting at Brighton|
|1821-07-03||represented Horsham at Quarterly Meeting at Godalming|
|1821||left one ninth of her residuary estate by his aunt Hannah Pollard||PRO PROB 11/1646 Q.419|
|1823||brewer, of Brighthelmstone||Sussex Online Parish Clerks, accessed 2010-05-07|
|1824||brewer, of 18, 19 & 20 Bond-street, Brighton||John Baxter (1824) Stranger in Brighton and Directory|
|1825-11-01||brewer, of Bond-street, Brighton; declared insolvent||Berrow's Worcester Journal, 1825-11-03; The London Gazette|
|1825||disowned by Lewes & Chichester for failure to pay just debts||Oats index|
To Brewers and Others.
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION,
By Mr. RIDLEY,
On Friday, the 13th of January, 1826, and following day, on the Premises, Bond Street Brewery, Brighton, under a Commission of Bankruptcy.
THE genuine STOCK IN TRADE of MR. Theophilus Pollard, Brewer, in which is comprised upwards of 200 Hogsheads of fine old double X Ale and Porter; a very considerable number of seasoned Casks, (nearly new) of every size, from 6 gallons, upwards; a quantity of capital Stillion; 15 pockets of best Farnham and Sussex Hops; a Malt Mill; a number of Corn Sacks; an excellent Counting-house Desk, and various other Effects, the whole of which will be sold without the least reserve.
The sale to commence each day at Eleven o'clock.
Catalogues to be had one day prior to the sale, on the Premises; and of the AUCTIONEER, 131, North Street, Brighton.
|Sussex Advertiser, 1826-01-09|
|1826-02||son Henry Llewellyn registered in Sussex & Surrey QM||Dictionary of Quaker Biography|
THE Creditors who have proved their debuts under a Commission of Bankrupt awarded and issued forth against Theophilus Pollard, late of Bond-Street, Dealer and Chapman, are desired to meet the Assignees of the estate and effects of the said Bankrupt, on Thursday the 27th day of April instant, at Twelve o'Clock at Noon precisely, at the New Inn, in Brighton aforesaid, to assent to or dissent from the said Assignees entering into such arrangements with the British Annuity Company as they may think proper, concerning a certain annuity alleged to have been granted by the said Bankrupt to the said Company; and also to assent to or dissent from the said Assignees commencing, prosecuting and defending any suit or suits at law, or in equity, for the recovery, getting in, defending or protecting any part of the estate and effects of the said Bankrupt, or in anywise relating thereto; and also to assent to or dissent from the said Assignees making such allowance to the said Bankrupt as they shall think reasonable, and giving to the said Bankrupt any and what part of his furniture; and also to assent to or dissent from the appointment of a banker to the estate of the said Bankrupt, in the place or stead of the bankers formerly appointed by the Creditors; and any other special affairs.
WHereas the acting Commissioners in a Commission of Bankrupt awarded and issued forth against Theophilus Pollard, of Brighthelmstone, in the County of Sussex, Brewer, Dealer and Chapman, have certified to the Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, that the said Theop[h]ilus Pollard hath in all things conformed himself according to the directions of the Act of Parliament made concerning Bankrupts: This is to give notice, that, by virtue of an Act of Parliament, made and passed in the Sixth Year of the Reign of His present Majesty King George the Fourth, his Certificate will be allowed and confirmed as the said Act directs, unless cause be shewn to the contrary on or before the 22d day of April instant.
|The London Gazette|
THE Commissioners in a Commission of Bankrupt, bearing date the 7th of November 1825, awarded and issued forth against Theophilus Pollard, of Brighthelston, in the County of Sussex, Brewer, Dealer and Chapman, intend to meet on the 19th day of June next, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon, at the New Inn, in Brighthelston aforesaid, in order to Audit the Accounts of the Assignees of the estate and effects of the said Bankrupt under the said Commission.
|The London Gazette|
THE Commissioners in a Commission of Bankrupt, bearing date the 7th day of November 1825, awarded and issued forth against Theophilus Pollard, of Brighthelmston, in the County of Sussex, Brewer, Dealer and Chapman, intend to meet on the 2d day of February next, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon, at the New Inn, in Brighthelmston aforesaid, in order to make a Dividend of the estate and effects of the said Bankrupt; when and where the Creditors, who have not already proved their debts, are to come prepared to prove the same, or they will be excluded the benefit of the said Dividend. And all claims not then proved will be disallowed.
|The London Gazette|
|1826-04-22||of Brighthelmstone, Sussex, brewer; certificate in the London Gazette||Morning Chronicle, 1826-04-03|
|1828||son David registered in London & Middlesex QM||DQB|
|1828-03-06||Ann Pollard, daughter Ann and sons Theophilus & Henry transferred membership to Southwark MM||Oats index|
|1828-04-04||resident of Whitechapel Road, London||Essex RO D/Q 49/D1/a2|
|1830-11-03||resident of Mile End, London||ERO D/Q 49/D1/a2|
THE Commissioners in a Renewed Commission of Bankrupt, bearing date the 14th day of April 131, awarded and issued forth against Theophilus Pollard, of Brighthelmston, in the County of Sussex, Brewer, Dealer and Chapman, intend to meet (by adjournment) on the 17th day of June next, at Eleven of the Clock in the Forenoon, at the King and Queen Inn, in Brighhelmston aforesaid, in order to Audit the Accounts of the Assignees of the estate and effects of the said Bankrupt under the said Commission, pursuant to an Act of Parliament, made and passed in the sixth year of the reign of His late Majesty King George the Fourth, intituled "An Act to amend the laws relating to Bankrupts;" and the said Commissioners also intend to meet on the same day, at the same hour, at the same place, in order to make a Final Dividend of the estate and effects of the said Bankrupt; when and where the Creditors, who have not already proved their debts, are to come prepared to prove the same, or they will be excluded the benefit of the said Dividend. And all claims not then proved will be disallowed.
|The London Gazette|
|1831-12-26||dairyman; admitted his wife to The Retreat, at 4s. a week, suffering from melancholy (religious), 1st attack five months ago, apparently hereditary and constitutional,||admission register, The Retreat|
|1832-06-03||successor appointed to Theophilus as gravedigger at Whitechapel burial ground||Oats index|
|1832-10-25||a place provided for his children with Elizabeth Batger||Library of the Society of Friends Port. 31.76|
|before 1839 (presumably before 1833)||of Paddington, Middlesex||daughter's marriage certificate|
|1833-03-08||arrived in Hobart with daughter Ann||Oats index|
|1833-09-20||attender at Hobart Regional Meeting||Records of Hobart Regional Meeting|
|1834-03-15||admitted to membership in Hobart, Van Diemen's Land, even though not re-admitted by English MM. "Having made full acknowledgement to his m.m. of his delinquencies."||Oats index|
|1834-04-04||applied for membership of Hobart Regional Meeting||Records of Hobart Regional Meeting|
|1834-04-24||(JB to his sister Sarah): TP declared to JB that his reason for migrating was to escape from the toils of a woman who was endeavouring to get him to go to America with her. He therefore employed someone to occupy her attention while he made good his escape to Australia.||Oats index|
|1834-04-25||(JB to his mother:) TP an "improving character." Asks his mother to find out if his wife’s health is improving in the Retreat. "If she recovers I should strongly recommend her coming out to him."||Oats index|
|1834-05-05||accepted as a member of Hobart Regional Meeting||Records of Hobart Regional Meeting|
|1834-10-25||with others, reported to Hobart Town Monthly Meeting, held at Kelvedon, Great Swanport on 6 Nov 1834, on the application for membership of W. Nicholas||www.easycms.com.au/?q=node/216, accessed 2008-10-02|
|1835-01-01||with Thomas Squire, appointed by Hobart Town Monthly Meeting to enquire into the clearness to marry of William Nichollias and Isabella Rayner||www.easycms.com.au/?q=node/216, accessed 2008-10-02|
|1835-01-19||Pollard and Squire wrote report on clearness, presented to Hobart Town Monthly Meeting on 29 Jan 1835||www.easycms.com.au/?q=node/216, accessed 2008-10-02|
|1835-01-29||marriage solemnized in the parish of Trinity, Buckingham county, Van Diemen's Land. "Theophilus Pollard of this parish, widower, and Elizabeth Francis Warren, spinster, were married in this church by licence with the consent of both".||Oats index; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard' gives bride's surname as Price; Australia Marriage Index, 1788-1950|
|1835-03-12||item deferred at Hobart Regional Meeting||Records of Hobart Regional Meeting|
|1835-04-23||George Washington Walker wrote:
This is indeed very trying and will shake the very foundations of those in profession with us in V.D.L. He has a wife in England, and J.B.’s letter mentions her health as somewhat improved. She is still a patient at the Retreat.
|1835-05-01||disowned by Hobart Regional Meeting||Records of Hobart Regional Meeting|
|1835-12-02||mentioned in minutes of Hobart Regional Meeting|
|1831/1836||letter book of George Washington Walker includes his concerns about the extra marital affair of Theophilus Pollard, with a letter of advice to Pollard's daughter Ann.||archives of the University of Tasmania|
|1835-04-24||1st wife Ann—described as late of London—died at the Retreat, York, in "much the same" state as at her admission; cause of death [two illeg. words, then] "Tubercles in lung & cerebellum &c"||TNA: PRO RG 6/414, /882, /1126; admission register, The Retreat; Oats index; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard'|
|1835-05-21||disowned by Hobart MM for M[arrying] O[ut]||Oats index|
|1835||owned 17/18 Bond Street, Brighton, which was used as a brewery; became a bankrupt||www.mybrightonandhove.org.uk/page_id__5392.aspx, accessed 2008-09-09|
|1835||went to Sydney under the name of Booth. JB: "further turpitude"||Oats index|
|Children with 2nd wife:||Henry Cook Price (1836 – after 1865), Sylvanus Cornelius (1838–1913), Stephen (1840–41), William (1841–42), Frances Elizabeth (1843 – after 1862), Robert George (1846–1906), Nathanael (1848–1900), Jno Johnson Warren (1852–54), Andrew Warren (1857 – ?)||William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard'; source for death date of Robert George misplaced; www.tasmaniangenealogy.com.au/Jennie's Genealogy/russell.html, accessed 2008-10-02; Australia Death Index, 1787-1985|
|1837-07-29||lease 100 acres for 10 years, "Stream Hill, West Dapto, Wollongong, New South Wales; Michael Sheaffe to Theophilus Pollard"; described in Land Grant as Illawara, in Camden county||Wollongong University Archives; Land Grant|
WE, the undersigned, have this day dissolved Partnership by mutual consent, Theophilus Pollard paying and receiving all Debts.
Stockwood Farm, Illawarra, 29th September, 1838.
|The Sydney Herald, 1838-10-03|
|1839||of Port Phillip, New South Wales||daughter's marriage certificate|
|1840||left 1s. in father’s will||PROB 11/1951, quire 637|
|1841||living with family in Bourke, Port Phillip, New South Wales||1841 New South Wales, Australia, Census|
|1844-12-03||applied to Hobart for reinstatement; refused||Oats index|
William Trivett, indicted for having stolen at Kissing Point, on the 16th March, 1847, a joint of wood, the property of one Theophilus Pollard.—Acquitted.
|The Sydney Morning Herald, 1847-04-09|
|1856-07-03||applied for membership of Hobart Regional Meeting||Records of Hobart Regional Meeting|
|1856||grocer, of Madeline street, Melbourne; qualified to vote from his dwelling house there||electoral roll|
|1856-08-08||an elector of Melbourne; one of many signatories to an open letter to Henry Langlands, urging him to accept nomination for a seat in the Legislative Assembly of Victoria||The Age (Melbourne), 1856-08-08|
|1856-08-18||an elector of the Central Province; one of many signatories to an open letter to Nehemiah Guthridge, urging him to accept nomination for a seat in the Upper House||The Argus, Melbourne, 1856-08-18|
|1856-12-04||further application to Hobart||Oats index|
|1858-01-07 & 1858-02-04||refused admission by Hobart Regional Meeting||Records of Hobart Regional Meeting|
|1858-03-21||Hobart refused||Oats index|
|1860-05-02||admitted to membership by Melbourne, "his span of life remaining necessarily short." Hobart concurred.|
|1868-10-01||membership transferred||Records of Hobart Regional Meeting|
|1869-06-20||to Melbourne||Oats index|
|1872-02-07||to Hobart; membership transferred||Oats index; Records of Hobart Regional Meeting|
|1872-05-03||formerly of Melbourne, d. at his residence, Murray street, Hobart Town, Tasmania, in his 76th year||William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard'; Oats index; The Friend NS XII.Sept:221, The British Friend Sept:236; Australia Death Index, 1787-1985; The Argus (Melbourne), 1872-05-09|
|bur. Hobart West (Quaker) cemetery||Australia Cemetery Index, 1808-2007|
|1872-06-05||recorded by Hobart Regional Meeting as died or buried||Records of Hobart Regional Meeting|
|1797-11-09||b. Horsham, Sussex||TNA: PRO RG 6/714, /1134; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard', Ms book at West Sussex RO; East Sussex RO SOF 59/4; Surrey Record Centre 6189 Box 6|
|1809/1811||attended Ackworth School|
|at 11½ spelling "middling", reading "tolerable", arithmetic "none", and grammar "none"; exited 24th June 1811: spelling "well", reading "very well", "interested" in arithmetic, "Good progress" in grammar||West Yorkshire Archive Service C678, Ackworth School archives, 11/5/1|
|1811||made a sampler, while at Ackworth:
|1817-04-09||removed to compass of Southwark MM||SRC 6189 Box 9|
|1817-06-10||Horsham received certificate from Southwark dated 16 May||SRC 6189/17 & 18|
|1819-06-15||returned from Southwark|
|1819-10-05||represented Horsham at Women’s Quarterly Meeting there||ESRO SOF 22/1|
|1820-01-05||attended Women’s monthly meeting at Horsham||SRC 6189 Box 8|
|1820-06-14||attended Women’s monthly meeting at Capel|
|1821-01-02||represented Horsham at Women’s Quarterly Meeting there||ESRO SOF 22/1|
|1821||left wearing apparel, and one ninth of her residuary estate, by her aunt Hannah Pollard||PRO PROB 11/1646 Q.419|
|1822-06-12||attended Women’s monthly meeting at Capel||SRC 6189 Box 8|
|1823-0-07||appointed by Women’s Quarterly Meeting, with another, to attend the next examination of the children at the Friends’ School in Islington Road; she carried this out alone||ESRO SOF 22/2|
|1823-01-08||attended Women’s monthly meeting at Capel||SRC 6189 Box 8|
|1823-06-11 & 1823-07-09||notice of marriage with William Treadwell||SRC 6189 Box 8 & 9|
|1823-07-11||represented Horsham at Women’s Quarterly Meeting at Godalming||ESRO SOF 22/2|
|1823-08-21||m. William Treadwell (cal 1799–1870, cheesemonger &c. of Kensington, son of the late John Treadwell of Burford, Oxfordshire, miller, and Elizabeth (Norton) his wife), at Horsham||RG 6/698, RG 6/700; censuses; GRO index; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard'|
|Children:||William (1824–1889), John (1826–1889), Samuel (1828–1885), Richard (1830–1899), Martha (1832–1835), Mary Ann (1834–1836), Maria (1835–1922), Martha Ann (1837–1912), Catherine Elizabeth (1839–1841)||William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard'; censuses; FreeBMD; 1891 Annual Monitor; South African Settlers; death notice—email attachment from Shayne van Rensburg, 2011-11-08|
|1835||daughter Maria born in London||PRO HO 107/1723 f412v|
|1840-09-09||William Treadwell lessee of house and premises in High Street Kensington, property of Samuel Pollard||PROB 11/1951, quire 637|
|1841||of Dover Road, Newington, Lambeth, living with family and a servant||HO 107/1065/1 f34 p12|
|1851||with her daughter, visiting her sister Mary Ann Hayllar at Silver Street, Newport Pagnall, Buckinghamshire||HO 107/1723 f412 p31|
|1861||visitor with Ann Woolston, farmer's wife, at Farm House, 19 Upper St, Great Doddington, Northamptonshire||PRO RG 9/954 f90 p5|
|1871||of Frederick Villas, 5 Frederick Place, Cold Harbor Lane, St Mary Lambeth, Surrey, living with son's family and two domestic servants||PRO RG 10/687 f32 p56|
|1879-02-17||of Stoke Newington; d.||Annual Monitor; GRO index [Q1 Hackney 1b 322]|
|1879-02-22||of 42 Sandbrook road, Stoke Newington; bur. Stoke Newington fbg||burial register|
|carte de visite reproduced with permission of the Religious Society of Friends in Britain|
|1799-07-01||b. Horsham||TNA: PRO RG 6/714, /1134; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard', Ms book at West Sussex RO; East Sussex RO SOF 59/4|
|1809/1811||attended Ackworth School||List of the Boys and Girls admitted into Ackworth School 1779–1879. (1879) Ackworth School Centenary Committee, Ackworth|
|at 9¾ spelling "pretty good", reading "middling", arithmetic & grammar "none"; exited 28th June 1813: spelling "well", reading "pretty well", arithmetic "promis(?)", grammar "1st class", remarks "Good progress"||West Yorkshire Archive Service C678, Ackworth School archives, 11/5/1|
|1814-04-13||removed to Albans as an apprentice||Surrey Record Centre 6189 Box 6|
|1820-10-06||returned from Albans to Horsham||SRC 6189/17 & 18|
|1820-11-08||removed to Albans||SRC 6189 Box 9|
|1821||left one ninth of residuary estate by aunt Hannah Pollard||PRO PROB 11/1646 Q.419|
|1821-08-08||removed to Reading & Warborough||SRC 6189 Box 9|
|1821-08-21||reading acknowledge receipt of certificate from Horsham dated 8 Aug||SRC 6189/17 & 18|
|1823-03-27||brewer of Kensington; m. Emma Whiting (1799–1878, daughter of late Thomas and Mary Whiting, umbrella maker of Reading), at Reading meeting; signed||RG 6/5, /7; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard'; censuses; Edward H. Milligan (2007) Biographical Dictionary of British Quakers in Commerce and Industry 1775–1920, York: Sessions Book Trust; GRO index|
|Children:||Silvanus John (1824–1857), Edward Henry (1825–1902), Alfred Whiting (1827–1903), William (1829–1829), Emma Maria (1830–1835), Arthur William (1832–1833), Ellen (1835–1914), Lucy Ann (1837–1839)||William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard'; Annual Monitor; Edward H. Milligan (2007); information from Helen McNamara|
|1824 & 1825||umbrella maker, of Penton Row, Walworth, Mary Newington, Surrey||Digest of London & Middlesex Quaker Births: Index|
|1825-11-01||umbrella maker, of Penton-row, Walworth-road, Surrey; declared insolvent||Berrow's Worcester Journal, 1825-11-03; The London Gazette|
|1825-11-08||of Walworth-road, umbrella maker; listed as bankrupt, in the Gazette||Oxford Journal, 1825-11-12|
|1826-03-21||umbrella maker, dealer, and chapman, of Penton-Row, Walworth-Road, Surrey; notice of meeting to be held on 1 April, in order to receive the proof of a single debt under the Commission of Bankrupt, viz a debt of Mr John Morland||The London Gazette, 1826-03-21|
|1826-04-08||notice given by the bankruptcy commissioners that "John Pollard hath in all things conformed himself according to the directions of the Act of Parliament made concerning Bankrupts", and that his certificate will be allowed and confirmed unless cause be shown to the contrary before 29 April||The London Gazette, 1826-04-08|
|1827, 1829, 1830||accountant, of Wiltshire Place, Hoxton, Shoreditch, Middlesex||Digest of London & Middlesex Quaker Births: Index|
|1832||accountant, of 177 Hoxton Old Town, Shoreditch, Middlesex||Digest of London & Middlesex Quaker Births: Index|
|1835, 1837||umbrella maker, of 18 City Road, Finsbury Square, Lukes, London|
|1837-10-04||umbrella maker; d. of brain fever; at 18 City Road, Finsbury St Luke, Middlesex||William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard'; death certificate|
|1801-04-29||b. Horsham||TNA: PRO RG 6/714, /1134; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard', Ms book at West Sussex RO;|
|1811/1815||attended Ackworth School||List of the Boys and Girls admitted into Ackworth School 1779–1879. (1879) Ackworth School Centenary Committee, Ackworth|
|at 10½ spelling "middling", reading "poor", arithmetic & grammar "none"; exited 26th June 1815: spelling "middling", arithmetic "rule of three", grammar "2nd class"||West Yorkshire Archive Service C678, Ackworth School archives, 11/5/1|
|1817-01-08||removed to compass of Gracechurch Street||SRC 6189 Box 9|
|1817-03-05||Horsham received certificate from Gracechurch Street dated 12 Feb||SRC 6189/17 & 18|
|1821||left one ninth of residuary estate by his aunt Hannah Pollard||PRO PROB 11/1646 Q.419|
|1824-01-15||acknowledgement from Hull of certificate from Westminster dated 11 Dec 1823||SRC 6189/17 & 18|
|1833-02-21||grocer of Halifax; m.1. Mary Kitching (1799–1843, daughter of George and Hannah Kitching of Hull), at Kingston-upon-Hull Town Hall Friends' meeting; signed||RG 6/786, /866; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard'; censuses; Leeds Mercury, 1833-02-23; information from Bob Kunz; GRO index|
|Children with 1st wife:||George (1834–1918), Catherine (1836–1916), Sarah (1839–1844)||William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard'; censuses; Annual Monitor; information from Bob Kunz|
|1841||draper, of Kirkgate, Wakefield, Yorkshire, living with family, a shop boy, and a female servant||PRO HO 107/1272/1 f37 p23|
|1845-03-19||m.2. Rebecca Haight (? – 1864, b. United States), Canada West||William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard'; 1861 Census of Canada|
Read and accepted a removal certificate in favor of Joseph Pollard and his daughter Catherine, from Pontefract Monthly Meeting Great Britain dated 21st of 10th Month 1844. The clerk is directed to forward the necessary information of the reception of the above to friends of said Monthly Meeting.
|Minutes of Norwich Monthly Meeting, Ontario|
|1861||farmer, Frd or Quaker, living with family in North Norwich, Oxford County, Canada West||1861 Census of Canada|
|1873-10-13||d. "At his residence in North Norwich, Ontario,
Canada, Joseph Pollard, formerly of Yorkshire, England, in his 73rd
year. "His end was peace.""
yeoman; Friend; d. of albumen urea & protracted sickness; death registered in Oxford district, North Norwich division, Ontario, Canada
|William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard'; The Friend NS XIII.Dec:345, The British Friend Dec:329|
|carte de visite reproduced with permission of the Religious Society of Friends in Britain|
|1803-06-10||b. Horsham, Sussex||TNA: PRO RG 6/714, /1134;William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard', Ms book at West Sussex RO;|
|1821||left one ninth of residuary estate by his aunt Hannah Pollard||PROB 11/1646 Q.419|
|1821-11-16||Lewes & Chichester acknowledge receipt of certificate from Horsham dated 3 Oct||Surrey Record Centre 6189/17 & 18|
|1822-12-20||returned to Horsham||SRC 6189/17 & 18|
|1833-01-12||of London; "sometimes assisted as farmer"; admitted to The Retreat by his brothers, @ a guinea per week; dementia v. gradually coming on, 4 years, with hemiplegia of left side; epilepsy since 6 months of age||admission register, The Retreat|
|1841||no occupation, of the Friends’ Retreat, Gate Fulford, Yorkshire||PRO HO 107/1227/8 p45|
|1844-03-13||farmer’s son; d. Retreat, Gate Fulford, Walmgate, York, of exhaustion after epilepsy from infancy & succeeding to high gangrene of the leg, congestion & oedema of lungs. PM (Insane 15 years); "had become perfectly fatuous"||William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard'; death certificate; SRC 6189/168; admission register, The Retreat; The British Friend; The Friend; Annual Monitor|
|1844-03-19||farmer, formerly of Horsham; bur. Friends’ burial ground at Fulford near York||SRC 6189/168|
|1805-05-29||b. Horsham, Sussex||TNA: PRO RG 6/714, /1134;William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard', Ms book, and Quaker birth note, both at West Sussex RO|
|1821||left wearing apparel, and one ninth of her residuary estate, by her aunt Hannah Pollard||PRO PROB 11/1646 Q.419|
|1823-04-16||attended Women’s monthly meeting at Capel||Surrey Record Centre 6189 Box 8|
|1824-04-14||attended Women’s monthly meeting at Capel||SRC 6189 Box 8|
|1825-01-15||attended Women’s monthly meeting at Horsham|
|1825-05-11||attended Women’s monthly meeting at Ifield|
|1825-07-13||attended Women’s monthly meeting at Capel|
|1825-10-15||attended Women’s monthly meeting at Horsham|
|1825-12-14||attended Women’s monthly meeting at Dorking|
|1826-01-13||represented Horsham at Women’s Quarterly Meeting there||East Sussex RO SOF 22/2|
|1826-06-14||attended Women’s monthly meeting at Capel||SRC 6189 Box 8|
|1826-10-14||attended Women’s monthly meeting at Horsham|
|1826-11-08||attended Women’s monthly meeting at Reigate|
|1827-03-14||attended Women’s monthly meeting at Dorking|
|1828||witness at birth of nephew William Pollard||Quaker birth note at WSRO|
|1828-07-11||represented Horsham at Women’s Quarterly Meeting at Guildford||ESRO SOF 22/2|
|1829-07-08||attended Women’s monthly meeting at Capel||SRC 6189 Box 8|
|1830-05-12||attended Women’s monthly meeting at Ifield|
|1830-10-01||represented Horsham at Women’s Quarterly Meeting there||ESRO SOF 22/2|
|1830-10-02||attended Women’s monthly meeting at Horsham||SRC 6189 Box 8|
|1831-01-12 & -22||notice of marriage with Robert Hayllar||SRC 6189 Boxes 8 & 9|
|1831-02-24||m. Robert Hayllar, (1804–1843, grocer of Newport Pagnell, son of Thos Hayllar of Southwark, Surrey, shopkeeper, and Anna Maria his wife), at Horsham Friends' meeting house||RG 6/698, RG 6/700; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard'; Annual Monitor; marriage digest|
|Children:||Robert Thomas (1832–1914), Samuel (1833–1888), William Josiah (1835–1866), Benjamin (1837–1917), Alfred (1839–1840), Edward (1841–1884), Lucy Ann (1843–1867)||William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard'; Annual Monitor; censuses; GRO index|
|1841||living with husband (a grocer) in St John St, Newport Pagnell, with three sons, all born in Buckinghamshire||PRO HO 107/58/5 f18 p30|
|1842-06-14||husband made codicil to his will, leaving property in Newport Pagnell to her||will|
|1843||daughter Lucy Ann b. in Newport Pagnell||HO 107/1723 f412 p31|
|1851||formerly grocer &c., living in Silver Street, Newport Pagnell, with daughter Lucy, sister Martha Treadwell and niece Maria Treadwell|
|1861||school mistress, living in Silver Street, Newport Pagnell, with daughter Lucy and son Benjamin||PRO RG 9/873 f61 p26|
|1864-10-26||of Sheffield, widow. Made will. Left property in Newport Pagnell, inherited from husband, all to be sold and divided between children (all still surviving, except Alfred)||will|
|1865-05-16||of Sheffield; d. there||William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard'; will; National Probate Calendar; Sheffield Daily Telegraph, 1865-05-20; 1866 Annual Monitor|
|1865-06-19||will proved at Wakefield by Robert Thomas Hayllar, poulterer & cheesemonger of 80 Southampton-row, Bloomsbury, Middlesex, son, and the affirmations of Richard Hayllar, grocer of Newport Pagnell, and William Chantler, chemist of Newport Pagnell; effects under £100||National Probate Calendar|
VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY,
NEWPORT PAGNELL, Bucks.
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION,
By JOSEPH REDDEN,
At the ANCHOR HOTEL, NEWPORT PAGNELL, on THURSDAY, the 5TH of OCTOBER, 1865, at Six o'clock in the evening, (by order of the Devisees under the Wills of ROBERT and MARY ANN HAYLLAR, deceased), subject to conditions to be then and there produced, and in the undermentioned lots:—
Lot. 1. ALL those TWO FREEHOLD COTTAGES or Tenements, with the appurtenances, situate in SILVER-STREET, NEWPORT PAGNELL, in the several occupations of John Leverett and Henry Robinson, at weekly rents amounting to £7 11s. 8d. per annum.
Lot 2. All that FREEHOLD MESSUAGE or Dwelling house and SHOP, with the yard and appurtenances, in SILVER-STREET aforesaid, in the occupation of Mr. John Moore, at a monthly rent amounting to £8 per annum. The house comprises shop, parlour, kitchen, and room over, and three bedrooms.
Lot 3. All that FREEHOLD HOUSE and SHOP, with the appurtenances, situate in ST. JOHN-STREET, NEWPORT PAGNELL, in the occupation of Mr. Thomas Mills, Greengrocer.
And also all that newly-erected and substantial FREEHOLD MESSUAGE, with the buildings, ground, and appurtenances, adjoining the last described premises, in St. JOHN-STREET aforesaid, as now in the occupation of Mr. Richard Hayllar, Grocer and Confectioner.
These premises are in a commanding situation for business, and comprise lofty and commodious shop, parlour, kitchen, and out-offices, capital cellar, warehouses, bakehouse, yard, with pump and well of water, garden, &c. The upper part of the house contains sitting-room with projecting window, three capital bedrooms, and two attics.
Lot 4. TEN SHARES in the NEWPORT PAGNELL GAS and COKE COMPANY.
To view the freehold property, apply to the several tenants, and for further particulars to Mr. Cooch, Solicitor, or to the Auctioneer, Newport Pagnell.
|Northampton Mercury, 1865-09-23|
|1807-05-15||b. Horsham, Sussex||TNA: PRO RG 6/714, /1134; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard', Ms book, at West Sussex RO; Surrey Record Centre 6189 Box 6|
|1821||left one ninth of her residuary estate by his aunt Hannah Pollard||PRO PROB 11/1646 Q.419|
|1822-07-10||removed to compass of Northampton||SRC 6189 Box 9|
|1822-10-14||Northampton acknowledge certificate dated 11 Sept 1822||SRC 6189/17 & 18|
|1828-10-11||of Newington, Surrey; marriage licence issued||Cambridge Marriage Licences|
|1828-10-12||of Newington, Surrey; m. Mary Marriott (c. 1807–1842, of Northampton, d. of William Marriott, silversmith), at Cambridge, Holy Sepulchre, by the Rev. Lawrence Stephenson||William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard'; Northampton Mercury, 1828-10-18; Leicester Journal, 1828-10-24; Cambridge Marriage Licences; information from Diana Still|
|Children:||Samuel (1829–1881), William Josiah (1831–1922), Catherine (1834–1918)||William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard'; RG14PN25897 RG78PN1499 RD489 SD1 ED8 SN141; FreeBMD; information from Diana Still|
|1829||brazier, of Tottenham, Tottenham, Middlesex||Digest of London & Middlesex Quaker Births: Index|
|1831||tinman and brazier, of Tottenham|
|1834||milkman, of Wellington St, Waterloo Town, Matthew, Bethnal Green, London; daughter Catherine b. 17 Wellington St||Digest of London & Middlesex Quaker Births: Index; PRO HO 107/1732 f113v|
|1834-06-11||of Whitechapel, London; d.||RG 6/208, /1061; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard'|
|1834-06-15||bur. Olney fbg, Buckinghamshire; not a member||RG 6/208, /1061|
|1840||children provided for in father’s will||PROB 11/1951, quire 637|
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