Children of Andrew and Sarah Pollard

01. Sarah Pollard

1838-02-26 b. Newington, Surrey censuses; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard', Ms book at West Sussex RO
1841 not found in census  
1851 scholar, living with family at 3 Holtham Place, Lambeth, Surrey TNA: HO 107/1581 [folio and page numbers illegible]
1861 schoolmistress, of Glanynot Cottage, Swansea Higher TNA: RG 9/4100 f58 p16
1863-04-02 m. Benjamin Howell (1826–1898, b. Rudbaxton, Pembrokeshire, Wales, s. of Thomas Howells, farmer, and his wife Elizabeth), at Pembroke, Wales censuses; GRO index; Rudbaxton parish register; gedcom from Mark & Glenys Hill, 2005
Children: William Pollard (1869–1945), Arthur Lewis (1871–1957), Herbert Edward (1882–1958) censuses; GRO index
1871 living with her family and her mother at Bishwell Cottage, Loughor, Glamorgan, Wales RG 10/5464 f6 p1
1881 living with her family and one servant in Gower Road, Loughor, Glamorgan RG 11/5370 f27 p46
1891 living with her husband, her niece, and her aunt, at the Post Office, Longhoi, Glamorgan RG 12/4491 f11 p16
1901 living with her son in a 4-roomed flat at 65 St Pauls Road, Tottenham, Middlesex RG 13/1247 f79 p22
1911 boarder with Henry Major Morris, sign-writer, and his wife, at 49 Baronet Road, Tottenham; 7 rooms RG14PN7318 RG78PN356 RD132 SD4 ED9 SN56
1912 Q4 d. Edmonton RD GRO index


02. Andrew Pollard

1839-04-05 b. Lambeth, Surrey GRO index; censuses; Annual Monitor; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard', Ms book at West Sussex RO
1841 living with his family and a servant in Lower Marsh, St Mary Lambeth, Surrey TNA: HO 107/1061/6 f22 p1
1851 scholar, living with his family at 3 Holtham Place, St Giles Camberwell, London TNA: HO 107/1581 [folio and page numbers illegible]
1861 shopman in oil and color shop, of 10 Church St, Hackney, London, one of two shopmen in the household of Harriett Frost, proprietor of houses, together with a servant TNA: RG 9/159 f39 p2
1865-10-04 of 16 Clinton Road, Bow Road, London; m. Alice Elizabeth Grimes (1836–1918, d. of Thomas and Phoebe Grimes), at Hampthill censuses; RG 6/28; The Friend; National Probate Calendar
Children: Ernest Andrew (1866–1936), Thomas Henry (1867–1951), Charles Hubert (1869–1954), Alice Louisa (1871–1939), Ellen Gertrude (1872–1873), Albert (1875–1956), Clara Beatrice (1876–1879) The Friend; The British Friend; Annual Monitor; GRO index; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard'; Ackworth Old Scholars' Association Annual Reports 1930, 1951, 1953; National Probate Calendar
1871 commercial traveller, oil and color trade, living with his family and a general servant at 7 Melrose Terr., Tottenham, Middlesex RG 10/1338 f14 p19
1875/1878 living with his brother Henry at Summerhill-road, West-green, Tottenham; qualified to vote by occupation of a house there electoral registers
1879 of Summerhill-road, West-green, Tottenham; qualified to vote by occupation of a house there electoral register
1881 commercial traveller, oil and color trade, living with his family and a domestic servant at 1 Cranfield Villas, Tottenham RG 11/1384 f86 p7
1882 of Cranfield-villas, Summerhill-road, Tottenham; qualified to vote by occupation of a house there electoral register
1891 town traveller, oil trade, of Talbot Rd Spring Cottage, Tottenham, living with his family and mother-in-law RG 12/1071 f102 p17
1894-11-22 of Tottenham, at the date of his son's wedding in Cranfield Leighton Buzzard Observer and Linslade Gazette, 1894-12-04
1899-11-30 attended a lecture at Tottenham fmh, on the Hague Peace Conference Tottenham and Edmonton Weekly Herald, 1899-12-08
1901 town traveller oil trade, worker, living with his wife and one servant at 41 Talbot Rd, Tottenham RG 13/1249 f38 p11
1909-03-17 of 41 Talbot-road, Tottenham; d. Edmonton RD National Probate Calendar; Annual Monitor; GRO index

Sudden Death.

Mr. A.M.M. Forbes held two inquests at Tottenham on Friday morning. The first related to the death of Andrew Pollard (69) a commercial traveller, who resided at 41, Talbot-road, Tottenham.—The deceased was seen to fall in the High-road near the Polytechnic, and Mr. Taber, a tobacconist, ran to his assistance, and he was conveyed to the Prince of Wales Hospital.—Dr. Markham attributed death to heart failure due to heart disease of long standing, and a verdict to this effect was returned.

Tottenham and Edmonton Weekly Herald, 1909-03-24
1909-05-04 will proved at London by widow Alice Elizabeth Pollard; effect £1660 17s 10d. National Probate Calendar


03. Robert Hughesdon Pollard

1840-11-15 b. Lambeth, London censuses; GRO index; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard', Ms book at West Sussex RO; railway employment records
1841 living with his family and a servant in Lower Marsh, St Mary Lambeth, Surrey TNA: HO 107/1061/6 f22 p1
1851 scholar, living with his family and at 3 Holtham Place, St Giles Camberwell, London TNA: HO 107/1581 [folio and page numbers illegible]
1861 not found in census  
1864-06 entered service with the Great Western Railway railway employment records
1866-09-27 m. Mary Ivins (1848–1904), at Portskewett, Monmouth censuses; GRO index; gedcom from Mark & Glenys Hill, 2005
Children: Annie Susan (1867–1935), Robert Frederick (1870–1931), Amy Sarah (1873–1955), Christina Mary (1875–1951), William Andrew (1880–1948), Henry Hubert (1884–1937), Arthur Huelin (1888–1963) censuses; GRO index; National Probate Calendar; gedcom from Mark & Glenys Hill, 2005
1871 railway guard TNA: RG 10 [doubtful, as not found in recent census search]
1881 railway inspector, of Myrtle Terrace, Weymouth, Dorset, living with family RG 11/2104 f75 p38
1882-01-08 inspector, Plymouth Marine on 40/- wage; appointed inspector, Plymouth Docks, on 60/- wage railway employment records
1891 railway inspector, living with his family in a flat at 10 Hobart Street, East Stonehouse, Devon RG 12/1739 f117 p38
1901 stevedore G.W.R. dock, living with his family in a flat at 10 Hobart Street, East Stonehouse, Devon RG 13/2105 f78 p24
1911 pensioner (G.W.Ra)ilway, living with his family at 28 Grafton Rd, Mutley, Plymouth, Devon; 7 rooms RG14PN12947 RG78PN747 RD276 SD1 ED9 SN391
1916-01-10 of 28 Grafton-road, Plymouth; d. Plymouth RD National Probate Calendar; GRO index
1916-02-15 will proved at London by sons Robert Frederick Pollard and William Andrew Pollard; effects £2342 10s. 2d. National Probate Calendar


04. Joseph Pollard

1842-08-15 b. St George Southwark RD GRO index; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard', Ms book at West Sussex RO; gedcom from Mark & Glenys Hill, 2005
1843-09-23 d. Newington RD


John Pollard05. John Pollard

1844-02-10 b. Old Kent Road, Surrey censuses; GRO index; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard', Ms book at West Sussex RO; gedcom from Mark & Glenys Hill, 2005
1851 scholar, living with family at 3 Holtham Place, St Giles Camberwell, London TNA: HO 107/1581 [folio and page numbers illegible]
1861 drapers assistant, of Market Place, Hertford, Hertfordshire, one of three draper's assistants living in the household of William Pollard, draper and outfitter, his 1st cousin once removed; also present were a house keeper, a cook, a house maid, and a visitor TNA: RG 9/824 f68 p23
1865-09-16 warehouseman, of Croydon; m. Elizabeth Rose Wright (1845–1931, d. of Walter Norton and Jemima Wright, Walter a gentleman), at All Saints, Upper Norwood, Surrey; after banns censuses; GRO index; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard'; National Probate Calendar; parish register
Children: Frank William (1866–1897), Walter (1868–1946), Carey Norton (1871–1955), Percy George (1874 – after 1924), Margaret Helen (1876–1962), Edgar John (1878–1945), Sydney Septimus (1880–1971), Lewis Allan (1880–1919), Beatrice Mary (1883–1961) censuses; GRO index; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard'; National Probate Calendar; Australia death index; gedcom from Mark & Glenys Hill, 2005; Michael Andre Phillips web album, accessed 2010-12-17
1871 assistant poor rate collector, living with his family at 4 Bedford Place, Croydon, with a monthly nurse and a general servant RG 10/842 f15 p23
1881 poor rate collector, living with his family at Holly Lodge, Chelsfield Road, Orpington, Kent, with a nurse and a groom & gardener RG 11/859 f28 p1
1891-03-14 a member of the St. Mary Cray District Relief Committee Bromley & District Times, 1891-03-20
1891 poor rate collector and asst oversr, of Chelsfield Road, Orpington, living with his family RG 12/934 f2 p1
1895-09-10 assistant overseer for the parishes of Cudham, Knockholt, and Downe Bromley & District Times, 1895-09-20
1896-04-21 poor-rate collector Bleadon parish register
1896-09-04 assistant overseer, St Mary Cray Bromley & District Times, 1896-09-18
1896-10-11 resident in Chelsfield-lane, St Mary Cray Bromley & District Times, 1896-10-16
1897-04-28 of Honey Dene, Chelsfield-lane, Orpington; gave evidence at the inquest on his son Frank William Pollard Bromley & District Times, 1897-04-30
1897-09-14 assistant overseer for St. Paul's Cray, Orpington, and St. Mary Cray; at the annual court for revision of the voters' lists, Mr Moloney, the revising barrister,

noticed that last year Mr. Pollard's certificate was for £40 19s. This year he should reduce the amount of the certificate by £10, because the work had been carelessly done.

Bromley & District Times, 1897-09-17
1901 assist overseer rate collector, living with his family at Renfrew, Hatherly Rd, Foots Cray, Kent RG 13/694 f70 p57
1907-12-30 with his wife, witnesses at the marriage of their son Sydney Septimus, in Peckham, London parish register
1911 superannuated asst overseer and collector, living with his wife and granddaughter in 11 rooms at Stretton Lodge, 9 Cypress Rd, S. Norwood, Surrey, with a cook RG14PN3386 RG78PN127 RD39 SD4 ED19 SN72
1911 Q4 d. Croydon RD GRO index


06. James Thomas Pollard

1845-12-01 b. 4 CP, Grange Road, Camberwell, London or Kent Road, London censuses; GRO index; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard', Ms book at West Sussex RO; gedcom from Mark & Glenys Hill, 2005; information from Anne Wigglesworth
1851 scholar, living with family at 3 Holtham Place, St Giles Camberwell, London TNA: HO 107/1581 [folio and page numbers illegible]
1861 grocer and provision dealer, of Giggal Hill, Osset cum Gawthorpe, Yorkshire TNA: RG 9 [but not found on most recent search]
1869-04-26 grocer, of Huddersfield, Yorkshire; m. Louisa Isherwood (1845–1898, cotton winder, of Huddersfield, d. James Isherwood, bookbinder, and his wife Mary Ann), St Paul's church, Huddersfield, after banns censuses; GRO index; parish register; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard'; gedcom from Mark & Glenys Hill, 2005; information from Anne Wigglesworth
Children: Alfred Henry (1869–1872), Charles Herbert (1871–1872), Lilian (1872–1874), Clara (1874–1874), James Henry (1874–1900), Joseph Bertram (1876–1878), Arthur Whitworth (1878–1961), Alice Gertrude (1880–1974), Claude Mainhood (1881–1951), George Bernard (1884–1937), Agnes Evelyn (1886–1959) censuses; GRO index; gedcom from Mark & Glenys Hill, 2005; information from Anne Wigglesworth
1869-12-26 grocer, of Battley Street, Moldgreen, Christchurch, Yorkshire parish register
1871-03-12 grocer, of South Ossett, Christ Church parish register
1871 grocer and provision dealer, of Giggal Hill, Osset cum Gawthorpe, living with family RG 10/4608 f51 p34
1872-12-27 shopkeeper, of South Ossett, Christ Church parish register
1874-02-07 parish register
1876-08-21 at the Dewsbury West Riding Brewster Sessions; Ossett:

JAMES THOMAS POLLARD, Giggal Hill, applied for a licence to sell beer off the premises. He handed in a certificate as to character, and state that he pays a yearly rent of £18. There was no objection to the application which was granted.

Huddersfield Chronicle, 1876-08-23
1879-08-25 of South Ossett; at the Dewsbury West Riding Brewster Sessions, was refused a licence to sell wine on the premises Huddersfield Chronicle, 1879-08-26
1880-10-03 grocer, of South Ossett parish register
1881 grocer shop keeper, of Manor Road, Ossett cum Gawthorpe, Yorkshire, living with family RG 11/4566 f48 p22
1882-01-22 shop keeper, of South Ossett parish register
1883-08-25 at the annual Brewster Sessions for the Dewsbury Division of the West Riding, Jas. Thomas Pollard, South Ossett, among those persons objected to as holders of beer licenses to sell off the premises; the objectors were Sunday school teachers, who objected to the sale of intoxicating liquors on Sundays; his license was granted Batley Reporter and Guardian and Dewsbury Reporter, 1883-09-01
1886-06-07 shop keeper, of South Ossett parish register
1889-07-03 "Mr. James T. Pollard, newsagent, corner of Manor-road, Giggall Hill, has been officially appointed sub-postmaster for South Ossett." Leeds Mercury, 1889-07-03
1890-03-12 grocer of Manor-road, South Ossett, Yorkshire; d. there GRO index; National Probate Calendar
1890-03-16 bur. Christ Church, South Ossett Yorkshire burials
1890-04-15 will proved at Wakefield by widow Louisa Pollard, sole executrix; personal estate £287 0s. 7d. National Probate Calendar


07. Henry Josiah Pollard

1845-12-01 b. St Giles, Camberwell, London censuses; GRO index; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard', Ms book at West Sussex RO
1851 scholar, living with family at 3 Holtham Place, St Giles Camberwell, London TNA: HO 107/1581 [folio and page numbers illegible]
1861 draper (apprentice), in the household of Elizabeth Stead, dress maker, of 5-6 Bridge End, Leeds, Yorkshire; household includes two other apprentices, six drapers, a cook and a servant TNA: RG 9/3371 f12 p18
1871 warehouseman (draper), of 8 Melrose Terr., Tottenham, Middlesex, living with his sister Ann as housekeeper RG 10/1338 f14 p19
1871-08-05 m. Ann Louisa Grimes (1844–1922, of Cranfield, Bedfordshire, d. of Thomas and Phoebe Grimes), in Luton RD censuses; GRO index; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard'; National Probate Calendar
Children: Henrietta Louisa (1872–1960), Joseph Henry (1874 – after 1929), Edith Maud (1875–1964), Agnes Mary (1881–1965), Harold Ernest (1885–1916) censuses; GRO index; Annual Monitor; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard'; Ackworth Old Scholars Association (1957–66) Annual Reports; gedcom from Mark & Glenys Hill, 2005; CWGC; mitchell's tree
1875/1878 living with his brother Andrew at Summerhill-road, West-green, Tottenham; qualified to vote by occupation of a house there electoral register
1879 of Spring Cottage, Talbot-road, Tottenham; qualified to vote by occupation of a house there electoral register
1881 buyer to Cape merchant (drapery), of Spring Cottage, Talbot Road, Tottenham, living with his family, his sister-in-law, and a general servant RG 11/1383 f107 p1
1882 of Spring Cottage, Talbot-road, Tottenham; qualified to vote by occupation of a house there electoral register
1891 drapery merchant and manufact. agent, employer, living at 4 Park Villas, Tottenham, with his family and a domestic servant RG 12/1067 f25 p44
1892-02-03 of Tottenham; took part in a discussion at a meeting of the Friends' Temperance Union, at Devonshire House London Daily News, 1892-02-04
1894 wife and family of Essex Lodge, Lansdowne Road, Tottenham Proceedings of the Ackworth Old Scholars' Association. Part XIII. Eighth Month, 1894
1899-11-30 present at a lecture at Tottenham fmh, on the Hague Peace Conference; "showed a number of slides of the Conference and views of The Hague" Tottenham and Edmonton Weekly Herald, 1899-12-08
1901 manufacturer's agent, worker, living at 25 Lansdown Road, Tottenham, with his family and a general servant RG 13/1247 f81 p26
1903-01-26 among those on the platform at the annual meeting of the members and friends of the local Friends' Adult Sunday Schools, at the Railway Mission Hall, Devonshire-road, Cambridge; spoke on the "splendid work" of the Cambridge Sunday schools Cambridge Daily News, 1903-02-03
1911 commercial traveller to manufacturers of ladies & childrens garments, worker, living in 9 rooms at 683 Alexandra Park Road, Wood Green, London N., with his wife and a general servant RG14PN7272 RG78PN354 RD132 SD2 ED27 SN81
1916 of 15 Groveland Road, Palmers Green, N. AOSA Annual Report 35, 1916
of 50 Whitworth Crescent, Southampton, late of 15 Grovelands Rd, Palmer's Green, London CWGC
  a recorded minister, active in Mission, Band of Hope and similar work Ackworth Old Scholars' Association, Annual Report 84
1921-03-08 retired wholesale draper's representative, of 50 Whitworth-crescent, Southampton; d. Southampton RD National Probate Calendar; GRO index
1921-05-12 will proved at Winchester by widow Ann Louisa Pollard; effects £492 16s 5d. National Probate Calendar


08. Alfred Pollard

1848-01-19 b. Bermondsey, Surrey censuses; GRO index; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard', Ms book at West Sussex RO
1851 living with his family at 3 Holtham Place, St Giles Camberwell, London TNA: HO 107/1581 [folio and page numbers illegible]
1861 scholar, pupil at Bancrofts School, Stepney, Middlesex TNA: RG 9/299 f131 p3
1871 waiter and potman, boarder with family of Joseph Barber, wheelwright and carpenter, of 51 Woulsham St, West Ham, Essex RG 10/1631 f138 p111
1877-07-30 book keeper, of St Mary Cray, Kent; m. Louisa Preston (1857 – after 1911, of St Mary Cray, b. Dumfries, d. Richard Walkington and Jessie Preston), at St Mary Cray censuses; GRO index; parish register; gedcom from Mark & Glenys Hill, 2005; Mark Preston's Ancestors
Children: Mabel Worthington (1879–1973), Jessie Mainhood (1889–1971) censuses; GRO index; gedcom from Mark & Glenys Hill, 2005
1881 ship's clerk, living in a flat at 4 Wightman St, West Ham, Essex, with his family and his sister-in-law RG 11/1716 f77 p66
1889-12-29 cashier, of 125 Caistor Park Road, West Ham Stamford Brook parish register
1891 stevedore's cashier, employed, living with his family and a boarder at 125 Caister Pk Rd, West Ham RG 12/1329 f72 p19
1901 cashier (stevedoring), worker, living with his family at 9 Upton Avenue, West Ham RG 13/1587 f152 p15
1911 cashier; [employer's business:] shipowner; worker; living with his family at 18 Palmerston Road, Forest Gate, London E. 5 rooms RG14PN9384 RG78PN506 RD188 SD2 ED11 SN253
1929 Q2 d. Tendring RD GRO index


09. Arthur Pollard

1849-12-16 b. Peckham, Surrey censuses; GRO index; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard', Ms book at West Sussex RO
1851 living with family at 3 Holtham Place, St Giles Camberwell, London TNA: HO 107/1581 [folio and page numbers illegible]
1861 scholar at boarding school, Friends School, Sibford Ferris, Oxfordshire TNA: RG 9/916 f42 p28
1871 oil and colourmans shop man, servant, in household of Edward Johnson, wholesale oil and colourman employing 7 men & 3 boys, at 379 High St, West Ham, Middlesex RG 10/1264 f14 p21 [where born shows 'ditto', and the entry above says Long Sutton, Lincoln]
1872-12-01 of St James, Shoreditch; banns of marriage with Geraldine Sim, of West Ham, published banns book
1872-12-08
1872-12-15
1872-12-26 m. Geraldine Sim (1851–1920, of West Ham, d. of Arthur J. and Sophia Sim), at All Saints, West Ham censuses; GRO index; Essex parish registers; gedcom from Mark & Glenys Hill, 2005
Children: Arthur Sim (1875–1949), Geraldine Florence (1877–1955), Thomas Edward (1878–1959) censuses; GRO index
1881 oilman, living at 222 Roman Rd, Bow, London, with his family and a general servant RG 11/490 f7 p7
1882-05-02 gave evidence at the Old Bailey, in the trial of William Sait and William Hale, charged with stealing a cask and 255 lb of white lead:

ARTHUR POLLARD. I am an oilman, of 222, Roman Road, Old Ford—Sait had a wholesale rag shop close to me—on, I think, March 6th, he came to my place and asked if I was a buyer of a cask of white lead—I went to his place and examined it, and said "It won't do for my trade, but it will do for mixing up paints; I will give you 2l. for it"—he did not accept my offer then, but the same evening or next day the lead was sent to my premises, where the police found it.

Cross-examined. I have known Sait three years; he is a general dealer—I have seen him at sales; he buys anything he can turn a penny by—we talked about the lead openly in the bar of the Prince Albert.

Old Bailey Online, accessed 2010-05-07
1890-04-18

Stratford.

CHARGES AGAINST PUBLICANS.—Arthur Pollard, the landlord of the Higham Hill tavern, Walthamstow, was summoned for permitting drunkenness on his licensed premises on the 18th ult.; and Albert Fage, a labourer, of Walthamstow, was summoned for being drunk on licensed premises. Mr. Atkinson defended Mr. Pollard.—The evidence showed that on the afternoon in question Sergeant Montgomery found the defendant Fage the worse for liquor in a horse trough near defendant's house. A man came up who said Fage lodged in his house, and he took charge of him. The two went into the Higham Hill tavern, and later on, when the police entered, they saw Fage with a pot by the side of him. Attention was drawn to his condition, but he stayed in the house for some time after that.—Mr. Atkinson, for the defence, proved that the man was not served with liquor, and contended that that ended the case, but the bench said that the serving was not material. Fave was drunk and was permitted to remain in the house. Mr. Pollard would be fined 40s. and costs, but his license would not be endorsed. Fage was fined 5s. and costs.

The People, 1890-05-18
1891 licensed victualler, employer, living with his family and a servant at Higham Hill Tavern, Higham Hill Rd, Walthamstow, Essex RG 12/1357 f93 p12
1901 living with his wife and daughter at 79 Dulwich Rd, Brixton, Lambeth, London RG 13/429 f127 p46
1911-03-16 of 166 Cambridge-road, Kilburn, Middlesex; d. St Pancras RD RG14PN6982 RG78PN346A RD129 SD1 ED2 SN160; National Probate Calendar
1911-03-29 administration (with will) granted at London to Geraldine Pollard, widow; effects £276 National Probate Calendar


10. Ann Pollard

1852-07-29 b. 2 Mina Road, Old Kent Road, Southwark, Surrey The Friend; censuses; GRO index; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard', Ms book at West Sussex RO
1861 scholar at boarding school, of Friends School, Sibford Ferris, Oxfordshire TNA: RG 9/916 f43 p29
1871 living with her brother Henry Josiah as housekeeper, at 8 Melrose Terr., Tottenham RG 10/1338 f14 p19
1871-09-20 d. Dewsbury RD gedcom from Mark & Glenys Hill, 2005; GRO index


11. William Pollard

1854-04-01 b. 2 Mina Road, Old Kent Road, Southwark, Surrey The Friend; censuses; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard', Ms book at West Sussex RO
1861 scholar, living with his family at Glanynot Cottage, Swansea Higher TNA: RG 9/4100 f58 p16
1871 not found in census  
1877-04-01 oilman, of Aldeney Road, St Benet's Stepney; m. 1. Maria Julia Allen (1851–1887, of Chilton St, Lower Road, Deptford, d. of James and Ann Allen), at St Luke's pc, Deptford, Kent, after banns censuses; information from Mark & Glenys Hill, 2005; parish register; GRO index
Children with first wife: Frances Elizabeth (1878–1958), William James (1880–1952), Joseph Henry (1882–1942), Frederick Alfred (1884–1941), Edith Alice (1886–1984) information from Mark & Glenys Hill, 2005
1881 not found in census  
1881/1882 arrived in South Australia with his wife and two children information from Mark & Glenys Hill, 2005
1882-08-01 porter on South Australia railways, of Bowden, Dist. of Hindmarsh, South Australia
1887 civil servant, of Port Victor, South Australia; still with the South Australia railways,  working his way up from oil man to porter to station master, moving around to quite a few different country stations.
1889-12-17 m. 2. Angala Dowland (1862 – after 1936), at Goolwa, South Australia information from Mark & Glenys Hill, 2005; electoral roll
Child with second wife: Frank Dowland (1890–1966) information from Mark & Glenys Hill, 2005
c. 1906 retired from the South Australia railways, went to Devon/Cornwall to see relatives; returned to Western Australia in 1906 to send his son to university
1905-01-20

LEAVING CALLINGTON.

Mr. William Pollard, the railway stationmaster at Callington, has resigned from the department after 20 years' service and intends visiting England, where he and his family will settle should favorable inducement offer. The residents of the district felt that they could not let him depart without giving some tangible proof of their esteem and goodwill, and accordingly on Thursday evening of last week a number waited upon him at his residence and made a presentation of a travelling bag, suitably engraved. Mr. A. F. Gehrike, J.P., in handing over the gift on behalf of the residents of Callington and district, said that while they all regretted Mr. Pollard's departure from their midst they desired to make some recognition of the kindly, courteous, and conscientious manner in which he had carried out his duties as a public servant. He hoped that their small gift would act as a memento of the kindly feelings and good wishes which Mr. Pollard and his family carried with them to the old country, and all wished them a safe and pleasant voyage. Messrs. F. Lehmann, R. S. McDonald, C. Chapman, O. Sabine, P. Lewis, and II. Werner also spoke in eulogistic terms of Mr. Pollard, who suitably replied. Mrs. Pollard kindly entertained the company with light refreshments, after which hearty cheers were given for Mr. and Mrs. Pollard.

The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser, 1905-01-20
  belonged to the Exclusive Brethren in Western Australia information from Mark & Glenys Hill, 2005
1910 clerk, of 335 Perth street, Subiaco, Perth, Western Australia electoral roll
1912-02-12 station master; at son Joseph's wedding in Western Australia information from Mark & Glenys Hill, 2005
1914 clerk, living with his family at 31 John street, North Perth, Western Australia, Australia electoral roll
1915 of 31 Leake St, North Perth, Western Australia Australia, World War I service record
1916 clerk, living with his family at 31 John street, North Perth, Balkatta, Perth, Western Australia electoral roll
1918-06-01 wrote to Base Records in Melbourne regarding the whereabouts of his son's effects Australia, World War I service record
1921-05-18 of 31 Leake Street, North Perth; wrote to Base Records in Melbourne, regarding his son's medals
1922 clerk, living with his wife at 13 Janet street, North Perth, Balkatta, Fremantle, Western Australia electoral rolls
1925 clerk, of 13 Janet street, North Perth, Balkatta, Fremantle, Western Australia; also clerk of 31 Leake street, Balkatta, Fremantle, Western Australia
1931 retired, of 7 Janet street, Balkatta, Fremantle, Western Australia
1934-08-27 d. Subiaco, Western Australia information from Mark & Glenys Hill, 2005
  bur. Karrakatta, Perth, Western Australia


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