Children of John and Elizabeth Rose Pollard

01. Frank William Pollard

1866-04-09 b. Croydon, Surrey GRO index; censuses; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard', Ms book at West Sussex RO
1871 scholar, of 4 Bedford Place, Croydon, living with his family, a monthly nurse, and a general servant TNA: RG 10/842 f15 p23
1881 scholar, of Holly Lodge, Chelsfield Road, Orpington, Kent, living with his family, a nurse, and a groom & gardener TNA: RG 11/859 f28 p1
1889 Q2 m.1. Emma Blundell (1864–1894, b. St Mary Cray, Kent), in Lewisham RD GRO index; censuses
Children with first wife: Cicely Rose (1890–1969), b. Mottingham, Kent; and Winifred Florence (1892–1986), b. Orpington
1891 clerk, employed, living with his family in 3 rooms at West Chislehurst Park, Mottingham RG 12/633 f99 p6
1892-04-18

Mr. Frank Pollard, son of Mr. John Pollard of St Mary Cray, had the misfortune to break his arm through being thrown out of a waggonette at Shoreham on Easter Monday.

Bromley & District Times, 1892-01-22

SERIOUS ACCIDENT TO MR. FRANK POLLARD.

An accident, in which Mr. Frank Pollard, of Orpington, son of Mr. John Pollard, of St. Mary Cray, sustained a serious fracture to his right arm, occurred to a party of holiday folk at Shoreham, on Monday morning. The party was made up very largely of the members of Mr. Pollard's family, who were bent upon a holiday drive into the country. Shoreham had been reached when the splinter bar of the fore carriage of the brake broke, whereupon the horse became unmanageable, and the fore carriage and body of the brake suddenly separated, precipitating the occupants into the road. With the exception of Mr. Frank Pollard, however, the members of the party escaped with a shaking only. Assistance was very kindly rendered the unfortunate party by a Shoreham farmer and his family, but Mr. Pollard had to wait for medical aid until the other members arrived besmeared with mud, in a van lent for the purpose by the good farmer. Dr. Donaldson's assistant (Mr. Jarrod) was very soon on the road, and when he arrived at Shoreham applied a splint to Mr. Pollard's arm, and the unfortunate holiday seeker was then conveyed to his father's house at St. Mary Cray. In consequence of the swollen state of the arm it was not found possible to set it on Tuesday evening.

1893-12-29

We understand that Mr. George Wall has been appointed clerk to the Orpington Commons Board of Conservators, in succession to Mr. Frank Pollard, who has removed to Beckenham.

Bromley & District Times
1894-05-11

DEATH OF MRS. FRANK POLLARD.

We regret to record the death of Mrs. Frank Pollard, late of St. Mary Cray, whose death occurred on Wednesday, at Beckenham, where her husband was recently appointed to the post of rate collector under the Local Board. The funeral takes place tomorrow afternoon, at three o'clock, at Orpington Churchyard, and the cortιge will leave the residence of Mrs. Pollard's parents, Bellfield-terrace, St. Mary Cray, at 2.45 p.m. Mrs. Pollard was only 28 years of age. Much sympathy is expressed with the bereaved husband and family.

Bromley & District Times
1895-07-01 gave evidence at Bromley Petty Sessions, in the case of a cyclist charged with furiously driving a bicycle in Orpington; a police constable had been injured, and Pollard himself had also been knocked down Bromley & District Times, 1895-07-05
1895-09-13 had made an error in the Westerham relief lists:

Subsequently, in making the allowance to Mr. Pollard, Mr. Moloney commented on the unsatisfactory way in which his lists had been prepared.

Mr. Pollard replied that he had prepared the lists for the past 21 years, and this was the first time there had been any fault found. A lot of work had been done by the Overseers.

Mr. Frank Pollard presented the lists for West Wickham, but no point of interest arose

Bromley & District Times, 1895-09-20
1896-04-21 poor-rate collector, of Beckenham, Kent; m.2. Georgina Payne (1873–1964, of Bleadon, Somerset, b. Taunton, Somerset, d. of Robert Eames Payne, station master), at Bleadon pc, after banns GRO index; parish register; banns register

MARRIAGE OF MR. FRANK POLLARD.

A very pretty wedding took place at Bleadon Parish Church, Somerset, on April 21st last (Tuesday), the contracting parties being Mr. Frank William Pollard, eldest son of Mr. John Pollard, of St Mary Cray, Kent, and Miss Georgina Payne, youngest daughter of Mr. Robert Payne, station-master of Bleadon and Uphill station, near Weston-super-Mare, Great Western Railway. The bride, who was given away by her father, was attired in a dress of electric blue, trimmed with guipure lace and silk, and hat to match, and carried a lovely bouquet of white flowers, the gift of the bridegroom. She was attended by Miss A. Mead (a cousin of the bride) who acted as bridesmaid. She wore a dress of navy blue fancy cloth, trimmed with cream lace and velvet, and a large picture hat, trimmed with shot ribbon and ospreys; also wearing a gold brooch, the gift of the bridegroom, and carrying a large bouquet of arum lilies and white azaleas. Two little nephews and a niece also attended, and carried baskets filled with arum lilies and Marechal Niel roses. The bridegroom was attended by Mr. Frederick Payne, brother of the bride, who acted as best man. After the ceremony the wedding breakfast was partaken at the residence of the bride's father. At four o'clock the happy couple left for Clevedon, where the honeymoon was spent. The presents were both numerous and useful. The bride's going away dress was navy blue serge coat and skirt, with cream waistcoat.

Bromley & District Times, 1896-05-01
Child with second wife: Vincent Frank (1897–1961), bapt. Bleadon GRO index; parish register
1897-04-19

SAD ACCIDENT TO MR. FRANK POLLARD.

A sad accident befell Mr. Frank Pollard at St. Mary Cray on Monday afternoon. It seems that, shortly after two o'clock, Mr. Pollard, his brother Edgar, and a man of the name of Padwick drove down through St. Mary Cray in a light cart to which was attached a very strong horse. The animal, in fact, had evidently scarcely been broken in for work in harness. When opposite The Rookery the colt commenced to kick violently and became unmanageable. The shafts of the cart were broken, and Mr. Frank Pollard, who was sitting behind, was thrown out on to the road. The unfortunate man sustained fearful injury to the head, and on examination was found to have a fracture of the skull. Dr. Tennyson Smith, who had been summoned, did all that was possible for the sufferer, who was carried to his father's residence in Chelsfield-lane, St. Mary Cray, where he was afterwards placed under the care of a trained nurse.

On Wednesday there was an improvement in the patient's condition.

Bromley & District Times, 1897-04-23
1897-04-23 bapt. Kent "England Births and Christenings, 1538–1975," database, FamilySearch: 6 December 2014, Frank William Pollard, 23 Apr 1897, citing Kent, reference frame 876, FHL microfilm 2,145,475
1897-04-24 of 23 Monivea-road, Beckenham, Kent; d. at 'Hollydene', Chelsfield-road, Orpington GRO index; National Probate Calendar
1897-04-28

DEATH OF MR. FRANK POLLARD.

We regret to state that Mr. Frank Pollard succumbed at ten minutes past two o'clock on Saturday morning to the fearful injuries which occurred on Easter Monday, and which was reported in our last issue. The deceased, who was 32 years of age, leaves a young wife and family to mourn their loss. Expressions of sympathy with Mr. and Mrs. John Pollard as well as with the widow, have been very general, from the time of the accident. The death took place at the residence of the parents of the deceased, in the Chelsfield-lane, St. Mary Cray, where all that skill and attention could command was of no avail. The sad event seems all the sadder when it is remembered that deceased had been married about a year only.

THE INQUEST.

The inquest was held on Wednesday by Mr. E.A. Carttar, Coroner for the district, and Mr. W.J. Couch was foreman of the jury.

Mr. John Pollard, father of the deceased, said he lived at Honey Dene, Chelsfield-lane, Orpington, and identified the body as that of his son, Frank William Pollard. The deceased was 31 years of age, was a rate collector, and lived at Beckenham. Witness last saw his son alive on Easter Monday at his residence; this would be at ten o'clock, before witness went away from home. He was then well and had been spending the holiday with them. On witness's return home he found that the deceased had gone out with the trap and a young horse. This would be about a quarter to three in the afternoon. The deceased's brother, Edgar John Pollard, and witness's groom, were with him at the time. Shortly afterwards witness's daughter came running into his house and said that there had been an accident and that Frank had been thrown out of the trap. Witness ran down the main road to The Rookery lodge, about a quarter of a mile distant from the house. He found that blood was pouring from his son's right ear; he was sensible at this time and complained of excessive pain in his head. Witness immediately applied some iced water to the deceased's head, and Mrs. Spicer proved them with a trap, in which witness's son was conveyed home. Dr. Smith was summoned and he very shortly afterwards arrived. The doctor then said the case was a very serious one; and the deceased continued very much in the same condition until the Wednesday following, when the doctor was hurriedly sent for, the deceased getting worse at this time. He continued to get worse, and died at ten minutes past two o'clock on Saturday morning. Deceased had not in any way referred to the accident, nor did witness ask him anything about it. The trap was witness's, and the horse also; witness had driven the horse a few days before. It had just been broken in. Witness had had no difficulty in managing the horse. He noticed that both shafts of the trap had been broken, but the harness had remained intact. The horse had not been out since. It would be necessary, Mr. Pollard said in reply to the Coroner, for the horse, which was a young one, to be dealt with again as far as breaking in was concerned.

Edgar John Pollard, a son of the last witness, and a journeyman butcher at Bexley Heath, deposed that he was in company with his deceased brother and a man named Padwick at the time the accident occurred. The driver (Padwick) had suggested that they should go for a ride, and they started at about a quarter to three o'clock in their light village cart. The groom (Padwick) was driving, and witness sat with him, the deceased sitting behind. They went down the main road. Witness had previously ridden the colt, but had not driven it in harness. The horse went along steadily at first. They walked the horse down as far as the schools, when they got into a little trot, and when going down the hill the colt suddenly bolted, commenced to kick and became unmanageable. The cart went to the side of the road and collided with the kerb. Padwick was still holding on to the reins. Witness could not account for the horse starting, there did not appear to be anything lying about to cause the animal to start, nor were there a lot of people near them at the time. The horse stumbled and fell, breaking both shafts, but witness was able to step out of the trap after the horse had fallen without sustaining any injury. Padwick was thrown out on to the path, but kept hold of the reins whilst witness went to the horse's head. After leaving the trap witness noticed that some people were holding up his brother on the footpath. This would be about 15 yards behind the cart. Witness brought the horse home, after which he was sent for the doctor. When this witness saw his brother he noticed that he was bleeding from a wound at the back of his head. Subsequent to the day of the accident, witness saw the deceased on Wednesday night, when he seemed about the same as when he left home. Witness (in reply to the coroner), said he did not know whether the horse had been out the previous day. Padwick had been in the employ of witness' father for some years.

Henry Padwick, groom, in the employ of Mr. John Pollard for the past four years, said he lived at St. Paul's Cray. He had known the colt for the past two years; he had driven it four times previously, and it had never given any trouble before. He was driving at the time of the mishap. They started about 2.30, and it would be about 2.45, when, whilst they were passing through the main street, the horse suddenly bolted. The colt swerved across the road, but witness did not know of anything at which the animal might shy. One of the wheels of the trap collided with the kerb-stone, and the effect of the collision was that both of the shafts were broken, and witness was thrown out on the path, but was not seriously injured. His Hands and knees were bruised. Witness saw some people standing with the deceased, who was conscious, and pointed to the footpath. He did not see the deceased after his removal home until after death.

By the Coroner: The horse was young and a little nervous.

Mr. Charles Buley, a compositor, in the employ of Messrs. E. Clarke and Sons, printers, if 1, Page's-cottages, Lower-road, Orpington, deposed to seeing the accident occur when opposite Mr. Spicer's lodge. When he first saw the horse and trap it was going at a terrific pace. He saw the trap collide with The Rookery wall, but before this he saw the deceased when falling out of the cart on his head into the road. Witness had just turned round to see that his wife and child were safe. Deceased was thrown out of the cart before it collided with the wall; Mr. Pollard must either have fallen out or he must have jumped out. Witness ran to the deceased and found that he was bleeding very much from the head and ears. Some other persons came to his assistance and the deceased was carried into the Rookery Lodge.

In reply to the Coroner this witness said he thought the deceased must have attempted to jump out of the trap.

Dr. Alfred Tennyson Smith, of The Birches, Orpington, who had known the deceased and who had attended him from the time of the accident said the case was a very serious one from the first. The deceased was suffering, when witness saw him on Easter Monday after the accident from a contused wound at the back of the head, and blood was flowing from the right ear, and there was a small amount of nose bleeding. These were very bad signs, indicating severe injury to the skull and brain. The deceased was at this time conscious, and he remained in the same condition practically until the following Wednesday, when witness was sent for by the family. He then found that the deceased's temperature had gone up very quickly, and there were symptoms of pressure upon the brain, and the following Friday the operation of trepanning was performed. The deceased, however, gradually sand and died towards morning on Saturday. Witness attributed the cause of death primarily to fracture of the base of the skull, and secondly to hemorrhage on the third day after the accident into the substance of the brain. This would be consistent with a violent fall on the head on to a road.

The Coroner having briefly summed up the evidence, the Jury at once returned a verdict of Death from Misadventure.

Bromley & District Times, 1897-04-30
1897-04-29 bur. Orpington, Kent "England Deaths and Burials, 1538–1991," database, FamilySearch: 24 December 2014, Frank William Pollard, 29 Apr 1897, citing reference item 6 p 134, FHL microfilm 2,145,476

THE FUNERAL.

The funeral took place at Orpington yesterday morning, the arrangements being in the hands of Mr. H.S. Hutchings. The coffin was of polished elm, with brass fittings, the breast plate bearing the simple inscription:—

FRANK WILLIAM POLLARD.

Died April 24, 1897.

Aged 32 years.

The burial service was read by the Rev. J.B. Hewetson, and there were a good number of persons present at the graveside. The coffin was covered with wreaths, including one of primroses, from the Orpington and Cray Valley Habitation of the Primrose League, of which Mr. Frank Pollard was a member. Mr. John Pollard, father, and the widow of the deceased were the chief mourners. Mr. E. Lake represented his father, Lieutenant-Colonel Lake, the Ruling Councillor of the Primrose League, at the funeral.

Some 30 members of the Cray Valley Habitation of the Primrose League paid a last tribute of respect to the remains by attending the funeral.

Bromley & District Times, 1897-04-30
1897-05-24 admon at London to Georgina Pollard, widow; effects £114 National Probate Calendar


02. Walter Pollard

1868-09-23 b. Croydon, Surrey GRO index; censuses; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard', Ms book at West Sussex RO
1871 of 4 Bedford Place, Croydon, living with his family, a monthly nurse, and a general servant TNA: RG 10/842 f15 p23
1881 scholar, of Holly Lodge, Chelsfield Road, Orpington, Kent, living with his family, a nurse, and a groom & gardener TNA: RG 11/859 f28 p1
1891 general draper, employer of 6 Parade, Chislehurst, Kent, living with a draper's assistant (Kate Cooper) and a housekeeper RG 12/632 f27 p4
1892-09-07 m. Kate Cooper (cal 1870 – 1950, b. Bromley, Kent, d. of William John Cooper), at Chislehurst GRO index; censuses; "England Marriages, 1538–1973," database, FamilySearch: 10 December 2014, Walter Pollard and Kate Cooper, 07 Sep 1892, citing Chiselhurst, Kent, reference item 4 261 44, index based upon data collected by the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City, FHL microfilm 2,145,473; The Scott Family
Children: Ethel May (1893–1989) and John Walter (1899–1956), both b. Chislehurst GRO index; RG 13/693 f45 p19; The Scott Family
1901 draper, employer, working at home, of 6 Royal Parade, Chislehurst, living with his family and three of his wife's relatives RG 13/693 f45 p19
1939-09-29 not found in 1939 Register 1939 England and Wales Register (TNA: RG 101)
1946-06-30 d. South Australia, Australia Australia death index
  bur. St Mary's Anglican church, St Mary's, South Australia The Scott Family


03. Carey Norton Pollard

1871-04-01 b. Croydon, Surrey GRO index; censuses; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard', Ms book at West Sussex RO
1871 "not yet named", of 4 Bedford Place, Croydon, living with her family, a monthly nurse, and a general servant TNA: RG 10/842 f15 p23
1881 scholar, of Holly Lodge, Chelsfield Road, Orpington, Kent, living with her family, a nurse, and a groom & gardener TNA: RG 11/859 f28 p1
1891 assistant clerk, employed, living with her family in Chelsfield Road, Orpington RG 12/634 f2 p1
1897-01-05 bapt. Kent "England Births and Christenings, 1538–1975," database, FamilySearch: 6 December 2014, Carey Norton Pollard, 05 Jan 1897, citing Kent, reference frame 875, FHL microfilm 2,145,475
1897-01-11 m. Knowler Edward Young (1867–1925, b. St Lawrence, Thanet RD, s. of Edward Knowler Young), at Orpington "England Marriages, 1538–1973," database, FamilySearch: 10 December 2014, Knowler Edward Young and Carey Norton Pollard, 11 Jan 1897, citing Orpington, Kent, reference item 2 p 6; FHL microfilm 2,145,476; GRO index; RG 13/693 f25 p42; RG 14/3708 RD42 ED4 SN280
Children: Ella Carey (1898–1904), Leslie Knowler (1903–1975), and Marjorie Kate (1903–1994), all b. Chislehurst GRO index; RG 13/693 f25 p42; RG 14/3708 RD42 ED4 SN280
1901 living in Willow Grove, Chislehurst, Kent, with her family and two visitors RG 13/693 f25 p42
1911 living in 6 rooms at 'Shuckburgh', Burlington Terrace, Chislehurst, with her family, her brother Lewis, and a servant RG 14/3708 RD42 ED4 SN280
1914-02-18 of Chislehurst; with her husband, gave a tea service as a wedding present for Walter Robert Ward and Annie Boyd, in Folkestone, Kent Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald, 1914-02-21
1920-08-11 of Chislehurst; with her husband, gave a satin eider down as a wedding present for Frederick Knowler Ward and Mabel Eva Silvester, in Folkestone Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald, 1920-08-21
1925-02-23 husband of Lesmar, Red Hill, Chislehurst, at the date of his death National Probate Calendar
1925-07-22 executor of her husband's will, at London
1939-09-29 private means, living at Lamhessow House, Truro, Cornwall 1939 England and Wales Register (TNA: RG 101)
1945-09-22

Thank You, Sir

Letter from Mrs. K.E. Young, Kinnaird avenue, Bromley (Kent):

IN a third-class compartment of a G.W.R. train a small boy, about three years old, was sitting on his big brother's knee. He held a weight-card, obtained from a machine at Paddington. A ticket-collector entered the compartment passed from one passenger to another, punching our tickets. When he reached the small boy the lad silently offered his weight-card. The collector did not show amusement, impatience or condescension. He accepted the ticket, punched it, and handed it back with the "Thank you, sir," he had given each one of us. The little boy was delighted with the 'manly' treatment.

We Old Codgers like this story. Damme, if the G.W.R. will run our home line, in opposition to the one there now, we'll always travel G.W.R.

Daily Mirror
1955-02-20 of The Old Cedars Hotel, Sydenham, London; d. at Lewisham Hospital, London S.E.13 GRO index; National Probate Calendar
1955-04-02 will proved at London by Edward Thomas Chater, O.B.E., retired local government officer; effects £3365 12s. 6d. National Probate Calendar


04. Percy George Pollard

1873-07-27 b. Croydon, Surrey GRO index; censuses; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard', Ms book at West Sussex RO
1881 scholar, of Holly Lodge, Chelsfield Road, Orpington, Kent, living with his family, a nurse, and a groom & gardener TNA: RG 11/859 f28 p1
1891 assistant clerk, living with his family in Chelsfield Road, Orpington TNA: RG 12/634 f2 p1
1894-12-17 presiding officer at the election in Foots Cray, Kent Bromley & District Times, 1894-12-21
1895-05-25 poll clerk for the Orpington School Board election Bromley & District Times, 1895-05-31
1895-08-26 member or friend of the Crays and Orpington Cricket Club; sang a song at a club event at the Artichoke Inn Bromley & District Times, 1895-08-30
1900 Q2 m. Janetta Ada L. Highgate (cal 1877 – ?, b. Henfield, Sussex), in Pancras RD GRO index; RG 13/694 f101 p53
Children: Norman Louis P. (1900 – after 1901), b. Leatherhead, Surrey
1901 house agent and poor rate collector, own account, living with his family at 10 Clifton Rd, Foots Cray RG 13/694 f101 p53
1911 not found in census
1917-12-28 moved to Henley on Thames Labour Corps Royal Air Force officer's service record
1918-01-12 T. 2nd Lieut (gen list) on prob:
1918-04-01 prob. 2nd Lieut
1918-04-20 of 75 Jordaan St, Cape Town, S. Africa
1918-06-29 adm. hospital, Gen Hosp. Toronto
1918-08-03 discharged hosp: Toronto
1918-08-09 adm: London General Hospital
1918-09-15 transferred Swanage Auxiliary Hospital
1918-10-07 discharged from Swanage Hospital; fit G.S. ground duties only. 3 weeks leave
transport & embarkation officer also road construction
Dutch – S. Africa, Swahili – E. Africa
Since joining R.F.C. E.O.S of Instn. Stores, rigging aero engines
  self-employed contractor and miner, Johannesburg, S.A., many years
1919-07-13 rep at Camp B'ford
1919-08-07 trans to unempld list; of 27 Westminster Rd, Salt River, Cape Town, S.A.
1924-03-09 contractor's foreman, of 67 Addiscombe Rd, Croydon, last resident in Kenya; arrived London from Cape Town, South Africa, aboard the Union Castle Mail Steamship Co. Durham Castle UK incoming passenger lists
1939-09-29 not found in 1939 Register 1939 England and Wales Register (TNA: RG 101)


05. Margaret Helen Pollard

1876-04-02 b. St Mary Cray, Kent GRO index; censuses; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard', Ms book at West Sussex RO
1881 scholar, of Holly Lodge, Chelsfield Road, Orpington, Kent, living with her family, a nurse, and a groom & gardener TNA: RG 11/859 f28 p1
1891 scholar, living with her family in Chelsfield Road, Orpington RG 12/634 f2 p1
1901-03-14 of Renfrew, Hatherley Road, Sidcup, Kent; bapt. at Holy Saviour, Croydon, Surrey parish register
1901 living on own means, visitor with Louisa W. Dixon at 23 Oakfield Rd, Croydon RG 13/641 f142 p42
1904-10-06 m. Herbert Long (1874–1953, b. Southsea), at Foots Cray, Kent GRO index; RG 14/34993 RD641 p12 and p1; British Army WWI pension records for her husband
Children: Robert Herbert (1905–1970), b. Aldershot, Hampshire; Ronald Godfrey (1909–1986), b. Eltham, Kent; and Mollie Avis (1922–1984), b. Ecclesall Bierlow RD GRO index; RG 14/34993 RD641 p12 and p1; National Probate Calendar; 1939 England and Wales Register (TNA: RG 101); British Army WWI pension records for her husband
1911 military—Egypt, Sierra Leone, South Africa and Sudan, living with her sons, apparently in married quarters; husband a battery qr: master sergt, of 'Z' battery, R.H.A. RG 14/34993 RD641 p12 and p1
1939-09-29 unpaid domestic duties, living with her husband (army officer retd) and daughter, at Fishers, Crouch Hoi Rd, Sevenoaks, Kent 1939 England and Wales Register
1953-08-28 of 15 Eltham Park Gardens, Eltham, London; executor of her husband's will National Probate Calendar
1962-08-24 widow, of 15 Eltham Park Gardens, Eltham, London S.E.9; d. Woolwich RD GRO index; National Probate Calendar
1962-09-28 admon at London to Robert Herbert Long, retired brigadier H.M. army; effects £3347 15s. National Probate Calendar


06. Edgar John Pollard

1878-04-16 b. St Mary Cray, Kent GRO index; censuses; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard', Ms book at West Sussex RO
1881 of Holly Lodge, Chelsfield Road, Orpington, Kent, living with his family, a nurse, and a groom & gardener TNA: RG 11/859 f28 p1
1891 scholar, living with his family in Chelsfield Road, Orpington TNA: RG 12/634 f2 p1
1897-04-28 journeyman butcher at Bexley Heath; gave evidence to the inquest into the death of his brother Frank Bromley & District Times, 1897-04-30
1900-03-19 m. Florence Emma Turner (1876–1958, b. Deptford, Kent), at Wandsworth RO GRO index; RG 13/692 f49 p15; RG14PN2684 RG78PN91 RD28 SD4 ED16 SN8; 1921 Census of Canada
Children: Ewart Edgar (1900–1982, b. Wandsworth, London), Montague Sandford (1903–1977, b. Orpington), Dudley Egerton (1905–1983, b. Welling, Kent), Florence Beryl (1906–2006, b. Greenwich, London), and Hilda Mabel (1915–1990, b. North Battleford, Saskatchewan, Canada) GRO index; RG 13/692 f49 p15; RG14PN2684 RG78PN91 RD28 SD4 ED16 SN8; 1921 Census of Canada; US border crossings from Canada to USA
1901 butcher, own account, living with his family in High Street, St Mary Cray RG 13/692 f49 p15
1906 immigrated to Canada 1921 Census of Canada
1908-10 butcher; with his family, arrived Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada; last resident in Prince Albert, Canada; final destination Kansas City, Missouri, USA US border crossings from Canada to USA
1911 foreman butcher, worker, living with his family in 4 rooms at 74 Lewisham Rd, Greenwich, London S.E. RG14PN2684 RG78PN91 RD28 SD4 ED16 SN8
1921 butcher, butcher's shop; living with his family on Lot 21, S 23rd St W, Battleford, Saskatchewan, Canada; Plymouth Brethren 1921 Census of Canada
1925 butcher, of Broom Street, Kaiapoi, New Zealand electoral roll
1928 butcher; living with his wife and son Montague in Broom St, Kaiapoi, Canterbury, New Zealand electoral roll
1935 butcher; living with his wife in Broom St, Kaiapoi, Canterbury electoral rolls
1938
1945-03-25 d. Kaiapoi, Canterbury, New Zealand New Zealand death index
1945-03-27 bur. plot 429, Row F, Kaiapoi Public Cemetery, New Zealand, with his wife New Zealand cemetery records


07. Sydney Septimus Pollard

1880-10-01 b. Orpington, Kent GRO index; censuses; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard', Ms book at West Sussex RO
1881 of Holly Lodge, Chelsfield Road, Orpington, Kent, living with his family, a nurse, and a groom & gardener TNA: RG 11/859 f28 p1
1891 scholar, living with his family in Chelsfield Road, Orpington TNA: RG 12/634 f2 p1
1897-05-26 bapt. Kent "England Births and Christenings, 1538–1975," database, FamilySearch: 6 December 2014, Sydney Septimus Pollard, 26 May 1897, citing Kent, reference frame 877, FHL microfilm 2,145,475
1901 one of 18 draper's assistants, workers, living at 124 & 126 North End, Croydon, Surrey RG 13/636 f5 p1
1907-12-30 commercial traveller in costumes, of 122 Lower Park Road, Peckham; m. Violet Woods (1884–1963, assistant in draper's costume departmt, of 3 Rye Lane, Peckham, b. Lee, Kent, d. of Henry Woods, surveyor), at St Chrysostom pc, Peckham, London, after banns parish register; GRO index; RG14PN2742 RG78PN94 RD29 SD2 ED13 SN103
Children: Phyllis Violet (1908–1998), b. Lee; and Joan Eliz. (1912 – after 1941), b. Lewisham RD GRO index; RG14PN2742 RG78PN94 RD29 SD2 ED13 SN103; 1939 England and Wales Register (TNA: RG 101)
1910/1912 of 69 Manor park, Lee, Lewisham, London electoral registers
1911 commercial traveller (costume), worker, living with his family and his mother-in-law in 7 rooms at 69 Manor Park, Lee, London S.E. RG14PN2742 RG78PN94 RD29 SD2 ED13 SN103
1917-09/1919-03-31 orderly, stretcher-bearer, London Ambulance Column, of 35 Handen Road, Lee, S.E.; volunteering for the British Red Cross Society City of London Branch, 56 hours a week, @ nil pay British Army, British Red Cross Society Volunteers
1931-05-19 commercial traveller; executor of his mother's will National Probate Calendar
1939-09-29 traveller, wholesale mantle[ . . . ], living with his wife and daughter at 14 Woodhall Gate, Harrow, Middlesex 1939 England and Wales Register
1971 Q2 d. Harrow RD GRO index


08. Lewis Allan Pollard

1880-10-02 b. Orpington, Kent GRO index; censuses; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard', Ms book at West Sussex RO
1881 of Holly Lodge, Chelsfield Road, Orpington, Kent, living with his family, a nurse, and a groom & gardener TNA: RG 11/859 f28 p1
1891 scholar, living with his family in Chelsfield Road, Orpington TNA: RG 12/634 f2 p1
1897-05-26 bapt. Kent "England Births and Christenings, 1538–1975," database, FamilySearch: 6 December 2014, Lewis Allen Pollard, 26 May 1897, citing Kent, reference frame 877, FHL microfilm 2,145,475
1901 draper's assistant, worker, living with his family and niece at Renfrew, Hatherly Rd, Foots Cray, Kent RG 13/694 f70 p57
1911 buyer (costumes), worker, living in 6 rooms at 'Shuckburgh', Burlington Terrace, Chislehurst, with his sister Carey's family and a servant RG 14/3708 RD42 ED4 SN280
1912-08-15 m.1. Daisy Barber (1887–1913, of 30 Ross Road, Wallington, Surrey, b. St Saviour, Southwark RD, d. of Robert Fergus Barber, commercial traveller), at St Michael and All Angels pc, South Beddington, Surrey, after banns GRO index; parish register
Child: Daisy L.B. (1913–2015), b. Croydon RD GRO index; Fallon Family Tree
1916 Q4 m.2. Florence Emma Dawe (1883–1968, b. Finchley, Middlesex), in Bromley RD GRO index; censuses
1916-12-11 buyer, of 49 Kingscote Rd, Croydon; conscripted into the Honourable Artillery Company, in Oxford St; 5 ft 6 in, 126 lbs, 35 in chest with 3 in expansion Surrey recruitment registers
1919-02-23 gunner 625742, Honourable Artillery Company, attd 309th Siege Bty Royal Garrison Artillery; of 49 Kingscote-road, Addiscombe, Croydon; d. France or Belgium, of pneumonia GRO index; UK World War I service medal and award rolls; CWGC; National Probate Calendar; HAC World War One record cards; HAC printed membership lists
bur. Caudry British Cemetery, Nord, France CWGC
1919-06-17 admon with will granted at London to Florence Emma Pollard, widow; effects £165 11s. 7d. National Probate Calendar
1919-08-12 widow sent £12 8s. 8d., including war grant of £11 UK Army registers of soldiers' effects
  entitled to Victory and British medals UK World War I service medal and award rolls; British Army World War I medal rolls index cards


09. Beatrice Mary Pollard

1883-03-06 b. St Mary Cray, Kent GRO index; censuses; William Pollard: 'Some Descendants of James and Mary Pollard', Ms book at West Sussex RO
1891 scholar, living with her family in Chelsfield Road, Orpington TNA: RG 12/634 f2 p1
1897-05-26 bapt. Kent "England Births and Christenings, 1538–1975," database, FamilySearch: 6 December 2014, Beatrice Mary Pollard, 26 May 1897, citing Kent, reference frame 877, FHL microfilm 2,145,475
1901 living with her family and niece at Renfrew, Hatherly Rd, Foots Cray, Kent RG 13/694 f70 p57
1904 Q3 m.1. Richard Max William Warsany (1878–1945, automobile tester, b. Germany), in Bromley RD GRO index; RG 14/3399 RD39 ED32 SN149; 1939 England and Wales Register (TNA: RG 101)
Children: Harold John Stuart (1905–1985, b. Sidcup, Kent), Richard Charles (1907–1985, b. Wellhall, Kent), and Geoffrey Carl (1909–2003, b. Walton, Liverpool) GRO index; RG 14/3399 RD39 ED32 SN149; National Probate Calendar
1911 living in 6 rooms at 26 Buller Road, Thornton Heath, Croydon, Surrey, with her family and a general servant RG 14/3399 RD39 ED32 SN149
1939-09-29 unpaid domestic duties, living at 64 Teevan Road, Croydon, with her husband and their son Richard 1939 England and Wales Register
1947 of 125 Brooklands Avenue, Sidcup; a man also registered there electoral register
1948 of 56 Longlands Park Crescent, Sidcup; also registered there are Arthur P. and Daisy L. Warsany electoral register
1949/1950 of 65 Park Hill Road, Sidcup; another couple also registered there electoral registers
1950 Q3 m.2. Francis Joseph East (1886–1964), in Woolwich RD GRO index
1961-08-11 of 35 Lovelace Green, Eltham, London S.E.9; d. Bexley Hospital, 1 Old Bexley Lane, Dartford, Kent GRO index; National Probate Calendar; Kent burials
1961-08-16 bur. grave E.12/238, unconsecrated or general area, Sidcup Cemetery, Sidcup, Kent cemetery register; Kent burials
1961-09-08 will proved at Oxford by Harold John Stuart Warsany, cost accountant; effects £343 9s. National Probate Calendar


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