Nb. Mentioned in his Father's will.
Retired to Bath, Somerset, in July 1783.
Will of Dr. Thomas Pollard:- To my wife Caroline Henrietta Pollard, all her jewels, plate wearing apparel that she was possessed of at the time of her marriage and since given to her. I have by deed granted to my son Walter Pollard my equal half part of two parcels of land in Virginia which were drawn in the lottery of Colonel Bird between John Tucker, Esq., of the Parish of St. Michael Barbados and myself. I hereby confirm the gift and also 20 pounds most sincerely regretting it is not in my power to make more ample provision for him, the very limited state of my fortune totally putting it out of my power.
My executrices named to sell any part of my residuary estate. And whereas I have received and used considerable sums of money the property of my said wife, I direct the money arising from such sale to be equally divided between my said wife and my daughter Ruth Pollard, and I appoint them executrices of my will. Dated 10th March 1786. Proved 10 April 1786. Allowed in Barbados 1 June 1786 and again recorded there in 1798.
Probate issuing out of Prerogative Court of Canterbury on 10 April 1786, of Will of Thomas Pollard of the City of Bath, Dr. of Physic granted to daughter Ruth, spinster, one of the executors.
Ruth Pollard of Bath, spinster, executrix and residuary devisee then appointed John
Tucker, Paul Bedford and Thomas Peerce all of Barbados with Powers of Attorney 17 April 1786.
On Ruth Gardiner's death 5 Feb 1797, Mrs. Caroline Henrietta Pollard of Bath widow and relict
of Thomas Pollard deceased, and surviving executrix, appointed Joseph Mayers, Paul Bedford
and Francis Workman 27 July 1797, with powers of Attorney.