Nb. of St. Michael. Mentioned in the wills of his brothers, James Thomas and Richard.
At the Census of 1680 John Pollard had 5 acres of land and no bought servants or negroes.
John Pollards will is dated 5 Oct 1685 and was proved in 1687. Abstract:- My son James
Pollard, also money in his grandfather John Clare's estate in the Parish of St. George.
My second son, Richard, the 3 acres of land left him by my brother Richard Pollard. My
son John Pollard, a share of what was bequeathed me by my brother-in-law Wm. Clare. My
daughter Sarah Pollard for ever and my daughter Anne Pollard. My wife Anne Pollard
Source. She was 64 at the St Michael census of 1715.
Nb. Her will was dated 17 Jul 1716 and was proved 7 Nov 1722. Will of Anne Pollard, widow
of St. Michael, Barbados:- To my granddaughter Mary Bunyon one negro woman. She is to
be sole executrix.
Nb. Mentioned in his uncle Thomas's will. Probably died young.
Nb. Mentioned in his fathers will. His Will made at St. Michael, Barbados and dated 28
Dec 1734, was proved 20 May 1736. Abstract:- To all his children he left
slaves and appointed 'my above said sons and daughter to be my Executors and Executrix of
this my last Will and Testament'. He also directed that they should have the use of his
house 'till they alter their condition'.