Source. Lowsley Pedigree
Source. St Michael Parish Registry says she was 78 when she died in 1712
Source. St Michael Parish Registry
Nb. Mentioned in the deed of sale by his sister Elizabeth.
Will Abstract:- To my daughter Mary Culpeper, wife of Alleyne Culpeper formerly Mary Pollard. 200 pounds and my largest silver salver. To my grandson Abel Alleyne Culpeper, son of Alleyne and Mary 100 pounds. To my granddaughter born last Sunday 25 Sept. instant and not yet christened, 100 pounds.
To my daughter Anne Franklin, wife of Nicholas
Franklin formerly Ann Pollard 250 pounds and my other silver salver. To
my grandson Jonathon John Franklin son of the said Nicholas Franklin and Ann his wife
100 pounds and to the child expected to the said Ann 100 pounds. Residue to my two sons
John Pollard and Armell Henry Pollard when the latter attains 21. If they both die
under 21, I give my estate to two grandsons, Abel Alleyne Culpeper and Jonathan John
Franklin. Executors and guardians of my sons, Mr Henry Edey and Mr William Butler.
Dated 29 Sep 1757. Proved 3 Jan 1758.
Nb. Her Will:- To my nephews John Polard and Henry Armell Pollard 3 acres in St. Michael,
and if both should die under 21 to my niece Mary Culpeper. To Mary Culpeper 1 negro
slave and a cow Betty and also a slave for Mary Culpeper's child to be born. To Mary
Culpeper my interest in the estate called Kirtons... To Dr. Nicholas Franklin's son
Johnathan a cow called Cherry... Appoints Alleyne Culpeper and Dr N Franklyn exors.
Dated 26 Feb 1754. N.B. On March 1755, Elizabeth Pollard made a deed of sale to her
brother John Pollard for the within 3 acres of land in St. Michael for 100 pounds.
Her will was proved 6th Aug 1755.