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. She was living in Barbados in 1731 and witnessed a baptism at St. Michael of Avis Freeman
in that year. The Barry family were among those which settled in St. Andrew's Parish
Jamaica in 1633.
Nb. Mentioned in his Aunt Elizabeth Pollard's Will.
WIll of John Pollard of St. Philip parish, Barbados. Abstract:-
To my wife Susannah Pollard, she maintaining my children during their minority; all my lands, buildings and slaves for her life and at her decease to my daughter, Mary Gould Pollard, six slaves (named) at 21 and also 500 pounds to be paid her 3 years after my son John Robert Pollard shall come into possession of my estate. To my wife the interest on money due to me by Captain John Smith during her life, and after her death I give it to my said daughter Mary Gould Pollard 300 pounds and slaves to be sold to make up her legacy to 800 pounds.
After my wife's death to my son
John Robert Pollard at 21 all the residue of my estate and failing his issue one half to
my wife and one half to my natural daughters, and if wife not living, then all natural born
daughters. Dated 21 Nov 1777. Witnesses:- Nathaniel Curtis Pollard, Jonathan Franklin Snow,
Joseph Taylor, Jesias King. Proved 19 Mar 1778.
Nb. Mentioned in his Aunt Elizabeth Pollard's and his Father's Wills.