Nb. His will is signed Robert Jeff Pollard, Bapt. records only Robert Pollard
Abstract:- The money I have out, to be immediately collected to pay my debts and the
balance to be put out at interest together with the money which shall accrue from the
sale of a chaise and gelding and all my shop medicines and such interest money with
my negro labour and the profits of my land shall be applied to maintain my children.
To my wife 2 slaves and To my son James my land and buildings to be given him when my
two youngest daughters attain 21 or marry. To my son James and daughters Rebecca,
Elizabeth, Mary and Sarah, certain slaves equally. My wife to be executrix. Dated
15 Feb 1767. Robt. Jeff Pollard. Proved 27 March 1767.
Nb. Named in his father's WIll.
Will of James Pollard of St. Philip Parish, Barbados, (sic)
To my nephew Robert James Stout a red cow. To my wife Ann Pollard residue during her widowhood with the incumbrance of my mother's free access and living in the place and to be provided for out of the same as in my lifetime. I direct Mr. Richard Kettlewell, father of my wife, does not trouble himself in the affairs of my estate as in that case I give the same to my nephew Robert James Stout, he paying each of his brothers Thomas Stoute and Edward Stoute 100 pounds each. And after my wife's death or marriage, I give my estate to my nephew the said Robert James Stoute.
I appoint my wife and my trusty friend Mr. Brian Tayler as executrix and
Dated 24 October 1789. James Pollard. Edward Stoute. John Gibbs. Proved 20 Jan 1790.
Nb. Triplet (Not baptised, which suggests he/she probably died)