Nb. Mentioned in his Aunt Elizabeth Pollard's and his Father's Wills.
Source. She died aged 33 in 1793 (From Monumental Inscriptions of Barbados, p. 194)
Nb. on his death his brother John became the head of the senior branch of the Barbados Family.
Nb. The first seven children were baptised in Barbados, but, about 1797, John Pollard emigrated
to Demerara as may be seen from Powers of Attorney which he gave to his representatives in
"Joh Pollard of St. Michaels Barbados, but intending shortly to go to the Colony of Demerara, appoints brother Armell Henry Pollard of St. Michael Barbados with Powers of Attorney". Dated 7 March 1796.
John Pollard, native of the Island of Barbados but now residing in Demerara, appoints Lynch Thomas of Barbados with Powers of Attorney. 24 Aug 1807.
He is said to have owned an estate known as "Spring Hall" on the East Coast of Demerara.
His will has not been found either in Barbados or Georgetown, Demerara. All dates of births
and deaths are from family records made by W.B.Pollard for the period 1788-1877.
Nb. James Shepherd Pollard of the Colony of Demerara appoints his brother Armell Henry Pollard, gent., of Barbados, with powers of attorney, 13 Sept. 1765.
Will of James Shepherd Pollard of St. Michael Barbados.
Abstract:- To my brother John Pollard 25 pounds. To my brother Armell Henry Pollard certain slaves, 75 pounds and all the balance of my estate, and appoint him executor. Dated 17 April 1795. Proved 16 March 1799.