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My Pollard Family

Pollards of Market Harborough Leictershire

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    Year

    Date

    Name

 Parents , Spouse

          or Age  

Spouse or Event

1778

Nov 15

Catherine

Robert & Mary

Christening

1774

July 25

Robert 

Andrew & Eliz

Christening

1755

Dec 1

Andrew 

Elisabeth Atkins

Marriage

1771

Jan 23

Martha

Andrew & Elis

Christening

1777

April 17

Rebechah

Andrew & Elis

Christening

1779

Dec 11

Rebechah

Andrew & Elis

Christening

1780

Jan 24

Ann 

Robert & Mary

Christening

1759

Dec 22

Elizabeth

Burial 

1767

July 10 

Martha

Burial

1771

Nov 18

Elisabeth

Burial

1774

Aug 21

Robert 

Burial

1779

Aug 17

Jack

Burial

1803

Feb 15 

Mary 

James Birtles/ Catherine Pollard

Birth

1825

Jan 2

Catherine

James & Elizabeth

Christening

1825

Feb 5

Mary

Richard & Mary

Christening

1827

Jan 20

George

James & Elizabeth

Christening

1828

May 4

Sarah

Richard & Mary

Christening

1829

Feb 15

Richard

William / Ellen

Christening

1829

Aug 9 

Mary 

James /Elizabeth

Christening

1830

Dec 12

Samuel

William / Ellen

Christening

1832

Jan 5

Susannah

Ann Pollard

Christening

1832

Oct 8

Hariett

William / Ellen

Christening

1835

April 19

Robert

Robert / Ann

Christening

1835

April 26

Thomas

James / Elizabeth

Christening

1837

March 3

Eliza 

James / Ann 

Christening

1837

June 25 

Thomas

Robert / Ann

Christening

1838

March 25

Ann

James / Ann

Christening

1839

Nov 17

Rebecca

James / Ann

Christening

1841

Oct 10

Mary-Ann

James / Ann

Christening

1842

Jan 7 

James

James / Ann

Christening

1843

Dec 19

Richard

James / Ann

Christening

1844

April 4

Charles 3 yrs

Robert / Ann

Christening

1844

April 4 

Elizabeth

Robert / Ann

Christening

1845

Jan 12

Susan

James / Ann

Christening

1846

Nov 29

William

James / Ann

Christening

1848

April 4

Betsy

James / Ann

Christening

1849

April 4 

Thomas

George / Eliza

Christening

1849

June 15

Samuel

James / Ann

Christening

1851

Sept 2

George

George / Eliza

Christening

1852

Nov 27

Catherine

Ann

Christening

1853

July 31

Louisa

George /Eliza

Christening

1853

Sept 9

William 

Samuel/ Mary-Ann

Christening

1856

March 3

Samuel

Samuel/ Mary-Ann

Christening

1858

Feb 14

Sarah Ann

Samuel /Mary-Ann

Christening

1860

Nov 11

George Percy

George / Eliza 

Christening

1860

Nov 11

James Rowland

George / Eliza

Christening

1862

July 16

George

Robert / Mary

Christening

1862

July 16

Lillie Eliza

George /Eliza

Christening

1863

July 12

Edward 4 yrs

James/ Mary-Ann

Christening

1863

July 12

James

James/Mary-Ann

Christening

1864

March 3

George

Samuel/ Mary-Ann

Christening

1864

Dec 11

James

Thomas/Mary-Ann

Christening

1868

Nov 1

Rebecca

Samuel/Mary-Ann

Christening

1872

July 7

Elizabeth Ann

Thomas/Lucy-Ann

Christening

1874

Aug 2

Emily Maria

Thomas/Lucy-Ann

Christening

1875

Sept 9

Kate

Thomas/Lucy-Ann

Christening

1802

Sept 9

Catherine

James Birtles

Marriage

1836

James

Ann Dalby

Marriage

1820

Aug 17

Elizabeth 

John Townsend

Marriage

1831

Oct 30

Elizabeth

Samuel Thompson

Marriage

1834

May 15

Ellen

Edward Bale

Marriage

1814

Jan 24

Mary 

63 years

Buried

1820

Nov 24

Elizabeth 

78 years

Buried

1823

Aug 24

Beddy

32 years

Buried

1828

Oct 15

Richard

21 years

Buried

1831

Feb 22

Samuel

10 weeks

Buried

1832

Jan 9 

Susanna

2 days

Buried

1832

March 19

William

39 yrs

Buried

1834

Sept 6 

Harriet

1 year

Buried

1837

Nov 9 

Thomas

10 mths

Buried

1838

Feb 16

Elizabeth

71 years

Buried

1838

Oct 25

Ann 

8 months

Buried

1843

Feb 9

Richard

77 yrs

Buried

1848

April 24

Betsy

1 mth

Buried

1850

Feb 3 

Samuel

14 weeks

Buried

1851

Sept 9 

George

1 week

Buried

Name

Date of Birth

Date of event

Parents

Mothers parents

James 

26 Dec 1828

18 March 1829

Nick / Mary

James / Mary

Ann

1 April 1798

28 April 1798

Richard/ Eliza

Elizabeth

3 May 1802

20 July 1802

Richard/ Eliza

John 

9 June 1794

20 June 1794

Richard/ Mary

Samuel

10 June 1799

20 July 1802

Richard/Eliza

Rebecca

26 Sept 1809

10 Jan 1810

Richard/Eliza

John

6 May 1804

22 Nov 1804

Richard/Eliza

John/Eliza Buzzard

James

9 Jan 1807

24 Feb 1809

Richard/Eliza

Caroline

15 Sept 1823

19 Dec 1823

Samuel/Rebecca

Sarah 

2 Jan 1836

28 June 1836

Samuel/Rebecca

James / Sarah Pollard

Sarah Ann

20 Aug 1831

7 Dec 1833

Samuel/Rebecca

Henry

23 May 1827

5 June 1827

Samuel/Rebecca

Samuel

26 Nov 1833

7 Dec 1833

Samuel/Rebecca

William

27 Aug 1792

11 Sept 1792

Thomas /Ann

Died 17 Aug 1794

Thomas 

8 July 1791

23 Oct 1791

Thomas /Ann

Elizabeth

10 Dec 1796

31 Jan 1797

Thomas/Ann

Ann 

2 Dec 1800

25 Feb 1801

Thomas/Ann

Martha

8 Oct 1795

12 Oct1795

Thomas/Ann

Died 20 Oct 1795

Samuel

Sept 1798

20 Oct 1798

Thomas/Ann

Thomas/Sarah? Pain

Sarah

9 Jan 1794

12 June 1794

Thomas/Ann

Sarah

Age 1 yr 4 m

3 Feb 

Buried

Mrs Pollard

Age 66 yrs

14 Feb 1824

Buried

Thomas 

Age 75 yrs

24 March 1836

Buried

Martha 

Age 16 days

20 Oct 1795

Buried

William 

Age 2 yrs

17 Aug 1794

Buried

Ann Pain

Now Pollard

1785

Accepted for 

Communion

Thomas

26 

1 Nov 1787

Accepted for 

Communion

Rebecca

Feb 1833

Accepted for 

Communion

Accepted for 

Communion

A note in the pages of Communion book found&ldots;

At a Church meeting January 2 1805 Thomas Pollard was exhiled from communion of the Church by the consent approbation of all present. It appears that his conduct has been exceedingly unbecoming the Gospel. He has been suspended from the Lords table a considerable time. Massages from the Church have been sent frequently he has always acknowledged with appropriate&ldots;&ldots;.. his wicked conduct yet continued in his abominable practices. This being the case it was thought right accordingly to apart to head &ldots;&ldots;. To excommunicate him. G.Gill