Husband to Honor Lilice Wake Pollard and father to Ismay Elizabeth Wake Pollard. Appointed Surgeon Commander 22nd February 1936; appointed Surgeon Captain 6th January 1948; appointed Honorary surgeon to the Queen 22nd March 1956; retired 7th November 1957.
Inspector-General Evelyn Richard Hugh Pollard, R.N., died on October 9th at the Royal Naval Hospital, Chatham , aged 51. He entered the Royal Navy as surgeon, March 30th 1878, was made Staff Surgeon November 18th, 1882, Fleet Surgeon April 11th, 1891, Deputy Inspector-General August 23rd, 1899, and Inspector-General March 7th, 1904.As Surgeon of the Boadicea he landed with the Naval Brigade during the Zulu War in 1879, receiving a medal with clasp.He served with a battalion of the Royal Marines in the war in Egypt in 1882, and was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir.He was promoted for his services and granted a medal with clasp and the Khedive's bronze star. (Source http://europepmc.org/articles/pmc2382308)Husband to Mary Emma Pollard (nee) Johnson. Father of Evelyn Brooke Pollard, Frederic Hugh Pollard, Mary Hope Pollardand Ruth Elizabeth Florence Waddington (nee) Pollard
Frederic Hugh Pollard (1903 - 1955) Father to Michael Hugh Pollard. Attended St Edward’s School, Oxford. Joined Sarawak Civil. Evacuated to South Yarra, Melbourne, Australia in 1941. Joined Australian Army, evacuated to UK via America. Considered settling and farming in New Zealand but returned to UK. Lived in West Dean, Worcestershire before buying Lough Park, Castle Pollard, Co. Westmeath in 1946 where he farmed Kerry dairy cattle. Died Caber, Croglin near Penrith Cumbria 10th April 1955, while farming with his sister Mary Hope. Buried at Kirkoswald.
Anne Denn Pollard was born in 1831 in Torquay, the daughter of Robert Smith who served in the Royal Navy. In 1846, she married George Augustus Pollard and the couple had five children. After the birth of her children, Pollard began writing novels under the pseudonym "John Pomeroy" beginning with Raising the Veil (1862) for the publisher Bentley. She wrote a further seven novels, the latter ones for lesser publishers, and none seemed to have made much mark with the public. Her husband died in 1866 and as a widow she lived in London with two daughters. Rather late in life, in 1881, she married the younger George Shenton but the marriage was not successful (and may have ended in divorce). She died in 1893.(Source http://www.victorianresearch.org/atcl/show_author.php?aid=1729)Wife to George Augustus Pollard and mother to Evelyn Richard Hugh, George Northmore Arthur, Gustavus William, Florence Augusta and Georgina Harriet Anne.