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Jesse J Pollard (1876-1960)

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Jesse J Pollard was born 1876 in Polo, Caldwell County, Missouri, United States to William Jesse Pollard (1838-1911) and Martha Ribelin (1838-1906) and died 1960 in Missouri, United States of unspecified causes. He married Sophia E Frye (1883-1967) 1902 in Buchanan County, Missouri, United States. Notable ancestors include Henry II of England (1133-1189), William I of England (1027-1087), Charlemagne (747-814), Hugh Capet (c940-996), Rurik (c832-879), Alfred the Great (849-899). Ancestors are from the United States, Germany, France, England, the United Kingdom, Russia, Ukraine, Belgium, Spain, Portugal, Israel, Hungary, the Netherlands, Ireland, Belarus, Italy, Turkey.




Children


Offspring of Jesse J Pollard and Sophia E Frye (1883-1967)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Leon E Pollard (c1907-)
Milton A Pollard (c1909-)
Henry F Pollard (c1911-)
Orville C Pollard (c1914-)


Public Records

  • United States Census:
    • 1880 - Grant Twp., Caldwell Co., MO
    • 1900 - Washington Twp., Buchanan Co., MO
    • 1910 - Washington Township, Buchanan County, Missouri #267
      • Jessie J Pollard, 32 MO, farmer
      • Sophia Pollard, 27 MO, married 7 years, 2 of 2 children living
      • Leon E Pollard, 4 MO
      • Milton Pollard, 1 10/12 MO
    • 1920 - Washington Township, Buchanan County, Missouri #156
      • Jessie J Pollard, 43 MO, truck farmer
      • Sophia Pollard, 36 MO
      • Leon E Pollard, 13 MO
      • Milton A Pollard, 11 MO
      • Henry F Pollard, 9 MO
      • Orville C Pollard, 6 MO
  • Social Security Death Index
    • Sophia E. Pollard 17 Aug 1883 15 Mar 1967 Saint Joseph, Buchanan, Missouri




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Contributors

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