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Ann (Hughes) Pollard (abt. 1674 - 1760)

Ann (Anne) Pollard formerly Hughes aka Perkins
Born about in Virginiamap
Daughter of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Wife of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
[children unknown]
Died in Goochland, Goochland, Virginiamap
Profile last modified | Created 12 Oct 2010
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Disputed Origins

A previous version of this profile claimed she was daughter of Trader Hughes and a Native American mother, Nicketti. However, both of these parents are fictional, and Ann's origins (and maiden name) are not known.


Ann was born about 1674. Ann Hughes ... She passed away in 1760. [1]


  1. Entered by Susan Mae Stevenson, Sep 2, 2011

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Yes, I think Pollard-914 is the real person. The only Joseph or Stephen Joseph Pollard I could find was the one who was in Goochland County in 1754. Pollard-135 appears to be a duplicate or mish-mash of the actual Joseph Pollard, Pollard-814 - who was married to Priscilla, not to a woman named "Anne Hughes." I don't find any evidence for the existence of anyone named "John Hughes" in Jamestown or early Maryland. There is a "John Hughes" whose death is recorded in Middlesex County, VA in 1718. It's more than unlikely that this was a man born in England in 1615. A man named John Hughes came to Virginia about 1650, but I don't find any land patent for him prior to 1666. Most of the documents I find attached to “John Rice Hughes” on the Internet are clearly related to the real man, the first Rice Hooe or his son of the same name.

commented Jul 29, 2018 by Kathie Forbes G2G6 Mach 9 edited Jul 29, 2018 by Kathie Forbes Okay, forgive me; I'm having difficulty translating all this. What do we need to do here? Do I understand that we should merge Stephen Joseph Pollard away into Pollard-914 and detach Anne Hughes as his spouse (or merge her away into Priscilla Hoomes?

And that John Hughes, the trader, should not have any spouse or children attached to him? commented Jul 29, 2018 by Jillaine Smith G2G6 Pilot I don’t think there’s any evidence that Stepen Pollard exists, and he seems to have some if the attributes of the real Joseph, so yes, I would merge. I don’t know who Ann might be or if she existed in any form. Also no evidence of a ‘Trader’ Hughes in this time and place, so I would detach him. commented Jul 29, 2018 by Kathie Forbes G2G6 Mach 9

posted by Dennis Simpson
Norman, she was born a good generation after her supposed father died. Should we detach her from these parents?
posted by Jillaine Smith

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