Categories: Anzacs, World War One.
William volunteered in 1915 to serve in the AIF , he enlisted in Melbourne Service Number: 213
Rank: Private, (served as temporary Corporal and sergeant )
Roll title: 3 Light Horse Field Ambulance - 1 to 14 Reinforcements (February 1915 - January 1916)
Conflict / Operation: First World War, 1914-1918
Date of embarkation: 17 June 1915
Place of embarkation: Melbourne
Ship embarked on: HMAT Wandilla A62
William's service records are available here 
William was a Committee Member of the St Kilda Football Club. Sadly he died in a car accident on Christmas Eve aged 35. Leaving a widow Alice.
POLLARD. — On the 24th December (the re sult of motor accident). Bill, the dearly loved husband of Alice Pollard, aged 35 years. A sunny smile always. POLLARD. — On the 24th December (result ot motor accident), William Charles Sydney, dearly beloved husband of Alice, loved voungest son of William and Charlotte Pol lard,. of 102 Tennyson-street, Elwood, aged 35 years. POLLARD.— On the. 24th December, Will, he-loved son-in-law of Mrs. Ross, and brother-in-law of Margaret. Thy will be done. POLLARD. — On the 23rd December (the result of an accident), William (Bill) Pollard committeeman of the St. Kilda Football Club. 
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