David, son of Samuel Pollard, was born by 1707 as he would of been at least 21 years of age when he witnessed the will of Samuel Pratt, Sr. of Taunton on May 31, 1728.
David was brought before the Bristol County Court on April 8, 1735 to answer to the complaint by Mehitable Owen for "Begitting her With Child." He was ordered bound to appear at the next term as she had not yet "Delivered." He returned to court on the second Tuesday of July, 1735; fined three pounds and Mehitable agreed to the weekly maintenance. David ordered to be bound to save the town of any support charges. Samuel Pollard, his father, and Samuel Pollard Jr, his brother were sureties.
He married Lydia Woodward of Taunton, MA on July 29,1740. They had at least four children, as can be seen in the next paragraph, but none were recorded.
Undated entry - David Pollard of Taunton, MA with his wife and four children were warned out of Raynham, MA. The order was returned to the court on March 10, 1752.
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