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Richard John Pollard (1873 - 1936)

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Richard John Pollard
Born in Creswick, Victoria, Australiamap
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Died in Creswick, Victoria, Australiamap
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RICHARD POLLARD was born on 12 June 1872, in Creswick, to Joseph James Eddy Pollard and Jane (Jenny) McMurtrie. He was christened on 2 May 1884, aged 11, in Creswick. Richard died on 20 October 1936, aged 64, in Creswick. He was buried on 27 October 1936 in Creswick Cemetery.

Obituary POLLARD - On the 26th October at Cres wick hospital, Richard, husband of Jessie, and father of Ivy (Mrs Shaw, Moulamein, N.S.W.), Glen (Mrs. Denness, Keilor), Eddie, and Cora (Mrs. Cartledge, Creswick), aged 63 years.[1]

JESSIE ALLEN MITCHELL was born in 1882, in Creswick. Jessie died in 1961, aged about 79, in Creswick. Richard Pollard aged about 29, married Jessie Allen Mitchell, aged about 19, in 1901.


  • BDM Victoria birth 15903

With thanks to Norman John McMurtrie who provided his research

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