Pollard Sisters

Pollard Sisters

Daughters of Jesse D. and Martha Langston Pollard. They were the granddaughters of Jesse and Julia Weatherford Pollard. Their father Jesse D. Pollard came to Missouri around 1857.

Photo taken in 1936 at a family reunion. This is where the families were living at the time of the reunion.

Left to right,

Julia born May 17, 1857 married John Harrison Clemens and lived in Wier Kansas
Mary Sue born April 2, 1862 Married James W. Higgins and lived at Arkansas City, Kansas
Louisa Ellen born Feb 25, 1866 Married John L. Clark and lived Mirable, Missouri
Ann Belle born April 2, 1867 married Thomas Wollard and lived in Ray County, Missouri
Heuldah born April 2,, 1870 married William Kincaid and lived in Braman, Okla
Inez born October 14,1876 married Charles O. Robinson and lived Mirable, Missouri
Carrie May born August 21,1879 married Martin Sharp and lived Elmira, Missouri

Submitted by William E. Pollard, great nephew

Thank you for posting the

Thank you for posting the photo of the Pollard Sisters. Louisa and her husband John L. Clark are our ancestors ! What a beautiful photo !
Susan

pollard sisters

Hi, Glad you like the Pollard sisters. Their brother died in Dec 1936. He was not in the picture so I think the picture was taken at the reunion in 1937. I met Mary Wilhoit at the nsg home in Excelsior Springs shortly before she died as she told my d-i-l who was working there in nsg she had Pollard relatives. I was fortunate to have a picture of her and my husband together. My husband is the Pollard and Ella Louise would be his great aunt. He remembers meeting some of the Clark sons when his family (Raymond Pollard would visit them). I contacted Mary's daughter Mrs Flood and was to go visit with her about genealogy but last year was not a good one for us. Hopefully may be able to work on my lists again this summer. Mrs Wilhoit told me she had many old pictures and I hope we get to visit Mrs Flood this year.
The sisters had a jug they passed around each time they all were together and hid it in someones suitcase before they separated. They must of had good times.

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