|Death: ||Jun. 22, 1905|
Mr. Charles Edgar Pollard, of the firm of Fidler and Pollard, tinners and plumbers, on east Main Street, died at the "Retreat for the Sick" Thursday afternoon at 5:30 o'clock, where he was taken for surgical treatment.
His remains were taken to the home of his mother, No. 424 North Thirty-third Street, after being prepared for burial.
He is survived by his wife, Lee Eubank Pollard, and one child, his mother, Mrs. Maggie A. Pollard, and three sisters, Mrs. Chastine Attkisson, Grace E. and Alma V. Pollard, and three brothers, Robert T., William A. and Waverley B. Pollard.
Mr. Pollard was born in Charles City county, Va., August 13, 1873, but has since lived in Richmond the most of his life. He was well known throughout the city, had a wide circle of friends and was greatly beloved by those with whom he came in contact.
He was a member of Black Gum Camp, No. 15, Woodmen of the World, Daughters of Liberty and the J. O. U. A. M.; and he was also a member of the Union Station Methodist Episcopal Church.
The funeral services will be conducted by the Rev. John Hannon, D. D., of Danville, Va., assisted by the Rev. R. M. Maxey, of Union Station, this afternoon at 4: 30 o'clock, from the hours, and the interment will be in Oakwood Cemetery. The Times-Dispatch, Saturday, June 24, 1905.
POLLARD - Died, Thursday evening, June 22d, at 5 o'clock, Charles E. Pollard, in his thirty-second year. He leaves a wife (formerly Miss Lee Eubank) and one child. Funeral this (Saturday) afternoon at 4:30 o'clock from the residence of his mother, No. 424 N. Thirty-third Street. Friends of the family respectfully invited to attend.
Lee Eubank Pollard (1878 - 1959)*
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