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 Charles Teed Pollard

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Charles Teed Pollard

Birth
Death
10 Jan 1888 (aged 82)
Burial
Montgomery, Montgomery County, Alabama, USA
Plot
Square 6, Scott's Free Burying Ground (Gen. John Scott lot)
Memorial ID
8287569 View Source

As a founder of Saint John's Episcopal Church, he served its senior warden for 41 years.
He also founded the University of the South at Sewanee, Tennessee.
He built and served as the first president of the Montgomery Railroad.
When the State Capital building was being built, he was chairman of the building committee.

Charles Teed Pollard married Edna Matilda Freeman May 29, 1832. She died later the same year. On November 15, 1835 he married Emily Virginia Scott, daughter of General John Scott, one of the founders of Montgomery.

As a founder of Saint John's Episcopal Church, he served its senior warden for 41 years.
He also founded the University of the South at Sewanee, Tennessee.
He built and served as the first president of the Montgomery Railroad.
When the State Capital building was being built, he was chairman of the building committee.

Charles Teed Pollard married Edna Matilda Freeman May 29, 1832. She died later the same year. On November 15, 1835 he married Emily Virginia Scott, daughter of General John Scott, one of the founders of Montgomery.


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