Asa Davis Pollard (1805-1876) and his wife, Hannah Wallace (1802-1886), lived in Milton, New Hampshire; Charlestown, Massachusetts; Derry, New Hampshire; and Woburn, Massachusetts. They had seven children: Joseph Greeley (1833-1898), Cyrus Wallace, Edward, Emily Frances, George Frederick (1842-1864), Charles Henry, and Mary Susan. Joseph Greeley Pollard lived in Hudson, New Hampshire, and Derry, New Hampshire, before moving to Boston, Massachusetts, in the mid-1850s. He later lived in Woburn, Massachusetts, where he was a leather manufacturer; he was a member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives from 1866-1888, and a member of the state senate from 1869-1871. Cyrus Wallace Pollard lived in Boston, Massachusetts, and Woburn, Massachusetts, in the 1850s and moved to Albany, New York, around 1863. Emily Frances Pollard lived with her parents in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. George Frederick Pollard served in the Union Army during the Civil War; he died during the Battle of Laurel Hill in May 1864.