Children of Samuel and Angelina Jarvis

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William Hugh Jarvis 01. (William) Hugh Jarvis

1844-04-29 b. at Whittakers Street, Chatham, Kent birth certificate
1844-06-05 bapt. St Mary Chatham parish register
1851 scholar, of Magpie Hall, Chatham, living with his family and a house servant TNA: PRO HO 107/1611 f219 p18
1861 apprentice baker, of Chatham Hill, Chatham, living with his mother and give siblings PRO RG 9/482 f168 p32
  worked for Mark Packer, baker, and eventually opened his own bakery Harold Jarvis (1980) "From Whence We Came. The Life Story of Albert Jarvis (1877–1966)", typescript
1868-06-14 baker of Gun Lane, Strood; m. Elizabeth Jane Lampard (1847–1938, d. William Henry Lampard, painter) at Strood pc, by banns marriage certificate; scanned newspaper article from Andrew Jarvis; Jarvis (1980); Lampard Allen Family Tree
1871 baker, of Stevens Cottages, Chatham Hill, Chatham, living with his wife in same house as parents RG 10/911 f68 p7
Children: Hugh Alfred (1873–1952), Albert (1877–1966), William Henry (1880–1966), Elizabeth Emily (1883 – after 1936), Maud (cal 1889 – after 1936), and two sons who died in infancy birth certificates; censuses; GRO index; Harold Jarvis (1980); information from Andrew Jarvis
1873 baker (master) son's birth certificate
1875-06-24 baker, of Upwell St Peter, Norfolk bishop's transcripts
1876-06-11
1881 baker, of 2 Middle Street, Gillingham, Kent, living with his wife, three children, and sister-in-law RG 9/482
baker journeyman, of 2 Middle Street, Chatham son's birth certificate
1883 baker (master), of 12 Middle Street, Brompton daughter’s birth certificate
188x fancy bread & biscuit maker, cornfactor and mealman; hay, straw, bran, chaff, etc, at wholesale rates; army and navy messes supplied; of 12 Middle Street, Old Brompton, opposite the Royal Dockyard Hotel invoice, filed at Jarvisdescendants Yahoo group
1887-11-17 baker (master), of 12 Middle Street, Brompton daughter's birth certificate
1891 as 'Robert Lampard', master baker, employer, living with his wife and five children at 33 Old Kent Road, St George the Martyr, Southwark RG 12/344 f183 p4
1892-08-18

William Hayden, of 44, Wivenhoe-road, Peckham, traveller; William Borrams, 38, alias Stone, High-street, Peckham, confectioner; Hugh Jarvis, 40, alias Blackman, Long-lane, Bermondsey, broker; and Albert Hennesey, 39, alias Owen, Cottenham-road, Holloway, were charged with being concerned with others not in custody in unlawfully conspiring by false and fraudulent pretences to obtain divers goods with intent to cheat and defraud.—The sworn information of Mr. Frederick Burris, margarine agent, of Bristol, upon which the warrant for the arrest of the Prisoners was issued, was read by the clerk. It showed that in May Mr. Burris advertised for a traveller to represent him in London on commission. Hayden answered the advertisement, and was ultimately engaged. Shortly afterwards he sent in a large number of orders to the value of about 500l., and they were executed to the value of 450l., but of that amount only 27l. 10s. had been paid.—The information of Detectives Symes, Williamson, and Brockwell, of the Criminal Investigation Department, Scotland-yard, having also been read over, the Prisoners were remanded and bail was refused.

London Standard, 1892-08-18
1892-08-25

LONG FIRM FRAUDS.

At the Lambeth Police Court yesterday William Hayden, 44, traveller, Wifenhoe-road; William Burrows, alias Stone, 39, High-street, Peckham, baker and confectioner, and formerly of The Parade, Hanwell, and other places; Hugh Jarvis, alias Blockman, 40, Long-lane, Bermondsey; and Albert Hennesey, alias Owen, 39, Cottenham-road, Holloway, and St. James's-road, Holloway, grocer, were charged on remand before Mr. Biron, Q.C., with being concerned with others not in custody with conspiring to obtain by false pretences divers goods with intent to defraud.—Mr. Sydney defended Hayden and Burrows.—Upon the case being called on, Detective-sergeants Brockwell and Williamson asked for a further remand.—Sergeant Williamson informed his worship that in consequence of the report of the first hearing of the case being noticed in the Press information had been received from some 40 or 50 firms in different parts of the country, and that morning two or three gentlemen had arrived at the Court who between them had been defrauded to the extent of some £3,000. The officer added that the Treasury had undertaken to prosecute, but to enable the necessary evidence to be collected a further remand was required.—Mr. Biron granted a further remand, and refused to take bail at present for any of the prisoners.

Morning Post, 1892-08-25
1892-08-31

ALLEGED LONG FIRM FRAUDS.

At Lambeth Police Court this afternoon, William Hayden, of 44, traveller, Wivenhoe-road; William Burrows, alias Stone, 59, High-street, Peckham, broker and confectioner; Hugh Jarvis, alias Blackman, Long-lane, Bermondsey; and Albert Hennesy, alias Owen, Cottenham-road, Holloway; Robert B. Salisbury, 37, trading as Oakley and Co., flour factors, Victoria Park; Henry Adolphus Buxton Rice, 64, Wyndham-road, Edmonton-street, Camberwell; and George Staab, 32, broker, Lower Marsh and Old Kent-road, were charged on remand with long firm frauds, it being alleged that they had conspired to obtain goods from persons in various parts of the country with intent to defraud. Since the previous hearing numerous further cases of the alleged fraud have been charged against the accused, and the prosecution has been taken up by the Treasury. The Court was filled with persons, amongst whom it was stated that there were several victims of the alleged malpractices, including traders from Bristol, Leeds, &c. The Treasury solicitor said one Frederick Franklin had been added to the list of prisoners, and he understood another person had just been taken. He, therefore, applied for a remand. Prisoners were remanded without bail.

Nottingham Evening Post, 1892-08-31
1892-09-01 . . . "Mr. Druce represented the Prisoner Jarvis." London Standard, 1892-09-01
1892-11-24 as well as Hayden, Burrows, Jarvis, Hennessey, Salisbury, Rice, Staab, and Franklin, defendants now include William Robert Jackson, William Harland, Henry George Morris, William Robert Taylor, and Karl Andrew Wassenaar. "This was the 21st hearing of the case, and some 74 witnesses have been examined." London Standard, 1892-11-24
1892-11-26 Franklin discharged, but all others committed to trial at the Central Criminal Court. . . "Mr. Biron, the presiding Magistrate . . . desired to add that Detective-sergeants Brockwell and Williamson deserved very great credit for the manner in which they had worked so heavy and difficult a case." Six of the accused were bound on bail of £300, all others (including Hugh Jarvis) on £100. London Standard, 1892-11-26
1892-12-21 with others, convicted of fraud at the Old Bailey; sentenced to 3 years’ penal servitude. Had been trading as a Mr H. Blackman, Bakery Stores, of 44 Long Lane, Bermondsey; also as H. Blackman, The Crown Bakery and Confectionery Stores, 30, Crown Street, Camberwell. Had moved from Charlton to Crown Street, thence to Long Lane www.oldbaileyonline.org, ref. t18921212-140, accessed 2008-06-17
  All 13 defendants were found guilty. Hugh Jarvis was one of four who were sentenced to 3 years' penal servitude, while nine others received sentences of greater severity, up to 10 years' penal servitude. Bristol Mercury, 1892-12-22
 

Grandfather Hugh, who previously had been in a bakery business with my Great Uncle [ . . . ] at 320 High Street, Chatham, Kent, and then after that partnership, Grandfather Hugh worked for Mark Packer, another baker, and eventually opened his own bakery, in the 1880's and 90's, located at 12 Middle Street, Old Brompton, in which he made a general line of baked goods, specializing in fancy breads and biscuits. He also conducted a business at the same address as a Cornfactor and Mealman, selling hay, straw, chaff, etc. at wholesale prices. He was a supplier to many army and navy messes in both lines of business.

Harold Jarvis (Christmas 1980) 'From Whence We Came. The Life Story of ALBERT JARVIS (1877 - 1966)'; download from Jarvisdescendants Yahoo group, 2009-04-19
1898 baker; executor of brother Samuel George’s will National Probate Calendar
1899 baker son's marriage certificate
1900 baker (master); daughter born at 14 Broad Street, Teddington, Kingston on Thames, Middlesex daughter's birth certificate
1901 baker [&c.?] bread & cakes (shop), employer, at home; living with his wife, two children, and a domestic servant, at 1 St James Bldgs, High Rd, Leyton, Essex RG 13/1617 f44 p26
1906-06-03 emigrated to Canada with his wife and their daughter Maud, under the name of Lampard. They travelled on the Dominion, arriving at Montreal on this date. Their son Albert joined them later. 1911 census of Canada; gedcom from Lynda Rooke
1911 baker, invalid, living with his wife in Sub-District 47—Saltfleet Township, Stoney Creek Village, Wentworth, Ontario 1911 census of Canada
1914-05-21 d. Hamilton, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada Ontario, Canada, Deaths, 1869-1938 and Deaths Overseas, 1939-1947; scanned In Memoriam card from Andrew Jarvis


02. Angelina Susanna Jarvis

1846–07-14 b. at Whittakers Street, Chatham birth certificate
1846-08-05 bapt. St Mary Chatham "England Births and Christenings, 1538–1975," database, FamilySearch: accessed 13 January 2016, Angelina Susanna Jarvis, 05 Aug 1846, citing Chatham, Kent, England, reference yrs 1837–1855 p 184, FHL microfilm 1,473,649
1851 scholar, of Magpie Hall, Chatham, living with her family and a house servant TNA: PRO HO 107/1611 f219 p18
1861 scholar, of Chatham Hill, Chatham, living with her mother and five siblings PRO RG 9/482 f168 p32
1870-07-02 of Gillingham; m. Edward Rashbrook (1847–1908, painter of Gillingham), at Gillingham p.c.; after banns marriage certificate; GRO index; National Probate Calendar
1871 dressmaker and coal seller, living with her husband in Union Street, Chatham RG 10/910 f110 p35
Children: Edward (1871–1945), George (1873–1908), Angela Louisa (1875 – after 1898), William Hugh (1878 – after 1907), Frederick James (1880–1965), Nora Maud (1882–1974), Ethel (1885–1965), Victor Charles (1887–1955), Olive (1889–1892) birth and marriage certificates; censuses; information from Phyl Rashbrook; GRO index
1873 of 8 King Street, Rochester son's birth certificate
1875-08-30 & 1878-01-11 4 Gravel Walk, Rochester children's birth certificates
1881 dress maker, of [4] Gravel Walk, Rochester St Margaret, living with her husband and five children RG 11/910 f110 p35
1882-05-06 of 4 Gravel Walk, Rochester daughter’s birth certificate
1885-01-05 of 5 Dulce Place, Rose Street, Rochester
1887-02-10 of 5 Rose Street, Delce, Rochester son’s birth certificate
1889-03-20 of 5 Rose Street, Rochester daughter’s birth certificate
1891 no occupation stated, of 30 Rose Street, Rochester St Margaret, living with her husband and nine children RG 12/657 f87 p83
1901 of 3 Hooper’s Place, Rochester St Margaret, living withher  husband and three children; son and two daughters next door RG 13/724 f35 p28
1908-01-23 executor of husband's will National Probate Calendar
1911 beer retailer; own account; at home; living with her daughter, son, and two grandchildren in 6 rooms at 3 Hooper's Place, Rochester RG14PN3891 RG78PN149 RD47 SD1 ED7 SN256
1913 beer retailer, of 3 Hooper's place, Rochester Kelly's Directories
1922
1930 beer retailer, of 3 Hooper's pl., Rochester Kelly's Directory
1935 Q1 d. Medway RD GRO index


Samuel George Jarvis03. Samuel George Jarvis

1848-03-13 b. High Street, Chatham birth certificate
1848-04-05 bapt. St Mary Chatham parish register
1851 scholar, of Magpie Hall, Chatham, living with his family and a house servant TNA: PRO HO 107/1611 f219 p18
1861 scholar, of Chatham Hill, Chatham, living with his mother and five siblings PRO RG 9/482 f168 p32
1869-10-24 carpenter of Gillingham; mar. Charlotte Rebecca Whitehead (1848–1901, daughter of Thomas Whitehead, labourer), Gillingham pc, after banns; he signed, she marked marriage certificate; GRO index
Children: Lily Charlotte (1870–1953), Eleanor Elizabeth (1872–1950), Samuel George (1873–1959), William Henry James (1876–1976), Albert Sydney (1877–1955), Charles Thomas (1879–1950), Alfred John (1881–1927), Violet Louisa (1885–1966), Minnie May (1886–1973), Alice Victoria (1887–1970) birth certificates; GRO index; censuses
1870 carpenter, of Hards Town, Gillingham daughter's birth certificate
joiner, of Hardstown Cage-Lane parish register
joiner, of 225 High Street, Chatham parish register
1871 carpenter (out of employ), of 16 Middle Street, Gillingham, living with his wife and daughter RG 10/912 f52v
1872 carpenter (journeyman); of High Street, Chatham (daughter born at 218) daughter's birth certificate
1873 and 1875 joiner (journeyman), of High Street, Chatham; (son born at 225) sons' birth certificates
1874 joiner, of 218 High Street, Chatham parish register
1875 picture frame maker, of 225 High St, Chatham parish register
1877 pictureframe maker, of 225 High Street, Chatham son's birth certificate
1878 picture framer, of 225 High St, Chatham parish register
1879 joiner; son b. 225 High Street, Chatham son's birth certificate
1881 wheelwright, of 224 High Street, Chatham, living with his wife and six children, and a boarder RG 11/894 f60 p3
1881-09-28 picture frame maker (master), of 320 High Street, Chatham son's birth certificate
1882 carver and gilder, 320 High st, Chatham Kelly’s Directory of Kent
1884 builder, of 320 High Street, Chatham daughter’s birth certificate
1885-06-09 builder, of Chatham; initiated into the United Chatham Lodge of Benevolence, Old Brompton, Kent; but apparently stopped paying his subscription after 1886 United Grand Lodge of England Freemason Membership Registers
1885-08-11 passing
1886-08-10 raising
1886-12-06 certificate
1886 builder (master), of 320 High Street, Chatham daughter’s birth certificate
1887-12-23 builder, of 320 High Street, Chatham; informant of his daughter’s birth daughter’s birth certificate
1891 carver and gilder, 320 High Street, Chatham Kelly’s Directory of Kent, Surrey & Sussex
1891 builder, employer, of 320 High Street Chatham, living with his wife and ten children RG 12/663 f114r
1892 builder, of 320 High Street, Chatham www.oldbaileyonline.org, t18921212-140, accessed 2008-06-17
1893 builder parish register
1898-12-24 builder (master); of 320 High-street, Chatham; d. there of cirrhosis of the liver death certificate; National Probate Calendar
1898-12-31 bur. source misplaced (probably information from Malcolm Jarvis)
1899-04-13 will proved at London by William Hugh Jarvis; effects £823 National Probate Calendar
1904-01-20 (deceased) picture frame maker parish register


04. (Alice) Matilda Jarvis

cal 1851-03-23 b. Chatham, Kent GRO index; TNA: PRO HO 107/1611 f219 p18
1851 of Magpie Hall, Chatham, living with her family and a house servant PRO HO 107/1611 f219 p18
1851-04-23 bapt. St Mary Chatham parish register
1853-10-28 d. of pneumonia 6 days certified, in Magpie Hall Lane, Chatham death certificate
1853-11-03 bur. St Mary Chatham parish register


05. Helena Jarvis (Nell)

1853-09-04 b. Magpie Hall Lane, Chatham, Kent birth certificate
1853-10-02 bapt. St Mary, Chatham; as 'Eleanor' parish register
1861 scholar, of Chatham Hill, Chatham, living with her mother and five siblings TNA: PRO RG 9/482 f168 p32
1871 sempstress, of Stevens Cottages, Chatham Hill, Chatham, living with her parents; as Hellen RG 10/911 f68 p7
1879-11-30 of Poole Street, Hoxton; m. Henry James Yates (1856–1939, skilled labourer, later cork cutter),  Christchurch pc, Hoxton, Middlesex, after banns; as "Helenior Jarvis" marriage certificate; censuses; National Probate Calendar; parish register of St James Shoreditch
1881 not found in census  
Children: Maud Helena (1881–1951), Henry D'Arcy (1885–1949), Florence Beatrice (1887–1935) GRO index; censuses
1881-12-11, 1885-01-20, 1887-01-26 of 98 Clifton Street, Holywell, Shoreditch, London daughters' birth certificates, GRO index
1891 living with her husband, three children and two boarders in four rooms at 98 Clifton Street, Shoreditch, London RG 12/242 f92 p5
1901 living with her husband, three children (all born Finsbury, London) and boarder in three rooms at 78 New Road, Chatham, Kent RG 13/727 f103 p1
1911 living with her husband and one daughter in 8 rooms at 78 New Road, Chatham RG14PN3905 RG78PN149 RD47 SD1 ED21 SN2
1928-07-06 of 78 New-road, Chatham; d. Medway RD; as Helen Yates GRO index; National Probate Calendar
1928-07-28 administration granted at London to Henry James Yates; effects £673 15s. 2d. National Probate Calendar


Louisa (Jarvis) Beck 06. Louisa Jarvis


Charles Wallace Jarvis 07. Charles Wallace Jarvis

1858-01-01 b. 236 High Street, Chatham, Kent birth certificate
1861 living with his family at Chatham Hill, Chatham PRO RG 9/482 f168 p32
1871 scholar, living with his family at Stevens Cotts, Chatham Hill, Chatham; as Charley W RG 10/911 f68 p7
1881 wheelwright, living with his parents and grandfather’s family at 84 Regents Place, St Mary, Chatham RG 11/894 f83 p5
1881-05-09 coach builder of Chatham; m. Alice Frances Varrall (1858–1925) at St John's pc, Stratford, Essex marriage certificate; GRO index; information from Malcolm Jarvis
1881-12-20 coachbuilder, of Chatham; liquidation by arrangement Daily News, 1882-12-20
Children: Daisy Alice (1882–1960), Charles Joseph (1883–1966), Mabel Elizabeth (1885–1966), Lottie Maud (1887–1937), Percy Varrall (1889–1962), Marjorie Ethel (1890–1958), Ernest Edward (1893–1972), Francis Hugh (1895–1922), Kate Elsie (1897–1969), Stanley William (1899–1970), child with name unknown (? – before 1911) censuses, birth certificates, GRO index, gedcoms from Dominic Beauvoisin & Lynda Rook
1882 wheelwright (master), of 99 New Road, Chatham daughter’s birth certificate
1882-12-19 among 'liquidations by arrangement': "Charles Wallace Jarvis, Chatham, coachbuilder" London Daily News, 1882-12-20
 

The Bankruptcy Act, 1869.

In the County Court of Kent, holden at Rochester.

In the Matter of Proceedings for Liquidation by Arrangement or Composition with Creditors, instituted by Charles Wallace Jarvis, of 84, Regent's-place, New-road Chatham, and East-end, High-street, Chatham, both in the county of Kent Coach Builder.

NOTICE is hereby given, that a First General Meeting of the creditors of the above-named person has been summoned to be held at the King's Head Hotel, High-street, Rochester, in the county of Kent, on the 15th day of January, 1883, at three o'clock in the afternoon precisely.―Dated this 13th day of December, 1882.

H. C. KNIGHT, 1, Quality-court, Chancery-lane, London, Solicitor for the said Debtor.

London Gazette, 1882-12-19
1883-01-18

The Bankruptcy Act, 1869.

In the County Court of Kent, holden at Rochester.

In the Matter of Proceedings for Liquidation by Arrangement or Composition with Creditors, instituted by Charles Wallace Jarvis, of 84, Regent's-place, New-road Chatham, and East-end, High-street, Chatham, both in the county of Kent Coach Builder.

NOTICE is hereby given, that a Second General Meeting of the creditors of the above-named person has been summoned to be held at Mr. Mott's office, Chatham Intra, Rochester, in the county of Kent, on the 26th day of January, 1883, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon precisely.―Dated this 18th day of January, 1883.

H. C. KNIGHT, 1, Quality-court, Chancery-lane, London, Solicitor for the said Debtor.

 

London Gazette, 1883-01-23
1883 coach builder (journeyman) son's birth certificate
1885 carpenter (journeyman) daughter's birth certificate
1887, 1889 & 1890 carpenter (journeyman), of 170 New Road, Chatham children's birth certificates
1891 joiner, employed, of 170 New Road, Chatham, living with his family in 3 rooms RG 12/664 f5 p4
1893 joiner (journeyman), of 170 New Road, Chatham son's birth certificate
1895 carpenter H.M.D[ockyard]., of 254 New Road, Chatham
1897 joiner H.M.D, of 254 Luton Road, Chatham daughter's birth certificate
1899 joiner HM D, of 110 Castle Road, Chatham son's birth certificate
1901 joiner (wood), worker, living with his family at 110 Castle Road, Chatham RG 13/730 f9 p7
1905 joiner parish register, entry for son's and daughter's marriages
1911 joiner (ship), wood; Admiralty Dockyd; worker; living with his wife and six children in 6 rooms at 106 Glencoe Rd, Chatham RG14PN3922 RG78PN149 RD47 SD1 ED38 SN339
1915 joiner parish register, entry for son's marriage
1921-05-10 of 115 Glencoe Rd, Chatham Canada, Ocean Arrivals
1936-01-26 of 116 Glencoe-road, Chatham; d. Medway, Kent National Probate Calendar; GRO index
1936-03-11 administration granted at London to son Charles Joseph Jarvis; effects £120 19s. 6d National Probate Calendar
  lots more on CWJ, wife and children in ‘Aunt May’s Reminiscences’  


08. (Henrietta) Maud Jarvis

1867-01-01 b. Chatham Hill, Chatham birth certificate
1871 scholar, of Stevens Cottages, Chatham Hill, Chatham, living with her parents TNA: PRO RG 10/911 f68 p7
1881 scholar, of 78 Regents Place, Chatham St Mary, living with her sister RG 11/894 f81 p1
1891 school teacher, employed, of 78 New Road, Chatham, living with her parents as one of three households there RG 12/664 f131 p1
1900-05-21 of 78 New Road, Chatham; m. John Edgar Haynes (1862–1905, photographer, of 78 New Road, s. Charles Henry Haynes, actor) at St Paul’s pc, Chatham, by banns; signed; witnesses Charles Wallace Jarvis & Angeler Louisa Beck marriage certificate; parish register; GRO index
1901

as Maud H.; shop assistant (confectioner’s), living with her husband (confectioner, sweet shop) at 342 High Street, Rochester St Margaret

RG 13/724 f105 p28
Child:

 Ernest John Edgar Haynes (1902–1902)

MI, St Margaret's cemetery, Rochester; GRO index
1911 monthly nurse, widow, visitor with Archibald James Hastings and family at 77 Boundary Road, Chatham RG 14/3912 RD 347 ED28 SN267
about 1930/1941

I think she was a schoolteacher, living alone in Gillingham. Before the war she visited my Father fairly frequently. I remember her as very deaf, consulting Father about the Prize Crossword Puzzle in her weekly magazine "Titbits" and another competition called "Nuggets" I think – original pithy phrases which she composed. I don’t remember her winning a prize. She exchanged her copy of Titbits when she had finished it with Father’s copy of "Answers" so for a time I had two weekly papers to read, in addition to my Mother’s weekly papers, our children’s comics and the Children’s Newspaper by Arthur Mee. Your Mother met Aunt Maud when she first visited Gillingham before we were married in 1941 and Aunt Maud commented to my Mother later that I had chosen exactly the right person for my bride.

The Memoirs of Sidney Beck
1939-09-29 unpaid domestic duties, living at 96 Rainham Road, Chatham 1939 England and Wales Register (TNA: PRO RG 101)
1942-01-12 d. Chatham RD GRO index; MI, St Margaret's cemetery, Rochester; The Memoirs of Sidney Beck says 1945
  bur. [M10] Curbs, North Side, St Margaret's cemetery, Rochester, Kent MI


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