Francis Jarvis, born in 1880 in Rotherham, is my second cousin, twice removed and son of Eliza Jane Bowler Crossland and Frank Jarvis.
In 1900, Francis married Alice Jane Bullock, in Rotherham and together they issued two sons called, Frank Thomas Jarvis (1901 to 1951) and Leslie Jarvis (1902 to 1971).
Alice passed away first, in 1927.
THE ADVERTISER, SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1927.
JARVIS. – On July 9th, at the Rotherham Hospital, Alice Jane, beloved wife of Francis Jarvis of 59, Fitzwilliam road.
Mr. F. Jarvis wishes to thank the Doctors and Nurses of the Rotherham Hospital for the care and attention given to his wife during her illness, and all friends and neighbours for their kindness and sympathy in his sad bereavement; also for floral tributes.
Francis died in 1946.
THE ADVERTISER, SATURDAY, APRIL 13th, 1946
JARVIS. – On April 10th, Francis Jarvis, beloved father of Frank and Leslie, passed away at 59, Fitzwilliam Road, Rotherham. Interment at 1 p.m., at Moorgate, Saturday, April 13th.
In 1932, Leslie married Elsie Breckin, in Rotherham and together they issued two sons. Leslie and Elsie are the grandparents of Suzanne Jarvis who died in tragic circumstances.
THE ADVERTISER, FRI., AUG. 20th, 1971
JARVIS. – Leslie, aged 68, died suddenly, August 12th, at 13, Wilcox Green, Rockingham; loving husband of Elsie and father of Joan and Leslie, loving grandad of Michelle, Suzanne, Jeanette. Thanking relatives and neighbours for their kindness and sympathy.
Below is a newspaper article published shortly after Frank Thomas Jarvis’s marriage to Dorothy D. Skellam. Frank and Dorothy issued a daughter together.
THE ADVERTISER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1933.
A DALTON WEDDING. – The marriage took place in the Holy Trinity Church, Dalton, on Monday, of Mr. Frank Thomas Jarvis, son of Mr. Frank Jarvis and the late Mrs. Jarvis, of 59, Fitzwilliam Road, Rotherham, and Miss Dorothy Devonshire Skellam, youngest daughter of Mrs. Skellam and the late Mr. Herbert Skellam, of Doncaster Road shops, Dalton Brook. The Rev. A. R. Denne, of Eastwood, officiated.
The bride, who was given away by her uncle (Mr. Joseph Watson), was attired in a full-length dress of dove satin, with hat and shoes to tone, and carried a bouquet of pink roses and maiden-hair fern. The bridesmaids were Miss Hannah Haglington (niece of the bride), of Deal, and Miss Edith Margison, of Dalton. Miss Haglington wore a dress of silver grey georgette and hat to tone, and Miss Margison was attired in lemon crepe-de-chine and hat to tone. Each bridesmaid had a bouquet of bronze chrysanthemums. Mrs. E. Hant, of Cleethorpes, and Miss J. Bodkin, of Dalton, attended as dames of honour. Mrs. Hunt wore a dress of silver georgette and a black hat, and Mrs. Bodkin had a dress of black georgette and lace and a black hat. All the dresses were ankle-length. Mr. George Winder acted as best man and the groomsman was Master Jack Haglington.
A reception was held at the home of the bride’s mother, whose dress was of grey crepe-de-chine trimmed with lace. About 30 guests were entertained.
The wedding presents included a three-tier bridal cake, the gift of Mr. Joseph Watson (uncle of the bride). The wedding coaches were supplied by Messrs. S. Elmore and Sons.