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Reginald Vivan Jervis

Office Boy
Place of Residence at HM Factory Gretna 179 Warwick Road Carlisle Birthplace Shropshire Shrewsbury Place of Death Sussex Hove Date of Birth: October 20, 1902 Date of Death: March 16, 1986



Date and place of birth:  20 October 1902 Shrewsbury, Shropshire

Date and place of death:  16 March 1986 Hove, East Sussex

Nationality: British

Biography:  The Jervis children were raised in Shrewsbury

Frederick Vincent Jervis 1893-1977

Gerrard Vere Jervis 1894-1974

Violet M Jervis 1897-1973

Harold Victor “Roy” Jervis 1899-1971

Thomas William Vernon Jervis 1906 – 1968


Thomas Jervis married Amy Helen Bond 1893, Atcham Registration District, Shropshre

Parents occupation:  Thomas was Cashier for the London and West Midlands Railway

Schools Universities attended and years of attendance: Not known

Occupation: Not known

Place of residence at Gretna: 179 Warwick Road, Carlisle, Cumberland

Job Title at Gretna: Errand Boy

By 1939 Register Reginald is working as a Bank Clerk

Marital Status: Reginald married Leonora Thompson 1929 in Sunderland, County Durham

Children: Reginald and Leonora had two daughters and one son who is still living

Travels: Nil known

Awards/Recognitions: Nil known

Trivia/any other information:

He was mentioned in the Dumfries and Galloway Standard on 8th December 1917 after being fined £1 for contravening the regulations prohibiting smoking and the carrying of smoking material within the danger area.

Reginald and his family commemorated in Old St.Andrews Churchyard, Hove, Sussex






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