|| 1874 - 1910|
||22 Feb 1874
||, England [1, 2]
||20 Mar 1909
||, Ontario 
- Arrived on the ship Tunisian in Halifax, Nova Scotia, sailed from Liverpool
||Elmira, Waterloo Region, Ontario
|died during as result of a self administred abortion. |
||Edith Jarvis |
|Eby ID Number
||13 Jul 1910
||Elmira, Waterloo Region, Ontario [2, 4]
|Cause: abortion at 3 months, haemorrhage & septic infection (3 days), Death sudden |
||St. James Lutheran Cemetery, Elmira, Waterloo Region, Ontario 
||Funeral of Edith Eagle Jarvis
Edith Eagle Jarvis died July 13, 1910. This picture is taken in front of the house on Park Street, Elmira where the funeral was held. Park is now named Duke Street. She was taken to the Elmira Union Cemetery. The horse-drawn hearse driver is thought to be George Dreisinger who would have been age 13. Picture supplied by Marion Roes 2010
||15 Mar 2017 |
||Frederick Eagle, b. Abt 1844, of, England , d. Yes, date unknown |
||Harriet Blowers, b. Abt 1844, of, England , d. Yes, date unknown |
||John Henry Jarvis, b. 1878, , England , d. 1959 |
||1 Aug 1900
||Kings Lynn District, Norfolk, England 
| ||1. John Henry "Harry" Jarvis, b. Oct 1901, , England , d. 11 Jun 1979, Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario |
| ||2. Muriel Grace Jarvis, b. Jul 1903, , England , d. 1993|
| ||3. Violet Jarvis, b. Mar 1906, , England , d. Yes, date unknown|
| ||4. Frank Jarvis, b. Aug 1907, , England , d. Yes, date unknown|
| ||5. Gladys Evelyn Jarvis, b. 15 Sep 1909, Elmira, Waterloo Region, Ontario , d. 11 Aug 2000, Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario |
- Called Away Suddenly
A very sudden call to the great beyond came to Mrs. Jarvis about 5 o'clock on Wednesday evening. Mr. Jarvis, who does night work as engine wiper on the G. T. R., was sleeping at the time, and Mrs. Jarvis had been engaged in her household duties. When the former got up, he did not see his wife about, and the children told him she had gone outside. When she did not return for some time, he went out to look for her and was shocked to find her in an outhouse dead. What caused her death cannot be definitely known, but it is ascribed to hemmorhage [sic].
A husband and five small children are left alone in their great sorrow. Alone, yet not alone, for He who lays on the burden helps also to bear it; while the assurance that the people of Elmira though they are for the greater part, comparative strangers to the family, feel with them in their hour of affliction, may help also in some measure to ease the burden. Mrs. Jarvis was born in England, the family coming to this country only a few years ago.
Dr. Schultz, associate coroner, at first thought of holding an inquest, but upon consultation with the County authorities, such a step was deemed unnecessary.
The funeral will be held on Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the house on Park Street to the Union Cemetery.1a
1aElmira Advertiser, July 14, 1910
- [S713] Vit - ON - Death Registration, death certificate 30704 (1910), Edith Jarvis, accessed 27 Jan 2010..
Edith Jarvis d. 13 Jul 1910 Elmira, b. 22 Feb 1874 England, d/o Frederick Eagle (b. England) & Harriet Blowers (b. England), cause: abortion at 3 months, haemorrhage & septic infection (3 days), Death sudden
- [S199] Cemetery - ON, Waterloo, Woolwich - St. James Lutheran Elmira CC#2800.
Jarvis/ John Henry/ 1878 - 1959/ Edith Eagle/ His Beloved Wife/ 1876 - 1910/ Lovingly Remembered By Family.
- [S954] Immigration - Canadian Passenger Lists, 1865-1925, ), John H. Jarvis and family; Tunisian, Mar 1909..
- [S952] News - Christian Guardian - Death Notices from the Christian Guardian 1836-1850, 14 Jul 1846, pg 155.
A little Girl, daughter of Sweden McDonald, drowned last Mon. in the Canal between Mr. Ewart's Mills and Mr. Fisher's Foundry (Galt Advertizer)
- [S953] Vit - England - Marriage Index, entry for John Henry Jarvis & Edith Eagle, volume District King's Lynn, 4b, page 686, Sep 1900 quarter; citing the General Register Office's England and Wales Civil Registration Indexes.
|Birth - 22 Feb 1874 - , England
|Immigration - 20 Mar 1909 - , Ontario
|Misfortune - died during as result of a self administred abortion. - 1910 - Elmira, Waterloo Region, Ontario
|Died - Cause: abortion at 3 months, haemorrhage & septic infection (3 days), Death sudden - 13 Jul 1910 - Elmira, Waterloo Region, Ontario
|Buried - - St. James Lutheran Cemetery, Elmira, Waterloo Region, Ontario