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Ambrose Parker Jarvis

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Ambrose Parker Jarvis (1806-1862) of Garton and Jarvis

1806 Baptised the son of William Jarvis and his wife Ann

1841 Living in North Street, Exeter: Ambrose Jarvis (age c35), Ironmonger. With Anne Jarvis (age c35), Elizabeth Jarvis (age c8), Mary Jarvis (age c6), Caroline Jarvis (age c4), Anne Jarvis (age c2), and Emmeline Jarvis (age c8 Months). Note the three houses together contain three ironmongers - Ambrose Parker, John Ley and John Garton.[1]

1861 Living at Exe View, St. Davis, Exeter: Ambrose P. Jarvis (age 54 born Marlborough), Manufacturing and Furnishing Ironmonger, Iron and Brass Founder. With his wife Mary Jarvis (age 60 born Crediton) and their daughter Anne N. Jarvis (age 21 born Exeter). Also his niece Elizabeth Brook (age 12 born Crediton) and one other.[2]

1862 November 22nd. Died. Of Garton and Jarvis, age 56.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1841 Census
  2. 1861 Census
  3. Exeter Flying Post - Wednesday 26 November 1862