Rifleman Charles Henry Jarvis in 1911 aged 18 and employed as a gardener and living with mother Emma and sister Edith aged 23 and brothers Frederick aged 20 , Arthur age 14 and family living at Bower Cottage, Rose Lane , Mossley Hill.
According to C H Jarvis service record he enlisted in the 5th Kings Liverpool Regiment 18th September 1914 aged 21 and height was 5ft 9inchs
According to C H Jarvis Medical Record from his service record Charles Henry Jarvis serial No 535396 admitted to the Military Hospital Oswestry on 28th October 1918. Charles developed Empyema and whilst being put under anaesthetic on the 17th November 1918 for operation when he died. An Inquest was held and the findings was Pte Jarvis died from the effects of an anaesthetic which was properly administered when about to undergo an operation for the relief of an Empyema..
According to the burial register of St Peter’s Church Woolton Charles Henry Jarvis buried 25th November 1918 aged 25 of Bower Cottage, Rose Lane , Mossley Hill. (Oswestry Camp)
There is a Commonwealth War Graves Believed to be buried in this church yard grave stone for C.H Jarvis In St Peter’s Churchyard Woolton
According to the Commonwealth war Graves Commission Rifleman C H Jarvis serving in the 5th Kings Regiment serial number 2820
But according to C H Jarvis service record of the 1/5th Kings Regiment serial number 2820 & transferred to the Western Command Labour Corps with new serial number 535396
Charles Henry Jarvis Remembered with Honour St Peter’s Woolton Liverpool
Grave of Charles Henry Jarvis St Peter’s Woolton Liverpool