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bullet James Eric Jarvis was born on 20 Jan 1962 in Havre de Grace, Maryland. (1) Parents: James Odell Jarvis and Shirley Ann Eagle.

He was married to Sandy Mister .(1)


bullet James F. "McIver" JARVIS was born in 1907 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina. (97) Parents: Thomas Bumon JARVIS and Mary Jane "Molly" STALEY .


bullet James Franklin Jarvis was born in 1833 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina. (164) Parents: Charles Jarvis and Sarah Howard.


bullet James Gordon JARVIS was born in Mar 1881 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina. He died in 1905. The date of death is estimated based on probate documents. James G. Jarvis' estate was administered by C. D. Jarvis, and 1/7 of the estate was given to each of James' brothers and sisters.

Parents: Leandrew V. "Lee" JARVIS and Delphia J..


bullet James Keith Jarvis was born on 19 Oct 1911 in Magna, Salt Lake Co., Utah. !Second wife was named Marian GRAHAM. Third wife was named Della
Kathrine SCHAEDLER, marriage date 1 Jan 1955. Parents: James Ransom Jarvis and Margaret Bolton MCKELLAR .

He was married to Ruth Ann HUNTSMAN on 30 Sep 1934.


bullet James Kevin Jarvis Parents: Quince Arnold Jarvis and Margie Johnson.


bullet James McBride Jarvis was born on 8 Jul 1841 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina. He appeared on the census in 1880 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina. James McBride Jarvis' household consisted of himself (38), Julia (39), his children Marcus (14), James (12), Noah (9), Julia (7), Mansfield (6), Franklin (4), Gertrude (2), Samantha (1), and step-children Robert Garner (20) and Mary Garner (19).

He sold 2 acres to son Marcus for $10 on 28 Jun 1895 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina. (214) The small piece of land was located on Brier creek, "Beginning on a locust post in Elizabeth Souther's north and south line on the south side of the public road then north 80 deg east running with said road 26 rods to a locust post by the side of said road then south 13 rods to a locust post then south 80 deg west to a locust post in Souther's line then north to the beginning." The deed was witnessed by James' brother John C. Jarvis.

He sold 636 acres to daughter Jettie on 1 Apr 1896 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina. (215) She paid $1500 for the land, described as "a certain tract or parcel in Antioch township...adjoining the lands of William Byrd, Isaac Mathis, Mathis heirs and others bounded as follows: Beginning on two Chestnuts on the top of the mountain near Abram Mathis running north 122 poles to a pine. Thence east 60 poles to a white oak and black oak on the bank of branch east side. Thence north 56 poles to a post oak and pine. Thence east 15 deg north 128 poles to a post oak formerly a red oak. Thence nearly north 61 poles to a maple on the bank of a branch near Elizabeth Curry's spring. Thence up said branch not including the meadow land 150 poles to a Sycamore on the bank of said branch near the mill road thence south crossing the branch 831 poles to a stake near a branch which is the white oak corner called for in the James Gray 500 acre grant of 1799. Thence west 164 poles to a white oak on the east side of W. Gray's house thence north 56 poles to a white oak near the side of the mountain road. Thence northwest 184 poles to the beginning.

He appeared on the census in 1900 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina. His household consisted of himself (58), his wife Julia A. (60), and his children Lindsey M. (26), Jettie E. (22), and Minnie A (17).

He signed a will on 20 Feb 1905 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina. It read: I, J. M. Jarvis of the County of Wilkes and State of North Carolina, being of sound and disposing memory, knowing the uncertainty of mortality, do hereby make public and disclose this my last will and testament. 1st. I will that all my just debts however and to whomsoever owing be paid by my executors herein after appointed out of the first money coming into their hands as a part of my estate. 2nd. I will that my son Columbus F. Jarvis have $50.00 in money. 3rd. I will that my three sons M. L. Jarvis, J. O. Jarvis, and N. T. Jarvis have each $1.00 and no more as I have heretofore helped (?) them with a liberal share of my estate. 4th. I will that my three daughters Jetty E. Glass, Samantha E. Mathis, Minnie A. Glass and my grandson Jas A. Mathis have each $100.00 in money and that the within described money be raised of my personal effects. 5th. I will that my wife Julia A. Jarvis have all my property not disposed of when the within named money shall have been collected and that remaining at her death: my household and kitchen furniture to my three daughters and all other personal property to my son Linsay M. Jarvis. 6th. I appoint my two sons N.T. Jarvis and Linsy M. Jarvis executors of this my last will and testament with full power and authority to execute according to the true meaning and intent of the same and according to law in testamony of which I hereto set my hand and seal. Signed, sealed and disclosed to be my last will and testament in the presence of the subscribing witnesses whom I have requested to witness the same on the 20th day of February 1905. (witnessed by James F. Mastin, Edgor E White) Signed by J. M. Jarvis.

He died on 22 Mar 1905 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina. (117)(216) He was buried in Cranberry Baptist Church, Wilkes Co., North Carolina. (4) Parents: James Jarvis Jr. and Lyddia Nickelson.

He was married to Julia Ann Gray on 21 Jun 1865 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina. (217)(218) His brother Lindsey was his bondsman. Interestingly, he was required to take an oath of allegience to the United States as part of the process.

Children were: Marcus Lafayette "Mack" Jarvis , James Oliver Jarvis, Lydia Jane "Asidda" Jarvis, Rev Noah Thomas Jarvis , Dorcas Julian Jarvis, Lindsey Mansfield Jarvis, Columbus Franklin "Frank" Jarvis, Gertrude "Jettie" Embesette Jarvis , Samantha Ever Jarvis, Minnie Adeline Jarvis.


bullet James Odell Jarvis was born on 11 Aug 1937 in Fawn Grove, Maryland. (1) Parents: Solomon Bruce Jarvis and Bessie Edwards.

He was married to Shirley Ann Eagle on 11 May 1958 in Upper Crossroads, Maryland. (1) Children were: Major Aaron Odell Jarvis , James Eric Jarvis, Dwayne Joel Jarvis.


bullet James Oliver Jarvis was born on 14 Aug 1867.(219) He died in Turlock, California.(107) Parents: James McBride Jarvis and Julia Ann Gray.

He was married to Martha Nancy Jane "Mattie" Holbrook on 31 Mar 1895 in Traphill, Wilkes Co., North Carolina.(144) Children were: Vena Leah Jarvis, Tirra Jarvis.


bullet James Ransom Jarvis was born on 12 Aug 1878 in Wilkesboro, Wilkes Co., North Carolina. (220) He died on 1 Jul 1955 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., Utah.(188) He was buried on 6 Jul 1955 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., Utah. Parents: Rev. Richard Franklin JARVIS and Martha Ann Pardue .

He was married to Margaret Bolton MCKELLAR on 1 Jan 1903 in Tooele, Tooele Co., Utah. Children were: Howard Arnold Jarvis, Hazel Mary Jarvis, James Keith Jarvis, Margaret Jarvis, Robert William Jarvis, Richard Hugh Jarvis.


bullet James Shadrick Jarvis was born on 9 Feb 1908 in Wilkesboro, Wilkes Co., North Carolina. (13)(3) He died on 8 Aug 1985 in Portsmouth, Scioto Co., Ohio. (3)(99) He was buried in Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Wheelersburg, Ohio.(99) Parents: Lindsey Mansfield Jarvis and Eulora May Henderson.

He was married to Evaline Marie Poetker on 21 Apr 1934 in Portsmouth, Scioto Co., Ohio. (3)(99) James was the proprietor of Jarvis Jewelry Store in New Boston, Ohio. It is no longer there. Evaline was a housewife and bookkeeper for her husband.

Children were: Carol Ann Jarvis, Donna Jean Jarvis.


bullet Jane Jarvis was born in 1841.(37) Parents: William "Bill" Jarvis and Sarah "Sally" Dillard.


bullet Jane Jarvis Parents: Mansfield Pershing Jarvis and Marie.


bullet Jane Jarvis was born in 1854 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina. (37) She died on 12 Apr 1915 in Somers Township, Wilkes Co., North Carolina.(221) Parents: Welmoth Jarvis and Susan "Sooky" Brown .

She was married to John B. Money on 7 Dec 1886 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina. Children were: Cordia Money, Pearlie Money, Curlie Money, Dora Money.


bullet Jane Jarvis was born between 1820 and 1836 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina. (222) Jane birth dates are derived from her listing in the Wilkes Co. School Census as a child of John Jarvis, over 5 and under 21, in the year 1848.

She died between 1841 and 1848.(223) Janes death date is presumed from her appearance in an 1841 School Census and her absence in the 1848 will written by her father John Jarvis.

Parents: John J. Jarvis and Sarah 'Sally' Chambers.


bullet Jane JARVIS was born on 22 Mar 1871 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina. (146)(14) She died on 21 Jun 1914 in Somers Township, Wilkes Co., North Carolina. (146)(14) She was buried in Shady Grove Baptist Church Cemetary, North Wilksboro. (14) Parents: Henry Chambers JARVIS and Martha Maberry.

She was married to Thomas A. Gregory.(14) Children were: Lillie Clementine Gregory, Toye Gregory.


bullet Janet Jarvis Parents: John Howard Jarvis and Grace Green.


bullet Jay Franklin Jarvis was born on 18 Oct 1916 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina. (13)(3) He died on 12 Dec 1946.(3) (224) He was killed in a highway accident.

He was buried in Cranberry Baptist Church, Wilkes Co., North Carolina. Parents: Lindsey Mansfield Jarvis and Eulora May Henderson.

He was married to Dorothy DeHart.(3)


bullet Jennet Jarvis was born in 1815.(16) Parents: James Jarvis Esq. and Liddia McBride.


bullet Jesse Jarvis was born in 1838.(37) Parents: Levy Jarvis and Sarah.


bullet Jewel Hope Jarvis was born in 1912.(1) Parents: Richard Schooler Jarvis and Exah Hash.


bullet Jincy Jarvis was born about 1811 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina. (16) She appeared on the census in 1850 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina. Their household consisted of Levy (36), Jincy (39), Isiah (9), Cynthia (5), Osmond (2), and Almeda (7/12). Her household is listed next to Micajah Rash (29), then her cousin Nelson Jarvis, then the household of her father James Jarvis.

She appeared on the census in 1860 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina. Her household consisted of Levi (40), Jincy (44), Isiah (18), Cynthia (16), Azell (8), Mary J. (6), and Dicey (3).

Parents: James Jarvis Esq. and Liddia McBride.

She was married to Levy "Ace" Rash on 18 Apr 1841 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina. (225) Children were: Isiah Rash, Cynthia Rash, Osmond Rash, Almeda Rash, Azell Rash, Mary Jane Rash, Dicey Mariah Rash.


bullet Joan Jarvis Parents: Mansfield Pershing Jarvis and Marie.


bullet Joan Elizabeth JARVIS Parents: Clyde Frank JARVIS and Nell Johnson.

Children were: Barry Michael Jarvis.


bulletJoel Jarvis was born in 1853. Joel's age is derived from the 1860 census. In all likelihood, Joel was named for his grandfather, Joel Lunsford.

Parents: John Nelson Jarvis Esq. and Dicey Lunsford.


bullet Joel Jarvis was born in 1851.(37) Parents: Levy Jarvis and Sarah.


bullet Joel Long Jarvis was born in Apr 1877 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina. (5)(226) He sold interest in 10 acres on 1 Jul 1915 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina. (227) The sale was by N.J. Jarvis and wife Mary Jarvis, J. L. Jarvis and
wife L. J. Jarvis, S. C. Jarvis and wife Della Jarvis, and K. A.
Gregory and wife Sis Gregory. The land was a 40 pole x 40 pole square
adjoining the lands of H. A. Mayberry and J. S. Henderson.

Parents: Bathania C. "Teany" Jarvis.

He was married to Elizabeth "Lizzy" J. Money in 1897 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina. Children were: Garlie Jarvis, Ronnie Jarvis, Rosevelt Jarvis, Sanford Jarvis, Gracie Jarvis, Gurney Jarvis, Nola M. Jarvis.


bullet Joella Jarvis was born on 23 Jun 1953.(3) Parents: Dean Jarvis and Wilhelmina Weatherman.


bullet John Jarvis was born in 1829 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina. (164) Parents: Charles Jarvis and Sarah Howard.


bullet John Jarvis was born in 1850.(37) Parents: William "Bill" Jarvis and Sarah "Sally" Dillard.


bullet John Jarvis Parents: Cornelius Jarvis and Elizabeth.


bullet John C. Jarvis was born in 1834.(12) He served in the military from 4 Oct 1861 to 1865 in the 33rd Regiment-Infantry. (189)(228) John C. Jarvis served in Company D. The archive record states "Born in Wilkes County where he resided as a farmer prior to enlisting in Wake County at age 25, October 4 1861. Mustered in as a private. Promoted to Sergeant in May-October, 1862. Present or accounted for until he deserted on May 11, 1863. Returned to duty in November-December 1863. Promoted to Sergeant subsequent to February 28, 1865. Present or accounted for until captured near Petersburg, Virginia, April 2, 1865. Confined at Point Lookout, Maryland, April 4, 1865. Released at Point Lookout on June 28, 1865, after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
He appeared on the census on 29 Jul 1870 in Somers Township, Wilkes Co., North Carolina. James' household included James (37), Susan (40), Liddia (14), Perkins (12), Fannie (9), and Sarah J. (2).

He died after 28 Jun 1895. He is known to have lived until 1895 as evidenced by his signature on a deed.

Parents: James Jarvis Jr. and Lyddia Nickelson.

He was married to Susan Garris on 2 Sep 1851 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina.(229) (230) "Wayla" Jarvis was his bondsman.

Children were: Liddia Jarvis, Pinkney Jarvis, Fanny C. Jarvis, Sarah Jane Jarvis, Mary Jarvis, Samuel Jarvis.


bullet John Dewey Jarvis was born in Nov 1899 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina. Parents: William Thomas "Billy" Jarvis and Annie Margaret Harris.

He was married to Bertie Gregory.


bullet John Ellis Jarvis was born in 1890.(1) Parents: William Vestall Jarvis and Cynthia Reeves.

He was married to Clyde Carpenter .(1)


bullet John Howard Jarvis was born on 31 Jan 1929 in North Carolina. (1) Parents: Solomon Bruce Jarvis and Bessie Edwards.

He was married to Grace Green.(1) Children were: Shirley Jarvis, Janet Jarvis, Daphne Jarvis, Robin Jarvis.


bullet John J. Jarvis was born about 1787 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina. (16) Since no specific record of his birth exists, John's date and place of birth are derived from his record in the 1850 census, in which he is listed as 63 years of age and born in North Carolina. His birthdate places him as one of the three boys born to James Jarvis between the censuses of 1787 and 1790.

He purchased 140 acres from his mother-in-law Nancy Chambers for $100 on 2 Aug 1817 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina.(231) The land was described as lying on the waters of Hunting Creek "Beginning at Hulin's southeast corner running east with Hothman's line 240 poles to 2 pines then north with Bagwell's line to Cass's line then west with said line 150 poles to a pine thence north with
said line 124 poles to a post oak in McBride's line thence west with said line 56 poles to the corner, thence with line to the corner on a pine thence west with his line 50 poles to a white oak then south with Hulin's line 144 poles to the beginning." The deed was witnessed by James McBride and James Chambers.

He appeared on the census in 1820 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina. His household consisted of 3 males 0-9 (James, John N., William), 1 male 26-45 (John), 1 female 0-9 (Nancy), and 1 female 26-45 (Sally Chambers). His household was listed between that of his father James Jarvis and his brother-in-law James Chambers. John and James Chambers were the executors of John's mother-in-law Nancy McBride Chambers estate in 1848, an effort which most likely prompted John to fill out his own will that year.

He appeared on the census in 1830 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina. John's household consisted of 2 males under 5 (Lindsey, possibly Wiley), 1 male 5-9 (Noah), 2 males 10-14 (William, John N.), 1 male 15-19 (James), 1 male 40-49 (John), 1 female 5-9 (unknown), 2 females 15-19 (Nancy, unknown), and 1 female 30-39 (Sally).

He purchased 125 acres from Thomas Clark for $80.00 on 7 Feb 1834 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina.(232) The land is described in the deed book as "beginning and running west thirty chains to a stake, then south forty one chains and fifty seven links to a pine, then east thirty chains to a pine, then north forty one chains sixty seven links to the beginning." The witnesses to the deed were Joshua Souther, James Jarvis Esq. and James Jarvis.

He appeared on the census in 1840 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina. John's household consisted of 1 male under 5 (unknown), 2 males 5-9 (Henry, Wiley), 1 male 10-14 (Lindsey), 1 male 15-19 (Noah), 1 male 20-29 (William), 1 male 50-59 (John), 1 female 5-9 (Lucy), 1 female 15-19 (unknown), 1 female 40-49 (Sally), and 1 female 60-69. The elderly female is probably Nancy McBride Chambers, Sally's mother.

He School census on 25 May 1841 in Hunting Creek, Wilkes Co., North Carolina. (40) John Jarvis was listed with children Noah, Lindsey, Wiley, Levi, Henery, and Jane.

He purchased 47 acres from James Jarvis Sr. on 11 Jun 1842 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina.(233) The land is believed to be James Sr's based on the names of the neighbors, compared to a positively identified sale of his land in 1849. The land, on the waters of Pipe Camp branch, was described as "Beginning in James Rash's line near said Pipe Camp branch on a Black Oak running East eighty poles to a stake in said John Jarvis' own line thence North eighty poles to a Pine, thence West eighty eight poles to a stake in James Rash's line, thence South eighty poles with said James Rash's line to the Beginning.

He signed a will on 24 Jan 1847 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina. (234) The will read "I John Jarvis of the County of Wilkes and State of North Carolina being weak in body but of sound mind and memory being mindful that it is appointed for all men to die, I therefore make and appoint this my last will and Testament in the following manner and form viz. first of all I give and bequeath to my beloved wife Sarah Jarvis all my property during her natural life and widowhood land and plantation and stock of every kind given to her the power to dispose of my property among my children as she may see proper when they leave her or at her death or marriage I allow my property to be equally divided among them all after having them that is here at home that amount married have as much as them had that is married of my property Linza Jarvis, Wilie Jarvis, Levi Jarvis, Chambers Jarvis and then for every thing of my property to be equally divided among them all of my children and wife James Jarvis Nancy Kemp J N Jarvis Wm Jarvis Noah Jarvis Linza Jarvis Wilie Jarvis Levi Jarvis Chambers Jarvis I appoint my beloved wife and John N. Jarvis to be my executrix and executor of this my last will and testament in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this the 24th of January 1847."

Witnesses were Wm Jarvis, Noah Jarvis, and Billy Chambers.

The will was entered into the book and the testators Billy Chambers and William Jarvis appeared before the clerk to prove the will in the February term of 1858. Noah, a testator to the will, does not appear in court in 1858 and is a mysterious figure. John's son Noah cannot witness the will since he is a beneficiary, and the only other known Noah Jarvis (son of Charles) would have been about 12 years old at the time the will was signed. Noah may have been a brother of John's, but if so, he does not appear in any census or other record.

He appeared on the census in 1850 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina. His household includes John (63) & Sally (53), Lindsey (21), Wiley (19), Lucy (17), Henry (15), Nancy Kemp (35), Sally Kemp (9), and William Kemp (7).

He died in 1857 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina. John is presumed to have died in about 1857 based on the date his will
was probated. Parents: James Jarvis and Elizabeth Johnson.

He was married to Sarah 'Sally' Chambers on 19 Mar 1811 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina. (235) James Jarvis (probably his brother, but possibly his father) was the bondsman. If John was born in 1787 as the 1850 census indicates, he would have been about 24 years old at the time of his marriage, which is a likely age.

An interesting story about John and his wife Sally was sent to me by Pauline Jarvis Clark, a descendent of John Jarvis, who currently lives in Wilkes Co. In her letter, she states "The legend is that Sally received permission from her parents to ride her horse to the Canadian border to marry John Jarvis, who was serving there in the Revolutionary War. She spent most of the summer on horseback." This interesting story handed down through the family may have its origins in the War of 1812, which was fought along the Canadian border and elsewhere. Perhaps Sally rode north to accompany her husband shortly after they were married. Since both wars were against the British, and John and Sally's marriage occured shortly before the War of 1812, it is entirely possible that the story is based on fact - albeit slightly changed in the retelling from generation to generation. Another possibility is that the applied to an earlier generation. There was a John Jarvis who fought as an officer in the Revolutionary War, and had a wife named Sally. The years involved would have been after James Jarvis Sr.'s birth, but John could have been an uncle, or it could have been John's second wife.

Children were: James Jarvis Jr., Nancy Jarvis, John Nelson Jarvis Esq., William M. JARVIS, Jane Jarvis, Noah Jarvis, Lindsey JARVIS, Wiley JARVIS, Levi Jarvis, Henry Chambers JARVIS.


bullet John Letcher Jarvis was born on 25 Apr 1871 in Alleghany Co., North Carolina. (1) He died on 25 Jun 1871 in Alleghany Co., North Carolina.(1) Parents: William "Thomas" Jarvis and Delilah Spurlin .


bullet John Nelson Jarvis Esq. was born about 1817 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina. (5) The date of John Nelson's birth is derived from census records. His middle name is known from census records and from family history information supplied to the author by Sheila Johnston, a descendent of one of John's brothers.

He appeared on the census in 1840 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina. Having just married, John Nelson is listed as the head of a household with only his bride.

He appeared on the census in 1850 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina. John is listed as "Nelson" (34) in this census. Apparently he went by his middle name in informal matters, and he alternates between the two in the censuses. His household in 1850 included his wife Dicey (34), Nancy (10), Bathanie (8), Sally (4), Mary (2), and two other women - Susannah Jarvis (23) and Jincy Brown (13).

He appeared on the census in 1860 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina. This year, the census lists John Nelson (43) under his first name, "John". His household includes his wife Dicey (44) and Nancy (19), Jincy (16), Sarah (15), Mary (11), Siny (9), and Joel (7). Jincy and "Bathanie", from the 1850 census, may be the same person, or Jincy may be a daughter-in-law or other relative..

He appeared on the census in 1870 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina. John is once again listed as Nelson. The 1870 census contains a number of differences in the ages of individuals compared to earlier censuses, however the family is recognizable. The census lists Nelson (62)!, Dicy (50), Linda (26), Nancy (20)!, Cinda (16), Joel (18), Billy (8), James (5), Thomas (6), Emeline (4), Nelson (3), and Elvira (1). Cinda and Joel are obviously Siny and Joel from the 1860 census, although their ages are reversed. Linda may be "Jincy", as her age would be just right, however "Jincy" is normally a nickname for "Jane", not "Linda". Linda could also be a daughter-in-law or other relation. Nancy is a decade too young (but Nelson is a decade too old), but could be the same. The other younger children are probably grandchildren, as indicated in the 1880 census.

He appeared on the census in 1880 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina. In the 1880 census, John N. and Dicey are listed with their daughter Tincy C. (36) and their grandchildren Noah James (18), Thomas N. (14), William F. (14), Soloman C. (12), Joel Loney (4), and Jinny V. (4). In the 1870 census, members of the family were listed under their common names, including John N. as "Nelson", therefore Noah James is probably the "James" listed in the 1870 census, and Thomas N. could be the "Nelson" in the 1870 census. Tincy C., known as Tina, is the mother of the granchildren. Their father has not been confirmed, although some sources state that he is John Wesley McCarter. All six children were born out of wedlock and were given the surname Jarvis from their mother.

He sold 25 acres to his brother Linsdsey for $50 on 2 Aug 1883 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina.(236) The land was described as "Beginning on a White Oak and two Dogwoods. Running North 100 poles to the old James Jarvis line, thence East 144 poles with said line to a Chestnut Lindsey Jarvis corner, thence South with Lindsey Jarvis line to a rock in the old James Brown line Lindsey Jarvis corner, thence West with said line to the beginning."

He died in Jun 1894 in Hunting Creek, Wilkes Co., North Carolina. (237) Parents: John J. Jarvis and Sarah 'Sally' Chambers.

He was married to Dicey Lunsford on 2 Nov 1839 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina.(238) George Chambers, John's cousin, was his bondsman.

Children were: Nancy Jarvis, Bathania C. "Teany" Jarvis, Sarah Jarvis , Mary Jarvis, Senetha Lou Dorcus "Siny" Jarvis, Joel Jarvis.


bullet John R. Jarvis was born in 1878 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina. (5) Parents: Joseph James Alexander JARVIS and Amelia.


bullet Johnny Jarvis was born in 1871 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina. (5) Parents: Constant Jarvis and Elizabeth.


bullet Johnoise JARVIS Parents: Woodrow JARVIS and Sarah Burr Smith.

She was married to Woolard .(6)


bullet Joseph Jarvis was born in 1842.(37) Parents: Levy Jarvis and Sarah.


bullet Joseph Jarvis was born in 1820 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina. (239) Joseph's birth date is derived from the 1840 U.S. census and the 1841 Wilkes Co. School census.

Parents: James Jarvis Esq. and Liddia McBride.


bullet Joseph Burgan JARVIS was born on 25 Oct 1888.(3) He died on 26 Oct 1918.(3) He was buried in Kings Creek Baptist Church Cemetery, Caldwell Co., North Carolina. (3) Parents: William Felix JARVIS and Martha Ann Barlow.


bullet Joseph James Alexander JARVIS was born on 8 Jan 1852 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina. (5)(155) He appeared on the census in 1880 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina. His household in Lovelace Township consisted of Joseph (26), Amelia (25), William S. (5), and John R. (2). In the 1870 census, he was in the household of his father, William Jarvis.

He died in 1945.(3) Parents: William M. JARVIS and Lucinda KEMP.

He was married to Amelia. Children were: William S. Jarvis, John R. Jarvis, Columbus L. JARVIS, Sanford S. JARVIS, Reason A. JARVIS.

He was married to Caroline Walker .(3) Children were: Pearl JARVIS, Colonel JARVIS, Lura JARVIS, German JARVIS.


bullet Joshua Jarvis was born in 1840.(37) Parents: Levy Jarvis and Sarah.


bullet Joyce JARVIS Parents: Leandrew V. "Lee" JARVIS and Delphia J..


bullet Judy Jane JARVIS Parents: Clyde Frank JARVIS and Nell Johnson.


bullet Julie Jarvis Parents: Gurney Jarvis and Mary Watt.


bullet Julius Jarvis was born in 1876.(5) Parents: Constant Jarvis and Elizabeth .

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