Edward Jarvis, son of Edward, was born at St. John City, N. B. He married Calista M. Gibson, of that city, September 16, 1856, and came to Chesterfield, June 29, 1860, and lived near the southern boundary line of Westmoreland in the house where Mr. Strobridge lived and died. After two years he went to Swanzey, and engaged in lumbering in California woods. Three years afterwards he removed to Westmoreland, and lived on the farm last owned by Sanford Guernsey, and the house built by Samuel Burt, ist. They lived there fourteen years, when the buildings were destroyed by fire. He then removed to Chesterfield Factory in September, 1880, where he keeps a boarding house and livery stable. He lives on Main street, in the house long accupied by Jacob White. His children were four sons and four daughters, viz.: Eugene, born October 17, 1859, died at the age of seven; Peter A., born March 3. 1863, died at the age of four years; Stanley E., born October 17, 1857; Joseph A., July 1, 1861; Eliza J., April 10, 1865, Lettica S. V. December 7, 1868; Ada Corinne, March. p, 187z;and Edna M., January 12, 1875.
Biographical Sketch of Edward Jarvis
MLA Source Citation:Hurd, Duane Hamilton. History of Cheshire and Sullivan counties, New Hampshire. Philadelphia: J. W. Lewis. 1886. AccessGenealogy.com. Web. 29 July 2016.
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