originally with the Royal Engineers and transferred to the 7th Bn Tank Corps.
These tanks were those with the letter G written on their side. He was killed
near Amiens during the last German offensive and is buried in the Queens
Cemetery, Bucquoy, France on 21st August 1918, he was 21.
|In the 1901
Census said he was the only son of Edgar and Constance Jarvis and lived in
Church Street. According to Donald Jarvis.. great sympathy was felt for them
when their only son Reginald was killed. The photo on the left shows where
Reginald lived, in the house on the left 'Little Harvard'. The picture on the
right shows the house gone and a replacement in the space.
|Also noted on
the Buttsbury memorial