Jervois, death notice, 18 Aug 1897

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#oneexcellent work. . i ^ p ;ff 0 ™ fl |> death is announced, from a carnage accident, at Bitte ne Wt, Hants, of Lieutenant-General Sir ^tllom F. anew fmmnd Jervois. He was the eldest son of the late General SeiTOis. 9 «j —- «- ^ -"- Wight, in le^i. Woolwich 4 . the Eoyal Engineers in 1839. From 1841 to 1848 he actively employed at the Cape of Good Hope. In 1856 he WKA J* e appointment of Assistant Insppctor-G-eneral of eat f^ • 8 under Sir John Bur^oyno. In 1863 and the mtl °y} n % he was sent on special missions to Canada to K 1 * :tho Colonial authorities on the question of the gee of the Dominion. In 1871 he was ordered to India to ikl r ^ ect ^g the defence of Bombay, Aden, and other ifS j rec eived the K.C.M.G. in 1874-, and the brc J the order four years' - - - - [ traita Settlements. From 1877 to 1882 he was Governor of oad riband In 1875 he became Governor of JhWm- alla 5 ivo *n 1882 to 1889 Governor of New Zealand. tTheff was a F©How of the Koyal Society, ftlockl f ^ ^ d at Holyhead at ten

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  1. Guardian,
  2. 18 Aug 1897, Wed,
  3. Page 5

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