General Frank Herbert
Jarvis
Male
England
1886-01-10
Enfield, Middlesex, England
1962-02-22
Interlaken, Switzerland


About

Frank Jarvis was from a family of builders in the East End of London and, together with his brother Ernest, helped develop the business. In the early decades of the twentieth century their company continued to develop land and properties, in particular in the town of Harpenden in Hertfordshire. Frank Jarvis served in the Pigeons Corps of the British Army during World War One and himself later became a champion breeder of pigeons. In addition to lawn tennis, his other sporting interests included golf, hockey and, during frequent stays in Switzerland, where he would die in 1962, curling and skating.



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Archive statistics 1908 - 1937
7
81
47


Tournament wins 1923 - Stevenage (Amateur)
1922 - Stevenage (Amateur)
1921 - Harpenden (Amateur)
1920 - Harpenden (Amateur)
1920 - West Herts Championships (Amateur)
1919 - Norwich (Open)
1909 - Edmonton (Amateur)


Tournaments Harpenden - 1937 Wimbledon - 1929 Wimbledon - 1928 Wimbledon - 1927 Gipsy - 1927 Wimbledon - 1926 Wimbledon - 1925 Wimbledon - 1924 Stevenage - 1923 Wimbledon - 1922 British Covered Court Championships - 1922 Stevenage - 1922 Harpenden - 1922 Wimbledon - 1921 Harpenden - 1921 Wimbledon - 1920 World Covered Court Championships - 1920 West Herts Championships - 1920 Norwich - 1920 Harpenden - 1920 Edmonton - 1920 Wimbledon - 1919 Suffolk Championships - 1919 Norwich - 1919 Wimbledon - 1914 Wimbledon - 1913 Queens Club Tournament - 1913 Wimbledon - 1911 Queens Club Tournament - 1911 Queens Club Tournament - 1910 Gipsy - 1910 Great Yarmouth - 1910 Middlesex Championships - 1910 Fulham - 1910 Edmonton - 1910 Gipsy - 1909 Rochester - 1909 Middlesex Championships - 1909 Edmonton - 1909 Queens Club Tournament - 1908 Suffolk Championships - 1908

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