|Born||1857 Wexford, Ireland|
|Died||1943 Poole, Dorset|
|Father||Col. Henry JERVIS-WHITE-JERVIS RA MP (1825 – 1881)|
|Mother||Lucy COBBOLD (1828 – 1916)|
|Occupation||Army Officer, Royal Artillery, served in S Africa and commanded the Brigade of Field Artillery at Colchester.|
They lived at Poplar Farm, Hollesley from 1913 to 1926 before going to Parkstone in Dorset.
Succeeded to the title and became the 4th Baronet on the death of his uncle, Sir Humphrey Charles in 1887.
In the tower of All Saints, Hollesley is the following memorial:
"The Bells in this Tower were presented by Col. Sir John Jervis White Jervis, Baronet and his wifw Margaret for the Service of God and in thanksgiving for the many blessings during 50 years of married life AD 1937".