JESSIE PELVIN was b: 31 Dec 1889 in Glenavy to parents Charles and Jessie Pelvin, and d: 20 Jul 1980 in Alfriston, Manurewa, Auckland aged 96Y .
JESSIE attended Tawai school starting 1 Jan 1895; leaving for home after Std 6
1903 Timaru Herald, 14 January 1903:
EDUCATION BOARD SCHOLARSHIPS Committee met yesterday, and dealt with the
results of the recent'examinations for senior and junior scholarships. The
marks gained by the pupils. who qualified are as under, and- scholarships
were awarded as funds permitted, to. ."the first three in the list of
seniors. and. to the first six in the list of juniors
1903 Timaru Herald, 19 Feb: WAIMATE DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL BOARD. The regular meeting of the Waimate District High School Board was held en Tuesday last. The chairman, as a member of the Scholarship Committee, read the report of that Committee on the late examination results. There were ten candidates for the Board's scholarships, namely, two girls and one boy for the senior, and four boys and three girls for the junior scholarship. Miss Alice Hinch ,of Nukuroa (Waimate school), won the Board's senior scholarship, and Miss Jessie Pelvin, of Waitaki school, won the junior scholarship.
1903 Timaru Herald: 30
Mar: Farewell PRESENTATION To Teacher, MR THOMAS.
1903 Timaru Herald, 23 Apr: WAIMATE DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL BOARD. The Board met on Tuesday last. It was resolved that the quarterly scholarship payments be made to Alice Hindl and Jessie Pelvin.
1904 Otago Witness, 3 Feb; NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS. EXAMINATION RESULTS, WELLINGTON, January 28. The following candidates have qualified for national scholarships, with marks gained: South Canterbury: Jessie Pelvin 473.
1906 Timaru Herald, 23 Jan: Matriculation examination: Successful candidates; Timaru - Jessie Pelvin
1908 Timaru Herald, 24 Feb; TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONS. SOUTH CANTERBURY RESULTS. Candidates who relied partly upon work done in university examinations - Partial pass for Class "D — Jessie Pelvin,
1909 Timaru Herald, 22 Feb: Successful candidates from South Canterbury for Classes C and D of the teachers' certificate examinations, held in Januarv. Teachers' certificates will be issued to such of these as have produced satisfactory evidence of age, have passed the special medical examination prescribed, and have fulfilled the necessary conditions as to length of service and efficiency in teaching. Passed for Class D: Jessie Pelvin,
1910 Evening Post, 21 Feb: Christchurch Teachers Training College: – Primary TEACHERS' PASSES. CERTIFICATE EXAMINATIONS. THE RESULTS. Consideration has been given to candidates' successes at previous examinations for teachers' certificates and at university examinations of which due notice has been received. The next examination will take place in January, Partial Pass class A - Jessie Pelvin, School teacher - Pleasant Point School
1911 Electorate: Christchurch North, Number: 7105 Surname: Pelvin Given Name: Jessie Residence: 133 Bristol Street Occ: spinster
Jessie mar; LINDSAY HALL JEFFERISson of
1921 Jessie JEFFERIS - Date 1921; Place Oromahoe; Occ: Native School Teacher; Src: NZ Gazette 1921; Page 1820;
Lindsay and Jessie lived at Manurewa from 1930's until death and are buried at Christ Church, Manuewa, South Auckland
LINDSAY HALL JEFFERIS: 1914, Occupation Farmer, Address Keri Keri, Bay of Islands; WW1 - Category 2nd Reserves;
1918 - JEFFERIS Lindsay Hall; Place Kerikeri; Occ: Farmer; Src: NZ Gazette 1918; Record Type Military Call Up
Children of JESSIE and LINDSAY JEFFERIS
i. RICHARD GEORGE HALL JEFFERIS (b: 3 May 1916 in Bay of Islands, Northland, and d: 27 Jul 1991 in Auckland, a retired Freezing Worker. Bur: RSA Section Papakura Cem. Sth Auckland). He mar: 1954 to FLORENCE MARY MARKHAM . She was b; 7 Nov 1920 in Drury, Papkura, and d: 27 Aug 1967 in Manurewa; bur: at Papakura, Auckland. Their children born at Otahuhu are:
ii. CATHERINE LINDSAY (RENEE) JEFFERIS was born in Whangarei, Northland. She married GEORGE LEONARD MARQUAND 1947 who was born 23 Aug 1918 in Hamilton, Waikato and was a Company Manager at Hamilton where he died 14 Jun 1967 and is buried at Hamilton Park Cemetery
ii. LOUIS CARLYLE JEFFERIS (b: July 1st 1923 at Russell, Northland, passed away 14 Jun 2009 at Auckland). Louis mar: JOCELYN (JOY) ADAMS (b:19 Mar 1935 at Gisborne, Poverty Bay; d: 17 Jun 2011 Middlemore Hospital, Auckland)
JEFFERIS Jocelyn (Joy). Peacefully at Middlemore Hospital on 19 June 2011, aged 84 years. Loved wife of the late Lou for 62 years, loved mother and motherinlaw of Lyn and John, Raymond and Raewyn, Kay and John, and Ian. Loved Grandma of Lincoln and Rachel, Alexandra, Matthew, Jimmy and Junko, Rachel and Anand, Olly and Meg, Great- Grandmother of Rafael. At peace with Dad. According to her wishes a service was held in the Selwyn Chapel on Friday 24 June 2011.
iv. EUGENE WILLS JEFFERIS - b: in Tauranga, Bay of Plenty and mar; to JOYCE MARION CLINCH.