Frank Jarvis Pinder is my first cousin, thrice removed and son of Alfred Henry Pinder.
Frank was born in 1877 and in 1903, he married Bertha Longdon. Together, they issued two children, one of them being Alfred Henry Pinder.
Below is a newspaper article(s) published shortly after his death.
THE ADVERTISER, SAT., JAN. 19TH, 1963
MR. F. J. PINDER
Mr. Frank Jarvis Pinder, of 33, Fitzwilliam Road, Rotherham, died on Tuesday at the home of his grand-daughter. He was 85.
Born in Masbro’ Street, Mr. Jarvis had lived in the Rotherham area all his life. He was employed as a brass finisher at Gummer’s Ltd., for more than 50 years, and retired when he was 82. Previously, he had worked in a similar capacity at Stone’s and Gumby’s, of Rotherham.
Mr. Pinder was a keen gardener, and was a former secretary of the St. Ann’s Gardens and Allotments Society. During World War I he served as secretary to the Rotherham Hospitals Potato Scheme. Singing was another of his interests.
He attended the St. Stephen’s Church, Eastwood, where he was a member of the Parochial Church Council, and had been a sidesman.
He leaves two sons, and a grand-daughter. His wife died more than 10 years ago. Cremation takes place to-day, at Rotherham after a service at St. Stephen’s Church, Eastwood.
PINDER. – Suddenly, on January 15th, at his grand-daughter’s residence, 21, Vernon Road. Frank Jarvis, aged 85 years, of 33, Fitzwilliam Road, a dear father and grandad. Service at St. Stephen’s Church, to-day (Saturday), 11 a.m., cremation, Herringthorpe, 11.30 a.m.