• Military General Service Medal, 1793-1814

      1793-1814
      Military General Service Medal, 1793-1814. A medal awarded to S.P. Jarvis for service in the Canadian Militia. The medal features Queen Victoria standing on a plinth, crowing the Duke of Wellington with a laurel wreath. The surrounding inscription reads “To the British Army, 1793-1814”. The reverse side of the medal features Queen Victoria. There is one bar on the ribbon attached to the medal that reads “Fort Detroit”. The circumference of the medal is engraved with “S.P. Jarvis Canadn Militia”.
    • Military Pension, received of the Right Honorable Sir Charles Long

      1824-05-01
      Military Pension, received of the Right Honorable Sir Charles Long, Paymaster General of His Majesty’s Forces, the sum of £87 for 15 months Military Pension at £70 per Annum, commencing 25 December 1822 and ending 24 March 1824
    • Written statement of a medical board in pursuance of a garrison order dated 12 October, 1828

      1828-10-12
      Written statement of a medical board in pursuance of a garrison order dated 12 October, 1828, at Kingston “to examine and report upon a wound received by Lieut. William Munson Jarvis by the enemy at York in Upper Canada on 27 April 1813…The Board having met and minutely examined the above named Officer and find that the vision of the right eye is very naturally impaired from the injury received and not likely to be benefited by any treatment”. Signed by J.D. Miller, staff surgeon; John Winterscale, surgeon; and James Geddes, assistant staff surgeon.