1863 - 1948

Born at Felixstowe, Suffolk on 11 September 1863, daughter of Henry Jervis-White-Jervis (1825-1881), a colonel in the army and MP for Harwich, Essex, and his wife Lucy (1828-1916), daughter of John Chevalier Cobbold (1797-1882), MP for Ipswich, she was a sister to Herbert Jervis-White-Jervis [q.v.]. Their home in 1881 was Cliff House, Cobbold Road, Felixstowe, Suffolk. A landscape painter and a member of the Ipswich Fine Art Club 1903-1948 and and exhibited from Cliff House, Felixstowe in 1902 'A Quiet Corner in Taormima' and 'Prickly Pear', in 1906 five watercolours 'Low Water, Felixstowe Ferry', 'Old Pond-Walton', 'The Harbour, Cannes', The Aro from Casino Gardens' and 'Drying Sails, Cannes' and in 1908 three watercolours 'A Street, Venice', 'Fort at Antibes' and 'A Street, Corfe Castle', in 1910 ‘Felixstowe Cliffs’, ‘After Sunset, Hollesley Heath’ and ‘A Venetian Bridge’. In 1920 was at Greylands, Melton, Woodbridge, Suffolk exhibiting in in 1923 three watercolours 'Where the Sun Sets, Luxor', 'The Church of the Gesuati, Venice' and 'On Hollesley Heath' and in 1924 a watercolour 'The Cornfield' and in 1925 three watercolours 'From the Third Pyramid', 'Where the Snipe Nests', 'Bromeswell Heath' and 'Roses and the Nile' in 1927 three watercolours 'Sheringham after Rain', 'Sunrise near Capernaum' and 'Kasv I Nil Bridge, Cairo' and in 1935 four watercolours 'Hollesley Heath', 'The Deben at Sunset', 'Summer Clouds, Alderton' and 'La France, Roses' and a regular exhibitor showing 45 works between 1902 and 1947 when she last exhibited, four watercolour from Melton 'Wind and Blown Shocks of Corn', 'Gorse on Hollesley Heath', 'A Corner of Venice' and 'The Gondola's Harbour', her subjects being mostly local landscapes with some Italian views. She also exhibited at the Society of Women Artists 1903-1904 from Cliff House, Felixstowe, Suffolk. In 1939 she was living at Greylands, Melton, Woodbridge, Suffolk where she died in Deben district of Suffolk in 1948, aged 85 and buried at Melton, Suffolk, she was unmarried.