The son of Jerry Cruncher and Mrs. Cruncher. Young Jerry is just a boy, but he becomes curious about what work his father goes off to do at night-time. He follows his father one night, and watches in terror as his father attempts to open up the grave of Roger Cly. Young Jerry then flees. Yet the next day Young Jerry asks his father what a "resurrection man" and to both his father's dismay and pride explains that he wants to be one when he grows up.
The timeline below shows where the character Young Jerry appears in A Tale of Two Cities. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
Book 2, Chapter 1
Book 2, Chapter 14