In Memory Of Stanley Albert Jolliffe

Stanley Jolliffe

Stanley Albert Jolliffe, age 44 years, of 83/85 London Road, Rayleigh passed away on 1/1/69 at his home. Service: 2:30 p.m., at St. Michael's Church, Rayleigh on Friday, 10th January, 1969, followed by interment at Rayleigh Cemetery.

Dr. Jolliffe was born in Swinton in Yorkshire, where he received his education at the Arnold School. From there he went on to Caius College, Cambridge, and qualified as a doctor at Guy's Hospital in 1949.

In the same year he married his wife Sylvia in Blackpool where he was living. From 1951-53 he was Medical Officer of S.H.A.P.E. and took up General Practice in Rayleigh in November of 1953.

Throughout his 15 years of General Practice in Rayleigh, Dr. Jolliffe took great interest in the welfare of elderly people. He was one of the founder members of Rayleigh Old People's Welfare Committee, of which he became a Trustee.

He was an active Freemason, and Worshipful Master of Trinity Lodge at the the time of his death, and a member of Trinity Chapter.

A former Vice-President of Rayleigh Fairwiew Cricket Club and a member of Rayleigh Conservative Club, he was also a keen sailor.

Dr. Jolliffe's practice extended as far as Rettendon, Hullbridge, and Ashingdon, as well as Rayleigh.

He leaves a widow, Sylvia, and two children, Jane Elizabeth and Peter.


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