The Shelbyville News
Jenny Jo Jolliff, 23, R.R. 5, Shelbyville, died at 9:30 am.m Wednesday at
W. S. Major Hospital of possible complications after childbirth.
Wednesday September 4, 1985
Born February 20, 1962, Shelbyville, d/o Alvin W. and Virginia
Married Roland E. Jolliff Jr., in Tennessee; he survives.
Homemaker and lifetime resident of Shelbyville.
Graduated from Shelbyville High School.
Member of the Salvation Army.
Also surviving: parents, Shelbyville; two children, James
R. and Dana Rae Jolliff, at home; brother, Michael
Gaffney, Morristown; a sister, Mrs. Mike (Vickie)
McDonald St. Paul; and grandparents, Ortie W. and
Eva F. Moore, Shelbyville, and Pearl M. Gaffney, Franklin.
Murphy Mortuary, Major Claude Reeder officiating.
Burial: Forest Hill Cemetery.
Summarized by Phyllis Miller Fleming
The Daily Democrat
Mrs. Lucy Joliff, wife of Joseph C. Joliff, died at her home
323 east Jackson street at 7:30 o’clock Tuesday evening from paralysis with
which she had suffered for some time.
Wednesday September 1, 1926
Page 6 column 6
MRS. LUCY JOLIFF OF
CITY IS DEAD
Funeral Services Will be Conducted
at Late Residence
Funeral services will be conducted at the late home at 3 o’clock on
Thursday afternoon and will be only for the immediate relatives and friends.
The Rev. T.J. Wilson, pastor of the First Christian Church will officiate and
burial will be in the Forest Hill cemetery in charge of C.F. Fix & Son,
Mrs. Joliff was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Brummer, was
born January 14, 1868 and at the time of death was fifty-nine years, seven
months and seven days old. She was widely known throughout the city and county
and had a wide circle of friends who will regret to learn of her death.
Mrs. Joliff was united in marriage to Mr. Joliff, and one daughter by a
former marriage survives. She is Mrs. Russell Foster, of Elm street.
Mrs. Joliff was a devoted member of the First Christian Church and was a woman
of lovely character.
Besides the bereaved husband and daughter, she is survived by two grandsons
Braden and Russell Foster, of this city; one step-son, Charles
Joliff, of Decatur county; one step-daughter, Mrs. Glen Sumpter, of
Earlington, Kentucky; one brother, Fred Brummer, of Batesville, and one
sister, Mrs. Theodore Schulhorst, of Covington, Kentucky.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming
M. Joliff died at his home in Flat Rock at 5 o’clock p.m., Saturday,
December 11th, aged 42 years, 4 months and 3 days. The funeral was held at the
M.E. church at 10 o’clock a.m. Monday December 13th.. Interment in the Roberts
Chapel cemetery by Edwards & Hageman.
The Shelby Republican
Tuesday December 14, 1897
Page 4 column 2
(December 12, 1897)
The Shelby Republican
THE SHELBY DEMOCRAT
Thursday December 16, 1897
Page 3 column 8
Joliff, a brother of George Joliff, died at his home in this town
Saturday evening at his home about five o’clock.