Series 2 - Charles Julius Pasmore Jolliffe

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Charles Julius Pasmore Jolliffe

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CA ON00340 F3309-2

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4 cm of textual records

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Charles Julius Pasmore Jolliffe (1876-1965) was a Methodist/United Church missionary to China in the first half of the twentieth century. He was born in 1876 in Paisley, Ontario. In 1883, he moved with his family to Rockwood where he farmed with his father until the age of nineteen. He attended Victoria University, where he became interested in the Student Volunteer Movement, and graduated in 1904. The same year that he was ordained by the Methodist Church, 1906, he also married Gertrude Bigelow, and they went to China together as missionaries. Rev. and Mrs. Jolliffe opened the Canadian Methodist station at Luchow. From 1922 to 1937, Rev. Jolliffe was in charge of the station at Jenshow. During this period, he also taught for a few months at a United Church college in Japan and served for two years as minister at Erin and Hillsburgh, Ontario. In 1937, they returned to Canada, serving at Glen Williams, Barton Stone-Trinity and Ponsonby. After retirement, they returned to Rockwood where he died in 1965. The Jolliffes had five children: Edward, Aimee, Richard, Paul and Frances.

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Series consists of photocopy of manuscript re Great Awakening in China, n.d.; notes and comments, photocopy of 'Our Work in China" by Rev. & Mrs. C.J.P. Jolliffe given to grandson, Kyle Jolliffe.

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