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William Jolliffe (16 April 1745 – 20 February 1802) was a long-standing British Member of Parliament.

Jolliffe was elected to the House of Commons for Petersfield in 1768, a seat he held until 1802. He married Eleanor Hylton, daughter and heir of Sir Richard Hylton, 5th Baronet, and Anne, sister and co-heiress of John Hylton, 18th Baron Hylton. Jolliffe died in February 1802, aged 56. His wife died the same year. Their grandson William George Hylton Jolliffe became a prominent Conservative politician and was created Baron Hylton in 1866.

Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
John Jolliffe
Richard Croftes
Member of Parliament for Petersfield
with Welbore Ellis 1768–1774
Sir Abraham Hume 1774–1780
Thomas Samuel Jolliffe 1780–1787
The Viscount Downe 1787–1790
George Augustus North 1790
Marquess of Titchfield 1790–1791
Welbore Ellis 1791–1795
Charles Greville 1795–1796
Hylton Jolliffe 1796–1797
Sir John Sinclair 1797–1802

1768–1802
Succeeded by
Hylton Jolliffe
William Draper Best

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