Funeral Service

Time: 11.40am

Date: Tuesday 19th January 2021

Service Details:
Due to current restrictions a private funeral service will be held at Accrington Crematorium. The service will be live streamed for all those who are unable to attend. To login to the service please visit and enter the following username and password. Username: Pace1029 Password: 166724

Marjorie Fryer

Peacefully in hospital on 5th January 2021, Marjorie aged 91 years of Salesbury. The devoted wife of the late Geoffrey, loving and loved mum of Gillian and Nigel, cherished nana of Chloe, Amy and Campbell, dear sister of Doreen and a respected relative and friend to many.

Following her school years Marjorie completed an apprenticeship in hairdressing and later went on to own her own business first in Redlam, Blackburn and then Tudor Hair Fashions, Wilpshire. Marjorie was a cutting edge stylist becoming a well known face within the community. Following her work in hairdressing Marjorie went on to work in various part time positions including receptionist at Montague and Larkhill Health Centre. She was a very social lady and loved to meeting up with friends and family, she enjoyed travel and always looked forward to her holidays, both abroad and in the UK. She was an avid Crown Green Bowler and member of Salesbury Bowling Club playing in the league entering many competitions. Marjorie was an active member of St Peter’s Church Salesbury often helping out with organising Church events.

Family flowers only please, donations can be made in memory of Marjorie on behalf of ELHT & ME & RSPCA. To make a donation please click the ‘Make a Donation’ button at the bottom of this page.

Please feel free to leave a message for Marjorie’s online memorial book by completing the form below.

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MESSAGES for the family of Marjorie Fryer


Deborah Grobbelaar

God Bless Marjorie. Such a lovely vibrant lady. Missed by so many family and friend. RIP


Jenny Rae

I always enjoyed Marjorie’s visits to Wimbledon , she enjoyed being one of the girls and wining and dining. She will be sadly missed by us all.


Melanie Allen

Dearest Gillian, Nigel and all family members. I am so very sorry to hear about the loss of your mum. She was always so loving and happy when I met her. I know she will be missed terribly by Chloe, Amy and Jane. A massive hug to you all. Lots of love.


Deborah and Geoffrey Kellt

Fond memories of a lovely and elegant lady. Will be sadly missed.


Margaret O’Neill

Such a lovely lady. I used to love hearing Gill relate all her Mums adventures and there were many. Very much enjoyed meeting up with her when she visited Gill in London.


Jenny Tew

Thinking of you all and sending my sincerest condolences. I’ll remember Marjorie with fondness and laughter, always glamorous and always such a welcoming and friendly lady. RIP xxx


Leonard Tomlinson

She is at peace, god bless.


Deborah and Geoffrey Kelly

Thinking of Gill, Nigel and family at this sad time. Fond memories of a lovely elegant lady. She will be missed.


Alan S Mercer

Rest in Peace Marjorie Salesbury and especially Salesbury Bowling Club will never be the same without you.


Barbara & Colin Randell

Dear Auntie Marjorie was such good company, always lively and interesting. We were extremely fond of her and will really miss her. You are all very much in our thoughts.


Elsie Haworth

Many happy memories of us bowling together in many competitions.


Carole Fenton

Will be very much missed around Showley Court xxx


June John and Janet

RIP Marjorie, you won’t be forgotten at Showley court. God bless sleep tight.


Jane Vinson and Ken Smith

Sending you and your family our sincere condolences, Gill. Your Mum was such a lovely lady and we will miss seeing her in Wimbledon.


Tina and John

Our thoughts are with you on this sad occasion. It was always a pleasure to see Marjorie. A truly positive lady who was a role model to her children and grandchildren. She be sadly missed by all those who knew and loved her. Much love Tina and John.


Hilary and Grahame Stehle

We were so sad to hear about Auntie Marjorie. Over the years, on our visits ‘up north’, we have had many lovely times together to remember her by. Marjorie will be sadly missed by all the family.


Joan Bryce

My deepest condolences go out to all the family during this time. I’m so glad I had a chance to get to know Marjorie. She was a such special person who will be so sorely missed. I share in your sadness!


Robyn Sharman and Jeff Hoadley

Dear Gill, Nigel and Families. We were very sorry to hear of the sad loss of your mother Marjorie. We have fond memories of Marjorie having met her on several occasions over the years when she was visiting Gill in Wimbledon. She was always a delight to chat to. We know you will miss her dearly and hope you will gain some comfort through the support of family and friends.


Jean Wilson

I’ll miss you in church! RIP Marjorie x


Joan Bryce

Condolences to the family at this sad time. It was truly a pleasure to have known Marjorie. She will be missed dearly. May she rest in peace.


Steve & Elaine Worden

Marjorie was a lovely lady, always happy and smiling when we met her whilst out walking in Salesbury. Our condolences to all of her family who she was very proud of.


Irene Livesey

Fond memories of cousin Marjorie RIP.


Jane & Lee

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Alison Henderson

Thinking of you all for the life of your fun and vibrant mum. She was a great mum and you will have an amazing memories of her. All my love to you all Xxx


Mike and Jayne Deasy

Our thoughts and prayers are with you Gill and all your family. Your Mum was a wonderful lady and shall be missed. Believing roses are in heaven Xx


Roy & Helen Fletcher

Helen & I are so very sorry we could not be with you to say bye bye to my dearest cousin Marjorie. It was a very beautiful and extremely dignified service, we will remember her with the deepest love forever. Cousin Roy & Helen.



Sincerer sympathy to the family and friends of Marjorie. We were so lucky to have her as a Member at Salesbury Bowling Club, we enjoyed bowling with her and watching her bowl. Thank you Marjorie for some very happy times in your company. Joan and Arthur Gill.


Tony white

I have only known marjorie a very short while, in that time she has left an everlasting memory on me. A truly respected lovely lady who will be sadly missed but not forgotten.