When Ena walked out of hospital before she was cleared following a collapse in 1960, Dr. Tinsley visited her at the Glad Tidings Mission Hall to check on her, and told her she had senile decay. In early 1961, when Albert had a collapse, Dr. Tinsley made a house call and told Albert he should have somebody to look after him.
Within a couple of months, he retired to Bournemouth, mostly for the air for his sick wife, and Dr Graham took over his practice.
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