Edith Katherine JULIUS 
- Born: 28 Oct 1850, Wrecclesham Church Farnham SRY
- Died: 4 Nov 1937, Redhill aged 87
Another name for Edith was Kate.
The Times, Friday, Nov 01, 1850; pg. 7; Issue 20635; col F Births - on 28th ult, at Wrecclesham parsonage, daur to Rev H R Julius.
At the death of her mother Kate and her sister Constance moved to Croake Hill Road Redhill SRY.
Julius Jottings No 3 October 1900
Miss E. K. Julius with her niece, Miss Brewin, and two friends had a very enjoyable tour to Rome, Naples, Florence and Venice, etc., this spring.
Julius Jottings April 1902 No 7
Miss Katie Julius and Miss Geraldine Morris have left England on a trip to Northern Italy, where they are visiting the picture galleries of Milan, Florence and Venice. They expect to return home shortly before Easter.
In 1901 Edith was in possession of two origional images of Isabella Gilder, which were published in Julius Jottings No 4 Jan 1901
Edith, on the 23 Nov 1911, sailed from London to Capetown on the Thermistocles. Ref: Findmypast.co.uk
Edith, on the 4 Dec 1934, sailed from Southampton to Madeira on the Winchester Castle. Her address is recorded as Uplands Guildford.
Julius Miss E K Hollowdene Meadvale Redhill Reigate 1347
Ancestry: London Phone Book 1935/36/37/38
Miss Edith K Julius.
An Old Meadvale Resident and Devoted Worker for St John's Church.
Residents of Meadvale and members of the congregation of St John's Church Redhill, in common with a wide circle of friends by whom she was held in high regard, learnt with sorrow of the death of Miss Edith Katharine Julius, who passed away on Thursday of last week at Hollowdene Meadvale after a short illness. Miss Julius who was 87 years of age, had been in failing health for some time, but was able to attend church within a fortnight of her death.
Miss Julius had lived in Meadvale where her gracious presence was always welcomed, for many years. Of a kindly and sympathetic disposition, she was always willing to render help and never refused any appeal made to her. She was a devoted worker in connection with St John's Church and was for 20 years Sunday School Superintendent of Meadvale, where she won the affection of all the children. For the long period of 50 years she was an Associate of the Girls Friendly Society, in which she took a warm and practical interest, and she only relinquished her activities in this connection on account of failing health. Greatly interested in missionary work, Miss Julius was for many years a zealous worker on behalf of overseas missions, and she and her sister, with whom much sympathy has been expressed, delighted in placing their beautiful grounds at the disposal of the young people of the parish for their various activities, a kindness which was held in high appreciation.
The funeral took place on Saturday, the service in St John's Church being followed by the interment in the family vault in the churchyard; a fitting resting place beneath the tower of the church he loved so well.
The service was impressively conducted by the Rev T.W.D. Wright, assisted by the Rev H Andersen. Mr Drury (organist) presided at the organ and the choir led the singing of the hymns, "The Saints of God" and "Alleluia the Strife is O'er" and of the Nunc Dimittis as the cortege left the church. The mourners from the house were: her sorrowing sister Miss C. Julius, Mrs A. Wilson, Sir A. Haye Butterworth, Miss Parker, and Mr and Mrs A.G. George. They were met at the church by the Rev A. Morris, Mr and Mrs A. Stephens, the Rev M. Holme (representing the Brewin family), Dr H Parker, the Rev R Stevens, the Rev C Morris, Miss Stevens, Miss S Parker, Mr H Holme, and Miss Rose. Amongst the very large congregation were: Mr and Mrs H.A. Howe, Mr and Miss Knight, Mr Cortazzi and Mrs Copper, Miss Machin, Mr and Mrs Sanderson, Miss Boyle, Mrs Politeyan, and Misses Chantler, Miss Dennis, Miss Hunneybell, Mrs J Gear, Mrs C Gear, Mr J Gear and Mrs C.V. George, Mr and Mrs May, Mrs Woodman, Mr Kent, Miss Terry, Miss Ramsey, Miss Jackson Mason, Miss Smith, Miss Spencer, etc.
Floral tributes were sent by the following "Her loving sister, Miss C. Julius", "Angela, George and Betsy"; Sir Alexander Haye Butterworth; Mr and Mrs A. Stephens; Mrs Julius Brewin and family; Mrs Holme; Miss Brewin; Mrs Ferguson and Mrs Roberts; Miss R. De Renzi Martin, Mr Leslie Hull, Mr and Mrs H A Howe, Mrs Sutton and Barbara; Miss Windsor; Mr and Miss Knight; Mrs Vallance; Miss Sewell and Mrs MacIlwaine; Miss Boyle; Mrs Langton; Dr and Mrs Langton; Rev and Mrs Politeyan; Miss Machin; Miss Foster; Mrs Morris; Miss Knot; Mrs Cooper and Miss Gibbs; Mrs Stallard; the GFS and Scouts and Rovers; Mr Brown; Mrs Beckett; Mr H Parker; the Misses Page and Westhead; Mr and Mrs Sanderson; the Misses Parker; Mrs Pierpont; Miss Jackson Mason; Mr and Mrs Richardson; Miss Ramsey; Miss Brigden; Miss Rose; Miss Terry; Mrs J Purchase; and "Anon".
Ref: Surrey Mirror Friday 12 Nov 1937.
Julius Edith Katharine of Hollowdean Meadvale Redhill Surrey spinster died 4 November 1937 Probate London 6 January 1938 to Alfred Julius Stephens solicitor and Herbert Francis Parker medical practitioner. Effects L4562 9s 7d. Resworn L1856 5s 9d
Ref: National Probate calendar.
1. Census: England, 30 Mar 1851, Rectory Wrecclesham Farnham. Edith is recorded as a daughter aged 3mths born Farnham
2. Census: England, 2 Apr 1871, Rectory Wrecclesham Farnham. Edith is recorded as a daughter aged 20 single born Wrecclesham
3. Census: England, 3 Apr 1881, Wood Lodge Bournemouth. Edith is a guest of Michael and Mary Rowlandson she is aged 30 unmarried born Farnham
4. Census: England, 5 Apr 1891, Woodcroft Red Hill Reigate SRY. Edith is recorded as a daughter aged 40 born Farnham
5. Census: England, 31 Mar 1901, Reigate SRY. Edith is described as Catherine head of house single aged 50 living on her own means born Farnham SRY
6. Census: England, 2 Apr 1911, Hollowdene Cronks Hill Rd Redhill SRY. Edith is recorded as head of a house of 8 rooms aged 60 single living on private means an employer born Farnham SRY. There were two servants in the house.