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William JULIUS of Basseterre [687]
(1695-1752)
Frances (Anne) Mary CHARLES [688]
(1700-1737)
Dr Robert EDWARDS of Antigua [4804]
(-1762)
Catherine JULIUS [4805]
William JULIUS [685]
(1726-1780)
Jane Smith EDWARDS [686]
(1734-1823)

William JULIUS [4509]
(1757-1771)

 

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William JULIUS [4509]

  • Born: 12 Aug 1757, Holthouse nr Wokingham BRK
  • Died: 26 Sep 1771, Harrow School Eng. aged 14
  • Buried: 26 Sep 1771, St Paul Covent Garden
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William was a twin, the British Chronical dated August 15-17, 1757 reported "The Lady of William Julius Esq., was fafely delivered of twins a son and a daughter, at his seat of Holthoufe near Oakingham (now Wokingham) Berkfhire", he died aged 14 years.

Died. Saturday at Harrow of a putrid fever and sore throat, after 29 hours illnefs, Mafter Julius, fon of William Julius Esq. of Imley Park. Northamptonfhire
Middlesex Journal or Chronicle of Liberty. Thurs 26 to Sat 28 Sept 1771

Saturday laft died at Harrow of a putrid Fever and fore Throat, after no more than twenty nine Hours Illnefs, Mafter Julius, fenior Monitor of that School, and Son of William Julius, Esq; of Imley Park, Northamptonfhire.
Public Advertifer Friday 27 September 1771

1771 Sep 26 at Harrow master Julius senior monitor of that School and son of William Julius Esq.
London Magazine Vol. XL

Burial Register St Paul Covent Garden.
26 September 1771 William Julius in the New Vault from Westminster.
Ref: Harleian Series.

William Julius
Burial date26 Sep 1771
Burial placeSt Paul, Covent Garden
CountyMiddlesex
Record setWestminster Burials

England, Scotland, Ireland: Musgrave's Obituaries Prior to 1800, parts 3 & 4 Obituary Prior to 1800 (as far as Relates to England, Scotland, and Ireland), Compiled by Sir William Musgrave, 6th Bart., of Hayton Castle, Co. Cumberland, and Entitled by him "A General Nomenclator and Obituary, with Referrence to the Books Where the Persons are Mentioned, and Where some Account of their Character is to be Found." County: General Country: England Julius, - (Master). 26 Sep 1771. (L.M. 524.)


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