Arthur Onslow JULIUS 
- Born: 14 Oct 1854, Wardrobe CT Old Palace Richmond SRY
- Baptised: 18 Nov 1854, St John Richmond SRY
- Marriage: Elizabeth "Bessie" WOODIFIELD  on 8 Aug 1888 in Kensington MDX
- Died: 4 May 1929, 113 Church Rd Ham London. aged 74
Arthur was born at 7.50 in the evening October 14, 1853. Baptised at St John's Church Richmond by Mr Wilks November 18, 1853. Sponsors the Earl of Onslow, Mr Christopher and the Dowager Duchess of Shaftesbury.
From the entries in Burkitt on the New Testament.
Arthur was a Solicitor of Richmond Surrey, he practiced at 15 Finsbury Circus London. Arthur lived at Portland Terrace, Richmond, where Nancy Fenn attended children's parties, he then moved to Langham House, Ham Common.
LETTER FROM LORD ONSLOW.
December 29th 1853
My Dear Madam,
May I beg to entrust to your keeping the accompanying little cadeau for my Godson Arthur Onslow Julius, with my very warmest wishes for his wellbeing here and his still better being hereafter.
It never occured to me till it was to late to give the order, to have the date of his birth and the year engraved on the cup, but as I perceive there is a blank sheild on one of its sides of a most inviting character for that purpose, I can hardly resist the temptation, if you will allow me, with taking it to Town with me on the first opportunity that offers itself.I will take especial care to have the figures more distinctly marked than those in the monogram on the obverse side of the cup which represent A.O.J.
Believe me to be
My dear madam
Your very faithful
See image on picture file note birth date appears to be incorrect.
Arthur was named after Arthur George Onslow, 3rd Lord Onslow, (1777-1870), a family friend. This letter in the possession of Rosemary Julius 2003, is clearly dated, casting some doubt on the reported year of Arthurs birth.
Julius Jottings. April 1900 No. 2.
With reference to the Kings presents, mentioned in a last number, to Dr Julius, senior, a massive pair of silver candlesticks given to him are now in the possession of Mr Arthur O. Julius, of Ham, with the royal crest and Coronet on one side, and the Julius arms on the other.
FUNERAL OF MR A. O. JULIUS
THE TIMES 4 May 1929.
Many tributes of respect at Ham Church ceremony.
It was with great regret that we announced in our mid-weekly issue the death on Sunday of Mr. Arthur Onslow Julius, at 113, Church Road. Mr Julius, who was seventy-five years of age, was head of one of the oldest Richmond families. He was born at The Wardrobe Court, which was the residence of the family before the late Lord Cave lived there.
Mr. Julius was a solicitor, and continued practicing to the time of his last illness. He and his family lived in Ham some time ago for about eighteen years and during that time he took a prominent part in the life of the village. He was a churchwarden for several years, was chairman of the District Council and manager of the schools. His simple manner and kindly personality won him many friends. He leaves a widow and a married son, who is a partner in his father's firm. Another of his sons was killed in Mesopotamia during the war
The body was taken to St. Andrew's Church, Ham, on Wednesday evening, and remained there all night. A service was held in the church on Thursday afternoon, and it was attended by a large number of friends. The chief mourners were, Mrs. Julius (widow), Mr. Dudley Julius (son). Mrs. Hunt (sister), Mrs. Dudley Julius (daughter-in-law), Colonel and Mrs. Julius (cousins), Miss Ethel Julius (cousin), the Misses Bateman (nieces), Colonel and Mrs. Woodifield (brother-in-law), the Misses Woodifield (sisters-in-law), Mr. and Mrs. Percy Elworthy (niece), Dr. and Mrs. Charles Fenn (nephew), Mr. Leslie, Hull (cousin), Mrs George Hunt, and Mrs E.C.P. Hull.
The service was fully choral, the hymns "How bright those glorious spirits shine" and "Lead, kindly light" being sung. Mr. Reed was at the organ. The officiating clergy were the Rev. J. R. Pridie (vicar of Ham), the Rev. H. M. Gray (vicar of Richmond), and the Rev. Vanderzee Fenn (nephew of the late Mr. Julius). The interment afterwards took place in Ham Churchyard. There were many beautiful floral emblems.
Julius Mr Arthur Onslow (75) of Old Jewry EC solicitor and
Church-road Richmond (net personally L17,113) . . . . . L22695
Alternative date, death 2 May, he died aged 75 years.
In 1876 Arthur is recorded by his sister Katherine Fenn as having an address at 5 Bedford Gardens Kensington W.
420 Julius Arthur Onslow 15 Finsbury circus E.C.
Ancestry: London Phone Book 1889/90/91
P O Kingston 848 Julius Arthur O Solicitor Langham hse Ham
Ancestry: London Phone Book 1909/10/11/13
London Wall 2570 Julius & Thomas Solicitors 15 Finsbury Circus
Ancestry: London Phone Book 1909/10/11
Bank 8469 Julius & Thomas Solicitors 8 Old Jewry EC
Ancestry: London Phone Book 1912/13/14/17/20
Redhill 156 Julius Arthur O Solicitor Kingsholme Earlswd comn
Ancestry: London Phone Book 1914
Reigate 356 Julius Arthur O Solicitor Kingsholme Earlswd comn
Ancestry: London Phone Book 1915
Richmond 542 Julius Arthur O Solicitor 4 Portland tce The Green
Ancestry: London Phone Book 1917/18/20/21/22/23/24/25
Julius Arthur O Solicitor 4 Portland tce The Green Richmond 0542
Ancestry: London Phone Book 1927
Bank 8469 Julius Edwards & Thomas Solicitors 8 Old Jewry EC
Ancestry: London Phone Book 1912/14/15/17/18/20
Bank 8469 Julius Edwards & Julius Solicitors 8 Old Jewry EC
Ancestry: London Phone Book 1921/22/23
Central 1970 Julius Edwards & Julius Solicitors 8 Old Jewry EC
Ancestry: London Phone Book 1924/25
Central 2376 Julius Edwards & Julius Solicitors 8 Old Jewry EC
Ancestry: London Phone Book 1927.
Julius Arthur Onslow of 8 Old Jewry London died 28 April 1929 at 113 Church Road Richmond Surrey Probate London 15 June to Elizabeth Julius widow and Arthur Dudley Julius Solicitor. Effects L22695 10s 5d
Ref: Ancestry National Probate Calendars.
Birth & baptism details IGI film FHL 1042204 record birth 14 Oct 1853, bap. 18 Nov 1853 - to search 2009
Surrey History Centre:
ESTATES OF THE TOLLEMACHE FAMILY OF HAM HOUSE IN KINGSTON UPON THAMES, HAM, PETERSHAM AND ELSEWHERE: RECORDS, 14TH CENTURY-1945
Catalogue Ref. K58
LMS/JLY January 1972
Langham House, Ham Common
FILE - Lease for 21 years; 1. Maj-Gen. C.E. Webber & another; 2 Arthur O. Julius esq. 31 Oct 1895; endorsed: Surrender; 1. A. O. Julius; Earl of Dysart 20 Feb 1914; plan in margin - ref. K58/6/218 - date: 1895-1914
FILE - Letters re improvements and rent; A. O. Julius to E. Edwards - ref. K58/6/219 - date: Feb-Mar 1903; May 1905
FILE - Draft surrender; A. O. Julius esq. to Dysart; With copy memorandum of surrender - ref. K58/6/221-2 - date: 20 Feb 1911 - 1913 - 2 messuages with yards & gardens called School residences in Ham St.
FILE - Counterpart lease for 21 years; 1. Maj.-Gen. Webber, G.T.Biddulph & Hon. Stanhope Tollemache, Dysart trustees; 2. Rev. Arthur Vaughan Blunt, vicar, Arthur Onslow Julius esq., and Hen. Negus, farm bailiff, churchwardens; Sydney Fletcher Higgins and Joseph Horace Noble, esqs., overseers of the poor; John Wm. Harker and Fred. Gridley esqs., and Wm. Warner, builder, all of Ham, school committee; plan in margin - ref. K58/6/384 - date: 10 Dec 1898
New Rd: Blunt Cott., no.43, Julius Cott., no.45 and Balgay no.47
SURREY ESTATES also TWICKENHAM ESTATE and LINCOLNSHIRE and LEICESTERSHIRE ESTATES and general estate management - ref. K58/13
Policies for properties not listed in /72
FILE - Julius Cottage, No.45 New Rd., Ham - ref. K58/13/142a-b - date: 1931, 1933
To find out more about the archives described, contact Surrey History Centre <http://www.archon.nationalarchives.gov.uk/archon/searches/locresult_details.asp?LR=176>
PROPERTIES IN HAM - ref. K58/6
Copyhold house and premises on North of Ham Common
FILE - Conveyance; 1. Dysart trustees and another; 2. Julius A. Bertram esq. - ref. K58/6/15 - date: 19 May 1899
FILE - Affidavit of Julius Alf. Bertram - ref. K58/18/74 - date: 24 July 1893
HIGH COURT, CHANCERY DIVISION, papers in the matter of the Estate of the Rt. Hon. Lionel William John Manners, Earl of Dysart, dec. - ref. K58/18.
1. Census: England, 8 Apr 1861, 2 Old Palace Richmond SRY. Arthur is recorded as a son aged 7 scholar born Richmond SRY
2. Census: England, 2 Apr 1871, Richmond SRY. Arthur is shown at his fathers home aged 17.
3. Census: England, 3 Apr 1881, 15 Finsbury Circus St Stephens London. Arthur is shown in this Census at 15 Finsbury Circus born abt 1854 at Richmond, relationship Boarder to others in the house who were
George Early head and his wife Emma
4. Census: England, 5 Apr 1891, 4 Portland Tce The Green Richmond SRY. Arthur is recorded as head of house married aged 37 a solicitor born Richmond
5. Census: England, 31 Mar 1901, St Michael le Belfry York. Arthur is recorded as a visitor at the home of Richard & Emily Blunt married aged 47 a solicitor born Richmond SRY
6. Census: England, 2 Apr 1911, Langham House Ham SRY. Arthur is recorded as head of a 16 room house aged 57 married a solicitor an employer born Richmond SRY. there are 3 servants in the house.
Arthur married Elizabeth "Bessie" WOODIFIELD  [MRIN: 186] on 8 Aug 1888 in Kensington MDX. (Elizabeth "Bessie" WOODIFIELD  was born in 1865 in London and died on 27 Mar 1936 in London.)