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Jane Smith JULIUS 
Jane Smith JULIUS 
- Born: 12 Aug 1757, Holthouse nr Wokingham BRK
- Christened: 15 Aug 1757, Wokingham BRK
- Died: 1832, Bristol WIL aged 75
- Buried: 21 Feb 1832, Bunhill Fields Burial Grounds City Rd MDX
Jane Smith Julius
Baptism Date: 15 Aug 1757
Baptism Place: Wokingham,Berkshire, England
Father: Wm. Julius
FHL Film Number: 0088477, 0088478
Jane was a twin, Lloyds English Post & British Chronical dated August Mon 15 to Wed 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" Copy on file 2003.
Also reported in London Chronicle 16 Aug 1757.
She was left her mothers house at 15 Pritchard St Bristol. Jane did not marry.
WILL of JANE SMITH JULIUS;
Dated 18 January 1832
EXTRACTION FROM THE PRINCIPLE REGISTRY of the Probate Divorce and Admiralty Division of the High Court of Justice. In the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
This is the last will and testament of me JANE SMITH JULIUS of the City of Bristol. Spinster.
I particularly desire to be buried with my mother in the Tabernacle burial ground.
I give to my sister Catherine Charles Moore widow of Holmesburg near Philadelphia in the United States of America, the sum of eight hundred pounds. But in case she should not be living at the time of my decease I give the said sum of 800 pounds unto and equally between her two daughters Jane Moore and Catherine Mary Moore.
I give to my brother John James Julius of the Is of St. Christopher the sum of 400 pounds.
I give to my niece Jane Moore the sum of 50 pounds.
I give to my said niece Catherine Mary Moore the sum of 50 pounds.
I give to my sister Louise Caroline Dare widow at present of Clevedon the sum of 200 pounds.
I give to my neice Jane Dare the sum of 50 pounds and 10 pounds for mourning.
I give to my nephew John Julius Dare the sum of 100 pounds and 10 pounds for mourning and my gold watch and seals.
I give to my nephew George Charles Julius of Richmond Surrey the sum of 30 guineas.
I give to my friend William Armstrong of Bristol, Civil Engineer the sum of 30 guineas.
I give to his wife Sarah Armstrong the sum of 10 pounds for mourning.
I give to Mrs Elizabeth Peckett 10 pounds for mourning.
I give to my servant Ann Dodge if she shall be living with me at the time of my decease the sum of 40 pounds and all my wearing apparel and also 5 pounds for mourning and I direct that the bequests to Ann Dodge shall be paid and delivered free of legacy duty.
I give to my servant Cherry Glanville if she shall be living with me at the time of my decease the sum of 5 pounds and 3 pounds for mourning.
And I direct that all the before mentioned legacies shall be paid within 6 calender months next after my decease and as to all the rest residue and remainder of my personal estate and effects subject to the payment of my just debts my funeral expenses the charges of proving this my will and other incidental expenses
I give and bequeath the same unto my sister Louise Caroline Dare.
And I do hereby nominate and appoint my said brother George Charles Julius and the said William Armstrong to be the Executors of my Will.
In Witness thereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the 18th day of January 1832. JANE SMITH JULIUS.
Witnesses; Sarah Pope, Andrew Liven, Solr. Bristol
Proved 27 March 1832.
(Fos 6. A.Mc.M. 170 Tenterden.)
Will on file, PRO11/1797
See attached sources.
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