Arabella Maria JULIUS 
- Born: 16 Feb 1800, Berhampur Bengal (Reg In London)
- Christened: 1 Jul 1801
- Marriage (1): Rev George QUILTER  on 14 Oct 1818 in St Mary Magdalen Richmond SRY
- Died: 3 Jun 1885, Beverley Yorkshire aged 85
- Buried: 8 Jun 1885, Canwick Lincolnshire
Julius Arabella Maria:
16 Feb 1800. Berhampore.
01 Jul 1801 Berhampore
Daughter of Charles, Surg.and Isabella Maria his wife.
Ref: N/1/6 f.21
Ref: Bengal Ecclesiastical Records: http://indiafamily.bl.uk/UI/FullDisplay.aspx?RecordId=014-000151664
George Quilter, Alt Clerk of this parish, of Canwick of the county of the City of Lincoln, bachelor and Arabella Maria Julius of this parish spinster were married under licence with consent of parents on 14 October 1818 by me Danl C Delafosse A M Offg Minister.
Arabella Maria Julius.
Witnesses: Emily Julius, Amelia Cowel (sic) Julius.
Marriage Register, St Mary Magdalen, Richmond.
Marriages - On 14th inst, Rev George Quilter MA Vicar of Canwick
Lincs, to Arabella Maria 2nd daur of G C Julius Esq., of Richmond Surrey.
The Times, Thursday, Oct 15, 1818; pg. 3; Issue 10488; col F
Also reported in the Examiner 18 October 1818 and Gentlemans Magazine. Caribbeana Vol 3 Pg. 334.
Quilter Arabella Maria. 11 August 1885. The will of Arabella Maria Quilter late of Beverley in the County of York widow who died 3 June 1885 at Beverley was proved at the Principal Registry by the Rev Frederick William Quilter of Battenhall in the city of Worcester Clerk DD and the Rev Henry King Quilter of Bilton in the said County Clerk the son's of the Executors. Personal Estate £2190 9s 7d.
National Probate Calendar.
1. Census: England, 30 Mar 1851, Canwick Vicarage LIN. c
2. Census: England, 8 Apr 1861, Canwick Vicarage LIN. Arabella is recorded as a wife aged 61 born East Indies
3. Census: England, 3 Apr 1881, New Walk Beverly YKS. Arabella is recorded as head of house a clergymans widow aged 81 born India
4. Arabella Maria Julius: Will, 4 Sep 1879.
This Is the last Will and Testament of me Arabella Maria Quilter of Beverley Yorkshire
I appoint my sons Frederick William Quilter Clerk Rector of North Piddle in the County of Worcester and my son Henry King Quilter Clerk vicar of Bilton in the Holderness in the County of York Executors of this my will
I leave to my son Frederick William Quilter six of the old Chippendale chairs worked by Aunt Kitty
I leave to my son Henry King Quilter the bracket clock and my watch
I Leave to my daughter Agnes Amelia Quilter the kitchen clock
I will and bequeath to my daughter Nona Quilter the Piano the American Organ the little clock on the mantelpiece my wearing apparel my desks my small boxes and baskets of all kinds with all the contents except money and securities for money evidences and documents of title and accounts and vouchers of the real ornamental china
I direct that my son Frederick William Quilter shall take what he likes
Then my son Henry King Quilter and that the rest be divided amongst my surviving daughters as they fancy
I leave to my grandson Archdale Vere Quilter my gold seal with the crest
All other my household furniture linen pictures and other household effects whatsoever not specifically mentioned in this my will I direct to be equally divided between my daughter Agnes Amelia Quilter and my son Henry King quilter if these are both alive at the time of my decease but if either is then dead I direct the whole to be then given to the survivor and out of that moiety which may thus fall to my son Henry King Quilter I enjoin that he shall permit my daughter Nona Quilter to take any and every article she may desire and as after my decease and valuation will have to be made of all these articles I desire to express that it would meet with my full approval that any member of my family should be allowed to take at its value any article he or she may desire to have which either my said daughter Agnes Amelia Quilter all my son Henry K Quilter may be willing to spare I direct that after all my just debts funeral and testamentary expenses have been duly discharged by my executors that with all convenience be the sum of £100 be given to my daughter Agnes Amelia Quilter and that all the residue of money or property of mine whatsoever and wheresoever be given absolutely to my daughter Nona Quilter and in case my said daughter Nona shall not be living at the time of my decease I give devise and bequeath the same unto her heirs and administrators to the intent and purpose that the same shall not lapse but go and be applied as part of her estate in witness whereof I have here unto set my hand this 4th day of September 1879
Arabella Maria Quilter
Signed by the said Arabella Maria Quilter the testatrix as and for her last Will and Testament in the presence of us who in her presence at her request and in the presence of each other and all being present at the same time have here unto subscribed our names as witnesses.
J R Clark Ironmongery Beverley
John Ward Nurseryman
On the 11th day of August 1885 Probate of this Will was granted to the Rev Frederick William Quilter Clerk DD and the Rev Henry King Quilter Clerk the executors.
Arabella married Rev George QUILTER  [MRIN: 248], son of James QUILTER "RUMBALL"  and Mary Anne VOKINS , on 14 Oct 1818 in St Mary Magdalen Richmond SRY. (Rev George QUILTER  was born on 15 Jun 1793 in Monken Hadley LND, christened on 15 Jul 1793 in Monken Hadley MDX, died on 15 Nov 1871 in Canwick Lincolnshire and was buried in All Saints Canwick Lincolnshire.)