Dr George Charles JULIUS M.D. 
- Born: 9 Aug 1804, Assam Dist. Sharhabad Behar India
- Marriage (1): Jean SPAIGHT  on 13 Oct 1829 in Kilrush Ireland
- Marriage (2): Susan THORLEY  on 19 Feb 1844 in Petersham SRY
- Died: 1 Dec 1885, Claremont Hse. Nr Tilford SRY aged 81
- Buried: Tilford Churchyard Nr Farnham SRY
JULIUS JOTTINGS. OCTOBER, 1900. No 3.
GEORGE CHARLES JULIUS. 1804-1885.
Reminiscences by Florence Stevens.
George was born in India in 1804. His parents soon afterwards returned to England, and settled at the Old Palace, Richmond, and George was brought up to the medical profession. He began practice with his father, but not for very long, and on his marriage, in 1829, to the beautiful Miss Spaight (*), he went to live in Ireland. His wife died in 1840, and leaving a daughter, Ethel, to be brought up by her grandmother, Mrs. Spaight, at the Hermitage, Castle Connel, co. Limerick, he went to live with his three boys at Wakefield, in Yorkshire, and sent them to a day school.
In 1844 he married Susan Thorley, the only child of a wealthy old friend in Richmond ; she died left him with another baby girl, Ella, who became the charge of his niece, Julia Quilter. Dr. Julius was very unhappy, and buried himself in the wilds of Ireland, with his three boys.
Whilst on a visit to Mr. Spaight, at the Hermitage, the house was nearly burnt down, and his boys had a narrow escape ; the bed in which two of them were sleeping was in flames, and Dr. Julius was only just in time to rescue them. He has shown me part of the charred bed hanging, handsomely worked by hand, which he always kept.
Very early in life his son Reginald went to seek his fortune in New Zealand, whilst Herbert and Edric practiced as solicitors in Maidstone, and at Holt, in Norfolk. After a time they joined their brother in New Zealand, and Dr. Julius settled at Washfield, in Devonshire, with his brother William, a retired major, and his niece, Julia Quilter, and her charge, Ella. He spent some happy years in beautiful scenery, for which he had a painter's appreciation, doctoring the poor people, by whom he was much loved.
Later on he spent two years at Willey Mill, at Wrecclesham, with Ella, and then took a little house near Brecon, in South Wales, a very beautiful part of the country, moving later into Peterstone Court. Whilst here he entered into and thoroughly enjoyed county society, for which he was eminently fitted, and also spent much time in fishing.
During a visit with her father to his, sister at St. Leonards, Ella contracted typhoid fever, which developed on a visit to Wrecclesharn, and of which she died at the age of 25.
This was a sad blow and lifelong sorrow to her father. He left Wales, and after a time settled at Seale, near Farnham, where later on his son Edric, now an invalid, and his widowed daughter-in-law, Mrs. Reginald Julius (Catherine Cameron), and her three children joined him, and remained with him to the end of his life.
He died at Tilford, near Farnham, in 1885, aged 81, and was buried in that pretty churchyard by the side of his brother, Mavor Julius, and his niece, Julia Quilter. He was a fine,looking man, about 6ft, 2in. in height., fond of art, music, and painting, a, fascinating talker, fond of society, and yet shrinking from it, a reader of every kind of literature, a good classic scholar, and also a lover of Nature. Fishing was his favourite pastime. He was not a successful man, and perhaps this made him rather morbid. He was very kind-hearted, and greatly loved by the poor wherever he lived.
He was a very able man, and would probably have done well in his profession if only he had kept to it.
(*) Said to have been an unhappy marriage - Pg 30 "A power in the Land"
George C. Julius of Surrey studied medicine there for three sessions.
1821-2 Chemistry, Materia Medica, Anatomy.
1822-3 Chemistry, Clinical Medicine, Botany.
1824-5 Institutes, Practice of Medicine, Anatomy, Chemistry.
He graduated M.D. in 1825 with a thesis entitled De Hydrocephalo and was one of the president's of the Royal Medical Society of Edinburgh, a student society, in 1825.
Translation of Notice of George Julius thesis.
Inaugural Medical Dissertation
submitted to the examination of scholars
with the consent of the most reverend
D George Baird S.S. T.P.
Chancellor of the University of Edinburgh
and with the consent of the full convocation of the University Senate
and the decree of the most noble Faculty of Medicine
for the degree of the Doctorate
with the highest honours and privileges in Medicine
which duly and naturally accrue to it
by George Charles Julius
Extraordinary Fellow of the Royal Medical Society of Edinburgh
and also some time annual President
House Physician of the Royal Edinburgh Hospital
Fellow of the Society of Physicians of St Bartholomew's Hospital
on the first of August at the accustomed time and place
published by James Ballantyne and Coe at Edinburgh 1825.
December 12. Henry Willmer and George Charles Julius the younger, Baker Street, Portman square, Middlesex. Surgeons.
Ref:Aris's Birmingham Gazette Monday, 21 December 1829
Dissolution of partnership.
Willmer Henry and George Charles Julius Jr., surgeons, Baker Street, Portman Square, 12 December - Debts etc by H Willmer.
Ref: Perry's Bankrupt Gazette Saturday, 6 March 1830.
1862 20 June; George was issued a British Passport No. 58373
Ref: findmypast 2011
JULIUS JOTTINGS, January 1900 No 1. Pg 10.
Maria Louisa Brewin writes: " Part of this time his eldest son Dr George Charles Julius was practising with his father, and for his services to a young Princess was presented by King William the IVth with a silver vase dated september 18th 1833, which is now in the possession of his grandson Bertie Julius of Tilford".
2001. This vase is in the possession of the family of the late Awdry Julius of Australia and is inscribed:
GEORGE CHARLES JULIUS Jun'. M.D.
kind attention and successful treatment
His Majesty's Grand-daughter
The daughter of the Lady A.K. Erskine.
September 18th 1833
M [Mr] Julius
Monday . . . . .
The King has intimated to me his intention of being here tomorrow as soon after 12 oclock as he can probably before one oclock & I dare say will stay to lunch. May I venture to say given] you had better be in the way & I hope will lunch with us
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& . . . . . Allsa. . . . .
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. . . . . Mr Henry
. . . . . ings Praig Pierre
. . . . . [sum] of thirty guineas
. . . . . for a piece of plate to be mark by Mr Bridge - of Ludgate Hill1 in consequence of Mr Julius
attention to H.M. gran Daughter the daughter of Lady Augusta Erskine2
Sept 10 1833
1. Messrs Rundell and Bridge silversmiths & Jewellers of Ludgate Hill.
2. Lady Augusta Gordon fourth illegitimate daughter of William IV then Duke of Clarence by Dorothea Gordon.
Julius. On the 1st inst, at Clermont House, Tilford, Farnham, Surrey, George Charles Julius, Esq, MD, aged 81.
Ref: Morning Post Monday, 7 December 1885
Julius Dr George Charles M.D. 29 Dec 1885
The Will with Codicil of George Charles Julius late of Claremont House, in the parish of Churt nr Tilford, in the County of Surrey Esquire M.D. who died 1 Dec 1885 at Claremont House was proved 29 Dec 1885 by Arthur Onslow Julius of 15 Finsbury Circus solicitor nephew and Katherine Robertson Julius of Claremont House widow the Executors. Personal estate L19210 1s 4d Resworn Jun 1886 L19420 19s 4d
Ref: National Probate Calendars.
MEMORIAL AT TILFORD CHURCH SURREY.
George Charles Julius b. 9 August 1804 d. 1 December 1885.
West Indian Book Plates.
Caribbeana Vol 3 Pg A76.
654. George C. Julius. Arm. (F.C.)
Arms of Julius impaling Argent, a fess Sable between three martlets.
Crest and Motto of Julius
Guildhall Library: Records of Sun Fire Office [MS 11936/535]
FILE - Policy register - ref. MS 11936/535 - date: 1832-1833
item: [no title] - ref. MS 11936/535/1160606 - date: 17 September 1833
Insured: Charles Julius Junr,, Richmond Green Surrey, surgeon
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Guildhall Library: Records of Sun Fire Office [MS 11936/535]
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1. Census: England, 30 Mar 1851, Wakefield Yorkshire. George is recorded as head of house married aged 46 Physician MB of Edinburgh MRCS of London born East Indies.
2. Census: England, 8 Apr 1861, Willey Mill London-Southampton Rd Farnham SRY. George is recorded as a widower aged 56, M.D. Edinburgh, member of the Royal College of Surgeons, not practising, born East Indies Bengal, head lodger.
3. Census: England, 2 Apr 1871, 2 Old Palace Richmond SRY. George is shown at the home of his brother Frederick aged 66 born in Bengal.
4. Census: England, 3 Apr 1881, The Sands Seale Farnham. George is recorded as head of house a widower aged 76 retired medical doctor born Bengal East Indies
George married Jean SPAIGHT  [MRIN: 250], daughter of Francis SPAIGHT  and Agnes PATTERSON , on 13 Oct 1829 in Kilrush Ireland. (Jean SPAIGHT  was born in 1813 in Kilrush Ireland and died on 13 Oct 1840 in Hermitage, Castle Connell Limerick.)
George next married Susan THORLEY  [MRIN: 251], daughter of Robert THORLEY  and Elizabeth SMYTHE , on 19 Feb 1844 in Petersham SRY. (Susan THORLEY  was born in 1804 and died before 1852.)