Fanny Maria JULIUS 
- Born: 2 May 1856, Southery NFK
- Marriage (1): Edmund Charles Pendleton HULL  on 27 Aug 1879 in St Mary The Virgin Southery
- Died: 23 Dec 1931, Richmond SRY aged 75
Julius Jottings. October 1900 No. 3.
The Hulls, who left in Elvaston Place, Kensington, about the end of June, have been spending some months at Craigton, by Balfron in Stirlingshire.
Julius Jottings. January 1901 No. 4.
Fanny wrote an article entitled "Notes from My Diary", it leans to the mundane but here are some highlights.
"In February 1900 we all left Earlswood Mount to enable the additions to the house to be completed. The house we occupied in London was in Elvaston Place; being situated near the Albert Hall, South Kensington Museum, and other places of interest. On May 25th I was presented by the Countess of Erroll at the Queen's Drawing-Room, held by the Princess of Wales. . . . . . a most brilliant affair, the ladies dresses and gentlemen's uniforms being most magnificent . . . . . I wore a primrose satin dress draped with the old Limerick lace, and a train of heliotrope brocade, trimmed with white ostrich feathers, and sprays of laburnum and wisteria.
We had great pleasure of a visit from my niece Madeline Julius from Queensland. On August 2nd we all went to Scotland, leaving Redhill at 5 p.m. and reaching Lennoxtown 6 a.m. the next morning. We had a drive of 8 miles to Craigton . . . . . we formed quite a little procession of four waggonettes with carts for the luggage. We numbered 22 souls all told"
At Craigton they played croquet, floated lazily on a small loch, raided the fruit garden, played billiards, took Highland dancing lessons, played charades and shot the moors for grouse and pheasant. They also visited the surrounding villages and sights, including the castle at Stirling. Fanny was given a present of beautiful scotch pearls found in the River Forth. "These pearls are very fine, and of an exquisite tint, both pink and blue".
In October they are visiting Edinburgh, finally the shooting season closes and they return home to Earlswood Mount on November 6th.
Julius Jottings June 1901 No 5.
Mr and Mrs E.C.P. Hull and Miss Winifred Hull have returned to Earlswood Mount, Redhill, after their prolonged stay in Algiers.
Julius Jottings January 1902 No 6.
Mr and Mrs E. C. P. Hull have taken Sir George Goldie's house in London for the coming season. Their address will be: 11 Queens Gate Gardens, S. W., and they are going up there in April.
Hull Fanny Maria of Park Gate House Ham Common Richmond Surrey widow died 23 December 1931. Probate London 26 January 1932 to Leonard Stewart Benson Hull of no occupation Charles John Leslie Hull secretary and Albert Young Hyland solicitor. Effects L 50,367 18s 3d.
National Probate Calendar.
1. Census: England, 8 Apr 1861, Church St Southery NFK. Fanny is recorded as a daughter aged 4 born Southery NFK.
2. Census: England, 2 Apr 1871, Church St Southery NFK. Fanny is recorded as a daughter aged 14 born Southery.
3. Census: England, 5 Apr 1891, The Mount Reigate SRY. Fanny is recorded as a wife aged 34 born Southery NFK
4. Census: England, 2 Apr 1911, Reigate SRY. Fanny is recorded as a wife aged 52 married 31 years with 8 children all living born Southery Norfolk.
Fanny married Edmund Charles Pendleton HULL  [MRIN: 303], son of Rev John Dawson HULL of Wickhambrook SFK  and Alicia Dawson BENSON , on 27 Aug 1879 in St Mary The Virgin Southery. (Edmund Charles Pendleton HULL  was born in 1840 in Bangor Co Down Ireland, died on 8 Nov 1924 in Reg Kingston SRY and was buried in St Andrew Richmond SRY.)