William John JULIUS 
- Born: 19 Oct 1887, Cudgen N.S.W.
- Marriage (1): Gladys WILLIAMS  in 1920
- Died: 31 Mar 1970, Nambour Qld aged 82
Another name for William was Jack.
William was a cadet in the Chief Auditors, and Accountants section of the Railways 1903-05.
He was a good tennis player.
1910 Electoral Roll Canning Freemantle: William was a clerk of Armagh St Victoria Park
William served overseas in WW1
William was late of Woombye Qld., formerly of Cudgen.
1. William John Julius: War Service Documents, 1913-1919.
2. Sarah Jane Ellis: Letter to Defence Dept re son William John, 22 Oct 1918, Tweed River NSW.
22 October 1918.
Defence Department Melbourne.
My son, Cpl William John Julius No 17/4459, "C" Coy, 13th Battalion, AIF on active service in France has cabled saying "Doing Splendidly". This very evidently means that he has been wounded, and consequently I feel extremely anxious as to the nature of his wounds, as I have had no official information on the matter.
I should feel greatly obliged, if you could relieve my mind by letting me know what has happened to my son, or if it is not the business of your department to notify casualties, will you be so very kind as to pass this letter on to the right quarter that they may communicate with me as soon as possible.
Sarah J Julius
Unfortunately the AIF reply of 4 Nov 1918 is now illegible as to Williams condition except that he had not been hospitalised, and there was no official record.
His Record sheet No 4 shows him on "furlough" under "para 962" Consulting the Australian War Memorial research centre does not help as Para 962 applies to "Disposal of Prohibited Articles"
William married Gladys WILLIAMS  [MRIN: 240] in 1920. (Gladys WILLIAMS  was born in 1893.)