Addison, Julia A 1841-[4.mar.1885] England, London Marylebone - [London St George Hanover Square]
actress, 1861 as single actress lodging at 11 Adam Street in London Westminster parish of St Martin in the Fields, [the death of a Julia Addison aged 43 residing at 51 Lant Street in London Southwark was registered 4.mar.1885 St George Hanover Square and was buried 7.mar.1885 at Manor Park Cemetery but she cannot be identified with the actress Julia A Addison]

[? daughter of Julia Agnes Elizabeth Addison ; 1861-1862 residing at Adam Street in London Westminster ; c1840 she married gentleman solicitor Henry Addison ; daughter Beatrice Elizabeth Addison (Westminster 18.jul.1861-), daughter Elizabeth Agnes Addison (London 1841-) who married barrister Henry Latham 29.may.1862 ]

Title Parts

[] Puss in boots "Long ago an old miller". Song from the chamber opera Puss in boots
versified and arranged (ie words and music) by Julia Addison
pub Charles Jefferys, 21 Soho Square, London 15dec1866

[rem: Jefferys advertized the opera frequently, also as a present, in the years 1867-1868 but it was never performed]

[] Aladdin "Of a wonderful lamp". Song
pub Charles Jefferys, London 1872

[] Dick Whittington and his cat. A chamber opera
pub Charles Jefferys, London 1875

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