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|Burial place||Highgate Cemetery|
|Occupation||Businessman, banker, newspaper baron|
|Relatives||Rachel Sassoon Beer (daughter-in-law)|
In 1870, he purchased The Observer newspaper, which he owned until his death in 1880.
He was married to Thyrza Beer (died 1881). They had a son and a daughter:
- Frederick Arthur Beer (died 1903; married Rachel Sassoon Beer (1858–1927)).
- Ada Sophia Beer (1867–1875, died aged 8 years old) The main sculpture inside the Beer Mausoleum at Highgate Cemetery represents this young girl being protected by an angel.
Buried inside Julius Beer Mausoleum in Highgate Cemetery:
- Ada Sophia Beer (his daughter, d.1875)
- Julius Beer (d.1880)
- Thyrza Beer (his wife, d.1881)
- Arnold Beer (his brother, d.1881)
- Frederick (his son, d.1903)
- Max Egremont, Siegfried Sassoon, Pan Macmillan, 2006, p. 17
- British Listed Buildings: Mausoleum of Julius Beer in Highgate (Western) Cemetery, Camden
- Phillip Cottrell, Investment Banking in England 1856-1881, Routledge, 2013, p. 495 
- First Lady of Fleet Street
- Jewish Women's Archive
- Palgrave Dictionary of Anglo-Jewish History
- Elisabeth Hewes, Betty's Travel Journals, Paragon Publishing, 2011, p. 152 
- Bridget Cherry, London: North, Yale University Press, 1998, p. 354
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