Julia's second husband, Leslie Stephen, had known Herbert Duckworth from when they were at Cambridge together ten years earlier.
It is evident that she lived a life devoted both to her family and to the needs of others.
The writer, Virginia Woolf, provides a number of insights into the domestic life of the Stephens in both her autobiographical and fictional work.
The Duckworths lived at 38 see , Marylebone, London, a belonging to the Duckworth family, and the following year, their first child was born on 5 March 1868.
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Julia was much admired, her mother observing that every man who met her in a railway carriage fell in love with her, and indeed everyone did love her.