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Rene Julian

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Saint-Grégoire, Ille-et-Vilaine, Brittany, France
Death: 1745 (75)
Frederick, Virginia, USA, Winchester, VA, United States
Place of Burial: Opequon Cemetery, Virginia, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Pierre de St. Julian and Jeanne Janelle LeFebre
Husband of Mary Margaret Julian
Father of Infant Julian(1); Stephen M Julien, Senior; Peter Julien; Infant Julian; George Julian and 7 others
Brother of Aimee de St. Julian; Charlotte Ravenel; Pierre de St. Julien; Louis de St. Julian; Marguerite de St. Julian and 4 others

Occupation: Professional Soldier - Hanover House at Clemson U., (more) http://www.gencircles.com/users/1943/1/data/27 (more); http://www.gencircles.com/users/1943/1/data/27, Solider known as Count De Malacar, De Saint Julien
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About Rene Julian

Birth: Jul. 4, 1669, France Death: 1745 Winchester Frederick County Virginia, USA

Husband of Mary Margaret Scotlay Bullock (daughter of Stephen Bullock and Patience Paynter/Painter)

"Rene is said to have been a giant in stature with red hair, a quick temper, and an indomitable will, a Presbyterian of the strictest form who particularly disliked the Quaker Testimony against war and slavery. Rene Julien was born in France in 1669, was a Huguenot who fought at the Battle of the Boyne in Ireland in 1690 and came to America about 1700. Family tradition has him stopping at the island of Bermuda where he married Mary Bullock. He was a soldier in his youth and was in the army of James II in the English Revolution of 1688. For reasons of preference, he is said to have deserted to the standard of King William along with many others. For his services to King William, he was given a grant of land on the Mississippi River (another source says it was the James River District in what is now Maryland). His grown children were not inclined to go to what was then a savage region and they persuaded him to buy land. He went first to the shores of the Carolina, and loosing two sons there, he moved to the more healthy region on the Eastern shore of Chesapeake Bay. (There was a colony of French families on the Santee River in South Carolina who began to migrate about 1712, due to the unhealthy climate. Rene's family may well have been among them.) Info provided by Connie Bolivar's general sources of information that were Jannette R. Trotter Papers - the McClung Historical Collection, Knox Co, TN and .. Elizabeth Cate Manley's book: "Leaves from the Family Tree".


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Spouse:
 Mary Margaret Scotlay Bullock De St Julien (1682 - 1750)

Children:
 George Julian (1706 - 1781)*
 Isaac Julien (1716 - 1778)*
 John Julian (1720 - 1762)*
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Burial: Old Opequon Cemetery Kernstown Frederick County Virginia, USA


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Rene Julian's Timeline

1669
July 4, 1669
Saint-Grégoire, Ille-et-Vilaine, Brittany, France
1696
1696
Age 26
Berkley Co., SC
1700
1700
Age 30
Santee River, Charleston, S.C.
1704
1704
Age 34
Charleston, Chrlst, South Carolina, USA
1704
Age 34
Cecil County, Province of Maryland
1706
March 1, 1706
Age 36
Bohemia Manor, Cec, Maryland, USA
1709
1709
Age 39
Charleston, South Carolina, USA
1711
1711
Age 41
Charleston, Chrlst, South Carolina, USA
1716
December 30, 1716
Age 47
Cecil County, Province of Maryland