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Re: Rene JULIEN - Mary BULLOCK md in Bermuda?
Posted by: k atwood (ID *****6451) Date: November 18, 2008 at 00:47:23
In Reply to: Rene JULIEN - Mary BULLOCK md in Bermuda? by Gary JULIAN of 897

The information I got from my great grandmother (she was an articulate educator so she created a nice , handwritten family tree)
is the Rene Eme de St. Juliene was born in 1660 in Paris France. His ancestors (parents) were from the House of Savoy and the House of Eme de St. Julien. Rene came to America in 1689-1690 . He had been given a land grant west of the Mississippi. He went to Virginia, Maryloand and then settled in NORTH Carolina. He was a Hugenot under Louis XIV; whom he deserted when the "Treaty of Nantes" was revoked in 1685. Then he fought inder William orange at the battle of Boyne.
Children Peter (Born 1688) Stephen, John, Rene (my greatggggg grandfather), and Isaac were his children.
He did mary Margaret Bullock of Bermuda.
Son Isaac St. Juliene B. 1714, died 1778
married Barbara White and their children Mary, Margaret, Catherine, Rebecca, Abigail, Isaac, and Rene (my greatggggggg grandfather) married Barbara White...who gave birth to Rene St. Juliene in 1756.

Rene St. Julien the 3rd married Catherine Madden and their daughter Mariam St. Julien married a Swafford and this couple lived in North Carolina.......this is the info I have, as it is written.
Thanx, Kelly

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