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Re: Julian Sale b.1816 m. Mary Ann Tomlinson
Posted by: William P. Langmuir Date: May 05, 2000 at 16:41:46
In Reply to: Julian Sale b.1816 m. Mary Ann Tomlinson by Jerry Tomlinson of 1031

While I am not a relation, I do have some history on 2 Julian Sales. The first I would quess to be the son of your 1816 Julian Sale. He and my great-grandfather(Matthew Langmuir 1843-1931) were in business together in Toronto. A division of my family's company was "Julian Sale Leathergoods" on King ST. I do have a picture of Julian Sr. from Men of Canada 1901. I have some information on his Grandson, also Julian Sale born c.1920 who was one of the top ski jumpers in Canada prior to his heroic and tragic death in the airforce during WW II. He was a pilot, shot down once, made his way to safety through the french underground, only to be shot down a killed later in the war. I have complete details of his journey. There are pictures of him in the Toronto Ski Club Book. Julian's mother must have remarried a man named Holmstead in Toronto, his mother was still living in the 60's. I don't know whether this is all connected to your Julian Sale but it seems a fairly rare name combination and likely is. If you would like a fax of the info I have please contact me by e-mail
Sincerely, Bill Langmuir May 5, 2000


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