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Journey of the Julian family

by Jean Frazier Freshour
Freshour, Jean Frazier (Main Author)
Electronic Resource/Compact Disc
English
[Miami, Florida] : J.F. Freshour, c2007
1 CD-ROM ; 4 3/4 in.

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Rene Julien was born 4 July 1669 in Brittany, France and died about 1745 in Winchester, Frederick County, Virginia. He married Mary Margaret Bullock about 1695 in Bermuda (?), daughter of Captain Bullock and Marie Paynter. She was born about 1682 in Warwick Section, Island of Bermuda and died about 1750 in Winchester, Frederick County, Virginia. They had seven sons and three daughters. Rene was in Ireland in 1690. He and his family came to America about 1700 and settled in South Carolina. The family moved to Cecil County, Maryland by 1712 and to Orange County, North Carolina after 1755. Descendants have lived mainly in the southern and mid-western United States.

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Includes Julian, Allred, Cate, Frazier, Gamble, Gronemyer, Henry, Johnson, Johnston, Lewis, Lovelady, McCamy, McLain, Murray, Pugh, Rhynard, Roark, Routh, Smith, Stirewalt, Swafford, Trogdon, Whittle and other related families.

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