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Updated March 20, 2003


Rene de Saint Julien, the founder of this branch of the family in the United States, was a native of Paris and a Huguenot who left France on the revocation of the Edict of Nantes in 1685 and went to Holland, attaching himself to the fortunes of William of Orange.He accompanied Prince William in his expedition to England in 1688 and for his services at the Battle of the Boyne two years later received from that monarch, now become King William III of England,"a grant of land beyond the Mississippi". The St. Julien's first purchased an estate in Cecil County, Maryland, on the Chesapeake Bay, but later settled near Winchester, Va.

William Elmer Julian
1106 Aqua Vista Drive
Apt. C
Indianapolis, IN 46229
United States
wjulian@egix.net

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