Pierre (Rene') de St. Julien: Count of Vitré, France (It was part of Brittany). Pierre and his brother Louis fled to England in1686. Married Jeanne LeFebre, and had nine children.
The family of St. Julien de Malacare appears in the records, first at Vitré France, in 1667, when their daughter Aimee was born7/3/1667 of that year, followed by eight others, all baptized there.
Pierre St. Julien and wife Jeanne Lefebvre, with their nine children field to England at the Revocation [of the Edict of Nantes: 1685] and the to Ireland and America.
The father, Pierre, died at Dublin, Ireland, 10 October 1705, at Dublin where he made his living in the Parish of St. Anne, Westminster. His children were to share equally in his estate in England, France and other places. Only seven children are named in the will; the daughter Aimee may have died prior to her father, as not named , just Jeanne, Renate, Emilie, Marguerite, Judith, Louis, Paul and Pierre-Rene.
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