hmtl5 Stephen Julien b. Abt 1702 South Carolina: Hedges Genealogy

Stephen Julien

Male Abt 1702 -

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  • Name Stephen Julien 
    Born Abt 1702  South Carolina Find all individuals with events at this location  [1, 2
    Gender Male 
    Person ID I1589  Hedges
    Last Modified 17 Apr 2023 

    Family Ann Price,   d. Abt 1772 
    Married 14 July 1743  Frederick County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
     1. John Julien,   b. Abt 1750
    Last Modified 18 Feb 2018 
    Family ID F839  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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  • Notes 
    • MHR note: Steven Julien was (1740) a corporal in the Foot Company under command of Captain Peter Bayard. (Maryland Historical Magazine, v.6, p.49)
    • Stephen Julien

      No survey or patent records exist for brothers Stephen and Jacob Julien, both of whom were associated through marriage with the Hedges families. They were sons of the immigrant Rene Julien who lived on Eastern Maryland early in the eighteenth century and who later went with most of his sons to the Winchester area of Virginia. Only Stephen and Jacob lived in today's Frederick County area, where they first appeared in 1743. Stephen's first wife Allatha, the mother of all his children, was buried April 6, 1743 according to All Saints' Church Records, and, as noted above, he married as his second wife Ann, the widow of William Hedges. There were no children in the second marriage. Stephen died some time after 1760 when he witnessed John Biggs will. Jacob Julien married Catherine Hedges, daughter of the first Joseph Hedges, on Feb. 2, 1743/44, but died shortly thereafter. All Saints Church records note his burial on March 26, 1747, the day after he wrote his will. The will was not probated, however, until August 30, 1751. It had been witnessed by Rene Julien, Isaac Bloomfield and James Beard, and it divided most of his estate between his wife Catherine and his only child Rachel Julien. Rachel Julien was born June 26, 1746, but did not live long. She was buried April 25, 1751. Catherine Hedges Julien married Joseph Wood as her second husband on September 11, 1747. He died in 1782 and she survived him. There is one other tie between the Hedges and Julien families. On June 3, 1770 Isaac Julien by his first wife, married Susannah Hedges, daughter of Charles Hedges Sr. and Mary Stilley. Susanna died before her father's will of 1790, but Isaac Julien lived until 1839, having served in the Revolution and lived in both Greene County, Pennsylvania and Miami County, Ohio.

  • Sources 
    1. [S2] Mary Hedges Reiner.

    2. [S13] Charles Hedges and Descendants, Joanne Eustice and John Dern, (Privately published, October 1995).

    3. [S94] Will and probate records.