Louis Joseph Victor Jullien de Bidon

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Louis Joseph Victor Jullien de Bidon
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Born(1764-03-12)12 March 1764
Lapalud, Comtat Venaissin
Died19 May 1839(1839-05-19) (aged 75)
Lapalud, Comtat Venaissin
Years of service1781–1815
Rank Général de brigade
Commands held
Battles/wars French Revolutionary Wars (Egypt)
Awards Légion d'honneur (Commander)
Relations Thomas Prosper Jullien and Frédéric Benoît Victoire Jullien (brothers)
Other work Préfet of Morbihan

Louis Joseph Victor Jullien de Bidon (Lapalud, 12 March 1764 – Lapalud, 19 May 1839) was a French officer and nobleman.



He was the elder brother of Bonaparte's aide de camp in Egypt Thomas Prosper Jullien. He became a supernumerary student of artillery on 16 August 1781, a student on 18 January the following year, and a lieutenant on 1 September 1783. He served in the 1st Artillery Regiment (La Fère). He became a captain and second in command of the 5th Artillery Regiment on 1 April 1791 and then adjutant general on 1 Mary 1792, adjutant general and chef de bataillon on 10 pluviôse year II, and adjudant-général chef de brigade on 25 prairial year III.

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Coat of arms

Écartelé : au 1, de gueules, au lion d'or ; au 2, d'or, à un ours rampant de sable, posé en bande ; au 3, d'or, à un palmier de sinople ; au 4, d'hermine plein ; au canton des Comtes Conseillers d'État brochant sur la partition. Quatre lambrequins, deux d'or et deux d'argent, toque de velours noir, retroussée de contre-hermine, avec porte aigrette or et argent, surmonté de cinq plumes d'argent. [1] [2] [3]

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  1. Armorial de J.B. RIETSTAP – et ses Compléments
  2. La noblesse d'Empire sur http://thierry.pouliquen.free.fr
  3. Source : FranceGenWeb