Robert Wilson Maried Jane Lee

 

This may constitute one of the most profound Royal Marriages that took root in America and is being carried on by many members of Rosamond Family. I have long suspected my grandfather, Frank Wesley Rosamond, took the penname ‘Royal’ because he heard stories that he descended from royal people. He had no genealogy, so, he was not believed.

The ancestors of Jane Lee, are the Culpepers and the Clifford family. Here are the Clifford Coats of Arms. I intend to design and submit a Rosamond Family Coat of Arms to the College of Heraldry. Being related to Ian Fleming, one can conclude I am the Real James Bond, who I will place in a Royal Tree.

Robert Wilson descends from the House of Schwarzenberg. I will post on the amazing connections in the coming month.

I am out of politics and the news business. If a vast majority of Americans can not see who our President is, as plainly as I can see, then, why bother! I have much on my plate! Such as examining the Robert Wilson who was given land in the Lord Fairfax grant. Do I want land – much land? You betcha! It’s what we do. The folks in back of me are the Catholic Habsburgs who held the titles ‘King and Queen of Bohemia’. I got a dog in the hunt!

Dilly! Dilly!

http://www.europeanheraldry.org/united-kingdom/families/families-f/house-clifford/

John Gregory Presco ‘Lord Rosamond’

President: Royal Rosamond Press

https://rosamondpress.com/2018/07/15/sarah-wilson-rosamond-and-house-of-schwarzenberg/

http://www.culpepperconnections.com/historical/coat.htm

Biographical/Historical Information

The Northern Neck Land Office controlled 5,282,000 acres in land grants located between the Rappahannock and Potomac rivers, which were give to seven loyal supporters of King Charles II, including Lord Fairfax. Agents of the Northern Neck Proprietary issued the first land grant in 1690. The Proprietary operated until the death of Thomas, Sixth Lord Fairfax, in 1782. For the next thirty years, however, the ownership was in dispute. Fairfax family interest was terminated in 1808, when the last surviving heir sold the title to his remaining manor to a syndicate.

https://www.werelate.org/wiki/Person:Robert_Wilson_%2884%29

https://sites.google.com/site/sjzscertainfolksandevents/robert-wilson-d-1779-frederick-co-va

https://ead.lib.virginia.edu/vivaxtf/view?docId=lva/vi00510.xml

https://www.geni.com/people/Sarah-Rosamond/6000000005908034376?through=6000000003263299949

Sarah Wilson Rosamond (Willson) MP

Gender:

Female

Birth:

1726
County Antrim, Ireland

Death:

1790 (64)
Abbeville County, South Carolina, United States

Immediate Family:

Daughter of Thomas Wilson and Elizabeth Willson
Wife of Pvt. John Roseman
Mother of Margaret Weems; James Rosamond; Jean Rosamond; Capt Samuel Rosamond and Sarah F Hodges
Sister of Capt Matthew Willson; Samuel Willson; Rebekah Willson; Elizabeth Musgrove; Nathaniel Willson; Martha Willson and Rhoda Willson « less

Added by:

Jimmy Dale Rosamond on March 21, 2009

Managed by:

Marsha Gail Veazey (Kamish) and 4 others

Curated by:

Marsha Gail Veazey

Thomas Wilson MP

Gender:

Male

Birth:

1695
Londonderry, Ireland

Death:

May 18, 1773 (78)
Fairfield, Augusta County, Virginia

Place of Burial:

Rockbridge County, Virginia, United States

Immediate Family:

Son of Robert Wilson, Sr and Jane Lee
Husband of Elizabeth Willson
Father of Capt Matthew Willson; Samuel Willson; Sarah Wilson Rosamond; Rebekah Willson; Elizabeth Musgrove and 3 others
Brother of Matthew Willson; John Burgess Wilson; Janet Willson; Robert Willson; Catherine Willson and 3 others

DNA Markers:

R-M269

details

Added by:

Kevin Brees on September 10, 2008

Managed by:

Jimmy Dale Rosamond and 4 others

Curated by:

Marsha Gail Veazey

https://www.geni.com/people/Thomas-Wilson/6000000003263299949?through=6000000005908034376

https://www.geni.com/people/Jane-Lee/6000000004086085659?through=6000000003263397662

Jane Lee

Gender:

Female

Birth:

November 07, 1672
Edinburgh, Midlothian, , Scotland

Death:

1746 (73)
Augusta, Virginia, United States

Immediate Family:

Daughter of Sir Thomas Lee, 1st Baronet and Anne Lee
Wife of Robert Wilson, Sr
Mother of Matthew Willson; Thomas Wilson; John Burgess Wilson; Janet Willson; Robert Willson and 4 others
Sister of Elizabeth Beke and Sir Thomas Lee, 2nd Baronet

Added by:

Kevin Brees on September 10, 2008

Managed by:

Bjørn P. Brox and 8 others

Robert Wilson (Willson), Sr MP

Gender: Male
Birth: 1669
Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh, Scotland
Death: November 03, 1745 (76)
Augusta County, Virginia
Immediate Family: Son of John Willson and Agnes Davy Willson
Husband of Jane Lee
Father of Matthew Willson; Thomas Wilson; John Burgess Wilson; Janet Willson; Robert Willson and 4 others
DNA Markers:

details

Added by: Kevin Brees on September 10, 2008
Managed by: Jimmy Dale Rosamond and 9 others
Curated by: Marsha Gail Veazey

Birth: unknown Death: 1745 Augusta County Virginia, USA

CHRONICLES OF THE Scotch-Irish Settlement IN VIRGINIA EXTRACTED FROM THE ORIGINAL COURT RECORDS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY 1745-1800 Page 1.

ABSTRACTS OF WILLS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY, VIRGINIA. AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT. WILL BOOK NO. 1. page 5

–Robert Willson, in Shanadore in Virginia, will dated 3d November, 1745. Wife, Jane; estate except such as is nominated of the hole head to son John. Son, John; daughter, Jannet Holmes, 20 shillings; daughter, Catrin Bell, 20 shillings; nephew (?), Robert Holmes; daughters, Elizabeth, Jane, Frances. Executors, Wm. Long and James Alexander. Teste: Jno. Patterson, Gabriel Holmes, James Bell. Proved, 11th February, 1745, by John Patterson. Proved, 16th April, 1745, by Gabriel Holmes.

It is assumed the correct spelling for the surname was Wilson

Spouse: Jane Wilson Son: John Wilson Daughter: Jannet Holmes Daughter: Catrin Bell Daughter: Elizabeth Wilson Daughter: Frances Wilson

 

Ann Molyns (Culpeper) MP

Gender:

Female

Birth:

circa 1483
Goudhurst, Kent, England

Death:

1591 (103-111)
Bedgebury, Goudhurst, Kent, England

Immediate Family:

Daughter of Sir Alexander Culpeper, Kt. and Constantia Culpeper
Wife of Sir William Molyns, Kt.; John Hayward and Sir William de Moleyns
Mother of Joan Adkins; William Molyns; Ann Bennet; Edward Molyns; Sir Michael Molyns, Kt., MP and 2 others
Sister of John Culpeper; Catherine Barrett; Elizabeth St. Cleare; Margaret Chowte; Sir Thomas Culpeper, Kt., of Bedgebury and 1 other
Half sister of Alice Newington

Added by:

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Managed by:

Debby Black and 26 others

Curated by:

Erica Howton

Ann Bennet (Molyns) MP

Gender:

Female

Birth:

1508
Mackney, Berkshire, England

Death:

1552 (44)
Wallingford, Berkshire, England

Immediate Family:

Daughter of Sir William Molyns, Kt. and Ann Molyns
Wife of Sir Thomas Freeman and Thomas Bennet, Esq., of Clapcot
Mother of Ralph Freeman; Aves Bennett; Richard Bennet, of Clapcot; Elizabeth Bennett; Edmund Bennett and 5 others
Sister of Joan Adkins; William Molyns; Edward Molyns; Sir Michael Molyns, Kt., MP and Anthony Molyns
Half sister of John Hayward and Robert Molyns, MP

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Managed by:

Debby Black and 32 others

Curated by:

Erica Howton

Margaret Culpepper

Gender:

Female

Birth:

circa 1301

Place of Burial:

Pembury, co. Kent, England

Immediate Family:

Daughter of Sir Thomas Culpeper and Margery Bayhall
Sister of Nicholas Colepeper; Walter Culpepper; Sir John Culpeper of Hardreshull and Bayhall and Richard Colepepper
Half sister of Sir John Culpeper of Hardreshull and Bayhall

Added by:

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Managed by:

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https://www.geni.com/people/Sir-John-Culpeper-of-Hardreshull-and-Bayhall/6000000003210303937?through=6000000008771218444

Alexander De Clifford, Esq

Gender:

Male

Birth:

November 30, 1429
Bobbing Court, Bobbing, Kent, England

Death:

circa 1494 (60-68)
Bobbing, Kent, England

Immediate Family:

Son of Lewis Clifford and Anne Clifford
Husband of Margaret Culpeper
Father of Lewis De Clifford

Added by:

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Margaret (C) and 4 others

Margaret Culpeper

Birth: circa 1430
Bayhall, Kent, England
Managed by:
Margaret (C)

Daughter of Walter Culpeper and Agnes Ann Culpeper
Wife of
Alexander De Clifford, Esq
Mother of
Lewis De Clifford
Sister of
Sir John Culpepper, Kt., of Bayhall, Hardreshull & Bedgebury; Elizabeth Culpeper; Nicholas Culpeper and Richard Culpepper
Half sister of
Sir John Culpepper, Kt., of Bayhall, Hardreshull & Bedgebury

Lewis De Clifford

Gender:

Male

Birth:

1460
Bobbing Court, Bobbing, Kent, England

Death:

1497 (37)
Sutton Valence, Kent, England

Immediate Family:

Son of Alexander De Clifford, Esq and Margaret Culpeper
Husband of Mildred De Clifford
Father of Sir Nicholas Clifford and Richard de Clifford

Added by:

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Managed by:

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https://www.geni.com/people/Alexander-Clifford-Esq/6000000008031462142?through=6000000013447784696

Lewis CLIFFORD

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  • Lewis Clifford1
  • M, #227670
  • Last Edited=1 Apr 2007
  • Lewis Clifford is the son of William Clifford and Eleanor Savage.1
  • He lived at Bobbing Court, Kent, England.1
  • Citations
  • 1.[S37] Volume 1, page 821. See link for full details for this source. Hereinafter cited as. [S37]
  • From: http://www.thepeerage.com/p22767.htm#i227670

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  • Sir William de Moleyns1,2,3,4,5
  • M, #16272, b. 7 January 1378, d. 8 June 1425
  • Father Sir Richard de Moleyns6,7,8 b. b 1357, d. 14 Dec 1384
  • Mother Eleanor de Beaumont6,7,8
  • Sir William de Moleyns was born on 7 January 1378 at Coleman Street, London, Middlesex, England; Age 7 in 1385.1,3,5 He married Margery before 29 September 1401; They had 2 sons (Sir William; & John) and 2 daughters (Katherine, wife of Sir John Howard, Duke of Norfolk, & Earl Marshal of England; & Anne, wife of Lewis Clifford).1,2,3,4,5 Sir William de Moleyns died on 8 June 1425 at of Stoke Poges & Datchet, Buckinghamshire, England, at age 47; Buried at Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire.1,3,5
  • Family ….
  • Citations
  • 1.[S5] Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry, p. 504.
  • 2.[S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. II, p. 412-413.
  • 3.[S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. III, p. 153.
  • 4.[S4] Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. III, p. 333-334.
  • 5.[S4] Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. IV, p. 107-108.
  • 6.[S5] Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry, p. 503.
  • 7.[S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. III, p. 152.
  • 8.[S4] Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. IV, p. 107.
  • 9.[S5] Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry, p. 236.
  • From: http://our-royal-titled-noble-and-commoner-ancestors.com/p542.htm#i16272

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  • ‘Clifford03’
  • Sir Lewis de Clifford (d 1404, Ambassador)
  • m. Eleanor Delawarr (dau of John, Lord Delawarr)
    • 1. William Clifford
    • m. Eleanor Savage (dau of Sir Arnold Savage of Bobbing Court)
      • A. Lewis Clifford of Bobbing Court had issue
      • The following was suggested with caution by a site visitor (DS, 25.12.05). We hope to verify or amend it in due course.
      • m. Anne (dau of Lord Molynes)
        • i. Sir Alexander Clifford of Bobbing Court
        • m. Margaret Colepeper (dau of Walter Colepeper)
          • a. Lewis Clifford, Sheriff of Kent
          • m. Mildred Bourne ….. etc.
      • B. John Clifford
  • From: Stirnet.com

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  1. ID: I56158
  2. Name: Lewis De Clifford
  3. Surname: De Clifford
  4. Given Name: Lewis
  5. Sex: M
  6. Birth: ABT 1400 in Tixall, Staffordshire, England
  7. Death: BEF 1438 in Bobbing, Kent, England
  8. _UID: 801FF05EBB2F24489697290CC49FE204EE28 1 2 3
  9. Change Date: 10 May 2009 at 01:00:00

Father: William De Clifford b: ABT 1375 in Tixall, Staffordshire, England

Mother: Eleanor Elizabeth Savage b: ABT 1380 in Bobbing Court, Kent, England

Marriage 1 Anne De Molynes b: ABT 1408 in Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, England

Children

  1. Has Children Margaret De Clifford b: ABT 1425 in Bobbing, Kent, England
  2. Has No Children Alexander De Clifford b: 30 Nov 1429 in Bobbing, Kent, England
  3. Has No Children Elizabeth De Clifford b: ABT 1430 in Bobbing, Kent, England

Sources:

  1. Title: Vivian's Visitations of Devon 1620, 1895 edition
     Page: 194-199
  2. Title: The Controversy Between Sir Richard Scrope and Sir Robert Grosvenor, AD MCCCLXXV-MCCCXC; Sir N Harris Nicholas {1832}
     Page: II:432
  3. Title: Genealogical History of the Family of Brabazon
     Author: Hercules Sharpe, Compiler
     Publication: 1925
     Page: 11 

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=aet-t&id=I56158

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https://www.geni.com/people/Lewis-Clifford/6000000007313172318?through=6000000008031462142

https://www.geni.com/people/Sir-Lewis-Clifford-Kt/6000000000436892516?through=6000000006444666996

Sir Lewis Clifford, Kt. MP

Gender:

Male

Birth:

circa 1359
Bobbing, Kent, England, UK

Death:

December 05, 1404 (41-49)
Bobbing, Kent, England, UK

Immediate Family:

Son of Roger de Clifford, 5th Lord Clifford and Maud de Beauchamp
Husband of Eleanor de la Warre
Father of Lewis De Clifford; Elizabeth Vache; Richard De Clifford; Robert De Clifford and William de Clifford
Brother of Catherine de Greystoke, Baroness Greystoke; Maude Clifford Hilton; Thomas de Clifford, 6th Baron Clifford; Mary de Clifford; Margaret Melton and 4 others

Added by:

Richard Robertson on May 28, 2007

Managed by:

Marc Wheat and 19 others

Curated by:

Angus Wood-Salomon

http://cft-win.com/getperson.php?personID=I103370&tree=Norway

http://www.culpepperconnections.com/ss/p8408.htm

https://www.wikitree.com/genealogy/Clifford-Descendants-1545

https://www.geni.com/people/Sir-Thomas-Bennet-Lord-Mayor-of-London/600000000043802417

Created by: Harvey Bell Record added: Feb 19, 2014 Find A Grave Memorial# 125368200 https://old.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=wilson&GSfn=r&GSbyrel=all&GSdy=1745&GSdyrel=in&GSob=n&GRid=125368200&df=all&

Rev. Robert Wilson
b.bef. 1699
d.bef. 11 February 1745 Augusta County, Virginia
  • HRev. Robert Wilsonbef 1699 – bef 1745
  • WJane Unknownbef 1702 –
m. bef. 1719
  1. Jennett Wilsonbef 1719 –
  2. Catherine Wilsonbef 1724 –
  3. John Wilsonbef 1725 –
  4. Elizabeth Wilsonest 1728-1737 –
  5. Jane Wilsonest 1728-1737 –
  6. Frances Wilsonest 1728-1737 –
Facts and Events
Name Rev. Robert Wilson
Gender Male
Birth? bef. 1699
Marriage bef. 1719 to Jane Unknown
Death? bef. 11 February 1745 Augusta County, Virginia

Robert Wilson was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA

Image:WilsonRobt&HolmesJohn fromMillsJosephBeverleySW.JPG

Robert Wilson’s land (Beverley Manor SW, 400 of 660 acres, acquired from Joseph Mills in 1742) as shown on the map meticulously drawn by J.R. Hildebrand, cartographer. This map is copyrighted©, used by permission of John Hildebrand, son of J.R. Hildebrand, April, 2009. (Note: the remaining 260 acres appear to have been acquired by John Holmes, son-in law of Robert Wilson).

Acquisition of Land from Orange County, VA Records:

  • Pages 1-4. 23-24 June 1742. Joseph Mills of St. Mark’s Parish, Orange County, to Robt. Willson and John Holmes of same. Lease and release; for £64.10.- current money. 660 acres in Beverley Mannor… corner to James Robinsone… corner to John Buckhannon… back line of the pattent of Beverley Manner… 400 of the land to be laid of[f] next to William Long for Robt. Wilsone and the remainder for John Holmes… (signed) Joseph Mills. Wit: G. Home, Jno. Christian. 24 June 1742. Acknowledged by Joseph Mills and Robt. Wilson. [Orange County Virginia Deed Book 8, Dorman, pg. 67]. (Note: John Holmes married Robert Wilson’s daughter Jennet).

Disposition of Land from Chalkley’s:

  • Page 530.–25th August, 1752. John Wilson to Joseph Tees, 400 acres on South River, Shanandore; Beverley Manor line, part of 660 acres deeded to John’s father by Joseph Mills, 24th June, 1742. Teste: James Patton, Mary Thompson, Michael O’DonneI, Wm. Thompson, Joseph Love, Wm. Preston.

Will of Robert Wilson

From Chalkley’s:

  • Page 1.—Robert Willson, in Shanadore in Virginia, will dated 3d November, 1745. Wife, Jane; estate except such as is nominated of the hole head to son John. Son, John; daughter, Jannet Holmes, 20 shillings; daughter, Catrin Bell, 20 shillings; nephew (?), Robert Holmes; daughters, Elizabeth, Jane, Frances. Executors, Wm. Long and James Alexander. Teste: Jno. Patterson, Gabriel Holmes, James Bell. Proved, 11th February, 1745, by John Patterson. Proved, 16th April, 1745, by Gabriel Holmes.
  • Page 3.—John Wilson qualifies administrator, c. t. a., of above, with sureties, viz: Robert Cunningham and Wm. Henderson, llth February, 1745.
  • Vol. 1 – February 11, 1745. – (8) Wm. Henderson, Wm. Long, James Alexander, Jno. Black to appraise Ro. Wilson’s estate.
  • Page 122.–10th March, 1746-7. Robert Wilson’s appraisement by Jno. Black, James Alexander, Wm. Long. Debts due to John Holmes, Wm. Darlington, Wm. Branston.

Records of Robert Wilson in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:

  • Page 595.–23d May, 1764. Joseph Love and Mary to Samuel Caldwell, £150. 400 acres on South River Shanando, Beverley Manor line, part of 660 acres deeded to John Willson’s father by Joseph Mills, 24th June, 1742. Teste: Pat. Cunningham. Samuel Love, Walter Davis, Robert ( ) Crawford. Delivered to Samuel Culwell.
  • Page 35.–16th August, 1791. James Wright and Alexander Wright, sons and devisees of William Wright, deceased, and Elizabeth, wife of James, of Augusta, to Jacob Bear, 260 acres in Beverley Manor, part of tract originally surveyed for Joseph Mills, and sold to Robert Wilson and Jno. Holmes by deed which was conveyed to said William Wright, deceased, by John Holmes, February, 1748.

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Sarah Wilson Rosamond and House of Schwarzenberg

It is 7:25 in the morning. I have found my Bohemian People. Presco was originally spelled Braskewitz. My father’s ancestors came from Bohemia, and, so did my mother’s people via Sarah Wilson. She descends from the House of Schwarzenberg who were friends with Martin Luther. This is why William Wilson is buried in Saint George Cathedral. The House of Saxe-Coburg is in this tree. I am kin to much royalty. I am home. I am tired. I have been up all night.

John Gregory Presco

President: Royal Rosamond Press

https://rosamondpress.com/2018/07/10/rosamond-clifford-and-reverend-william-wilson/

http://www.almanachdegotha.org/id101.html

https://wikivividly.com/wiki/House_of_Schwarzenberg

Sarah Wilson Rosamond (Willson) MP

Gender:

Female

Birth:

1726
County Antrim, Ireland

Death:

1790 (64)
Abbeville County, South Carolina, United States

Immediate Family:

Daughter of Thomas Wilson and Elizabeth Willson
Wife of Pvt. John Roseman
Mother of Margaret Weems; James Rosamond; Jean Rosamond; Capt Samuel Rosamond and Sarah F Hodges
Sister of Capt Matthew Willson; Samuel Willson; Rebekah Willson; Elizabeth Musgrove; Nathaniel Willson and 2 others

Schwarzenberg is a Czech (Bohemian) and German (Franconian) aristocratic family, and it was one of the most prominent European noble houses. The Schwarzenbergs are members of the Czech nobility and German nobility and achieved the rank of Princes of the Holy Roman Empire. The family belongs to the high nobility and traces its roots to the Lords of Seinsheim during the Middle Ages.[1]

The current head of the family is Karel, the 12th Prince of Schwarzenberg, a Czech politician who served as Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic. The family owns properties and lands across Austria, Czech Republic, Germany and Switzerland.

Frank Wesley “Royal” Rosamond

Gender: Male
Birth: December 18, 1881
Missouri
Death: circa November 26, 1953 (67-75)
Prob Oklahoma
Place of Burial: Sunny Lane Sec. 13, lot S13-RN-7, Del City, Oklahoma
Immediate Family: Son of William Thomas Rosamond and Ida Rose
Husband of Mary Magdalene Weineke
Father of June E Rosamond; Bertha M Rosamond; Rosemary Rita Rosamond and Lillian J Rosamond
Half brother of <private> Rosamond and <private> Rosamond
DNA Markers:

details

Added by: Jimmy Dale Rosamond on March 21, 2009
Managed by: Jimmy Dale Rosamond

John Wilson MP

Gender: Male
Birth: 1425
Cupar, Fife, Scotland
Death: 1475 (50)
Cupar, Fife, Scotland
Immediate Family: Son of Thomas Wilson and Elizabeth Robinson
Husband of Antoinette Erasmus
Father of Sir John Wilson, Kt., Burgess of Fife
Added by: Dalest Wendy Bruce on March 29, 2013
Managed by: Dalest Wendy Bruce and 8 others
Curated by: Ben M. Angel, still catching up

Antoinette Erasmus MP

Gender: Female
Birth: 1425
England
Death: 1460 (35)
England
Immediate Family: Daughter of Erkinger von Seinsheim, I, 1st Baron of Schwarzenberg and Princess Barbara Von Abensberg, Baroness Of Schwarzenberg
Wife of John Wilson
Mother of Sir John Wilson, Kt., Burgess of Fife
Sister of Magdalene Baronesse zu Schwarzenberg; Sigmund I, Freiherr von Schwarzenberg; Kunigunde zu Schwarzenberg; Johann I d.Ä. Freiherr zu Schwarzenberg; Erkinger Freiherr von Schwarzenberg and 5 others
Half sister of Michael II von Seinsheim; Matern von Seinsheim; Heinrich von Seinsheim; Hermann “der Streitbare” zu Schwarzenberg; Agnes von Seinsheim and 1 other
Added by: Dalest Wendy Bruce on March 29, 2013
Managed by: Mary S Newton and 9 others
Curated by: Ben M. Angel, still catching up

Princess Barbara Von Abensberg, Baroness Of Schwarzenberg

German: Barbara von Abensberg, Baroness Of Schwarzenberg
Gender: Female
Birth: circa 1398
Abensberg, Niederbayern, Bavaria, Germany
Death: November 02, 1448 (46-54)
Asthem, Herzogtum Bayern, Heiliges Römisches Reich
Place of Burial: Astheim, Unterfranken, Bavaria, Germany
Immediate Family: Daughter of Jobst, Graf von Abensberg and Agnes Ursula von Abensberg
Wife of Erkinger von Seinsheim, I, 1st Baron of Schwarzenberg
Mother of Antoinette Erasmus; Magdalene Baronesse zu Schwarzenberg; Sigmund I, Freiherr von Schwarzenberg; Kunigunde zu Schwarzenberg; Johann I d.Ä. Freiherr zu Schwarzenberg and 6 others
Sister of Johann III von Abensberg, III; Margareta von Abensberg; Dietrich von Abensberg; Sigmund von Abensberg; Degenhard von Abensberg and 4 others
Half sister of Barbara Von Abensberg
Added by: Justin Swanstrom on May 10, 2009
Managed by: Severinfaxe and 8 others

https://www.geni.com/people/Elizabeth-Ingoldsby/6000000002808998459?through=6000000003263397662

According to fabpedigree, Princess Barbara Von Abensberg is;

HRH Charles’s 14-Great Grandmother.


P.M. Cameron’s 16-Great Grandmother.


HRH Albert II’s 15-Great Grandmother.


Louis XVII’s 10-Great Grandmother.


HM Juan Carlos’ 13-Great Grandmother.


Philippe of Belgium’s 13-Great Grandmother.


HM Manuel II’s 12-Great Grandmother.

Grand Duke Henri’s 13-Great Grandmother.

HM Margrethe II’s 13-Great Grandmother.

HM Beatrix’s 13-Great Grandmother.

HM Constantine II’s 13-Great Grandmother.


HM Carl XVI Gustaf’s 13-Great Grandmother.


HM Harald V’s 13-Great Grandmother.


Ksr Wilhelm II’s 11-Great Grandmother.


HM Umberto II’s 13-Great Grandmother.


Red
Baron' Richthofen's 13-Great Grandmother.

Erkinger von Seinsheim, I, 1st Baron of Schwarzenberg MP

German: Erkinger von Seinsheim, I, 1° Freiherr zu Schwarzenberg (10 agosto 1429)
Gender: Male
Birth: 1362
Stephansberg, Unterfranken, Bavaria, Germany
Death: December 11, 1437 (75)
Place of Burial: Astheim, Lower Franconia, Bavaria, Germany
Immediate Family: Son of Michael von Seinsheim and Marketa Z z Rózmberka
Husband of Anna von Bibra and Princess Barbara Von Abensberg, Baroness Of Schwarzenberg
Father of Michael II von Seinsheim; Matern von Seinsheim; Heinrich von Seinsheim; Hermann “der Streitbare” zu Schwarzenberg; Agnes von Seinsheim and 12 others
Brother of Anna Von Seinsheim
Added by: Lasse Söderström on August 14, 2008
Managed by: Severinfaxe and 10 others
Curated by: Pam Wilson

Michael von Seinsheim

Gender: Male
Birth: circa 1333
Stephansberg, Upper Franconia, Bavaria, Germany
Death: July 30, 1399 (62-70)
Immediate Family: Son of Hildebrand IV von Seinsheim and Dorothea von Wenckheim
Husband of Marketa Z z Rózmberka
Father of Erkinger von Seinsheim, I, 1st Baron of Schwarzenberg and Anna Von Seinsheim
Added by: Justin Swanstrom on May 10, 2009
Managed by: Kim Lavar Groneman and 4 others

Hildebrand von Seinsheim

Gender: Male
Birth: circa 1301
Stephansberg, Unterfranken, Bavaria, Germany
Death: 1384 (79-87)
Stephansberg, Bavaria, Germany
Immediate Family: Son of Heinrich von Seinsheim and Vella von Seinsheim
Husband of Dorothea von Wenckheim
Father of Michael von Seinsheim
Brother of Christine von Seinsheim
Half brother of Gerhuse von und zu Thüngen
Added by: Justin Swanstrom on May 10, 2009
Managed by: Justin Swanstrom

 

Thomas Wilson, MP MP

Gender: Male
Birth: 1523
England
Death: June 16, 1581 (58)
St Katherine’s Hospital, London, England
Place of Burial: London, England
Immediate Family: Son of Sir Thomas Wilson, of Strubby and Lady Anne Wilson
Husband of Agnes Wilson and Jane Empson
Father of Margaret Wormall; Margaret Wilson; Mary Margaret Webb, of Bramcote; Ann Burdett; Nicholas Wilson and 1 other
Brother of William Cumberworth Wilson; Thomas Wilson; Thomas Wilson; William Wilson; Mary Wilson and 4 others
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Managed by: W. Thomas Stack and 17 others
Curated by: Margaret (C)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Astheim_Charterhouse

Schwarzenberg is a Czech (Bohemian) and German (Franconian) aristocratic family, and it was one of the most prominent European noble houses. The Schwarzenbergs are members of the Czech nobility and German nobility and achieved the rank of Princes of the Holy Roman Empire. The family belongs to the high nobility and traces its roots to the Lords of Seinsheim during the Middle Ages.[1]

The current head of the family is Karel, the 12th Prince of Schwarzenberg, a Czech politician who served as Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic. The family owns properties and lands across Austria, Czech Republic, Germany and Switzerland.

Frisian and Prussian line[edit]

Michael II. Baron zu Schwarzenberg (†1469), oldest son of Erkinger I. (*1362 – †1437), was married twice. First with Gertrud (Bätze) von Cronberg (†1438), from whom the princely line descends. His second marriage was with Ursula (Frankengrüner) Grüner († ca.1484), from whom the Frisian and later the Prussian line originates. The children of Michael’s and Ursula’s alliance were never recognized by their half-siblings, as their first born son was born out of wedlock and the legitimisation only took place with the subsequent wedding.

Johann Onuphrius (*1513–†1584), a great-grandson of Michael II. and Ursula, is considered to be the progenitor of the Frisian Line. His marriage with Maria von Grumbach (†1564) ensured Groot Terhorne Castle until 1879 as the family seat in the Netherlands. The Frisian line was made a member of the Dutch nobility by a Royal decree of King William I. of the Netherlands on August 28, 1814. Henceforth, the Dutch version thoe Schwartzenberg en Hohenlansberg was applied for this branch of the family.

The Prussian Line was established as a cadet branch of the Frisian line with Georg Baron thoe Schwartzenberg en Hohenlansberg (1842-1918), who served as a Rittmeister in the Imperial German Army. He and his descendants were made members of the Prussian nobility by an Imperial decree, issued by Emperor Wilhelm II., and are entitled to carry the German title Freiherr.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/House_of_Schwarzenberg#Leaders

William Thomas Rosamond

Gender:

Male

Birth:

circa 1860
Mississippi

Immediate Family:

Son of Samuel Rosamond and Frances C. Morrison
Husband of Ida Rose and Mildred A. Rosamond
Father of Frank Wesley “Royal” Rosamond; <private> Rosamond and <private> Rosamond
Brother of Nonimus Nathaniel Rosamond; Laura Rosamond; Benjamin F. Rosamond; John J. Rosamond and Frances J. Rosamond

DNA Markers:

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Samuel Rosamond

Gender:

Male

Birth:

1815
Abbeville District, SC

Immediate Family:

Son of Benjamin Rosamond and Susannah Rosamond
Husband of Frances C. Morrison
Father of Nonimus Nathaniel Rosamond; Laura Rosamond; Benjamin F. Rosamond; John J. Rosamond; Frances J. Rosamond and 1 other
Brother of John W Rosamond; Thomas Henry Rosamond; Mary Emeline Rosamond; William Addison Rosamond; Nancy Narcissus Bowie and 3 others
Half brother of Marion Francis Rosamond and Tillman Jasper Rosamond

DNA Markers:

details

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Benjamin Rosamond MP

Gender:

Male

Birth:

circa 1785
Laurens Co. Abbeville District, South Carolina

Death:

May 16, 1859 (70-78)
Attala County, Mississippi

Immediate Family:

Son of James Rosamond and Lettice Rosamond
Husband of Jane Mays Rosamond and Susannah Rosamond
Father of Marion Francis Rosamond; Tillman Jasper Rosamond; John W Rosamond; Thomas Henry Rosamond; Mary Emeline Rosamond and 6 others
Brother of Mary Rosamond; Nathaniel Jones Rosamond; Samuel E Rosamond and Thomas A. Rosamond

DNA Markers:

details

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Marsha Gail Veazey (Kamish) and 4 others

James Rosamond MP

Gender:

Male

Birth:

circa 1754
Prob Augusta County, Virginia

Death:

circa July 10, 1806 (44-60)
Abbeville, Abbeville Co, SC, United States

Immediate Family:

Son of Pvt. John Roseman and Sarah Wilson Rosamond
Husband of Lettice Rosamond and Mary Dohorty Dohorty
Father of Mary Rosamond; Nathaniel Jones Rosamond; Samuel E Rosamond; Thomas A. Rosamond and Benjamin Rosamond
Brother of Margaret Weems; Jean Rosamond; Capt Samuel Rosamond and Sarah F Hodges

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Sarah Wilson Rosamond (Willson) MP

Gender:

Female

Birth:

1726
County Antrim, Ireland

Death:

1790 (64)
Abbeville County, South Carolina, United States

Immediate Family:

Daughter of Thomas Wilson and Elizabeth Willson
Wife of Pvt. John Roseman
Mother of Margaret Weems; James Rosamond; Jean Rosamond; Capt Samuel Rosamond and Sarah F Hodges
Sister of Capt Matthew Willson; Samuel Willson; Rebekah Willson; Elizabeth Musgrove; Nathaniel Willson and 2 others

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Jimmy Dale Rosamond on March 21, 2009

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Marsha Gail Veazey (Kamish) and 4 others

Curated by:

Marsha Gail Veazey

Thomas Wilson MP

Gender:

Male

Birth:

1695
Londonderry, Ireland

Death:

May 18, 1773 (78)
Fairfield, Augusta County, Virginia

Place of Burial:

Rockbridge County, Virginia, United States

Immediate Family:

Son of Robert Wilson, Sr and Jane Lee
Husband of Elizabeth Willson
Father of Capt Matthew Willson; Samuel Willson; Sarah Wilson Rosamond; Rebekah Willson; Elizabeth Musgrove and 3 others
Brother of Matthew Willson; John Burgess Wilson; Janet Willson; Robert Willson; Catherine Willson and 3 others

DNA Markers:

R-M269

details

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Kevin Brees on September 10, 2008

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Jimmy Dale Rosamond and 4 others

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Marsha Gail Veazey

Robert Wilson (Willson), Sr MP

Gender:

Male

Birth:

1669
Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh, Scotland

Death:

November 03, 1745 (76)
Augusta County, Virginia

Immediate Family:

Son of John Willson and Agnes Davy Willson
Husband of Jane Lee
Father of Matthew Willson; Thomas Wilson; John Burgess Wilson; Janet Willson; Robert Willson and 4 others

DNA Markers:

R-M269

details

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Kevin Brees on September 10, 2008

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Jimmy Dale Rosamond and 9 others

Curated by:

Marsha Gail Veazey

John Willson

Gender:

Male

Birth:

1646
Glasgow, Glasgow City, Scotland, United Kingdom

Death:

1750 (104)
Maryland, United States

Immediate Family:

Son of James Willson and Mary Willson
Husband of Isabelle Willson and Agnes Davy Willson
Father of Robert Wilson, Sr

DNA Markers:

R-M269

details

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Kevin Brees, Joel Brooke Willson, Joseph Ray Mitchem, Jr and Jake Stover

James Willson

Gender:

Male

Birth:

1620
Renfrewshire, Scotland, United Kingdom

Death:

1690 (70)
Renfrewshire, Scotland, United Kingdom

Immediate Family:

Son of Robert Willson and Isobel Willson
Husband of Mary Willson
Father of John Willson

Added by:

Jane Louise Wurster on December 19, 2014

Managed by:

Joseph Ray Mitchem, Jr, Jane Louise Wurster, Joel Brooke Willson and Jake Stover

Robert Willson

Gender:

Male

Birth:

1600

Death:

1674 (74)

Immediate Family:

Son of William Wilson and Janet Wilson
Husband of Isobel Willson
Father of James Willson

Added by:

Jane Louise Wurster on January 4, 2015

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Joseph Ray Mitchem, Jr, Jane Louise Wurster, Joel Brooke Willson and Jake Stover

William Wilson

Gender:

Male

Birth:

1586
Windsor, Berkshire, England

Death:

1610 (24)
St George Ch, Windsor, Berk, England

Immediate Family:

Son of Rev. Dr. William Wilson and Isabel Alice Wilson
Husband of Janet Wilson
Father of Robert Willson
Brother of Reverend Thomas Wilson; Maria Sheaffe; NN Wilson; Isabel Gibbs; Elizabeth Wilson and 4 others
Half brother of Robert Wilson

Added by:

Laurie Denise Lovshe on October 3, 2007

Managed by:

David Prins and 9 others

Reverend William Wilson, D.D. MP

Gender:

Male

Birth:

1542
Wellsbourne, Lincolnshire, England

Death:

May 15, 1615 (73)
Windsor, Berkshire, England

Place of Burial:

Windsor,Berkshire,England

Immediate Family:

Son of William Wilson, of Wellborn and Isabell Helen Wilson
Husband of Ann Wilson and Isabel Alice Wilson
Father of Robert Wilson; Reverend Thomas Wilson; Maria Sheaffe; NN Wilson; Isabel Gibbs and 6 others
Brother of Alexander Wilson; Mary Wilson and Hamon Wilson

Added by:

Richard Robertson on April 25, 2007

Managed by:

Jose Vicente Alberdi and 37 others

Curated by:

Margaret (C)

William Wilson, of Wellborn

Gender:

Male

Birth:

circa 1520
Wellsbourne, Lincolnshire, England

Death:

August 27, 1587 (63-71)
Windsor Castle, Windsor, Windsor and Maidenhead, England, United Kingdom

Place of Burial:

St Georges Chapel, Windsor Castle

Immediate Family:

Son of William Cumberworth Wilson and Lady Helen Isabel Wilson
Husband of Margaret Collins and Isabell Helen Wilson
Father of Rev. Dr. William Wilson; Alexander Wilson; Mary Wilson and Hamon Wilson
Brother of Mary Wilson; Thomas Wilson; Robert Wilson; William Wilson and Alexander Wilson
Half brother of Robert William “Gent” Wilson

Added by:

Richard Robertson on May 2, 2007

Managed by:

Jose Vicente Alberdi and 25 others

William Cumberworth Wilson

Gender:

Male

Birth:

1492
Penrith, Cumbria, England

Death:

August 27, 1587 (95)
Denton, Wellsbourne, Lincolnshire, England

Immediate Family:

Son of Sir Thomas Wilson, of Strubby and Lady Anne Wilson
Husband of Lady Helen Isabel Wilson and Sarah Wilson
Father of Mary Wilson; William Wilson, of Wellborn; Thomas Wilson; Robert Wilson; William Wilson and 2 others
Brother of Thomas Wilson; Thomas Wilson; William Wilson; Mary Wilson; Thomas Wilson, MP and 4 others

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Susan Renee Stewart Kennedy on February 13, 2016

Managed by:

Jukka, Glynn Karl Jesse Kaufman and Susan Renee Stewart Kennedy

Sir Thomas Wilson, of Strubby MP

Gender:

Male

Birth:

circa 1470
Strubby, Lincolnshire, England

Death:

April 1532 (58-66)
Hartford, Cheshire, England

Immediate Family:

Son of Sir John Wilson, Kt., Burgess of Fife and Margaret Harvie
Husband of Lady Anne Wilson
Father of William Cumberworth Wilson; Thomas Wilson; Thomas Wilson; William Wilson; Mary Wilson and 5 others
Brother of John Thomas Wilson; Archibald Wilson and Sir Thomas Welbourne Wilson

Added by:

Richard Burnett on May 13, 2008

Managed by:

Richard Burnett and 29 others

Curated by:

Dan Cornett

John Wilson, Kt. MP

Gender:

Male

Birth:

1450
Cupar, Fife, Scotland

Death:

February 13, 1492 (42)
Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland

Immediate Family:

Son of John Wilson and Antoinette Erasmus
Husband of Margaret Harvie
Father of John Thomas Wilson; Sir Thomas Wilson, of Strubby; Archibald Wilson and Sir Thomas Welbourne Wilson

Added by:

Edward Adam Schuck on October 7, 2010

Managed by:

Dalest Wendy Bruce and 16 others

Curated by:

Ben M. Angel, still catching up

https://rosamondpress.com/2013/02/20/rosamond-mistress-of-the-labyrinth/

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The Labyrinth of Lord Fairfax

Nicholas John Albert, Lord Fairfax of Cameron, and his consort, Annabel, Lady Fairfax of Cameron, like Fairfax County very much, thank you. However, at tea at Woodlawn Plantation, they would not admit to a plot to reclaim his ancestral 5.3 million acres.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/lifestyle/1992/06/14/old-dominions-landed-gentry/84ec1009-845d-4145-b609-30488463cdf3/?utm_term=.7f139cb29269

I might be able to claim the title of Lord Fairfax. Oh heck! You only live once! I hereby claim the title of Lord Fairfax – and my families lands in the New World!

John Gregory Presco

July 15, 2018

http://www.culpepperconnections.com/ss/ac8512.htm

http://www.culpepperconnections.com/ss/p8495.htm

I believe Cazelet knew what I have discovered in the last few days.  I suspect Cazalet was a great genealogist. JANE LEE is the key. She is kin to JOYCE LEIGH Culpeper.  I wondered if Robert E. LEE is related. The Culpepers lost a vast track of land in Virginia, due to the Revolution. However, the British title, Lord Fairfax of Cameron, has recently been revived. Robert E. Lee’s family had deep roots in Virginia.  I suspect a sham confiscation. I believe Britain played a big clandestine role in the Civil War. I suspect President Trump is a Russian agent, and, a agent of a Neo-Confederate Treachery that Jeff Sessions is a member of. Jeff spent time in Russia as a Christian Missionary. Some Southern Republicans are trying to Impeach Rosenstein. Where is Sessions? No one is talking about him. Trump is playing him like an ace up his sleeve.

WAKE UP – and believe the worst possible scenario is about to occur. Britain is about to fall. I have called on Rena Easton who was married to Admiral Ian Easton who was head of the British Defence Staff. Four years ago I began a painting of Rena as Rosamond Clifford who was kept in a Labyrinth. When I beheld the maze at Arrenton, on the Isle of Wight where the Easton’s lived, I knew I was being given a powerful message. When Rosenstein called for UNITY I though about Ben Toney and Jimmy Rosamond, who are friendly towards the People of the South.

John Presco

British Defence Staff

renaa6

Rena’s ex-husband was in charge of keeping Britain and the U.S. united. Trump has shattered this unity. Rena had a body like an Angel.

Jon

Irene (Rena) Victoria Easton

Posted on September 4, 2014by Royal Rosamond Press

Irene (Rena) Victoria Easton

Posted on September 4, 2014by Royal Rosamond Press

Rena’s late husband, Ian Easton, was the head of British Defense Staff in Washington that has been working behind the scenes, making sure British and American interests are aligned. Our President has to take in the anti-war movement in both nations as he prepares to battle a common enemy. Rena has a unique perspective in regards to the men she has bonded with. Her worldview is extremely important. But she is a recluse. I bid her to dig deep and bring forth her dream of a beautiful world, yet to be. If WE give up now, then all that is ugly in the world, has won the war before it has begun. We must seize the day, and make over the world in our best image, for it is on the brink of ruin. their town.

The British Defence Staff – US, which was previously known as British Defence Staff (Washington),[1] is the home of the Ministry of Defence (United Kingdom) in the United States of America and its purpose is to serve the interests of Her Majesty’s Government in the USA. The British Defence Staff – US is led by the Defence Attaché and has responsibility for military and civilian MOD personnel located both within the Embassy and in 34 states across the USA.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Culpeper,_Virginia

Thus, it appears, that the lovers, Catherine and Thomas were 6th cousins, once removed.

It is believed by most Culpepper researchers that most American Culpeppers are descended from the Wigsell line, which started with Walter Culpeper of Calais and Wigsell.

Thus, the relationship of these American Culpeppers to Catherine Howard and Thomas Culpeper is as follows:

Thomas Culpepper is a first cousin, a dozen or more times removed, and

Catherine Howard is a seventh cousin, a dozen or more times removed.

Catherine’s ancestry as depicted in chart form in the Culpepper Family Tree

In 1525, it was leased by Abbot William Rippon to a parish landholder, John Leigh. The manor was rebuilt between 1595 and 1612. Charles I visited the manor several times. Sir Thomas Bennet added the new porch and oak panelling in the major rooms. The original manor house was far older, however. It is claimed that Queen Mary often visited Arreton Manor.

Arreton Manor was leased to several different farmers until 1628, when it was granted by the king to trustees to settle the king’s debts to the City of London. It was then bought by two merchants from the trustees. It was later bought by Thomas Colepeper, 2nd Baron Colepeper, Governor of the Isle of Wight. On Lord Culpeper’s death, his daughter Lady Katherine, acquired the property. Lady Katherine married Lord Fairfax and it stayed in the Fairfax family for 230 years. Its history then followed that of the island community, and the manor was farmed by the abbot’s steward till 1525, when it was leased by the last Abbot William Rippon to John Leigh, who already held land in the parish.[2] After the Dissolution, it was granted to various farmers by the Crown until 1628, when it was granted by the king by trustees for the payment of his debts to the City of London. The manor then followed the same descent as that of Newport to the Wykeham-Martin family, in whose hands it remained until the 20th century.[2] Queen Victoria supposedly planted a conifer on the manor’s south lawn.[3]

https://rosamondpress.com/2018/07/12/trumpmeister-honored-at-blenheim-labyrinth/

https://rosamondpress.com/2016/10/13/the-labyrinth-dance-of-the-fatal-girls/

https://rosamondpress.com/2013/02/20/rosamond-mistress-of-the-labyrinth/

Richard Lee, Sr. MP

Gender: Male
Birth: before June 10, 1563
Coton Hall, Nordley Regis, Shropshire, England
Death: 1621
Alveley Parish, Shropshire, England
Place of Burial: Chesham, Buckinghamshire, , England
Immediate Family: Son of Sir John Lee of Coton Hall and Joyce Lee
Husband of Elizabeth Lee
Father of Edward Lee; Willimus Lee, I; John Lee, Sr.; William Lee; Thomas Lee and 3 others
Brother of William Lee of Coton Hall; Jasper Lee; Thomas Lee of Coton Hall; Gilbert Lee of Coton; Edward Lee and 2 others
Added by: Brian Lee Battle on January 20, 2007
Managed by: Jacqueli Charlene Finley and 65 others
Curated by: Maria Edmonds-Zediker, Volunteer Curator

Charles I created the title in 1627 for Sir Thomas Fairfax. He had represented Queen Elizabeth I on several diplomatic missions to James VI of Scotland and also sat as a Member of Parliament for several constituencies in the English Parliament.

Both his son Ferdinando, the second Lord, and grandson, Thomas, the third Lord, served as prominent military commanders in the cause of Parliament during the Civil War. On the latter’s death in 1671 the title passed to his first cousin, the fourth Lord. He was the son of Reverend the Hon. Henry Fairfax, second son of the first Lord, and notably represented Yorkshire in the House of Commons. His son, the fifth Lord, sat as a Member of Parliament for Malton and Yorkshire.

He was succeeded by his son, the sixth Lord. He inherited substantial estates in Virginia through his mother, the daughter of Thomas Colepeper, 2nd Baron Colepeper, Governor of Virginia. On his death the title and American estates passed to his younger brother, the seventh Lord. He represented Maidstone and Kent in Parliament. The immense American estates were confiscated during the American War of Independence. He was succeeded by his first cousin once removed, the eighth Lord, Rev. Bryan Fairfax who also lived in Virginia. He was the grandson of Reverend the Hon. Henry Fairfax, second son of the fourth Lord. However, it wasn’t until 1800 that he was confirmed in the title by the House of Lords.

His great-great-grandson was Albert Kirby Fairfax, the twelfth Lord, who lived in Maryland in the United States. His branch of the family had lived in America for several generations and had essentially forgotten about the title. However, it was then discovered that Albert was the rightful heir to the lordship and in 1908 he was confirmed in the title by the Committee for Privileges of the House of Lords. In 1917 he was elected a Scottish Representative Peer, which he remained until his death in 1939.

He was succeeded by his eldest son, the thirteenth Lord. He was a Scottish Representative Peer from 1945 to 1963 and served as a Lord-in-Waiting (government whip in the House of Lords) between 1954 and 1957 in the Conservative administrations of Winston Churchill and Anthony Eden. As of 2017 the title is held by his son, the fourteenth Lord, who succeeded in 1964.

Lords Fairfax of Cameron (1627)[edit]

Arms of the Lords Fairfax of Cameron, also adopted as the arms of Fairfax County, Virginia

The heir apparent is the present holder’s son the Hon. Edward Nicholas Thomas Fairfax, (b. 1984).

John Ambrose <braskewitz@yahoo.com>
To:Jimmy Rosamond
‎Jul‎ ‎14 at ‎10‎:‎31‎ ‎PM
Thanks Jimmy for filling in the Rosamond sisters. Today I found out we are close kin to the Culpepers.

James Rosamond
his father

Sarah Wilson Rosamond
his mother

Thomas Wilson
her father

Jane Lee
his mother

Sir Thomas Lee, 1st Baronet
her father

Elizabeth Ingoldsby
his mother

Mary Bennett
her mother

Sir Thomas Bennet, Lord Mayor of London
her father

Ann Bennet
his mother

Ann Molyns
her mother

Sir Alexander Culpeper, Kt.
her father

Sir John Culpepper, Kt., of Bayhall, Hardreshull & Bedgebury

Jane Lee
Gender:
Female
Birth:
November 07, 1672
Edinburgh, Midlothian, , Scotland
Death:
1746 (73)
Augusta, Virginia, United States
Immediate Family:
Daughter of Sir Thomas Lee, 1st Baronet and Anne Lee
Wife of Robert Wilson, Sr
Mother of Matthew Willson; Thomas Wilson; John Burgess Wilson; Janet Willson; Robert Willson and 4 others
Sister of Elizabeth Beke and Sir Thomas Lee, 2nd Baronet
Added by:
Kevin Brees on September 10, 2008
Managed by:
Bjørn P. Brox and 8 others

Thomas Lee, of Hartwell, Bart., K.B. MP
Gender:
Male
Birth:
1635
Death:
1695 (60)
Hartwell, Northamptonshire, England
Immediate Family:
Son of Thomas Lee, of Hartwell and Elizabeth Ingoldsby
Husband of Anne Lee
Father of Elizabeth Beke; Jane Lee and Sir Thomas Lee, 2nd Baronet
Half brother of Jane Ingoldsby and Richard Ingoldsby
Added by:
Kevin Brees on September 10, 2008
Managed by:
Jimmy Dale Rosamond and 5 others
Curated by:
Erica Howton

Thomas Lee, of Hartwell MP
Gender:
Male
Birth:
between 1607 and 1609
Death:
September 01, 1643 (34-36)
Hartwell, Buckinghamshire, England
Immediate Family:
Son of Thomas Lee, of Morton and Hartwell and Jane Lee
Husband of Mary Lee and Elizabeth Ingoldsby
Father of Sir Thomas Lee, 1st Baronet
Added by:
Roger Gale Skildum on February 11, 2009
Managed by:
Roger Gale Skildum and Erica Howton
Curated by:
Erica Howton

Thomas Lee, of Morton and Hartwell
Gender:
Male
Birth:
1573
Death:
1641 (67)
Immediate Family:
Son of Sir Thomas Lee, Knt., of East Clayton and Morton and Eleanor Lee
Husband of Jane Lee
Father of Thomas Lee, of Hartwell
Added by:
Erica Howton on March 6, 2018
Managed by:
Erica Howton

Sir Thomas Lee, Knt., of East Clayton and Morton
Gender:
Male
Birth:
estimated between 1516 and 1572
Death:
1626
Immediate Family:
Husband of Eleanor Lee
Father of Thomas Lee, of Morton and Hartwell
Added by:
Erica Howton on March 7, 2018
Managed by:
Erica Howton

Sir Thomas Lee, of Moreton, Knt. who in November, 1570, married Eleanor, the daughter, and at length heiress, of Michael Hampden, of Hartwell, Esq. They had 24 children according to her epitaph.
His son and heir was Thomas Lee, Esq. who married Jane, daughter of Sir George Throckmorton.
pedigree
From page 165 of The Baronetage of England: Or The History of the English Baronets …, Volume 2 By William Betham
130. LEE, of Hartwell, Buckinghamshire. Created Baronet, August 16, 1660.
THIS family had flourished long in this county previous to their advancement to the dignity of a Baronet. In a genealogical account drawn up by Browne Willis, it is stated that they are a branch of the Leghs, of High Legh, and Lyme, in Cheshire; and that their immediate ancestor, retiring out of the way of the persecution which that family underwent for taking part with Rich. II. against his usurping successor, settled in Buckinghamshire, early in Henry the Fourth’s reign. Their seat was at Moreton, in the parish of Dinton, adjoining to Hartwell ; and one of the oldest monuments in Dinton church is of William Lee, Esq. and Ann, his wife, which William deceased 9th of October 1486 *. . . They possess Hartwell, by descent, through the families of Hampden, Singleton, Stokes, and Luton, from Alice, daughter and heiress of William Hartwell, of Hartwell, Esq. grandson to Barnabas de Hartwell, to whom this manor had been granted by the crown, early in the 13th century. They resided for five generations and upwards in Moreton, where the ruins of their seat, surrounded by a moat, are still visible.
I, William Lee, aforesaid, who died in October 1486, left issue by Anne, his wife, a son and heir.
2, John t, who died in London, in March 1503, leaving issue by his wife Alice; a son,
3, Francis, who was father of
4, Thomas Lee, of Moreton, and also of East Claydon, in this county, which Thomas by his wife, daughter of Yates, Esq. had issue,
5, Sir Thomas Lee, of Moreton, Knt. who in November, 1570, married Fleanor, the daughter, and at length heiress, of Michael Hampden, of Hartwell, Esq.
origins
From page 96 of Aedes Hartwellianae: Or, Notices of the Manor and Mansion of Hartwell, Volume 1 By William Henry Smyth
“To return to the Lees. Hitherto the course of this family’s descent has been based on a chain of positive facts; but, before we trace the consanguinity marked by heraldic bearings, some degree of inferential testimony must be admitted. This very numerous family is to be distinctly followed in our early > archives as that of Domesday, the Inquisitions, Valuations, Rotuli, and the curious record of royal rights intituled the Testa de Neville; from all of which excerpta have been made and compared. As before stated, the Leghs or Lees were all-powerful in .Cheshire, as those of High Lee, of Lyme, of Ridge, of Begulegh, of Adlington, of Twemlow, and of Booths; but the branching off of the several casts into other counties, was under circumstances the particulars of which are now, perhaps, unattainable. Yet there is evidence that the Lees of Morton withdrew into Buckinghamshire in the early part of Henry the Fourth’s reign, to avoid the persecution to which they were liable in consequence of their manifested attachment to the cause of the unhappy Richard the Second ….”

Walter Culpeper (Colepeper), Esq.
Gender:
Male
Birth:
circa 1402
Bayhall,Pembury,Kent,England
Death:
November 24, 1462 (56-64)
Goudhurst,Cranbrook,Kent,England
Place of Burial:
Bedgebury Chapel of St. Mary’s Church, Goudhurst, co. Kent, England
Immediate Family:
Son of Sir Thomas de Culpeper, of Hardreshull and Bayhall; Joyce Vyne and Joyce Baynard
Husband of Agnes Roper and Agnes Ann Culpeper
Father of Sir John Culpepper, Kt., of Bayhall, Hardreshull & Bedgebury; Margaret Culpeper; Elizabeth Culpeper; Nicholas Culpeper and Richard Culpepper
Brother of Nicholas Culpeper and Thomas Colpepper
Half brother of John Culpepper, MP; Eleanore de Culpepper; Jocosa Hailsham; Richard Culpepper and Joyce Baynard
Added by:
Reverend Benjamin Charles Govier on August 24, 2007
Managed by:
S Marie Hope and 32 others

Thomas of Bayhall, Hardreshull & Exton de Culpeper (Colepeper), Sr. MP
Gender:
Male
Birth:
circa 1360
Hardreshull, Bayhall, England
Death:
March 08, 1429 (65-73)
Bayhall, Pembury, Kent, England
Immediate Family:
Son of Sir John Culpeper of Hardreshull and Bayhall and Elizabeth de Culpeper
Husband of Joyce Baynard; Alianora Greene and Joyce Vyne
Father of Walter Culpeper; John Culpepper, MP; Eleanore de Culpepper; Jocosa Hailsham; Richard Culpepper and 2 others
Added by:
Reverend Benjamin Charles Govier on August 24, 2007
Managed by:
Clay Lancaster and 28 others
Curated by:
Marsha Gail Veazey

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/white-house-we-canceled-bolton’s-interview-with-cnn-after-networks-acosta-disrespected-trump/ar-AAA4V9Q?ocid=spartandhp

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Victor_Cazalet

Promoting military ties with America[edit]

Cazalet also termed himself “a booster for America,” and had publicly expressed the gratitude of British citizens for the aid that America gave Britain before and after World War II began.[8] In 1940 he wanted Britain to give the U.S. a free port in the West Indies, with all sovereign rights, in order that the U.S. Navy could have a port closer to South America.[9]

He also hoped that the U.S. and British navies would join together after the war so that their navies could “pool their policies and ideas,” he said.[9] It was an opinion he expressed going back to the disputes at the 1927 Geneva Naval Conference, and which he continued during the revival of those efforts which led to the London Naval Treaty in 1930.[10] He feared that a failure of Great Britain and the United States to reach an agreement among themselves, regardless of the other countries involved, would lead to a dangerous competition in shipbuilding between their two countries which would seriously jeopardize world peace.[11] “Each country should build the ships it needs without regarding the other navy as a possible enemy,” he said.[12]

A year and a half after the war in Europe had begun and after the German bombing of London had continued, Cazalet urged the American government to keep the life line between their countries open. “The victory can be won,” he emphasized, “if the stuff gets over.”[13] He added that Britain was deeply grateful for the help they had already received from the U.S.

Joyce Culpeper1

Female, #8495, (1480 – after 1525)
Father* Sir Richard Culpeper of Oxen Hoath (s 1428 – 4 Oct 1484)
Mother* Isabel Worsley (s 1460 – 18 Apr 1527)
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Culpepper.
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Colepeper.
Name-Comm Her was commonly known as Jocosa.
Birth* 1480 Joyce was born in 1480.
Married Name say 1496 As of say 1496, her married name was Legh.
Marriage* say 1496 She married Ralph Legh say 1496.
Birth of Son after 1496 Her son John Leigh was born after 1496 at England.
Birth of Son after 1496 Her son Ralph Leigh was born after 1496 at England.
Married Name say 1515 As of say 1515, her married name was Howard.
Marriage say 1515 She married Edmund Lord Howard of Flodden Field say 1515.
Birth of Son after 1515 Her son George Howard was born after 1515 at England.
Birth of Son after 1515 Her son Henry Howard was born after 1515 at England.
Birth of Son after 1515 Her son Charles Howard was born after 1515 at England.
Death* after 1525 She died after 1525.
Biography* From Joyce’s first marriage came Isabel Leigh, born abt. 1495, who married Sir Edward Baynton, one of the largest landowners in
Wiltshire. Their son Henry Baynton married Anne Cavendish, whose father, Sir William, was the ancestor of the Cavendish family, Dukes of Devonshire. This was through his marriage to Bess of Hardwick. Henry Baynton and Anne Cavendish had four sons, the fourth of which, Ferdinand born 1566, married Jane Weare and produced Anne Baynton, born 1602. Anne Baynton married Christopher Batt, gent., of Wiltshire and they emigrated to Massachusetts in 1638, where he became a prominent merchant in Boston. From them came many New England descendants.

Family 1

Ralph Legh (say 1474 – )
Marriage* say 1496 She married Ralph Legh say 1496.
Children

Family 2

Edmund Lord Howard of Flodden Field (say 1483 – 1539)
Marriage say 1515 She married Edmund Lord Howard of Flodden Field say 1515.
Children
Charts Catherine Howard (Fifth Queen of Henry VIII): Culpeper Ancestral Chart
Last Edited 9 Nov 2010

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The Lady of the Maze on the Isle of Wight

Arreton Manor

http://www.culpepperconnections.com/archives/uk/places/manors.htm

https://rosamondpress.com/2018/07/15/sarah-wilson-rosamond-and-house-of-schwarzenberg/

My name is Thomas Culpeper, Lord of Arreton Manor. I am a Futurian. I came into the body of John Gregory Presco when he died February 11, 1967. John was just twenty years old. I came from the past into the future to warn the people of the world. I gave my warning, but, it did not reach enough people. My mission, is a failure. Once more, our faithful watchdog look skyward for our return.

Soon, I will be going home to my beloved Arreton, where she waits? We are the Ghosts of Arreton. We leave a part of ourselves in the Maze of Arreton in order to ground ourselves when we travel. We are not immortals. We are more than that. This is our story.

Arreton

by

Lord Thomas Culpeper a.k.a. John Presco

Copyright 2018

 

Arreton Manor: Lord Culpeper’s home with a thousand years of history

By Christine Webb
14 Oct 1998
© The Times of London
News International, 1F3, Page 2

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Arreton ManorFrom Alfred the Great to Eisenhower, houses with a past are coming on to the market, says Christine Webb

Whoever snaps up Arreton Manor on the Isle of Wight will be buying a piece of history. The mellow stone house three miles from Newport belonged to Alfred the Great; a copy of the 885 will, in which he left it to his younger son, Etherward, can be seen in the Long Room as the Grade II* listed house is open to the public.

Arreton ManorIn 1086, Arreton Manor was mentioned in the Domesday Book, that noted, “King Edward held it,” adding, “the whole Manor in King Edward’s time worth ten pounds, and afterwards and now eight pounds,” which goes to show that property slumps are not new.

The manor was endowed to the Convent of Quarr in 1156, and was farmed by the Abbot’s steward, but was snatched back by Henry VIII around 1536 during his dissolution of the monasteries. The house was largely rebuilt between 1595 and 1612, although some 14th-century features were kept. The hall is built partly on the site of the old Great Hall, and retains a monastic screen erected in 1396.

Charles I visited the manor several times – perhaps it was for his sake that a secret room was hidden behind a closet in the West Bedroom, which could be entered through the side of a chimney. The King granted the manor to trustees to help to repay his debts to the City of London, and it was bought by two London merchants.

It was sold on twice, the second time to Lord Culpeper [Thomas, Second Lord], Governor of the Isle of Wight, who left it to his daughter, Lady Katherine, who married Lord Fairfax, known as “The coloniser of Virginia”. It stayed in that family for 230 years.

It is a thrill to think how many crowned monarchs passed through the house’s entrance door, which is almost certainly original. The fireplace in the dining parlour has a fireback bearing the Royal coat of arms, brought from one of James I’s palaces in 1605. Queen Mary often visited, as did Queen Victoria, who planted a conifer on the south lawn.

Now the distinguished manor is about to be launched on the market by Knight Frank’s Winchester office at Pounds 550,000. It would make a superb private country home, but there is also planning permission to convert a former stable block into 15 letting bedrooms…

(Article continued with a discussion of other houses not related to the Culpeppers.)

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1831 Topographical Dictionary:
ARRETON, a parish in the liberty of EAST MEDINA, ISLE of WIGHT division of the county of SOUTHAMPTON, 3 miles (S.E.) from Newport, containing 1757 inhabitants. The church is dedicated to St. George.

Arreton Manor House lies under the south slope of the chalk down.[2] The manor is close to the church.[7][6] To the east of the house is a 16th–17th century dovecote with a four-centred arched opening and stone mullioned windows, and to the south stands a 17th-century barn of noble proportions, with a chestnut roof worthy of notice.[2]

http://www.ghost-story.co.uk/index.php/haunted-buildings/most-haunted/71-arreton-manor-isle-of-wight-england

Many years later a guest at the Manor who had no idea of these sightings noticed a small room leading from a landing, opposite was another larger room. The visitor had an uncomfortable feeling and she turned pale and became disorientated so much that she could no longer stay. She said to the House keeper that a sense of foreboding had overwhelmed her and also had the feeling of being watched.

James and Thomas who were the two older brothers of Mrs Barnaby Leigh once fought a duel to determine which one of them would inherit the property. One of the brothers was killed and three days later the other brother died from wounds he had received. The title to Arreton Manor did lie with Barnaby Leigh during the reign of Elizabeth 1st. It is also recorded that when he lay on his death bed his son John smothered him with a pillow so as to gain the inheritance. But on looking up after doing this dastardly deed, John, noticed Annabel, his younger sister standing there watching, and in his panic he dragged her upstairs and threw her from the highest window. It is said that there is an area in the room that is permanently cold and the ghost of little Annabel is often seen and heard in the grounds of the manor. It is said that her voice can still be heard calling out “Mamma, Mamma”.

The house is often open to the public and on occasions there have been reports of a sighting and one particular time a little girl told her mother she had been trying to make friends with a girl in blue but she disappeared through a brick wall.

During more recent times people working in the house have reported ghostly noises comming from empty rooms. Guests have reported seeing monks in the house and in the Manor grounds .Lights have also been seen in windows at night when the house has been empty.

Count Slade de Pomeroy was once the owner of the manor and it is recorded that he often woke to the sound of tapping on the door to his bedroom. He is reported to have said that he had ignored it as if he opened the door there would be nothing there.

But one time he did in fact open the door and was shoved back by unseen hands, his housekeeper who was there at the time, said that she had seen two monks enter the room and one of them had pushed him from the doorway, they then disappeared.

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Rosamond of Bayhall

After posting this, I spent all night tracing my ancestors. I found them, in Bohemia.

https://rosamondpress.com/2018/07/15/sarah-wilson-rosamond-and-house-of-schwarzenberg/

Yesterday I read a movie is coming out about Downton Abbey. Today, I discovered Bayhall, where my Culpeper ancestors lived. They had more manors than any other British family. Thomas Culpeper lost his head over a Queen. They made a movie about their love affair. I have yet to determine if Thomas was living at Bayhall when he gave it all up, for love. They say Bayhall is haunted. By……whom? Bayhall, burned down. We can restore it. We can go there – with love!

Today I read a post from my dear and late friend, Ben Toney, who is kin to Fair Rosamond Clifford, and the gentry that lived at Bayhall. He states how much he loves doing genealogies. The same can be said for Jimmy Rosamond and myself. We are in our seventies, and, we will leave our Rosamond Family Tree RESEARCH behind. There is no end to what can be discovered.

https://rosamondpress.com/2018/07/14/ben-toney/

Two years ago, after watching most of the reruns of ‘Downton Abbey’ I began doing floorplans for my manor – as a hobby! I am a poor person, as are most people who are addicted to this series where we see a Rosamund. She has no children. We can come in with so many roles. You can be the Lord of a Manor, or, the forester who hauls wood to Bayhall. Does that young man train greyhounds? Who is milking those cows? Perhaps this would work as a facebook group?

http://www.culpepperconnections.com/archives/uk/places/manors.htm

What I am going to do is make another blog where WE can explore Bayhall, even go and live there in our wondrous imaginations. Let US create an archive, and invite some rich and famous people who are OUR kin, to feel right at home.

https://rosamondpress.com/2018/07/14/jimmy-dale-rosamond-clifford/

In the painting above, there are these brownish Hobbit-like dwellings that I believe is where the servants lived. On the right, we are looking at a formal garden with a fountain and – courting paths? You don’t want a handsome son of the gardener (Heathcliff) espying a fair maiden related to Lewis de Clifford. They must be kept apart.

Ben, Jimmy, and John are related to Shakespeare. Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor, and the Getty family who lived in English estates. We do not have their money, nor do we own a golf course in Scotland. I look at that smoke coming out of that chimney, and I hear cultured people having clever conversations around the hearth.

John Gregory Presco

President: Royal Rosamond Press

Thomas Culpeper (c. 1514 – 10 December 1541) was a courtier and close friend of Henry VIII, and related to two of his queens, Anne Boleyn and Catherine Howard. He is known to have had many private meetings with Catherine after her marriage, though these may have involved political intrigue. A letter was found written by Queen Catherine and she signed it, “yours as long as life endures.” He blamed the queen, saying he tried to end it, but she was, “dying of love for him”. Under torture, he confessed to adultery, and both were beheaded for treason.

I have chosen my home, and the Lord of Arreton. Here is our story.

https://rosamondpress.com/2018/07/15/the-lady-of-the-maze-on-the-isle-of-wight/

 

http://www.culpepperconnections.com/archives/uk/places/manors.htm

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Culpeper_Minutemen

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Culpeper,_Virginia

http://www.culpepperconnections.com/archives/uk/places/pembury.htm

https://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jweber&id=I18035

http://ew.com/movies/2018/07/13/downton-abbey-movie-series-cast-returning/ 

Katheryn Howard Portrait
I die a Queen, but I would rather
die the wife of Culpeper.

(About image above: While the above painting was long thought to be of Catherine Howard, the National Portrait Gallery in London no longer believes this to be true. However, nearly every other image that is reportedly hers is also disputed. So the poor woman not only lost her head to the guillotine, she lost her face. I have heard too many arguments for too long on this, so if you feel you must write me on this topic, please don’t expect a response. / Warren Culpepper)

Thus, it appears, that the lovers, Catherine and Thomas were 6th cousins, once removed.

It is believed by most Culpepper researchers that most American Culpeppers are descended from the Wigsell line, which started with Walter Culpeper of Calais and Wigsell.

Thus, the relationship of these American Culpeppers to Catherine Howard and Thomas Culpeper is as follows:

Thomas Culpepper is a first cousin, a dozen or more times removed, and

Catherine Howard is a seventh cousin, a dozen or more times removed.

Catherine’s ancestry as depicted in chart form in the Culpepper Family Tree

 “When the television series drew to a close it was our dream to bring the millions of global fans a movie and now, after getting many stars aligned, we are shortly to go into production,” Naeme said of the film via press statement. “Julian’s script charms, thrills and entertains and in Brian Percival’s hands we aim to deliver everything that one would hope for as Downton comes to the big screen.” 

Robert’s only sibling and widow of the wealthy Marmaduke Painswick, Rosamund has no children of her own and likes to get involved in the lives of her nieces. It was Rosamund who took a pregnant Edith to Switzerland to conceal her condition and she is much more open-minded than she cares to let on. She and Edith have grown close although her advice can conflicts with Robert and Cora’s leading to clashes.

The posh pad used as the London home of Lady Rosamund Painswick – the Earl of Grantham’s sister, inset – is up for sale.

Thanks to the show’s global success, wealthy fans from the US, China, Russia, the Middle East and Japan are now competing for the opulent mansion.

The house in London’s exclusive Belgravia – which is home to a string of foreign billionaires – would cost a staggering £199,501 in monthly mortgage repayments.

https://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest-news/552033/Downton-abbey-Lady-Rosamund-mansion

Jane Lee

Gender: Female
Birth: November 07, 1672
Edinburgh, Midlothian, , Scotland
Death: 1746 (73)
Augusta, Virginia, United States
Immediate Family: Daughter of Sir Thomas Lee, 1st Baronet and Anne Lee
Wife of Robert Wilson, Sr
Mother of Matthew Willson; Thomas Wilson; John Burgess Wilson; Janet Willson; Robert Willson and 4 others
Sister of Elizabeth Beke and Sir Thomas Lee, 2nd Baronet
Added by: Kevin Brees on September 10, 2008
Managed by: Bjørn P. Brox and 8 others

Walter Culpeper (Colepeper), Esq.

Gender:

Male

Birth:

circa 1402
Bayhall,Pembury,Kent,England

Death:

November 24, 1462 (56-64)
Goudhurst,Cranbrook,Kent,England

Place of Burial:

Bedgebury Chapel of St. Mary’s Church, Goudhurst, co. Kent, England

Immediate Family:

Son of Sir Thomas de Culpeper, of Hardreshull and Bayhall; Joyce Vyne and Joyce Baynard
Husband of Agnes Roper and Agnes Ann Culpeper
Father of Sir John Culpepper, Kt., of Bayhall, Hardreshull & Bedgebury; Margaret Culpeper; Elizabeth Culpeper; Nicholas Culpeper and Richard Culpepper
Brother of Nicholas Culpeper and Thomas Colpepper
Half brother of John Culpepper, MP; Eleanore de Culpepper; Jocosa Hailsham; Richard Culpepper and Joyce Baynard

Added by:

Reverend Benjamin Charles Govier on August 24, 2007

Managed by:

S Marie Hope and 32 others

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Culpeper

Frank Wesley “Royal” Rosamond

Gender: Male
Birth: December 18, 1881
Missouri
Death: circa November 26, 1953 (67-75)
Prob Oklahoma
Place of Burial: Sunny Lane Sec. 13, lot S13-RN-7, Del City, Oklahoma
Immediate Family: Son of William Thomas Rosamond and Ida Rose
Husband of Mary Magdalene Weineke
Father of June E Rosamond; Bertha M Rosamond; Rosemary Rita Rosamond and Lillian J Rosamond
Half brother of <private> Rosamond and <private> Rosamond
DNA Markers:

details

Added by: Jimmy Dale Rosamond on March 21, 2009
Managed by: Jimmy Dale Rosamond

 

 

Mary Magdalene Weineke c. 1882
Mary Magdalene Weineke
wife

June E Rosamond c. 1914 6/6/1997
June E Rosamond
daughter

Bertha M Rosamond c. 1916 1/20/1992
Bertha M Rosamond
daughter

Rosemary Rita Rosamond 9/26/1922 1/26/1997
Rosemary Rita Rosamond
daughter

Lillian J Rosamond c. 1924 2/25/2011
Lillian J Rosamond
daughter

Ida Rose c. 1890
Ida Rose
mother

William Thomas Rosamond c. 1860
William Thomas Rosamond
father

Mildred A. Rosamond 1865
Mildred A. Rosamond
stepmother

<private> Rosamond 1900
<private> Rosamond
half sibling

<private> Rosamond 1902
<private> Rosamond
half sibling

Rosemary Rita Rosamond
Gender:
Female
Birth:
September 26, 1922
California
Death:
January 26, 1997 (74)
Immediate Family:
Daughter of Frank Wesley “Royal” Rosamond and Mary Magdalene Weineke
Wife of <private> Presco
Mother of <private> Presco; <private> (Presco); <private> (Presco) and <private> Presco
Sister of June E Rosamond; Bertha M Rosamond and Lillian J Rosamond
Added by:
Jimmy Dale Rosamond on March 21, 2009
Managed by:
Jimmy Dale Rosamond

William Thomas Rosamond
Gender:
Male
Birth:
circa 1860
Mississippi
Immediate Family:
Son of Samuel Rosamond and Frances C. Morrison
Husband of Ida Rose and Mildred A. Rosamond
Father of Frank Wesley “Royal” Rosamond; <private> Rosamond and <private> Rosamond
Brother of Nonimus Nathaniel Rosamond; Laura Rosamond; Benjamin F. Rosamond; John J. Rosamond and Frances J. Rosamond
DNA Markers:

details
Added by:
Jimmy Dale Rosamond on March 21, 2009
Managed by:
Jimmy Dale Rosamond

Samuel Rosamond
Gender:
Male
Birth:
1815
Abbeville District, SC
Immediate Family:
Son of Benjamin Rosamond and Susannah Rosamond
Husband of Frances C. Morrison
Father of Nonimus Nathaniel Rosamond; Laura Rosamond; Benjamin F. Rosamond; John J. Rosamond; Frances J. Rosamond and 1 other
Brother of John W Rosamond; Thomas Henry Rosamond; Mary Emeline Rosamond; William Addison Rosamond; Nancy Narcissus Bowie and 3 others
Half brother of Marion Francis Rosamond and Tillman Jasper Rosamond
DNA Markers:

details
Added by:
Jimmy Dale Rosamond on March 21, 2009
Managed by:
Jimmy Dale Rosamond and Marsha Gail Veazey (Kamish)

Benjamin Rosamond MP
Gender:
Male
Birth:
circa 1785
Laurens Co. Abbeville District, South Carolina
Death:
May 16, 1859 (70-78)
Attala County, Mississippi
Immediate Family:
Son of James Rosamond and Lettice Rosamond
Husband of Jane Mays Rosamond and Susannah Rosamond
Father of Marion Francis Rosamond; Tillman Jasper Rosamond; John W Rosamond; Thomas Henry Rosamond; Mary Emeline Rosamond and 6 others
Brother of Mary Rosamond; Nathaniel Jones Rosamond; Samuel E Rosamond and Thomas A. Rosamond
DNA Markers:

details
Added by:
Jimmy Dale Rosamond on March 21, 2009
Managed by:
Marsha Gail Veazey (Kamish) and 4 others
Curated by:
Marsha Gail Veazey

James Rosamond MP
Gender:
Male
Birth:
circa 1754
Prob Augusta County, Virginia
Death:
circa July 10, 1806 (44-60)
Abbeville, Abbeville Co, SC, United States
Immediate Family:
Son of Pvt. John Roseman and Sarah Wilson Rosamond
Husband of Lettice Rosamond and Mary Dohorty Dohorty
Father of Mary Rosamond; Nathaniel Jones Rosamond; Samuel E Rosamond; Thomas A. Rosamond and Benjamin Rosamond
Brother of Margaret Weems; Jean Rosamond; Capt Samuel Rosamond and Sarah F Hodges
DNA Markers:

details
Added by:
Jimmy Dale Rosamond on March 21, 2009
Managed by:
Marsha Gail Veazey (Kamish), Jimmy Dale Rosamond, Jo Carol Stone and stephanie earl
Curated by:
Marsha Gail Veazey

Pvt. John Roseman (Rosamond) MP
Gender:
Male
Birth:
circa 1710
Poss County Leitrim, Ireland
Death:
circa 1789 (71-87)
Prob Abbebille County, South Carolina
Immediate Family:
Son of Sergeant James Rosemond and Ann Rosamond
Husband of Sarah Wilson Rosamond
Father of Margaret Weems; James Rosamond; Jean Rosamond; Capt Samuel Rosamond and Sarah F Hodges
Brother of Nathaniel Rosamond and Unknown Rosemond
DNA Markers:

details
Added by:
Jimmy Dale Rosamond on March 21, 2009
Managed by:
Marsha Gail Veazey (Kamish) and 5 others
Curated by:
Marsha Gail Veazey

Sarah Wilson Rosamond (Willson) MP
Gender:
Female
Birth:
1726
County Antrim, Ireland
Death:
1790 (64)
Abbeville County, South Carolina, United States
Immediate Family:
Daughter of Thomas Wilson and Elizabeth Willson
Wife of Pvt. John Roseman
Mother of Margaret Weems; James Rosamond; Jean Rosamond; Capt Samuel Rosamond and Sarah F Hodges
Sister of Capt Matthew Willson; Samuel Willson; Rebekah Willson; Elizabeth Musgrove; Nathaniel Willson and 2 others
Added by:
Jimmy Dale Rosamond on March 21, 2009
Managed by:
Marsha Gail Veazey (Kamish) and 4 others
Curated by:
Marsha Gail Veazey

Thomas Wilson MP
Gender:
Male
Birth:
1695
Londonderry, Ireland
Death:
May 18, 1773 (78)
Fairfield, Augusta County, Virginia
Place of Burial:
Rockbridge County, Virginia, United States
Immediate Family:
Son of Robert Wilson, Sr and Jane Lee
Husband of Elizabeth Willson
Father of Capt Matthew Willson; Samuel Willson; Sarah Wilson Rosamond; Rebekah Willson; Elizabeth Musgrove and 3 others
Brother of Matthew Willson; John Burgess Wilson; Janet Willson; Robert Willson; Catherine Willson and 3 others
DNA Markers:
R-M269
details
Added by:
Kevin Brees on September 10, 2008
Managed by:
Jimmy Dale Rosamond and 4 others
Curated by:
Marsha Gail Veazey

Robert Wilson (Willson), Sr MP
Gender:
Male
Birth:
1669
Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh, Scotland
Death:
November 03, 1745 (76)
Augusta County, Virginia
Immediate Family:
Son of John Willson and Agnes Davy Willson
Husband of Jane Lee
Father of Matthew Willson; Thomas Wilson; John Burgess Wilson; Janet Willson; Robert Willson and 4 others
DNA Markers:
R-M269
details
Added by:
Kevin Brees on September 10, 2008
Managed by:
Jimmy Dale Rosamond and 9 others
Curated by:
Marsha Gail Veazey

Managed by:
Jimmy Dale Rosamond , Bjørn P. Brox, Kevin Brees, Marsha Gail Veazey (Kamish), Ray Nichols, R-CTS1751, Jane Louise Wurster, Joseph Ray Mitchem, Jr, Jake Stover, Edward Reese Flotte and stephanie earl « less
Curated by:
Marsha Gail Veazey

John Willson
Gender:
Male
Birth:
1646
Glasgow, Glasgow City, Scotland, United Kingdom
Death:
1750 (104)
Maryland, United States
Immediate Family:
Son of James Willson and Mary Willson
Husband of Isabelle Willson and Agnes Davy Willson
Father of Robert Wilson, Sr
DNA Markers:
R-M269
details
Added by:
Kevin Brees on September 10, 2008
Managed by:
Kevin Brees, Joel Brooke Willson, Joseph Ray Mitchem, Jr and Jake Stover

James Willson
Gender:
Male
Birth:
1620
Renfrewshire, Scotland, United Kingdom
Death:
1690 (70)
Renfrewshire, Scotland, United Kingdom
Immediate Family:
Son of Robert Willson and Isobel Willson
Husband of Mary Willson
Father of John Willson
Added by:
Jane Louise Wurster on December 19, 2014
Managed by:
Joseph Ray Mitchem, Jr, Jane Louise Wurster, Joel Brooke Willson and Jake Stover

Robert Willson
Gender:
Male
Birth:
1600
Death:
1674 (74)
Immediate Family:
Son of William Wilson and Janet Wilson
Husband of Isobel Willson
Father of James Willson
Added by:
Jane Louise Wurster on January 4, 2015
Managed by:
Joseph Ray Mitchem, Jr, Jane Louise Wurster, Joel Brooke Willson and Jake Stover

William Wilson
Gender:
Male
Birth:
1586
Windsor, Berkshire, England
Death:
1610 (24)
St George Ch, Windsor, Berk, England
Immediate Family:
Son of Rev. Dr. William Wilson and Isabel Alice Wilson
Husband of Janet Wilson
Father of Robert Willson
Brother of Reverend Thomas Wilson; Maria Sheaffe; NN Wilson; Isabel Gibbs; Elizabeth Wilson and 4 others
Half brother of Robert Wilson
Added by:
Laurie Denise Lovshe on October 3, 2007
Managed by:
David Prins and 9 others

Reverend William Wilson, D.D. MP
Gender:
Male
Birth:
1542
Wellsbourne, Lincolnshire, England
Death:
May 15, 1615 (73)
Windsor, Berkshire, England
Place of Burial:
Windsor,Berkshire,England
Immediate Family:
Son of William Wilson, of Wellborn and Isabell Helen Wilson
Husband of Ann Wilson and Isabel Alice Wilson
Father of Robert Wilson; Reverend Thomas Wilson; Maria Sheaffe; NN Wilson; Isabel Gibbs and 6 others
Brother of Alexander Wilson; Mary Wilson and Hamon Wilson
Added by:
Richard Robertson on April 25, 2007
Managed by:
Jose Vicente Alberdi and 37 others
Curated by:
Margaret (C)

William Wilson, of Wellborn
Gender:
Male
Birth:
circa 1520
Wellsbourne, Lincolnshire, England
Death:
August 27, 1587 (63-71)
Windsor Castle, Windsor, Windsor and Maidenhead, England, United Kingdom
Place of Burial:
St Georges Chapel, Windsor Castle
Immediate Family:
Son of William Cumberworth Wilson and Lady Helen Isabel Wilson
Husband of Margaret Collins and Isabell Helen Wilson
Father of Rev. Dr. William Wilson; Alexander Wilson; Mary Wilson and Hamon Wilson
Brother of Mary Wilson; Thomas Wilson; Robert Wilson; William Wilson and Alexander Wilson
Half brother of Robert William “Gent” Wilson
Added by:
Richard Robertson on May 2, 2007
Managed by:
Jose Vicente Alberdi and 25 others

He was “of Wellsbourne, Lincolnshire, gentleman, who was buried in Saint George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle, where he presumably was some sort of official, although there is no record of more than his burial there.”
“William Wilson apparently moved from Welbourn to Windsor in Berkshire where he held a position of sufficient importance that he was called gentleman and was buried in the Chapel of Saint George by Windsor Castle.”
He was “‘late of Wellsbourne, Lincolnshire, gent., ‘ who is buried in St. George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.”
“The father of the Rev. William Wilson of Windsor was, as we have found, a William Wilson of Wellsbourne, In Lincolnshire, who died in Windsor Castle and was buried there in 1587.”

Rev John Wilson MP
Gender:
Male
Birth:
December 1588
Windsor, Berkshire, England
Death:
August 07, 1667 (78)
Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, United States
Place of Burial:
Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts
Immediate Family:
Son of Rev. Dr. William Wilson and Isabel Alice Wilson
Husband of Elizabeth Wilson
Father of Dr. Edmond Wilson; Rev. John Wilson; Elizabeth Rogers; Deacon Edward Wilson and Mary Rock
Brother of Reverend Thomas Wilson; Maria Sheaffe; NN Wilson; Isabel Gibbs; Elizabeth Wilson and 4 others
Half brother of Robert Wilson
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Ann Wilson (Webb)
Gender:
Female
Birth:
1550
England
Death:
November 13, 1612 (62)
Windsor and Maidenhead, United Kingdom
Immediate Family:
Daughter of Sir Henry Alexander Webb, I and Grace Webb
Wife of Rev. Dr. William Wilson
Sister of Humphrey Webb; Sir Alexander Alexander Webb, I; Agnes O’Dell / Hill / Arden; Henry Webb, Jr.; Mary Arden Webb and 8 others
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Sir Henry Alexander Webb, I MP
Gender:
Male
Birth:
May 11, 1510
Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, England
Death:
circa 1544 (29-37)
Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, England
Immediate Family:
Son of Sir John Alexander Webb, Jr. and Margaret Webb
Husband of Grace Webb
Father of Humphrey Webb; Sir Alexander Alexander Webb, I; Agnes O’Dell / Hill / Arden; Henry Webb, Jr.; Ann Wilson and 9 others
Brother of William Webb; Mary Arden; Abigail Shakespeare and Agnes Webb
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Hi Greg. Do you have a copy of my paper, “The Royal Plantagenets and the Toneys”. If you will send me your email address, I will send you a copy. All the best.

https://rosamondpress.com/2018/07/14/ben-toney/
To:Jimmy Rosamond
‎Jul‎ ‎10 at ‎10‎:‎35‎ ‎PM
Thanks for replying. I am sorry if I neglected you. Too many mouse holes. I can get waaaay out there!  But, I am not alone. We are kin to Ian Fleming via Aileen Getty and Liz Taylor. I am authoring a Bond book, starring Victoria Bond. I am amazed how sturdy the Rosamond women were, and are. They built this Nation. They do not get enough grounded credit, thus I was happy to find the Rosemans of Iowa. I wanted more proof on Moses Morton Rosemond. I hit pay dirt. This is addicting. This morning I hit the mother load. We are kin to Rosamond Clifford, and some famous Reverends.

Thanks for all the work you have done. I am going to put a simple book together on our family that won’t alienate others. However, we may be one of the few, who care.

Best regars

John Presco

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Thomas Bennett (Lord Mayor)

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Sir Thomas Bennet (1543 – 1627) was an English merchant and Lord Mayor of London in 1603-04.
A leading London mercer, on 7 February 1594, Bennet was elected an Alderman of the City of London for Vintry Ward. He was Sheriff of London for 1594-95 and Master of the Mercers’ Company in 1595-96. He became Master Mercer again in 1602 and, in 1603, Bennet was elected Lord Mayor of London.
Bennet was knighted by King James I on 26 July 1603 and, in 1604, he was elected Alderman of Lime Street Ward, serving until 1612. He was President of the Royal Bethlem and Bridewell Hospitals from 1606 to 1613 and in 1610 became Master Mercer again. In 1612 he transferred as Alderman for Bassishaw Ward which he represented until 1627. He was also President of St Bartholomew’s Hospital from 1623 until his death on 20 February 1627.[1]
His elder surviving son, Sir Simon Bennet was created a baronet upon his death in 1627.[2] His younger son, Richard Bennet and his wife Elizabeth daughter of Sir Matthew Cradock, are ancestors of the Marquesses of Salisbury; Richard Bennet’s widow married secondly Sir Heneage Finch, Speaker of the House of Commons

Thomas Bennet, Knight MP
Gender:
Male
Birth:
circa 1543
Wallingford, Berkshire, England
Death:
February 16, 1627 (80-88)
London, Middlesex, England
Place of Burial:
London, Middlesex, England
Immediate Family:
Son of Thomas Bennet, Esq., of Clapcot and Ann Bennet
Husband of Mary Bennet
Father of Sir Simon Bennett, 1st (and last) Baronet of Bechampton; Agnes Bennet; Ambrose Bennet; Mary Bennett; Richard Bennet and 1 other
Brother of Aves Bennett; Richard Bennet, of Clapcot; Elizabeth Bennett; Edmund Bennett; Avelen Bennett and 3 others
Half brother of Ralph Freeman
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Ann Bennet (Molyns) MP
Gender:
Female
Birth:
1508
Mackney, Berkshire, England
Death:
1552 (44)
Wallingford, Berkshire, England
Immediate Family:
Daughter of Sir William Molyns, Kt. and Ann Molyns
Wife of Sir Thomas Freeman and Thomas Bennet, Esq., of Clapcot
Mother of Ralph Freeman; Aves Bennett; Richard Bennet, of Clapcot; Elizabeth Bennett; Edmund Bennett and 5 others
Sister of Joan Adkins; William Molyns; Edward Molyns; Sir Michael Molyns, Kt., MP and Anthony Molyns
Half sister of John Hayward and Robert Molyns, MP
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Sir William Molyns, Kt. MP
Gender:
Male
Birth:
January 07, 1479
West Berkshire, England
Death:
June 08, 1512 (33)
Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, England
Place of Burial:
Sefton Church, Sefton, Lancashire, England
Immediate Family:
Son of Richard De Moleyns
Husband of Ann Molyns and Evelyn Molyns
Father of Joan Adkins; William Molyns; Ann Bennet; Edward Molyns; Sir Michael Molyns, Kt., MP and 2 others
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Ann Molyns (Culpeper) MP
Gender:
Female
Birth:
circa 1483
Goudhurst, Kent, England
Death:
1591 (103-111)
Bedgebury, Goudhurst, Kent, England
Immediate Family:
Daughter of Sir Alexander Culpeper, Kt. and Constantia Culpeper
Wife of Sir William Molyns, Kt.; John Hayward and Sir William de Moleyns
Mother of Joan Adkins; William Molyns; Ann Bennet; Edward Molyns; Sir Michael Molyns, Kt., MP and 2 others
Sister of John Culpeper; Catherine Barrett; Elizabeth St. Cleare; Margaret Chowte; Sir Thomas Culpeper, Kt., of Bedgebury and 1 other
Half sister of Alice Newington
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Alexander Culpeper, Kt. MP
Gender:
Male
Birth:
circa 1460
Goudhurst, Kent, England
Death:
June 21, 1541 (77-85)
Goudhurst, Kent, England
Place of Burial:
St. Mary’s Church, Goudhurst, Kent, England, United Kingdom
Immediate Family:
Son of Sir John Culpepper, Kt., of Bayhall, Hardreshull & Bedgebury and Agnes Culepeper
Husband of Agnes Culpeper and Constantia Culpeper
Father of Alice Newington; Ann Molyns; John Culpeper; Catherine Barrett; Elizabeth St. Cleare and 3 others
Brother of Joyce Haume; Isabel Roberts and Walter Culpeper, of Calais & Wigsell, Esq.
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Teddy Nadeau and 23 others
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John Culpepper, Kt. MP
Gender:
Male
Birth:
circa 1430
Goodhurst, Kent, England
Death:
December 22, 1480 (46-54)
Goudhurst, Kent, England
Place of Burial:
Bedgebury Chapel of St. Mary’s Church, Goudhurst, Kent, England, United Kingdom
Immediate Family:
Son of Walter Culpeper; Agnes Ann Culpeper and Agnes Roper
Husband of Agnes Culepeper
Father of Joyce Haume; Isabel Roberts; Sir Alexander Culpeper, Kt. and Walter Culpeper, of Calais & Wigsell, Esq.
Brother of Margaret Culpeper; Elizabeth Culpeper; Nicholas Culpeper and Richard Culpepper
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Margaret Culpeper (Colepepper)
Gender:
Female
Birth:
circa 1430
Bayhall, Kent, England
Death:
January 19, 1488 (54-62)
Bobbing, Kent, England
Place of Burial:
Bobbing, Kent, England
Immediate Family:
Daughter of Walter Culpeper and Agnes Ann Culpeper
Wife of Alexander De Clifford, Esq
Mother of Lewis De Clifford
Sister of Sir John Culpepper, Kt., of Bayhall, Hardreshull & Bedgebury; Elizabeth Culpeper; Nicholas Culpeper and Richard Culpepper
Half sister of Sir John Culpepper, Kt., of Bayhall, Hardreshull & Bedgebury
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Alexander De Clifford, Esq
Gender:
Male
Birth:
November 30, 1429
Bobbing Court, Bobbing, Kent, England
Death:
circa 1494 (60-68)
Bobbing, Kent, England
Immediate Family:
Son of Lewis Clifford and Anne Clifford
Husband of Margaret Culpeper
Father of Lewis De Clifford
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Lewis Clifford MP
Gender:
Male
Birth:
circa 1400
Tixall, Staffordshire, England
Death:
1438 (34-42)
Kent, England (Vita patris.)
Immediate Family:
Son of William de Clifford and Elizabeth Savage
Husband of Anne Clifford
Father of Alexander De Clifford, Esq
Brother of John de Clifford
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Sir Lewis Clifford, Kt. MP
Gender:
Male
Birth:
circa 1359
Bobbing, Kent, England, UK
Death:
December 05, 1404 (41-49)
Bobbing, Kent, England, UK
Immediate Family:
Son of Roger de Clifford, 5th Lord Clifford and Maud de Beauchamp
Husband of Eleanor de la Warre
Father of Lewis De Clifford; Elizabeth Vache; Richard De Clifford; Robert De Clifford and William de Clifford
Brother of Catherine de Greystoke, Baroness Greystoke; Maude Clifford Hilton; Thomas de Clifford, 6th Baron Clifford; Mary de Clifford; Margaret Melton and 4 others
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Marc Wheat and 19 others
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Roger de Clifford MP
Gender:
Male
Birth:
1333
Clifford Castle, Clifford, Herefordshire, England
Death:
July 13, 1389 (56)
Brough Castle, Brougham, Westmoreland, England
Place of Burial:
Shap Abbey, Shap, Cumberland, England, United Kingdom
Immediate Family:
Son of Robert de Clifford, 3rd Lord of Skipton, Sheriff of Westmoreland and Isabel de Berkeley
Husband of Eva Clifford and Maud de Beauchamp
Father of Catherine de Greystoke, Baroness Greystoke; Sir Lewis Clifford, Kt.; Maude Clifford Hilton; Thomas de Clifford, 6th Baron Clifford; Mary de Clifford and 5 others
Brother of Robert de Clifford, 4th Lord Clifford; John “the Ecclesiastic” Clifford; Joan de Heaton; Thomas de Clifford, Lord of Thomond; Lewis de Clifford and 2 others
Half brother of Elizabeth de Wharton
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Robert de Clifford MP
Gender:
Male
Birth:
November 05, 1305
Ellingham, Chathill, Northumberland (Present Cumbria), England
Death:
May 20, 1344 (38)
Clifford Castle, Clifford, Herefordshire, England
Place of Burial:
Shap Abbey, Shap, Westmoreland, England, United Kingdom
Immediate Family:
Son of Robert de Clifford, 1st Baron de Clifford / Marshall of England and Matilda (Maud) de Clare
Husband of Isabel de Berkeley
Father of Robert de Clifford, 4th Lord Clifford; Roger de Clifford, 5th Lord Clifford; John “the Ecclesiastic” Clifford; Joan de Heaton; Thomas de Clifford, Lord of Thomond and 3 others
Brother of Roger de Clifford, 2nd Baron Clifford; Idonea de Clifford, Baronness Percy and Margaret de Mauley
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1st Lord Clifford, 1st Lord of the Honour of Skipton Robert de Clifford, 1st Baron Clifford MP
Gender:
Male
Birth:
April 01, 1274
Clifford Castle, Herefordshire, England
Death:
June 24, 1314 (40)
Bannockburn, Stirlingshire, Scotland (Died at the Battle of Bannockburn)
Place of Burial:
Shap Abbey, Shap, Westmoreland, England
Immediate Family:
Son of Sir Roger Clifford, Kt. and Isabel Clifford
Husband of Matilda (Maud) de Clare
Father of Roger de Clifford, 2nd Baron Clifford; Idonea de Clifford, Baronness Percy; Robert de Clifford, 3rd Lord of Skipton, Sheriff of Westmoreland and Margaret de Mauley
Brother of Agnes Clifford; Simon de Clifford and Idonea de Clifford
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Roger Clifford, Kt. MP
Gender:
Male
Birth:
1243
Herefordshire, England
Death:
November 06, 1282 (39)
Menai Straits, Anglesey, Wales (Drowning)
Place of Burial:
Shap Abbey, Shap, Westmoreland, England, United Kingdom
Immediate Family:
Son of Roger Clifford, Lord of Kingsbury and Hawise Clifford
Husband of Isabel Clifford
Father of Agnes Clifford; Robert de Clifford, 1st Baron de Clifford / Marshall of England; Simon de Clifford and Idonea de Clifford
Brother of Emma Locke
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Roger Clifford MP
Gender:
Male
Birth:
circa 1215
Tenbury, Worcestershire, England
Death:
April 03, 1286 (67-75)
Wales (Died of wounds sustained during the Welsh Uprising)
Place of Burial:
Dore Abbey, Abbey Dore, Herefordshire, England, United Kingdom
Immediate Family:
Son of Sir Roger Clifford, Kt. and Sibil d’Ewyas
Husband of Hawise Clifford
Father of Emma Locke and Sir Roger Clifford, Kt.
Brother of Maude Kellet and Hugh Clifford
Half brother of Robert de Tregoz II, Baron of Ewyas-Harold; Sybilla Tregoz and John Tregoz
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Roger Clifford, Kt. MP
Gender:
Male
Birth:
circa 1189
Clifford Castle, Herefordshire, England
Death:
circa 1232 (35-51)
Abbey Dore, Herefordshire, England
Place of Burial:
Dore Abbey, Abbey Dore, Herefordshire, England, United Kingdom
Immediate Family:
Son of Walter de Clifford, 2nd Baron Clifford and Lady Agnes de Cuni of Cavenby
Husband of Sibil d’Ewyas
Father of Maude Kellet; Roger Clifford, Lord of Kingsbury and Hugh Clifford
Brother of Sir Walter Clifford, III, Baron Clifford; Sir Giles de Clifford; Maud de Clifford; Richard de Clifford; Simon de Clifford and 3 others
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Walter de Clifford, 2nd Baron Clifford MP
Gender:
Male
Birth:
circa 1150
Clifford Castle, Herefordshire, England
Death:
January 23, 1221 (67-75)
Clifford Castle, Hay, Herefordshire, England
Place of Burial:
Clifford Castle, Herefordshire, England
Immediate Family:
Son of Walter FitzRichard de Clifford, 1st Baron Clifford and Margaret de Toëny
Husband of Lady Agnes de Cuni of Cavenby
Father of Sir Walter Clifford, III, Baron Clifford; Sir Roger Clifford, Kt.; Sir Giles de Clifford; Maud de Clifford; Richard de Clifford and 4 others
Brother of Henry Clifford; Rosamond de Clifford; Amicia De Clifford; Lucia de Say (de Clifford); Richard de Clifford, Sr., Lord Frampton Severn and 5 others
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Rosamond de Clifford MP
Gender:
Female
Birth:
1136
Clifford Castle, Clifford, Herefordshire, England
Death:
1176 (40)
Woodstock Castle, Oxfordshire, England
Place of Burial:
Godstow Nunnery, Wolvercote, Oxfordshire, England
Immediate Family:
Daughter of Walter FitzRichard de Clifford, 1st Baron Clifford and Margaret de Toëny
Partner of Henry II “Curtmantle”, king of England
Mother of Rosamond FitzHenry
Sister of Henry Clifford; Amicia De Clifford; Lucia de Say (de Clifford); Walter de Clifford, 2nd Baron Clifford; Richard de Clifford, Sr., Lord Frampton Severn and 5 others
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Thomas Wilson MP
Gender:
Male
Birth:
1695
Londonderry, Ireland
Death:
May 18, 1773 (78)
Fairfield, Augusta County, Virginia
Place of Burial:
Rockbridge County, Virginia, United States
Immediate Family:
Son of Robert Wilson, Sr and Jane Lee
Husband of Elizabeth Willson
Father of Capt Matthew Willson; Samuel Willson; Sarah Wilson Rosamond; Rebekah Willson; Elizabeth Musgrove and 3 others
Brother of Matthew Willson; John Burgess Wilson; Janet Willson; Robert Willson; Catherine Willson and 3 others
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Jane Lee
Gender:
Female
Birth:
November 07, 1672
Edinburgh, Midlothian, , Scotland
Death:
1746 (73)
Augusta, Virginia, United States
Immediate Family:
Daughter of Sir Thomas Lee, 1st Baronet and Anne Lee
Wife of Robert Wilson, Sr
Mother of Matthew Willson; Thomas Wilson; John Burgess Wilson; Janet Willson; Robert Willson and 4 others
Sister of Elizabeth Beke and Sir Thomas Lee, 2nd Baronet
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Thomas Lee, of Hartwell, Bart., K.B. MP
Gender:
Male
Birth:
1635
Death:
1695 (60)
Hartwell, Northamptonshire, England
Immediate Family:
Son of Thomas Lee, of Hartwell and Elizabeth Ingoldsby
Husband of Anne Lee
Father of Elizabeth Beke; Jane Lee and Sir Thomas Lee, 2nd Baronet
Half brother of Jane Ingoldsby and Richard Ingoldsby
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Thomas Lee, of Hartwell MP
Gender:
Male
Birth:
between 1607 and 1609
Death:
September 01, 1643 (34-36)
Hartwell, Buckinghamshire, England
Immediate Family:
Son of Thomas Lee, of Morton and Hartwell and Jane Lee
Husband of Mary Lee and Elizabeth Ingoldsby
Father of Sir Thomas Lee, 1st Baronet
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Thomas Lee, of Morton and Hartwell
Gender:
Male
Birth:
1573
Death:
1641 (67)
Immediate Family:
Son of Sir Thomas Lee, Knt., of East Clayton and Morton and Eleanor Lee
Husband of Jane Lee
Father of Thomas Lee, of Hartwell
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Sir Thomas Lee, Knt., of East Clayton and Morton
Gender:
Male
Birth:
estimated between 1516 and 1572
Death:
1626
Immediate Family:
Husband of Eleanor Lee
Father of Thomas Lee, of Morton and Hartwell
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Sir Thomas Lee, of Moreton, Knt. who in November, 1570, married Eleanor, the daughter, and at length heiress, of Michael Hampden, of Hartwell, Esq. They had 24 children according to her epitaph.
His son and heir was Thomas Lee, Esq. who married Jane, daughter of Sir George Throckmorton.
pedigree
From page 165 of The Baronetage of England: Or The History of the English Baronets …, Volume 2 By William Betham
130. LEE, of Hartwell, Buckinghamshire. Created Baronet, August 16, 1660.
THIS family had flourished long in this county previous to their advancement to the dignity of a Baronet. In a genealogical account drawn up by Browne Willis, it is stated that they are a branch of the Leghs, of High Legh, and Lyme, in Cheshire; and that their immediate ancestor, retiring out of the way of the persecution which that family underwent for taking part with Rich. II. against his usurping successor, settled in Buckinghamshire, early in Henry the Fourth’s reign. Their seat was at Moreton, in the parish of Dinton, adjoining to Hartwell ; and one of the oldest monuments in Dinton church is of William Lee, Esq. and Ann, his wife, which William deceased 9th of October 1486 *. . . They possess Hartwell, by descent, through the families of Hampden, Singleton, Stokes, and Luton, from Alice, daughter and heiress of William Hartwell, of Hartwell, Esq. grandson to Barnabas de Hartwell, to whom this manor had been granted by the crown, early in the 13th century. They resided for five generations and upwards in Moreton, where the ruins of their seat, surrounded by a moat, are still visible.
I, William Lee, aforesaid, who died in October 1486, left issue by Anne, his wife, a son and heir.
2, John t, who died in London, in March 1503, leaving issue by his wife Alice; a son,
3, Francis, who was father of
4, Thomas Lee, of Moreton, and also of East Claydon, in this county, which Thomas by his wife, daughter of Yates, Esq. had issue,
5, Sir Thomas Lee, of Moreton, Knt. who in November, 1570, married Fleanor, the daughter, and at length heiress, of Michael Hampden, of Hartwell, Esq.
origins
From page 96 of Aedes Hartwellianae: Or, Notices of the Manor and Mansion of Hartwell, Volume 1 By William Henry Smyth
“To return to the Lees. Hitherto the course of this family’s descent has been based on a chain of positive facts; but, before we trace the consanguinity marked by heraldic bearings, some degree of inferential testimony must be admitted. This very numerous family is to be distinctly followed in our early > archives as that of Domesday, the Inquisitions, Valuations, Rotuli, and the curious record of royal rights intituled the Testa de Neville; from all of which excerpta have been made and compared. As before stated, the Leghs or Lees were all-powerful in .Cheshire, as those of High Lee, of Lyme, of Ridge, of Begulegh, of Adlington, of Twemlow, and of Booths; but the branching off of the several casts into other counties, was under circumstances the particulars of which are now, perhaps, unattainable. Yet there is evidence that the Lees of Morton withdrew into Buckinghamshire in the early part of Henry the Fourth’s reign, to avoid the persecution to which they were liable in consequence of their manifested attachment to the cause of the unhappy Richard the Second ….”

Walter Culpeper (Colepeper), Esq.
Gender:
Male
Birth:
circa 1402
Bayhall,Pembury,Kent,England
Death:
November 24, 1462 (56-64)
Goudhurst,Cranbrook,Kent,England
Place of Burial:
Bedgebury Chapel of St. Mary’s Church, Goudhurst, co. Kent, England
Immediate Family:
Son of Sir Thomas de Culpeper, of Hardreshull and Bayhall; Joyce Vyne and Joyce Baynard
Husband of Agnes Roper and Agnes Ann Culpeper
Father of Sir John Culpepper, Kt., of Bayhall, Hardreshull & Bedgebury; Margaret Culpeper; Elizabeth Culpeper; Nicholas Culpeper and Richard Culpepper
Brother of Nicholas Culpeper and Thomas Colpepper
Half brother of John Culpepper, MP; Eleanore de Culpepper; Jocosa Hailsham; Richard Culpepper and Joyce Baynard
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Thomas of Bayhall, Hardreshull & Exton de Culpeper (Colepeper), Sr. MP
Gender:
Male
Birth:
circa 1360
Hardreshull, Bayhall, England
Death:
March 08, 1429 (65-73)
Bayhall, Pembury, Kent, England
Immediate Family:
Son of Sir John Culpeper of Hardreshull and Bayhall and Elizabeth de Culpeper
Husband of Joyce Baynard; Alianora Greene and Joyce Vyne
Father of Walter Culpeper; John Culpepper, MP; Eleanore de Culpepper; Jocosa Hailsham; Richard Culpepper and 2 others
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http://www.culpepperconnections.com/archives/uk/places/manors.htm

http://www.culpepperconnections.com/archives/uk/places/pembury.htm

https://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jweber&id=I18035

Thomas Culpeper (c. 1514 – 10 December 1541) was a courtier and close friend of Henry VIII, and related to two of his queens, Anne Boleyn and Catherine Howard. He is known to have had many private meetings with Catherine after her marriage, though these may have involved political intrigue. A letter was found written by Queen Catherine and she signed it, “yours as long as life endures.” He blamed the queen, saying he tried to end it, but she was, “dying of love for him”. Under torture, he confessed to adultery, and both were beheaded for treason.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Culpeper

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Ben Toney

 

I felt like Ben Toney was my brother. Our mutual interest in genealogies that we shared on facebook, made us like family. Alas, after his death, I am able to go to Ben’s facebook, without smoke getting in my eyes. Being the ‘Family Genealogist’ can be the loneliest title known to man. In one post Ben says “I just can’t stop”. I concur. For this reason I am going to ask Raquel Toney if she will take a DNA test because I just discovered I descend from the de Toney and de Clifford family.

This page is under construction. Shakespear is in my family tree via the famous ministers John and William Wilson

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Ben Toney

Ben Toney I’ve been into this for over 50 years, Karen, and I just can’t stop.

Ben Claud Toney passed away on May 10th 2018 at the age of 87. We will miss him dearly and nothing will be able to replace the man who, as well as becoming a pioneering radio pirate in the North Sea, was also the most loving father, grandfather, uncle and friend. “His girls” as he liked to call us, are going to especially miss his stories about the old days, his wealth of knowledge and his companionship. Right now there is a gap about the size of Texas in our hearts. Luckily, in his 80s he found the internet and his presence here allowed him to not only connect with his family in the UK but also with the wider community and through his conversations and collaborations he was able to leave an online legacy. The most significant contribution being his book of memoirs which is hosted here on the Radio London website. Ben was also a respected genealogist who not only put thousands of hours into researching several books on his own family tree but also helped countless other families research their own. He may not be with us any longer but he left us so many ways to remember him and for that we are truely grateful.

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Here is a GoFundMe for Ben.

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https://www.gofundme.com/bentoneymemorial

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Ann Wilson (Webb)

Gender: Female
Birth: 1550
England
Death: November 13, 1612 (62)
Windsor and Maidenhead, United Kingdom
Immediate Family: Daughter of Sir Henry Alexander Webb, I and Grace Webb
Wife of Rev. Dr. William Wilson
Sister of Humphrey Webb; Sir Alexander Alexander Webb, I; Agnes O’Dell / Hill / Arden; Henry Webb, Jr.; Mary Arden Webb and 8 others

https://www.geni.com/people/Sir-Henry-Alexander-Webb-I/6000000003938684818?through=6000000007926596788

Sir Henry Alexander Webb, I MP

Gender:

Male

Birth:

May 11, 1510
Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, England

Death:

circa 1544 (29-37)
Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, England

Immediate Family:

Son of Sir John Alexander Webb, Jr. and Margaret Webb
Husband of Grace Webb
Father of Humphrey Webb; Sir Alexander Alexander Webb, I; Agnes O’Dell / Hill / Arden; Henry Webb, Jr.; Ann Wilson and 9 others
Brother of William Webb; Mary Arden; Abigail Shakespeare and Agnes Webb

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Paula Denice Webb on February 19, 2007

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Jason Peter Herbert and 63 others

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This is the Dorchester Abbey stained glass window that has contained the Toney coat-of-arms since 1340 or earlier(second down from the left)

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Ben Toney

Ben Toney These arms in the window are of English knights who fought at the Battle of Caerlaverock Castle, Scotland in the year 1300.

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Karen Plambeck awsome !!:)) thanks for sharing.

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Ben ToneyI’ve been into this for over 50 years, Karen, and I just can’t stop.
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Jimmy Dale Rosamond Clifford

Here is the page I began about Jimmy Rosamond who has done a fantastic job with the Rosamond Family Genealogy. I informed him that we are kin to Rosamond Clifford.

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Sir Lewis Clifford, Kt. is William Thomas Rosamond’s 13th great uncle’s great grandfather.

Frank Wesley “Royal” Rosamond

Gender:

Male

Birth:

December 18, 1881
Missouri

Death:

circa November 26, 1953 (67-75)
Prob Oklahoma

Place of Burial:

Sunny Lane Sec. 13, lot S13-RN-7, Del City, Oklahoma

Immediate Family:

Son of William Thomas Rosamond and Ida Rose
Husband of Mary Magdalene Weineke
Father of June E Rosamond; Bertha M Rosamond; Rosemary Rita Rosamond and Lillian J Rosamond
Half brother of <private> Rosamond and <private> Rosamond

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Frank Wesley “Royal” Rosamond MP

Gender: Male
Birth: December 18, 1881
Missouri
Death: circa November 26, 1953 (67-75)
Prob Oklahoma
Place of Burial: Sunny Lane Sec. 13, lot S13-RN-7, Del City, Oklahoma
Immediate Family: Son of William Thomas Rosamond and Ida Rose
Husband of Mary Magdalene Weineke
Father of June E Rosamond; Bertha M Rosamond; Rosemary Rita Rosamond and Lillian J Rosamond
Half brother of <private> Rosamond and <private> Rosamond
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details

Added by: Jimmy Dale Rosamond on March 21, 2009
Managed by: Jimmy Dale Rosamond

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Jimmy Dale Rosamond

Birth:

December 01, 1942
Houston, Harris, Texas, United States

Immediate Family:

Son of Ennis Herman Rosamond and Annie Laurie Graham
Husband of <private> Garza
Father of <private> Rosamond; <private> Rosamond; <private> Rosamond; <private> Rosamond and <private> Rosamond
Brother of <private> Rosamond; Ramona Rosamond; Dolores Dell Rosamond and <private>

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Ennis Herman Rosamond

Gender:

Male

Birth:

March 26, 1907
Weldon, Houston County, Texas

Death:

May 08, 1989 (82)
Winnsboro, Wood County, Texas

Place of Burial:

Arbala, Hopkins County, Texas, Texas, United States

Immediate Family:

Son of Joseph Franklin Rosamond and Clara Clay Russell
Husband of Annie Laurie Graham; Ruby Mae Lynch and Maudie Nell Brown
Father of <private> Rosamond; Ramona Rosamond; Jimmy Dale Rosamond; Dolores Dell Rosamond and <private>
Brother of Jewel Christine Rosamond; Iris Velma Rosamond and Raymon Allen Rosamond

 

Joseph Franklin Rosamond

Gender:

Male

Birth:

February 21, 1876
Kosciusko, Attala County, Mississippi

Death:

January 31, 1953 (76)
Houston, Harris County, Texas

Place of Burial:

Forest Park Cemetery, Houston, Harris County, Texas

Immediate Family:

Son of Marion Francis Rosamond and Sarah “Saliner” Rosamond
Husband of Flossie Jackson and Clara Clay Russell
Father of Ennis Herman Rosamond; Jewel Christine Rosamond; Iris Velma Rosamond and Raymon Allen Rosamond
Brother of Mary A. Rosamond; William H Rosamond and Emma Rosamond
Half brother of Unknown Rosamond; George N Rosamond; Birdie D Rosamond and Lela Mae Rosamond

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details

Added by:

Jimmy Dale Rosamond on March 21, 2009

Managed by:

Ramona Rosamond, Jimmy Dale Rosamond, Marsha Gail Veazey (Kamish) and Spencer Louis Grogin

 

Marion Francis “Frank” Rosamond

Gender:

Male

Birth:

September 13, 1848
Carroll County, Mississippi

Death:

July 13, 1935 (86)
Lovelady, Houston, TX, United States

Place of Burial:

Antioch Cemetery, Lovelady, Houston Co, TX

Immediate Family:

Son of Benjamin Rosamond and Jane Mays Rosamond
Husband of Virginia Anna Rosamond; Sarah “Saliner” Rosamond and Frances A. Rosamond
Father of Unknown Rosamond; Mary A. Rosamond; William H Rosamond; Joseph Franklin Rosamond; Emma Rosamond and 3 others
Brother of Tillman Jasper Rosamond
Half brother of John W Rosamond; Thomas Henry Rosamond; Mary Emeline Rosamond; William Addison Rosamond; Nancy Narcissus Bowie and 7 others

 

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William Thomas Rosamond

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Rosamond Master File in Rosamond Web Site, managed by Landon Rosamond

Birth:

1860 – Place

Parents:

Names of both parents

Siblings:

Benjamin F. Rosamond and names of 5 more siblings

Wife:

Name of wife

Wife:

Name of wife

Children:

Frank Wesley Royal Rosamond and names of 2 more children

Lewis De Clifford

Gender:

Male

Birth:

1460
Bobbing Court, Bobbing, Kent, England

Death:

1497 (37)
Sutton Valence, Kent, England

Immediate Family:

Son of Alexander De Clifford, Esq and Margaret Culpeper
Husband of Mildred De Clifford
Father of Sir Nicholas Clifford and Richard de Clifford

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Margaret (C) on March 7, 2010

Managed by:

Vashisth, Margaret (C) and Patrice Nolan Gillespie

 

Sir Lewis Clifford, Kt. is William Thomas Rosamond’s 13th great uncle’s great grandfather.

William Thomas Rosamond

Samuel Rosamond
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James Rosamond
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Jane Lee
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Sir Thomas Lee, 1st Baronet
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Elizabeth Ingoldsby
his mother

Mary Bennett
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Sir Thomas Bennet, Lord Mayor of London
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Ann Bennet
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Ann Molyns
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Sir Alexander Culpeper, Kt.
her father

Sir John Culpepper, Kt., of Bayhall, Hardreshull & Bedgebury
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Margaret Culpeper
his sister

Alexander De Clifford, Esq
her husband

Lewis Clifford
his father

William de Clifford
his father

Sir Lewis Clifford, Kt.
his father

Sir Lewis Clifford, Kt. MP

Gender: Male
Birth: circa 1359
Bobbing, Kent, England, UK
Death: December 05, 1404 (41-49)
Bobbing, Kent, England, UK
Immediate Family: Son of Roger de Clifford, 5th Lord Clifford and Maud de Beauchamp
Husband of Eleanor de la Warre
Father of Lewis De Clifford; Elizabeth Vache; Richard De Clifford; Robert De Clifford and William de Clifford
Brother of Catherine de Greystoke, Baroness Greystoke; Maude Clifford Hilton; Thomas de Clifford, 6th Baron Clifford; Mary de Clifford; Margaret Melton and 4 others; Alice de Clifford; Philippa Clifford; Sir William de Clifford of Berwick-on-Tweed and James Clifford « less
Added by: Richard Robertson on May 28, 2007
Managed by: Marc Wheat and 19 others
Curated by: Angus Wood-Salomon

 

This is the Master Profile for Walter de Clifford, 2nd Baron Clifford.

William Thomas Rosamond is connected to Walter de Clifford, 2nd Baron Clifford.

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Walter de Clifford, 2nd Baron Clifford
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Walter de Clifford, 2nd Baron Clifford MP

Gender: Male
Birth: circa 1150
Clifford Castle, Herefordshire, England
Death: January 23, 1221 (67-75)
Clifford Castle, Hay, Herefordshire, England
Place of Burial: Clifford Castle, Herefordshire, England
Immediate Family: Son of Walter FitzRichard de Clifford, 1st Baron Clifford and Margaret de Toëny
Husband of Lady Agnes de Cuni of Cavenby
Father of Sir Walter Clifford, III, Baron Clifford; Sir Roger Clifford, Kt.; Sir Giles de Clifford; Maud de Clifford; Richard de Clifford and 4 others; Simon de Clifford; Basilia de Clifford; Cecilia de Clifford and Sir Hugh Clifford « less
Brother of Henry Clifford; Rosamond de Clifford; Amicia De Clifford; Lucia de Say (de Clifford); Richard de Clifford, Sr., Lord Frampton Severn and 5 others; Roger de Clifford; Simon de Clifford; Hugh de Clifford; William de Clifford and Gilbert de Clifford « less
Added by: Unknown on June 14, 2007
Managed by: Andrew Dean Kemp and 72 others
Curated by: Jason Scott Wills

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Walter II de Clifford (c. 1160 – 17 January 1221) was a Welsh Marcher Lord and High Sheriff in England.

Walter became Sheriff of Herefordshire and was a close associate of William de Braose. In March 1208 he held back from William’s rebellion, but did not do enough to check it. As a result King John dismissed him from his Marcher barony of Clifford and made his son Walter III de Clifford de facto lord instead.

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