Monthly Archives: July 2011

Rose Granite of the Rose Cross

The Stuttmeister monument on the grounds of the Dorotheenstadt cemetery is made of ROSE GRANITE as is the columns next to it. This cemetery was given by Frederick the Great for the purpose of burying .members of two Evangelical churches … Continue reading

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Were the Stuttmeisters Rosicrucians?

What is puzzling, is why would the Stuttmeisters conceal their past having such a grand monument to their dead in Berlin? They were evangelical Luhterans, members of the Jerusalem Church that was favored by Freidrich Wilhelm, the Rosicrucian King of … Continue reading

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San Sebastian Avenue: The Presco Family Photos

The family photographs in this blog are Copyrighted and presented by my newspaper, Royal Rosamond Press Co. They were taken when we lived at 4659 San Sebastian Avenue Oakland California. Jon Presco President: Royal Rosamond Press “The Child plays. The … Continue reading

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San Sebastian Avenue

Two months ago my younger sister called me out of the blue and told me our older brother Mark Presco had severed all ties with my estranged family and had disappeared. “We are the only ones left!” Vicki informed me, … Continue reading

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Family Stuttmeister

Two days ago I talked to my cousin, Dayrl Bulkley who is going to Berlin today to visit her daughter, Kimberly, who is residing there. Six days ago, I found the splendid monument where our Stuttmeister kinfolk are buried at … Continue reading

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John Witherspoon Owen Breckenridge

The great grandmother of John Witherspoon Owen Breckenridge, is the Ann Witherspoon, the daughter of Signer, John Witherspoon. His great grandfather, was John Breckenridge, Attorney General of the United States in the Cabinet of President Thomas Jefferson. I lived with … Continue reading

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John Hodges Rosamond

“Dorothy (Hodges) being a young, tall, attractive woman was taken by an Indian Chief before the cabin was torched. She was gone for ten years. When she returned she brought her Indian son with her.” With warfare all around them, … Continue reading

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