Real Hillbillies

Here is an exert from the Rosamond family genealogy:

“In Ireland, the Rosemonds were, so far as the writer has heard or
read, Protestants and Orangemen. That fact had much to do, according
to tradition, with the emigration of both Philip, the elder, and Canada Ed. Adescendant of a brother of Philip, the elder, has told
the writer that a lodge of Orangemen regularly met in the home of
the former in Leitrim. The recognition of the family name in Ireland
as a Huguenot name carries with it the weight of contemporary knowledge and opinion.” Bennett Rosamond a member of the Canadain Parlaiment, and was the
Grand Master of the Loyal Orange Lodge founded around William of Orange of the Netherlands. Did the weaving guilds of Flanders back King William? Is there a connection between the Orange Order and the
guilds of Basel? Yes, and I will show you this link in due time. But, here come my ancestors to claim our Rosy heritage. The Rosamond
Mill in Canada has been declared a “National Heritage Site.

“Bennett Rosamond was born on May 10, 1833 at Carleton Place,
Ontario. At the age of 26 he joined the family business, theVictoria
Woolen Mills at Almonte and in 1862 he took over thebusiness from
his father. He served on the township council, servedas Reeve and was elected mayor of Almonte. He was elected as thefederal Conservative member of parliament for the riding of NorthLanark in 1892 and sat in the House of Commons until 1904.Rosamond was a major employer at Almonte and voting days saw hisemployees turn out en masse to vote for him. As a major benefactorof the town he donated

HILLBILLY (Hillbillies)

The origin of this American nickname for mountain folk in the Ozarks and in Appalachia comes from Ulster. Ulster-Scottish (The often incorrectly labeled “Scots-Irish”) settlers in the hill-country of Appalachia brought their traditional music with them to the new world, and many of their songs and ballads dealt with William, Prince of Orange, who defeated the Catholic King James II of the Stuart family at the Battle of the Boyne, Ireland in 1690. William of Orange The signing of the National Covenant, Greyfriar’s Kirkyard, 1638 Supporters of King William were known as “Orangemen” and “Billy Boys” and their North American counterparts were soon referred to as “hillbillies”. It is interesting to note that a traditional song of the Glasgow Rangers football club today begins with the line, “Hurrah! Hurrah! We are the Billy Boys!” and shares its tune with the famous American Civil War song, “Marching Through Georgia”. Stories abound of American National Guard units from Southern states being met upon disembarking in Britain during the First and Second World Wars with the tune, much to their displeasure! One of these stories comes from Colonel Ward Schrantz, a noted historian, Carthage Missouri native, and veteran of the Mexican Border Campaign, as well as the First and Second World Wars, documented a story where the US Army’s 30th Division, made up of National Guard units from Georgia, North and South Carolina and Tennessee arrived in the United Kingdom…”a waiting British band broke into welcoming American music, and the soldiery, even the 118th Field Artillery and the 105 Medical Battalion from Georgia, broke into laughter.

THERE is no symbol more vilified and despised in this United Kingdom than the “Red Hand of Ulster” flag. Indeed, at time of writing, it has come to my attention that this flag is so detested by the Scottish Parliament that to wave or display this flag in public could constitute an offence under their new antisectarianism legislation. This is no accident, for the Red Hand of Ulster is the key to understanding the purpose of God to destroy Babylon in these momentous times. Therefore Babylon is doing all in its power to wipe out this most obnoxious (to them) symbol.

British Israel students among my readers will know that the Red Hand is the symbol of the Zarah line from Judah, reunited in the purpose of God with the Pharez line of the Davidic monarchy through the marriage of Milesius the Heremon, of the Zarah line, with David’s descendant Tea Tephi, of the Pharez line, in Ireland. This Heremon was a king of the Scarlet-thread branch of Judah and his genealogy can easily be proved through study. The symbol of this branch of Judah is the Red Hand, symbolising the scarlet thread placed round the wrist of Zarah by the midwife (see Genesis 38). The Red Hand also speaks of the Bloody Hand of a Covenant God. Covenants in ancient times were made by cutting the hand or wrist of both parties and then they would clasp hands, thus mingling the blood. Hence a covenant partner would become your blood brother. It is from this practice of cutting covenant that we get the handshake of friendship. Like so many other aspects of covenant, this has become obscured to modern man. “In 1724, my ancestor John ROSAMOND and his friend William Ray were arrested in Abingdon, Berkshire, England for stealing a hat, periwig, 30 pounds British sterling, five pairs of shoes, and a brown gelding.
They were held in the gaol in Reading, Berkshire, after their trial
where they were sentenced to be exiled to the colonies for 14 years
hard labor. By March 1725, they were transported to Newgate Prison
and held there until they boarded the convict ship “Forward” owned by
Jonathan Forward, and captained by Daniel Russell. The ship set sail
on 28 September 1725 from London via the Thames River. The ship arrived disbarked at Annapolis, Maryland on 8 December 1725. We don’t know who bought his indenture, but he is recorded as being in CPT Beall’s militia of Prince George Co, Maryland between 1734-1737. By 1747-1765 we find John ROSAMOND living in Augusta Co, Virginia and listed as a master shoemaker, owned land, paid tithes, served in the
militia, etc. His wife Sarah Wilson, a daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth Wilson, arrived with her mother, brothers:”

· Name: John ROSAMOND “The Highwayman”
· Surname: Rosamond
· Given Name: John
· Suffix: “The Highwayman”
· Sex: M
· Birth: ABT. 1710 in County Leitrim, Ireland (?)
· Death: BEF. 1790 in SC
· _UID: 91F534475BFDD511920DBCD0308C862DD9EC
· Immigration: 1725 Annapolis, MD
· Occupation: Farmer, shoemaker
· Change Date: 3 Apr 2006 at 01:00:00Father: James “Jacob?” ROSEMOND
b: 1 Jan 1654 in Basle, Switzerland Mother: Ann D’ORRMarriage 1 Sarah
WILSON b: ABT. 1726 in County Antrim, Ireland
Married: ABT. 1740 in Augusta County, Virginia
Jean ROSAMOND b: ABT. 1743 in Augusta Co., VA
Margaret ROSAMOND b: ABT. 1745 in Augusta Co.,VA
Samuel Null ROSAMOND b: ABT. 1751 in Augusta Co., VA
James ROSAMOND b: ABT. 1754 in Augusta Co., VA
Sarah F. ROSAMOND b: ABT. 1760 in Augusta County, Virginia

The Highwaymen were a country supergroup comprising four musicians
well known for, among other things, their involvement and pioneering
influence on the outlaw country subgenre: Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson and Kris Kristofferson. Outlaws and good old boys Jennings and Cash had worked together previously and had great
respect for each other; Jennings was a good friend of Cash’s, the
latter calling him his “blood brother.”

Here Come the Rednecks and Billy Boys

My Grandfather, Royal Rosamond (Frank Rosamond) returned to his parents home in
Eminence Missouri and wrote about the Hillybillies of the Ozarks. Above we see
him in a rocking chair reading the magazine he published ‘Bright Stories’. He
contributed to his good friend Otto Rayburn’s magazine ‘Arcadian Life’. Otto
became the foremost historian of the Ozarks and its writers. Royal was a rancher, a gold miner, and one day, a bull fighter. Here is Bennett Rosamond who was a leader of the Billy Boys and Rednecks in

Here is a site that honors neo-Confederate Traitors who see themselves as Rednecks, Cowboys, and Hillbillies. No doubt Denne Sweeney claims he is King of Hillbillies and Rednecks. He lies! He is somewhere in this crowd, marching on Atlanta. Allow me to add a good ol Billy Boy marching tune! Get out, you band of traitors, you pack of liars! Get out of the Republican


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