The V Druid Symbol

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I do not have to subscribe to or reject to any conclusions folks like Dan Brown exploited, because not one of these authors are Biblical scholars like myself. This is why they point to obscure artistic symbols and faint Biblical passages as proof there is a hidden bloodline that tried, or, has changed the world, like the Hippies tried – and succeeded! Surely the bloodline of Jesus was fed up with Europe, like Jesus was allegedly fed up with the Jews and Judea. So, it stands to reason that this bloodline came to the New World. The Mormons believe Jesus was in the new world, and the Christian-right is poised to vote for Mitt Romney, a Mormon!
Anyone – but a socialist hippie-like messenger of Love!

Well, there you go! What people in the West are being demonized and made the No.1 enemy of the Christian and Catholic church? Just follow the big neon arrows – and behold!

Some say William Ralston was murdered. Why were the Odd Fellows buried at Laurel Hill, evicted from their graves that affectively destroyed these people of Love, who promised their brothers and sisters an hororable burial?

William Sharon ended up with everything that Ralston made. He came to be in America’s Family, tree, as did Lord Hesketh who sailed into San Francisco on his great yacht looking for a Gold Miner’s daughter to marry because his estate was going broke. This was a titled God Digger. V marks the spot?

Life is an Art Form, conducted by artists much like those folks who waded in the mud to make sculptures out of nothing. Above is the tombstone of Herman Joseph Hartnagel, born in Damstadt Germany and a naturalized United States citizen, was an officer of the United Ancient Order of Druids (UAOD), Hesperian Grove No. 15 of San Francisco . Records show he registered to vote at age 21 in 1867 and was never married. He died in Belmont , California of consumption (tuberculosis) on February 9, 1875.

If I was dishonest, I could author a book, or, host a show on the History channel that swears this V with radiant eye is proof earth women gave birth to enlightended aliens, the so called Watchers.

Jon Presco

Copyright 2012

Ancient Order of DruidsFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to: navigation, search
The March 1909 edition of The Druid, the magazine published by the Ancient Order of Druids.The Ancient Order of Druids (AOD) is a fraternal organisation founded in London, England in 1781 that still operates to this day. It is the earliest known English group to be founded based upon the iconography of the ancient druids, who were priest-like figures in Iron Age Celtic paganism. As such, the Order was an early influence upon the development of the Neo-druidic movement,[1] however it differs from most contemporary Neo-druidic groups in that it does not hold to a Neopagan religion, and is “not a religious organisation – in fact any discussion on religion or politics is forbidden within the lodge rooms”. Instead its members are expected “to preserve and practice the main principles attributed to the early Druids, particularly those of justice, benevolence and friendship.”[2]

Contents [hide]
1 History
1.1 Origins
1.2 Development, Spread and Schism
2 Notable members
3 Notes and references
4 External links
5 International

[edit] History[edit] OriginsThe origins of the Ancient Order of Druids are still largely mysterious, because much of the original source material from the time of its foundation has been lost. However, it is known that it was founded in 1781 in London, and it arose at a time when the idea of voluntary societies and clubs was becoming particularly popular in the country, with the historian Peter Clark stating that around 130 different types of club had come into existence.[3] The historian Ronald Hutton noted that two pre-existing Welsh clubs, the Druid Society, which was based on Anglesey, and the Society of the Druids of Cardigan, had already been founded in the previous decades, basing their names and some of their iconography upon what was then believed about the ancient druids.[4]

By the 1920s, two different stories were circling amongst members of the Order regarding its foundation. The first held that it was created by a group of friends who were merchants and artisans who liked to regularly meet at the King’s Arms tavern just off Oxford Street in the West End of London. To keep out unwanted intruders, they became a formal society, and chose to adopt the name of the druids at the suggestion of one of their members, a Mr Hurle, who had a particular interest in the ancient druids. The second story held that the group of friends who met at the King’s Arms decided, after the death of one of their number, to form an organisation to honour his memory by raising a fund to provide his bereaved mother with enough money to live. The historian Ronald Hutton noted that the second account was “of course, perfectly compatible with the first” but that he believed it to be less likely for there was no known source for it prior to the 1920s.[5]

However it was founded, it is known that the first leader or “Archdruid” of the group was the aforementioned Mr Hurle, who the historian Wilhelm North posited, in a 1932 pamphlet, had actually been Henry Hurle, a wealthy carpenter, surveyor and builder who worked at Garlick Hill in London.[6] Meanwhile, a plaque is now found on the wall of the King’s Arms inn stating that the Order was founded there.[2]

[edit] Development, Spread and SchismThe success of the group that met at the King’s Arms, which came to be called Lodge No. 1, spawned the creation of a number of other lodges of the Order being founded elsewhere by new initiates, with Lodge No. 2 being inaugurated on 21 August 1783 and meeting at Rose Tavern, along the Ratcliffe Highway, Wapping. Lodge No. 3 was soon after opened in Westminster, and according to a rumour within the Order, the politician Charles James Fox was initiated into the Order through this lodge by Hulme himself, possibly in an attempt to gain wider popularity amongst the voters in the borough.[7]

By 1785, the AOD had six lodges in London, with a further one located in Ipswich, and by 1791 there was a string of them across southern England. However, in 1794, with the French revolution causing a panic amongst many in the British government, who feared a revolutionary movement at home, great suspicion was cast upon secretive societies, and due to this a number of the lodges shut down, including that in Westminster. Nonetheless, by the start of the nineteenth century, twenty-two lodges remained open. By 1831 this had risen to 193 lodges, and the Order’s membership itself had risen to over 200,000.[8]

However, discontent was rising in the Order. Ever since its inception, its members had come from a variety of different social backgrounds, and many of the poorer members, particularly in the newly industrial towns in the English Midlands, wanted it to act more like the benefit clubs and friendly societies such as the Oddfellows, the Foresters and the Shepherds, which were then rising in popularity. These benefit clubs collected membership fees into a central fund that they used to care for members who were too ill to work, or unable to pay for their funerals. In particular, these dissenting voices wanted to cease sending a percentage of their funds to the Grand Lodge (formerly Lodge No. 1), and to introduce more democratic reforms within the movement, so that the Archdruids of each lodge had a larger say over the movement. In the first years of the 1830s, a group of lodges decided to found an elected United Provisional Committee, but in retaliation the Grand Lodge and its allies expelled them from the Order, further galvanising the organisation into two camps. In 1833, about half of the AOD, numbering over a hundred lodges, split from the Grand Lodge in protest, and formed the United Ancient Order of Druids.[9] This event has subsequently become known as “the Great Secession” amongst members of the Order.[2]

The United Ancient Order of Druids (UAOD) took a more democratic and socially-conscientious view that the AOD, being run by an elected Board of Directors and aiming for “social and intellectual intercourse” and “general philanthropy and benevolence”.[10] It became a success, and by 1846 had 330 lodges across England and Wales as well as several overseas. The original Ancient Order of Druids also grew in numbers and became more successful, and according to Ronald Hutton, “Both halves of the former Ancient Order were therefore poised to make a significant contribution to Victorian culture; the more so in that by this time they were not alone among British voluntary societies in having the identity of Druid.”[11]

Our Mystery Headstone

Discovered on August 19, 2001 by Frank Maffei, long time Colma Resident and Colma Historical Association Boardmember as he was walking along the old Southern Pacific right-of-way as it was being excavated for the BART tunnel to San Francisco Airport . The headstone was half buried at the location near Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery and the Donohoe and Carroll Monument Company. Weighing almost 1,000 pounds it is It is now permanently located on the grounds of the Colma Historical Park, adjacent to the Colma Historical Museum building

The monument reads:
In Memory
Of
H.J. Hartnagel
Past arch and chartered
Member of Hesperian
Grove No. 15 and past
grand secretary Grand
Grove of California
UAOD
Died Feb. 9, 1875
Aged 29 years
? Mortogue Fidel ?
erected as a token of
respect by Hesperian
Grove
No. 15
Researching the various names on the monument, Richard Rocchetta, Boardmember and Secretary of the Colma Historical Association discovered that the headstone originally came from the Independent Order of Odd Fellow’s Cemetery in San Francisco . The body of H.J. Hartnagel is listed in the handwritten book of burials for the mass grave located in what is now called Greenlawn Cemetery , where most of the bodies from the Odd Fellow’s Cemetery are interred. There are no individual burial stones at the mass grave site. It is a mystery as to why this stone ended up in Colma, “separated” from the body. Could it have come on a flat car and been abandonded? The answer may never be known.
Here is what we know about Mr. Hartnagle.
Herman Joseph Hartnagel, born in Damstadt , Germany and a naturalized United States citizen, was an officer of the United Ancient Order of Druids (UAOD), Hesperian Grove No. 15 of San Francisco . Records show he registered to vote at age 21 in 1867 and was never married. He died in Belmont , California of consumption (tuberculosis) on February 9, 1875. Originally interred in Odd Fellows Cemetery in San Francisco , he now lies in the Odd Fellows section of Greenlawn Memorial Park (where 26,000 bodies unclaimed by families from San Francisco ‘s Odd Fellows Cemetery are buried in a mass grave). According to records at Greenlawn, Hartnagel’s physician was Dr. Robert Mackintosh and the undertaker was Massey and Yung.
The following death notice appeared in both the San Francisco Morning Call and the San Francisco Chronicle on Thursday, February 11, 1875:
HARTNAGEL-In Belmont , Cal. , February 9, Herman Joseph Hartnagel, a native of Hess-Darmstadt, aged 29 years.
The funeral will be held at Druids’ Hall, 413 Sutter Street, on Sunday, February 14, at 1 P.M., under the auspices of the Grand Grove of the State of California, U.A.O.D., of which deceased was a valued and efficient officer. Members of subordinate Groves are invited to attend. Special invitation is extended to members of Ophir Lodge No. 171, and Unity Encampment, No. 26, I.O.O.F. (of which deceased was a member), to be present.

Leonardo knew that Mary Magdalene was the actual Holy Grail and the bearer of Jesus’ blood . Leigh Teabing goes on to explain that this idea is supported by the shape of the letter “V” that is formed by the bodily positions of Jesus and Mary, as “V” is the symbol for the sacred feminine.

The sacred feminine is that other face of God that has not been honored over the two millennia of Christianity–at least, not as a fully equal partner. The Virgin Mary certainly embodies one aspect of God as feminine: the Blessed Mother, our advocate at the throne of her Son. But in Christianity, the paradigm of partnership, the life-giving principle on planet earth, has not been celebrated or even acknowledged.

I believe we need to reclaim the lost feminine at all levels: physical, psychological, emotional, and spiritual. We have been gravely impoverished by the loss of the bride and the mandala of sacred partnership that was to have been the birthright of Christians. We have suffered the loss of Eros/relationship and deep connection with the feminine–the body, the emotions, the intuitive, the kinship of all the living, the blessings of the beautiful and bountiful planet.

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 Dottie Witherspoon in Boston, and met many Witherspoons in South Carolina who are kin to the actress, Reese Witherspoon.
I have been exchanging e-mails with a member of the Sharon family about revising the Sharon Family reunion at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco. I was invited to go to Europe with a member of the Hesketh-Fermor family, who are kin to my niece, Drew Benton, and thus the Prescos. We are all kin to Lloyd Tevis the President of Welles Fargo Bank.
I have put on pause my homework of family relations. I do know some of the California Sharons and I am familiar with the reunion that use to take place in San Francisco, but I have been swamped. I would love to refresh the reunion for our family. I am not familiar with the names on your email yet. I don’t know if you sent email to Philip or had misplaced my name. I will start more family connections with the Sharon clan soon.
Patrick Sharon
Hi Jon- Get ready- much info coming now- please go ASAP to tatler.com- June issue page 102- big article on the new owner of Easton Neston- Leon Max- I’m headed there with James Baring and Bob and Joanne Fermor tomorrow.
Anne
Witherspoon Owen Breckenridge married Louise Tevis Breckenridge Sharon, the daughter of Lloyd Tevis, president of Wells Fargo and one of the richest men in California. When he became president of Wells Fargo, it was an express coach company. When he retired, it was a bank as we know it today. Tevis was assessed by the state of California as having a fortune worth $1,590,000.00 in 1880
John Witherspoon Breckenridge, son of Congressman, Senator, Vice President, Presidential Candidate and Confederate General John C. Breckenridge, c. 1878 and lived in San Rafael, CA. Their marriage ended in divorce and she married secondly Frederick W. Sharon.
Frederick Sharon was the son of Senator William Sharon (right), one of California’s very richest men. Sharon arrived in San Francisco in 1849, first investing in real estate, then also in mining and banking. By 1880, the state of California assessed his personal fortune at $4,470,000.002 and he was the largest single taxpayer in the state. Louise and Frederick were married at Sharon’s 55,360 square foot palatial estate ‘Belmont’ in 1884 (below).

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Sir Thomas George Fermor-Hesketh, 7th Bt.1
M, #152841, b. 9 May 1849, d. 19 April 1924
Sir Thomas George Fermor-Hesketh, 7th Bt.|b. 9 May 1849\nd. 19 Apr 1924|p15285.htm#i152841|Sir Thomas George Fermor-Hesketh, 5th Bt.|b. 11 Jan 1825\nd. 20 Aug 1872|p15286.htm#i152858|Lady Anna Maria Isabella Fermor|b. 2 Jan 1828\nd. 25 Feb 1870|p15286.htm#i152859|Sir Thomas H. Hesketh, 4th Bt.|b. 11 Feb 1799\nd. 10 Feb 1843|p13111.htm#i131107|Annette M. Bomford|d. 17 Dec 1879|p13111.htm#i131108|William T. Fermor, 4th Earl of Pomfret|b. 22 Nov 1770\nd. 29 Jun 1833|p15286.htm#i152860|Annabel E. Borough||p15287.htm#i152861|

Last Edited=11 Mar 2012
Consanguinity Index=0.0%
Sir Thomas George Fermor-Hesketh, 7th Bt. was born on 9 May 1849.2 He was the son of Sir Thomas George Fermor-Hesketh, 5th Bt. and Lady Anna Maria Isabella Fermor.2 He married Florence Emily Sharon, daughter of Hon. William Sharon and Maria Malloy, on 22 December 1880 at Belmont, San Francisco, California, U.S.A..2 He died on 19 April 1924 at age 74.1

Florence Louise Tevis1,2
F, #152846, b. 12 October 1858, d. 19 December 1938
Florence Louise Tevis|b. 12 Oct 1858\nd. 19 Dec 1938|p15285.htm#i152846|Lloyd Tevis|b. 20 Mar 1824\nd. 24 Jul 1899|p15285.htm#i152847|Susan Gano Sanders|b. 9 Feb 1831\nd. 29 Apr 1902|p15312.htm#i153112|Samuel Tevis|b. Mar 1788\nd. May 1841|p15315.htm#i153143|Sarah J. Greathouse|b. 1795\nd. 1896|p15315.htm#i153144|Colonel Lewis Sanders||p17462.htm#i174618||||

Last Edited=13 Feb 2010
     Florence Louise Tevis was born on 12 October 1858 at California, U.S.A..3,2 She was the daughter of Lloyd Tevis and Susan Gano Sanders.1,3 She married, firstly, John Witherspoon Breckinridge, son of General John Cabell Breckinridge and Mary Cyrene Burch.3 She and John Witherspoon Breckinridge were divorced before 1881.3,4 She married, secondly, Frederick William Sharon, son of Hon. William Sharon and Maria Malloy, in 1884.5,4 She died on 19 December 1938 at age 80 at Easton Neston, Northamptonshire, England.3,2 She was buried at St. Mary’s Church, Easton Neston, Northamptonshire, England.2
      Florence Louise Tevis usually went by her middle name of Louise.2 Her married name became Breckinridge.3 From 1884, her married name became Sharon.5
Children of Florence Louise Tevis and John Witherspoon Breckinridge
Lloyd Tevis Breckinridge3 b. 1878, d. 1901
John Cabell Breckinridge+3 b. 1879, d. a Mar 1914
Florence Louise Breckinridge+1 b. Nov 1881, d. 4 Mar 1956
Child of Florence Louise Tevis and Frederick William Sharon
Henry William Sharon4 b. 1885

Sir Thomas George Fermor-Hesketh, 7th Bt.1
M, #152841, b. 9 May 1849, d. 19 April 1924
Sir Thomas George Fermor-Hesketh, 7th Bt.|b. 9 May 1849\nd. 19 Apr 1924|p15285.htm#i152841|Sir Thomas George Fermor-Hesketh, 5th Bt.|b. 11 Jan 1825\nd. 20 Aug 1872|p15286.htm#i152858|Lady Anna Maria Isabella Fermor|b. 2 Jan 1828\nd. 25 Feb 1870|p15286.htm#i152859|Sir Thomas H. Hesketh, 4th Bt.|b. 11 Feb 1799\nd. 10 Feb 1843|p13111.htm#i131107|Annette M. Bomford|d. 17 Dec 1879|p13111.htm#i131108|William T. Fermor, 4th Earl of Pomfret|b. 22 Nov 1770\nd. 29 Jun 1833|p15286.htm#i152860|Annabel E. Borough||p15287.htm#i152861|

Last Edited=11 Mar 2012
Consanguinity Index=0.0%
     Sir Thomas George Fermor-Hesketh, 7th Bt. was born on 9 May 1849.2 He was the son of Sir Thomas George Fermor-Hesketh, 5th Bt. and Lady Anna Maria Isabella Fermor.2 He married Florence Emily Sharon, daughter of Hon. William Sharon and Maria Malloy, on 22 December 1880 at Belmont, San Francisco, California, U.S.A..2 He died on 19 April 1924 at age 74.1

As an avid reader of fashion mags, I cannot but help see how the occult has infiltrated and monopolized print media, especially in fashion.

In addition to many of the symbols that VC talks about, I think we can add V (for Venus/Lucifer) symbolism that so many celebs and models are are flashing in magazines

The letter V, Roman Numeral for Five, has hundreds of meanings within the occult and Illuminati. Adam Weishaupt, the founder of the Bavarian Illuminati formulated the laws of five to choose members for his inner circle and believed that history occurred and will occur in five stages, beginning and ending with chaos, this the motto “Order from Chaos”

V is the first letter of Venus, the goddess of love and sexuality in Greco-Roman myths. Even before her Hellenized form, she evolved from other earlier incarnations such as the Sumerian Inanna, Babylonian Ishtar, and the Egyptian Hathor and Isis (all these goddesses are huge in the occult). Basically, Venus is female sexuality, but most importantly, the culmination of the ancient reverence of the power of female sexuality to re-create life, beginning with the cult of all powerful mother goddesses.

The original “Venus”

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 Dottie Witherspoon in Boston, and met many Witherspoons in South Carolina who are kin to the actress, Reese Witherspoon.
I have been exchanging e-mails with a member of the Sharon family about revising the Sharon Family reunion at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco. I was invited to go to Europe with a member of the Hesketh-Fermor family, who are kin to my niece, Drew Benton, and thus the Prescos. We are all kin to Lloyd Tevis the President of Welles Fargo Bank.
I have put on pause my homework of family relations. I do know some of the California Sharons and I am familiar with the reunion that use to take place in San Francisco, but I have been swamped. I would love to refresh the reunion for our family. I am not familiar with the names on your email yet. I don’t know if you sent email to Philip or had misplaced my name. I will start more family connections with the Sharon clan soon.
Patrick Sharon
Hi Jon- Get ready- much info coming now- please go ASAP to tatler.com- June issue page 102- big article on the new owner of Easton Neston- Leon Max- I’m headed there with James Baring and Bob and Joanne Fermor tomorrow.
Anne
Witherspoon Owen Breckenridge married Louise Tevis Breckenridge Sharon, the daughter of Lloyd Tevis, president of Wells Fargo and one of the richest men in California. When he became president of Wells Fargo, it was an express coach company. When he retired, it was a bank as we know it today. Tevis was assessed by the state of California as having a fortune worth $1,590,000.00 in 1880
John Witherspoon Breckenridge, son of Congressman, Senator, Vice President, Presidential Candidate and Confederate General John C. Breckenridge, c. 1878 and lived in San Rafael, CA. Their marriage ended in divorce and she married secondly Frederick W. Sharon.
Frederick Sharon was the son of Senator William Sharon (right), one of California’s very richest men. Sharon arrived in San Francisco in 1849, first investing in real estate, then also in mining and banking. By 1880, the state of California assessed his personal fortune at $4,470,000.002 and he was the largest single taxpayer in the state. Louise and Frederick were married at Sharon’s 55,360 square foot palatial estate ‘Belmont’ in 1884 (below).

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Subject: [OBITS] John Witherspoon Owen Breckinridge
Date: Tue, 03 Jun 2008 21:23:01 -0000

This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list.

Author: cantorjoeocho
Surnames: Breckinridge,Tevis,Sharon,Malloy,Newlands
Classification: obituary

Message Board URL:

http://boards.rootsweb.com/topics.obits2/1578/mb.ashx

Message Board Post:

BRECKINRIDGE
Memorial
and
TEVIS/ SHARON ESTATE HISTORY
John Witherspoon Owen Breckinridge, Member of California state assembly 5th District, 1884-85. & Louise (Tevis). the daughter of Lloyd Tevis (1st. Pres. of Wells Fargo Bank).
Louise (Tevis) Breckinridge married (2nd) Frederick William Sharon (son of Senator William Sharon) d.1882 & Maria Malloy.

The life story of Louise Tevis Breckinridge Sharon gives insite into the impact of California gold on global banking and who directed it.

Francis G. Newlands (1848-1917) was a young San Francisco lawyer. Early in his practice he had become an attorney for William Sharon, a senator from Nevada from 1875 to 1882, who made a tremendous fortune revitalizing and managing the rich Nevada Comstock Lode. In 1874 Newlands married Sharon’s daughter. Following her death, in 1882, and William Sharon’s death, in 1885, Newlands became trustee of Sharon’s huge estate, was himself one of the heirs, and managed major land holdings in California and Nevada.18481917, American legislator, b. Natchez, Miss. After practicing law in San Francisco from 1870, he moved (1888) to Nevada. He became well known for his interest in irrigation and reclamation and for his advocacy of free silver. He was (18931903) U.S. Congressman from Nevada and served (190317) as a Democrat in the U.S. Senate. He wrote the Newlands Act of 1913, concerning mediation and conciliation in labor controversies, and the Reclamation Act of 1902. He played a!
n important role in the establishment of the Federal Trade Commission (1914) and in preparing the way for the Transportation Act of 1920

US Senator William Sharon’s daughter by Maria Malloy,
Flora, married Sir Thomas Fermor-Hesketh of England.
Easton Neston in Northampton
(the estate of the Fermor-Hesketh family)
^ John Cabell Breckinridge, Sr. & Adelaide (Murphy) ^
Aunt: Florence Louise Breckinridge) married Thomas Fermor-Hesketh
^
John Bunny Breckinridge born in 1903 died Tuesday, November 5th, 1996

It looks like Louise Tevis Breckinridge Sharon, was the grand dowager with
control of the purse strings of her mother Susan’s half of the Tevis Estate
and whatever control came to her from her second husbands portion of the
Sharon estate. (California and Nevada community property laws). She would
also have had a great influence on her sister in-law Flora Sharon
Fermor-Hesketh and guided the Fermor-Hesketh marriage of her own daughter
Flora Breckinridge.
Her son John Caball Breckinridge seems to have been part of Victorian
England without a fortune of his own and he didn’t marry one. He and his
marriage were kept in the shadows. I would suspect he had a rough time of it.
The life story of Louise Tevis Breckinridge would give a unique in site
into the impact of California gold on global banking and who directed it.
Well you know all of this already.I will let you know if I come across any
thing about Johns parents.

>From Breckinridge researcher Gloria Hursey
John Cabell “Bunny” Breckinridge descent of the Breckinridges:
1..Alexander Breckenridge & Jane Preston
….2 Robert Breckenridge, Sr. & Letitia Preston
……..3 John Breckenridge & Mary “Polly” Hopkins Cabell
…………4 Joseph Cabell Breckinridge, & Mary Clay Smith, daughter of Rev. Samuel Stanhope Smith, president of Princeton College. She was a granddaughter of John Witherspoon and a lineal descendant ofJohn Knox: through his heroic daughter, Mrs. Welch, who told King James that she would rather ” kep his head in her lap” than have him submit to the king’s supremacy in religion,”
…………….5 John Cabell Breckinridge (Vice Pres. of US) & Mary Cyrene Burch
………………..6 John Witherspoon Owen Breckinridge & (1st) Louise Tevis
……………………7 Lloyd Tevis Breckinridge
……………………7 John Cabell Breckinridge, Sr. & Adelaide Murphy
……………………….8 John Cabell “Bunny” Breckinridge, Jr.
……………………7 Florence Louis Breckinridge & Thomas Fermor-Hesketh
……………………….8 Thomas Fermor-Hesketh
……………………….8 Frederick “Freddie” Fermor-Hesketh & Christian Mary McEwan
……………………….8 Florence Fermor-Hesketh & (1) ? Revelstoke, (2) Derick/Arthur Lawson
……………………….8 John Fermor-Hesketh & (1) Patricia ?, (2)Joan Isabel Reveley (Lorelei).
……………………….8 Louise Fermor-Hesketh & Edmond Villiers Minshull Stockdale
………………..6 John Witherspoon Owen Breckinridge & (2nd) Harriet Dudley
……………………7 Elizabeth Lee Breckinridge & Joseph I. Thomas
……………………….8 Breckenridge Thomas

John Cabell “Bunny” Breckinridge descent of the Tevis:
1..Robert Tevis & Martha Crow/Crowe
….2 Samuel Tevis & Sarah Jane Greathouse
……..3 Lloyd Tevis & Susan Saunders
…………4 Louise Tevis & (1st) John Witherspoon Owen Breckinridge
…………….5 Lloyd Tevis Breckinridge
…………….5 John Cabell Breckinridge, Sr. & Adelaide Murphy
………………..6 John Cabell “Bunny” Breckinridge, Jr.
…………….5 Florence Louise Breckinridge & Thomas Fermor-Hesketh
……………….6 Thomas Fermor-Hesketh
……………….6 Frederick “Freddie” Fermor-Hesketh & Christian Mary
McEwan
……………….6 Florence Fermor-Hesketh & (1) ? Revelstoke, (2)
Derick/Arthur Lawson
……………….6 John Fermor-Hesketh & (1) Patricia ?, (2) Joan Isabel Reveley (Lorelei)
……………….6 Louise Fermor-Hesketh & Edmond Villiers Minshull
Stockdale
…………4 Louise Tevis & (2nd) Frederick William Sharon (son of Senator
William Sharon)
…………….5 Henry William Tevis Sharon (said to have died young)

Sharon descent:
1..William Sharon, Sr. & Susanna Kirk
….2 Senator William Sharon, Jr. & Maria Malloy
……..3 Clara Adelaide Sharon & Francis Griffith Newlands
……..3 Florence Sharon & Thomas George Fermor-Hesketh
…………4 Thomas Fermor-Hesketh & Florence Louise Breckinridge
(Florence is the daughter of John Witherspoon Owen
Breckinridge & 1st. spouse, Louise Tevis)
……..3 Frederick William Sharon & Louise Tevis
(Louise (Tevis) Sharon is the 1st spouse of John Witherspoon Owen
Breckinridge)
…………4 Henry William Tevis Sharon (said to have died young)

Gloria
Ghursey2@aol.com

Sharon Estate Company, 74:385, 392
Sharon, Fred, 58:245
Sharon, Mrs. Frederick W., 25:238

OBITUARY — John `Bunny’ Breckinridge

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