I have 180 readers of this blog on the average. Did the folks who made this Lexus commercial read my blog about ‘The Kiss’ where Rena throws me off of her, gets on top of me, and pins my arms and legs so she can deliver her kiss? A man pins Beauty to the wall, but, turns the table, and devours him. A hundred new cars could not hold a candle to Rena.
Chris Wandel had to have me when she came into my studio and saw me at my easel painting a large painting of a seascape with a beautiful woman. She came naked to my bed, threw back the covers, got on top of me, and at twenty, I was no longer a virgin. We were in a field of flowers.
Hence, we talk about how we altered the consciousness of humanity. We have been close for 47 years. She reminds me of how I was, how everyone was in awe of me, how my blue eyes seem to glow as I passed people in the halls of the Victorian. I was very handsome, and when I stepped back to take a drag from cigarette with brush in hand, she had to have me.
When Marilyn beheld me doing bust of Cindy, her rival since the second grade, she had to have me. I was the most beautiful male she had ever seen. She did a clay relief of me in her art class. She was fifteen.
When we (the Harkins brothers and I) beheld Rena after she agreed to put on makeup, our minds were blown. She was a living work of art, the most beautiful woman in the world. We were breathless.
“I warned you!” she said with a other-worldly smile that is now being rendered by a thousand artists who have gotten a glimpse of her hence ‘The Archetype’ of a style that I can not keep up with, and can only say I unleashed her on the world in the lost painting I did of Beauty, that Christine beheld, and became Rosamond.
Christine Rosamond Benton died before I discovered she was kin to Philip Boileau, the son of Susan Benton, who was titled ‘The Painter of Fair Women’. Philip does a painting titled ‘Madonna and Child’. Mary is given the title ‘The Rose of the World’. Great artists have rendered her image. Then came the Pre-Raphaelites who I emulated as a means to spread a Spiritual Lesson because I had become enlightened at McClure’s Beach.
After Rosamond died, Rosemary said;
“You were her John. You prepared the way.”
A thousand authors have published books about Mary Magdalene and the Holy Grail which bid a thousand artists to come hither and break with tradition by suggesting Jesus was a Lover, an enlightened man with glowing eyes whom Mary could not resist, and they became Mother and Father.
Beauty was freed from the celibate church, she no longer plastered up against the wall. Now, she comes for her kiss, to deliver ‘The Kiss’ that awakens humanity from its deep sleep.
I watched a program about Ken Kesey last night. I beheld his Achilles Heal, his great failure as a Trail Blazer. I see his eyes once more as he took me in in front Autzen Stadium in 1987.
“You found her, didn’t you?”
Irene Victoria will be my model for Fair Rosamond Clifford. I am kin to Winston Churchill who founded the Royal College of Defense Studies that Sir Ian Easton headed. The Legend of Fair Rosamond is at the core of Woodstock and Blenheim Palace where Churchill and the Spenser family were raised. To discover the looms in Salem, is profound. The clue of the red-thread leads to the Holy Grail that was destined to serve two Nations, weave them together as one to make one flag – The Flag of the Holy Grail. Will William Windsor and Kate bring a beautiful girl into the world? She will be a Rose of the World, if so.
Here is another thread that ties my kindred to the Royal Family via the Hart Sisters, one who married my great, great, great grandfather, Sir Isaac Hull, the Captain of the U.S.S. Enterprise and Constitution. ‘Hands Across the Universe’. Make it so!
It is time to form a more perfect Cultural Bond between two nations, not based upon greed and deregulation, but based upon the dreams of the Woodstock Nations.
Irene means ‘serene’. Rena is our Peaceful Victory who went overseas to bring home a flame – that she holds high. She is our United Liberty who has lost her husband and daughter, but, not her Dream.
Baron Charles Henri Philip Gauldree De Boilleau was born 1823 in Toulouse, France. He married Susan Taylor Virginia McDowell Benton June 04, 1855 in Washington D.C.. He died in February, 1894. Susan Taylor Virginia McDowell Benton, daughter of Senator Thomas Hart Benton and Elizabeth McDowell , was born 1833 in Cherry Grove, Rockbridge Co., VA. She died March 08, 1874 in Paris, France.
Children of Baron Charles Henri Philip Gauldree De Boilleau and Susan Taylor Virginia McDowell Benton are:
1. Pensee De Boilleau, b. abt. 1856
2. Benton Gauldree De Boilleau, b. in February, 1858
See Benton Gauldree De Boilleau & Marie Bedient De Guion
3. Charles Gauldree De Boilleau, b. abt. 1862
4. Peggy Girl Philip Gauldree Boilleau, b. July 17, 1863
See Peggy Girl Philip Gauldree Boilleau & Emily Gilbert
5. Desiree De Boilleau, b. abt. 1866
6. Hubert Leon McDowell De Boilleau, b. September 19, 1868
7. Mary De Boilleau
8. Pauline De Boilleau
Notes for Baron Charles Henri Philip Gauldree De Boilleau:
Name: Baron Charles Henri Philip Gauldree De Boilleau
Born: 1823 Toulouse, France
Died: in February, 1894
Sources for Baron Charles Henri Philip Gauldree De Boilleau:
1. Tony Rockefeller Genealogist and Historian on the Hightower Family, Date of Import: 30 Mar 2006
Notes for Susan Taylor Virginia McDowell Benton:
Name: Susan Taylor Virginia McDowell Benton
Born: 1833 Cherry Grove, Rockbridge Co., VA
Died: March 08, 1874 Paris, France
HISTORY OF AUGUSTA COUNTY, VIRGINIA.
William E. P. Breckinridge, colonel in the Confederate army, married to a granddaughter of Henry Clay.
Benjamin Gratz Brown, senator in Congress from Missouri, and Democratic candidate for Vice-President on the ticket with Horace Greely, receiving two million, eight hundred and thirty-five thousand votes.
John Mason Brown, a colonel of cavalry in the Mexican war, member of the Virginia Legislature, brigadier-general in the Union army, and a prominent lawyer of Lexington, Kr.
Edward Cabell Carrington was a captain in the Mexican war, member of the Virginia Legislature, brigadier general in the Union army, and United States attorney for the District of Columbia.
William Campbell Preston Carrington, a Confederate officer, who fell in battle at Baker’s creek, near Vicksburg.
Susan Tyalor married John B. Weller, member of Congress from Ohio, senator of the United States from California, Governor of California, and United States minister to Mexico.
Jessie Benton married Maj-Gen. John C. Fremont, Republican candidate for President and Governor of Arizona.
Sarah Benton married Richard T. Jacob, Lieutenant-Governor of Kentucky.
Susan V. Benton married Baron Souldree Boilleau, French minister to Peru.
Sally C. P. McDowell married Francis Thomas, Governor of Maryland.
William Preston Johnston, colonel in the Confederate army, confidential aide to President Jefferson Davis, and professor in Washington College, Virginia.
Randall Lee Gibson, brigadier-general in the Confederate service, now member of Congress from Louisiana.
Hart Gibson, member of the Kentucky Legislature. William Preston Gibson, member of the Louisiana Legislature.
Six brothers of these Gibsons, sons of John Preston’s granddaughter, Louisiana Hart, named respectively Randall Lee, William Preston, Hart, Claude, Tobias and McKinley Gibson, were all distinguished officers in the Confederate army. William Preston and Claude Gibson gave up their lives for the Southern cause.
Mary Massie married John Hampden Pleasants, the well-known Virginia journalist, killed in a duel by Thos. Ritchie—1846.
Ann M. Lewis married the celebrated lawyer, John Howe Peyton. His son, John Lewis Peyton, the well-known author of “The American Crisis,” &c., “Over the Alleghanies and Across the Prairies,” &c., “The Adventures of My Grandfather,” and other popular works, published in England, was accredited Confederate States agent to England and France during the civil war; he married Henrietta, daughter of Col. J. C. Washington, and niece of Gov. William A. Graham, of North Carolina, and has issue a son Lawrence W. H. Peyton. Mr. Peyton’s eldest daughter married the late lamented, Col. John B. Baldwin, M. C., etc.
Three of his great-great-grandchildren, brothers, named Cochran, were officers in the Confederate service.
Montgomery Blair, Postmaster-General in Lincoln’s Cabinet.
James Blair married a daughter of Gen. Thomas Jessup, of the United States army.
Francis P. Blair, Jr., member of Congress and United States senator from Missouri, major-general in the Union army and Democratic candidate
From: “Jimmy Rosamond”
Subject: [OHGUERNS] Rosemond Descendants in Guernsey County OH
Date: Fri, 14 Nov 2008 10:14:56 -0500
I am looking for descendants of Philip Rosemond and Moses Morton Rosemond
who lived in Guernsey County, OH in the mid-1800s. This family descended
from a James Rosemond who lived in County Leitrim, Ireland in the early
1700s. Other members of this same family settled in Lanark, Ontario, Canada.
The southern Rosamond family is also said to be descended from this same
family, as are the Rosamond families in Australia and New Zealand. I am
trying to tie all the branches of the family together. The information on
the family in Guernsey County, OH is shown below. I’d appreciate hearing
from anyone who has any information regarding this family.
The reference for the earlier generations of this family is the booklet “The
History of the Rosemond Family” by Leland Eugene Rosemond, 1939.
Descendants of Moses Morton Rosemond
Generation No. 1
1. MOSES MORTON11 ROSEMOND (PHILIP10, WILLIAM9, JAMES8, UNKNOWN7, JAMES
“JACOB?”6, HANS ULRICH5, HANS4, FRED3, HANS2, ERHART1 DE ROUGEMONT)1,2,3,4
was born Bet. 1843 – 1845 in Guernsey County, Ohio5,6. He married MARTHA E
LIKES7,8 26 Jul 1868 in Guernsey County, OH9. She was born Abt. 1847 in
More About MOSES ROSEMOND and MARTHA LIKES:
Marriage: 26 Jul 1868, Guernsey County, OH9
Children of MOSES ROSEMOND and MARTHA LIKES are:
2.i.ELIZABETH MARY12 ROSEMOND, b. Jun 1869, Guernsey County,
Ohio; d. 1937, Arkansas City, Cowley County, Kansas.
Notes for FRANK ROSEMOND:
Notes for JESSIE ROSEMOND:
iv.MABLE ROSEMOND, m. HOWARD YOUNG.
v.W F ROSEMOND.
Generation No. 2
2. ELIZABETH MARY12 ROSEMOND (MOSES MORTON11, PHILIP10, WILLIAM9, JAMES8,
UNKNOWN7, JAMES “JACOB?”6, HANS ULRICH5, HANS4, FRED3, HANS2, ERHART1 DE
ROUGEMONT)9,10 was born Jun 1869 in Guernsey County, Ohio, and died 1937 in
Arkansas City, Cowley County, Kansas. She married FRANCIS MARION TAYLOR
Abt. 1895, son of PETER TAYLOR and MARGARET PERIGO. He was born Abt. 1860
in California, and died 1946.
More About FRANCIS TAYLOR and ELIZABETH ROSEMOND:
Marriage: Abt. 1895
Children of ELIZABETH ROSEMOND and FRANCIS TAYLOR are:
3.i.FRANCES LYNN13 TAYLOR, b. 28 Dec 1897, Springfield, Sangamon
County, Illinois; d. 20 Nov 1968, Los Angeles County, California.
Generation No. 3
3. FRANCES LYNN13 TAYLOR (ELIZABETH MARY12 ROSEMOND, MOSES MORTON11,
PHILIP10, WILLIAM9, JAMES8, UNKNOWN7, JAMES “JACOB?”6, HANS ULRICH5, HANS4,
FRED3, HANS2, ERHART1 DE ROUGEMONT) was born 28 Dec 1897 in Springfield,
Sangamon County, Illinois, and died 20 Nov 1968 in Los Angeles County,
California. He married SARA VIOLA WARMBRODT 23 Oct 1926, daughter of SAMUEL
WARMBRODT and ELIZABETH WILSON. She was born 21 Aug 1896 in Arkansas City,
Cowley, Kansas, and died 11 Sep 1994 in Palm Springs, Riverside County,
More About FRANCES TAYLOR and SARA WARMBRODT:
Marriage: 23 Oct 1926
Child of FRANCES TAYLOR and SARA WARMBRODT is:
4.i.ELIZABETH ROSEMOND14 TAYLOR, b. 27 Feb 1932, London, London