Rosamond Battles Cornwallis

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Samuel Rosamond fought the forces of Lt. Gen. Charles Lord Cornwallis who believed Ninety-Six would be crucial to control of the backcountry once the British Army moved northward out of South Carolina.

I have been called a “parasite” for lounging about at my computer recovering lost family history all day. Surely I am redeemable – even though I am defending the President of the United States from political Liars and Traitors For Jesus, a pack of nobodies who borrow my history so they will be noticed – for doing nothing but lie all day!

Above is the marker for the Battle of Kettle Creek against those loyal to Cornwallis and his king – whose kinsfolk were devout Christians who fought as Protestants the Papal army at White Mountain – and lost! This caused the Huguenots to flee to all parts of the world. Surely Jesus was on the side of…

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