Tibunal of the Twelve Monkeys

Last night I discovered on google news that Robert Brevoort Buck is kin to Kyna and Kevin via the Sedgwick family, a connection I refrained from posting in regards to Edith Sedgwick. This gave me the go-ahead to post more of my findings, and dig deeper into my Rosemond Huguenot Nobles, because the Brevoort family may have been looking to receive a Royal Bounty paid out to Noble and Royal Huguenot families, because they never learned a trade. England was full of nobles, and thus there were no openings. This is why my Rosemond ancestor became a renowned translator. Many Royals and Nobles are well read, and often author books.

Last night I watched the first half hour of The Twelve Monkeys. I marveled at how many learned men were at the Sanity Hearing. They looked like Harvard psychology graduates, every one of them a secret admirer of Freud. In real life, all you got to do is go see Ruthy at the_______and after a ten minute chat about almost anything, Ruthy will declare you insane and stuff your bag full of Government Goodies.

“Would you like food stamps – for life?”

“Sure! Throw that in! How about free medical and a bus pass?”

Ruthy and I talked about the coming Eugene Celebration Parade where I was going to dress like Teddy Roosevelt. She was going as Little Bo Peep.

Here is a video of alleged mad people. Shannon Rosamond and I may be the only modern folks to undergo a Sanity Hearing by a group of attorneys – and their lackeys. A book and a movie was employed to stop my GENEALOGICAL QUEST that so many families in the West are going on in order to find THE REAL ME. Million’s of these Searchers believe Ancestry.com has assembled a Panel of Experts who go out of their way to get the best results money can by. The truth, is Ruthy’s second cousin does most of the research. She too weighs 300 pounds. I do have a beautiful woman lurking in the background, that may, or may not be on my side. I speak of my muse!

“Mr. Presco. Do you have any desire to do Tom Snyder bodily harm?”

“Only if dueling is made legal again!”

Tom Snyder told me he and a team of attorneys want to play hardball with me, and, if I don’t want trouble, I better sign that non-disclosure agreement he sent me. Here is one of the rosy names I found today in my family tree. I wonder if Ancestry.com will provide me with a great attorney. We can broadcast the results on T.V.

Jean Baptiste Jos Franc Marie Dieudoné Guffroy de Rosemont

Allow me to make some alterations of this photo. Here I am at the Buck Institute with my team of scholars – who only answer to me!

“Bob, how are you doing with the Boileau connection?”

“Tom! Stop picking your nose and find out what Michael Jackson was going to do with that island he wanted to purchase!”

Jon Presco

Copyright 2017

 

THE ROYAL BOUNTY.
The Royal Bounty for the French Protestant Refugees consisted of moneys raised 
throughout the United Kingdom for distribution among the necessitous exiles. The 
Huguenots were always celebrated for their industry and self-reliance, and many of 
them for inventive genius or skill. And when they took refuge in this and in other 
lands, both masters and journeymen, in their various useful and beautiful manu- 
factures, hastened to secure remunerative employment. Few of this class looked to 
us for more than some casual relief in small donations of money on their arrival ; but 
there were refugees in different circumstances who required permanent aid. These 
were described as "persons of quality, and all such as through age or infirmity are 
unable to support themselves and their families." The persons of quality were noble- 
men and landed proprietors who, having been born to good estates, had never learned 
any profession, and who by flight and forfeiture had lost their ail ; also unsalaried 
pastors whose education and habits unfitted them for secular business, and genteel 
persons brought up to law and physic, and equally unable to find remunerative 
employment. 

The " Bounty," which in the needful substance came r rom the hearts and pockets 
of the people, was called " Royal " because the King's Letter or " Brief" was required 
in order to sanction the appointment of a Collection in the Churches, and the Lord 
Chancellor as the keeper of the king's conscience had to sign the Brief. A Collection 
was make in 1681, or rather in the opening months of 1682 (new style), as I have 
already recorded.

Descendants of Robert Navarre

Generation No. 22.ROBERT8 NAVARRE (ROBERT7, ANTOINE MARIE FRANCIOS6DE NAVARRE, ANTOINE DE NAVARRE DU PLESSIS EN5BOIS, JEAN4DE NAVARRE, MARTIN DE NAVARRE3DE VILLEROY, JEAN2DE NAVARRE, ANTOINE1DE BOURBON, DUC DE VENDOME) was born November 25, 1739 in Detroit, Michigan, and died December 16, 1813 in Detroit, Michigan.He married MARIE LOUISE ARCHANGE DE MARSAC December 13, 1762 in Detroit, Michigan, daughter of FRANCOIS MARSAC and TERESA CAMPEAU.She was born October 26, 1744 in Detroit, Michigan, and died October 10, 1796 in Detroit, Michigan. More About ROBERT NAVARRE: Burial: December 1813, St. Anne Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan More About MARIE LOUISE ARCHANGE DE MARSAC: Burial: October 1796, St. Anne Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan       Children of ROBERT NAVARRE and MARIE DE MARSAC are:

5. i. COL. FRANCOIS9 NAVARRE, b. October 12, 1763, Sandwich, Ontario; d. September 01, 1826, St. Antoine Parish, Territory of Michigan.
6. ii. ROBERT NAVARRE, b. March 04, 1765, South West Coast, Detroit, Michigan.
7. iii. JAMES NAVARRE, b. December 15, 1766, Detroit, Michigan.
iv. ISADORE NAVARRE, b. August 19, 1768, Detroit,Michigan; d. August 20, 1835, St. Antoine Parish, Territory of Michigan; m. MARY FRANCES LABADIE, June 18, 1795, Detroit River Region,Michigan; b. October 29, 1774, Detroit River Region,Michigan; d. November 15, 1836, St. Antoine Parish, Territory of Michigan.
More About ISADORE NAVARRE: Burial: August 1835, St. Mary Cemetery, Monroe, Michigan
More About MARY FRANCES LABADIE: Burial: November 1836, St. Mary Cemetery, Monroe, Michigan
v. MARY ARCHANGE LOUISA NAVARRE, b. July 23, 1770, Detroit River Region,Michigan; d. May 13, 1851, Detroit,Michigan; m. DOMINIC GODET DIT MARENTETTE, October 20, 1788, Sandwich, Ontario, Canada; b. May 16, 1763, Sandwich, Ontario, Canada; d. April 20, 1808, Sandwich, Ontario, Canada.
vi. ANTHONY NAVARRE, b. May 26, 1772, Detroit River Region,Michigan; d. April 17, 1812, Detroit River Region,Michigan.
vii. CHARLOTTE NAVARRE, b. April 10, 1774, Detroit River Region,Michigan; d. March 01, 1852, Grosse Pointe, Michigan; m. CAJETAN TREMBLAY, August 04, 1800, Detroit River Region,Michigan; b. September 11, 1771, Detroit River Region,Michigan; d. March 06, 1852, Grosse Pointe, Michigan.
8. viii. PETER NAVARRE, b. December 03, 1775, Southwest Coast of Detroit; d. April 25, 1808, St. Antoine Parish, Territory of Michigan.
ix. SIMON NAVARRE, b. August 18, 1777, Detroit River Region,Michigan; d. August 20, 1777, Detroit River Region,Michigan.
x. JOHN MARY NAVARRE, b. October 23, 1778, Detroit River Region,Michigan.
xi. MARY ANN NAVARRE, b. September 20, 1780, Detroit River Region,Michigan; d. September 01, 1866, Grosse Pointe, Michigan.
9. xii. MARY CATHERINE NAVARRE, b. September 04, 1782, Detroit River Region, Michigan; d. December 24, 1868, Detroit,Michigan.
xiii. MONICA NAVARRE, b. June 1784, Detroit River Region,Michigan; d. December 17, 1785, Detroit River Region,Michigan.
xiv. PETER NAVARRE II, b. February 08, 1787, Detroit River Region,Michigan.
10. xv. MONICA NAVARRE, b. August 13, 1789, Detroit River Region,Michigan; d. November 01, 1813, Detroit River Region,Michigan.

3.FRANCIS MARY NAVARRE DIT8 UTREAU (ROBERT7NAVARRE, ANTOINE MARIE FRANCIOS6DE NAVARRE, ANTOINE DE NAVARRE DU PLESSIS EN5BOIS, JEAN4DE NAVARRE, MARTIN DE NAVARRE3DE VILLEROY, JEAN2DE NAVARRE, ANTOINE1DE BOURBON, DUC DE VENDOME) was born November 19, 1759 in Detroit River Region, Michigan.He married MARY LOUISA GODET DIT MARTENETTE February 26, 1781 in Detroit River Region, Michigan, daughter of RENE MARTENETTE and CATHERINE CAMPEAU.She was born May 03, 1764 in Vincennes, Indiana.       Children of FRANCIS UTREAU and MARY MARTENETTE are:

i. SUSANNE9 NAVARRE, b. December 08, 1782, Detroit River Area; d. December 09, 1782, Detroit River Area.
ii. FRANCIS XAVIER NAVARRE, b. January 21, 1784.
11. iii. ROBERT NAVARRE, b. September 08, 1785, Southwest Coast of Detroit.
iv. JAMES NAVARRE, b. April 07, 1788.
12. v. PETER NAVARRE, b. March 28, 1790, Detroit River Region,Michigan.
vi. MARY ARHANGE NAVARRE, b. July 13, 1792.
vii. ANTHONY NAVARRE, b. October 24, 1794, Detroit River Area; d. January 09, 1795, Detroit River Area.
viii. ANTHONY NAVARRE, b. April 04, 1796.
ix. MARY LOUISA NAVARRE, b. March 20, 1798.
x. ALEXIS NAVARRE, b. February 14, 1800.
13. xi. GENEVEVA NAVARRE, b. January 23, 1802, River Raisin Territory, Michigan.
xii. ARCHANGE NAVARRE, b. February 04, 1806.

4.JOHN MARY ALEXIS8 NAVARRE (ROBERT7, ANTOINE MARIE FRANCIOS6DE NAVARRE, ANTOINE DE NAVARRE DU PLESSIS EN5BOIS, JEAN4DE NAVARRE, MARTIN DE NAVARRE3DE VILLEROY, JEAN2DE NAVARRE, ANTOINE1DE BOURBON, DUC DE VENDOME) was born September 21, 1763 in Detroit, Michigan, and died May 26, 1836 in St. Antoine Parish, Michigan.

He married ARCHANGE GODET DIT MARENETTE January 22, 1787 in Detroit, Michigan, daughter of RENE GODET and CATHERINE CAMPEAU.  She died August 17, 1834 in St. Antoine Parish, Michigan. More About JOHN MARY ALEXIS NAVARRE: Burial: May 26, 1836, St. Antoine, River Raisin, Territory of Michigan More About ARCHANGE GODET DIT MARENETTE: Burial: August 17, 1834, St. Antoine, River Raisin, Territory of Michigan       Child of JOHN NAVARRE and ARCHANGE MARENETTE is:

14. i. ALEXIS9 NAVARRE, b. May 1791, River Raisin Terrirory, Michigan.

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