Rosamond’s Stolen Autobiography

Here is the core of my study I will be submitting to the Paul Mellon foundation. Jacci made an offer to buy the Rosamond legacy, and might have done so thru her close friend. Stacey Pierrot. “Published: Dec. 31, 2010
THE OWNERS of one of Pacific Grove’s best known inns owe more than $200,000 in back taxes, according to the city, which is in the process of trying to recoup the lost revenue as the inn’s owners make their way through federal bankruptcy court.
According to city officials, the operators of Lighthouse Lodge and Suites, Jacci and Brian Pflieger, owe $231,602 in transient occupancy tax — the 10 percent tax innkeepers in Pacific Grove collect from visitors and are required to pay to the city every quarter, the city’s budget director said.” https://rosamondpress.com/2017/08/04/the-wendlings-of-penkill-castle/

Rosamond Press

The Story of Rosamond

by

Jon Presco

Copyright 2017

“Little minds are tamed and subdued by misfortune; but great minds rise above them.” — Washington Irving

“Henry Brevoort was a patron of literature and arts and became close friends with Washington Irving and Sir Walter Scott. The World said “Himself a writer of no mean skill, Brevoort stood always ready to aid those who found writing, in a day when writing won little material reward, a gateway to financial embarrassment. To him Irving owed much of his fame and happiness.”


 
 
Woodstock, by Sir Walter Scott (1826). ‘Woodstock’ is an English historical novel of the time of Cromwell; the events occurring in the year 1652, immediately after the battle of Worcester. The scene is laid chiefly in the Royal Park and Manor of Woodstock,—“Fair Rosamond’s bower.”

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Renwick_Brevoort

Here is the descendant of Henry, Robert Brevoort Buck, who owned…

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