Maurick Castle


Rise and shine, my dear muse! Another parade awaits thee!

Victoria Bond recruits BAD’s top assassins from this bunch. It is not about killing so much, as it is about traditional family technique. The NRA…. Netherland’s Royal Archers…..will hit any target put before them. No questions asked. They’re hardwired this way. After dispatching the enemy, it’s back to the NRA compound for a beer and an ice cream cone. Look at the crossbow that babe has! William Tell descends from this secret branch of the Habsburg family. Note that their children are lined up near these poles. This is why they never miss – never! And redneck Americans think they are tough. Lara could have hung with this bunch, but, she chose to lie in bed until noon – playing with her hair!

Godeschalk Rosemond was the Meirrij and lived in Maurik castle. I am going to write the Dutch government, and the Royal House of Orange, and lodge a complaint against Lara Roozemont and her family for being rude and inhospitable. Many Americans can trace their ancestry to the Netherlands. There is a language barrier. From what I can see, the history of Holland on the internet – is a shipwreck! It’s like they don’t want you to get started! They have produced Trophy Children who dare not share anything on the internet, lest they be picked apart, examined, and found wanting. Why do I suspect none of the Euro-brats wanted to communicate with me, for they found me………troubling! So friggen what?

Smitten with the idea of being a Hollywood Star, one day, Lara Roozemond, lets someone film her half-naked while grabbing her breasts. Did she get paid to do this? Was it a free-bee in the hope her career is advanced? I believe a woman shot this video. If a man wanted to put Lara half-naked in bed, it would be assumed he wants to put his penis in this model. Of course HE will deny this is true, and thus the sordid game of subtle blackmail – continues!

It would be too much to ask the students of Holland to help Americans with their genealogical research, which means THEY would have to know SOMETHING about THEIR own history. I suspect the reason I am shunned, is because I know more than THEY! Oh, and I am old. Only young men can be tempted to grab Lara Roozmond’s sugar coated breasts. I think Lara is hungover in the video. What is that thing in bed with her?


Lara considered what kind of response she would be to this shoot. This old man tries to get her to talk about her rosy roots – and I am a DIRTY OLD MAN, who saw this video, and got really horny! Yuk! You know how horny old men are!

Lara in red playing the piano is the women I have the hots for. I would have written her five poems – before I even tried to kiss her. I would try to get us caught in the rain, with a gazebo nearby. I would make my move there. Two swans would witness our first kiss – if I were young!

I doubt Lara will be with any young man who would write her one poem. She will grow old. I think she already grew old, along with all the other senile brats she hangs with, that don’t know how to have a dialogue with a woman – because they have nothing to talk about!

Lara, I will pay for your DNA test.

I sound like Joep when I improvise. I lived with Laurie Landis who was a prostitute and nudie dancer in New Orleans, when she was young. We had been drinking, and I told her I can play the piano, pretty good. She called me a liar. So, I called up a nearby church, and the minister said we could come in. About nine, I went into a trance, and played for an hour, accompanied Laurie’s deep sobbing, because, I took her to church and sat her in the front row, and treated her like a beautiful lady.

Before you play the part of a whore, take the time to know what one is. I had a lover in Boston who was doing a paper on prostitution, and got into her role. She decorated her apartment, had red lights, and other props. She asked my permission to have other lovers. I gave it. Did I have a choice? What an erotic lady. In the morning, she would grab her books and rush off to college. Women had true guts, back then!

Jon Prescoâteau_du_Rosemont

Historically the Meierij is the descendant of Taxandria, when that area comes under the rule of the dukes of Brabant in the 12th century. To protect the area from the counts of Gelre, the dukes founded a new ring of cities. Hendrik I of Brabant founded ‘s-Hertogenbosch (ca. 1185), Oisterwijk (1213), Sint Oedenrode and Eindhoven (1232). However, despite these foundings, the Meierij often suffered from conflicts and wars between Brabant and Gelre.

The bailiwick was prosperous in the 15th and first part of the 16th century. In these times many new monumental buildings were built (like the famous gothic style St. Jan’s Cathedral of ‘s-Hertogenbosch), the activities of well-known painter Hieronymus Bosch (also called Jeroen Bosch) and the Latin school of ‘s-Hertogenbosch. In the Eighty Years’ War, times turned bad for the Meierij. The area was literally a battlefield and was heavily plagued by continuous raids. Around 1590 the area was solidly in Spanish hands. Like the southern Dutch states of Flanders and Hainaut, the Duchy Brabant-Limburg had chosen the side of the Catholic monarchs of Spain. The strong catholic Counter-Reformation had had much influence on the population’s mentality and culture; the Bailiwick remained Catholic.

Come to Maurick Castle

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Bling, bling, bling hold your money
Don’t wanna stay with you because you owe me
I wanna stay with you because you own me
Hold my hand, hold my hand my baby boy. (X2)
Come tonight by my side
Boy I wanna blow your mind
You can kiss me and touch me
And now I know That you can control me.
In your eyes I see the light How can I make you realise
We can be together You can love me forever
I’ll never be your girl tonight.
Refren Bling, bling, bling hold your money
Don’t wanna stay with you because you owe me
I wanna stay with you because you own me
Hold my hand, hold my hand my baby boy. (X2)

This is a calling. I bid all my enemies and members of my family to end their fight with me and come to Maurick Castle – figuratively speaking! Here is the history associated with this castle.

Here is the Rosemondt cote of arms. The Duke of the Woods is the Dukes of Brabant who are close kin of Godfrey de Bouillon a Grand Master of the Knight Templars.


In 1430 my ancestor, Godschalk Roesmond, came to live in Maurick Castle. The
most prominent citizens of ‘s-Hertogenbosch lived here. How and why they came to
own this castle has caused confusion amongst historians.. I suspect only the
mayors of ‘s-Hertogenbosch lived here, and thus this castle was a Mayor’s
Palace. The other requirement was that they were members of Swan Brethen. I
suspect Godschalk Rosemondt was the mayor of ‘s-Hertogenbosch and a high-ranking
member of the Lieve-Vrouwe-broederschap. Mairick Castle would have been an ideal
place for raising swans that were served up to the brethren who worshiped `Our
Sweet Lady’ that we see being carried in procession to Saint Janskerk church.
Ghisburt Roesmont was the Church Master of Janskerk that was designed by Jan
Heyns, who appears to have been a Master Mason. Jan Heyns also remodeled Maurick
castle that was owned by members of the Heym family who were Zwanenbroeders.

Another Godeschalc Roesmont was a weaver who worked in Louvain’s Guildhall in
1392, that later became Louvain University. Rosemondt was the executor of Pope
Adriaan VI’s will. Roesmont founded the Pope’s College in Adrian’s home and
opened it to the sons of poor families so that the humble may produce leaders of
the Catholic church that was prone to sell its offices to wealthy and powerful
men. For this reason I suspect Adrian may have been the true father of the
Reformation, he later authoring a Anti-Reformation to counter Luther’s radical
Members of my Rosamond family in England own correspondence between Erasmus and
Godeschalc Rosamond.who was sympathetic to this Humanist and Renesiance Man.
Both men may have known Hieronymus Bosch who was also a member of the the
`Illustrious Brotherhood of Our Blessed Lady’ (Illustre Lieve Vrouwe
Broederschap). I am looking at the possibility Adrian and Rosemont are the two
figures that used to be in the foreground of Bosch’s `The Wedding Feast at
Cana’. They survive in a Bosch drawing at the Louvre. The work we see is a copy.
I suspect the origianl painting was destroyed by Catholics who may have seen
Adrian as a member of the Reformation. The Rosemonts fought allongside William
of Orange a Zwanebroeder, and fled to England as Huguenots.

In the procession of Our Lady to Janskerk, and in Maurick Castle, we see members
of the Saint George Guild who were founded in 1359 as a miltita of crossbow
archers. Here again is a Rouge Knight on horseback guarding our Sweet Crimson
Lady who some believe is Mary Magdalene.

Jon Presco

Copyright 2008

Coming Saint-Andre

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The Coming Saint-Andre was a branch of the Teutonic Order within the city of Liège .

Founded in 1254 , it also included the parishes of Saint-Andre and Saint Gangulphus, as well as the Mostadr Hospital and the Beguinage Hors-Chateau.

The Commander of the Coming of the Ballei Alden Biesen was always a priest of the Order, who was called Grootpastor and was a member of the Balleikapitels. He was also the spiritual director of the Balleipriester, as well as pastors of the parishes of St. Andrew and St. Gangulphus.

The parish of Saint-Andre was one of the largest parishes in the city and counted 2250 Catholics in 22 streets in the mid-17th century. Much smaller, however, was the parish of St. Gangulphus, which came barely over 100 Catholics and was always cared for by a sub-pastor.

The Kommende was a representative building and brought with their goods annually to the 1000 guilders. It was secularized in 1794 .

Commander of Saint-Andre [ edit | Edit ]

  • Clarenbaldus de Vile
  • Willem van Brustrem (mentioned 1290-after 1300)
  • Thomas van Aken (1320-1330)
  • Robertus de Waremme (mentioned 1335)
  • Thomas van Aken (mentioned 1344, 1345, 1352)
  • Henricus van Limborch (mentioned 1363-after 1368)
  • Godshalk van Aken (1370-1381)
  • Alexander van Esden (1387-1418)
  • Henricus Loemans (1418-?)
  • Lambert Lamboy (1423-1427)
  • Willem van Rosmeer (1427-1434)
  • Nicolaas Dessener (1434-1468)
  • Nicolaas Goerts (1468-1471)
  • Johannes Hoen (first mentioned in 1481 – 1494)
  • Johannes Kemp (1494-1496)
  • Claes Azinary’s (1496-1538)
  • Claes van Mervell
  • Lambert Wammis (1553-1570)
  • Michael van den Cruys (1570-1590)
  • Henricus Haling (1590-1628)
  • Henricus de Bije (1628)
  • Franciscus Rudolphi (1629-1646)
  • Herman Fabritius (1646-1661)
  • Georgius Moertbiers (1662-1677)
  • Johan Jacob Frissen (1677-1702)
  • Paul Willem van Vuecht (1702-1717)
  • Peter Adam Nicolaas Daemen (1717-1720)
  • Johan Coolen (1720-1726)
  • Willem Frans Cox (1726-1753)
  • Peter Frans Theunissen (17553-1762)
  • Robert Laurent Christophe Lintermans (1763-1803)
See also

Renaissance Castle

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Ghisburtus van Roesmont was a Dutch nobleman of some importance. His mother was jonkvrouw Adriana Theodorici Rover, the daughter of Dirk Edmondszn Roover. The Roover family appears to descend from one of the Radbot rulers of Holland who was given the name Roover, or Rover due to conquest of the Netherlands. Arnoldus Rosemont also descends to Radbot,  who was employed by the Franks to fight the Normans, the Vikings, who were called Rovers. The elder Radbot was allied with the Franks to fight the Viking, many who carried a banner with the image of a wolf. Was their  marriage with a Merovingian princess, and thus a marriage union to carry on this line?

The Rosemonts are mentioned in the genealogical book, Taxandria, an extinct province that was replaced by ‘s-Hertogenbosch that had no rulers, or Papal interference, which is rare. The Swan Brethren appear to have owned Saint John’s Church, and ran its affairs as a guild.

Ghisburtus Rosemont was the church warden of Saint John, and later sat in the ships chair. The chances her knew the Renaissance Artist, Hieronymus Bosch, and his father, is very high for his job to was to hire artists and craftsman.


1185: Duke Hendrik I van Brabant grants a charter to the settlement that was created on the high sandy areas where the rivers Aa and  Dommel meet. The city was founded to protect the Dukedom of Brabant against invasions from neighbouring Holland and Gelderland. It will grow to become the fourth city within the Dukedom of Brabant.
1220: Outside the city walls of ’s-Hertogenbosch, a Romanesque church is built, dedicated to the evangelist St. John.
In 1380 work is begun on St. John’s transforming it from a Romanesque church to a Gothic edifice. It’s finally completed in 1530. When the pope declares ’s-Hertogenbosch an official diocese, St. John’s officially becomes a cathedral.

1318: The Illustrious Brotherhood of Our Blessed Lady is founded. It’s also known as Zwanenbroederschap (Swan’s Fraternity) due to the extravagant birds it served at its banquets.

The society that was initially founded in honour of the Virgin Mary had its own chapel in St. John’s Cathedral. Over the centuries, the brotherhood had a large number of influential members, including William of Orange, the painter Jeroen Bosch and Queen Beatrice.

1442: On 26 November a guesthouse for the mentally ill is founded with money from the estate of Reinier van Arkel. Located on the Hinthamerstraat, it still serves its original function and is now the oldest psychiatric hospital in the Netherlands.
1450: Hieronymus van Aken is born into a family of painters and later calls himself Hieronymus Bosch. He lives by the market where he produces such world-famous works as The Garden of Earthly Delight and The Last Judgement. He dies in 1516.
1481: Maximillian of Habsburg calls together the fourteenth chapter, or meeting, of the Order of the Golden Fleece in ‘s-Hertogenbosch. This extremely exclusive order was founded in 1430 in honour of the knighthood and for the protection of the faith. During this meeting, Maximillian’s son, Philip the Handsome, is knighted.
1566: On 22 August and 10 October there are iconoclastic riots in ’s-Hertogenbosch, which are part of a massive unrest known as the Beeldenstorm. Monasteries and chapels are attacked and the interior of St. John’s Cathedral is badly damaged. The Catholic government in Brussels finally restores order in their Counter Reformation and many reformers and protestants leave the city.
1579: On 1 July, fighting breaks out between supporters and opponents of the Union of Utrecht in ’s-Hertogenbosch, which initially supported independence from Spain. 40 people are killed and 120 injured. A day later upon hearing that the Spanish General Parma has conquered Maastricht and is heading to ’s-Hertogenbosch, Calvinists flee the city.
1629: The city and its fortress, which for many years had been considered unassailable, surrenders to the army of Frederick Henry, Prince of Orange. The Catholic faith is banned and male Catholic clergymen are forced to leave the city. Many artworks, including paintings by Bosch, disappear from the city.
1794: After three weeks of siege, the military governor of the city surrenders to French troops led by Pichegru. The living conditions of Catholics is much improved as a result and they’re once again allowed to be a part of the city council.
1874: The city’s official status as a fortified city is revoked as modern munitions have made the fortifications obsolete. However, unlike most other fortified cities in the Netherlands, ’s-Hertogenbosch’s city walls are not torn down due to their secondary function as dams. They become a symbol of the city.
1881:  On 17 December, the painter Jan Sluijters is born. Together with Piet Mondriaan and Kees van Dongen, he becomes one of the Netherlands’ most innovative painters. During the world exhibition in Paris in 1937 he wins the prestigious Grand Prix.
1944: ’s-Hertogenbosch is liberated on 27 October by soldiers of the 53rd Welsh Division. In fierce fighting, 144 British soldiers are killed, 75 are reported missing and 270 are injured.
2005: ’s-Hertogenbosch is declared Fortified City of Europe 2005, thanks to the great efforts the city undertook to restore its fortifications.
2010: ’s-Hertogenbosch is declared the City of the Palate and organises several events relating to food and drink.

Rosemondt: A Humanist Renaissance Family

In 145o the Roesmonts came to own Wolfhouse, an ancient estate in Holland. Is
this the source of the wolf coat of arms seen in the Rebleuten guild, and in the
captain seals in Bosch? Did members of the Roesmont family found a guild at
Wolfhouse? The wolf name is found in two generation of Roesmonts. Rudolph
Godsclack Roesmont Son of : Godscalck Roesmont, Children ;1: Godschalck Roelofs
Roesmont. 2: Hadewich Rodolphus RoesmontErhart de Rougemont bought in 1495 “the
house called Rebleuten-Zunft in Basle in the Freistrasse. This is is the house
of guild in Switzerland whose symbol is the wolf holding a special knife to
harvest grapes. Weavers were once co-members of this guild.

The Miracle Statue of the brotherhood

The brotherhood was founded in 1318, by one Gerardus van Uden, though it is
possible that it existed before and that its existence was only formalised in
1318. Originally, membership was reserved for priests and monks, but it soon
opened its doors and allowed women and laymen. The sacred home of the
brotherhood was its side chapel on the north side of the St John’s Cathedral and
Bosch had various commissions for this chapel. It was also the location of the
so-called “Mirakelbeeld”, the Miracle Statue, a statue of the Virgin Mary that
was found in 1380, allegedly in a corner of the cathedral. Art historians
believe the figure was carved between 1280 and 1320, roughly contemporary with
the foundation of the order that would embrace and promote the statue’s worship.
Some have argued the statue was not found, but “made public” by the order, so
that what was once private worship, would attract interest from the general
public. If so, they succeeded.

When Bosch was buried in August 1516, the ceremony was carried out with the
usual regards due to members of the order. What made him become a member of the
order? Some might argue it was his marriage, but his grandfather, Jan Van Aken,
had also entered the order in 1430. He is not only listed as a member, but it
also employed him as a restorer and painter. Jeroen’s first entry on the
membership list is in 1486, as a “buitenlid”, an “outer member”, to become a
sworn brother in 1488.

Shortly afterwards, he was the guest of honour on the so-called swan meal, in
which a swan was offered – and apparently eaten. Custom required members to be
tonsured, which Bosch did, and he took to wearing the curious homespun garments,
a derivative of the costume worn by ecclesiastics. The brotherhood was also
known to perform mystery plays and other theatrical productions and it is known
that Bosch played an active role in stage performances and religious ceremonies.
Hence, the grotesque faces that are so prominent in some of his paintings, are
sometimes said to be inspired by the masks the actors used in these stage

“In 1724, my ancestor John ROSAMOND and his friend William Ray were arrested in
Abingdon, Berkshire, England for stealing a hat, periwig, 30 pounds British
sterling, five pairs of shoes, and a brown gelding. They were held in the gaol
in Reading, Berkshire, after their trial where they were sentenced to be exiled
to the colonies for 14 years hard labor. By March 1725, they were transported to
Newgate Prison and held there until they boarded the convict ship “Forward”
owned by Jonathan Forward, and captained by Daniel Russell. The ship set sail on
28 September 1725 from London via the Thames River. The ship arrived disembarked
at Annapolis, Maryland on 8 December 1725. We don’t know who bought his
indenture, but he is recorded as being in CPT Beall’s militia of Prince George
Co, Maryland between 1734-1737. By 1747-1765 we find John ROSAMOND living in
Augusta Co, Virginia and listed as a master shoemaker, owned land, paid tithes,
served in the militia, etc. His wife Sarah Wilson, a daughter of Thomas and
Elizabeth Wilson, arrived with her mother, brothers:”·

Name: John ROSAMOND “The Highwayman”· Surname: Rosamond· Given Name: John·
Suffix: “The Highwayman”· Sex: M· Birth: ABT. 1710 in County Leitrim, Ireland
(?)· Death: BEF. 1790 in SC· _UID:

Immigration: 1725 Annapolis, MD· Occupation: Farmer, shoemaker· Change Date: 3
Apr 2006 at 01:00:00Father: James “Jacob?” ROSEMOND b: 1 Jan 1654 in Basle,
Switzerland Mother: Ann D’ORRMarriage 1 Sarah WILSON b: ABT. 1726 in County
Antrim, IrelandMarried: ABT. 1740 in Augusta County, VirginiaChildrenJean
ROSAMOND b: ABT. 1743 in Augusta Co., VAMargaret ROSAMOND b: ABT. 1745 in
Augusta Co.,VA Samuel Null ROSAMOND b: ABT. 1751 in Augusta Co., VA James
ROSAMOND b: ABT. 1754 in Augusta Co., VA Sarah F. ROSAMOND b: ABT. 1760 in
Augusta County, Virginia

LTC H. Perry Rosamond USA (Ret)
GreerLTC Herbert Perry Rosamond USA (Ret), of 221 Saratoga Drive, died July 25,
2009.A native of Alabama, son of the late James Edgar Rosamond, Sr. and Clara
Inez Crockett Rosamond, he was a retired LTC from the U.S. Army after
twenty-nine years of service and was a highly decorated Veteran where he served
in the Vietnam and the Korean Wars. The medals he earned were the National
Defense Service Medal, Vietnam Service Medal, Air Medal (1st-5th Award) Army
Commendation Medal (3rd OLC) Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal, Meritorious
Service Medal, Armed Forces Reserve Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal,
Bronze Star, Vietnam Cross of Gallantry w/PALM, Combat Infantry Badge, and Good
Conduct Medal. LTC Rosamond was a member of Brushy Creek Baptist Church.
After retiring from the US Army he worked for the Greenville County Sheriff
Department as a dispatcher and also worked for American Security at the
Greenville Hospital System.Surviving are his wife, Jean Edwards Rosamond of the
home; two daughters, Patrice R. Davis and Jami A. Rosamond both of Greenville; a
brother, James E. Rosamond, Jr. of Taylorsville, N.C. and his two sons, Eddie
and Jeremy Rosamond; four grandchildren, Telly S. McCracken, Shane A. Mahon,
Janna P. Frasher and James (Jeep) Perry Mahon and one great-granddaughter,
Madison Paige Frasher.Funeral services will be held 2 p.m. Tuesday at Woodlawn
Memorial Park Chapel of Remembrance conducted by Dr. Ralph Carter with full
military honors.
Entombment will follow in Woodlawn Memorial Park Mausoleum.Visitation will be
held after the service at Woodlawn Memorial Park Chapel of Remembrance.The
family is at the home. Memorials may be made to Brushy Creek Baptist Church,
4999 Old Spartanburg Road, Taylors, SC 29687.

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