Calling Pelosi’s Bluff

Congradulations to Nancy Pelosi and Gavin Newson who I asked to helped save my family legacy from outsiders. I will do so again now that I know what transpired. My mother told me Christine had killed herself. I doubte that until a friend told me a fact I overlooked.

I have proven I am related to Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor and we descend from the Rosemondts of Holland. Liz’s grandchildren are Caleb and Andrew Wilding. I am in the Getty Family Tree. My genetics have contributed to the Getty Legacy.

John Presco

Members of Gavin Newsom’s wine, restaurant, bar, resort and real estate partnerships since 1991:

Kevin & Bronwyn Brunner, John Burton, Casey and Michelle Cadwell, Bob and Barbara Callan, Frank Caufield, Donna Chazen, Lawrence Chazen, Joe & Victoria Cotchett, Michael & Hilary Decesare, Philip DeLimur, Don Dianda, Gretchen Dianda, Edward Everett, Richard Freemon, James Fuller, Stanlee Gatti, Robert Gerry, Andrew Getty, Ann Getty, Anna Getty, Chris Getty, Gordon Getty, Mark Getty, Peter Getty, Ronald Getty, Tara Getty, William “Billy” Getty, Robert Goldberg, Florianne Gordon, Stu Gordon, Gordon Goletto, David Goodman, Arthur Groza, Richard & Martha Guggenhime, Tony and Anthony Guilfoyle, Shelly Guyer, James & Shea Halligan, Bob & Jill Hamer, Erin Howard, Thomas Huntington, Isolep Enterprises (Paul and Nancy Pelosi family personal investment company), Peter Jacobi, Gaye Jenkins, Jeffrey Kanbar, Chad Kawai, David Lamonde, John Larson, Rob Lavoie, Leavitt/Weaver interior designers, Marc Leland, Maryon Davies Lewis, Anne McCutcheon, Chris McCutcheon, Ross McGowan, Rich McNally, Robert & Carole McNeil, Paul Mohun, Robert Mohun, Jeff Morin, Sara Moughan, Terry Moughan, Brian Mueth, Bob Naify, Marshall Naify, John Nees, Barbara Newsom, Brennan Newsom, Catherine & David Newsom, Gavin Newsom, Patrick Newsom,
Tessa Newsom, William Newsom, John O’Hara, Jack Owsley, Pacific Design, Matt Pelosi, Robynne Piggott, James Samuel Powers, Elizabeth Rice, Jeremy Scherer, Paul Scherer, Gary Schnitzer, Steve & Theresa Selover, Steve Siino, Trevor Traina, Chris Vietor, Francesca Vietor, Kenneth Weeman, Nicki West, Justin & Aridne Williams, Kevin Williams, Thomas & Kiyoko Woodhouse.

Here’s a fuller look at the Getty family tree as it is known to the public today:

JEAN PAUL GETTY had five children

  • George Getty II had one child
    • Anne Catherine Getty Earhart had one child
      • Sara Earhart
  • Jean Ronald Getty had four children
    • Christopher Ronald Getty had three children
      • Isabel Getty
      • Robert Maximilian Getty
      • Conrad Getty
    • Stephanie Marie Getty-Waibel had three children
      • Marietherese Waibel
      • Robert Maximilian Getty
      • Sigourney Waibel
      • Vanesa Waibel
    • Cecile Karin Margarita Getty
    • Christina Therese Getty
  • John Paul Getty II had five children
    • John Paul Getty III had two children
      • Anna Getty
      • Balthazar Getty had four children
        • Cassius Paul Getty
        • Grace Getty
        • Violet Getty
        • June Catherine Getty
    • Aileen Getty had two children
      • Caleb Wilding
      • Andrew Wilding
    • Mark Getty had three children
      • Alexander Getty
      • Joseph Getty
      • Julius Getty
    • Adriadne Getty had two children
      • Natalia Williams
      • August Williams
    • Adriadne Getty had two children
  • Gordon Getty had seven children
    • Gordon Peter Getty
    • Andrew Rork Getty
    • John Gilbert Getty had one child
      • Ivy Getty
    • William Paul Getty
    • Nicolette Getty
    • Kendalle Getty
    • Alexandra Getty
  • Timothy Ware Getty

William Chapman Ralston was born at Wellsville in Columbiana County in eastern Ohio,[2] Mary Wilcoxen Chapman. He was known as “Chap” when he was young.[3]

With riches derived from Nevada‘s Comstock Lode,[4]:237 he became one of the richest and most powerful men in California. He founded the Bank of California and was known for having a nothing-is-impossible attitude.

He built Ralston Hall in Belmont, California as a summer home. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, it is now part of the campus of Notre Dame de Namur University.[1]

He built the California Theatre on Bush Street in San Francisco, which opened on January 18, 1869.[5]

His dream was the construction of the Palace Hotel in San Francisco, California at the corner of New Montgomery and Market. He spent $5M on its construction, draining his banking empire in the process. John Painter Gaynor was the architect and engineer. It opened on October 2, 1875.[6] The hotel had early elevators or “rising rooms” and electric call buttons in the rooms. The hotel survived the 1906 earthquake, but was destroyed in the fire that followed. It was rebuilt and reopened in 1909.[6] There is still a Ralston Room in the hotel off the main corridor to the left.

Rosamond Press

Today, my Dutch People are voting in order to see if they are going to become more nationalistic, or, remain tolerant of Muslims and other immigrants. The term “melting pot” is employed, however, Jews are not required to blend in. Indeed, all Jew hold a dual citizenship. Israel gets to be extremely nationalistic as the expense of the Palestinians.

Fifteen years ago I wrote Nancy Pelosi and Gavin Newsom a letter, pleading with them to help me get my FAMILY HISTORY back, which includes a huge chunck of Holland’s early history. I include the word “Lesbian” in this letter, because I had come to believe these two Getty Polticians champion the LBGT community, who puts them in office every election.  I also sent a copy to the Right-wing equivalent of the ACLU. I got no response!

What have the Democrats and Republicans been doing for the last twenty years? Obviously…

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