I am going to ask the Duke and Duchess of Sussex if they would like to be reprentatives of ‘The Judges of the Fig Tree’.
Here is an article that is related to this post. Margarita de Castro e Souza is a close kin of Francis Salvador who fought the British in America’s War of Independence, as considered the Father of Reform Judaism.
The historical significance of Markle’s entrance into the House of Windsor is clear, especially because as DeNeen L. Brown of the Washington Post pointed out earlier this week, it opens up the question: is Markle the first biracial woman to marry into the British royal family?
As Brown explains, the answer is complicated. In an interview with African diaspora historian Mario De Valdes y Cocom, the scholar tells Brown that her research points not to Markle but rather the late 18th-century royal Queen Sophia Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz as being England’s first biracial queen.
The commander of Fort Orange was Abraham Raven. He is a relative of Nassau
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