Marion County Health Patriots

 

ALERT! I just heard Washington woman has died in – Oregon? She is the first American death. The President of half the people is going to speak soon.

BREAKING! My first alarm was concern for seniors. This is an update.

(Bloomberg) — Washington State officials are investigating a potential outbreak of coronavirus at a health facility that cares for elderly, vulnerable patients, after two people at the facility were infected.

Two people at a LifeCare nursing facility in Kirkland, Washington, were diagnosed with the virus, health officials there said Saturday. One is a health-care worker in her 40s, and is in satisfactory condition at a local hospital. The other is an female resident of the facility in her 70s, and is in serious condition at the same hospital, local health authorities said.

In addition, more than 50 residents and staff at the facility have shown symptoms of a respiratory illness, according to Jeff Duchin, health officer for public health in Seattle and King County. Tests of the residents are ongoing.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/washington-state-is-investigating-potential-outbreak-at-facility/ar-BB10zl2s?ocid=spartandhp

Marion County was named Francis Marion, a’k.a. The Swamp Fox. My great grandfather and his brother fought with Marion against the British in our War of Independence. The Rosamonds were very concerned about their health, and the health of their related families who lived in South Carolina where folks are voting this day. Let us vote for a healing prayer for all Americans! If you were a general leading an army against your enemy, you would grow concerned if your troops got sick.

John Fremont and his father-in-law encouraged the Scot-Irish of Missouri to come to Oregon. These Appalachian People also dwelt in South Carolina where Marion was their hero. These folks are the real deal!

John Presco

I just discovered a ancestor of the famous artist, Andrew Wyeth, made much of Oregon’s History. I will use his images I our ‘No One Left Behind’ campaign where our Health Patriots hold live pod-casts in schools, hospitals, and senior homes and answer the many questions.

“You will not be neglected and left behind!”

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

The county was originally named the Champooick District, after Champoeg (earlier Champooick[3]), a meeting place on the Willamette River. On September 3, 1849, the territorial legislature renamed it in honor of Francis Marion,[4] a Continental Army general from South Carolina who served in the American Revolutionary War.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marion_County,_Oregon

https://rosamondpress.com/2011/07/04/patriot-samuel-rosamond/

Patriot Samuel Rosamond

Samuel Roseman was a member of the South Carolina Militia and a Scout for Francis Marion the “Swamp Fox” who Mel Gibson’s character was based on in the movie `The Patriot’. Samuel was the brother of my great, great, great grandfather, James Rosamond, who was also in the South Carolina Militia, and more then likely fought alongside his brother and Francis Marion. There may be a chance my grandfather, Frank Wesley Rosamond was named after Francis, as were other Rosamonds“Marion Francis “Frank” ROSAMOND”

Because of this new uncovered history, I find my grandfather’s claim, that his mother, Ida Rose, is the offspring of Sir Issac Hull, a Captain of the U.S.S. Constitution to be very credible. It is alleged
Captain Hull had no children, but, he was a sailor and visited many ports.

“Samuel enlisted in the militia around 1776-77 and served as a Lieutenant under Captain Adam Crain Jones and Colonel Robert Anderson (for whom Anderson County, SC was named.) In 1782 he was appointed Captain and served at the Siege of Ninety-Six and the Battle of Kettle Creek in Wilkes County, GA on Feb. 14, 1779 during the Revolutionary War. This battle enabled the revolutionists to halt the British advance in Georgia after the capture of Savannah. According
to Samuel’s great-grandson James Oliver Rosamond, Samuel served as a scout and spy under the direction of Colonel Francis Mariion, the “Swamp Fox”.

“Samuel and James ROSAMOND both served in the SC militia during the Revolution. Samuel was a lieutenant under Adam Crain Jones and as a captain under Colonel Anderson.”

James Rosamond M. Born ca 1754 in Augusta County, Virginia. James died in Abbeville District, SC bef 10 Jul 1806, he was 52. Occupation: Farmer.

[11]James served in the Revolutionary War in the Ninety-Six District before and after the fall of Charleston. The Siege of Charleston occurrend in 1790 by the British Army led by Sir Henry Clinton. James furnished 150 lbs. of pork to the militia in 1782. He obtained land grants as a result of his service in the war. An abstract of his service in the Revolutionary War is on file at the Historical Commission in South Carolina.

James may have been married to a Dorothy/Norah Hodges (daughter or John Hodges and Elizabeth ?) prior to marrying Mary Daugherty. No one has been able to fine any record of this. Barbara Morgan lists a Lettice Jones as a possibility for James’ first wife. Much depends on when his first wife died, and the date he married Mary.

In the first national census in 1790, James, his brother Samuel, and his mother Sarah were the only Rosamond Heads of Household listed in South Carolina.

Southern Campaign American Revolution Pension Statements
Pension application of John McAdams

State of South Carolina Abbeville District

On this 2nd day of October 1832 personally appeared before me James A. Black a Justice of Quorum in and for the District of Abbeville in the State of South Carolina John McAdams
Esquire a resident of the District of Abbeville and State aforesaid aged 73 years, who being first duly sworn according to law, doth, on his oath, make the following declaration, in order to obtain the benefit of the Act of Congress passed June 7th 1832. That he entered the service of the United States under the following named officers, and served as herein stated.

That he entered the service under cap major Williamson [Andrew Williamson] (afterwards General), the company commanded by Adam C. Jones [Adam Crain Jones] a Capt.,
the first Lieut.’s name was Samuel Roseman 1, that he entered the service about the 15th of November 1775 as a volunteer Militia man and continued to serve until the last of February 1776 when he was discharged, that he resided in Abbeville District South Carolina, when he entered this Service, that they rendezvoused at Ninety Six in the State of South Carolina where they remained for some time then they marched into Laurens District to what was called the Snowy Camp near which place they had a skirmish with a party of Tories at or near Reedy River that they remained at that settlement until their time expired when they were discharged after being
out about 3 months & a half.

That he again volunteered under Capt. Adam C. Jones Samuel Roseman Lieut. and rendezvoused at home’s old field from there they went to Barkers Creek where Major Williamson
was promoted to a Col. who commanded the expedition, that they marched into the Cherokee Nation of Indians up to Keowee River to a place called Sugar Town that they had several
engagements with the enemy’s cut down and destroyed much corn burnt several towns & drove the Indians from the frontier settlements that Andrew Pickens (afterwards General Pickens) acted as a Major in this service, that he resided in Abbeville District when he entered this service and
was out on this occasion about 5 months when he was discharged.

That he again entered the service as a volunteer Militia man under Capt. Adam C. Jones Lieut. Samuel Roseman that they rendezvoused at a place called Cunnings Ford on Hard Labor
Creek in Abbeville District where they joined the General Williamson & out for Florida, that they crossed the Savannah River at Augusta that passed on through Georgia crossed the St. Mary’s and went to St. John’s, that they returned to Midway in the State of Georgia where they were discharged & sent home that he entered this Service on the 8th day of May 1778 and got discharged about the first of November 1778 having been in service about 6 months on this
occasion.

That he aga in volunteered under Col. Pickens Capt. Jones commanding the company with Lieut. Roseman that they set out after a set of Tories under a Col. Boyd, that they crossed

Bobbie G. Moss lists this man as Samuel Rosamond in his SC Roster.

Savannah River at the Cherokee Ford in and overtook them at Kettle Creek and destroyed them that he was out on this occasion about 6 weeks and was discharged.

That he again volunteered under Capt. Adam C. Jones and marched to the High hills of Santee and joined the Gov. Rutledge and Pickens that they were on the way when they heard that Charleston had fell into the hands of the British that he was discharged & came home. He entered the service about the first April 1780 & left it about the first June 1780 being gone about 2 months on this occasion.

That he again entered the service as a volunteer and went with Capt. Jones and joined General Green [sic, Nathanael Greene] at the siege of Ninety Six and stayed with him during the Siege — that he was out in this service about one month.
That immediately after the Siege of Ninety Six he joined Capt. Robert Maxwell’s Company of Rangers war frontier guards and served in that capacity in Laurens District for 10
months watching the safety of the settlements & keeping the Tories in awe this Scout was ordered by General Greene for the safety of the country, that he entered this service in the spring of 1781 and served until the following fall that in addition to all the above service he did do several short tours of service on several emergencies but too short to be noticed here, and that he has no documentary evidence of his service.

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The call for another Crusade is coming from many leaders. Pope Francis uses language that puts a Crusader Sword at the foot of President Barack Obama, as does Ambassador Yousef Al Otaiba United Arab Emerate.

Above is a photo of a black man sitting at a table of European Leaders. Millions of Americans hate our President, and the truth he was born of a white woman who married a black man. Hatred of Interracial Marriage is common amongst neo-Confederates in the Red States.  In this blog I identify racism as the No.1 enemy of America, and the world, now that our President is called upon to take military action against a truly evil enemy.  I am going to publish a small book calling for the formation of the New Knights Templar. I will describe the true enemy of these Knights which will not be difficult. All I need do is compare ISIS to the Confederacy that employed ministers to preach the enslavement of men women and children. When other Americans did not buy the lie that Jesus was pro-slavery, disloyal Americans armed themselves and committed acts of treason and terrorism. If We the People are going to fight terrorists wherever they are found, then it stands to reason anything, or anyone, who resembles ISIS, is OUR enemy.

Patriot, Francis Marion, owned a black slave that was his good friend.  Oscar Marion was honored by President Bush. My kindred fought for Francis in North and South Carolina.  The Rosamond and Witherspoon family named their children after Francis for he was childless.  No children for Oscar has been found. There is a genealogy for slaves with the name Marion that means “Star of the Sea”.

Francis (Frenchman) is considered the Father of Rangers. In the spirit of my Fremont and Benton kindred, who co-founded the Abolitionist Republican Party, I encourage black men and women to Health OOP.

Jon Presco

Copyright 2014

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2014/08/18/pope-francis-isis-and-the-last-crusade.html

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/post-politics/wp/2014/09/05/obama-and-cameron-show-united-front-at-nato/

http://www.voanews.com/content/reu-uae-calls-for-unified-effort-against-militancy-in-region/2438203.html

Francis Marion (c. 1732 – February 27, 1795[1]) was a military officer who served in the American Revolutionary War. Acting with Continental Army and South Carolina militia commissions, he was a persistent adversary of the British in their occupation of South Carolina in 1780 and 1781, even after the Continental Army was driven out of the state in the Battle of Camden.

Due to his irregular methods of warfare, he is considered one of the fathers of modern guerrilla warfare, and is credited in the lineage of the United States Army Rangers. He was known as the Swamp Fox.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Merrill%27s_Marauders

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Army_Rangers

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Francis_Marion

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oscar_Marion

https://rosamondpress.com/2013/09/13/col-lemuel-benton-and-capt-samuel-rosamond/

The bloodline of Hodge and Rosamond families are found at the base of South
Carolina’s history. The Hodge family also fought under Marion, as did the
Witherspoons. We shed our blood for Liberty. Our blood rises from the ground in
South Carolina. Our graves are still being found. A New South has risen. The Old
South is cut off, and withers away.

Oscar Marion was the servant of General Francis Marion (1732–1795), the legendary “Swamp Fox.” In December 2006, Oscar Marion was recognized as an “African American Patriot” in a ceremony at the U.S. Capitol, and a proclamation signed by President George W. Bush expressed the appreciation of a “grateful nation” for Oscar Marion’s “devoted and selfless consecration to the service of our country in the Armed Forces of the United States.”[1]

It is believed that, following custom, Oscar was made to take the last name of his owner, and he was one of perhaps 200 slaves (many with the last name of Marion) who served Francis Marion. But there may have been a close personal connection between the general and his slave, as some accounts of the general comment on the constant companionship and “faithfulness” of his servant Oscar, according to genealogist Tina C. Jones, a descendant of some of Francis Marion’s slaves.

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