Ember Rosamond Dew

A phoenix depicted in a book of legendary creatures by FJ Bertuch

 

Today is Easter Sunday. Yesterday, on Good Saturday, I became the grandfather of a baby girl, Ember Lea Dew. Welcome to ‘The World’ Ember ‘Rose of the World’. Here is a genealogy that connects the name Rosamond Clifford Tomkyns Dew to “the blood royal”. I suggest Robert (Bobby) Dew get his DNA tested.

https://tinyurl.com/v6jhu7g

“Yet man is born to trouble
    as surely as sparks fly upward.”

My sermon is aimed at a man I never met, and do not know. Yet he has loved my daughter and grandson for several years, and, is the father of my granddaughter, Ember. From afar I eavesdropped on the plight of of Bobby Dew who fled from the terrible fires in California. Heather had a miscarriage, but was not giving up. In a tent looking out at a meadow, Ember was conceived. She was named after a flying spark of fire, a ember.

Woe is this man who would do anything for his woman. I was reminded of Job, especially when my daughter attempted to put a positive light on why Ember was born in a raging pandemic that is taking thousands of lives.  Yes, she is a Aries, a fire sign. My daughter misuses the word “presence” as a element of time. May I suggest the presence of the Phoenix Bird?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phoenix_(mythology)

In doing the family genealogy I will name my granddaughter, Ember Rosamond Dew, and, name my daughter Heather, Rose Marie Presco, because she was born on my mother’s birthday. There is a lack of marriage certificates. Heather’s grandmother was born. Rosemary Rita Rosamond. Her mother was, Mary Magdalene Wieneke-Rosamond.

There are two Marys anointing Jesus in his tomb on Good Saturday. Dolly Rosamond I buried in the same grave as her mother, Ida Rosamond, the mother and sister of my grandfather Royal Rosamond. Dolly was a year old. I suspect she and her mother died of influenza.  Four members of the Wienke family were members of the Order of Saint Francis who treated children stricken with polio. I see a branch of this order working with victims of the coronavirus. I believe Ember Rosamond Dew being a famous healer. I see a bond between my grandson, Tyler Hunt, and his sister, that will amaze all.

John Presco

https://rosamondpress.com/2015/09/13/job-5-in-kesey-mural/

https://rosamondpress.com/2020/04/12/the-healing-saturday/

Job 5 in Kesey Mural

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Why did the artist who designed the Kesey mural put these Biblical words where the signature of the artist traditionally go?

Yet man is born to trouble
    as surely as sparks fly upward.

This passage is followed by this one;

But if I were you, I would appeal to God;
I would lay my cause before him.

In Ancient Greek folklore, a phoenix (/ˈfnɪks/; Ancient Greek: φοῖνιξ, phoînix) is a long-lived bird that cyclically regenerates or is otherwise born again. Associated with the sun, a phoenix obtains new life by arising from the ashes of its predecessor. Some legends say it dies in a show of flames and combustion, others that it simply dies and decomposes before being born again.[1] Most accounts say that it lived for 500 years before rebirth.[2] Herodotus, Lucan, Pliny the Elder, Pope Clement I, Lactantius, Ovid, and Isidore of Seville are among those who have contributed to the retelling and transmission of the phoenix motif. The phoenix symbolized renewal in general, as well as entities and concepts such as the Sun, time, the Roman Empire, Christ, Mary, and virginity.[3]

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

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phoenix_(mythology)

https://alchetron.com/Clifford-Castle

Whitney Clifford and Dew

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Each Gospel account is very similar in the account of what occurred between the death of Christ and His resurrection. Matthew 27, Mark 15, Luke 23, and John 19 each share in describing that a man by the name of Joseph made provisions for Jesus’s body to be laid in a new tomb and Mary Magdalene and the other Mary intended to assist in preparing the body with spices and oils. The women ran out of time before it was officially the Sabbath, so the anointing of the body would have to wait until Sunday morning.  One would imagine that the hours between arriving at the tomb must have been filled with tears of sorrow, yet glimmers of hope that indeed He would do as He said on Sunday. 

Job 5 in Kesey Mural

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Why did the artist who designed the Kesey mural put these Biblical words where the signature of the artist traditionally go?

Yet man is born to trouble
    as surely as sparks fly upward.

This passage is followed by this one;

 But if I were you, I would appeal to God;
    I would lay my cause before him.

Rosamond Clifford Dew

What are the odd that I would find the name Rosamond in the genealogy of Robert Dew who is the father of my unborn granddaughter that I wanted to be named after My mother, Rosemary Rosamond, and aunt, Lillian Rosamond. This is pure prophecy! What more could a father-writer ask for! I m positive the Dews did not know they were kin to royalty.

John Presco

Copyright 2019

Dew-Hatfield Benham-O’Sullivan Tree
Public Member Tree
5 attached records, 5 sources

Rosamond Clifford Tomkyns Dew
Birth:  dd mm 1887 – city, London, England
Death:  date – Shropshire, England

F: Tomkyns Dew
M: Ada Isab

Tomkyns Dew

M, #648334
Last Edited=14 Oct 2018
     Tomkyns Dew is the son of Tomkyns Dew and Anne Styleman. He married Margaret Beatrice Napleton, daughter of Reverend Timothy Napleton and Decima Green.

https://genealogy.links.org/links-cgi/readged?/home/ben/camilla-genealogy/current+!0:131451+2-2-0-1-0

https://gw.geneanet.org/frebault?lang=en&n=dew&oc=0&p=tomkyns

http://www.thepeerage.com/p64834.htm#i648334

Scope and Content

A collection of 571 items relating mainly to the manors and parishes of Whitney and Clifford in northwest Herefordshire. It comprises deeds and documents concerning lands in Stow, Millhalf and Whitney, 1333-1852; records of the court leet and court baron of the manor of Whitney, including presentments, suit rolls, surveys and valuations, maps and plans, 1676-1874; deeds and documents concerning lands in Castleton and Clifford (alias Llanfair-ar-y-bryn), 1339-1855; records of the manor of Clifford, including bailiffs’ accounts, presentments, rent rolls, surveys, valuations, maps and plans, 1381-1889; deeds relating to lands and properties in the parishes of Winforton and Brilley, 1594-1866; wills, letters and administration, etc., relative to members of the Whitney, Wardour and Dew families, lords of the manors of Whitney and Clifford, 1567-1828; miscellaneous accounts, vouchers etc., 1776-1846 and correspondence, including letters addressed to Tomkyns Dew (II), 1724-1889. The collection also includes a few deeds concerning properties in Ireland (Galway), Hertfordshire (Sarratt), Middlesex and London 1722-1802

Administrative / Biographical History

The manor of Whitney is stated to have been obtained by one Thurstin the Fleming, a companion of the Conqueror, who married Agnes, only child of Alured de Merleburgh, and their son, Eustace, assumed the name de Whitney from this manor. His descendant, Sir Eustace de Whitney, who was M.P. for Herefordshire in 1312-1313, figures as party to the first deed in the collection, dated 1333. It was his grandson, Sir Robert de Whitney who in 1402 received a grant of the castles and lordships of Clifford and Glasbury from Henry IV. They were in consideration of the services of his father, the first Sir Robert, who was killed at the battle of Pilleth in 1401 while opposing the forces of Glyn Dwr.

Both manors, together with other lands in the parishes of Winforton and Brilley remained in the possession of the Whitney family until 1692-1693, when William Wardour, of Lincoln’s Inn and Westminster, Clerk of the Pells in Chancery, acquired by purchase the four equal shares in the estate. Previously these shares had gone to the two sisters of Thomas Whitney, son of Sir Robert Whitney (d.1653), following his death without issue. They were, Lucy, wife of Robert Price of Bwlch y beudy, co. Denbigh; Susannah, widow of Henry Williams of Cabalva; Ann, widow of Thomas Rodd of Foxley; and Eleanor, widow of Dr Nathaniel Wright. William Wardour died in 1699 leaving his estate to his eldest son, Col. William Wardour, who died unmarried in 1746, and left it to his only brother, Tomkyns Wardour. In 1767, by the will of Tomkyn’s widow, the Whitney and Wardour property came to her sister, Mary Bourne of St. George’s Hanover Square, Middlesex. She in turn left it to Tomkyns Dew of Lincoln’s Inn, the first of three of that name who feature in the collection as lords of the manor of Whitney from 1780 to the close of the nineteenth century.

Family Links
Spouses/Children:
Agnes de Merleberge

Turstin “the Fleming” Fitz Rolf

  • Born: Flanders
  • Marriage: Agnes de Merleberge 1042

bullet   Another name for Turstin is Turstin de Wigmore.

bullet  Information about this person:

• Background Information: A Book of the Wye .
Whitney is the modern form of Witenei or Witenau, which in Saxon meant “a clear water stream with boggy islands.” In the Domesday Survey, it is entered as Terra Regis: “the Kind holds Witenei in Elseduna hundred. Alunard was its owner in the time of King Edward, a freeman, able to travel where he pleased.”

The Whitney’s of Middle Age England trace their descent from Thurstin “the Fleming,” a companion of Duke William, who got the Wigmore district after the Conquest and married Agnes, only child of Alured de Merleburgh, who settled Pencomb on her. Thurstin also got Whitney, and their son took the name de Whitney.

• Background Information. 1042
Turstin “the Fleming,” otherwise known as Turstin de Wigmore, probably aslo as Turstin, son of Rolf, and Turstin “the White,” was a follower of William the Conqueror. he was mentioned in the Domesday book as an extensive land holder in Herefordshire and the Marches of Wales. He married Agnes, daughter of Alured de Merleberga of Ewias Castle, in the Marches of Wales.

https://rosamondpress.com/2019/06/17/spiritual-work-with-saint-francis/

https://rosamondpress.com/2011/09/29/saint-francis-and-the-perfect-master/

https://rosamondpress.com/2013/03/14/bonds-with-angels-of-saint-francis/

https://rosamondpress.com/2017/12/14/meher-baba-giovanni-francis-of-assisi/

https://rosamondpress.com/2017/02/08/the-franiscan-family-of-mary-magdalene-rosamond/

Happy Easter – Tyler Hunt

My grandson, Tyler Hunt, will be seven years of age this month. He is a born artist. You can see this by the way he looks down at his paints, and laughs when he puts them on the paper.

https://rosamondpress.com/2019/09/29/the-rightful-heritage-of-tyler-hunt/

https://rosamondpress.com/2017/12/25/a-english-rose-born-to-america/

https://rosamondpress.com/2019/10/31/rosamond-clifford-dew/

The Hidden Rose Seed

 

Over a year ago I was sent information on the unmarked burial ground of my great grandmother, Ida Rose. Her child, Dollie Rosamond, was buried with her mother. I assume they died in childbirth. Dollie is Royal Rosamond’s sister. What a loss for a young boy about nine. Ida married William Thomas Rosamond on February 16, 1888. Here lie a Hidden Rose.

The woman in charge of the graves went out and put a stick in the ground where the Rose mother and daughter were buried. I was reminded of a spliced rose. My kindred were too poor to purchase a marker.

Everything points to me being the Hidden Seed. I will go by the name JOHN ROSE. Ida’s father is John Wesley Rose who died in 1910, and is buried in the same cemetery. Edward Rose is Ida’s grandfather.

Sir Lewis Clifford, Kt. is William Thomas Rosamond’s 13th great uncle’s great grandfather.

John Rose

https://www.ancestry.com/genealogy/records/edward-haney-rose_131956025

Relatives of Edward Haney Rose

Parents

Allen Rose

1770 – 1846

Elizabeth Haney

1775 – 1856

Spouse(s)

Marriage Martha Westbrook
Clark St Marriage

Children

J Wesley

1834 – Unknown

Bertha J
Marcus Clark Rose

1829 – 1876

J Wesley Rose

1834 – Unknown

Harriet Rose
Albert Rose

Jan Hus (1369-1415) prophesised many years before the birth of the Moravian Movement that the message of spiritual reform would be a ‘hidden seed’ that would fall into the ground and die, and then sprout again to bear much fruit. He was burned at the stake as a heretic for speaking out against the practices of the Roman Catholic Church.

http://divinityarchive.com/bitstream/handle/11258/8323/hiddenseedharves00davi.pdf?sequence=1

‘Fair Rosamund’

 

Rosamund’s early death was seen as a just punishment for her lascivious lifestyle. Rosamund ended her relationship with Henry in 1175/6 and withdrew to Godstow Abbey. It seems likely that she was already ill when she entered the priory and she died in 1176. Henry paid for a lavish tomb within the convent church, at which the nuns left floral tributes on a daily basis. In the years following Rosamund’s death, Henry endowed the convent with 2 churches at Wycombe and Bloxham, new buildings and substantial amounts of building materials. Rosamund’s father, Walter, granted the abbey mills and a meadow, for the souls of his wife and daughter.

Unfortunately, however, Rosamund was not allowed to rest in peace. In 1190 when  the saintly Bishop Hugh of Lincoln visited Godstow he was horrified that Rosamund’s tomb had a place of honour within the church and ordered her remains to be removed. The tomb was resited in the nun’s chapter house, with an accompanying inscription admonishing her lifestyle:

This tomb doth here enclose the world’s most beauteous Rose,

Rose passing sweet erewhile, now nought but odour vile.²

Sir Lewis Clifford, Kt. MP

Gender: Male
Birth: circa 1359
Bobbing, Kent, England, UK
Death: December 05, 1404 (41-49)
Bobbing, Kent, England, UK
Immediate Family: Son of Roger de Clifford, 5th Lord Clifford and Maud de Beauchamp
Husband of Eleanor de la Warre
Father of Lewis De Clifford; Elizabeth Vache; Richard De Clifford; Robert De Clifford and William de Clifford
Brother of Catherine de Greystoke, Baroness Greystoke; Maude de Hilton ( de Clifford); Thomas de Clifford, 6th Baron Clifford; Mary de Clifford; Margaret Melton and 4 others

Rosamond de Clifford MP

Gender: Female
Birth: 1136
Clifford Castle, Clifford, Herefordshire, England
Death: 1176 (40)
Woodstock Castle, Oxfordshire, England
Place of Burial: Godstow Nunnery, Wolvercote, Oxfordshire, England
Immediate Family: Daughter of Walter FitzRichard de Clifford, 1st Baron Clifford and Margaret de Toëny
Partner of Henry II “Curtmantle”, king of England
Mother of Rosamond FitzHenry
Sister of Henry Clifford; Amicia De Clifford; Lucia de Say (de Clifford); Walter de Clifford, 2nd Baron Clifford; Richard de Clifford, Sr., Lord Frampton Severn and 5

Edward Haney Rose

Deceased

Birth name:

Edward H. Rose

Gender:

Male

Birth:

1808

  Pennsylvania, United States

Residence:

1850

  Mason county, part of, Mason, Virginia

Residence:

1860

  T 15 N R 8, Douglas, Illinois, United States

Residence:

1865

  Tuscola, Douglas, Illinois

Residence:

1870

  Missouri, United States

Parents:

Allen RoseElizabeth Rose (born Haney)

Wife:

Martha Rose Rose (born Westbrook)

Children:

Charles W. RoseWesley RoseBertha Jane Meredith (born Rose)Marcus C RoseLaura RoseAlbert Edward RoseIda Louisiana Rosamond (born Rose),Sheldon Rose

Siblings:

Daniel Haney RoseMargaret Wigton (born Rose)Mary Polly Cristy (born Rose)Patrick RoseElizabeth Gorden (born Rose)Ellenor Rose Wooley (born Hoover)Rosanna Allen (born Rose)

Ida Louisiana Rosamond (born Rose)

Birth name:

Ida Louisiana Rose

Gender:

Female

Birth:

1860

  Louisiana, United States

Marriage:

Feb 16 1881

  Bates, Missouri, United States

Residence:

1870

  Missouri, United States

Death:

Sep 5 1891

  Helena, Lewis and Clark, Montana, United States

Burial:

  Forest Vale Cemetery, Lewis and Clark, Montana, United States

Parents:

Edward Haney RoseMartha Rose Rose (born Westbrook)

Husband:

William Thomas Rosamond

Children:

Frank Wesley RosamondIda C RosamondDollie Rosamond

Siblings:

Charles W. RoseWesley RoseBertha Jane Meredith (born Rose)Marcus C RoseLaura RoseAlbert Edward RoseSheldon Rose

https://rosamondpress.com/2019/03/18/the-rose-of-wallace/

https://rosamondpress.com/2013/01/10/born-of-two-roses/

https://rosamondpress.com/2014/10/04/born-on-yom-kippur/

https://rosamondpress.com/2019/03/05/born-under-falling-stars/

https://rosamondpress.com/2019/03/10/the-house-of-schwarzenberg-and-i/

https://rosamondpress.com/2019/02/13/dna-links/

THE ROSAMOND GENEALOGY
Plus Related Families of the Web Page Owner
AN UPCOMING TRIP TO SOUTH CAROLINA
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FALL 2000, Final Weekend of September

We are planning a trip to Abbeville, South Carolina the last weekend of September and all Rosamond and related cousins are invited. We haven’t yet decided on where we will be staying, or the exact itenerary for the visit, so all suggestions are welcome. One of the definites for the trip will be a cleanup of the cemetery described in the email below from Gwen Rosamond Forrester. If you plan to come contact me at jrosamond@prodigy.net, or any of the Rosamond researchers listed on the OTHER RESEARCHERS page. I will be posting details online as they become available.
The following email was sent by one of the Rosamond cousins, Gwen Rosamond Forrester to the rest of the research cousins:
Hey Y’all,

Mark and I just got back from a trip to Halan Co., Ky., and Lee Co., Va., where his folks settled after leaving NC. We had a very successful trip with finding graves of his ancestors and meeting a relative. Since we were only about 200 miles from Abbeville, SC, we drove down there to look around, and guess what, we asked a couple of gentlemen, David Higgon’s and Mr. Richie (believe his name was Walter) in Ware Shoals, if they knew where the Walnut Grove Baptist Church was. (The church our Rosamond’s, Hill’s, Hodges, and Graham’s attended in the early 1800’s)

Sure enough, they both knew where it was. David lead us to it, and he lead us to the few graves on Mulberry Creek that mark the original site of the church that was organized in 1826. Talk about luck! This was so exciting!!! We were so lucky to have ran into these two gentleman.

These graves are right along a paved road in the woods (I mean, the stones are right along the road). This cemetery is in bad shape. No one is taking care of it. It is over grown in weeds, trees and with poison oak and ivy everywhere. David, Mark and I ventured out into the cemetery a little ways. Couldn’t go to each stone because the poison oak & ivy is soooo thick. There aren’t many stones. Some graves are marked with field stones and doesn’t have any writing on them, and some of the field stones looked as those they had been chiseled on but you couldn’t read it. There are Mays buried there and one stone was a Williams. Stones are in bad shape, you can hardly read them. They have black mildew, moss or what ever from the trees, all over them. There is one stone laying on the ground in perfect condition. No mildew or anything on it. You can read it clearly. It is the marker of Lucrete Mays born Dec 14, 1797 died Feb 14, 1845. Y’all, this is probably Sarah “Sally” Mays Rosamond’s mother. What do you think?

I couldn’t hardly leave there without looking at each stone, but the poison oak was to bad. Mark and I are highly allergic to these plants. I knew though, that we are all going to be there next year, or whenever and we can be better prepared to tackle this adventure. As soon as David left, Mark and I changed jeans, socks and shoes right there by the car on the side of the road. Pretty picture! That poison oak and ivy will go through your clothes if you give it time. We were very lucky, we were o’k the next morning. Only one car passed on that road the whole time we were at the cemetery, so it isn’t a busy one.

When we go there next year, or whenever, those of us allergic to these plants, will need to wear at least knee high rubber boots. We will also need to do some tombstone rubbings to be able to read the stones. Does anyone in this group know how to do tombstone rubbings? A lady in Lee Co., Va., showed me how by using paper and a pencil. She said you could also use colored chalk that children use at school. It wont hurt the stones at all. When it rains, it will wash the chalk off.

David told us the Walnut Grove Church has tried to put a book together about the History of the Church. He said this book is at the church. We were there on Monday, and no one was there. David said the original church (1826) on Mulberry Creek was a brush arbor, which was posts with brush on top to protect them from rain. They were having Church service when it stated to rain. Had a flash flood that swept the brush arbor away. Everyone was scramming to get to higher ground, scared the horses so bad they all ran away. That’s when they moved the Church to higher ground. It was built next to where the Walnut Grove Church stands today.

Ruth, do you know the History of Walnut Grove Church, and do you know who is buried in the original cemetery?

Abbeville is a beautiful Old Historic town. It takes you back in time. Has a lot of old beautiful two story homes. I have a pamphlet listing the motels in the Old 96 District when we get ready to make reservations. If we stay in Abbeville, there is a Belmont Inn on town square that would be perfect for us to stay in, if y’all like this sort of thing. The Belmont Inn was built 1902-03 as the Eureka Hotel to accommodate “drummers” of the textile trade, patrons of the Opera House, traveling salesmen of the day, and the railroad men who had layovers in Abbeville. It’s listed on the National Register of Historic places in Abbeville. It has 25 newly remodeled, decorated rooms. They let Mark and I walk through it. The rooms that didn’t have occupants in them, they leave the doors open so we were about to view them. They are furnished with old antique furniture, some rooms have large pieces of furniture. It has wooden floors and looks like bedrooms in antebellum homes, only a bit smaller. It is nice and very clean. Really takes you back in time. Prices are very reasonable. More on that later.

The Belmont Inn is next door to the Opera House and two doors from the court house. The Library is one block away. If yall had rather stay in a motel there are three motels around Abbeville, but the nicer ones are in Greenwood, which is only 15 miles away. Mr. Richie told me the Library in Greenwood was better than the one in Abbeville. I only got to spend a couple of hours at the Library in Greenwood. They have a lot of old books for research, made several copies, but don’t think I found too much of what we don’t already have. Haven’t had a chance to look it over.

Something else we might want to think about. This pamphlet I have says Edgefield County, (which we all know is part of Old 96 District) has D.A. Tompkins Memorial Library. It serves as a genealogical and historical research center focusing on the Old 96 District. It is the headquarters for the Courtesy Center and Archives. If we have time, we might want to check this out.

Your Cousin,
Gwen Rosamond Forrester
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Born Under a Shower of Stars

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I was born October 8, 1946 two minutes after the sun set. An amazing star-shower was suddenly visible. The nurses in the maternity ward bid my mother to come to the window and look, but, was too spent having just delivered me.

Rosemary said she had a vision while she was giving birth to me, she telling herself she must not forget it. She forgot.

Rosemary named me after John the Baptist because she believed I was born on the Day of Atonement, Yom Kippur. I was born three days after Yom Kippur.

When my Astrologer began her five hour (recorded) reading of my chart, she began
with these words;

“Jon, I have never seen a chart like yours, never knew it was possible. It
begins where all charts in theory begin, on the exact cusp of Pisces and Aries..
For this reason I had to move up the time of your birth ten minutes, or in
theory, you were not born. As it is now, you barely escaped becoming a veritable
prisoner in this lifetime, that is, all the information you came here to share.”

Born of Two Roses

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rosegraveYesterday I believe found my Rose kindred. I had recently located Royal Rosamond’s little book ‘At Matha Healey’s Grave’ that I published in 1998 under Royal Rosamond Press Co. I had got a copy of this book from a library, and took it to a printer. I gifted the University of Oregon with a copy of just twenty books. I was too poor to afford more. I intended this copy for my freind Edwin Corbin, but, realized I had no copy for myself, and kept it.

On the first page we have a ‘Pictorial Biography’ of my mother’s father, born Frank Wesely Rosamond. Royal is a pen name. Royal appears to be about one and half years of age. He and my grandson, Tyler Hunt, look like brothers. The caption reads’

“If my parents hada knowed it – that one so serious would turn out to be a humorist – they never would have growed it.”

This book of nine pages is part of Royal’s ‘Humor Of The States Series’. I think the reason Frank is looking glum, is, his folks put him in a dress!
On the inside back of the cover we find a ‘Thumbnail Biography Of Royal Rosamond’ that reads;

“John Rose, R.R.’s grandfather, a saw-mill man, settled with his daughter, Ida Lousisiana Rose, in Butler Missouri, right after the Civil War. Later, Mr. Rose bought a farm four miles west of Butler, on the Miami.

Mr’s Rosamond, a widow, migrated to Butler from Mississippi, with her four sons and a daughter. Her youngest son, William Thomas, met and fell in love with Ida. Married, they were provided with a cabin on a corner of the John Rose farm, where Royal, on December 18th. 11881, was born.”

Royal does not give the name of his grandmother, the widow of William Thomas, whose surname was Rosamond, but she is Frances Morrison. As for the name Ida Lousiana Rose, my Rosamond kindred might hold a record for odd names befitting backwoods folk, such as Fanny Lou Rosamond. But, when you ask what is in a name, you discover the name Fanny means “from France”. Does Lou stand for Louisiana?

We even have a Homer Rosamond which might make the Rosamond family the quintessential American Family, especially when my kindred were named after Francis Marion ‘The Swamp Fox’ who parents were Huguenots, as was the progenitor of the Rosamond family who may have come from Rougemont Switzerland, a city that was once a part of France. Frank Wesely Rosamond was named after Francis, and descends from James Rosamond, who allegedly fought alongside Samuel Rosamond, who served as a Captain in the Revolutionary War under Marion.

In his history of the Rosamond family family (1938) Leland Rosemond mentions, and then dismisses Fair Rosamond as being key to our family and our name. However, with my resent discovery about the true Rose Lineage, the Holy Grail has come to America. Rosamond had a graal cup entwined in vines on her tomb. She is the sleeping beauty that will soon awaken and behold her Family Tree that spring from my late sister, Christine Rosamond Benton.

Ed Corbin’s mother is kin to Francis Cavenaugh a Plymouth Brethren from which the evangelicals hail.

Here is the Rose Association

http://www.rosefamilyassociation.com/

Jon Presco

Sarah Wilson Rosamond and House of Schwarzenberg

https://rosamondpress.com/2018/07/16/robert-wilson-maried-jane-lee/

It is 7:25 in the morning. I have found my Bohemian People. Presco was originally spelled Braskewitz. My father’s ancestors came from Bohemia, and, so did my mother’s people via Sarah Wilson. She descends from the House of Schwarzenberg who were friends with Martin Luther. This is why William Wilson is buried in Saint George Cathedral. The House of Saxe-Coburg is in this tree. I am kin to much royalty. I am home. I am tired. I have been up all night.

John Gregory Presco

President: Royal Rosamond Press

https://rosamondpress.com/2018/07/10/rosamond-clifford-and-reverend-william-wilson/

http://www.almanachdegotha.org/id101.html

https://wikivividly.com/wiki/House_of_Schwarzenberg

Sarah Wilson Rosamond (Willson) MP

Gender:

Female

Birth:

1726
County Antrim, Ireland

Death:

1790 (64)
Abbeville County, South Carolina, United States

Immediate Family:

Daughter of Thomas Wilson and Elizabeth Willson
Wife of Pvt. John Roseman
Mother of Margaret Weems; James Rosamond; Jean Rosamond; Capt Samuel Rosamond and Sarah F Hodges
Sister of Capt Matthew Willson; Samuel Willson; Rebekah Willson; Elizabeth Musgrove; Nathaniel Willson and 2 others

Schwarzenberg is a Czech (Bohemian) and German (Franconian) aristocratic family, and it was one of the most prominent European noble houses. The Schwarzenbergs are members of the Czech nobility and German nobility and achieved the rank of Princes of the Holy Roman Empire. The family belongs to the high nobility and traces its roots to the Lords of Seinsheim during the Middle Ages.[1]

The current head of the family is Karel, the 12th Prince of Schwarzenberg, a Czech politician who served as Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic. The family owns properties and lands across Austria, Czech Republic, Germany and Switzerland.

Frank Wesley “Royal” Rosamond

Gender: Male
Birth: December 18, 1881
Missouri
Death: circa November 26, 1953 (67-75)
Prob Oklahoma
Place of Burial: Sunny Lane Sec. 13, lot S13-RN-7, Del City, Oklahoma
Immediate Family: Son of William Thomas Rosamond and Ida Rose
Husband of Mary Magdalene Weineke
Father of June E Rosamond; Bertha M Rosamond; Rosemary Rita Rosamond and Lillian J Rosamond
Half brother of <private> Rosamond and <private> Rosamond
DNA Markers:

details

Added by: Jimmy Dale Rosamond on March 21, 2009
Managed by: Jimmy Dale Rosamond

John Wilson MP

Gender: Male
Birth: 1425
Cupar, Fife, Scotland
Death: 1475 (50)
Cupar, Fife, Scotland
Immediate Family: Son of Thomas Wilson and Elizabeth Robinson
Husband of Antoinette Erasmus
Father of Sir John Wilson, Kt., Burgess of Fife
Added by: Dalest Wendy Bruce on March 29, 2013
Managed by: Dalest Wendy Bruce and 8 others
Curated by: Ben M. Angel, still catching up

Antoinette Erasmus MP

Gender: Female
Birth: 1425
England
Death: 1460 (35)
England
Immediate Family: Daughter of Erkinger von Seinsheim, I, 1st Baron of Schwarzenberg and Princess Barbara Von Abensberg, Baroness Of Schwarzenberg
Wife of John Wilson
Mother of Sir John Wilson, Kt., Burgess of Fife
Sister of Magdalene Baronesse zu Schwarzenberg; Sigmund I, Freiherr von Schwarzenberg; Kunigunde zu Schwarzenberg; Johann I d.Ä. Freiherr zu Schwarzenberg; Erkinger Freiherr von Schwarzenberg and 5 others
Half sister of Michael II von Seinsheim; Matern von Seinsheim; Heinrich von Seinsheim; Hermann “der Streitbare” zu Schwarzenberg; Agnes von Seinsheim and 1 other
Added by: Dalest Wendy Bruce on March 29, 2013
Managed by: Mary S Newton and 9 others
Curated by: Ben M. Angel, still catching up

Princess Barbara Von Abensberg, Baroness Of Schwarzenberg

German: Barbara von Abensberg, Baroness Of Schwarzenberg
Gender: Female
Birth: circa 1398
Abensberg, Niederbayern, Bavaria, Germany
Death: November 02, 1448 (46-54)
Asthem, Herzogtum Bayern, Heiliges Römisches Reich
Place of Burial: Astheim, Unterfranken, Bavaria, Germany
Immediate Family: Daughter of Jobst, Graf von Abensberg and Agnes Ursula von Abensberg
Wife of Erkinger von Seinsheim, I, 1st Baron of Schwarzenberg
Mother of Antoinette Erasmus; Magdalene Baronesse zu Schwarzenberg; Sigmund I, Freiherr von Schwarzenberg; Kunigunde zu Schwarzenberg; Johann I d.Ä. Freiherr zu Schwarzenberg and 6 others
Sister of Johann III von Abensberg, III; Margareta von Abensberg; Dietrich von Abensberg; Sigmund von Abensberg; Degenhard von Abensberg and 4 others
Half sister of Barbara Von Abensberg
Added by: Justin Swanstrom on May 10, 2009
Managed by: Severinfaxe and 8 others

https://www.geni.com/people/Elizabeth-Ingoldsby/6000000002808998459?through=6000000003263397662

Leland E. Rosemond

March, 1938

Scarsdale, N. Y.

THE NAME ROSEMOND

Some confusion seems to have resulted from the fact that more than
one origin for this name has existed. The oldest, perhaps, is the
Teutonic “Hrosmond”, conspicuous as far back as the 6th century in
the history of the Gepidae and the Lombards of northern Italy. “Mond”
in the Anglo-Saxon signified the protection given by a noble, or
chieftain, to this dependents of every kin, and the name signified
among them strong, or famous, protection. The form “Rosenmund”,
usually reckoned as German, has been interpreted as “rose of the
world,” form the Latin “mundus” for world. In Danish the name appears
as Rozamond; in French, as Rosemonde, in Italian, as Rosmonda, and in
Latin and Spanish, as Rosamunda.

“The Huguenot tradition in the family, confirmed by such sources as
O’Hart’s Irish Pedigrees and Agnew’s French Protestant Exiles,
suggests a French origin also and this has been found in the
name “Rougemont”, still perpetuated by the name of a village in
southeastern France, near Switzerland, and another village in
southwestern Germany. Why this source seems preferable for our origin
will be mentioned again.

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“Such a name, transported to other countries and dealt with in other
languages, was certain to be changed and even distorted. Our own
people have at times adopted the form “Roseman”, or “Rosman”,
or “Rossman”, or “Rosmond”, or “Rosmon”. The first three forms are
common in Germany although wholly unconnected with our family. Elders
in the family have held the view that the presence of the “d” is
significant and, since it is the equivalent of the “t”
in “Rougemont,” that seems reasonable. As many as thirty variations
are found, and yet the name in any form is not a common one in this
country if the German forms above are to be disregarded.

“In the Southern states among those identified with our line in
Ireland, the form “Rosamond” prevails as it does in England and
Canada, but the legends of “Fair Rosamond” Clifford which popularized
it there have no significance for us. It is, in one form or another,
the name of towns, but inquiry has developed that our family had
nothing to do with giving them.

https://rosamondpress.wordpress.com/2012/08/06/the-corbin-god-gene-and-evangelical-zionists/

https://rosamondpress.wordpress.com/2012/01/14/history-of-the-rosamond-family/

https://rosamondpress.wordpress.com/2012/01/13/fair-rosamond-a-literary-theme/

https://rosamondpress.wordpress.com/2011/10/17/humble-rosamond-roots/

https://rosamondpress.wordpress.com/2011/08/15/christine-rosamond-benton/

Briarcliff Rose

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briarcliff2On August 24, 2011, I posted the idea that my mother’s parents came together to repair a split in the church. Royal’s kindred were Orangemen, and Mary’s kindred were Catholics, priests and nuns of the Order of Saint Francis that had to flee Germany. I have long wondered if this caused their split. To discover that Jeannette and Ann Hart, our ancestors, were ex-communicated by their family of Patriots because they converted to Catholicism, is profound.

I went back to the Catholic church to complete my first communion two years ago after looking at these matters with the sight an angel gave unto me, and after I realized I was a candidate for the Roza Mira.

Here is what my family did to me after they thwarted my novel ‘Bonds With Angels’.

Rosemary ROSAMUND
____ – ____
Father: Frank ROSAMUND
Mother: Mary WIENEKE

Family 1 : Victor PRESCO
Mark Presco PRESCO
? PRESCO
Christine PRESCO
Victoria PRESCO

Vicki tells Heather I am the trouble maker, the cause of all the problems. Vicki is the evil confessor, the manipulator of the Dark Family Secrets who huddled with Mark and Garth Benton at the meeting held in Christine’s house the day before the funeral. The Dark Ones plotted on how to handle Shannon and I. I never met Garth, and the Dark Ones told him I would be trouble, I having a sixth sense. Garth was not at the funeral, but, his best friend was lurking in the background listening to what my family was saying – after the funeral! Mark was coming and going. I suspect he was visiting Garth, giving him a report as well.

Vicki was raised a Catholic, but now is an evangelical who believes Jesus has given her absolution and permission to manipulate the family information to suit her dark agendas. She is not an artist, a poet, a writer, a thinker. She plays a good game of Being Innocent, however. Once a Catholic – always a Catholic……….they say.

The plan was to make Garth executor so a movie could be made. I was supposed to come, and go, not to be heard of again for another five years. But, Christine Rosamond was speaking to me. I knew something was wrong. When I asked good question, I was rendered a QUESTION MARK in a genealogy that connects the Wieneke family to the Windsors, the Royal Family of Britain. Are the Queen’s Genealogist taking a good peek at these Sacred Harts?

Ann Hart Hull, and Jessie Benton Fremont, could pass for sisters – who did not own the right to vote!

Jon Presco
Copyright 2012

https://rosamondpress.wordpress.com/2012/07/21/does-culture-war-exist/

The Wieneke cote of arms contains a bunch of grapes. The Wieneke family were Catholic Germans who were forced to flee Germany due to the Kulturkumpf (cultural warfare) waged by Bismark against the Catholic Church. Bismark’s ancestors had come to favor the religions of the Stuttmeisters, and the Rosamond family who were Protestants. Mary Magdalene Rosamond’s cousin, Mother Dominica Wieneke, was the founder of Briar Cliff college in Iowa. She was a Sister of Saint Francis.

Bill Cornwell is a subscriber of Culture Warfare that he and millions of his ilk have been waging against the Liberal Hip Left employing any weird thing they can get their hands on – but they are not insane – because their enemy is extremely nuts! Of course they are, all opening slavos in Kultruekumpf title the opposition ‘Mad Deluded Dogs’. A cartoon of the newly founded Republican party depicts its members as a collection of Weirdos! You can say – nothing has changed!

The Republican party founded by my kindred, John Fremont and Jessie Benton, has gone insane going after me – the Hip King of the Bohemian Anti-Christ! Why isn’t Bill going after Drew Benton, she kin to Jessie Benton the daughter of the famous artist, Thomas Hart Benton, who married Mel Lyman who claimed he was God, and had hundreds of followers. I have no followers. They say Charlie Manson and Mel admired each other. Ooh! I bet that makes Bill’s father in Texas salvitate, his life alas having purpous.

Above is a photo of Jessie Benton Lyman before a painting her father did, and a photo of her daughter, sculpting. Consider the creative Zorthian family. Surely after I have been identified as an enemy of the Tea Paulty Culture Fighters, I am allowed to employ any and all weird stuff I want in order to win – without being titled “nuts”

After all;

“All’s fair in love and war!”

Jon Presco

https://rosamondpress.wordpress.com/2012/07/21/does-culture-war-exist/

The Big Winner of Amerikan Kulturekumpf

n 1929, only briar patches covered a 175-foot hill on the western outskirts of Sioux City, Iowa. But two people — Mother Mary Dominica Wieneke, Major Superior of the Sisters of Saint Francis, and the Most Rev. Edmond Heelan, Bishop of the Sioux City Diocese — had a vision. They saw that hill crowned with a Catholic college for women.

Mother Dominica and Bishop Heelan met on March 9, 1929 with members of the Sioux City community. Businessmen attending that meeting committed themselves to raising $25,000 to support the establishment of the college in Sioux City.

After this showing of community support, significant events followed in rapid succession. On Sept. 18, 1930, the college, named Briar Cliff after the hill on which it is located, was dedicated. Four days later, 25 women started classes in Heelan Hall, the only building on campus.

In 1937, the University’s two-year program was extended to four years. Fifty-five men were admitted to Briar Cliff in 1965 and co-education was formalized in 1966 with the admission of 150 full-time male students. The innovative Weekend College program started in the fall of 1979. The spring of 1980 saw the addition of a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. A Master of Arts in Education was implemented in the summer of 2001. The college officially became a University on June 1, 2001.

“The History of Mount St. Francis The Sisters of St. Francis of the
Holy Family were founded in Herford, Germany in 1864. Forced to
emigrate by the Kulturkampf, the small community arrived in Iowa
City on Sept. 8, 1875. Here they established the first orphanage
under Catholic auspices in the state of Iowa. In 1878, Bishop
Hennessy invited them to move to Dubuque to establish a diocesan
orphanage. Today, 125 years later, Mount St. Francis Center in
Dubuque is the home for approximately 375 sisters. It is also home
for those who are retired and those who need full-time nursing care.
It houses the central administrative offices of the congregation as
well as the novitiate community, where young women live and study as
they prepare to become members.”

International Headquarters
On July 2, 1844, a Franciscan priest, Father Christopher Bernsmeyer, witnessed the religious commitment of five women in the pilgrim shrine of the Sorrowful Mother at Telgte, Germany, a village outside the city of Muenster, Westphalia. This marked the foundation of the Hospital Sisters of the Third Order of St. Francis as a religious community of Catholic women dedicated to the service of the sick and those in need. Bismarek’s Kulturkampf threatened the survival of the newly formed religious community.

What is in a name? I believe Royal and Mary Magdalene Rosamond came together to repair a great split in the Christian Church, awaken a Sleeping Kingdom. Grimms named Sleeping Beauty, Rosamond. The artistic legacy left by Christine Rosamond, is no longer in the hands of Stacey Pierrot. My two nieces, Shannon and Drew, need to come together and refresh this Family Legacy. I will gift them my publishing company, Royal Rosamond Press, to this end. I suggest they hire an agent and manager to put together a company that will serve members of our family for generations to come.

Jon Presco

Copyright 2011

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

Franz Aloysius BENNING
1814 – ____
BIRTH: 1814, Wolbeck, Münster, Westf.
Father: Johannes Wilhelm BENNING
Mother: Anna Maria WEMHOFF

Family 1 : Elisabeth PETERS
MARRIAGE: 21 May 1844, Wolbeck, Münster, Westf.
+Anna BENNING

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Mary ERNST
____ – ____
Father: Anthony ERNST
Mother: Margaretta WIENEKE

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_Anthony ERNST ______|
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|_Margaretta WIENEKE _|
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Paul HAERTHER
____ – ____
Family 1 : Erma SCHMINKE
MARRIAGE: 30 Jan 1929

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Josef KOTTHOFF
____ – ____
Family 1 : Maria NIGGEMANN
MARRIAGE: 1896
KOTTHOFF
KOTTHOFF
KOTTHOFF
KOTTHOFF
KOTTHOFF

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Julie KUBIA
____ – ____
Father: Clarence SCHULTE
Mother: Margaret KUBIA

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_Charles SCHULTE ____________
_Clarence SCHULTE _|
| |_Elizabeth (Lizzie) WIENEKE _+
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Michael LIGHT
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Father: John LIGHT
Mother: Mary REVELANT

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_John LIGHT ____|
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Dorothy Elizabeth Patrick NEILSON
____ – ____
Family 1 : Robert Neal WIENEKE
DIVORCE: Y

MARRIAGE: 12 Oct 1943
+Charles Henry WIENEKE
Richard Neil WIENEKE
+Kathleen Ann WIENEKE
+Patrick Lee WIENEKE

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Rosemary ROSAMUND
____ – ____
Father: Frank ROSAMUND
Mother: Mary WIENEKE

Family 1 : Victor PRESCO
Mark Presco PRESCO
? PRESCO
Christine PRESCO
Victoria PRESCO

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_Frank ROSAMUND _|
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|_Mary WIENEKE ___|
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Father: Jürgen TILLE
Mother: Karin SCHULZ

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_Jürgen TILLE _|
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Johannes Bernhard WIENEKE (gen. Möhring)
30 Mar 1818 – 26 May 1871
TITLE: gen. Möhring

BIRTH: 30 Mar 1818, Störmede
CHRISTENING: 31 Mar 1818, St. Pancratius, Störmede
DEATH: 26 May 1871, Lippstadt
Father: Johann Bernhard WIENEKE
Mother: Gertrud Angela KAHR

Family 1 : Anna Maria Theresia KLUTEN
MARRIAGE: 20 Jan 1849, St. Pancratius, Störmede
+Johannes Anton WIENEKE

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_Johann Stephan WIENEKE ______+
_Johann Bernhard WIENEKE _|
| |_Katarina Maria Anna REINEKE _+
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|–Johannes Bernhard WIENEKE
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| _Adam Conrad KAHR ____________+
|_Gertrud Angela KAHR _____|
|_Anna Angela NÜSE ____________

Rosemary ROSAMUND
____ – ____
Father: Frank ROSAMUND
Mother: Mary WIENEKE

Family 1 : Victor PRESCO
Mark Presco PRESCO
? PRESCO
Christine PRESCO
Victoria PRESCO

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