I have written about Rosamond and The Labyrinth till I am a blue rose in the face! In the top pic we see Alexander Spencer Churchill who is kin to Princess Diana, and Churchill. He grew up in Blenheim Palace that contained the Labyrinth at Woodstock where King Henry kept Rosamond Clifford who I was going to use Rena Easton as a model for her portrait. Then I discovered she was married to Sir Ian Easton Commander of the British Defence Staff Washington that was founded by Winston Churchill in order to keep the Alliance between the United States and Great Britain strong after the end of World War Two.
What I suggest is Governor Newsom and Vice President Kamala Harris invite a British Battleship to sail into the Golden Gate and dock for an extended stay. The military posturing with China is going to cost the American taxpayer much in order to protect these two Nation’s interest in the China Sea. I see a reunion at the Palace Hotel of related families, and, a Labyrinth built at Twin Pine Park in Belmont where Oktoberfest will be celebrated. I even see a German Battleship and Harry and Meghan being the hosts.
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Part 2: The first RNVR CO of HMS Venomous
2 August 1944 – 6 February 1945
Lt Cdr A. Derek A. Lawson RNVR left HMS Middleton in March 1944 and before his next posting married Flora Bleckinridge Fermor-Hesketh, daughter of the 1st Baron Hesketh (1881-1944), in London on the 12 April 1944. When her father, Rupert Baring, died in July her brother Frederick became the 2nd Baron Hesketh and lived at the family seat, Easton Neston, in Northamptonshire. She was the former wife of the 4th Baron Revelstoke and had two sons, John Baring born in 1934 and James Cecil Baring in 1938.
Derek Lawson was marked out for a senior position in the Legal Department of the Royal Navy but the Admiralty wanted him to have a few months command experience before taking up this appointment. He was given command of HMS Venomous while she was completing a refit at Falmouth in June 1944. Venomous had limped back to Falmouth from the Mediterranean in October 1943, her engines in a bad state. Most of her armaments and one of her two boilers (and funnels) had been removed. She was no longer a fighting ship and was to be given the humble task of towing targets for torpedoes launched by Barracuda aircraft based on the Isle of Man.
I have talked to Anne Farmer-Fermor, and Patrick Sharon the second, about the renewal of the Sharon Family reunions at the Palace Hotel, that William Ralston built, that his partner, William Sharon, came to own. Anne was communicated in person with members of the Hesketh family in Britain, and is friendly with Baron Revelstoke whom she was hoping to get an invite through to William Windsor’s wedding. The Baron is kin to the founder of Baring & Brothers Co. a British banking company.
William Ralston appears to be the Grand Master of the Oddfellows, and may have invited the Oddfellows of Lodge 17 in San Francisco to come celebrate with the new Oddfellows of Belmont, in Belmont. Did he build the Palace Hotel in order to accommodate Oddfellows from all over America – and the world?
Jon Presco Copyright 2011
From: Anne Farmer email@example.com> Subject: Re: SHARON To: “John Ambrose” Date: Thursday, December 23, 2010, 3:34 AM
Hi John- I will call Patrick Sharon after Christmas when I return to Seattle. Today I take mother to Portland on Amtrak for Chrustmas to see some friends. Please send me your mailing address as I am sending out my New Year’s cards- thank you. Have a great Holiday and a very Happy New Year. Kindest Regards- Anne —
On Sun, 12/5/10, John Ambrose wrote: From: John Ambrose Subject: SHARON To: @yahoo.com Date: Sunday, December 5, 2010, 5:03 PM
Anne; Here is the number John, Thanks for all of your information. I am still trying to find the list of the California Sharon Family Reuniun. This will help me establish family connections for all of us. As I mentioned my Great grandparents were the last of our family who received the invite. Their names are Samuel and Stella Sharon of Kansas City. Lets stay in contact. Patrick Sharon II
From: Anne Farmer firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: Re: Withersppon To: “John Ambrose” Date: Saturday, March 6, 2010, 1:41 PM
Hi Jon- These I know- the Heskeths married into my side- the Fermors so they are distant cousins of mine. The Quakers, Methodists were the Fermor side- they never owned slaves like Witherspoon did. I had heard about the Presbyterian strong influence- and how the Calvinists were more fighters. On my side we have the lovers, not fighters. Anne PS- I was just connected via a mutual friend to look up Theresa-Mary Morton while in London, who is Queen’s librarian.
James Cecil Baring, 6th Baron Revelstoke (born 16 August 1938) is a British peer. A son of Rupert Baring, the 4th Baron, and Flora Fermor-Hesketh, daughter of the 1st Baron Hesketh, he was educated at Eton College. He married Aneta Laline Dennis Fisher in 1968. They had two sons, Alexander Rupert Baring, born 9 April 1970, and Thomas James Baring, born 4 December 1971. He married Sarah Stubbs in 1983. They had two daughters, Flora Aksinia Baring, born 17 July 1983, and Miranda Louise Baring, born 1 May 1987. He succeeded his brother, John Baring, 5th Baron Revelstoke, born 2 December 1934, in 2003. His half-sisters, by a later marriage of his mother to Lt.-Cdr. Derek Lawson, are Arabella Ann Spurrier (née Lawson), born 14 August 1946, and Caroline Flora Turner (née Lawson), born 23 September 1953.
Barings Bank was founded in 1762 as the John and Francis Baring Company by Francis Baring, with his older brother John as a mostly silent partner. They were sons of John (né Johan) Baring, wool trader of Exeter, born in Bremen, Germany. The company began in offices off Cheapside and within a few years moved to larger quarters in Mincing Lane. Barings gradually diversified from wool into many other commodities, providing financial services necessary for the rapid growth of international trade. By 1790, Barings had greatly expanded its resources, both through Francis’ efforts in London and by association with leading Amsterdam bankers Hope & Co. In 1793, the increased business necessitated a move to larger quarters in Devonshire Square. Francis and his family lived upstairs, above the offices.
pened on October 2, 1875, the original Palace Hotel was the glorious final “gift” of the colorful — but ill-fated —
MARLBOROUGH DUKEDOM – SYNOPSIS
*** Marlborough Dukedom is ranked 10th in Peerage of England ***
Duke of Marlborough is a title in the Peerage of England. It was created by Queen Anne in 1702 for John Churchill, 1st Earl of Marlborough (1650–1722), the noted military leader. The name of the dukedom refers to Marlborough in Wiltshire. It is one of the few titles in the peerage which allows for suo jure female inheritance, and the only current dukedom to do so. Churchill had been made Lord Churchill of Eyemouth (1682) in the Scottish peerage, Baron Churchill of Sandridge (1685), and Earl of Marlborough (1689) in the Peerage of England. Shortly after her accession to the throne in 1702, Queen Anne made Churchill the first Duke of Marlborough and granted him the subsidiary title Marquess of Blandford. In 1678, Churchill married Sarah Jennings (1660–1744), a courtier and influential favourite of the queen. They had seven children, of whom four daughters married into some of the most important families in Great Britain; one daughter and one son died in infancy. He was pre-deceased by his son, John Churchill, Marquess of Blandford, in 1703; so, to prevent the extinction of the titles, a special Act of Parliament was passed. When the 1st Duke of Marlborough died in 1722 his title as Lord Churchill of Eyemouth in the Scottish peerage became extinct and the Marlborough titles passed, according to the Act, to his eldest daughter Henrietta (1681-1733), the 2nd Duchess of Marlborough. She was married to the 2nd Earl of Godolphin and had a son who predeceased her. When Henrietta died in 1733, the Marlborough titles passed to her nephew Charles Spencer (1706–1758), the third son of her late sister Anne (1683-1716), who had married the 3rd Earl of Sunderland in 1699. After his older brother’s death in 1729, Charles Spencer had already inherited the Spencer family estates and the titles of Earl of Sunderland (1643) and Baron Spencer of Wormleighton (1603), all in the Peerage of England. Upon his maternal aunt Henrietta’s death in 1733, Charles Spencer succeeded to the Marlborough family estates and titles and became the 3rd Duke. When he died in 1758, his titles passed to his eldest son George (1739–1817), who was succeeded by his eldest son George, the 5th Duke (1766–1840). In 1815, Francis Spencer (the younger son of the 4th Duke) was created Baron Churchill in the Peerage of the United Kingdom. In 1902, his grandson, the 3rd Baron Churchill, was created Viscount Churchill. In 1817, the 5th Duke obtained permission to assume and bear the surname of Churchill in addition to his surname of Spencer, to perpetuate the name of his illustrious great-great-grandfather. At the same time he received Royal Licence to quarter the coat of arms of Churchill with his paternal arms of Spencer. The modern Dukes thus originally bore the surname “Spencer”: the double-barrelled surname of “Spencer-Churchill” as used since 1817 remains in the family, though some members have preferred to style themselves “Churchill”. The 7th Duke was the paternal grandfather of the British Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill, born at Blenheim Palace on 30 November 1874. The 11th duke, John Spencer-Churchill died in 2014, having assumed the title in 1972. The 12th and present duke is Charles James Spencer-Churchill. Family seat Burial place of most Dukes and Duchesses of Marlborough in the chapel at Blenheim Palace. The family seat is Blenheim Palace in Woodstock, Oxfordshire. After his leadership in the victory against the French in the Battle of Blenheim on 13 August 1704, the 1st Duke was honoured by Queen Anne granting him the royal manor of Woodstock, and building him a house at her expense to be called Blenheim. Construction started in 1705 and the house was completed in 1722, the year of the 1st Duke’s death. Blenheim Palace has since remained in the Churchill and Spencer-Churchill family. With the exception of the 10th Duke and his first wife, the Dukes and Duchesses of Marlborough are buried in Blenheim Palace’s chapel. Most other members of the Spencer-Churchill family are interred in St. Martin’s parish churchyard at Bladon, a short distance from the palace. Succession to the title The dukedom is the only one in the United Kingdom that can still pass through a female line. However, unlike the remainder to heirs general found in most other peerages that allow male-preference primogeniture, the grant does not allow for abeyance and follows a more restrictive Semi-Salic formula designed to keep succession wherever possible in the male line. The succession is as follows: The heirs-male of the 1st Duke’s body lawfully begotten; his eldest daughter and the heirs-male of her body lawfully begotten; his second and other daughters, in seniority, and the heirs-male of their bodies lawfully begotten; his eldest daughter’s oldest daughter and the heirs male of her body lawfully begotten; his eldest daughter’s second and other daughters, in seniority, and the heirs-male of their bodies lawfully begotten all other daughters of his daughters, in seniority, and the heirs-male of their bodies lawfully begotten; and other descendants into the future in like fashion, with the intent that the Marlborough title never become extinct. Succession to the title under the first and second contingencies have lapsed; holders of the title from the 3rd Duke trace their status from the third contingency. It is now very unlikely that the Dukedom will be passed to a woman or through a woman, since all the male-line descendants of Anne Spencer, Countess of Sunderland – including the line of the Earls Spencer and the Spencer-Churchill family – would have to become extinct. If that were to happen, the Churchill titles would pass to the Earl of Jersey, the heir-male of Anne Villiers, Countess of Jersey, daughter of Elizabeth Egerton, Duchess of Bridgewater, a younger daughter of the first Duke. Other titles of the Dukes Subsidiary titles The Duke holds subsidiary titles: Marquess of Blandford (created in 1702 for John Churchill), Earl of Sunderland (created in 1643 for the Spencer family), Earl of Marlborough (created in 1689 for John Churchill), Baron Spencer of Wormleighton (created in 1603 for the Spencer family), and Baron Churchill of Sandridge (created in 1685 for John Churchill), all in the Peerage of England. The title Marquess of Blandford is used as the courtesy title for the Duke’s eldest son and heir. The Duke’s eldest son’s eldest son can use the courtesy title Earl of Sunderland, and the duke’s eldest son’s eldest son’s eldest son (eldest great-grandson) the title Lord Spencer of Wormleighton (not to be confused with Earl Spencer). The title of Earl of Marlborough, created for John Churchill in 1689, had previously been created for James Ley, in 1626, becoming extinct in 1679. Foreign titles The 1st Duke was honoured with land and titles in the Holy Roman Empire: Emperor Joseph I created him a Prince in 1704, and in 1 705 he was given the principality of Mindelheim (once the lordship of the noted soldier Georg von Frundsberg). He was obliged to surrender Mindelheim in 1714 by the Treaty of Utrecht, which returned it to Bavaria. He tried to obtain Nellenburg in Austria in exchange, which at that time was only a county (‘Landgrafschaft’), but this failed, partially because Austrian law did not allow for Nellenburg being converted into a sovereign principality. Some authors misread the name of the county as Mellenburg. The 1st Duke’s principality title of Mindelheim became extinct either on the return of the land to Bavaria or on his death, as the Empire operated Salic Law, which prevented female succession.
April 24. Artist Maxfield Parrish met with Frederick Sharon, owner of the almost completed Palace Hotel on April 20, 1909. From Windsor, Vermont, on April 24, 1909, Parrish wrote: “I will make for the barroom in the Palace Hotel, San Francisco, a painting measuring about 6′ x 16′ for the sum of six thousand dollars to be delivered on the first of November 1909. If you will kindly acknowledge the receipt of this, as far as I am concerned, it will be all the agreement necessary.” Current 2013 quotes state that the art would sell for $5 to $7 million at auction.
December 20. “The Pied Piper”, famed painting by artist Maxfield Parrish, which for 14 years since the advent of Prohibition had been stored at the M.H. de Young Memorial Museum, amid much ceremony, was returned home to the Palace Hotel bar. California’s new State liquor control law, making it legal to sell hard liquor by the drink in hotels, restaurants, clubs and the like, became effective today. “The Pied Piper” was returned to its place in the old bar. Hotel manager Archibald H. Price planned a luncheon in celebration of the occasion. The new Pied Piper was soon acclaimed as “one of the World’s Seven Great Bars.”
March 26. “City Honors Chinese Leaders at the Most Magnificent Banquet of a Generation.” Long before the scheduled 8:30 p.m. banquet, the Palace Hotel’s Garden Court, Concert and Rose rooms were jammed to capacity. A total of 2,100 actually attended. Thousands more thronged through the lobby and corridors of the hotel hoping to see the “great lady.” The Garden Court was “ablaze” with flowers and flags. For the first time since the United States entered World War II in December 1941, formal wear for both men and women was de rigueur. The head table, shared with Governor and Mrs. Earl Warren and San Francisco Mayor Angelo Rossi, was covered with a red Chinese cloth and adorned with huge Chinese bowls containing red, white and blue flowers. It was set at the north end of the room. The dinner, highlighted by rare food and vintages, came to a dramatic conclusion when hotel’s head chef, carrying a tray upon which was a magnificently illuminated pagoda, followed by a parade of waiters, filed into the three banquet rooms carrying miniature pagodas on trays serving what was referred to as “pechepagode Madame Chiang Kai-shek” — a peach dessert created especially for her.
Fall. Mrs. William B. Johnstone, owner of the Palace Hotel and a descendant of William Sharon, sells the caravansary to Sheraton Hotels of America for $6,500,000. Conrad Hilton, who had offered $4,500,000, was outbid. Once famed Palace Hotel menus underwent major restructuring. In an effort to shave funds from the operating budget, Oysters Kirkpatrick, a tradition on dinner menus, were “banished.” In their stead, lamb chops, and string beans were added to the menu. Sheraton-Palace management declared that “it is no longer possible to maintain all the costly traditions that sentiment once dictated […] our predecessors, the Sharon family, had been more intent on maintaining the traditions of the past than the vitality of the profit and loss statement.” Under Sheraton direction, Palace Hotel rooms were redecorated. Upon completion, every room, coast to coast in Sheraton hotels, is decorated identically.
San Francisco’s Sheraton-Palace was acquired by a Japanese corporation, the Kyo – ya which, translated, means “Fun House.” This corporation retained the services of Sheraton Hotels of America to provide management.
On March 22, 2013, the renowned Maxfield Parrish Pied Piper painting began its journey to New York for restoration. The extensive preservation process was handled with extreme care and the art returned to its original glory. On August 22, 2013, the Palace Hotel proudly unveiled the newly restored painting and celebrated its homecoming. The Mayor awarded the Palace a proclamation officially naming August 22 Pied Piper Day in San Francisco.
Hilton had an affair with his stepmother, Zsa Zsa Gabor, in 1944, according to claims made by Gabor after his death. He was Elizabeth Taylor‘s first husband (1950–1951), but his “gambling, drinking, and abusive behavior” horrified her and her parents. The marriage ended in divorce after eight months.
Why in God’s name is Theresa May bringing The Minotaur Beast to Blenheim Palace that was built upon the ruins of Woodstock where a Labyrinth was built for my kindred, Rosamond de Clifford? I have suspected My Enemy is reading this blog, because I am THE OPPONENT in the chess match Putin is playing, and in on the verge of Checkmate! The Trumpmeister brags about bagging the mother of William and Harry. The fortunes of the Spencer-Churchill family is rooted at Blenheim where one sees a Labyrinth. The Master Bull-shitter wants to find his way into the center of the Maze – and Fuck Beauty! The Beautiful Rose of the World. ROSATOM and ROZA MIRA will rule a vast empire!
I told you so! I placed the Holy Grail at the epicenter of Rosamond’s Maze!
What The Bullshyster is going to suggest, is, NATO nations give up their ancient and quarrelsome nationality and identities, and merge with Mother Russia, to for One Euro World. This will save billions in defense spending. Russia and Putin will no longer be THE ENEMY. And, because Putin has embraced Christianity, it is fitting he be the Euroo Czar. With the defunding of the Democratic Party, there will only be One Party.
I have been very dismayed because Von Bullshyster won the White House. Three days ago I almost gave up. Then I discovered (thanks to Genealogist Jimmy Rosamond) that we are kin to Rosamond Clifford. Our fight is before us. I do not know where Jimmy stands. I have been compiling the history that is needed to overcome the Trump-Putin Empire. Mu fight has just begun!
It’s is the Spirit of Fair Rosamond that I see upon the knoll. She is on a great Frisian horse. She is wearing black amore. There is a White-Red Rose on the banner she carries. I can just read the motto…….
“Death takes no prisoners”
I suggest the descendants of the House of York and Lancaster unite and form a New British Union to do battle with Putinhead and Bullshyster. Let us wage cyber warfare with the foes of Britain and NATO.
To arms! To your keyboards!