Monthly Archives: May 2021

Honoring Germans Who Fought For Freedom

I was going to send an e-mail to a woman at the San Mateo Historical Society, but then found this article on the monument Germany is considering of an American Veteran, Carl Schurz. I was going to point out the … Continue reading

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Rosamond Family – Real Texan Good Ol Boys

My kin fought alongside Francis Marion, ‘The Swamp Fox’. My grandfather, Frank Rosamond, was named after Francis. as where other members of the Rosamond family. John REGARDING SARAH JANE HODGES AND MARION FRANCIS “FRANK” ROSAMOND >From 1850 Choctaw County, MS … Continue reading

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Country Q-roud Control For God

This event is “croud funded”. Croud is a archaic word for crowd. The 3% will guard the Holy Cowboy Vortex. Two years ago I infiltrated them dressed as the Anti-Christ. We took no prisoners. Those celebrating Gay Rights – cleaned … Continue reading

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The Royal Self-Publisher

My grandfather, Royal Rosamond, was a self-publisher. He ran for office in Ventura as a Socialist. His good friend was Dashiell Hammet, and may have named his youngest daughter after Lilian Hellman, who was brought before the Un-American Activities hearing … Continue reading

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The Bridge

The Bridge The history of my homelessness led me to study the Priory de Sion. I was living in North Sacrament when I told Sonny Barger’s son to tell his mother to stop selling drugs. He was not happy. Two … Continue reading

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Stella Maris

Originally posted on Rosamond Press:
Stella Maris means ‘Star of the Sea’. The name Marion means ‘star of the sea’ The name MARION FRANCIS ROSAMOND would read ‘Frankish Star of the Sea and Rose of the World’. The Franks have…

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The Roseville Telephone Company

Originally posted on Rosamond Press:
My grandmother Melba Wilkens lived next door to members of the Doyle family in Roseville California. The Doyles owned a small telephone company according to my father. Bob Doyle acted as president of the Roseville Telephone…

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The Hidden Seed of Roseville

Originally posted on Rosamond Press:
The city of Roseville, founded by my kindred, Ezekiel Rose, is in dire trouble. It is dying! I am still working on my letter to Ed Ray. I am going to challenge him and his…

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Rosemary Rosamond of Camarillo

Originally posted on Rosamond Press:
Rosemary by Christine Rosamond Try as they may, the fake outsider family historians can not take away the truth that my mother, Rosemary Rosamond-Presco gave birth to four children, and two of them became very…

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Ramblen Wild Jack Rodeo

Capturing Beauty by John Presco Ramblen Jack Elliot played alot at the Jabberwocky. Edith Sedgwick grew up on a ranch in Santa Babrara and rode horses. She is depicted as – mentally ill. Harry, Meghan, and Orpra Winfrey took giant … Continue reading

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