The Wilson-Rosamond Altered Lineage

Over a year ago a man who claimed he was a Wilson told me my lineage to Bohemian Royalty was wrong. He began to SEVER this line. Here is one SNIP he made on June 26, 2021. There are others. The NAME OF THE FATHER of Thomas Rosamond, has been SNIPPED! I have to take time to mend it and write a complaint. This is the real DaVinci Code. I suspect neo-Confederate, William Rozier, got one of his traitors to alter the Rosamond-Leigh line that connects me to General Robert E. Lee. Here is the original line that begins with the father of my grandfather…

William Wilson William Rosamond’s 8th. Great Grandfather | Rosamond Press

John Presco

Wilson Family of Windsor Castle | Rosamond Press

Sir John Robert Wilson II, Earl of Cuper, Burgess of Edinborough (1425–1492) • FamilySearch

When Sir John Robert Wilson II, Earl of Cuper, Burgess of Edinborough was born in 1425, in Cupar, Fife, Scotland, his father, john robert thomas wilson, was 15 and his mother, Angelina Ellison bull, was 15. He married Lady Ada Antoinette Erasmus in 1445, in Canongate, Edinburgh, Edinburghshire, Scotland, United Kingdom. They were the parents of at least 6 sons. He died in 1492, in Bradfield, Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom, at the age of 67.

When Lady Ada Antoinette Erasmus was born in 1425, in Cham, Bavaria, Germany, her father, Baron Erkinger IV. Eramus of Senshiem, 1st Baron von Schwarzenberg, was 63 and her mother, Princess Barbara von Abensberg, was 27. She married Sir John Robert Wilson II, Earl of Cuper, Burgess of Edinborough in 1445, in Canongate, Edinburgh, Edinburghshire, Scotland, United Kingdom. They were the parents of at least 6 sons. She died in 1460, in Cupar, Fife, Scotland, at the age of 35, and was buried in Liverpool, Lancashire, England, United Kingdom.

Sir John Robert Wilson II, Earl of Cuper, Burgess of Edinborough1425–1492Lady Ada Antoinette Erasmus1425–1460Marriage: 1445Sir John William Wilson1440–1536Christopher Wilson1446–1520James Wilson1450–1492Sir John Wilson Kt, Burgress of Fife1450–1492Sir Thomas Wilson1451–1470lord william wilson1452–1469

Erkinger I von Seinsheim, Baron of Schwarzenberg – Wikipedia

Margarethe von Rosenberg : Family tree by Christoph GRAF von POLIER (cvpolier) – Geneanet

Erkinger I von Seinsheim, Baron of Schwarzenberg

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to navigationJump to searchErkinger I von Seinsheim

Erkinger I von Seinsheim, Baron of Schwarzenberg[1] (also Erkinger VI von Seinsheim; born 1362 in Stephansberg (Kleinlangheim); died December 11, 1437; buried in Astheim Charterhouse) was the chief hunter of the Prince-Bishopric of Würzburg. From 1416 he had the title of Imperial Councilor. He was raised to the Freiherr (baron) and banner lordship in 1429. Erkinger is considered the progenitor of the later Franconian-Bohemian Princes of Schwarzenberg.

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Erkinger von Seinsheim was born in 1362 as the first and only son of Michael I von Seinsheim. His mother was Margarethe von Rosenberg, whom his father married after the death of his first wife.[2] Michael von Seinsheim was the captain of the Marienberg Fortress. Erkinger grew up at Stephansberg Castle near Haidt.

After his father’s death on July 30, 1399, Erkinger took over the possessions. The family was wealthy and the young nobleman was able to increase the family property by buying additional property. In 1399 he bought the village of Astheim by Volkach, in 1406 he became the chief hunter of the Prince-Bishopric of Würzburg. On June 2, 1409, Erkinger and his first wife Anna von Bibra transferred the village of Astheim to the Carthusian order as an endowment. The Astheim Charterhouse became a burial place for the family beginning with Anna.

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Robert Wilson
Also Known As:“Willson”
Birthdate:circa 1675
Birthplace:Ireland
Death:November 03, 1745 (65-74)
Augusta County, Virginia
Immediate Family:Husband of Jane Wilson
Father of Matthew WillsonThomas WilsonJanet HolmesCol. John Wilson, House of BurgessesRobert Willson and 3 others
Managed by:Private User
Last Updated:June 26, 2021

Sarah Rosamond (Willson) (1726 – 1790) – Genealogy (geni.com)

Robert Wilson (c.1675 – 1745) – Genealogy (geni.com)

John Wilson (1702 – 1773) – Genealogy (geni.com)

Robert willson

Robert Willson, 1669 – 1745

Robert Willson was born in 1669, at birth place , to Willson and Agnes Willson (born Waterston) .Agnes was born in 1687, in Barony, Lanarkshire, Scotland.Robert was baptized on monthday 1667.He had 8 siblings: James Wilson , EPHRAIM WILLSON and 6 other siblings.Robert married Jane Willson (born Lee) in 1693, at age 24 at marriage place .Jane was born on November 7 1672, in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.They had 10 children: John Burgess Wilson , Matthew # Willson and 8 other children .Robert passed away on monthday 1745, at age 76 at death place , Virginia.

William Wilson Jr (abt. 1585 – 1640)

Rev DrWilliamWilsonJrBorn about  in Glasgow, Lanarkshire, ScotlandSon of [father unknown] and [mother unknown][sibling(s) unknown]Husband of Janet (Struthers) Wilson — married [date unknown] [location unknown]DESCENDANTS descendantsFather of Robert Wilson and Margaret (Wilson) Watson

Jane De Leigh (Lee) (1672–1743) • FamilySearch

Jane Wilson (Lee) (1672 – 1743) – Genealogy (geni.com)

Robert Wilson (1669-1745) | WikiTree FREE Family Tree

John Wilson (1646-1750) | WikiTree FREE Family Tree

Denied Natural Enjoyment of Family Tree

Posted on July 11, 2021 by Royal Rosamond Press

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Sarah Rosamond (Willson) (1726 – 1790) – Genealogy (geni.com)

Robert Wilson (c.1675 – 1745) – Genealogy (geni.com)

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Wilson Family of Windsor Castle | Rosamond Press

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Robert Wilson (c.1675 – 1745) – Genealogy (geni.com)

1669 Edinburgh

Jane De Leigh (Lee) (1672–1743) • FamilySearch

Jane Wilson (Lee) (1672 – 1743) – Genealogy (geni.com)

Robert Wilson (1669-1745) | WikiTree FREE Family Tree

John Wilson (1646-1750) | WikiTree FREE Family Tree

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The Wilson-Leigh Line To Bohemia | Rosamond Press

Here is Robert Wilson. His father is not mentioned. Someone has been tampering with this linage. The lawsuit I will bring against the law firm of Robert Brevoort Buck, will be because he and Sydney Morris denied me the natural enjoyment of My Family Tree and My Family History. The Bible begins with a Family Tree, thus this natural enjoyment is of a religious nature. Many people record births and deaths in The Family Bible. Buck sold our family to outsiders who were hostile to my niece, the Adult Heir. Buck&Morris – knew this! Here is my kin who published a natural history of our pioneer family.

Christine Rosamond Benton WANTED everything to go to her two daughters, so these two artists could carry on Creative Family Traditions, thus, she would oppose her hirelings from being sold everything – and given legal permission to write our history, and, make a movie about us. Rosamond would be very happy – and amazed – at the family history I have discovered and recorded in this blog. I was very discouraged by Robert Buck, but, kept going. There is something in Family Blood, that does not quit, and thus family heroes make famous history. I am doing what comes – natural! Buck&Morris created a PERVERTED ESTATE!

John Presco

Family Tree Estate Planning – Family Tree Estate Planning (familytreeplanning.com)

Planning to leave a family legacy? Why writing a will is not enough – RBC Wealth Management

“About 20 years ago, when you first drew up a will, you decided to leave the lake cabin to your daughter, and your sailboat to your son—both to be passed on to them upon your death. And you haven’t touched the will since.

But what if you’ve remarried, and now have two step-children? What if the sailboat is long gone, and now you feel passionate about leaving an endowment to the nonprofit where you volunteer?

In the coming years, an estimated $3.2 trillion in assets is expected to transfer from one generation to the next in the United States. Our Wealth Transfer Report, produced with research partner Scorpio, highlights the importance of preparing for the coming shift in generational wealth. It’s increasingly important for families to ensure that the plans they’ve laid out for the transfer of their estate keep pace with their ever-changing lives.

Of the 1,235 Americans surveyed, slightly more than half, or 54 percent, have a will in place, but only 30 percent have a full wealth transfer plan. There’s no question that a will is a good place to start. But in many cases, it may not be enough to adequately distribute family assets, preserve family wealth, and create a long-term legacy that reflects the family’s values and wishes for future generations.”

FAMILY HISTORY OF CHRISTINE ROSAMOND BENTON

Christine drowned trying to save her eight year old daughter who went fishing with Shamus Dundon, and, Vicki Presco. My sister ran down from the house, and jumped in the sea to save my niece.

Matthew Willson, b. abt 1694, Londenderry, Ireland, d. ca 1720 along with his wife. Drowned off the coast of France while immigrating to America. Their two sons were saved and the book implies they were probably raised by their grandparents, Robert and Jane Willson.

Immigrant Robert Willson (b. 1670 in Edinburgh, Scotland) married to Jane Lee (b. 1672 in Scotland) came with their family to America in the 1720s and lived a few years in PA before settling in the Shenandoah Valley of VA in the 1730s. This book follows several families through the hard times in the colonies, to the hard times in Scotland and Ireland, even into involvement with the notorious Campbell clan of Scotland. Frequent surnames: Campbell, Fortner, Larew/La Rue, Moore, Neville, Wilson, etc. (384pp. illus. index. hardcover. Author, 2015.)

Princess Barbara von Abensberg (1398–1448) • FamilySearch

Sir John William Wilson (1440–1536) • FamilySearch

When Princess Barbara von Abensberg was born in 1398, in Abensberg, Kelheim, Bavaria, Germany, her father, Johann (Jobst) Von Abensberg, was 26 and her mother, Agnes Ursula Von Schaunberg, was 32. She married Baron Erkinger IV. Eramus of Senshiem, 1st Baron von Schwarzenberg on 21 February 1422. They were the parents of at least 7 sons and 3 daughters. She died on 2 November 1448, in Astheim, Volkach, Kitzingen, Bavaria, Germany, at the age of 50, and was buried in Astheim, Volkach, Kitzingen, Bavaria, Germany.

Robert Wilson

  • BIRTH 1669 Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh, Scotland / 1675 Ireland
  • DEATH 1745 (aged 75–76) Augusta County, Virginia, USA

https://www.werelate.org/wiki/Person:Robert_Wilson_%2889%29

Children

  1. Thomas Wilson 1696 – Bef 1773
  2. Matthew Wilson Abt 1698 – Abt 1717
  3. Robert Wilson Est 1700 to 1720 – Aft 1773
  4. Col. John Wilson, of the House of Burgesses 1702 – 1773

Burial record:

https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/125368200/robert-wilson

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  • Birth: unknown
  • Death: 1745, Augusta County, Virginia, USA

CHRONICLES OF THE Scotch-Irish Settlement IN VIRGINIA EXTRACTED FROM THE ORIGINAL COURT RECORDS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY 1745-1800 Page 1.

ABSTRACTS OF WILLS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY, VIRGINIA. AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT. WILL BOOK NO. 1. page 5

–Robert Willson, in Shanadore in Virginia, will dated 3d November, 1745. Wife, Jane; estate except such as is nominated of the hole head to son John. Son, John; daughter, Jannet Holmes, 20 shillings; daughter, Catrin Bell, 20 shillings; nephew (?), Robert Holmes; daughters, Elizabeth, Jane, Frances. Executors, Wm. Long and James Alexander. Teste: Jno. Patterson, Gabriel Holmes, James Bell. Proved, 11th February, 1745, by John Patterson. Proved, 16th April, 1745, by Gabriel Holmes.

It is assumed the correct spelling for the surname was Wilson

  • Spouse: Jane Wilson
  • Son: John Wilson
  • Daughter: Jannet Holmes
  • Daughter: Catrin Bell
  • Daughter: Elizabeth Wilson
  • Daughter: Frances Wilson
  • Burial: Unknown




  • Created by: Harvey Bell
  • Record added: Feb 19, 2014
  • Find A Grave Memorial# 125368200

Robert Willson, b. prob. Edinburgh Scotland, ca. 1670. d. 1746, Augusta County, VA. married Jane Lee, b. 7 Nov 1672, Direlton, Scotland in abt. 1683/4. She was still alive when Robert died. Jane’s parents are shown as Thomas Lee and Anne Davis. Robert and Jane moved to Londenderry, Ireland where their children were born, and then immigrated to PA, and later to the Augusta County, VA area. They had nine known children.

  • 1. Matthew Willson, b. abt 1694, Londenderry, Ireland, d. ca 1720 along with his wife. Drowned off the coast of France while immigrating to America. Their two sons were saved and the book implies they were probably raised by their grandparents, Robert and Jane Willson.
  • 2. Thomas Willson (our main interest), b. abt 1695, will proved 18 May 1773 in Augusta County, VA. (There is an abstract of Thomas’ will in Chalkley’s Chronicles.) He married Elizabeth Dinwiddie abt. 1718, I believe in Ireland. According to my Rosamond cousin who made the connection between John Roseman/Rosamond and Sarah Willson, who was the daughter of Thomas Willson and Elizabeth Dinwiddie Willson, Thomas came to VA in 1737, while Elizabeth and the children didn’t come until 1740, immigrating through Pennsylvania.vThe book shows Elizabeth Dinwiddie as the daughter of either Robert Dinwiddie and Elizabeth Cuming, or Lawrence Dinwiddie and Sarah Gartshore. This would make her birth date either April 1689, or October 1695 In Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. They located finally in Fairfield, Rockbridge County, VA. They had eight children. The dates I’m showing came from the Wilson researcher I was in touch with and I haven’t personally confirmed them. These children are not mentioned in the book, other than a sentence saying Thomas and Elizabeth had eight known children. a. Matthew Willson (1718 – 1783) b. Samuel Willson (abt 1720 – ?) c. Nathaniel Willson (abt 1724 – ?) d. Rebekah Willson (abt 1728 – ?) e. Martha Willson f. Elizabeth Willson g. Rhoda Willson h. Sarah Willson (b ca 1726, Londonderry, Ireland – bef 1790, Abbeville, SC); married John Roseman, b. UK ca 1710 (could have been England or Ireland); came to Annapolis, Maryland Dec 1725 on the ship Forward from England as an indentured convict. He relocated to Augusta County, VA after 1740 and married Sarah Willson. This is one of our mysteries, when and where they were married. From Chalkley’s Chronicles they owned land, 380 acres, on Moffett’s Creek which they sold in Nov 1765, after which they relocated with their children to the Old 96 District in SC. Their children were Samuel (married Sarah Hodges), James (married 1st ??, 2nd Mary Daugherty, widow of James Daugherty in SC, in the 1790s), Margaret (married Bartholomew Weems), Jean (never married) and Sarah F. (married Richard Hodges, brother of Sarah who married Samuel). The birth dates of their children are unknown, as well as the dates they were married, and our other big mystery is the name of the wife of James Rosamond, but it could have been another Hodges sibling of Richard and Sarah, or Lettice Jones, sister of Adam Crain Jones. I have information on the rest of their spouses as well extensive information on their numerous descendants.
  • 3. Robert Willson, b. abt 1700, will proved 16 Dec 1788, Augusta County, VA.His wife was named Rachel and they married in Londonderry. I haven’t seen his will but supposedly Robert and Rachael had seven children. I don’t have their names.
  • 4. John Willson, b. abt 1701 in Ireland. He married Martha Crouchman in 1723. He was a member of the VA House of Burgess from 1745 to 1773. He was an elder in the North Mountain Presbytarian church. John and Marth are buried at Glebve Cemetery in Augusta County, VA. The book contains the wording of their gravestone.
  • 5. Elizabeth Willson, b. abt 1704 in Londonderry, Ireland. m. John Mitchell in Lancaster County, PA abt. 1730. They later moved to Augusta County, VA. John’s will was proved 20 Aug 1771. They had at least seven children. Again, I don’t have the names of the children.
  • 6. Janet Willson, b. abt 1706, m. Gabriel Holmes abt 1730. They almost moved to Augusta County, VA.
  • 7. Catrin Willson b. abt 1708, m. James Bell, also moved to Augusta County, VA.
  • 8. Jane Willson, b. in the 1710s, mentioned in her father’s will.

The Wilson-Leigh Line To Bohemia

Posted on June 8, 2019 by Royal Rosamond Press

Robert E. Lee is related to the Schwarzenberg Family who are trying to get their castle back that you see above. I am kin to these rulers of Bohemia. No way am I going to throw Robert away, or, to the dogs. Let the Nobodies begin their family trees and do things worthwhile and noteworthy. It’s a free country! Have at it!

John Presco

https://ancestors.familysearch.org/en/LZGW-WMM/christopher-wilson-1446-1500

https://ancestors.familysearch.org/en/L85S-ZW3/robert-legh-ii-1324-1382Sir John Robert Wilson1425-1492Marriage: 1445Canongate, Midlothian, Scotland

Lady Ada Antoinette Erasmus

Lady Ada Antoinette Erasmus1430-1489Children (3)

Christopher Wilson

Christopher Wilson1446-1500

Sir John William Wilson

Sir John William Wilson1450-1492

Sir Thomas Wilson

Sir Thomas Wilson1451-1470

Christopher
Christopher Wilson
1446-1500
Marriage: about 1475
Bradfield, Yorkshire, England

Lady Ellen Leigh
1454-1525
Children (4)

Ralph Wilson
1474-

John Wilson
1478-1536

Reginald Wilson
1484-

Richard Wilson
1486-1530

Peter Legh, Esq.
Birthdate:circa 1320
Birthplace:Booths Hall,Norbury,Cheshire,England
Death:August 10, 1399 (75-83)
Lyme Hall,Disley,Cheshire,England (beheaded) 
Place of Burial:Macclesfield, Cheshire, England, United Kingdom
Immediate Family:Son of Robert Legh, of Adlington and Matilda (Maud) de Norley
Husband of Cicely Legh and Margaret Legh, of Clifton
Father of Jenkin LeghSir Piers Legh II, of Lyme HallJohn Leigh, of Ridge and Matilda Legh
Brother of Margaret Susannah AsshetonLady Susannah Radcliffe, of AdlingtonThomas Legh, of AdlingtonWilliam Legh, of KnottsfordJohn Legh, of Lyme and 4 others
Half brother of Robert de Legh, of Adlington and Margaret Ashton

The Leghs of Lyme were a gentry family seated at Lyme Park in CheshireEngland, from 1398 until 1946, when the stately home and its surrounding parkland were donated by the 3rd Lord Newton to The National Trust.

Since the Middle Ages various spellings of this ancient surname have been used : Legha LeeLegheLeigh and Leyghe; there were also variations on Peter, eg. Piers and Peers, the family’s most oft-used given name.[1] The first Sir Piers Legh, of Lyme, was knighted in 1397 and assumed as a coat of arms those of his mother, Matilda de Norley, in lieu of his ancient patrilineal Leigh arms.[2]

For ease of distinguishing between the earlier generations, it became customary to append a Roman numeral to the various Leghs‘ names; in this case the numbering system is as used in The National Trust Handbook for Lyme Park.

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