New Wendlings – A Green Newspaper

I just found out Jack London descends from the Cogswell Family. His mother’s people were Puritans that founded Lynn, not far from where Kerouac was born – in Lowell. An ancestor of Thomas Pynchon was a Puritan. My kin were Puritans. This is huge! It looks like I am the California Moses, the Prodigal Son, who must go home again in order to lead My Bohemian People to the Promised Land, that may be a Bohemian State of Mind.

It is now official….I am the reincarnation of Jack London, and, he is my Walk-on! His parents were mystics – descended from Puritan Mystics! Watch this video of The Red Star Son at the Cogswell house, connecting this family with the Miller family. Joaquin Miller was a Bohemian Autor – and King of Bohemians Oakland!

I will make the case in  a court of law, where the genealogies of White People are intrinsic to our identity, because, it mattered who our ancestors ARE in making new bonds. 

I see The New London Wendlings as a new political party that will use our votes to take power away from our foes – who appear to be EVERYONE! Our political motto will be…

“How far from Lynn to Lowell my Chosen Bohemian People? Not far! Not far – at all!

John ‘Son of The Lone Red Star’

 

https://statesymbolsusa.org/symbol-official-item/california/state-flag/flag-california#:~:text=The%20once%20common%20California%20grizzly,white%20background%20stands%20for%20purity. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k0eN0KXjnqQ

http://www.cogswellfamily.org/djc.html 

Jack London was born January 12, 1876.[9] His mother, Flora Wellman, was the fifth and youngest child of Pennsylvania Canal builder Marshall Wellman and his first wife, Eleanor Garrett Jones. Marshall Wellman was descended from Thomas Wellman, an early Puritan settler in the Massachusetts Bay Colony.[10] Flora left Ohio and moved to the Pacific coast when her father remarried after her mother died. In San Francisco, Flora worked as a music teacher and spiritualist, claiming to channel the spirit of a Sauk chief, Black Hawk

Thomas sailed from Barbados to Massachusetts and settled in Lynn about 1640, where he married Elizabeth (whose family surname has not been discovered) about 1642. At the time of his death, he owned 180 acres of land in Lynn. Their home on the east side of Summer Street in Lynn was occupied by several generations of Wellmans before being demolished in the 1830s.[1]

Second generation of Thomas Wellman’s family[edit]

Thomas Wellman and his wife Elizabeth had five children: Abraham (born about 1643-died about 1717), Isaac (born about 1647-died after 1724), Elizabeth (born about 1660-died 1740), Sarah (born about 1662), and Mary (born about 1664).[1]

  • Abraham married Elizabeth Cogswell (born about 1648-died 1736) about 1668. She was the daughter of John Cogswell of Ipswich, Massachusetts. Abraham inherited half of his father’s land and the family home. Abraham and his wife Elizabeth made grand jury depositions concerning Sarah Cole of Lynn during the Salem witch trials. Abraham and his wife Elizabeth had eight children:[1]

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I am going to ask for contributors to Royal Rosamond Press, and if that works out, I would like to start a new inclusive newspaper for The Recovery of The Earth.

John Presco

Stop the destruction of these boats! March on the Buck Empire and insist the Buck Foundation provide safe and livable craft.

California city destroys dozens of boats people call home to clear floating community (msn.com)

Augustus John, Ian Fleming, and Ben Toney | Rosamond Press

In the late nineteenth century, three men were ranked as the best writers of tales from the South Seas: Herman Melville, Robert Louis Stevenson, and Charles Warren Stoddard. Stevenson and Stoddard were not only contemporaries, they had intersecting lives. As described by RLS inThe Wrecker,their first meeting was in the bohemian district of San Francisco at a time when Stevenson was just beginning his life of travel and Stoddard was…

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