Author Archives: Royal Rosamond Press

About Royal Rosamond Press

I am an artist, a writer, and a theologian.

The Hidden Seed of Roseville

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 university to do a study … Continue reading

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Is Trump Insane?

Sincerely straight people are asking if Trump is insane. What is clear, he has a deep resentment and loathing for all Democrats for dare running against him, and is taking it real personal. The President of the United States of … Continue reading

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William Crawford On Warpath

Colonel William Crawford’s ancestors, are my ancestors.  Did he know Captain Ezekiel Rose was his kin? These warriors would lead 489 armed men against the Indians. Most of them were Scot-Irish. It was at the end of the Revolutionary War … Continue reading

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Victoria’s Crazy-Ass Parade

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Jon ‘The Seer’ saw it coming in his Ian Fleming novel ‘The Royal Janitor. All Catholic leaders are aware of the battles between the Catholics and the Protestants. The Colonel’s Crazies dress like Scottish Warriors…

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Blondeel and the Beligiam 5th. SAS

I have a candidate for Ian Fleming’s James Bond. Eddy Blondeel exceeds all qualifications, and performed miracles in bringing woe to the Nazis. He trained the Belgium Secret Air Services at Loudoun castle. I suspect Fleming could not mention Blondeel … Continue reading

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The Rose of Wallace

Tonight, on Saint Patty’s Day, I called up my friend Ed Corbin, and told him we are related. I read him a part of Bind Harry’s poem; “Nor will I here his mother’s kindred hide: She was a lady most … Continue reading

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Sally Hull

The Rev. Joseph Hull was born in 1596 in Crewkerne, Somersetshire, England. He was educated at St. Mary’s Hall, Oxford, receiving his B. A. Degree. Here is the possible line to Commodore Isaac Hull who may be my great uncle … Continue reading

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