Walking…With Rain In My Shoes

 Renee ©2012

This post is for the golden love of my life. Holding you…like magic in my arms.

President Prescott Walker Bush was born August 10, 1922. He married Barbara Pierce, the daughter of  Marvin Pierce and Pauline Robinson Pierce.

 President George W. Bush was born July 6, 1946. He married Laura Lane Welch.

Also note:

9. Flora SHELDON was born on 17 Mar 1872 in Franklin Co, Ohio. She died on 4 Sep 1920 in Watch Hill, Rhode Island. Samuel Prescott BUSH and Flora SHELDON had the following children:

    4 i. Prescott Sheldon BUSH

10. George Herbert WALKER was born on 11 Jun 1875 in St. Louis, Missouri. He died on 24 Jun 1953 in New York City, New York. George Herbert WALKER and Lucretia (Loulie) WEAR were married on 17 Jan 1899 in St. Louis, Missouri.

http://genealogy.about.com/od/presidents/p/george_bush.htm

Next:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elizabeth_Ann_Duke

aka Danielle, Bailey, WEIR *NOTE* WEAR/WEIR etc..

Next….

John H. Johnson was the founder of Johnson Publishing. He married Eunice Walker Johnson. Survived by Linda Johnson Rice. Linda is an execuitive of  Johnson Publishing.

Johnson Publishing CEO is Desiree Rogers. Desiree is a descendant of Voudou princess Marie Laveau Glapion. She is listed as the daughter of Roy and Joyce Glapion. Desiree was married to John W. Rogers. John connects to Craig Robinson, the brother of Michelle Robinson Obama.

Next….

T. Cullen Davis. His father was Kenneth Davis (see Ken Davis Industries)

Mark Gribben goes as far to say that Cullen Davis was “the model for the villainous J.R. Davis believes his paternal grandfather’s full name was William Seldon Davis.11 …. All About T. Cullen Davis. 

http://www.genealogymagazine.com/cullendavis.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Susan_Rice

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Condoleezza_Rice

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Desiree_Rogers

Desirée Glapion Rogers (born June 16, 1959) is an American business executive who is the Chief Executive Officer of Johnson Publishing Company. In November 2008 she was selected by Barack Obama‘s office as the White House Social Secretary for the incoming administration, the first person of African American descent to serve in this function. On February 26, 2010, the Chicago Sun-TimesLynn Sweet reported that she planned to step down.[1] Rogers was replaced by Julianna Smoot, former chief of staff to the U.S. Trade Representative Ron Kirk. Smoot was the Obama presidential campaign chief fund-raiser. On August 10, 2010, Rogers was named CEO of Johnson Publishing Company.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ron_Kirk

Spouse(s) Matrice Ellis

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elizabeth_Mooney_Kirk

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Percy_Sutton

 * Percy ELLIS Sutton * NOTE*

ENRON* Northern Trust, Joe SUTTON of Enron, Arthur Andersen etc..

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gray_Davis

Davis;

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nancy_Reagan

Robinson, Sinclair, etc…

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Niihau

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isaac_Davis_(Hawaii)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theo_H._Davies_%26_Co.

http://www.geditcom.com/samples/Obamas/

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26 Responses to Walking…With Rain In My Shoes

  1. drkate says:

    And big hugs to you from me too…no one knows like a mother, no strength is greater than Mom’s. Prayers everywhere for you, a candle on 24 hours a day.

  2. drkate says:

    The work done here is extremely important…we cannot deny the connections that Renee has identified and when pulled together, form an extremely disturbing picture of the net which surrounds and encases us. Try this on for size:

    http://noisyroom.net/blog/2012/10/19/a-lesson-in-history-from-stalin-to-vietnam-to-november-6-2012-theyre-all-connected/

  3. Renee says:

    http://resources.rootsweb.ancestry.com/surnames/w/a/WALKER/

    Walker and Watt Family
    Searching:
    Page
    Graham
    Parker
    Taylor
    Green
    Booth
    Annesley
    Chisum/Chisholm
    Andrew
    Pigford
    Lee
    Campbell
    Robinson
    Ellis * (see Percy Sutton family of Texas as well as King Hussein wife# 2 Muna aka Tony Gardnier and parents names PERCY and Sutton) Also see Grubbs and Ellis and connection to MILLER family real estate, department store Rhodes and Miller and Miller Beer. Percival/ Perci/ Pearce/ Pierce/ Piers/ Pierson etc…
    Warren
    Anwyl
    Newton
    Rolla Livingston Page
    Smith
    Moody
    Powell
    Lyle/ Little/ Liddell/ Lyttle
    Lloyd
    Hand
    Shipley
    Lambrecht
    Mill
    Standley

    Find the nearest Edwin Watts Golf locations in Jacksonville, FL with our Edwin Watts Golf store locator.

    http://www.inquisitr.com/486693/sandy-hook-truthers-say-robbie-parker-video-is-evidence-of-hoax/

    http://www.celtarts.com/genealogy.htm

    http://www.wikitree.com/genealogy/PAGE
    Did Jemina Page have a sister Pricilla ?

    See Whitney Hill, Texas.**

    Rolla Livingston Page 1894 – 1972 Hill, Texas, United States
    Rolla Livingston Page
    Born July 11, 1894 in Hill, Texas, United States
    Son of Isham Chisum Page and Mina Page Monroe
    Brother of Mattie Page, Martha Caroline Page, Rolen Page, Phillip Monroe Page, Mary Era Page, Zora Lee Page, Lillie Mae Page, Dona L Page and [private sister (1910’s – 1990’s)]
    [spouse(s) unknown]
    [children unknown]
    Died February 15, 1972 in San Angelo, Tom Green, Texas, United States
    Profile manager: Felicia Warren [send private message] | Last profile change on 22 January 2013
    22:18: Felicia Warren imported the data for Rolla Livingston Page from Warren_Walker _ Rutledge_Modgl.ged edited the data for Rolla Livingston Page [Thank Felicia for this]
    This page has been accessed 3 times.

    Arthur Middleton Young
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arthur_M._Young
    Spouse(s) Priscilla Page
    Ruth Forbes

    http://www.arthuryoung.com/ruth.html
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruth_Paine
    Ruth HYDE Paine*

    Pricilla Livingston Johnson McMillan w/ Marina Oswald

    See also Nica Rothschild*
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charlie_Parker

    Parker/ Shand/ Bowes:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Camilla,_Duchess_of_Cornwall

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Parker_Pen_Company

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quanah_Parker

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parker_Brothers
    Parker Brothers was founded by George S. Parker and Frederick Huntington “Fred” Parker. Parker’s philosophy deviated from the prevalent theme of board game design; he believed that games should be played for enjoyment and did not need to emphasize morals and values. He created his first game, called Banking, in 1883 at the age of 16.[2] Banking is a game in which players borrowed money from the bank and tried to generate wealth by guessing how well they could do. The game included 160 cards which foretold their failures or successes. The game was so popular among family and friends that his brother, Charles Parker urged him to publish it. George approached two Boston publishers with the idea, but was unsuccessful. Not discouraged, he spent $40 to publish 500 sets of Banking.[2] He eventually sold all but twelve copies, making a profit of $100.[2]

    Parker founded his game company, initially called the Parker and Parker Company, in his hometown of Salem, Massachusetts in 1883. When George’s brother Charles joined the business in 1888, the company’s name was changed to its more familiar form. In 1898 a third brother, Edward H. Parker, joined the company. For many years, George designed most of the games himself, and wrote all the rules. Many games were based on important events of the day: Klondike was based on the Alaskan gold rush, and War in Cuba was based on the impending Spanish-American War.

    http://www.bluediamond.com/index.cfm?navid=391
    Blue Diamond Growers (Almonds)
    T.C. Tucker
    Founder: J.P. Dargitz
    Board:
    B.G. Walton
    George Pierce
    C.D. Hamilton
    M.B. Ayars
    H.C. McMahon
    Charles Dumars
    Ray Vaughn
    Delbert Birdseye
    Fred Montgomery
    Howard Isom
    Clinton Shick

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mark_Isham

    *HARRIS*

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walton_Walker

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walkers_Shortbread

    NOTE* Hudson*
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Walker_(actor)
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Walker,_Jr.
    Note* Jennifer JONES*

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johnnie_Walker

    https://thesandymonocle.wordpress.com/2012/12/25/christmas-holiday-shopping-adventure/
    Miller and Rhodes, Miller Beer, Cecil Rhodes, DeBeers and diamonds in Africa, Kimberly Mine, Rothschild, William Rhodes Davis, T Cullen Davis, Gov. Gray Davis of California, Enron, Northern Trust etc..

    Gray-Davis-Rhodes- Curry- Khourey- Currie- Forbes etc..
    https://thesandymonocle.wordpress.com/2012/09/16/dinner-at-curry-korner-again/

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clementine_Hunter
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rielle_Hunter
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hunter_Douglas
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tommy_Douglas
    At the age of fifteen, Douglas began an amateur career in boxing at the One Big Union (OBU) gym in Winnipeg.[7] Weighing 135 pounds, Douglas fought in 1922 for the Lightweight Championship of Manitoba; and after a six round fight won the title.[7] Douglas sustained a broken nose, a loss of some teeth, and a strained hand and thumb.[7] Douglas successfully held the title the following year.[7]

    In 1930 Douglas married Irma Dempsey, a music student at Brandon College. They had one daughter, actress Shirley Douglas, and they later adopted a second daughter Joan, who became a nurse. His grandson is the actor Kiefer Sutherland.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jack_Dempsey

    Walker/ Lowe/ Lloyd/ Lambert/ Mellon:
    Known as Bunny, she is the eldest child of Gerard Barnes Lambert, Sr., a president of Gillette Safety Razor Co. and a founder of Warner-Lambert (Warner-Lambert is now part of Pfizer, following a 2000 merger).[1] One of her grandfathers, chemist Jordan Lambert, invented Listerine, although it was her father who commercialized it.[2] Her mother was the former Rachel Lowe. She had two siblings: Gerard Barnes Lambert, Jr. (1912–1947; married Elsa Cover, former wife of Angus D. Mackintosh); and Lily Cary Lambert (1914–2006; married William Wilson Fleming and John Gilman McCarthy).[1]

    Mellon’s parents divorced in 1933, and in 1934, her mother re-married her former brother-in-law, Dr. Malvern Bryan Clopton, the widower of Gerard Lambert, Sr.’s sister, Lily Lambert Walker. In 1936, Gerard Lambert, Sr. also was re-married, to Grace Cleveland Lansing Mull, the former wife of John B. Mull and a daughter of Henry Livingston Lansing.[citation needed]

    Forbes Magazine has been unable to put any sort of definitive number on Mellon’s net worth since much of her fortune is tied up in trusts, but it is apparent that she is both extraordinarily wealthy and very private. In 2011, it was revealed that she had lost US$5.75M to investment adviser and convicted Ponzi scheme operator Ken Starr. Her attorney, Alex Forger, said: “She’s well off, but assets are not liquid.” She maintains homes in Antigua, Nantucket, and Oyster Harbors on Cape Cod, but two apartments in Paris and a townhouse in New York City were recently sold.[2] Her main residence, Oak Spring Farms, a 4,000-acre (1,600 ha) estate in Virginia, has its own 1-mile (1,600 m) long airstrip for her Falcon 2000.[3][4] She amassed an extraordinary collection of works by artist Mark Rothko, having purchased many of his 1950s works directly from his New York studio. One of the works, Yellow Expanse, is considered one of the greatest works that remains in private hands.[4][5]

    Mellon has long been known for her maximum discretion and minimum exposure. In a rare 1969 New York Times article, she proclaimed that “nothing should be noticed”.[6]

    [edit] MarriagesRachel Lowe Lambert married Stacy Barcroft Lloyd, Jr. in Philadelphia in 1932.[7] Lloyd served in the Office of Strategic Services during World War II. They divorced in 1948. They had two children:

    Stacy Barcroft Lloyd, III
    Eliza Winn Lloyd (died May 7, 2008; married and divorced Viscount Moore).[8] In May 2000, Eliza was hit by a truck while crossing a Manhattan street and suffered a severe brain injury. She became quadriplegic and unable to speak. She spent the remaining eight years of her life under round-the-clock care at Oak Spring Farms.[2][9]
    Lambert and Lloyd became close friends of banking heir and art collector Paul Mellon and his first wife, Mary Conover, who died of an asthma attack in 1946. After she divorced Lloyd, Paul and Bunny were married on May 1, 1948.[4] By this marriage, she had two stepchildren, Timothy Mellon and Catherine Conover Mellon (later Mrs. John Warner and now known as Catherine Conover). Together the couple collected and donated more than 1,000 works of art, mostly eighteenth- and nineteenth-century European paintings, to the National Gallery of Art.[10] The couple also bred and raced thoroughbred horses, including a winner of the Kentucky Derby.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rachel_Lambert_Mellon
    Known as Bunny, she is the eldest child of Gerard Barnes Lambert, Sr., a president of Gillette Safety Razor Co. and a founder of Warner-Lambert (Warner-Lambert is now part of Pfizer, following a 2000 merger).[1] One of her grandfathers, chemist Jordan Lambert, invented Listerine, although it was her father who commercialized it.[2] Her mother was the former Rachel Lowe. She had two siblings: Gerard Barnes Lambert, Jr. (1912–1947; married Elsa Cover, former wife of Angus D. Mackintosh); and Lily Cary Lambert (1914–2006; married William Wilson Fleming and John Gilman McCarthy).[1]

    Mellon’s parents divorced in 1933, and in 1934, her mother re-married her former brother-in-law, Dr. Malvern Bryan Clopton, the widower of Gerard Lambert, Sr.’s sister, Lily Lambert Walker. In 1936, Gerard Lambert, Sr. also was re-married, to Grace Cleveland Lansing Mull, the former wife of John B. Mull and a daughter of Henry Livingston Lansing.[citation needed]

    Forbes Magazine has been unable to put any sort of definitive number on Mellon’s net worth since much of her fortune is tied up in trusts, but it is apparent that she is both extraordinarily wealthy and very private. In 2011, it was revealed that she had lost US$5.75M to investment adviser and convicted Ponzi scheme operator Ken Starr. Her attorney, Alex Forger, said: “She’s well off, but assets are not liquid.” She maintains homes in Antigua, Nantucket, and Oyster Harbors on Cape Cod, but two apartments in Paris and a townhouse in New York City were recently sold.[2] Her main residence, Oak Spring Farms, a 4,000-acre (1,600 ha) estate in Virginia, has its own 1-mile (1,600 m) long airstrip for her Falcon 2000.[3][4] She amassed an extraordinary collection of works by artist Mark Rothko, having purchased many of his 1950s works directly from his New York studio. One of the works, Yellow Expanse, is considered one of the greatest works that remains in private hands.[4][5]

    Mellon has long been known for her maximum discretion and minimum exposure. In a rare 1969 New York Times article, she proclaimed that “nothing should be noticed”.[6]

    [edit] MarriagesRachel Lowe Lambert married Stacy Barcroft Lloyd, Jr. in Philadelphia in 1932.[7] Lloyd served in the Office of Strategic Services during World War II. They divorced in 1948. They had two children:

    Stacy Barcroft Lloyd, III
    Eliza Winn Lloyd (died May 7, 2008; married and divorced Viscount Moore).[8] In May 2000, Eliza was hit by a truck while crossing a Manhattan street and suffered a severe brain injury. She became quadriplegic and unable to speak. She spent the remaining eight years of her life under round-the-clock care at Oak Spring Farms.[2][9]
    Lambert and Lloyd became close friends of banking heir and art collector Paul Mellon and his first wife, Mary Conover, who died of an asthma attack in 1946. After she divorced Lloyd, Paul and Bunny were married on May 1, 1948.[4] By this marriage, she had two stepchildren, Timothy Mellon and Catherine Conover Mellon (later Mrs. John Warner and now known as Catherine Conover). Together the couple collected and donated more than 1,000 works of art, mostly eighteenth- and nineteenth-century European paintings, to the National Gallery of Art.[10] The couple also bred and raced thoroughbred horses, including a winner of the Kentucky Derby.

    Abby Huntsman: Romney’s Chen Guangcheng Criticism Was ‘Very … abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/2012/05/abby-huntsman-romneys-chen-guangcheng-crit…

    May 4, 2012 … Abby Huntsman Livingston, daughter of the former presidential candidate Jon Huntsman, waded into the controversy surrounding the Chinese

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lowe's

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lowes_Foods

    http://www.ageofautism.com/2012/01/sir-crispin-davis-and-james-murdoch-no-longer-on-gsk-board.html
    Sir Crispin Davis and James Murdoch No Longer on GSK Board
    The Wall Street Journal reports that James Murdoch, son of beleaguered media mogul Rupert Murdoch, whose empire is embroiled in scandal, has stepped down from the GlaxoSmithKline board. See WSJ online HERE. In addition, Sir Crispin Davis, former Chief Executive of Reed Elsevier, which owns The Lancet, which published the paper that included Dr. Andrew Wakefield’s MMR information, is leaving the board after a nine year tenure.

    The heir to Rupert Murdoch’s media empire has quit the board of Britain’s biggest drugs company in the wake of the phone hacking scandal.

    James Murdoch joined GlaxoSmithKline less than two years ago.

    He has come under fire from MPs who have questioned him about signing off out-of-court settlements to hacking victims without a full picture of what had gone on at the News of the World.

    He was forced to deny misleading Parliament over the extent of his knowledge.

    Glaxo said Mr Murdoch’s decision to turn his back on the £98,000 role was entirely his own.

    Chairman Chris Gent said: ‘James has taken this decision to focus on his current duties as non-executive chairman of BSkyB and following his decision to re-locate to the United States as chairman and chief executive, international, of News Corporation.’

    John Stone has written about both Murdoch and Davis and their proximity to the Dr. Andrew Wakefield MMR Lancet Paper BMJ topic.

    http://www.amcolan.info/Patton/Patton.php
    Bartlett
    Bowles
    Coats
    Curtis
    Dutton
    England
    Graham
    Hearst
    Patton
    Rogers
    Rowe
    Starr
    Williamson

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marion_Davies

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foote_%26_Davies_Company
    Foote & Davies Company was the most important book printer in early Atlanta.

    Founded in 1887, their first office and plant was 65 Alabama St just west of the depot (at Underground Atlanta, it would be just west of the Johnny Rockets). But by 1910 they had moved to a large plant located south west of Grant Park, in the triangle northeast of where Capitol Ave hit the Belt Line on Milton. They published many biographical sketches of locals and specialty items like school yearbooks. By the late 1960s, operations had moved to Doraville, Georgia.

    Works published include:

    1891 The Fogy Days and Now, or The World Has Changed, Dave U. Sloan (Atlanta’s first telegraph operator)
    1894 Life in Dixie During the War, Mary A.H. Gay
    1894 A Historical Sketch of the University of Georgia, A.L. Hull
    1896 The Code of the State of Georgia Adopted December 15, 1895
    1896 John Ashton: A Story of the War Between the States, Capers Dickson
    1897 A History of Marlboro County, J.A.W. Thomas
    1901 Campaigns of the Confederate Army, Augustus Longstreet Hull
    1901 High Living and High Lives, Warren A. Candler
    1904 Richard Peters, Nellie Peters Black
    1909 Georgia in the War 1861 – 1865, Charles Edgeworth Jones
    1911 The Code of the State of Georgia: Adopted August 15, 1910, John L. Hopkins
    1912 Ada Beeson Farmer a Missionary Heroine of Kuang Si South China, Wilmoth A. Farmer
    1913 Notable Men of Atlanta and Georgia, 156 pages
    1914 The Gate City of the Sunny South: Atlanta Beautiful and Progressive, Adolph Schwarz
    1914 Early History of Jackson County, Georgia, G.J.N. Wilson
    1916 Facts About Georgia, Georgia Chamber of Commerce
    1923 A Handbook of the Sign Language of the Deaf, J.W.B.Michaels
    1924 History Of The Public Domain Of Georgia, S.G. McLendon
    1932 History of Irwin County, James Bagley Clements
    1935 History of Troup County, Clifford L. Smith
    1937 History of Colquitt County, W.A. Covington
    1949 The Old Hokum Bucket, Ernest Rogers
    1951 The Columns of Athens: Georgia’s Classic City, William Columbus Davis
    1951 Know Your Georgia, C.J. Holleran
    1952 Wit and Wisdom of Georgia Law, John L Respess, Jr
    1955 Afterthoughts, William Franklin Jenkins (Georgia Supreme Court justice)
    1957 History of the Georgia Power Company 1855-1956, Wade H. Wright
    1960 No Ifs, No Ands, A Lot of Butts: 21 Years of Georgia Football, Ed Thilenius & Jim Koger
    1964 Cason Callaway of Blue Springs, Paul Schubert
    1968 Georgia’s Third Force: Thoughts and Comments on the People of Georgia and Their Government, William R. Bowdoin
    1968 Atlanta. Its Lore, legends and Laughter Elise Reid Boylston
    Retrieved from “http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Foote_%26_Davies_Company&oldid=534832117″

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clark_Atlanta_University

    *NOTE* DAVIES*
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Princess_Lilian,_Duchess_of_Halland

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