The Bad Manners Of Spicers And Chilies From A Rut

©Renee 2013

In the past, I did a post on Auma Obama. She married Ian Manners. Auma is Obama’s sister from Kenya. Auma is also connected to Germany. They have a daughter.

Auma Obama

Barack Obama’s half-sister, born c. 1960, to Kezia, his father’s first wife. As of July 2008, she was a development worker in Kenya. She studied German at the University of Heidelberg from 1981 to 1987. After her graduation in Heidelberg, she went on for graduate studies at the University of Bayreuth, earning a PhD in 1996. Her dissertation was on the conception of labor in Germany and its literary reflections. Auma Obama has lived in London. In 1996 she married an Englishman, Ian Manners, although they have since divorced. They have a daughter named Akinyi (b. 1997). In 2011 Auma Obama was interviewed for Turk Pipkin‘s documentary Building Hope.
Assigned to SEAL Team 3, Sniper Element Charlie platoon within the Naval Special Warfare Command, and with over four tours of duty, Kyle served in many major battles of the Iraq War. His first long-range kill shot was taken during the initial invasion, when he shot a woman approaching a group of Marines with a hand grenade in her hand. As ordered, he opened fire, killing the woman before she could attack.For his deadly track record as a marksman during his deployment to Ramadi, the insurgents named him Shaitan Ar-Ramadi (English: The Devil of Ramadi), and put a $20,000 bounty on his head that was later increased to $80,000.In 2008, outside Sadr City, he made his longest successful shot, after he spotted an insurgent with a rocket launcher near a U.S. Army convoy at a range of 2,100 yards (1.9 km). He fired a shot from his .338 Lapua Magnum-chambered McMillan TAC-338 sniper rifle killing the insurgent as told in his book American Sniper. During four tours of duty in Iraq, Kyle was shot twice and caught up in six separate IED explosions.  His other weapons included the Mk 12 sniper rifle, M4 carbine and a .300 Winchester Magnum sniper rifle.

Kyle left the U.S. Navy in 2009, and moved to Midlothian, Texas, with his wife, Taya, and two children. He ran Craft International, which provides military, law-enforcement, and civilian training, as well as private security and protection until his death. In 2012, Harper Collins released Kyle’s autobiographical book American Sniper. Kyle also paired with FITCO Cares Foundation, a non-profit organization which created the Heroes Project to provide free in-home fitness equipment, individualized programs, personal training, and life-coaching to in-need veterans with disabilities, Gold Star families, or those suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder On August 13, 2012, Kyle appeared on the reality television show Stars Earn Stripes, which features celebrities pairing up with a special operations or law enforcement professional who will train them in weapons and combat tactics. Kyle was teamed with actor Dean Cain.

On Saturday, February 2, 2013, Kyle and a companion, Chad Littlefield, were shot and killed at the Rough Creek Lodge shooting range in Erath County, Texas by 25-year-old fellow veteran Eddie Ray Routh, whom Kyle and Littlefield had purportedly taken to the gun range in an effort to help him with his post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

More is covered here:

Craft International notes the others in the company here:

Key Executives for Craft International, LLC

Chief Operating Officer and Vice President
Vice President of Business Development
Consultant of International Operations
Now, let us take this information and make a connection to Africa again.
The Russian connection:
Now in Africa, there was a girl, a rich one that was from the Armour meat family. Her name was Alice, and she can be found here:

Let’s meet up with Alice again in Africa with Joss Hay and the rest of the Happy Valley set as well as the Armour family. They traveled the globe and were quite free spirits. Swinging parties, drugs and rich tastes lead to interesting adventures. We will follow them here.

Silverthorne was a first-cousin once removed to J. Ogden Armour and Writer Paul Spicer, who wrote a biography of Alice, argues that Julia Chapin died from ….. In his investigative book, White Mischief, journalist James Fox mentions a

The Temptress: The Scandalous Life of Alice de Janze – …

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Jul 20, 2010 The author, Paul Spicer, is the son of one of the Happy Valley set, Margaret Spicer, and apparently got interested in–even obsessed with –the


Alice. Now Alice had a friend, a friend connected to the Queen of England. Her name was  Lady Margaret Spicer. Her son wrote a book on Alice and the Armour family and the Happy Valley set of Africa. (see above)

The strangest thing happens when one searches in the family tree  of Lady Margaret Spicer. Let me show you:

Margaret Island is a member of the Queen Elizabeth Islands and the Canadian Arctic Archipelago in the territory of Nunavut. It is an irregularly shaped island located 36 km (22 mi) south of Stewart Point, Devon Island. Baillie-Hamilton Island is to the south, and Dundas Island is one km to the west.

^ “Stewart Point, Nunavut, Canada”. Retrieved 2008-06-26.

And next: And then we find the family connections to Lady Margaret Spicer:

Ruth, Ruth, Routh, Rath, Roth, Rus, Rusk, Rust, Rizk, Ritz etc.. goes right back to that MANNERS name.:

Rutland 1

  • Anne Plantagenet, Duchess of Exeter, * 1439, + 1476, Md.2), Sir Thomas St.Leger, + 1483 executed on the orders of King Richard III.
  • A1. Anne St.Leger, + 1526, Md., Sir George Manners, 11th Baron de Ros of Helmsley, * c. 1470, + 1513.
    • B1. Thomas Manners, 1st Earl of Rutland (1525), 12th Baron de Ros of Helmsley, K.G., P.C., * before 1492, + 1543, Md.1) 1513, Elizabeth Lovell, + 1513, d. of Sir Robert Lovell; Md.2), Eleanor Paston, + 1551, d. of Sir William Paston, of Paston, Norfolk.
      • C1. Henry Manners, 2nd Earl of Rutland, K.G., * 1526, + 1563, Md.1) 1536, Lady Margaret Nevill, + 1559, d. of Ralph Nevill, 4th Earl of Westmorland.
        • D1. Edward Manners, 3rd Earl of Rutland, K.G., * 1549, + 1587, Md. 1573, Isabel Holcroft, * c. 1552, + 1606, d. of Sir Thomas Holcroft, of Vale Royal, Cheshire.
          • E1. Elizabeth Manners, Baroness de Ros of Helmsley in her own right, + 1591 in childbirth, Md. 1589, William Cecil, 2nd Earl of Exeter, * 1566, + 1640.
            • F1. William Cecil, 16th Baron de Ros of Helmsley, * 1590, + 1618, Md. 1616, Anne Lake, d. of Sir Thomas Lake.
        • D2. John Manners, 4th Earl of Rutland, K.B., * 1552, + 1588, Md. c. 1575, Elizabeth Charlton, + 1595, d. of Francis Charlton, of Apley Castle, Shropshire.
          • E1. Edward Manners, * & + 1576.
          • E2. Roger Manners, 5t Earl of Rutland, K.B., * 1576, + 1612, Md. 1599, Elizabeth Sidney, * 1585, + 1612, d. of Sir Philip Sidney.
          • E3. Francis Manners, 6th Earl of Rutland, K.G., K.B., P.C., * 1578, + 1632, Md.1) 1602, Frances Knyvett, + 1605, d. of Sir Henry Knyvett.
            • F1. Katherine Manners, Baroness de Ros of Helmsley in her own right, + 1649, Md.1) 1620, George Villiers, 1st Duke of Buckingham (1623), * 1592, + 1628 fatally stabbed by John Felton in the High Street, Portsmouth. A public house named after Buckingham now stands near the site.
              • G1. George Villiers, 2nd and last Duke of Buckingham, K.G., P.C., * 1628, + 1687.
            • Md.2) 1635, Randal MacSorley MacDonnell, 2nd Earl and 1st Marquess of Antrim, * 1609, + 1682.
          • Md.2) 1608, Cecily Tufton, + 1653, d., of Sir John Tufton, 1st Bt.
            • F2. Henry Manners, + 1613 an infant of alleged witchcraft.
            • F3. Francis Manners, + 1620 an infant of alleged witchcraft.
          • E4. George Manners, 7th Earl of Rutland, * c. 1580, + 1641, Md. 1605, Frances Carey, living in 1644, d. of Sir Edward Carey, of Aldenham and Berkhamsted.
          • E5. Oliver Manners, Hon. Sir.
          • E6. Bridget Manners, Lady, + 1604, Md. 1594, Robert Tyrwhitt, of Kettleby, Lincolnshire, + 1617.
            • F1. William Tyrwhitt, of Kettleby, Lincolnshire, + 1642, Md. c. 1624, Hon. Katherine Browne, d. of Anthony Maria Browne, 2nd Viscount Montague.
              • G1. Robert Tyrwhitt, of Kettleby, Lincolnshire, * c. 1618, + 1648, Md., Elizabeth ?
              • G2. Francis Tyrwhitt, + 1673, Md., Elizabeth Lloyd, d. of Robert Lloyd.
                • H1. Catherine Tyrwhitt, living in 1715, Md., Sir Henry Hunloke, 2nd Bt., + 1715.
                  • I1. Thomas Windsor Hunloke, Sir, 3rd Bt., of Wingerworth Hall, Derbyshire, + 1752, Md., Charlotte Throckmorton, d. of Sir Robert Throckmorton. 2nd Bt.
                    • J1. Henry Hunloke, Sir 4th Bt., of Wingerworth Hall, Derbyshire, + 1804, Md. 1769, Margaret Coke, * 1738, + 1821, d. of Wenman Coke, of Longford.
                      • K1. Thomas Windsor Hunloke, Sir, 5th Bt., * 1773, + 1816, Md. 1807, Anne Eccleston Scarisbrick, * 1788, + 1872, d. of Thomas Eccleston Scarisbrick, of Scarisbrick Hall, Ormskirk, Lancashire.
                        • L1. Henry Hunloke, Sir, 6th Bt., of Wingerworth Hall, Derbyshire, + 1856.
                        • L2. Charlotte Hunloke, * 1808, + 1857.
                        • L3. Eliza Margaret Hunloke, of Scarisbrick Hall, Ormskirk, Lancashire, + 1878, Md. 1835, Leon Biodos, Marquis de Casteja.
                      • K2. James Hunloke, Sir, 7th Bt., of Birdholme and Wingerworth Hall, Derbyshire, + 1856.
                      • K3. Henry Edward Hunloke, * 1775, + 1799.
                      • K4. Charlotte Constance Hunloke, * 1770, + 1772.
                      • K5. Margaret Elizabeth Hunloke, * 1772, + 1855.
                      • K6. Charlotte Susannah Hunloke, * 1774, + 1862, Md. 1822, William Charles Keppel, 4th Earl of Albemarle, G.C.H., P.C., * 1772, + 1849.
                      • K7. Marina Jane Hunloke, * 1777, + 1799.
                      • K8. Henrietta Frances Hunloke, * 1783, + 1811, Md. 1799, Sir John Shelley (later Shelley Sidney), 1st Bt. (1818), of Penshurst Place, Kent, * 1771, + 1827, ISSUE SEE HERE.
                    • J2. James Hunloke, * 1729, + 1777.
                    • J3. Catherine Hunloke, * 1721, + 1762.
                    • J4. Barbara Hunloke, * 1730, + 1733.
                    • J5. Marina Hunloke, * 1730, + 1748.
                    • J6. Henrietta Hunloke, * 1732, + 1733.
                  • I2. Robert Hunloke, Md., Anne Carver, d. of Marmaduke Carver.
                  • I3. Elizabeth Hunloke, Md. 1705, George Heneage, of Hainton, ISSUE SEE HERE.
          • E7. Frances Manners, Lady, * 1588, + c. 1643, Md. 1603, William Willoughby, 3rd Baron Willoughby of Param, * 1584, + 1617.
            • F1. Henry Willoughby, 4th Baron Willoughby of Parham, * 1612, + young.
            • F2. Francis Willoughby, 5th Baron Willoughby of Parham, * 1613/4, + 1666, Md. c. 1629, Hon. Elizabeth Cecil, d. of Edward Cecil, Viscount Wimbledon.
              • G1. Robert Willoughby, * 1629, + 1630.
              • G2. William Willoughby, Hon., * c. 1638, + 1661.
              • G3. Diana Willoughby, Hon., * c. 1625, + 1648, Md. 1645, Heneage Finch, 3rd Earl of Winchilsea, * c. 1628,+ 1689.
              • G4. Frances Willoughby, Hon., Md. c. 1659, William Brereton, 3rd Baron Brereton, * 1631, + 1679.
                • H1. John Brereton, 4th Baron Brereton, * 1659, + 1718, Md. 1686, Mary Tipping.
                • H2. Francis Brereton, 5th Baron Brereton, * 1662, + 1722.
              • G5. Elizabeth Willoughby, Hon., + 1695, Md. 1662, Richard Jones, 1st Earl of Ranelagh, * 1641, + 1712.
                • H1. Edward Jones, Lord Navan, * 1675, + 1678.
                • H2. Elizabeth Jones, Lady, * 1665, + 1758, Md. 1684, John FitzGerald, 18th Earl of Kildare, * 1661, + 1707.
                • H3. Frances Jones, Lady, * 1674, + 1715, Md. 1698, Thomas Coningsby, 1st Earl of Coningsby, * 1656, + 1729.
                  • I1. Margaret Coningsby, Countess of Coningsby in her own right, * 1709, + 1761, Md. 1730, Sir Michael Newton, 4th Bt., + 1743.
                  • I2. Frances Coningsby, Lady, Md. 1732, Sir Charles Hanbury-Williams, * 1709, + 1759.
                    • J1. Charlotte Hanbury-Williams, + 1790, Md. 1759, Hon. Robert Boyle (later Boyle-Walsingham), M.P., * 1736, + 1779, s. of Henry Boyle, 1st Earl of Shannon (1756), P.C., ISSUE SEE HERE.
                    • J2. Frances Hanbury-Williams, + 1759, Md. 1754, William Anne Holles Capell (later Capel), 4th Earl of Essex, * 1732, + 1799, ISSUE SEE HERE.
            • F3. William Willoughby, 6th Baron Willoughby of Parham, * c. 1616, + 1673, Md. c. 1636, Anne Carey, * c. 1615, +, d. of Sir Philip Carey, of Hunslet, ISSUE SEE HERE.
            • F4. Frances Willoughby, Hon., + 1649, Md., Sir Bulstrode Whitelocke, of Chilton, * 1605, + 1675, ISSUE SEE HERE.
            • F5. Elizabeth Willoughby, Hon.
          • E8. Mary Manners, Lady.
          • E9. Anne Manners, Lady, Md., Sir George Wharton.
        • D3. Elizabeth Manners, Lady, Md. 1573, Sir William Courtenay, M.P., de jure 3rd Earl of Devon, of Powderham Castle, * c. 1553, + 1630, ISSUE SEE HERE.
      • C2. John Manners, Hon. Sir, + 1611, Md., Dorothy Vernon, + 1584, d. of Sir Geroge Vernon, of Nether Haddon (he was known as the “King of the Peak”).
        • D1. George Manners, Sir, * c. 1570, + 1623, Md. 1593, Grace Pierrepont, d. of Sir Henry Pierrepont, of Holme-Pierrepont, ISSUE SEE HERE.
        • D2. Grace Manners, + 1634, Md. c. 1590, Sir Francis Fortescue, K.B., M.P., of Salden, Buckinghamshire, + 1623, s. of Sir John Fortescue, Chancellor of the Exchequer, ISSUE SEE HERE.
      • C3. Roger Manners, Hon., of Uffington, + 1607.
      • C4. Thomas Manners, Hon. Sir, * c. 1541, + 1591, Md. 1571, Theodosia Newton, d. of Sir Thomas Newton, ISSUE SEE .
      • C5. Oliver Manners, Hon., * 1543, + 1563.
      • C6. Gertrude Manners, Lady, + 1556, Md. c. 1548, George Talbot, 6th Earl of Shrewsbury, K.G., * c. 1528, + 1590, ISSUE SEE .
      • C7. Anne Manners, Lady, Md. 1538, Henry Nevill, 5th Earl of Westmorland, * 1525, + 1563, ISSUE SEE .
      • C8. Frances Manners, Lady, + 1576, Md. c. 1553, Henry Nevill, 6th Baron Abergavenny, * c. 1527, + 1587, ISSUE SEE HERE.
      • C9. Katherine Manners, Lady, + 1572, Md., Sir Henry Capel, of Raines Hall, Essex, ISSUE SEE .
      • C10. Elizabeth Manners, Lady, Md., Sir John Savage, of Rock Savage, Cheshire, + 1597, ISSUE SEE .
    • B2. Oliver Manners, Sir.
    • B3. Anthony Manners.
    • B4. Richard Manners, Hon. Sir, Md., Margaret Dymoke; Md.2), ?
      • C1. John Manners.
    • B5. John Manners.
    • B6. Anne Manners, Hon., Md., Sir Henry Capel, of Raines Hall, Essex, ISSUE SEE .
    • B7. Eleanor Manners, Hon., + 1547, Md., John Bourchier, 2nd Earl of Bath, * c. 1499, + 1561, ISSUE SEE .
    • B8. Elizabeth Manners, Hon., Md. c. 1513, Thomas Sandys, 2nd Baron Sandys, + c. 1560, ISSUE SEE .
    • B9. Katherine Manners, Hon., + 1559, Md., Sir Robert Constable, of Everingham, Yorkshire, + 1558, ISSUE SEE .
    • B10. Margaret Manners, Hon., Md.1), Sir Henry Strangways, + 1544, ISSUE SEE ; Md.2), Robert Heneage, Auditor of the Duchy of Lancaster.
    • B11. Cicely Manners.

Now you will note Erskine, Bowles and Childers/ Childs/ Shields/ Chiles/ Chiles etc..on the Lassie post:

So spicy, and there is more:

Sandline International was a private military company based in London, established in the early 1990s. It was involved in conflicts in Papua New Guinea in 1997 (having a contract with the government under the then Prime Minister Julius Chan) causing the Sandline affair, in 1998 in Sierra Leone (having a contract with ousted President Kabbah) and in Liberia in 2003 (in a rebel attempt to evict the then-president Charles Taylor near the end of the civil war). Sandline ceased all operations on 16 April 2004. On the company’s website, a reason for closure is given:

The general lack of governmental support for Private Military Companies willing to help end armed conflicts in places like Africa, in the absence of effective international intervention, is the reason for this decision. Without such support the ability of Sandline to make a positive difference in countries where there is widespread brutality and genocidal behaviour is materially diminished

Sandline International was a private military company based in London, established in the early 1990s. It was involved in conflicts in Papua New Guinea in 1997 (having a contract with the government under the then Prime Minister Julius Chan) causing the Sandline affair, in 1998 in Sierra Leone (having a contract with ousted President Kabbah) and in Liberia in 2003 (in a rebel attempt to evict the then-president Charles Taylor near the end of the civil war). Sandline ceased all operations on 16 April 2004. On the company’s website, a reason for closure is given:

The general lack of governmental support for Private Military Companies willing to help end armed conflicts in places like Africa, in the absence of effective international intervention, is the reason for this decision. Without such support the ability of Sandline to make a positive difference in countries where there is widespread brutality and genocidal behaviour is materially diminished.

Sandline was managed by former British Army Lt Col Tim Spicer. Sandline billed itself as a “Private Military Company” (PMC) and offered military training, “operational support” (equipment and arms procurement and limited direct military activity), intelligence gathering, and public relations services to governments and corporations. While the mass media often referred to Sandline as a mercenary company, the company’s founders disputed that characterisation. A commercial adviser for Sandline once told the BBC that the firm saw themselves differently from mercenaries, stating that they were an established entity with “established sets of principles” and that they employed professional people. He reiterated that the firm would not accept contracts from groups or governments that would jeopardise its reputation.

Spicer recounted his experiences with Sandline in the book An Unorthodox Soldier.


And from Charles Taylor at wiki link above we get this:

During his term of office, Taylor was accused of war crimes and crimes against humanity as a result of his involvement in the Sierra Leone Civil War (1991–2002). Domestically, opposition to his regime grew, culminating in the outbreak of the Second Liberian Civil War (1999–2003). By 2003, he had lost control of much of the countryside and was formally indicted by the Special Court for Sierra Leone. That year, he resigned as a result of growing international pressure and went into exile in Nigeria. In 2006, the newly elected President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf formally requested his extradition, after which he was detained by UN authorities in Sierra Leone and then at the Penitentiary Institution Haaglanden in The Hague, awaiting trial. He was found guilty in April 2012 of all eleven charges levied by the Special Court, including terror, murder and rape. In May he was sentenced to 50 years in prison.

Charles Taylor
22nd President of Liberia
In office
2 August 1997 – 11 August 2003
Vice President Enoch Dogolea
Moses Blah
Preceded by Ruth Perry (Chairperson of the Council of State)
Succeeded by Moses Blah
Personal details
Born Charles McArthur Taylor
(1948-01-28) 28 January 1948 (age 65)
Arthington, Liberia
Political party National Patriotic Party
Spouse(s) Jewel Howard (1997–2006)

Now other Taylor’s we found before again:

Katherine Mary Dunham was born in June, 1909 in a Chicago hospital and taken as an infant to her parents’ home in Glen Ellyn, Illinois, a village about fifteen miles west of Chicago. Her father, Albert Millard Dunham, was a descendant of slaves from West Africa and Madagascar. Her mother, Fanny June Dunham (née Taylor), who was of mixed French-Canadian and Native American heritage, died when Katherine was three years old. After her father’s remarriage a few years later, the family moved to a predominately white neighborhood in Joliet, Illinois, where Mr. Dunham ran a dry cleaning business.
And another Taylor: *Claudia ALTA TAYLOR Johnson*

Patrick F. Taylor (June 12, 1937 – November 6, 2004) was an American businessman, who was founder and CEO of the independent oil company Taylor Energy Company.

Taylor graduated from Louisiana State University with a degree in petroleum engineering. After working for independent oilman John W. Mecom, Sr., he established a consulting company. Along with Mecom, he founded the Circle Bar Drilling company in the 1970s. After Circle Bar was sold, he started Taylor Energy Company. Taylor Energy became the largest privately held oil and gas company in the Gulf of Mexico.


And John W. Mecom got the oil rights to Jordan from King Hussein.

And about that JOHNSON name: Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and:

Spouse(s) Nancy Sale Johnson Rashad (m. 1977–2001)

Born to dentist Andrew Arthur Allen and poet Vivian Ayers in Harris County, TX. As a child, Phylicia, her older brother Andrew (called Tex), and younger sister, Debbie Allen, lived in Mexico to escape US racism. She also has another brother, Hugh Allen (a real estate banker in North Carolina). Their mother… See full bio »

Like that name SIMON MANN….
Now, one last Taylor, and it goes to a BOWMAN/BauMANN/ Bauman, but first remote sensing:

Professor Paul R. Baumann Department of Geography State University of New York College at Oneonta Oneonta, New York 13820


Valerie Bowman Jarrett (born November 14, 1956) is a Senior Advisor to the President of the United States and Assistant to the President for Public Engagement and Intergovernmental Affairs in the Obama administration. She is a Chicago lawyer, businesswoman, and civic leader. Prior to that she served as a co-chairperson of the Obama-Biden Transition Project.

Born in Shiraz, Iran to American parents James E. Bowman and Barbara Taylor Bowman. Her father, a pathologist and geneticist, ran a hospital for children in Shiraz in 1950, as part of a program where American physicians and agricultural experts sought to help jump-start developing countries’ health and farming efforts.

When she was five, the family moved to London for one year, later moving to Chicago in 1963.

In 1966 her mother was one of four child advocates that created the Erikson Institute.…

3 days ago English: A man helps a friend along at the 2005 Boston Marathon, near mile · Emily Be The Helpers – Boston’s Jeff Bauman Needs Money


h/t Kat says:  The double amputee who is the *witness* to a bomb placement by Tamarlan said he LOOKED the bomber in the eyes – yet Tamarlan was wearing SUNGLASSES in every pic…


Doctors say this amputee in a wheelchair would have spurted blood, turned white, vomited and blead out in around 2 minutes ?

Did Boston Police Commissioner Edward Davis save the day ? So spicy, Sandy and chiles no ? Not CHILD’s play, that is for sure…

Good Fortune. Like the Hughes,  leGreene, Picard, dit la Fortune (Fontaine), Black, Smith, Chesney, Perrot family ? From Canada ?


Eldred Gregory Peck was born in La Jolla, California, the son of Missouri-born Bernice Mae “Bunny” (née Ayres) and Gregory Pearl Peck, a New York-born chemist and pharmacist. His father was of Irish (maternal) heritage and English (paternal) heritage, while his mother had Scottish and English ancestry. Peck’s father was a Catholic and his mother converted to the religion upon marrying his father. Peck was related to Thomas Ashe, who took part in the Easter Rising fewer than three weeks after Peck’s birth and died while on hunger strike in 1917, through his Irish-born paternal grandmother, Catherine Ashe. Peck’s parents divorced by the time he was six years old and he spent the next few years being raised by his maternal grandmother.
Peke/ Noble/ Cypress/ Hawaii/ Castro/ Gora:
Kaili/Kailihou/Kamaliiwahine (w) – was a Kamehameha descendant. Her siblings were: Kaakau (w); Kamai (k); Nainoaalua (k); Nahuina (w) – hanai/adopted mother of Keohokalole (w) mother of King David Kalakaua; Queen Liliuokalani, et. als.; Meleana (w); and Kaapiipii (w). She legally adopted her grandchildren who were the children of her son Kaluakini (k) and his wife Haili/Kaili/Kalama (w) who was the daughter of Abigail/Kapooloku/ Kapoolohu/ Kapapoko/Poomaikelani/Princess Poomaikelani the sister of Kapiolani/Queen Kapiolani; and Kinoiki (w).

Joseph Gora/Joseph Matsugoro (k) – son of Maria Rodrigues Silveira aka’s daughter of Joseph Sylva/Silva/Silveira/Keo Manuel/Keoki Kealohapauole (k) married to Kekualoa/ Kekua/Kuahine/Luika/Luka/Kaaumoana (w) the hanai/adopted daughter of Kaeha/ Liliuokalani/Kamakaeha/Queen Liliuokalani.

Mary Kuulei Castro (w) – wife of John Kekapu Gora (k), descendant of Nuuanu (k) et. als., Mary Kuulei Castro(w) was a granddaughter of Mele Keawe (w) daughter of David Keawe aka’s son of Keawe (k) son of Konohiki of Kapalama, Oahu – affecting the Rail, named John Kapena/Ioane Kapena (k) and Peke/Peke Davis (w) daughter of Isaac Davis – Counselor of Kamehameha; adopted daughter of John Young/Olohana (claims made as well – affects Halawa Ahupuaa – Pearl Harbor, etc. thru his daughter Kamaikui (w) whose children were Hueu (k); Kale (w); and Peke (w)) – Counselor of Kamehameha; hanai/adopted daughter of Kauikeouli/Kamehameha III. Paulie*

More here: Paulie* and Paulie again, Simeon Ndsandjo, Ruth Beatrice Baker Ndsandjo, Barry Gordy/ Carter, CBS Africa, Robert and Renee Bueller etc…are here:

Kraft/Craft..reminds me of Mama Cass Elliott on their shows: Mama Cass (Ellen Naomi Cohen) reminds me of the Syria post,Daouk/ Duke name again, Rezko and another Cohen:

Sir Ronald Cohen (born 1945) is an Egyptian-born British businessman and political figure, known as “the father of British venture capital and “the father of social investment.

Cohen was born in Egypt; his family are Sephardi Jews, originally from Aleppo, Syria, though his mother, Sonia Douek, is English by nationality. In 1957, following the Suez Crisis, Cohen’s family was forced to abandon all their assets and flee Egyptian President Nassar‘s persecution of Jews, The family (including younger brother Andre) moved to England. Though initially speaking only a few words of English, Cohen went to Orange Hill grammar school in North London, now part of Mill Hill County High School where despite describing it as “a school of very doubtful reputation” he excelled.

Cohen won a scholarship to Oxford University, where he became President of the Oxford Union, and earned a degree in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics at Exeter College. He subsequently attended Harvard Business School, where he was a member of the Harvard Business School Rugby Club.

After leaving Harvard Business School, Cohen worked as a management consultant for McKinsey & Company in the United Kingdom and Italy. In 1972, along with two former business school colleagues as partners, he founded Apax Partners, one of Britain’s first venture capital firms. The company grew slowly at first, but expanded rapidly in the 1990s, becoming Britain’s largest venture capital firm, and “one of three truly global venture capital firms” Apax provided startup capital for over 500 companies, and provided money for many others, including AOL, Virgin Radio, Waterstone’s, and PPL Therapeutics, the company that cloned Dolly the sheep. In 1996 Cohen helped establish Easdaq, a technology focused stock exchange intended to be the European counterpart to the American Nasdaq. He is the recipient of a Jubilee Award for services to Israeli business, awarded by Benjamin Netanyahu and the BVCA’s Lifetime Achievement Award. He is a member of the Harvard Board of Overseers and is also a fellow of Exeter College, Oxford.

The Grand Duchy of Lithuania, Rus and Samogitia (commonly known as Grand Duchy of Lithuania) was a European state from the 12th century until 1795. It was founded by the Lithuanians, one of the polytheistic Baltic tribes from Aukštaitija. The duchy later expanded to include large portions of the former Kievan Rus’ and other Slavic lands, covering the territory of present-day Belarus, Latvia, Lithuania and parts of Estonia, Moldova, Poland, Russia and Ukraine. At its greatest extent in the 15th century, it was the largest state in Europe. It was a multi-ethnic and multi-confessional state with great diversity in languages, religion, and cultural heritage.

Consolidation of the Lithuanian lands began in the late 12th century. Mindaugas, the first ruler of the Grand Duchy, was crowned as Catholic King of Lithuania in 1253. The pagan state was targeted in the religious crusade by the Teutonic Knights and the Livonian Order. The multi-ethnic and multi-confessional state emerged only at the late reign of Gediminas and continued to expand under his son Algirdas. Algirdas’s successor Jogaila signed the Union of Krewo in 1386, bringing two major changes in the history of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania: conversion into Catholicism and establishment of a dynastic union between the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and the Crown of the Kingdom of Poland. Monsanto has a lawsuit with a fertilizer company in West, Texas ? See:

*Boston story has holes ?

Was Robbie PARKER of Sandy Hook parents at the Boston Marathon ? Parker, Paikar, Pakeer, Payker, Pacer, Piker,Parke, Picard, Prichard, Picard, Packer , Pascher (shoes) etc.. (also see Kerry Packer)

Peter Derek Vaughan Prince (Bangalore, 14 August 1915–Jerusalem, 24 September 2003) was an international Bible teacher whose daily radio programme Derek Prince Legacy Radio (presently hosted by author Stephen Mansfield) broadcasts to half the population of the world in various languages. These languages include English, Arabic, Spanish, Croatian, Russian, Malagasy, Tongan, Samoan and four dialects of Chinese. He was probably most noted for his teachings about deliverance from demonic oppression and about Israel. He was best known in Pentecostal and Charismatic circles although his teaching is distinctly non-denominational, a fact that has long been emphasised by his worldwide ministry.
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