For Immediate Release:
Royal Visit to The White House
Kamuela, HI Wednesday, November 2, 2005 – Today distant cousins will be meeting for the
first time at The White House (for relationship calculations to each other and
others, please visit http://www.familyforest.com/Royal_Wedding.html).
Prince Charles and President Bush have more in common than
just some of the same ancestors they begin sharing 14 generations ago, and two
of them are related to Jamestown, VA.
According to the generation-by-generation family ties now
mapped out in the Family Forest®, Prince Charles and President Bush both had
ancestors (different ones) who were early settlers of Jamestown, the setting
for the upcoming New Line Cinema “The New World” motion picture coming to
theaters at Christmas.
It may seem unlikely that Prince Charles would have any
American ancestors, but according to recorded history, his mother Queen
Elizabeth is descended from Colonel Augustine Warner who was an early Jamestown
settler (and who was also an ancestor of President George Washington, Governor
Meriwether “The Explorer” Lewis, General Robert E. Lee, General George Patton,
Joanne Woodward, and many others).
The second Jamestown connection is that both may be a part of the America’s 400th
Anniversary: Jamestown 2007 commemoration, a series of events to be held
in Virginia and the United Kingdom. The year 1607 was the beginning
of the arrivals in America of the early Jamestown ancestors of probably more
that 50 million living Americans (and of course, at least a few British).
A third item that both Prince Charles and President Bush
have in common is the fact that each of them has more of their ancestral
history lineage-linked in the Family Forest® than can be seen anywhere else.
They are also each lineage-linked to far more of their everyday Americans
Some additional Family Forest® links that relate to Prince
(this one leads to a surprising Prince Charles kinship report)
(this one is about Prince Charles’ father and grandfather).
Millisecond Publishing Company, Inc. is the home of the
Family Forest® Project, and the latest state-of-the-art presentation is the Family Forest® Leadership
Edition. Please explore some of the links at www.familyforest.com/site_map.html
for many examples of why the Family Forest® is called the world’s most
interconnected digital resource for ancestral history.
Contact: Millisecond Publishing Company, Inc.
Kristine M. Harrison