How I was murdered in my own home and lived to pay for it.

My Dead Family

My Dead Family - Those Who Disrespect You In Life.

Some of my family, I guess saying they are dead is really rhetorical anyway since not one person told me I had been attacked or that my parents were involved. Murdering your blood will do that to you.

Shucks.

Jones Family Crest

Heb dduw, heb ddim - Without God without anything, Welsh.

Crest: A lion rampant. Motto: Heb dduw, heb ddim Motto Translated: Without God, without anything. Spelling variations include: Jones, Jonas, and others.

"First found in in Denbighshire where they were seated from very ancient times, some say well before the Norman Conquest and the arrival of Duke William at Hastings in 1066 A."

"Some of the first settlers of this name or some of its variants were: Anne Jones who settled in 1648 in Virginia; also settled in Virginia were Charles Jones in 1636; Christopher Jones in 1652; David Jones in 1636; Dorothy Jones in 1654; Edward Jones in 1624; and others."

The blood on the left is significant and incriminating. The involvement of the Church would be plain in that also.

This to me further speaks to the fact this attack was planned in advance. Those on the scene for the lynch mob did not bring a copy of Gray's Anatomy nor did they bring along my family crest to consult how to cut me up in my left arm.

And these people, Doug Golde, et al are involved to make this happen:

Glenn Family Crest

In Scotland the Glen family appears to have been not only ancient, but quite a distinguished one in various ways. The ancient family were of Norman extraction and the ancestor who accompanied Walter FitzAllen from Shopshire, England, to Scotland bore the name of Nase or de Ness. The family of de Ness was from Ness or Ness Strange, near Shrewsbury and descended from the Norman house of l'Estrange, the first of whom is said to have been Guy l'Estrange, younger son of the Duke of Brettanger.

The family in Scotland assumed the name of Glen from the Lordship of Glen, Renfrewshire. This lordship comprised of Bar, Brigend, Lynthills, Gayflat and other lands was granted by David I to Walter Steward; therefore, the first lords were the Stewards, and they, probably through a marriage of the daughter of one of the family to the de Ness line, granted the Lordship to Henry de Ness. Henry de Ness held, under the Steward, the lordship of Glen, in 1180. It seems certain that John de Ness was the father of Lord Richard de le Glen and identical with John Constable of Dunoon, "who was seized of lands in Kildun". "Before 12 Nov. Edward I, 1292, (November 12, 1292, in the reign of Edward the First) Lord Richard under the designation of Richard de le Glen holding this lordship of the King, in capite, confirmed to John de le Glen, his son, (fil mio), his lands called Gayflat, in the tenure of the Glen, which Robert Nase and Cubinus formerly held of his (Richard's) predecessors by the same bounds which Richard his (ie) Lord Richards's uncle held the land of him (Richard) and his predecessors, hereditarily, John de le Glen and his heirs paying one penny yearly on the feast of Penticost at the Court of Glen." "The lordship finally became the property of the monastery of Paisley, the Glens holding the lands of Gayflat, Bar, Brigend and other lands under the Lord Abbots." From the grant of Confirmation we find Gayflat had been the inheritance of Richard, the uncle of Lord Richard, who must have granted it to his grand nephew John, whose father as Lord of the Manor confirmed the gift.

Glens held positions of importance both in Civil and in Military affairs. John de le Glen, of age in 1292, during the revolt of Wallace, commanded troops of Robert Wishard, Bishop of Glasgow. He must have distinguished himself at Bannockburn for immediately after King Robert Bruce granted him the forfeited lands of Balmutache (Balmato) Fife.

John De Glen married a co-heiress of the Abernethy family and had an older son, Robert de Glen. Robert de Glen married a Margaret, daughter of King Robert the Bruce. She was alive February 29, 1363, and as there is no other marriage of record than this one of Robert de Glen, then Margaret was the mother of his children, and hence all the lines of Glen of Bar, Renfrewshire, are of royal lineage. "King David granted Nether Pitedge, King Horn Fife, (adjoining Balmuto) to Robert de Glen; other lands granted to him were Glasgow Forest, Thanedom of Kintare, Aberdeen." Bullock.

Robert de Glen and Lady Margaret Bruce (daughter of King Robert the Bruce) had the following children: 1. William de Glen 2. Robert de le Glen 3. John de le Glen John de le Glen, the younger son of Robert de Glen and Margaret Bruce, had a son Sir John de le Glen who had a grant of the lands of Balmuto. He married Margaret Erskine, coheiress of Sir Alan Erskine.

In 1605-6 Sir James Hamilton and Montgomery, having secured large grants of land in Ulster (Ireland) prepared to plant a colony of Scotsmen in that country. James and John Glen, younger sons of David of Glenlora, removed to Ireland in 1606. These brothers were ancestors of most of that name in Ireland.

Glenn family tradition says that following the American Revolution three brothers Glenn came to America. One was named Daniel, another Robert and another name unknown. It is from one of these brothers that our line probably descends to our Great Great Grandfather, Charles Frederick Glenn but so far we've been unable to make the connection.

My Grandfather Homer Glenn And Lilian Barnes My Grandfather Homer Glenn My Grandfather Homer Glenn My Grandfather Homer Glenn

Grandpa Glenn and Lilian Barnes.

Grandpa Homer Glenn, mom's dad. Not much going on there either:

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Homer Franklin Glenn 1,2,3,4,5 M, b. 7 October 1902, d. 1 November 1986

Father CLARENCE FRANKLIN GLENN b. 2 Nov 1868, d. 7 Feb 1946 Mother BERNICE BROWN b. 15 Sep 1869, d. 25 Apr 1954 Person-Source Person Source 6 Religion* Ransomville, Niagara, New York, USA; Member of the Ransomville Free Methodist Church. Birth* 7 October 1902; Albion, Orleans, New York, USA 1,2,3,4,5 Residence* 1905; Orleans, New York 5 Residence 1910; Albion, Orleans, New York 1 Residence 1920; Porter, Niagara, New York 2 Marriage* 1 April 1924; Principal=Cornelia Orphia Fidelia Nickerson Residence 1930; Niagara Falls, Niagara, New York 3 Divorce* circa 1936; Niagara Falls, Niagara County, New York; Principal=Cornelia Orphia Fidelia Nickerson Retirement* 1965; Niagara Falls, Niagara, New York; Retired from the Carborundum Company after 35 years. Death* 1 November 1986; Niagara Falls, Niagara, New York, USA 4 Burial* 5 November 1986; Cambria, Niagara, New York; North Ridge Cemetery

Family 1 Verna Wife of Homer Franklin Glenn Child Ethel Marie Glenn

Family 2 Cornelia Orphia Fidelia Nickerson b. 26 Aug 1904, d. 26 Jul 1987 Children George Homer Glenn+ Audrey Jane Glenn b. c 1928

Last Edited 11 Mar 2013

Citations:

1. [S11] Ancestry.com, 1910 United States Federal Census, Year: 1910; Census Place: Albion, Orleans, New York; Roll: T624_1061; Page: 5A; Enumeration District: 143; Image: 598.

2. [S16] Ancestry.com, 1920 United States Federal Census, Year: 1920; Census Place: Porter, Niagara, New York; Roll: T625_1240; Page: 10B; Enumeration District: 146; Image: 1088.

3. [S4] Ancestry.com, 1930 United States Federal Census, Year: 1930; Census Place: Niagara Falls, Niagara, New York; Roll: 1618; Page: 4B; Enumeration District: 62; Image: 674.0.

4. [S45] Ancestry.com, Social Security Death Index, Number: 072-07-9247; Issue State: New York; Issue Date: Before 1951.

5. [S51] Ancestry.com, New York State Census Collection.

6. [S17] Unknown author, Ancestry Family Trees, Ancestry Family Trees.

In Scotland the Glen family appears to have been not only ancient, but quite a distinguished one in various ways. The ancient family were of Norman extraction and the ancestor who accompanied Walter FitzAllen from Shopshire, England, to Scotland bore the name of Nase or de Ness. The family of de Ness was from Ness or Ness Strange, near Shrewsbury and descended from the Norman house of l'Estrange, the first of whom is said to have been Guy l'Estrange, younger son of the Duke of Brettanger.

The family in Scotland assumed the name of Glen from the Lordship of Glen, Renfrewshire. This lordship comprised of Bar, Brigend, Lynthills, Gayflat and other lands was granted by David I to Walter Steward; therefore, the first lords were the Stewards, and they, probably through a marriage of the daughter of one of the family to the de Ness line, granted the Lordship to Henry de Ness. Henry de Ness held, under the Steward, the lordship of Glen, in 1180. It seems certain that John de Ness was the father of Lord Richard de le Glen and identical with John Constable of Dunoon, "who was seized of lands in Kildun". "Before 12 Nov. Edward I, 1292, (November 12, 1292, in the reign of Edward the First) Lord Richard under the designation of Richard de le Glen holding this lordship of the King, in capite, confirmed to John de le Glen, his son, (fil mio), his lands called Gayflat, in the tenure of the Glen, which Robert Nase and Cubinus formerly held of his (Richard's) predecessors by the same bounds which Richard his (ie) Lord Richards's uncle held the land of him (Richard) and his predecessors, hereditarily, John de le Glen and his heirs paying one penny yearly on the feast of Penticost at the Court of Glen." "The lordship finally became the property of the monastery of Paisley, the Glens holding the lands of Gayflat, Bar, Brigend and other lands under the Lord Abbots." From the grant of Confirmation we find Gayflat had been the inheritance of Richard, the uncle of Lord Richard, who must have granted it to his grand nephew John, whose father as Lord of the Manor confirmed the gift.

Glens held positions of importance both in Civil and in Military affairs. John de le Glen, of age in 1292, during the revolt of Wallace, commanded troops of Robert Wishard, Bishop of Glasgow. He must have distinguished himself at Bannockburn for immediately after King Robert Bruce granted him the forfeited lands of Balmutache (Balmato) Fife.

John De Glen married a co-heiress of the Abernethy family and had an older son, Robert de Glen. Robert de Glen married a Margaret, daughter of King Robert the Bruce. She was alive February 29, 1363, and as there is no other marriage of record than this one of Robert de Glen, then Margaret was the mother of his children, and hence all the lines of Glen of Bar, Renfrewshire, are of royal lineage. "King David granted Nether Pitedge, King Horn Fife, (adjoining Balmuto) to Robert de Glen; other lands granted to him were Glasgow Forest, Thanedom of Kintare, Aberdeen." Bullock.

Robert de Glen and Lady Margaret Bruce (daughter of King Robert the Bruce) had the following children: 1. William de Glen 2. Robert de le Glen 3. John de le Glen John de le Glen, the younger son of Robert de Glen and Margaret Bruce, had a son Sir John de le Glen who had a grant of the lands of Balmuto. He married Margaret Erskine, coheiress of Sir Alan Erskine.

In 1605-6 Sir James Hamilton and Montgomery, having secured large grants of land in Ulster (Ireland) prepared to plant a colony of Scotsmen in that country. James and John Glen, younger sons of David of Glenlora, removed to Ireland in 1606. These brothers were ancestors of most of that name in Ireland.

Glenn family tradition says that following the American Revolution three brothers Glenn came to America. One was named Daniel, another Robert and another name unknown. It is from one of these brothers that our line probably descends to our Great Great Grandfather, Charles Frederick Glenn but so far we've been unable to make the connection.

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1905 - With parents and 4 siblings at Lattin Rd, Gaines, Orleans, New York. Homer F. GLENN, white, aged 2, born in the United States.

1910 - With parents and 6 siblings at Albion, Orleans, New York. Homer F. GLENN, white, aged 7, born in New York, father born in Michigan, mother born in New York, attending school.

1915 - With parents and 4 siblings at 3 Herrick St, Albion, Orleans, New York. Homer Franklin GLENN, white, aged 12, born in U.S., school.

1920 - With parents and 3 siblings at Wilson-Youngstown Rd, Porter, Niagara, New York. Homer F. GLENN, born in New York, father born in Michigan, mother born in New York, attending school.

1930 - With wife Cornelia and daughter in residence rented for $25 per month, with radio set, at 75 Fifteenth St, Niagara Falls, Niagara, New York. Homer GLENN, white, aged 28, born in New York, parents both born in New York, sifter in abrasive plant.

1940 - With wife Verna and 3 children (2 are from previous marriage) in residence rented for $12 per month at Dickersonville Road, Porter, Niagara, New York. Homer GLENN, white, aged 37, born in New York, completed 1st year of high school, laborer at battery manufacturing co, working 42 hours per week, earning $1224 per annum.

1986 - Newspaper clipping, obituary: WHEATFIELD - Homer F. Glenn, 84, of Lynch Park, died Saturday (Nov 1, 1986) at his residence. He was born in Albion, N.Y., to Clarence and Bernice (Brown) Glenn. In 1965, he retired from the Carborundum Co, where he had worked for 35 years. He was a member of the Ransomville Free Methodist Church. He is survived by his daughters, Mrs Thomas (Ethel) Jones of Wilson and Mrs Hobart (Audrey) Rhinehart of Cattaraugus; a son, George H. Glenn of Niagara Falls; sister, Cora Clement of Ransomville and Ethel Mae Roushey of Gerry, N.Y., eight grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. He was the husband of the late Lillian (Barnes) Glenn and the late Verna L. Glenn.... Burial will be at North Ridge Cemetery, Lockport.

My cousin Rick Rhinehart My cousin John Rhinehart My cousin John Rhinehart Facebook funny My cousin John Rhinehart Facebook funny Uncle Hobart Rhinehart

My Aunt and Uncle Audrey and Hobart Rhinehart:

CATTARAUGUS - Hobart McKay Rhinehart, 83, a retired teacher for Cattaraugus Central School, where he worked for 34 years, died Thursday, Dec. 8, 2011, at Olean General Hospital in Olean, N.Y.

He was born July 22, 1928, in Erie, Pa., the son of the late Rupert and Katherine (Davis) Rhinehart.

Hobart on Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/hobart.rhinehart

His sons and daughters:

Rick Rhinehart

https://www.facebook.com/rick.rhinehart.98

John Rhinehart

https://www.facebook.com/john.rhinehart.395

Loren

Yvonne Wehust (Nee Rhinehart)

https://www.facebook.com/yvonne.wehust

https://www.facebook.com/yvonne.wehust.7

I am now recalling an event at Krull Park in Olcott, NY with my family and the Rhineharts who were up visiting my parents. We went there with my mother and father for a picnic.

https://www.google.com/maps/@43.338193,-78.707981,3a,...g!2e0

http://tinyurl.com/pnf8wgn

Hobart and Audrey were there with some of their children and Rick was there with his motorcycle. I think he was on leave from the Navy at the time and he offered to take me for a ride on his bike. My father indicated to him he should try and get rid of me and Rick agreed. Sure enough when we rode he made an effort to gain speed, snap the throttle and almost dumped me from the back of the bike. When we returned my father complained and Rick said oh well I tried.

He sure did.....

They lived on Waverly St, Cattaraugus, NY 14719

From Steely Dan's 1974 Album:

http://genius.com/Steely-dan-rikki-dont-lose-that-number-lyrics

Children of my sister Jennifer Lynn Thompson Children of my sister Jennifer Lynn Thompson Children of my sister Jennifer Lynn Thompson My sister Jennifer Lynn Thompson My sister Jennifer Lynn Thompson dog photo My sister Jennifer Lynn Thompson My sister Jennifer Lynn Thompson and Walter In Court My sister Jennifer Lynn Thompson and Walter Children of my sister Jennifer Lynn Thompson Walter Thompson In Prison My sister Jennifer Lynn Thompson and Walter My sister Jennifer Lynn Thompson and Walter Wedding Walter Thompson


Jennifer Lynn Thompson Nee Jones And Walter Thompson (My Sister And Brother Inlaw)

1380 Lockport Road

Youngstown, NY 14174 USA

+1 (716) 745 - 1434

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Jennifer and Walter Thompson live here, she is my sister born in 10/1971. They are way back, the Pardees live up front on the East or on the left.

https://maps.google......1380+Lockport+Road,+Youn.....19.95

http://bit.ly/1Eo8Rh3

https://www.facebook.com/jennifer.thompson.581730

https://www.facebook.com/walter.thompson.5099

www.myspace.com/jenniferandwalt

Walter and Jennifer worked with my abusive wife Heike Helga Jones and our abusive pedophile parents in their efforts to murder me.

At one point Walter and Jennifer invited me into their home there and then Walter pointed a shotgun at my face and made some comment how I was not welcome since I had been hospitalized twice. Then why let me in?

I am assuming he meant for depression which we now learn of course was a fraud invented by Heike and others who hoped to harm me and hide behind medical quackery including a mental health defense.