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b42f84 No.399728

This thread is for finding connections of players of interest with the Pilgrims Society

The Pilgrims Society, founded on 16 July 1902 by Sir Harry Brittain, is a British-American society established, in the words of American diplomat Joseph Choate, 'to promote good-will, good-fellowship, and everlasting peace between the United States and Great Britain'.


Institute the Study of Globalization and Covert Politics


By: Joël van der Reijden

These membership lists were primarily collected by ISGP in the 2008-2017 period. This list is primarily used for research purposes.

https:// isgp-studies.com/pilgrims-society-membership-list

b42f84 No.399745

Acheson, Dean Gooderham | | Ackroyd, Sir Cuthbert Lowell | | Ackroyd, Sir John Secretary | | Acland, Sir Antony Exec. Committee | | Acton, Lord | | Adam, (David Stuart) Gordon | | Adam, Sir Ronald Forbes | | Adams, Charles Francis IV | | Adams, George Bell | | Adams, James Donald | | Adams, Randolph Greenfield | | Adams, Robert Morton | | Adams, Warren Sanford | | Adamson, Robert | | Addinsell, Harry Messiter | | Adeane, Sir Robert | | Adeane, Lord Michael E. | | Adler, Maj. Gen. Julius Ochs | | Agnew, Cornelius G. | | Agnew, Sir Geoffrey | | Aiken, Alfred Lawrence Exec. committee | | Airlie, 13th Earl of Exec. committee | | Albrecht, Ralph Gerhart | | Albright, Archie Earl | | Aldrich, Herbert Lincoln | | Aldrich, Winthrop Williams Vice president and exec. committee | | Aldrich, Malcolm Pratt | | Aldrich, Hulbert Stratton Exec. committee | | Alexander, Anthony Ernest | | Alexander, James Waddell | | Alexander, Charles Beatty | | Allen, Sir John Sandeman Exec. Committee | | Alley, James Burke | | Altschul, Frank | | Amery, Lord Leopold Stenett | | Amery, Lord Julian | | Ammidon, Hoyt Exec. committee | | Anderson, Arthur Marvin | | Anderson, Fred Richard | | Anderson, Nils | | Andrews, Archie Moulton | | Angell, Ernest | | Angelson, Mark Alan | | Annenberg, Walter H. | | Anson, Charles Vernon | | Apgar, Mahlon, IV | | Appleby, Sir Robert Rowland | | Appleton, Francis Randall, Jr. | | Armour, Norman Exec. committee | | Armstrong, Anne Legendre | | Armstrong, James Sinclair | | Armstrong, John Kremer | | Ashdown, Lord Paddy | | Ashforth, H. Adams | | Astor, 2nd Viscount | | Astor, John Jacob, 4th | | Astor, Vincent | | Astor, Brooke | | Astor, John Jacob, 6th | | Astor, David | | Astor, Baron John J. | | Astor, Lord Gavin Exec. chairman and president | | Astor, Hugh | | Astor, John | | Astor, Hon. Michael Langhorne | | Astor, John Jacob, 8th Exec. committee | | Astor, Viscount William Waldorf | | Atkins, Ronald Raymond | | Atkinson, Frederick Griswold | | Auchincloss, Reginald L., Jr. | | Averett, Elliott | | Avon, 2nd Earl of

b42f84 No.399752

Babson, Arthur Clifford | | Bache, Jules Semon | | Backus, Dana Converse | | Bacon, Robert Low | | Bacot, John Carter | | Badman, John, III | | Bainbridge, William Seaman | | Baker, George Fisher | | Baker, George Fisher, Jr. | | Baker, George Fisher, III | | Baker, James Addison III | | Baker, John Milnes | | Ball, George Wildman | | Ball, Sir (George) Joseph | | Barber, Charles Finch | | Barclay, Clifford H. and Clifford Henry | | Barco, James William | | Baring, Mrs. Susan Mary | | Baring, Major Hugo Exec. committee | | Baring, Sir Evelyn  Exec. committee | | Barnard, J.Augustus | | Barran, Sir David | | Barratt, John Arthur Exec. committee | | Barrow, Donald Fraser | | Bartlett, Edmund | | Bartram, J. Burr | | Bator, Peter Anthony | | Bayne, Stephen Fielding, Jr | | Baker, Philip D. | | Baketel, H. Sheridan | | Balding, Bruce Edward | | Balfour, Arthur J. | | Ballantine, Arthur Atwood | | Ballard, Sumner | | Bancroft, Francis Syndey | | Band, David | | Barnetson, Lord William | | Barr, David Waddell | | Barringer, Paul Brandon | | Barrows, Robert L. | | Barton, Sir Peter Secretary | | Bassler, Anthony | | Bastedo, Philip | | Baxendell, Sir Peter | | Beach, Stewart (Taft) | | Beatty, Alfred Chester | | Beaverbrook, Lord | | Beck, James Montgomery Exec. committee | | Beck, James Montgomery | | Beckett, Maj.-Gen. Edwin Horace Alexander | | Beckman, Francis Joseph | | Bedford, 14th Duke of | | Beekman, Fenwick Exec. Committee | | Bell, Edward Price | | Bell, Elliott V. | | Bellas, Albert Constantine | | Belmont, August, Jr. | | Benkard, Franklin Bartlett | | Bennett, Sir Hugh | | Bennett, Viscount Richard Bedford | | Bennett, Sir Frederick | | Bennett, William Tapley, Jr. | | Bennet, Courtenay Walter | | Bentley, Robert Asa Lincoln | | Benton, Peter Faulkner | | Benton, William Burnett | | Beresford, Charles William de la Poer  co-founder | | Bergen, Adm. John Joseph | | Berle, Adolf Augustus | | Bernstein, Leonard | | Berthoud, Sir Eric | | Bertron, Samuel Reading | | Berwind, Edward Julius | | Bethke, Robert Harder | | Biddle, Gen. John | | Biddle, Col. David H. | | Biddle, Francis Beverly | | Biers, Howard | | Bigbie, John Taylor | | Bigelow, David Skinner, III | | Bigelow, Mason Huntington | | Bingham, Barry, Sr. | | Bingham, Robert Worth | | Bingham, Lord Thomas Henry | | Birch, Sir John | | Bird, Mary Lynne Miller | | Birkett, Lord (William) Norman President | | Bishop, Louis Faugeres, III

b42f84 No.399758

Bissell, Pelham Saint George | | Black, Lord Conrad | | Black, Eugene R. | | Black, Richard S. | | Blackenham, 1st Viscount | | Blaine, James Gillespie | | Blair, Floyd Gilbert | | Blair, Paxton | | Blaxill, Sidney | | Bliss, Robert Woods Exec. Committee | | Blodgett, Thurston Pond | | Blomquist, Robert Oscar | | Blood, Sir Hilary | | Blum, Robert Edward | | Blumenfeld, Ralph David | | Blyde, Lewis John Newbery | | Bobst, Elmer Holmes | | Bogert, H. Lawrence | | Boles, Edgar Howard | | Bonn, Philip Edward Leo Africa | | Booth, Willis H. | | Borer, Harold Peter | | Bossom, Baron Alfred Charles | | Bossom, Sir Clive | | Boucher, Richard A. | | Bowater, Sir Ian | | Bowman, John McEntee | | Boyce, Baron Michael Cecil Exec. committee and president | | Brademas, John | | Bradford, Lindsay Exec. committee | | Bradford, Lindsay, Jr. | | Brafman, Guilherme | | Braga, George A. | | Braga, David | | Brand, Admiral Sir Hubert | | Brand, Lord Robert H. | | Brandi, Frederic H. | | Brandt, Mortimer S. | | Brewster, Edward Cox | | Brewster, Kingman, Jr. Vice president | | Bridestowe, Lord Thomas | | Bridport, 4th Viscount | | Brinckerhoff, Charles M. | | Bristol, Lee Hastings | | Brock, Charles Lawrence | | Brokaw, Clifford Vail | | Bromwell, Ault | | Broome, Robert Edwin | | Bross, Steward, Jr. | | Brown, Caxton | | Brown, Elmer Ellsworth Exec. committee | | Brown, Franklin Q. Exec. committtee | | Brown, Franklin Q., Jr. | | Brown, J. Carter | | Brown, Michael John | | Brown, Wylie

b42f84 No.399762

Brownell, Gen. George A. | | Brownell, Herbert Exec. committee & secretary | | Brownlie, Ian G.M. | | Brownwood, David Owen | | Bruére, Henry | | Bryan, Frederick Van Pelt | | Bryce, Viscount James president | | Bristol, Lee Hastings, Jr. | | Brittain III, Alfred | | Brittain, Sir Harry Co-founder, secretary & chairman | | Brooke-Hitching, Sir Thomas Henry | | Bronk, Detlev W. | | Brown, Franklin Q. exec. committee | | Brown, Sir Raymond (Frederick) | | Bruce, David Kirkpatrick Este vice-president | | Bruce, James Cabell | | Bruce-Porter, Sir Bruce | | Brzezinski, Zbigniew | | Buchanan, Robin William Turnbull | | Buchanan, Walter Duncan | | Budd, Nicholas | | Bullock, Calvin | | Bullock, Hugh  Chairman & president | | Bunker, Ellsworth | | Bunnell, C. Sterling | | Burbank, Reginald | | Burden, William Armistead Moale vice-president | | Burger, Van Vechten | | Burger, Warren Earl | | Burgess, Edwin Haines | | Burgess, Warren Randolph | | Burke, Adm. Arleigh A. Exec. committee | | Burkhart, William H. | | Burleigh, George W. Exec. committee | | Burnham, Lord Edward Levy-Lawson | | Burns, Arthur Frank | | Burns, Ward | | Burt, Arthur Hartwell | | Burton, Sir Michael | | Bush, Irving T. | | Bush, Prescott Sheldon, Jr. | | Bush, George H. W. | | Butler, Nicholas Murray Exec. committee & president | | Butler, Percy James Exec. committee & treasurer | | Butler, Sir Harold | | Butler, William Allen | | Butler, Lord Richard "Rab" A. | | Buxbaum, James Monroe | | Cabell, Robert Hervey | | Cabot, Paul C. | | Caccia, Lord Harold Anthony Exec. committee | | Cadbury, Laurence John | | Cadbury, Peter Hugh George | | Cadwalader, John Lambert | | Caldwell, Robert J. | | Camoys, Lord Thomas | | Camrose, 1st Viscount Exec. Committee | | Canfield, Cass | | Capshaw, Hulon | | Carey, William Polk | | Carlson, Richard Warner | | Carmer, Carl | | Carlton, Newcomb | | Carnegie, Andrew | | Carr, Gilbert Harry Exec. Committee | | Carrick, Sir Roger | | Carrington, Lord Peter Rupert President | | Carroll, Mitchell Benedict | | Carson, William E. | | Carter, John Bernard | | Carter, John Boyd, Jr. | | Carter, Peyton Franklin | | Case, John Crowther | | Cates, Louis S. | | Cates, John Martin, Jr. | | Catlin, George Edward Gordon | | Catto, 1st Baron Exec. Committee | | Catto, Henry Edward, Jr. | | Caldwell, Arthur P., Jr. | | Calhoun, John Calwell | | Caulcutt, Sir John Exec. committee | | Cave, Viscount George | | Cavell, Rt Rev. John Kingsmill | | Cecil, James Mccosh | | Cecil, John Francis Amherst | | Cecil, David George | | Cecil, Lord Robert Gascoyne | | Cecil, Lord William | | (Cecil), 4th Marquess of Salisbury | | (Cecil), 5th Marquess of Salisbury | | Cecil family | | Cecil, George Henry Vanderbilt | | Cecil, William Amherst Vanderbilt | | Chadbourne, Frank M. | | Chadbourne, William Merriam | | Chaffee, Gen. Adna Romanza | | Chalfont, Lord Alun Exec. committee | | Chamberlain, Arthur Neville | | Chamberlain, Thomas Gassner | | Chamberlin, Frederick | | Chambers, Sir Paul | | Chambers, William Ely | | Champion, George | | Chancellor, Sir Christopher | | Channing, William E. Exec. committee | | Chant-Sempill, Lt-Colonel Stuart W. Exec. committee & secretary | | Chapple, Field Marshal Sir John | | Chappelear, Edgar Stratton | | Chapman, Alger | | Chapman, Peter Herbert | | Charles, Michael Harrison | | Chase, John | | Charteris, Martin Michael Charles Exec. committee | | Chauncey, A. Wallace | | Chelwood, Lord | | Childs, Thomas Warren | | Choate, Joseph H. | | Christopher, Warren M. | | Chrysler, Walter Percy | | Chrystie, Thomas Ludlow | | Chrystie, Thomas Witter | | Church, Edgar M. | | Church, Elihu Cunyngham Secretary | | Churchill, Sir Winston | | Clark, G. Russell | | Clarke, Gilmore David | | Clarke, Robert Warner | | Clarke, Sir Tobias | | Clarkson, Lawrence William | | Clarkson, Robert Livingston | | Cleaver, Sir Anthony | | Cleveland, Grover | | Cleveland, James Wray | | Clews, James B. | | Clifford, Stewart Burnett

b42f84 No.399764

Close, David Palmer | | Clover, Richardson | | Cobbold, Lord Cameron | | Coe, William Robertson | | Coffin, Charles Albert | | Cohu, Henry Wallace | | Colby, Jonathan E. | | Colby, Elbridge A. | | Cole, Henry P. | | Cole, Howard Ellsworth | | Coleman, Charles P. | | Coleman, Leighton Hammond | | Coleman, Warren | | Coleshill, Lord Vincent of | | Collier, Barron Gift | | Collins, Sir Richard Henn | | Collins, Robert Moore | | Collins, Sir William A. R. | | Compton, Richard J. | | Comstock, Louis Kossuth | | Conant, James B. | | Connell, Hugh P. | | Connelly, Joan Breton | | Conner, David John | | Connor, John Thomas | | Conner, Rt Rev. David John | | Conover, Samuel Seymour | | Cook, George Crouse | | Cook, Harold Huntting | | Coolidge, Thomas Jefferson, Jr. | | Coombs, William Harry | | Cooper, Sir Patrick Ashley | | Cooper, Sir (Harold) Stanford | | Copeland, Lammot Du Pont | | Copisarow, Sir Alcon | | Corbett, John T. Treasurer & exec. committee | | Corbin, Gen. Henry Clark | | Cornelius, Jerry L. | | Cornwallis, Lord | | Correa, Henry A. | | Cory, Lt.-Col. Evan James | | Cottenham, 7th Earl of | | Coudert, Frederic René | | Coudert, Frederic René, Jr. Exec. committee | | Coudert, Alexis Carrel | | Cousins, Norman | | Cotton, Sir Robert | | Cowles, Gardner | | Cowley, 7th Earl | | Cowling, Peter John | | Cox, Howard Ellis | | Craft, Robert Homan | | Craig, Sir James | | Craig-Cooper, Sir Michael | | Craigmyle, Ronald M. | | Crane, Edward Matthews | | Crane, Jasper Elliot | | Crane, Stephen Andrew | | Crankshaw, Sir Eric Norman Spencer | | Cravath, Paul Drennan | | Cresswell, Rev. Cyril Leonard | | Crocker, Stuart Miller | | Crooks, William C. | | Cromwell, Jarvis | | Cromwell, Lincoln | | Cromwell, William Nelson | | Cronkite, Walter | | Cross, Morton Robinson | | Cross, William John | | Crossley, Sir Julian Treasurer | | Cruikshank, Harold T. | | Crowe, Adm. William J., Jr. | | Cubitt, Sir Hugh Exec. committee | | Cullimore, Charles Augustine Kaye | | Cullman, Joseph F., III | | Cumberland, William Wilson | | Cummins, Alexander Griswold | | Cunliffe-Owen, (Philip) Frederick Vice president and chairman | | Curley, Walter J. P., Jr. | | Curry, Andrew Gibson | | Curzon, Lord George Nathaniel | | Cushing, Harry Alonzo | | Cushing, Harry Cooke | | Cutting, Robert Fulton | | Dale, John Denny | | Daly, Donald Francis | | Dalzell, Fred Briggs | | Darlington, Rev. Gilbert | | Darlington, Henry | | Darlington, Henry, Jr. | | Darrell, Edward Fairbairn | | Darrell, Norris, Jr. | | Davant, James Waring | | Davidson, 1st Viscount | | Davies, Glyn | | Davies, Robert S. | | Davis, John Marcus | | Davis, John William | | Davis, Nicholas | | Davis, Pierpont V. | | Davis, Shelby Cullom | | Davison, Henry Pomeroy | | Dawes, Charles G. | | Day, Benjamin Mulford | | Dean, Arthur Hobson | | Dean, Howard B. | | Dean, Sir Patrick | | Debevoise, Eli Whitney | | Debs, Richard A. | | De la be re, Sir Rupert | | Delafield, Edward Coleman | | Delafield, Maturin Livingston | | DeLiagre, Alfred Gustav Etienne, Jr. | | Demorest, William Curtis | | Demorest, William Jennings | | Depew, Chauncey Mitchell | | Depew, Ganson | | De L'Isle, Viscount | | Devine, C. Robert | | Devonshire, 8th Duke of | | Devonshire, 9th Duke of | | Devonshire, 11th Duke of   | | Dewart, William Thompson | | Dewey, Charles S., Jr. | | Dewey, Thomas Edmund | | Dewey, Thomas Edmund, Jr. | | Dillon, Clarence | | Dillon, Clarence Douglas | | Dilworth, Joseph Richardson | | Dinkey, Alva Clymer

b42f84 No.399769

Disston, Harry | | Dixon, Edgar H. | | Dixon, Piers | | Dixon, Mark | | Doane, Richard Congdon | | Dodge, Edward Lane | | Dodge, Marcellus Hartley, Sr. | | Dodge, Cleveland Hoadley | | Dodge, Cleveland Earl | | Dolan, Patrick | | Donegan, Bishop Horace W. B. | | Donovan, Edmund P. | | Donovan, Hedley | | Dorrance, John Thompson, Jr | | Dougherty, Charles Gibbs | | Douglas, Archibald | | Douglas, Edward M. | | Douglas, John Hoffmann | | Douglas, Lewis Williams | | Douglass, Kingman | | Downey, John Irving | | Doyle, Sir Arthur Conan | | Drake, Sir Eric | | Draper, William H., Jr. | | Drexel, John R., III | | Drexel, John R., IV | | Driscoll, Alfred E. | | Drogheda, 10th Earl of | | Drogheda, 11th Earl of | | Drogheda, 12th Earl of | | Drum, Hugh Aloysius | | Dryfoos, Orvil Eugene | | Duke, Benjamin Newton | | Duke, James Buchanan | | Duke, Angier Biddle | | Dulles, William | | Dulles, John Foster | | Dulles, Allen Welsh | | Duncan, Sir Andrew Rae | | Duncan, William Butler | | Duncan, Sir William B. | | Duncan, William M. | | Duncan-Sandys, Lady Marie-Claire | | Dunlevy, Jerome P. | | Dunn, Gano | | Dunn, Harris Ashton | | Du Pont, Thomas Coleman | | Du Val, Philip Livingston Rollin | | Ebbott, Percy John | | Eberstadt, Ferdinand A. | | Eccles, 1st Viscount | | Ecker, Frederick H. | | Eckman, Samuel, Jr. | | Edmonds, Dean Stockett | | Edmondson, John P. | | Eells, Richard S.F. | | Egbert, Lester Darling | | Egbert, Richard Cook | | Eisenhower, Gen. Dwight David | | Eisenhower, Mamie Geneva | | Ekblom, Harry E. | | Elibank, 2nd Viscount | | Eliot, Ellsworth, Jr. | | Elliman, Douglas Ludlow | | Elliman, Donald M., Jr. | | Elliott, Byron Kauffman | | Ely, Richard Theodore | | Ely, Robert Erskine | | Emanuel, Victor | | Eno, William Phelps | | Enslow, Robert Haven | | Enstrom, William N. | | Esher, Viscount Reginald | | Evans, Gordon Heyd | | Evans, James H. | | Evershed, Lord (Francis) Raymond | | Fackenthal, Frank Diehl | | Fairbanks, Douglas, Jr. | | Fairchild, Samuel W. | | Fairfax, Albert Kirby | | Fales, William G.

b42f84 No.399779

Farish, William Stamps, III | | Farr, Charles Sims | | Farrell, James Augustine, Jr. | | Faulkner, Sir Eric Odin | | Fearey, Morton | | Fellowes, Lord Robert | | Ferguson, Robert Monroe | | Ferguson, Roy King | | Ferguson, William | | Field, Marshall | | Finch, Edward Ridley | | Finch, Edward Ridley, Jr. | | Finey, John H. | | Fingleton, John | | Finletter, Thomas Knight | | Fishburn, John Dudley | | Fisher, Sir Anthony George Anson | | Fisher, Harold Wallace | | Fisher, Henry Johnson | | Fisher, Herbert Albert Laurens | | Fisher, Hugh | | Fisher, Pieter Alricks | | Fitzgibbon, Thomas O'Gorman | | Flagler, Harry Harkness | | Flagler, Henry Morrison | | Fleming, Frederic Sydney | | Fletcher, Walter D. | | Fogarty, Charles Franklin | | Folger, John Clifford | | Folsom, Frank Marion | | Foot, Hugh Mackintosh | | Forbes, Sir Archibald | | Forbes, Malcolm Stevenson, Sr. | | Forbes, Christopher "Kip" | | Forbes, Malcolm S., Jr. "Steve" | | Forbes, Sir Ian | | Ford, George Barry | | Ford, Sumner | | Forde, Ivo Matthew Leopold Dieskau | | Ford, Gerald R. | | Forrestal, Michael V. | | Fosdick, Raymond B. | | Foye, Arthur Bevins | | Franco, Carole Ann | | Franklin, George S., Jr. | | Franklin, John Merryman | | Franks, Baron Oliver | | Fraser, Duncan William | | Fraser, Leon | | French, John, III | | Fréchette, Louise | | Freeman, Ronald M. | | Frese, Walter Wenzel | | Fromm, Joseph | | Funston, George Keith | | Gale, Gen. Sir Richard Nelson | | Gallagher, Harold John | | Gallatin, Albert Eugene | | Gamble, Theodore Robert, Jr. | | Gambrell, Charles Glenn | | Gander, Maclean | | Gardner, John W. | | Garside, Charles | | Gates, Artemus L. | | Gates, Thomas Sovereign, Jr. | | Geddes, 1st Baron | | Geddes, 2nd Baron | | Gehle, Frederick W. | | Gerard, James W. | | Gerard, James W., V | | George, William Perry | | Gerdes, John | | Gibbs-Smith, Rev. Oswin Harvard | | Giddins, Howard Andrus | | Giffard, Lord Hardinge Stanley | | Gifford, Augustine Sands | | Gifford, Walter Sherman | | Gilbert, Carl Joyce | | Gilbert, Cass | | Gilbert, S. Parker | | Gilchrist, Huntington | | Gilder, Richard Watson | | Gillespie, Kenrick S. | | Gillespie, Lawrence L. | | Gillespie, Jr., S. Hazard | | Gilman, Daniel Coit | | Gishford, Anthony | | Gladwyn, Lord Hubert | | Goode, William | | Goodhart, Dr. Arthur Lehman | | Gordon, James Roycroft | | Gordon, Thurlow Marshall | | Gordon-Lennox , Lord Nicholas Charles | | Gore-Booth, Lord Paul | | Gordon, Albert Hamilton | | Gordon, Lord John Campbell | | Gould, Edwin | | Gould, Samuel B. | | Grace, J. Peter, Jr. | | Graham, Kelley | | Graham, William Joseph | | Granger, David | | Grasselli, Caesar Augustin | | Gray, James L. | | Grayson, Lord Richard Stephen | | Greenhill, Lord Denis | | Greenwood, Lord Hamar | | Greer, Rt. Rev. David | | Grenfell, Edward C. | | Grenfell, Lord William Henry | | Grenfell, Lord Francis Wallace | | Grenfell, Lord Julian | | Grenfell, Dr. Wilfred | | Grenfell, Sir William (Max-Muller) | | Grey, Lord Albert | | Grey, Sir Edward | | Grew, Raymond Edward | | Grew, Robert Ralph | | Grewcock, Derek D. | | Grierson, Sir Ronald H. | | Griffin, Gen. Eugene | | Griffith-Jones, Mervyn | | Griffiths, Sir Eldon Wylie | | Griffiths, Baron Brian | | Griggs, John William | | Grimm, Peter | | Griswold, John Carroll | | Gross, Patrick Walter | | Grosvenor, Gerald Cavendish | | Gubelmann, Walter Stanley | | Guernsey, Nathaniel Taylor | | Guernsey, Otis Love | | Guest, Raymond R. | | Gunther, Jack Disbrow, Jr. | | Guthrie, Lord Charles | | Gwynne, Charles Thomas | | Haass, Richard N. | | Hacker, Louis Morton | | Hacking, Lord David | | Haggard, Sir Godfrey Digby Napier | | Haig, Alexander Meigs, Jr. | | Haldeman, Donald Carmichael | | Hale, Charles Martin | | Halifax, Lord Edward Wood | | Hall, William Edwin | | Hambro, Sir Charles Jocelyn "Pug" | | Hambro, Rupert Nicholas | | Hamilton, Sir Denis | | Hammond, Paul Lyman | | Hanes, John W. | | Hanley, Jeremy James | | Hann, Charles | | Harbord, James G. | | Harbord, John O. | | Harcourt, 2nd Viscount | | Harding, Charles Barney | | Harding, John William | | Harkness, Edward Stephen | | Harmsworth, Sir Geoffrey | | Harper, Carroll G. | | Harper, Emery Walter | | Harriman, Oliver | | Harriman, Joseph Wright | | Harriman, Edward Henry | | Harriman, William Averell | | Harrington, Robert Dudley | | Harris, Charles Cuthbert | | Harris, David Taylor | | Harris, Lillian Craig | | Harris, William Cecil | | Harrison, George Leslie | | Harrison, James Leftwich | | Hart, Merwin Kimball | | Hartfield, Joseph Manuel

b42f84 No.399786

Hartford, Huntington, III | | Harvey, George | | Haskins, Caryl Parker | | Haskins, George Lee | | Hasler, Frederick Edward | | Hauge, Gabriel | | Hawkins, Dexter Clarkson | | Hawley, Edmund Summers | | Hay, Andrew "Anthony" MacKenzie | | Hay, Louis C. | | Hayes, Alfred | | Hayman, Sir Peter | | Haynes, Richard B. | | Healy, Harold Harris, Jr. | | Heard, George Alexander | | Hecht, Frank Abner | | Hedges, Job Elmer | | Heinz, Henry John "Jack" II | | Heisler, Stanley Dean | | Held, Huyler Clark | | Helm, Harold Holmes | | Helms, Gates McGarrah | | Hendrickson, Robert Augustus | | Hennessy, Sir Patrick | | Hepburn, Alonzo Barton | | Herbert, John Warne | | Herbert, Sir Michael | | Herd, John V. | | Herod, William Rogers | | Heseltine, Lady Michael | | Hetzler, Theodore | | Heuss, John | | Heuvel, Stanley van den | | Heuvel, William vanden | | Hewart, Viscount Gordon | | Hewitt, William Alexander | | Heydt, Herman A., Jr. | | Hickman, Norman G. | | Higgins, Charles Alfred | | Higginson, Thomas Lee | | Hill, James Tomilson, Jr. | | Hill, John Warren | | Hill, William B. | | Hill, William Edwin | | Hilles, Charles Dewey | | Hinman, George Lyon | | Hinman, Matthew | | Hinsey, Joseph Clarence | | Hinton, Longstreet | | Hitesman, Walter Wood | | Hitzig, William Maxwell | | Hodgson, James Day | | Hoffman, Paul Gray | | Holland, Charles Hubert | | Hogan, Frank J. | | Hoge, James Fulton | | Hogg, Lord Douglas McGarel | | Hogg, Lord Quintin McGarel | | Hopper, Walter Everett | | Holbrooke, Richard C. | | Holt, Hamilton | | Holt, Henry | | Hood, Viscount Samuel | | Horder, 1st Baron | | Horn, Charles Lilley | | Hornblower, Henry II | | Hough, Lynn Harold | | Houghton, Alanson Bigelow, Jr. | | Houghton, Amory | | Houghton, Amory, Jr. | | Houghton, Arthur A., Jr. | | Houston, Herbert Sherman | | Hoving, Walter | | Howard, Lord Esme William | | Howard, Jack Rohe | | Howe, Arthur Millidge | | Howe, Lord Geoffrey | | Howlett, Philip Gerad | | Hoyt, Colgate | | Hubner, Robert Wilmore | | Hughes, Charles Evans | | Humes, Augustine Leftwich | | Humes, James Calhoun | | Humes, John P. | | Hunt, Richard Carley | | Hupper, Roscoe Henderson | | Hutcheson, William Anderson | | Hussey, Charles Lincoln | | Hyde, Anthony | | Hyde, Charles Cheney | | Hyde, James Hazen | | Ide, John Jay | | Iliffe, 1st Baron | | Iliffe, 2nd Baron | | Inchcape, 3rd Earl of | | Inge, Lord Peter | | Ingersoll, Adm. Stuart Howe | | Irons, Henry Clay | | Irwin, John Nichol, II | | Ives, Irving Mcneil | | Ives, Philip | | Jackson, John Gillespie | | Jackson, N. Baxter | | Jackson, William Eldred | | Jacoby, James Ralph | | Jarvis, N. Leonard | | Jefferson, John P. | | Jenkins, Roy Harris | | Jennings, Oliver Gould | | Jervey, Huger Wilkinson | | Jesup, Morris Ketchum | | Jewitt, David Willard Pennock | | Johns, William Potter | | Johnson, Joseph Esrey | | Johnston, Gen. John A. | | Johnson, Raymond Coles | | Johnson, William Alexander | | Jones, Alfred B. | | Jones, Sir Roderick | | Jones, William Alton | | Kaiser, Philip M. | | Kahn, Otto Hermann | | Kashmeri, Sarwar Aghajani | | Kean, Robert Winthrop, Jr. | | Kean, Thomas | | Keating, Kenneth B. | | Keehn, Grant | | Keesee, Thomas Woodfin | | Keevil, Philip Clement | | Kellogg, Frank B. | | Kelsey, John "Jack" F., Jr. | | Kemsley, Viscount | | Kennedy, David O'D | | Kennedy, Foster | | Kennedy, Joseph Patrick

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Kennedy, Gilbert Falconer | | Kenney, F. Donald | | Kent, Thomas B. | | Kern, Harry F. | | Kerr, Lord Philip Henry (Lord Lothian) | | Kerr, Lord Peter (Lord Lothian) | | Kerr, Lord John | | Keswick, Sir William Johnston "Tony" | | Keswick, Sir Henry N.L. | | Keswick, Sir John Chippendale "Chips" | | Kidder, Amos M. | | Kies, William S. | | Kimball, Leroy Elwood | | Kindersley, Lord Robert Molesworth | | Kindersley, Lord Hugh Kenyon Molesworth | | King, David Bennett | | King, Frederic(k) Rhinelander | | King, Henry Lawrence | | Kingsbury, Frederick H., Jr. | | Kinnaird, Lord | | Kirk, Grayson Louis | | Kirkpatrick, Thomas | | Kissinger, Henry Alfred | | Kitchel, William Lloyd | | Kitchener, Lord Horatio H. | | Klein, Herman | | Kleinwort, Sir Cyril Hugh | | Kleitz, William Lambert | | Knight, Payton Harding | | Knight, Robert Huntington | | Knollys, 2nd Viscount | | Knox, Samuel Lippincott Griswald | | Koree, Jean Ulyxes | | Krech, Alvin W. | | Kuhn, R. Parker | | Kunz, George Frederick | | Lader, Philip | | Lambert, Paul Christopher | | Lamington, Lord, 2nd | | Lamont, Thomas William | | Lamont, Gordon | | Lamont, Thomas Stilwell | | Lamont, Edward M. | | Lamont, Edward M. "Ned", Jr. | | Lane, Cedric Raymond | | Lang, Leslie J. A. | | Lanier, Charles | | Lanier, Reginald B. | | Lansing, Robert | | Larner, Edward Atkins | | La Roche, Chester J. | | Larsen, Roy Edward | | Lash, Stephen Sycle | | Lavis, Fred | | Law, Frank K. | | Lawley, Sir Arthur | | Lawrence, George Franklyn | | Lawrence, James Freeman | | Lawrence, Justus Baldwin | | Lawrence, Robert Cutting, III | | Lawrence, Ruddick Carpenter | | Lawson-Johnston, Peter Orman | | Le Bailly, Adm. Sir Louis | | Le Boeuf, Randall James | | Lee, George Bolling | | Lee, Ivy L. | | Lee, James E. | | Lee, Rensselaer Wright | | Lee, Robert Earl | | Leffingwell, Russell Cornell | | Leggatt, Sir Andrew Peter | | Lehman, John F., Jr. | | Lehman, Robert | | Leib, George Carr | | Leslie, John Ethelbert | | Lessing, Walter H. | | Leverhulme, 2nd Viscount | | Lewis, Charles W. | | Lewis, Robert James | | Lewis, Sherman Richard, Jr. | | Liddell, Donald Macy, Jr. | | Lindsay, Robert Van Cleef | | Litchfield, Electus Darwin | | Littlejohn, Angus Chisholm | | Lloyd, Sir Richard | | Lloyd, Robert McAllister | | Lockwood, Luke Vincent | | Lodge, Henry Cabot, Jr. | | Lodge, John Davis | | Loeb, John L., Jr. | | Londonderry, 7th Marquess of | | Lord, Jerome Edmund | | Lorenz, Joseph | | Lorenz, Keith | | Loucks, Charles Ernest | | Louis, John J., Jr. | | Lovejoy, Allen Fraser | | Lovett, Edward Richardson | | Lowson, Sir Denys Colquhoun Flowerdew | | Lucas, Charles Clement, Jr. | | Luce, Henry R. | | Luce, Henry III | | Luke, 2nd Lord | | Lynch, Edmund C. | | Lyon, William Alexander | | Lyttelton, Alfred | | Macadam, Sir Peter | | MacArthur, Jean | | Macbain, Gavin Keith | | Macdonald, Henry | | Macdonald, Pirie | | Macdonald, William G. | | MacFee, William Frank | | Macgowan, John Kee | | MacGregor, John Murdoch | | Mackworth-Young, Gerard Richard "Bill" | | Maclamroc, James Gwaltney Westwarren | | Maclean, Alexander Tweedie | | Maclean, Babcock | | Macomber, John Dewitt | | MacRae, Cameron Farquhar | | Macrae, Elliott Beach | | MacTaggart, Barry | | Macvane, John Franklin | | Madden, John Beckwith | | Mahler, Herbert William | | Mahony, Walter Butler | | Mais, Baron | | Major, John

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Makins, Sir John | | Makins, Lord Roger Mellor | | von Mallinckrodt, George Wilhelm | | Mallory, Walter Hampton | | Manning, Rev. William T. | | Mansager, Felix Norman | | Marburg, Theodore | | Marcosson, Isaac Frederick | | Marlborough, 9th Duke of | | Marris, Adam D. | | Marsh, John Bigelow | | Marshall, Anthony Parr | | Marshall, M. Lee | | Marshall, Sir Peter Harold Reginald | | Marston, Edgar Lewis | | Martin, Luther III | | Martin, William McChesney, Jr. | | Marvin, Langdon Parker | | Marvin, Walter Sands | | Massey, Raymond | | Mather, Rufus Graves | | Maull, Baldwin | | Mayer, John Anton | | Maynard, Reuben Leslie | | McCain, John Sidney, Jr. | | McAlpin, David Hunter | | McAlpin, Townsend M. | | McAneny, George | | McCall, Howard Weaver | | McCance, Thomas | | McCarter, Thomas Nesbitt, III | | McCarthy, John Edward | | McCloy, John Jay | | McCook, Col. John J. | | Mcculloch, John Irvin Beggs | | McCurdy, Richard Aldrich | | McGarrah, Gates White | | McFadzean, Lord William Hunter | | McGill, William J. | | McGowan, 1st Baron | | McHugh, Keith Stratton | | Mcinnerney, Thomas Henry   | | McKittrick, Thomas Harrington | | Mcmaster, John D. | | McMennamin, George Barry | | McMillen, Mont Evans, Jr. | | McNamara, Robert Strange | | McSweeney, Edward F., 3d | | McVeigh, Charles S., III | | Meacham, Alfred B. | | Meaders, Paul Le Sourd | | Medina, Harold | | Meek, Samuel Williams | | Mellon, Andrew W. | | Mellon, Paul W. | | Melville, Ward | | Menken, S. Stanwood | | Mercer, Henry Dickson | | Merow, John | | Merrill, George Vanderneth | | Merrill, John Lenord | | Metcalf, Lt.-Col. Bryce | | Meyer, Carl Edwin, Jr. | | Meyer, Edward B., Jr. | | Meyer, John M., Jr. | | Meyer, Sir Christopher (John Rome | | Michalis, Clarence G. | | Michalis, Clarence F. | | Micklethwait, John | | Milbank, Jeremiah | | Milbank, Dunlevy | | Milbank, Samuel Robbins | | Milbank, Rev. John Frederic | | Milburn, John George | | Milholland, Edward V. | | Miller, Carl August | | Miller, Charles Wilbur | | Miller, Harry William | | Miller, Morton David | | Miller, Paul Duryea | | Miller, Thomas W. C. | | Miller, William Christian | | Mills, Ogden Livingston | | Minor, Clark Haynes | | Mitchell, Sir Derek | | Mitchell, Sir Steuart | | Moberly-Bell, C. F. | | Moffat, Douglas Maxwell | | Monckton, 1st Viscount Walter | | Monro, Hugh Reginald | | Montague, Gilbert Holland | | Mooney, Robert Johnstone | | Moore, John Bassett | | Moore, George Stevens | | Moore, Maurice T. | | Moore, Bishop Paul, Jr. | | Moore, Lord Philip Brian Cecil | | Moore, Thomas Ronald | | Morgan, John Pierpont | | Morgan, John Pierpont, Jr. | | Morgan, Junius Spencer, Jr. | | Morgan, Henry "Harry" Sturgis | | Morgan, Maj. Gen. John W. | | Morgan, William Fellows | | Morgenthau, Henry | | Morgenthau, Henry, Jr. | | Morpurgo, Jack Eric | | Morris, David Hennen, Jr. | | Morris, Grinnell | | Morrison, George L. | | Morrison, William David | | Morrow, Dwight Whitney | | Morse, Robert Parker | | Morss, Charles Anthony | | Mortimer, Henry Tilford | | Morton, Levi Parsons | | Morton, Paul | | Morton, William Hanson | | Mosbacher, Emil, Jr. | | Mosely, Frederick Strong, Jr. | | Mosse, Peter John Charles | | Mowbray, Lord | | Mueller, Paul Henry

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Muir, Malcolm | | Muir, Malcolm, Jr. | | Mulry, Thomas C. | | Munson, Charles Sherwood | | Murphy, Grayson Mallet Prevost | | Murphy, Robert Daniel | | Murphy, Thomas A. | | Murray, Robert Blaine | | Myrick, Julian Southall | | Naughtie, James | | Neis, Arnold Hayward | | Nelson, George J. | | Nelson, Richard Douglas | | Newington, John C. | | Nichol, Frederick William | | Nicholas, Sir David | | Nichols, Charles Walter, Jr. | | Nichols, William Ichabod | | Nicolson, Sir David | | Nimitz, Adm. Chester W., Jr. | | Nisonger, Earl Gregory | | Niven, John Ballantine | | Nixon, Sir Edwin | | Noble, Herbert | | Norfolk, 16th Duke of | | Norfolk, 17th Duke of | | Norman, Lord Montagu Collett | | Norstad, Gen. Lauris | | Northcliffe, Lord Alfred Harmsworth | | Norton, Skeffington S. | | Noyes, Charles Floyd | | Noyes, Guy "Jack" | | Obolensky, Ivan | | Ochs, Adolph Simon | | O'Connor, Basil | | Ogden, Alfred | | Ogden, William S. | | O'Conner, Sandra Day | | Odlum, Floyd Bostwick | | Ogilvy, David | | Ogilvy, Lord David | | Oldham, George Ashton | | Olds, Irving S. | | Olin, John Merrill | | Olinger, Chauncey Greene, Jr. | | Olyphant, David | | O'Neil, Edward A. | | Oppenheim, Sir Duncan | | Orben, Jack Richard | | Ormerod, Sir Berkeley | | Ormsby-Gore, Sir William David | | O'Ryan, John F. | | Osborn, A. Perry | | Osborn, Henry Fairfield, Sr. | | Osborn, Henry Fairfield, Jr. | | Osborn, William Church | | Otis, Norton | | Outerbridge, Eugenius H. | | Overton, Sir Hugh | | Owen, Frederick Cunliffe | | Pace, Frank, Jr. | | Page, Kenneth R. | | Page, Walter Hines | | Page, Walter Hines II | | Paley, William S. | | Palliser, Sir Michael | | Palmedo, Robert | | Palmer, Thomas Waverly | | Parker, Alton B. | | Parker, Sir Gilbert | | Parkinson, Thomas Ignatius, Jr. | | Parlee, James C. | | Parry, Sir Emyr Jones | | Parsons, Sir Anthony | | Parsons, Sir Maurice Henry | | Pattberg, Emil J., Jr. | | Patterson, Ellmore Clark | | Patterson, Howard Alexander | | Patterson, Richard Cunningham Jr. | | Patterson, Russell Hugo | | Patterson, Samuel White | | Payne, Samuel Burton | | Payne, William Knapp | | Paynter, Richard K., Jr. | | Payton, Robert Louis | | Peabody, Charles Augustus | | Peabody, Richard A. | | Peabody, George Lee | | Peabody, Stephen | | Peabody, George Russell | | Peabody, George | | Peabody, Benjamin Bostwick | | Peabody, Paul E. | | Peale, Norman Vincent | | Peck, David W. | | Pell, Claiborne DeBorda | | Pell, John Howland Gibbs | | Leigh-Pemberton, Lord Robert "Robin" | | Pennoyer, Paul G. | | Pennoyer, Paul G., Jr. | | Pennoyer, Paul G., Jr. | | Pennoyer, Russell | | Penrose, Charles | | Penrose, Charles, Jr. | | Perkins, George Walbridge | | Perry, James De Wolf | | Perryman, Francis Spencer | | Peters, Alton Emil | | Peterson, Peter George | | Peterson, James Robert | | Petraeus, Gen. David | | Phelps, George Harrison | | Phelps, Thomas William | | Phelps, William Walter, Jr. | | Phelps-Stokes, James Graham | | Philipsborn, John David | | Phillips, Lord Nicholas Addison | | Phillips, Wallace Banta | | Phipps, Henry

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Phipps, Jr., Howard | | Philp, Francis Higginson | | Pickard, John Michael | | Pierson, Warren Lee | | Pitman, Sir James | | Place, John Bassett Moore | | Plimpton, Calvin Hastings | | Plimpton, Francis T. P. | | Polk, Frank Lyon | | Polwarth, 10th Lord | | Pope, Allan Melvill | | Porter, Henry Hobart | | Porter, William Henry | | Potter, Hamilton Fish | | Potter, Henry Codman | | Powell, Harry A. R. | | Preston, Lewis Thompson, Jr. | | Price, Charles H., II | | Price, Sir Henry Philip | | Prizer, John Butler | | Proffitt, Charles G. | | Pulling, Thomas Leffingwell | | Purnell, Richard Ingram | | Putney III, William Beaumont | | Pyle, Robert Milner, Jr. | | Pyne, Percy Rivington II | | Pyne, Eben Wright | | Rabb, Maxwell Milton | | Randolph, Francis Fitz | | Ransom, William Lynn | | Rathbone, John Rankin | | Ray, William F. | | Raymond, Chevalier Ronald A. | | Reading, Lord Rufus Daniel | | Reed, Philip Dunham | | Reed, Ralph Thomas | | Rees, Charles H. G. | | Rees-Mogg, Lord William | | Reese, Algernon Beverly | | Regan, John MacVeigh | | Rehnquist, William H. | | Reid, Edward S. | | Reid, Hugh | | Reid, Sir Robert P. "Bob" | | Reid, William | | Reid, Whitelaw | | Reid, Ogden Mills | | Reid, Whitelaw, II | | Reid, Ogden Rogers | | Remington, Franklin | | Remmel, Harmon L. | | Renchard, William Shryock | | Renwick, 1st Baron | | Reynolds, James Burton | | Reynolds, Richard S., Jr. | | Rheem, Richard Scoffield | | Rhinelander, Philip | | Rhodes, Kent | | Richard, Sir Ivor Seward | | Richards, Fred Tracy | | Richardson, Frank W. | | Richardson, Elliot L. | | Richardson, Lord Gordon | | Rickard, Edgar | | Riddell, Peter | | Riddle, Sturgis Lee | | Ridgway, Matthew Bunker | | Rifkind, Sir Malcolm Leslie | | Ripley, Paul Morton | | Ripley, Sidney Dillon, II | | Ritblat, Sir John Henry | | Ritcheson, Charles Ray | | Riter, Henry G. | | Rivers, William Cannon | | Robbins, William Randolph | | Roberson, Robert S. | | Roberts, Sir Frank K. | | Roberts, Lord Frederick Sleigh | | Robertson, Lord George | | Robins, Thomas | | Robinson, Beverley Randolph | | Robinson, Hamilton, Jr. | | Robinson, Horace Brookes Blackwell | | Robinson, James D., III | | Robinson, Leland Rex | | Robinson, Robert Armstrong | | Rockefeller, John Davison, Jr. | | Rockefeller, Percy Avery | | Rockefeller, James Stillman | | Rockefeller, Nelson Aldrich | | Rockefeller, David | | Rockefeller, William "Bill" | | Rodgers, Sir John | | Roe, Gen. Charles Francis | | Roesler, Norbert L.H. | | Rogers, Gen. Bernard William | | Rogers, James Gamble | | Rohatyn, Felix George | | Roll, Lord | | Roosa, Robert Vincent | | Roosevelt, Eleanor | | Roosevelt, John A. | | Root, Alan Charles | | Root, Elihu | | Rootes, William Geoffrey | | Roper, Elmo B., Jr. | | Rothschild, Lord Nathan Mayer "Natty" | | Rothschild, Anthony Gustav de | | Rothschild, James A. de | | Rothschild, Edmund Leopold | | Royall, Kenneth Claiborne | | Rumsfeld, Donald | | Runciman, Lord Walter | | Rusk, David Dean | | Russell, Sir George | | Russell, Sir John | | Russell, Lindsay | | Sabin, Charles Hamilton | | Saint Germain, Peter | | Salter, Lord Arthur | | Saltzman, Charles Eskridge | | Sanders, Frank K. | | Sanderson, Sir Percy | | Sanger, William Cary | | Sarnoff, David | | Sassoon, Sir Philip | | Satterlee, Herbert L. | | Say, Rt. Rev. Richard David | | Sayre, Thomas Henry | | Scandrett, Richard B. | | Schieffelin, Bayard | | Schieffelin, William Jay, III | | Schiff, Jacob Henry | | Schiff, Mortimer Leo | | Schiff, John Mortimer | | Schiff, David Tevele | | Schlesinger, Arthur M., Jr. | | Schmitt, Roger Michael Laurence | | Schoales, Dudley Nevison | | Schroder, Baron Bruno L. | | Schuettinger, Robert L. | | Schumacher, Alan T. | | Schwab, Charles M. | | Scott, Harold Bartlett | | Scott, Stanley DeForest | | Scribner, Charles, Jr. | | Scully, Hugh Day | | Scully, Leonard T. | | Seaborg, Glenn T. | | Sebag-Montefiore, Harold | | Segal, Martin Eli | | Seitz, Raymond G.H. | | Selfridge, Harry Gordon | | Sexton, Dorrance | | Seymour, Whitney North | | Shackleton, Baron Edward Arthur Alexander | | Shallcross, Cecil Fleetwood | | Shannon, John | | Sharp, George Baldwin | | Sharp, George Clough | | Shawcross, Lord Hartley William | | Shea, George Edward, Jr. | | Sheffield, James Rockwell | | Shelbourne, Sir Philip | | Sheperd, Howard Cotterill | | Sherburne, Harold Hewitt | | Sherrill, Charles Hitchcock | | Sherwell, Guillermo Butler

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Sherwood, James Blair | | Shields, William | | Shields, William, Jr. | | Shultz, George P. | | Sigmon, Robert Leland | | Simon, William Edward | | Simonson, William A. | | Simpson, Christopher Dale | | Sims, William E. | | Sinclair, John J. | | Sinclair, Lord Robert | | Sinclair, Lt.-Col. Sir Walrond | | Sinclair, William MacDonald | | Singleton, Philip Arthur | | Skinner, Robert P. | | Sloan, Alfred P., Jr. | | Sloane, Ann Brownell | | Sloane, John | | Slynn, Lord Gordon | | Smallpeice, Sir Basil | | Smith, David Shiverick | | Smith, James Kellum | | Smith, Olcott Damon | | Smith, Robert A.C. | | Smith, Sir A. Rowland | | Smith, Gen. Walter Bedell | | Smuts, General Jan | | Snyder, Valentine P. | | Snow, John Ben | | Soames, Christopher | | Soames, Nicholas | | Solomon, Sir Richard | | Soubry, Emile Edmund | | Sparks, Sir Ashley | | Sparks, Thomas Ayres | | Speer, Edgar Boyle | | Speyer, Sir Edgar | | Speyer, James Joseph | | Spiller, Jill | | Spiro, Sidney | | Sprague, Phineas Shaw | | Sprague, Robert Chapman | | Spring-Rice, Sir Cecil Arthur | | Sproul, Allan | | Spurdle, John W. | | Stahel, Gen. Julius | | Stair, Alastair A. | | Stanley, Edward George Villiers | | Stahr, Elvis Jacob | | Stamm, John Davies | | Stanley, Edmund Allport, Jr. | | Staples, Norman Appleton | | Stearns, Foster | | Stemmler, Theodore Washington | | Stemper, William Herman | | Sterling, Sir Louis Saul | | Sterling, Robert Lee | | Stetson, Eugene W., Jr. | | Stetson, Basil W. | | Stettinius, Edward R., Jr. | | Stevens, Roger Lacey | | Stewart, Cecil Parker | | Stewart, Harold Julian | | Stewart, James Christian | | Stillman, Chauncey D. | | Stimson, Henry L. | | Stirling, Duncan Alexander | | Stovall, Robert Henry | | Strathcona, Lord Donald Alexander Smith | | Strathmore, Mary | | Straton, John Charles, Jr. | | Straus, Jack I. | | Strauss, Adm. Elliott Bowman | | Streator, Edward J. | | Strong, Austin | | Strong, Benjamin, Jr. | | Strong, Benjamin | | Stuart, Sir Collin Campbell | | Stubbs, Ralph Sprengle | | Studd, Sir Kynaston | | Stupin, Susan Lee | | Sulzberger, Arthur Hays | | Sunderland, Edwin Sherwood Stowell | | Sutherland, Peter Denis | | Swope, Gerard | | Swope, Herbert Bayard | | Symington, William Stuart | | Taft, William Howard | | Taft, Henry Waters | | Talcott, James Frederick | | Tappan, James Clifford | | Tarler, George Cornell | | Taylor, Harry | | Taylor, Sir John Wilson | | Taylor, General Maxwell D. | | Taylor, Martin | | Taylor, Myron Charles | | Taylor, William Towson | | Temperley, Joseph | | Tennant, Sir Peter F. D. | | Terrington, 3th Baron | | Terrington, 4th Baron | | Textor, George Clinton | | Thatcher, Margaret | | Thayer, Walter Nelson | | Thomas, Lowell | | Thomas, Lucien Irving | | Thompson, Earle Spaulding | | Thompson, Richard Stephen | | Thomson of Fleet, Lord Roy Herbert | | Thomson, Kenneth Roy | | Tiarks, Henry Frederick | | Tillinghast, Charles C., Jr. | | Tillinghast, David R. | | Tipper, Frederic W. | | Tobin, Richard Lardner | | Torrey, Clare M. | | Tower, Charlemagne | | Tower, John Goodwin | | Townsend, Lynn Alfred | | Townsend, Dallas Selwyn | | Train, John P. C. | | Trainor, Richard "Rick" | | Traphagen, John Conselyea | | Tree, Marietta Peabody | | Trevelyan, Lord Humphrey | | Trevor, John Bond | | Trexler, Samuel Geiss | | Tuck, Edward Hallam | | Tuckerman, Eliot

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Tuke, Sir Anthony Faville | | Tunney, Gene | | Turner, Sir Mark | | Tuttle, Robert Holmes | | Twain, Mark | | Tweedsmuir, 2nd Baron | | Tweedy, Lawrence | | Twisk, Russell | | Ure, Sir John | | Van Alen, James H. | | Vance, Cyrus Roberts | | Vanderbilt, Cornelius (III) | | Vanderlip, Frank Arthur | | Vanderlip, Frank A., Jr. | | Vanderpool, Wynant Davis | | Van Dine, Vance | | Van Rensselaer, Charles Augustus | | Van Rensselaer, William Stephen | | Van Santvoord, George | | Vane Bearns, Henry Darlington | | Vaughan II, G. Tully | | Vietor, Alexander Orr | | Viggers, Peter John | | Vila, George Raymond | | Villiers, Sir Charles Hyde | | Vincent, Lord Edgar | | Vogel, Martin | | Vokey, Richard Snow | | Volcker, Paul A. | | Vreeland, Edward Butterfield | | Vreeland, Herbert Harold | | Wade-Gery, Sir Robert | | Wadsworth, Dyer Seymour | | Wadsworth, Robert Haigh | | Wainwright, Jonathan Mayhew | | Wakehurst, 2nd Baron | | Walker, Angus Lightfoot | | Walker, Bayard | | Walker, Sir David | | Walker, John Denley | | Wallace, John Madder | | Wampler, Cloud | | Wands, Ernest Henry | | Wangeman, Frank George | | Warburg, Paul Moritz | | Warburg, Felix M. | | Warburg, Sir Siegmund George | | Warburg, George Siegmund | | Ward, George Gray | | Ward, Harry Edwin | | Ward, Nicholas Donnell | | Ward, William Francis, Jr. | | Warner, Bradford Arnold | | Warner, Miner Will | | Warren, Charles Elliott | | Warren, Louis Bancel | | Watson, Lord Alan | | Watson, Gen. Thomas L. | | Watson, Thomas John | | Watson, Thomas J., Jr. | | Watson, Arthur K. | | Watts, Edward Everett, Jr. | | Watts, Harry Dorsey | | Webster, Bethuel M. | | Webster, David | | Weed, Clyde E. | | Weeks, George K. | | Weicker, Lowell Palmer | | Weidenfeld, Lord | | Weinberger, Caspar Williard | | Welch, Leo Dewey | | Wellington, Herbert Galbraith | | Wells, Herbert George "H. G." | | Wendell, Arthur Rindge | | Werner, Victor Davis | | West, Canon Edward Nason | | West, Baron | | West, Richard Houghton | | Wetmore, James Stuart | | Wharton, Clifton Reginald, Jr. | | Wheeler, General Joseph | | Wheeler, Post | | Wheeler-Bennett, Sir John | | Whelpley, James Davenport | | Whipple, Taggart | | White, Henry S. | | White, James Gilbert | | Whitehead, John C. | | Whiting, Gordon James | | Whitman, Charles S. | | Whitmarsh, Theodore Francis | | Whitney, John "Jock" Hay | | Whitney, William Bernard | | Whitridge, Arnold M. C. | | Whittemore, Edward William | | Whittemore, Frederick Brewster | | Whittingham, Charles Arthur | | Wickersham, George Woodward | | Wickser, Philip John | | Wiggin, Albert Henry | | Wiggin, Charles B. | | Willcocks, Lt-Gen. Sir Michael (Alan) | | Wilds, Bonnie | | Wilkie, John | | Will, John Mylin | | Williams, Langbourne Meade | | Williams, Paul Whitcomb | | Williamson, Frederick Ely | | Wilmer, William Holland | | Wilson, Carroll Louis | | Wilson, Edward George | | Wilson, George T. | | Wilson, Orme | | Wilson, Roscoe Charles | | Winant, John Gilbert  | | Wince-Smith, Deborah L. | | Windisch, Frederick C. | | Windsor, King Edward VIII | | Windsor, King George VI | | Windsor, Queen Elizabeth I | | Windsor, Queen Elizabeth II | | Windsor, Prince Philip (Duke of Edinburgh) | | Windsor, Prince Charles (Prince of Wales) | | (Windsor) Laurence, Princess Anne | | Windsor, Prince Arthur William (Duke of Connaught) | | Windsor, Prince George (Duke of Kent) | | Windor, Prince Edward (Duke of Kent) | | Windsor, Laurence Charles, Jr. | | Wingate, Henry Smith | | Winthrop, John | | Wolfe, Henry Cutler | | Wolfenden, Baron John Frederick | | Wolfensohn, James | | Wontner, Sir Hugh | | Wood, David Clarence | | Wood, Edward Frederick Lindley | | Wood, Frederic Taylor | | Wood, John Frank | | Wood, Gen. Leonard | | Woodbridge, Charles Kingsley | | Woodfield, Denis Buchanan | | Woodford, Stewart Lyndon | | Woodhull, Daniel Ellis | | Woodruff, Timothy Lester | | Woods, George Donald | | Woodward, Benjamin | | Woolley, Clarence Mott | | Woolsey, R. James | | Worcester, Robert M. | | Wykes, Hunter | | Wynn, James Oscar | | Wrench, Sir Evelyn | | Wright, Sir Rowland S. | | Wriston, Henry Merritt | | Wriston, Walter Bigelow | | Yancey, Richard Charles | | Young, John Maurice | | Young, Owen D. | | Young, Dr. David R. | | Young, Samuel Baldwin Marks | | Younger, Samuel "Sam" | | Zirin, James David | | Zuckerman, Lord Solly | | Zulueta, Sir Philip de

b42f84 No.400745

For Starters

Brzezinski, Zbigniew -> Mika Brzezinski

McCain, John Sidney, Jr. -> "We don't say his name" John S. McCain III

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Pilgrims Society Member:

Zbigniew Brzezinski


Mika Brzezinski

"Brzezinski was born in New York City, the daughter of Polish-born foreign policy expert and former National Security Advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski[5] and Swiss-born sculptor Emilie Anna Benešová. Her mother, of Czech descent, is a grandniece of Czechoslovakia's former president Edvard Beneš."

https:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mika_Brzezinski

b42f84 No.432437

Pilgrims Society Member:

John Sidney McCain Jr.


John Sidney McCain III

"John Sidney McCain III (born August 29, 1936) is an American politician serving as the senior United States Senator from Arizona since 1987…..

John McCain was born on August 29, 1936, at Coco Solo Naval Air Station in the Panama Canal Zone, to naval officer John S. McCain Jr. (1911–1981) and Roberta (Wright) McCain (b. 1912). "

https:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_McCain

b42f84 No.432469

Pilgrims Society Member:

Cornelius Vanderbilt III


Anderson Cooper

"Cooper was born in New York City, the younger son of the writer Wyatt Emory Cooper and the artist, fashion designer, writer, and heiress Gloria Vanderbilt. His maternal grandparents were millionaire equestrian Reginald Claypoole Vanderbilt and socialite Gloria Morgan Vanderbilt, and his maternal great-great-great-grandfather was business magnate Cornelius Vanderbilt, who founded the prominent Vanderbilt shipping and railroad fortune.[3] He is also a descendant, through his mother, of Civil War brevet Major General Hugh Judson Kilpatrick, who was with General William T. Sherman on his march through Georgia. Through his "Vanderbilt" line, he is a second cousin, once removed, of screenwriter James Vanderbilt."

https:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anderson_Cooper

b42f84 No.457196

Pilgrims Society Member:

Simon, William Edward

>Member board of advisors of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights. Member of the advisory committee of AmeriCares, which coordinated its aid missions with the CIA, the Vatican and the Reagan administration. Other members of the advisory council of AmeriCares have been Cercle participants general Richard Stilwell and Zbigniew Brzezinski, just as J. Peter Grace. AmeriCares additionally counted on the heavy involvement of the Bushe family and the Knights of Malta in general. The early partner of AmeriCares, Catholic priest Bruce Ritter, withdrew from the partnership after he was exposed as a pedophile. Member of the endowment committee of Covenant House, which was founded by the allegedly pedophile priest Bruce Ritter.

https:// isgp-studies.com/pilgrims-society-membership-list


Bill Simon

>William Edward "Bill" Simon Jr. (born June 20, 1951) is an American businessman, philanthropist and politician. In 2002, Simon campaigned unsuccessfully for Governor of California as a Republican against Democratic incumbent Gray Davis. Billed as a "conservative Republican," the virtually unknown Simon's campaign was significantly boosted by support from better-known Republican officeholders from outside California, including former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani.

https:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bill_Simon_(politician)

J. Peter Simon

"Mr. J. Peter Simon serves as the Chairman of the Oncology Leadership Council at Morristown Memorial Hospital. Mr. Simon also serves as a Co-Chairman of the William E. Simon Foundation and is a Director at the Covenant House New Jersey."

https:// www.bloomberg.com/research/stocks/private/person.asp?personId=75770&privcapId=3777945&previousCapId=3777945&previousTitle=Lafayette%20College

Covenant House

>Elizabeth man's arrest sheds light on human trafficking in New Jersey Feb 1, 2018, 8:21 pm

>NEWARK — Milton Valentine, 47, of Elizabeth has been accused of allegedly forcing two 18-year-old girls into prostitution, according to authorities.

>The arrest has workers at Covenant House, which provides food, shelter, and immediate crisis care services to homeless and trafficked youth between the ages of 18 and 21, speaking out on the issue of human trafficking.

http:// www.fios1news.com/newjersey/elizabeth-man-arrest-sheds-light-on-human-trafficking

b42f84 No.489288

File: c4277701bda991e⋯.png (193.84 KB, 987x474, 329:158, PilgrimsoftheUS2016taxfili….png)

Highlighting notable players

Baker, James A.: Current Vice President

>Pilgrims tax form 2016

Dietsche, Andrew M.L.: Current Vice President

>Pilgrims tax form 2016

Kissinger, Henry Alfred: Current Vice President

>Pilgrims tax form 2016

Lawson-Johnston, Peter: Current Treasurer

>Pilgrims tax form 2016

Peterson, Peter George

>ISGP:Source(s): 2002 list; April 21, 2005, New York Daily News, Daily Dish & Gossip, 'Lloyd Grove's Lowdown: Celeb rep snaps at his kind'; 2014 list

Pulling, Thomas L.: Current Secretary

>Pilgrims tax form 2016

Rockefeller, John Davison, Jr.

Rockefeller, Percy Avery

Rockefeller, James Stillman

Rockefeller, Nelson Aldrich

Rockefeller, David

Rockefeller, William "Bill"

Rothschild, Lord Nathan Mayer "Natty"

Rothschild, Anthony Gustav de

Rothschild, James A. de

Rothschild, Edmund Leopold

>do these really need explaining

Rumsfeld, Donald

>ISGP:Source(s): 1990 list

>Ford's chief of staff 1974-1975. Secretary of defense 1975-1977 and 2001-2006

Spiller, Jill: Current Executive Director

>Pilgrims tax form 2016

Volcker, Paul A.: Current Pilgrims Vice President

>Pilgrims tax form 2016

Warner, Miner Will: Current Pilgrims President

>Pilgrims tax form 2016

Pilgrims of the United States 2016 tax filing

https:// www.charitiesnys.com/RegistrySearch/getcontent?guid={70D85560-0000-CC3D-96E4-7FFE09B89A4A}&orgid=20-50-62&title=Annual%20Filing%20for%20Charitable%20Organizations&project=Charities

older filings

https:// www.charitiesnys.com/RegistrySearch/show_details.jsp?id={EB6DEC95-D746-4E6C-8CB2-70FD32CF39A1}

b42f84 No.494432

Pilgrims Society Member & Former President

Henry Luce III

>son of Henry R Luce, also Pilgrims

Born in New York City in 1925, he was the elder son of Time Inc.'s late co-founder and editor-in-chief, Henry Robinson Luce, and the late Lila Hotz Tyng. He served in the United States Navy and graduated from the Brooks School and Yale University. With Time Inc. for thirty years, he was the publisher of Fortune and Time, vice president for corporate planning, and a member of Time Inc.'s and Time Warner's board of directors. He was a trustee of Princeton Theological Seminary, the Center of Theological Inquiry, The College of Wooster, Brooklyn Museum of Art, A Christian Ministry in the National Parks, Eisenhower Exchange Fellowships, NewYork Historical Society, United Board for Christian Higher Education in Asia, Yale-China Association, and a director of the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations. He served as president of the New Museum of Contemporary Art, chairman of the board of China Institute in America, president of The Pilgrims of the U.S., and an elder of the Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church. For forty-seven years, he was a director of the Henry Luce Foundation,serving as president and then as chairman and C.E.O. until 2002

https:// query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9905E2D91031F931A2575AC0A9639C8B63

>Time Inc went defunct on Jan 31 2018

https:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time_Inc.

>Q posts the phrase "FREEDOM DAY" twice on Jan 31

Time Inc. had possession and copyright to the original JFK Zapruder film

https:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zapruder_film

The National Committee on North Korea:Donors

>Henry Luce Foundation

>Carnegie Corporation of New York (Andre Carnegie another Pilgrim member)

https:// www.ncnk.org/who-we-are/donors

More Henry Foundation influence in Asia/Pacific politics

Center for Strategic & International Studies:Crisis Simulations

The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) conducted a 1.5 day-long U.S.-China-Philippines simulation exercise on a crisis in the South China Sea in November 2015 with the generous support of the Henry Luce Foundation. The project aimed to underscore the potential for miscalculation in the South China Sea; identify specific actions that could cause a crisis and potential escalation; determine possible off ramps in a crisis that could enable de-escalation; and identify options for crisis management mechanisms that would be most useful to prevent an accident or escalation from taking place. Participants were split amongst four teams: a U.S. team, a China team, a Philippines team, and a control team.

https:// www.csis.org/programs/china-power-project/security/crisis-simulations


H. Christopher Luce

>Henry Luce Foundation Board of Directors along with Thomas Pulling (Pilgrims Secretary)

http:// www.hluce.org/boarddirec_staff.aspx

Lila Frances Luce

http:// www.nytimes.com/2005/09/10/classified/paid-notice-deaths-luce-henry-iii.html

b42f84 No.494512


Peter Peterson (CFR Chairman after David Rockefeller)

>He succeeded David Rockefeller as Chairman of the Council on Foreign Relations in 1985 and served until his retirement in 2007. He currently serves as Trustee of the Rockefeller family's Japan Society and of the Museum of Modern Art, and was previously on the board of Rockefeller Center Properties, Inc.

https:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_George_Peterson

Peterson Institute of International Economics

https:// piie.com/about/board-directors

Board of Directors

Lynn Forester de Rothschild *

CEO and President, E.L. Rothschild Limited

Honorary Directors

Alan Greenspan

Former Chairman, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System; former President and Chief Executive Officer, Townsend-Greenspan and Co.; former Chairman, Council of Economic Advisers.

George P. Shultz

Honorary Fellow, Hoover Institution; former Secretary of State; President and Director of Bechtel Group, Inc.; Secretary of the Treasury; Director, Office of Management and Budget; and Secretary of Labor.

Paul A. Volcker

Henry Kaufman Visiting Professor, New York University Stern School of Business; former Chairman, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System; former President of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York; former Under Secretary of the Treasury for Monetary Affairs.

b42f84 No.507117


Stepfather to:

Arthur T. Hadley III, M.D.

Victoria Smitter Barlow

Matthew Smitter Eliott, D.V.M.

Caroline Smitter Nicholson, Ph.D.

http:// www.nytimes.com/2005/09/12/classified/paid-notice-deaths-luce-henry-iii.html


>Caroline Smitter Nicholson’s suit seeks $15 million in damages from her mother, Leila Hadley Luce, and her stepfather, Henry Luce III, scion of the famed Luce publishing family, both of whom she accuses of acting sexually toward her as a young girl.

>Nicholson, 44, blames Leila Hadley for having her photographed topless on a bed as a 5-year-old for a picture published in Harper’s Bazaar in 1964.

>In a profile of photographer Bob Richardson, The New Yorker called it a “beautiful and disturbing nude,” and noted that in “another picture, she is coiffed and dolled up like Brigitte Bardot.”

https:// nypost.com/2003/05/23/time-scion-accused-in-15m-sex-suit/

>Her teenage daughter had become her 81-year-old multimillionaire mother's

latest victim. In a deposition, Nicholson alleged, "By the age of 12 or 13, I would be

called into their bedrooms to admire Hank's naked body . . . On another occasion, I was

asked to get into bed between them after they had just had sex. They were

both naked."Nicholson's 17-year-old daughter, in her deposition, said her

grandmother "would massage my body in ways that made me feel uncomfortable.

"She would ask me to undress in front of her, she would undress in front of me.

She would continuously make comments on my body and talk about my body and

nudity and sex." One of Nicholson's molestation accusations against her mother

was thrown out by the judge in the civil case because the statute of limitations

had expired. But the judge allowed an accusation that Leila Hadley Luce had

molested the teenage granddaughter to go forward.

>Nicholson's charges have now received chilling and surprising reinforcement. Her

long-estranged sister, Victoria Barlow, 52, has stepped out of the shadows after

nearly 30 years to say that her sister is telling the truth. She said in a legal deposition

that she, too, was molested by their mother and now-deceased stepfather, who together

made their childhood "a daily hell."

>A former lover of Time magazine heiress Leila Hadley Luce says he bedded the socialite's daughter when she was just 13 - at the urging of the child's mother.

>John Palcewski says he "committed statutory rape" by having sex with Victoria Barlow in 1967 after Leila Luce allegedly told him, "Maybe it would be better if she lost her virginity to someone like you."

>But Palcewski says the girl wasn't a virgin - and that the whole incident was wrapped up in the mores of the "swinging '60s."

>The $20 million suit also alleges Henry Luce III, 81, sexually abused Nicholson's daughter, now 17.

>In a recent deposition for her sister's suit, Barlow says Leila Luce purposely incited Palcewski's lust for her.

>One day, while Barlow was in the hallway on her way to her room after taking a shower, Leila Luce "pulled the towel off me in front of John," she says. That incident was part of "a pattern . . . of [Leila] setting up situations in which we children would be abused," Barlow says in her sworn deposition.

>The night of the towel incident, Barlow says in her deposition, "I walked into the den . . . to talk with him . . . and we had sex …

>Palcewski does not dispute Barlow's account of his single sexual encounter with her.

https:// nickyskye.blogspot.com/2013/05/the-luce-family-war-article-in-vanity.html

b42f84 No.507263

Pilgrims Member:

Louis, John Jeffry, Jr.

>United States Ambassador to the United Kingdom

>From 1961 to 1968, he was chairman of KTAR Broadcasting in Phoenix, Arizona, until it merged with a local billboard company to form Combined Communications Corporation. He then served as chair of the merged company. In 1979, Combined Communications merged with Gannett, and John J. Louis Jr. joined Gannett.

https:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_J._Louis_Jr.

All UK Ambassadors are at least Honorary Pilgrims members

Previous UK Ambassadors confirmed members

Armstrong, Anne Legendre

>ISGP: Source(s): 1980, The Pilgrims of the US, 'List of Members and Rules' (complete list; photocopy supplied to ISGP by B.J. in February 2008); 2003, Anne Pimlott Baker, The Pilgrims of the United States - A centennial history'

Brewster, Kingman, Jr. (Former Pilgrims Vice president)

>Source(s): Pilgrims of the United States officers list (vice president from 1979 until his death in 1988); Pilgrims of the United States, 'Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of Members, January 25, 1989' (obituary list)


John Jeffry Louis III

>His son John Jeffry Louis, III has continued the family legacy, serving on the boards of directors of S.C. Johnson and Gannett, as well as the Northwestern University board of trustees.

https:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_J._Louis_Jr.

>Chairman, Gannett Co., Inc. Co-founder and former chairman, Parson Capital Corporation.

>Other directorships & trusteeships: The Olayan Group; S. C. Johnson & Son, Inc.; and chairman of the U.S./ U.K. Fulbright Commission.

http:// www.gannett.com/who-we-are/board-of-directors/

b42f84 No.507436


Hard to find any concrete membership list

Post 345

>Archive - watchers will now erase from web.


Attended Pilgrims Society Dinner

At Least Our New Envoy to Britain Gives Good Parties

>John Jeffrey Louis Jr., the United States ambassador to the Court of St. James's (or Britain, as mere commoners call it) is the affable incarnation of a purely- political appointee, an "amateur" in public life, as he freely admits.

>In one typical week, they were busy every night including Sunday (dinner for visiting USIA director Charles Z. Wick), attending, among other things, an American Airlines dinner, a Pilgrims Society dinner and a dinner for the American Banks Association in London. Recently, they had 50 people in for Prince Charles and Princess Diana, among them Julie Nixon and David Eisenhower, who flew over for the event. The queen came last month to meet a table full of top American businessmen.

https:// www.washingtonpost.com/archive/opinions/1983/01/02/at-least-our-new-envoy-to-britain-gives-good-parties/d8e016ef-55de-494b-bdb5-ec40b83f76bd/

b42f84 No.507548


Obama Calls for a New American Century

The Washington Free Beacon reports that in a speech to the U.S. Air Force Academy today, President Obama called for "another great American century":

Henry Luce, the founder and publisher of Time magazine, famously coined the term “American century” to refer to the United States’ enhanced geostrategic position at the end of World War II.

http:// www.weeklystandard.com/obama-calls-for-a-new-american-century/article/645794

b42f84 No.515456

Scanning the bread highlights and noticed something interesting

Research General #630

Trump Witch Hunt tweet tied to Pilgrims


Post makes it into #631's notable list


"apprentice baker" steps in


anons suspect shilly bread



baker provides old dough mistakenly,then "new" dough




Following breads #632 #633 #634 notables skip new entries from #631




Shill bakers? Innocent clerical error? Not sure

bc1b4b No.515549

Other than being a society that is a connection point for members of the cabal, is there anything about the Pilgrim's Society that indicates what it does (activities, etc.)?

b42f84 No.515749


more depth on Peterson in old "Who is P" /cbts/ board

https:// 8ch.net/cbts/res/202645.html#206445

b42f84 No.515988


That's a really good question, that I don't have a solid answer for given what little they actually divulge to the public.

On the surface it looks like a benign NGO published openly on the US/UK embassy website

https:// uk.usembassy.gov/draft1-ambassador-johnsons-remarks-pilgrims/

But you look at the individual players involved and their activities, it paints a different story where the organization is a front to operate in the open.

b42f84 No.516130


One poster on the general boards suggested looking into Charles Savoie


A lot of his articles focus on the Pilgrims manipulating the economy, such as this from part three of his series

>There was no more important ringleader in breaking the Hunt-Arab silver play than Paul Volcker—still today, Obama‟s top economic adviser.

https:// www.silverdoctors.com/gold/gold-news/silver-suppressors-hiding-in-the-dark-part-1/

https:// www.silverdoctors.com/gold/gold-news/wrecking-the-silver-monetary-system-silver-suppressors-hiding-in-the-dark-part-2/

https:// www.silverdoctors.com/gold/gold-news/pilgrims-society-are-the-gold-silver-manipulators-not-bilderbergs-silver-supressors-part-3/

https:// www.silverdoctors.com/gold/gold-news/pilgrims-society-takeover-of-bitcoin-the-high-tech-monetary-booby-trap-has-been-set/

bc1b4b No.522896



Thanks, I'll look into it.

bc1b4b No.522920

https:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pilgrims_Society

This still doesn't really tell what they do.

b42f84 No.543733


Neither do their taxes, it just doesn't reconcile.

I looked into their foundation which isn't tied to any project or cause.

An organization with hundreds of elites and such a small revenue and asset base, it doesn't make sense

In tax year: 2013

John R Drexel Iv (PRESIDENT)

Thomas L Pulling (VICE PRESIDENT)

The Hon William J Van Heuvel (SECRETARY)

James D Zirin (TREASURER)


https:// missionandvision.org/nonprofit/133095744/the-pilgrims-foundation-inc/governing-board

Total Revenue


Total Functional Expenses $21,224

Net income $15,025

Notable sources of revenue

Contributions $17,500

Program services $0

Investment income $0

Net fundraising $0

Sales of assets $0

Net inventory sales $0

Other revenue $149 0.4%


Total Assets $98,918

Total Liabilities $0

Net Assets $98,918

https:// projects.propublica.org/nonprofits/organizations/133095744

b42f84 No.543763



George Soros connection to Brzezinski and Kissinger

"Billionaire investor/activist George Soros has a giant footprint in Ukraine. Similar to his operations in dozens of other nations, he has, over the past couple of decades, poured tens of millions of dollars into Ukrainian non-governmental organizations (NGOs), ostensibly to assist them in transforming their country into a more “open” and “democratic” society."


"Especially noteworthy in relation to Ukraine is his key involvement in the American-Ukrainian Advisory Committee (AUAC). The Ukrainian Weekly of December 10, 1995, reported:

The American-Ukrainian Advisory Committee met in New York on November 17-18 [1995] and reiterated its strong conviction that a resilient Ukraine is in the interest of European stability and thus also American security.

Among other things, the AUAC called upon the U.S. Congress, USAID, the IMF, the World Bank, and the EU to shower the Ukrainian government (then run by “former” Communist Leonid Kuchma). It also encouraged the Ukrainian government to hasten “privatization” by selling “blocks of equity to private investors.” Kuchma followed their advice and, as in the former Soviet Union, his false “privatization” scheme transferred enormous state assets into the hands of select Communist Party members, creating instant billionaire oligarchs, who have dominated Ukraine ever since. Sitting on the UAUC with Soros were one-world CFR heavyweights Zbigniew Brzezinski, Henry Kissinger, Frank Carlucci, and Richard Burt. The same one-worlders are pushing the same agenda today, two decades later."

https:// www.thenewamerican.com/world-news/europe/item/17843-george-soros-s-giant-globalist-footprint-in-ukraine-s-turmoil

b42f84 No.543970

Pilgrims Society Member:

Zbigniew Brzezinski


Mark Brzezinski

Mark Francis Brzezinski (born April 7, 1965) is an American lawyer who served as the United States Ambassador to Sweden from 2011–2015.

Brzezinski is the son of Polish-born former National Security Advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski and the grandson of Polish diplomat Tadeusz Brzeziński. His mother, Emilie Benes Brzezinski, is the grandniece of former Czechoslovak president Edvard Beneš. His sister is Mika Brzezinski, co-host of the morning talk show Morning Joe, and his brother is military expert Ian Brzezinski. He is also first cousin of author Matthew Brzezinski.

Brzezinski was a foreign policy advisor to the presidential campaign of Barack Obama,[1] and was later appointed Ambassador to Sweden by Obama

https:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mark_Brzezinski

Mark Brzezinski, a Managing Director, leads Makena’s sustainability efforts and assists in responding to the growing demand for environmentally and socially responsible investment portfolios.

Mark is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), where he has served on the board of advisors of CFR's Corporate Program. In 2010, President Obama named him to the U.S. State Department's Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board, which oversees the Fulbright and other U.S. government exchange programs.

https:// www.makenacap.com/team/mark-brzezinski/

Ian Joseph Brzezinski

Ian Joseph Brzezinski (born December 23, 1963) is an American foreign policy and military affairs expert.

He served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Europe and NATO Policy in 2001–2005, under President George W. Bush.

In 1993–1994, Brzezinski became a volunteer advisor to the government of Ukraine, where he assisted Ukraine's National Security Council, Foreign Ministry, Defense Ministry and Parliament.

He returned to the United States in 1995, and became Legislative Assistant for National Security Affairs to Senator William V. Roth. In 2000, he became a Senior Professional Staff Member for the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations.

https:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ian_Brzezinski

b42f84 No.544031

This court case on the Obama Birther issue came close to pinning a lot of the Pilgrims members, but tied the conspiracy to the Vatican and Roman Catholic Church and ultimately lost the case.

Christopher-Earl Strunk, in esse , Plaintiff,



http:// www.courts.state.ny.us/REPORTER/3dseries/2013/2013_50445.htm

b42f84 No.560859

Pilgrims Society Members:

Arthur Hays Sulzberger + Adolph Simon Ochs (father-in-law)


Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr.


Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr. (born September 22, 1951) is an American journalist. Sulzberger became the Publisher of The New York Times in 1992, and Chairman of The New York Times Company in 1997, succeeding his father, Arthur Ochs Sulzberger. On December 14, 2017, he announced he would be ceding the post of publisher to his son, Arthur Gregg "A.G." Sulzberger, effective January 1, 2018.

Sulzberger was born in Mount Kisco, New York, one of two children of Barbara Winslow (née Grant) and Arthur Ochs "Punch" Sulzberger Sr., the grandson of Arthur Hays Sulzberger, and the great-grandson of Adolph Ochs. His sister is Karen Alen Sulzberger, who is married to author Eric Lax.[4]

https:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arthur_Ochs_Sulzberger_Jr.

The Hill:Read Trump's remarks at Gridiron dinner

We also have some of the leading lights of the media here including some folks from the failing New York Times. That sucker is failing! … I know we have our differences, but I also know that you have a very special place … in my heart. … The other day they had five stories on the front page of the New York Times and every one of them was totally different and each one of them was bad.

After all, you the New York Times are an icon. I’m a New York icon, you’re a New York icon, and the only difference is, I still own my buildings.

I especially have a place in my heart for Arthur Sulzberger. … Our stories are almost mirror images. I inherited a million dollars from my father—had a great father—gave me a million dollars and I turned it into billions. True story. Arthur inherited billions of dollars and he turned his into millions. Hello Arthur.

http:// thehill.com/homenews/administration/376673-read-trumps-remarks-at-gridiron-dinner

Q posts [ROASTED]


125af3 No.576186

Try searching here

http:// itccs.org/tag/ninth-circle/

b42f84 No.611570

Pilgrims Society Members

Sir Winston Churchill >son, Randolph Churchill

>Source(s): 1903 list; 1907 U.S. list; Who's Who digital edition ("Pilgrims of U.S.")

William Averell Harriman

>Source(s): 2003, Anne Pimlott Baker, The Pilgrims of the United States - A centennial history'; 1974 list; 1969 list; 1980, The Pilgrims of the US, 'List of Members and Rules' (complete list; photocopy supplied to ISGP by B.J. in February 2008)

William S. Paley

>Source(s): 1980, The Pilgrims of the US, 'List of Members and Rules' (complete list; photocopy supplied to ISGP by B.J. in February 2008); Pilgrims of the United States, 'Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of Members, January 15, 1992' (obituary list)

Post #329

Follow the wives.

These people are stupid.


Wife to both Randolph Churchill and Averell Harriman, Romantic affairs with both Paley and Elie de Rothschild

Pamela Harriman (Pamela Beryl Harriman, Pamela Digby, Pamela Churchill Harriman)

Marriage to Randolph Churchill

In 1939, while working at the Foreign Office in London doing French-to-English translations, Pamela met Randolph Churchill, the son of Winston Churchill. Randolph proposed to her on the very evening they met, and they were married on 4 October 1939. Two days after Randolph Churchill took his seat in the House of Commons, their son Winston was born. \

Romantic involvements and affairs

Beside two additional marriages, Pamela Harriman had numerous affairs with men of prominence and wealth. During her marriage to Randolph Churchill, she had romantic involvements with men such as: W. Averell Harriman, who much later became her third husband; Edward R. Murrow; and John Hay "Jock" Whitney. Notable consorts after her divorce included Prince Aly Khan, Alfonso de Portago, Gianni Agnelli, and Baron Elie de Rothschild.

William S. Paley, briefly a consort during the war, said: "She is the greatest courtesan of the century", meaning it more as a compliment than a detraction.The more critical Max Hastings said, acerbically, "she was … described as having become 'a world expert on rich men's bedroom ceilings'."

Marriage to W. Averell Harriman

hey were married on 27 September 1971. With this marriage, her social focus was moved to Washington, D.C., where he owned a townhouse in Georgetown from which they entertained many notable persons. Harriman, a railroad heir, was wealthy and also bought an estate in Virginia and a private jet.[3] With Harriman's involvement and links in the Democratic Party, her political career began.

https:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pamela_Harriman

b42f84 No.611595


Propping up the Clinton Machine


When World War II broke out BROWN BROTHERS HARRIMAN, headed by Averell Harriman, UNION BANK headed by Prescott Bush and George Herbert Walker and the law firm of SULLIVAN AND CROMWELL, headed by John Foster Dulles were transacting what was essentially all the major business in the UNITED STATES for the NAZI cartels. Then after the war these men went on to higher level positions of public trust. Averell became ambassador to the USSR (leaving Pammy behind), John Foster Dulles became Secretary of State — his brother CIA Director —all for the furtherance of a business scheme that has been called the Cold War.

A computer search was initiated in a local library of all nationally syndicated magazines for any mention of Pamela Harriman. In more than 5 years 6 magazines mentioned Pamela but only VOGUE, Aug 92 Vol. 182 mentioned her in connection with her last husband, Averell Harriman — this in connection to a big D.C. bash announcing Clark Clifford's book, COUNCIL TO THE PRESIDENT. NEWSWEEK 5/15/87 referenced the fact that Pamela Harriman has raised more money for the DEMOCRATIC PARTY than any other single person and TIME 6/3/91, and two other issues of NEWSWEEK 12/24/90, 6/25/90 as well as NATIONAL REVIEW 2/10/89 and the aforementioned VOGUE all referenced Pamela's political action committee — nick named "PAM PAC". Not one nationally syndicated magazine included in their articles the most germane fact that the person hand picked by Pam herself to be chairman of PAM PAC was none other than our present Bill Clinton! When Clinton lost his race for governor Pam was there to dust him off and set him up as chairman of her all powerful vehicle of power — PAM PAC!

Not one news magazine connected the names of Bill Clinton with Pamela Harriman in any article for more than 5 years! Is there one reader out there who thinks this omission was not coldly calculated? Pamela Harriman enjoys such power that not only can she keep her name out of print but she can control each and every word printed about her — at least in regards to the publications herein referenced. Is it possible that TIME, NEWSWEEK, and the others could possibly overlook something as overwhelmingly apparent as this. It is not. These publications are not trying to provide their readers with usable knowledge. They know the secret elite that drive human events but they will never share their knowledge with readers.

If Pamela Harriman was the single largest contributor to the Democratic Party, who was the largest financial contributor to the Republican Party? Why it was a Texan named Walter Mischer. Mischer also distinguishes himself by being the largest single donor to both George Bush and Lloyd Bentsen — quite a neat trick when one considers that it came close to being a Bush/Bentsen race for the presidency. Peter Brewton's currently available book, GEORGE BUSH, THE CIA AND THE MAFIA is primarily focused on the role Mischer played as a kingpin in the looting of the S No doubt the Bentsen appointment to Secretary of the Treasury pleases Mischer enormously. Misher's name is also void of mention in national media. I guess the pundits in the major media think the public would not be interested in those who finance the men who become presidents.

https:// archive.fo/dGuWK

thanks to these anons pointing out Pamela Harriman



b42f84 No.611774

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.


The Secret Society That Controls The Precious Metal Market:Charles Savoie

Charles Savoie quotes Gary Allen's 1971 work Nixon Man Behind the Mask pg 223 stating"Bobst (Elmer Holmes) is listed as a member of the highly secret Pilgrims society which is even closer to the inner circle of the conspiracy than the CFR"

Mark 5:45 William Salmon Treasury secretary had a hand in dropping gold from $200 to $105

Entire interview discusses the Pilgrims involvement in the central banks, globalism, and currency/precious metals manipulation.

Why do you think Trump is considering returning to the gold standard?

Is Trump Really Considering a Return?

When the U.S. government first legalized private ownership of gold again in 1975, Trump was one of the more aggressive investors in the country. He bought in at around $185 an ounce and claims he eventually sold his stake at somewhere between $780 an ounce and $790 an ounce.

But that doesn't mean that Trump is done with gold. He still has quite an affinity for it – something clearly visible in his lavish lifestyle. And when asked about his views on the gold standard in a 2016 interview, he told GQ, "Bringing back the gold standard would be very hard to do, but boy, would it be wonderful. We'd have a standard on which to base our money."

https:// www.americanthinker.com/articles/2018/03/is_trump_serious_about_returning_to_a_gold_standard.html

b42f84 No.623798

Post 238

Sidley Austin.

Happy hunting.



The spirit cooking discovery is bigger than you know.

Follow Maria.

There’s a reason the word ‘conspiracy’ was made/pushed.

Their weapon against the awakening.


Pilgrims Society Member, Executive Committee

James David Zirin

James David Zirin (born January 10, 1940) is an American lawyer, philanthropist, author, and television talk-show host. Zirin and his wife, Marlene Hess, are donors to both the Lincoln Center and the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.

For three years, he was an Assistant United States Attorney in Manhattan,[7][8] and served in the criminal division under Robert M. Morgenthau.[9][10] He was a partner in the law firm of Breed, Abbott & Morgan in New York until 1993 when he joined Sidley Austin

https:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_D._Zirin

Also CFR member

He has been a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, the past chair of its International Law Committee and a past chair of its Alternatives for Dispute Resolution Committee; a member of the International Academy of Trial Lawyers; the board of the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs of Princeton University; the board of trustees of New York Law School; the executive committee of The Pilgrims of the United States; and the Board of Editors of the New York Law Journal. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

https:// kentpresents.org/presenters/james-zirin.php

Multiple Marina Abramovic exhibits through the Museum of Modern Art

https:// www.moma.org/artists/26439

b42f84 No.643846

Pilgrims Society Member

Thomas H Kean

>Source(s): 2001 list; 2002 list; 2014 list (executive officer)

Awarded Pilgrims of the United States Medallion of Service to the Nation

https:// www.carnegie.org/about/trustees-and-staff/thomas-h-kean-chair/

Kean is best known globally, however, for his 2002 appointment as Chairman of the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States, widely known as the 9/11 Commission, which was responsible for investigating the causes of the September 11, 2001 attacks and providing recommendations to prevent future terrorist attacks. He was appointed to this post by U.S. President George W. Bush.

Bush appoints Kean

Bush initially selected former Nixon's Secretary of State, Henry Kissinger to head the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States (9/11 Commission). But on December 13, 2002, Kissinger resigned as the Commission's Chairman, under pressure because of potential conflicts with his global business consultancy.

https:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Kean


Over the years it has boasted an elite membership of politicians, diplomats, businessmen, and writers who have included Henry Kissinger, Margaret Thatcher, Caspar Weinberger, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Henry Luce, Lord Carrington, Alexander Haig, Paul Volcker, Thomas Kean and Walter Cronkite to mention a very few. Members of the immediate Royal Family, United States secretaries of state and United States ambassadors to the Court of St. James are customarily admitted to membership in the Society.

https:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pilgrims_Society

b42f84 No.644734


Giving a shout out to thank this anon for the Sulzberger post


b42f84 No.645108

Members also in theCouncil on Foreign Relations

James A. Baker III

Mark F. Brzezinski

Mika Brzezinski

Thomas H. Kean

John S. McCain III

Holly Peterson

Michael A. Peterson

Peter G. Peterson (Former Chairman)

Thomas L. Pulling

David Rockefeller Jr. (Former Chairman)

John D. Rockefeller IV

Mark L. Rockefeller

Nicholas Rockefeller

Steven C. Rockefeller

Susan Cohn Rockefeller

Valerie Rockefeller

George Soros

Paul A. Volcker

James D. Zirin

still searching lists for more

b42f84 No.656556

File: 49add149c070666⋯.png (1.83 MB, 1300x1114, 650:557, PrinceCharlesLordHarlechPi….png)

File: f9422ccb577f363⋯.jpg (381.06 KB, 2000x1358, 1000:679, Diana_InHerOwnWords_10-200….jpg)

Pilgrims Members:

The entire Royal Windsor Family

http:// www.nndb.com/org/207/000134802/


Prince Charles Windsor (Prince of Wales)

>http:// www.nndb.com/people/481/000023412/

>Pictured: 1970, Prince Charles and Lord Harlech (Sir William David Ormsby-Gore, President) at a Pilgrims Society dinner

>https:// www.alamy.com/stock-photo-dec-08-1970-london-the-hand-of-lord-harlech-greets-prince-charles-69451081.html

New York times obituary for Gen'l Alexander M. Haig

"The Pilgrims of the United States mourn the loss of our former Vice President and eminent statesman who was a recipient of the General William Donovan Award. We respectfully convey our condolences to his family. Miner H. Warner, President L. Charles Windsor, Secretary The Hon. Robin Chandler Duke, Treasurer"

https:// query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9506E3DE113AF937A15751C0A9669D8B63

Married Princess Diana (Diana Frances Spencer) in 1981. The marriage suffered so much so that the press dubbed the couple "The Glums". The two separated in 1992 then formally divorced in Aug 1996. Princess Diana was later killed in a car accident in Paris, Aug 1997, shortly after breaking up with Hasnat Khan and beginning a relationship with Dodi Fayed

https:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diana,_Princess_of_Wales

https:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles,_Prince_of_Wales

I'm speculating that the "accident"/murder was for two purposes: silencing her from releasing the society's secrets and denying Princess Diana's world-wide influence from falling into the hands of those outside of the society.

Snippet from Q post #100

Who is the Queen of England?

How long in power?

With power comes corruption.

What happened to Diana?

What did she find out?

Why was she running?

Who did she entrust to help her flee?

What was the cover?

Why is this relevant?

https:// archive.4plebs.org/pol/thread/148136485/#148143562

Thanks anon, I completely forgot Diana was mentioned by Q




b42f84 No.689010

>>657077, delayed check. Holy dubs of truth

Archived in notables


to expand on that, Trump's tweets first message with misspelled "Marine Core" at 19:55:27 EST within 3 minutes of >>656556 at 19:51:59 EST

The PS speculation with the correction of "Core" to "Corps" fueled the who is P debate from research general #812 an onwards

b42f84 No.689172

Branching out to other research boards and I'm finding overlap between memberships in the Pinay Cercle board >>656614

at glance:

Winston Curchill II

Henry Kissinger

Robert H. Knight

Norman Lamont

Richard Nixon (Honorary Pilgrims as US President)

Peter Petersen (misspelled Peterson?)

Nelson Rockefeller

David Rockefeller

Paul Volcker

b42f84 No.689201


Possible that the Pinay Cercle, as a newer organization, is an inner circle with a EU focus with the Atlantic Cercle an American Focus.

5e293e No.864990

I just posted a spider map with documents if you want to incorporate and cross reference.

5e293e No.864994


sorry, I posted it on the Pinay board

5e293e No.864999

File: 24323ffe1885cfe⋯.png (770.36 KB, 3133x1587, 3133:1587, pinay cercle 0.png)

File: 73bc2125b6f62e4⋯.png (340.8 KB, 2210x1605, 442:321, pinay cercle 1.png)

File: 47544fc0b20df19⋯.png (283.75 KB, 2087x1499, 2087:1499, pinay cercle 2.png)

cross post for you

b42f84 No.930286

File: edc927cc71ca7ce⋯.png (195.68 KB, 501x580, 501:580, PList1969AllenDulles.png)

File: 183f8610fbd8c48⋯.png (64.26 KB, 435x603, 145:201, OpSunshineAllenDulles.png)

File: 291386daf3c1639⋯.png (189.62 KB, 1022x589, 1022:589, CovertActionADullesArticle.png)

Pilgrims Member: Exec. committee

Allen W Dulles

>Source(s): 1967 officers list; 1969 officers list

"American diplomat and lawyer who became the first civilian Director of Central Intelligence (DCI), and its longest-serving director to date. As head of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) during the early Cold War, he oversaw the 1954 Guatemalan coup d'état, Operation Ajax (the overthrow of Iran's elected government), the Lockheed U-2 aircraft program and the Bay of Pigs Invasion. Following the assassination of John F. Kennedy, Dulles was one of the members of the Warren Commission."

https:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allen_Dulles

Q post #851

Mar 6 2018 00:41:40 (EST) Q !UW.yye1fxo ID: 25b191 563386


https:// www.cia.gov/library/readingroom/docs/CIA-RDP90-00845R000100170004-5.pdf


Covert Action newsletter

How Allen Dulles and the SS preserved each other

>We chall see that after World War II, while the CIA and the Gehlen Organization (usually referred to as the "Gehlen Org") were being slowly organized on the U.S. payroll, both Barbie and Schwend worked for the U.S. Army Counterintelligence (CIC); and at this time Schwend was working on setting up the secret SS escape routes to Latin America by which both men would eventually reestablish themselves. It has been charged that Rauff [Milan Gestapo Chief Walter Rauff who supervised SS mobile gas chambers] played an even more prominent roll in setting up the escape route, while also on the U.S. payroll and that he did so with an immunity granted him by Allen Dulles of the OSS, after the SS-OSS secret (and sometimes unauthorized) negotiations in north Italy in which, unquestionably, both Dulles and Rauff participated.

cfa2d6 No.930315


lawyer to rothschild company also

b42f84 No.930826


Thanks, that was one of the quickest intel assists I've had here

b42f84 No.930902



Awesome work and checked trips

I'll help out where I can

b42f84 No.931025

Getting exhausted trying to find sources. In following posts, unless otherwise noted, are obtained straight from https:// isgp-studies. com/pilgrims-society-membership-list

b42f84 No.931275

File: 9b138ccdb0f8064⋯.png (367.06 KB, 1024x636, 256:159, PList1940WCOsborn.png)

File: 23793f71c73baee⋯.png (174.33 KB, 493x583, 493:583, PList1969JohnMSchiff.png)

File: aecc4e2bfc013fb⋯.png (231.59 KB, 508x634, 254:317, PList1969WHDraper.png)

Planned Parenthood & Eugenics

Q Post #495

Jan 7 2018 03:38:06 (EST) Anonymous ID: 90e9dc 13655

House Investigation into Planned Parenthood

www.gop. gov/solution_content/plannedparenthood/

Jan 7 2018 03:41:41 (EST) Q !UW.yye1fxo ID: 345235 13696


Mark as graphic material.


Post #493

Jan 7 2018 03:27:17 (EST) Anonymous ID: 206942 13534


Then we need to dig Planned Parenthood. Whatever they're doing to babies/fetal tissue might be more sinister than ever imagined!

Jan 7 2018 03:33:45 (EST) Q !UW.yye1fxo ID: 345235 13615


Review the Congressional investigation on PP.

Be prepared for what you learn.

Next question - how are they allowed to operate?

These people are SICK!


Pilgrims Members:

Alexis Carrel Coudert

>Director:Planned Parenthood of Manhattan

Laurence John Cadbury

>Vice president of the Eugenics Society 1951-1952

William H. Draper Jr.

>Hon. chmn. Population Crisis Committee; spl. cons. and vice chairman Internat. Planned Parenthood Federation; U.S. rep. U.N. Population Commission., also spl. cons. U.N. Fund for Populations Activities, 1969-74.

Lord Thomas Horder

>British Eugenics Society Council 1924 V.P. 1932 Fellow 1937 President 1935-44 Hon. Pres. 1944-49

Alfred Ogden:

>trustee Planned Parenthood New York City

John Mortimer Schiff: (Exec. committee & Treasurer)

>married George F. Baker Jr.'s (Pilgrims family and Morgan man) daughter, who sat on the board of The Birth Control Federation of America, together with Carola Warburg Rothschild and Mrs. William K. Vanderbilt. In 1942 it was renamed to Planned Parenthood Foundation of America

Harold Bartlett Scott

>Chairman executive committee Planned Parenthood Inc., West Palm Beach, Florida

A. Perry Osborn

Henry Fairfield Osborn Sr.

>Second Internat. Congress of Eugenics, 1921

Henry Fairfield Osborn Jr.

William Church Osborn


Frederick Henry Osborn

He was one of the founding members of the American Eugenics Society in 1926 and joined the Galton Institute in 1928, serving as its Secretary in 1931. He played a central role in the 1936 founding of the Office of Population Research at Princeton University, a leading demographic research and training center. Osborn was one of the founding trustees of the Pioneer Fund in 1937, a charitable foundation charged with promoting eugenics.

https:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frederick_Osborn

In correspondence with his co-founder John D Rockefeller, Osborn wrote: 'Birth control and abortion are turning out to be major eugenic steps. But if they had been advanced for eugenic reasons . . . that would have retarded or stopped their acceptance.' Perhaps more surprising still is the eugenic philosophy advocated by the feminist icon Margaret Sanger, the inspiration behind Planned Parenthood. Sanger called for the sterilisation of 'genetically inferior races' in her 1922 tome Pivot of Civilisation. The Sanger Institute, which has not sought to distance itself from Margaret Sanger, is now at the front line of research in the Human Genome Project."

5cfd78 No.965250


schiff family goes back to being, one of the earliest partner's of the rothschild brothers.

al gore's daughter, married a grandson of this guy. the links to all of them are so spread throughout the world,

cleaning house is going to arduous.

5cfd78 No.965306


this rothschild affiliate, claims lineage back to King David.

http:// www.loebtree.com/schiffg.html

5cfd78 No.965342


>Lynn Forester de Rothschild *

>CEO and President, E.L. Rothschild Limited

she and her husband, Evelyn, must run the United States operation. Her name appears on almost all foundations and institutes connected to the Globalists.

she is a busy liddle beaver, that one.

5cfd78 No.965351


boy I hope people are reading all you posted. It is a treasure trove. thank you

b42f84 No.1118263

File: 1dbdccf5d43620b⋯.png (206.42 KB, 425x683, 425:683, 1983_01_Pilgrims_US_board-….png)

Pilgrims Society Member:

Alexander M. Haig (Exec. Committee)

>Source(s): Pilgrims of the United States officers list (member executive committee since 1983); 2002 list (vice president)

In 1969 Haig became an assistant to National Security Adviser Henry Kissinger. He became vice chief of staff of the Army, the second-highest-ranking position in the Army, in 1972. After the 1973 resignation of H.R. Haldeman, Haig became President Nixon's chief of staff. Serving in the wake of the Watergate scandal, he became especially influential in the final months of Nixon's tenure, and played a role in persuading Nixon to resign in August 1974. Haig continued to serve as chief of staff for the first month of President Ford's tenure. From 1974 to 1979, Haig served as Supreme Allied Commander Europe, commanding all NATO forces in Europe. He retired from the Army in 1979 and pursued a career in business.

>creepy statement incoming

After Reagan won the 1980 presidential election, he nominated Haig to be his secretary of state. After the attempted assassination of Ronald Reagan, Haig asserted "I am in control here," later stating that he meant that he was functionally in control of the government

>Suggested a move that would have instigated WWIII and upon resignation was replaced with, you guessed it, another Pilgrims member

Haig caused some alarm with his suggestion that a "nuclear warning shot" in Europe might be effective in deterring the Soviet Union.[33] His tenure as secretary of state was often characterized by his clashes with the defense secretary, Caspar Weinberger. Haig, who repeatedly had difficulty with various members of the Reagan administration during his year-and-a-half in office, decided to resign his post on June 25, 1982.[34] President Reagan accepted his resignation on July 5.[35] Haig was succeeded by George P. Shultz, who was confirmed on July 16.[36]

https:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexander_Haig

>A few notable positions held

NewsMax Media International Advisory Board (2001-)

Amway Consultant (1984)

US Secretary of State (1981-82)

White House Deputy National Security Advisor (1970-73)

US National Security Council (1969-73)

Member of the Board of AOL

Member of the Board of Commodore Business Machines

Member of the Board of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (1999-)

Member of the Board of MGM Mirage (1990-2009)

Member of the Board of Worldwide Associates, Inc. (as Chairman)

John McCain 2008

McCain Victory Fund

Bohemian Grove

Trilateral Commission

Washington Institute for Near East Policy Board of Advisors

http:// www.nndb.com/people/989/000022923/

b42f84 No.1133209

File: d2e233de4ad4cb1⋯.png (124.72 KB, 520x591, 520:591, 1940_Pilgrims_List-William….png)

File: 390bbad564abd1c⋯.png (285.09 KB, 422x597, 422:597, 1924_Pilgrims_List-VanRens….png)

File: 7dd191f9eaf94cd⋯.png (818.81 KB, 909x630, 101:70, 4Lhh8D.png)

Pilgrims Society Members:

Charles Agustus Van Rensselaer

William Stephen Van Rensselaer

>Source(s): 1914 and 1924 lists

Decendents of Stephen Van Rensselaer III, from a wealthy Dutch diamond/pearl merchant family, founder of the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

>https:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stephen_Van_Rensselaer

Stephen Van Rensselaer -William Paterson VanR.-Kiliaen VanR.-William S Van Rensselaer

Stephen Van Rensselaer -Henery Bell VanR.-Stephen VanR.-Charles A Van Resselaer

>https:// www.ancestry.com/genealogy/records/william-van-rensselaer_15273994

>https:// www.ancestry.com/genealogy/records/charles-augustus-van-rensselaer_41642440

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Alumni & Pilgrims Members:

David Skinner Bigelow III:1956 (also Associate Professor at Rensselaer poly 1988-1996)

>https:// prabook.com/web/david_skinner_bigelow_.iii/1448185

Patrick Walter Gross:1965

>http:// www.zonebourse.com/barons-bourse/Patrick-Gross-05DYLD-E/biographie/

Amory Houghton:1949

>https:// books.google.com/books?id=KM-7AAAAIAAJ&pg=PA627&lpg=PA627&dq=Amory+Houghton+%22Rensselaer+poly%22&source=bl&ots=YGxRm4Hyto&sig=nyoKNUMZZC2KsRXTNTdet2ZKhtc&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwi98-T5_MvaAhVLkSwKHdDVBIgQ6AEIJzAA#v=onepage&q=Amory%20Houghton%20%22Rensselaer%20poly%22&f=false

Frederick Ely Williamson:1941 (also Pilgrims Executive committee)

>https:// archives.rpi.edu/commencement-speaker-honorary-degree-recipients-1940-1949/

Why even mention these members? There's another alumni to look at…

Keith Raniere: Attended in 1981 and founded the sex cult NXIVM

https:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NXIVM

Can't say for sure he's a Pilgrim, but the history and alumni from the institute makes it look like an incubator of some sort

Relevant Q Posts:

#972 Mar 28 2018 >>821975


https:// www.foxnews.com/us/2018/03/27/nxivm-cult-leader-coerced-women-into-sex-branded-initials-on-his-slaves-authorities-say.html

Nancy Salzman [historical timeline].

MSM will not highlight 'bottom to top' unravel.


#1204 Apr 20 2018 >>1121283


Alison Mack singing like a canary, as Alan Dershowitz would say

Apr 20 2018 >>1121353


Canary palm tree?



#1203 Apr 20 2018 >>1121272

Mack is naming names.

Big names in H-Wood / Gov’t (local/federal).


The ‘Standard’ Hotel.

Helicopter crash.

All related.

Future will prove past.


Feeling ok today?

Why is the MX border / Long Beach Port so important?

Tick TOCK (LLC).


#1205 Apr 20 2018 >>1121949

(Alison Mack tweets Marina Abr. pic)

#1208 Apr 20 2018 >>1122995


Over the target.

Expand further.





https:// www.wehoville.com/2018/04/12/west-hollywoodss-mariah-sunshine-coogan-identified-victim-scottsdale-plane-crash/

Open source.


#1214 Apr 20 2018 >>1123617


why does image search for "maggie Nixon" and "obama" return an image of abramovich and defranco ONLY? I think we are over the target?



Bigger than you can imagine.

POTUS warning shot.



Why is Hussein pictured w/ this H-Wood child many times?

What are ‘pet’ names?



b42f84 No.1173631

File: ad6ded494ce89e0⋯.jpg (26.6 KB, 296x641, 296:641, mel.JPG)

File: e0a8d369f8b374e⋯.jpg (21.17 KB, 328x590, 164:295, pil.JPG)

File: 87dcc9fd5f9c672⋯.jpeg (35.77 KB, 296x367, 296:367, 766C3E3A-B73C-419A-A86A-8….jpeg)

Found these comments on the boards after work, nice one anon.


>Good lord Melania is dressed like a pilgrim. AMAZING SYMBOLISM



>white hat confirmed

b42f84 No.1176001

File: 2c424040bc10acd⋯.png (212.83 KB, 588x285, 196:95, 1924PilgrimsTaftSulzVander.png)

File: 56fad4616aa8bbe⋯.png (306.74 KB, 946x451, 86:41, 1969PilgrimsOConnor.png)

File: fb180861f8169d4⋯.png (144.06 KB, 607x379, 607:379, 1974PilgrimsHarriman.png)

File: aded693fe9e2f56⋯.png (123.01 KB, 660x348, 55:29, 1914PilgrimsHPDavison.png)


>more member associations than listed below, just starting on initial/founding leadership

Pilgrims Society Memeber:

Henry Waters Taft

>1924 list


William Howard Taft

Chairman of the Red Cross 1915-1919 *1

Pilgrims Member:

Basil O'Connor

>1969 list

Red Cross Chairperson 1944–47, title changed to President, 1947–49 *1

President of League of Red Cross Societies 1945-1950 *2

Pilgrims Member:

William Avril Harriman

>1974 list


Edward Roland Harriman

President/Chairman of the American Red Cross 1950-1953,1954-1973 *1

International Federation of Red Cross:

Pilgrims Member:

Henry Pomeroy Davison

>1914 list

Chairman of the American Red Cross’ “War Committee” who founded the League of Red Cross Societies (later International Federation of Red Cross) *2

*1https:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Red_Cross#Chairpersons *2https:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Federation_of_Red_Cross_and_Red_Crescent_Societies

Relevant Q Posts

#1249 >>1159482 #489 >>13359 #392 >>128724 #258 >>34738 #252 >>34407

b42f84 No.1187010

File: 2e5064309e743d8⋯.jpg (225.27 KB, 847x1280, 847:1280, AP7607090144.jpg)


>QUEEN ELIZABETH II - With a giant American flag and British flag behind her Queen Elizabeth II speaks at a luncheon in her honor at New York's Waldorf Astoria hotel on Friday, July 9, 1970. The luncheon was launched by the Pilgrims of the United States and the English Speaking Union of the United States. Listening to the Queen from left to right honorable Anthony Crosland. British secretary of state for foreign and Commonwealth affairs; Barry Bingham, Sr., Chairman the English Speaking Union of the United States, Hugh Bullock, President, the Pilgrims of the United States and Prince Philip. (AP Photo/Suzanne Vlamis)

https:// www.suzannevlamis.com/portfolio/ap8210080126/queen-elizabeth-ii-ap7607090144-2/

b42f84 No.1201263

File: a0618b2be6ec7e2⋯.png (42.99 KB, 644x445, 644:445, 404b40d5531d728fd03e1a446a….png)


anon found Clare Boothe Luce (wife) name in JFK archive releases

b42f84 No.1201284

b42f84 No.1218255

File: d292f3622b5fbda⋯.jpg (218.82 KB, 771x1000, 771:1000, JFKPOF-012-009-p0046.jpg)

File: 04cd57885bc5633⋯.jpg (182.13 KB, 771x1000, 771:1000, JFKPOF-012-009-p0048.jpg)

File: 1af9625298503c3⋯.jpg (192.48 KB, 1000x702, 500:351, JFKPOF-012-009-p0052.jpg)


Browsing the JFK Archives and found this


Shows that Honorary Status is sent and accepted via written invitation to the person, in this case the President.

It also shows Edward Warren, chair of the Warren Commission investigating JFK's assassination, was the Pilgrims Honorary Secretary.




b42f84 No.1218355


Disregard the Warren connect…

Edward K. Warren =/= Earl Warren

0986cb No.1218529

(((Ruskies)))….those pesky (((Ruskies)))

b42f84 No.1218745

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Earl Warren wasn't a Pilgrim but another member of the Warren Commission was:John J. McCloy




c46d6c No.1227601

Original Finds

Replies to this post will include original finds not found on https://isgp-studies.com/pilgrims-society-membership-list

c46d6c No.1229626


Donald J Robinson

>He joined Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe in 1987 and helped to build the New York public finance practice to national prominence. He was a member of the firm's Executive Committee. Prior to joining Orrick he was a partner at Hawkins, Delafield & Wood from 1969 to 1987. Before that he was associated with Caldwell, Trimble & Mitchell and with Nixon Mudge Rose Guthrie Alexander & Mitchell from 1965 to 1969. He was also a staff member of the Securities and Exchange Commission from 1961 to 1965. In 1981 he was a member and then in 1984 Chairman of the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board. In 1985 he was a member of Governor Cuomo's Committee to Reform Local Borrowing. He was a member of the National Association of Bond Lawyers and Chairman of the Committee on Judicial Policy in 1986.

>He also served as a Trustee of the Museum of the City of New York. He was a member of the River Club and The Pilgrims of the United States.


Philo Smith

>Born November 13, 1927, in New York City, he was the son of Snell Smith, publicity director for the Republican National Committee, and Anna MacKenzie Smith, daughter of the headmaster of the Lawrenceville School

>He then went with the J. Henry Schroeder Banking Corporation as an investment analyst and became assistant treasurer of International Holding Ltd., a closed-end investment company. In 1958 he moved to Dominick & Dominick as a full-time insurance stock specialist, leaving there in 1962 to found the investment banking firm in Stamford which bears his name. The company has become one of the leading insurance stock specialty firms in the United States, serving clients in the U.S. and overseas… He was a founding member of the New York Society of Insurance and Financial Analysts, and was honored as a member of the New York Society of Security Analysts for more than fifty years. A Greenwich resident since 1954, Mr. Smith was a former member of the RTM and the Greenwich Republican Town Committee. He was a longtime member of the Stanwich Club. He was a member of the Pilgrims of the United States, of which his father was also a member, and was a life-long member of the Yale Club of New York City.


be097b No.1231549

Q, we are w/you.

Our numbers are large

Burn their play house DOWN!

If not we will

Semper Fi

c46d6c No.1278439




Thanks anons, HOOAH!!!

c46d6c No.1278498

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General David H. Petraeus

No membership listed, but did receive the Medallion for Service to the Nation from the Pilgrims in 2010. Listed in his nomination for director of the CIA.


c46d6c No.1278634

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William H. Donaldson

Listed membership in a 2003 nomination to the US Securities and Exchange commission


A position he then served as SEC Chairman from 2003-2005.


>He served as Under Secretary of State for International Security Affairs in the Nixon Administration, as a special adviser to Vice President Nelson Rockefeller, Chairman and CEO of the New York Stock Exchange, and Chairman, President and CEO of Aetna.[1] Donaldson founded Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette.[2]


c46d6c No.1278837


Edwin Anthony Heard Jr.

Membership listed in Tennessean obituary Dec 2007 (oddly posted online 5 days ago according to google cache "It is a snapshot of the page as it appeared on Apr 27, 2018 13:11:32 GMT.")

>He served as a Lieutenant (j.g.) in the Navy, and graduated cum laude from Princeton University in 1948 where he was elected to the Phi Beta Kappa national honor society… Mr. Heard began his business career with The Irving Trust Company in New York in 1948 and served as a vice president from 1960-1971. He joined the United States Trust Company as treasurer in 1971, and served as vice chairman from 1976 until his retirement in 1988. He was a director of NLT Corporation in Nashville from 1975-1982 and also served as President of Excelsior Income Shares, Inc. from 1989-1992, and as a director of the Royal Life Insurance Co… Mr. Heard was devoted to community service and to support of education serving as a trustee of Collegiate School from 1968-1989, and as a trustee of Trinity School from 1965-1990, including a term as president of the board from 1976-1980. He also served on the board of trustees, and as president of the board of Trinity Pawling School in Pawling, N.Y. He was an Elder of West End Collegiate Church in New York from 1961 - 1991, and a member of The Pilgrims of the United States, and the Masonic Holland Lodge #8 in New York City.


More on the Trinity Pawling School


>I am an alumnus and survivor of child sexual abuse by pedophile faculty at Trinity-Pawling School, a remote all boys boarding school in upstate NY. And I am one of many former students who seek justice. As a student, the faculty I turned to for help silenced me.

>Now I speak out as a survivor knowing the shame of that abuse belongs soley to the pedophiles and those complicit in keeping victims silent. As a survivor of unspeakable abuse, I can tell you that the fallout from CSA lasts a lifetime. It impacts every relationship in your life. Worse still, it impacts your very ability to trust others enough to form lasting relationships.

>It is my hope that in speaking out, I might encourage other male survivors to also speak out. If enough of us do this, then maybe one day kids will find support to speak out in real time, name their abusers, and escape the vortex of silence.

>This blog details how I confronted my former abusers as an adult. And their unfortunate response.

c46d6c No.1278966


M. Holt Massey

Membership listed in Pioneer institute Board of Directors

>Raised in Richmond, Virginia, he earned a BA in Physics and an MS in Computer Science from the University of Virginia. In Boston, he designed software for NASA’s Space Shuttle. Later as a real estate developer, he specialized in historic rehabilitation. One project he did is a Beaux-arts office building on the National Register of Historic Places; this is where the Mass GOP currently rents offices. Other projects include medical research labs, senior housing, and cell towers.

Professional & Community Affiliations:

>Urban Land Institute; Building Owners & Managers Assoc.; Downtown North Association (Director); Center for Blood Research at Harvard Medical School (former Director); Center for Business and Government at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government (former Director); Institute for Classical Art & Architecture; Rural Land Foundation (Lincoln, MA); Boston University Academy (Trustee); American Friends of the National Trust for Scotland (Trustee); Pioneer Institute (Boston); American Enterprise Institute (DC); Trinity Church (Boston); Somerset Club (Boston); Lansdowne Club (London); New York Yacht Club; Boston Athenaeum; Redwood Library (Newport); Peabody Essex Museum; The Pilgrims of the United States; Beacon Hill Civic Association; Friends of the Public Garden; U. S. Naval War College Foundation (Newport); Mission Hill Main Streets (Roxbury); The Order of St. John; Historic Richmond Foundation, VA (former Trustee); Urban League of Richmond, VA (former Treasurer).


c46d6c No.1343254

File: 2d9dbc8bc0ede0b⋯.png (29.79 KB, 479x466, 479:466, QPost142Titanic.png)

Repost from general boards >>1343139

Q accidently posts trip passcode referring to WWI

Q's WWI trip and Titanic post #142…

William Vincent Astor

>staff officer in the Navy during both World Wars

>Heir to the fortune of John Jacob Astor IV, who died on the Titanic.

Astor, John Jacob, 6th 1912-1992

>He never saw his father, who died when the RMS Titanic sank on April 15, 1912. His parents had married on September 9, 1911 and were returning home aboard the ship after about three months honeymooning in Egypt and Europe. Madeleine Astor was five months pregnant when her husband put her in one of Titanic's lifeboats and she was rescued eight hours after her husband went down with the ship.

Astor, John Jacob, 4th 1864-1912

>Inventor. Made millions in real estate and in 1897, Astor built the Astoria Hotel which adjoined Astor’s cousin, William Waldorf Astor's, Waldorf Hotel in New York City, the complex became known as the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel. Lieutenant colonel in the Spanish-American War. Died on the Titanic in 1912. $87 million fortune at the time of his death.

https:// isgp-studies.com/pilgrims-society-membership-list

c46d6c No.1344452


the conversation on the general boards continues...



mine is jack astor's body id had conflicting descriptions….which leans towards him surviving…but what difference would it make what is Q hinting at

and og course jp morgan and his associate…cancelled last minute


Members killing off other members to further their cause or preserve institutions

Joseph P Kennedy was Ambassador to the UK (trend for UK ambassadors to join Pilgrims). His son JFK later joins. Wants to dismantle CIA and federal reserve… gets assassinated.


Jekyll Island related?






You see what I mean, right? Joe Kennedy did publicly show how heartless he could be when he had his daughter Rosemary LOBOTOMIZED to "help her behave and not embarrass the family"


What a complete total Dick. Rum runner, Hollywood hound, torturer of his own kid. Terrible husband, father and human.



Some people use the evidence on JFK's dad to make the argument John Kennedy was an "Underground" King and the the whole operation was a psy-op. They use the autopsy photos - which apparently are not of his corpse, to make the case. (It's been known forever that there was a lot of chain of custody issues around the corpse of JFK.)

Not saying I believe that, but there's interesting data on the family in the essay - including the alleged destruction of their family photo cache in the Twin Tower event. I've never corroborated that. But a good case could be made that the family was very messed up and the family photos - as those of the English Royal family, are often, if not always, doctored.

Yes, but truly, those types do kill their own.

"The Hidden King: Camelot ruled from the Cave of Merlin. "

http:// mileswmathis.com/barindex2.pdf


d34687 No.1347729


I read grasping, ambitious courtesan Pamela Digby Churchill Hayward Harriman's biography, "The Life of the Party" about 20 years ago, but it's an excellent dissection of her life.

Bill Clinton made her the U.S. Ambassador to France for all her "contributions", and she died in the swimming pool at the Paris Ritz, where she lived at the time, very apropos.

Publishers Weekly: "The introduction of this book immediately sets the tone. The scene is a Georgetown dinner party, where the guest of honor is president-elect Bill Clinton, come to pay homage to a woman who, among others, has supported his presidential bid. Clinton toasts her as the "First Lady of the Democratic Party." Smiles all around because life is so good in the upper class–and so begins a biography that is essentially a parade of political names from World War II to the present. It can be interesting to know who was sleeping with whom and when, of course. And who asked our heroine for timely advice at yet another important moment in history. But what is probably just as engaging is trying to determine if the rich and powerful really are this shallow."

One reviewer: "…one of the Grandes Horizontales of the 20th century" (heh)

Interesting rumor in this review that she was raped as a young girl by then-Ambassador to the UK Joseph Kennedy while an overnight guest of his daughter Kathleen "Kick", who went on to marry William Cavendish, heir to the 10th Duke of Devonshire. (Another interesting story - William died in the war, and young widow Kick died in a plane crash along with her married lover the 8th Earl Fitzwilliam en route to the French Riviera)

The reviews are worth clicking thru this link to read: https://www.amazon.com/Life-Party-Biography-Churchill-Harriman/dp/0316633763/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1525872296&sr=8-1&keywords=life+of+the+party+pamela+harriman

c46d6c No.1354801


Holy crap, I think that crumb you just found in the reviews now relates to Q's Wendy/Maggie Nixon crumbs in that Pamela Digby Harriman may have been groomed from an early age to a courtesan to these members.

Q Posts #1206



Post #1213


I found another Joe Kennedy/Pamela reference in author/radio host Howie Carr's column: "NBC ‘News’ won’t tune in to the Dems’ sex scandals"

>The president of NBC News is a pampered puke Harvard pajama boy named Noah Oppenheim. He’s got a squirrely little beard and he’s a campaign contributor to Joe Kennedy III – whose father Joe II took money from Harvey Weinstein after crippling a girl, whose grandfather Bobby was perhaps the last person to see Marilyn Monroe before her mysterious death, and whose great-grandfather Joe Sr. was raping Gloria Swanson and Pamela Harriman when he wasn’t playing footsy with Nazis in pre-war London.


c46d6c No.1437808

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

c46d6c No.1571345


Found that along with other societies such as the Knights of Malta, Knights Templar, Masons, ect., theres a particular interest in genealogists.

First off the Hereditary Society

>We are genealogists. The hereditary society community is hard at work collectively researching and documenting the lineages of American and international families over the past several hundred years…..We are a fellowship. The hereditary society community provides the opportunity for like-minded individuals to foster life-long friendships, partnerships in projects, synergism in reaching similar goals, and a chance to remain active in the context of organized groups. Our members are generally individuals who make things happen, and have the ability to get the job done. Many of us are prominent figures in our communities, leaders, and role models to those closest to us. We truly enjoy fellowshipping together, savoring our mutual love for all that the community represents.

Read that again…

>Our members are generally individuals who make things happen, and have the ability to get the job done.

These three were found on ISGP's list. Original finds to follow later posts.

Dr. Charles Clement Lucas Jr

>Dr. Lucas served in the United States Public Health Service from 1970-1972 and was commissioned as Senior Assistant Surgeon. Dr. Lucas moved to New York City in 1979 where he lived until 1988 when he moved to Greenwich, Connecticut. He maintains a private practice of internal medicine in Larchmont, New York, and is certified by the American Board of Family Practice. r. Lucas is a member of the Pilgrims of the United States

Michael Harrison Charles

>Mr. Charles is a member of the Pilgrims of the United States, New York, as well as The Honourable Company of Freemen of London.. He is also a member of St. Thomas Church of Fifth Avenue wherehe serves as Head Usher, and on the Choir School Benefit Committee, as Acquisitions Chairman, and on the Stewardship Committee.

John Shannon

>He was a banker in New York for 11 years, working with European clients. Subsequently, he moved away from financial services and went to the non-profit sector. Consultant to the Hereditary Society Community of the United States of America. Since 1994 he has been Executive Director & Almoner of St. George's Society of New York, one of that city's oldest, continuously operating membership organizations, founded in 1770. In addition to organizing regular events for its members, the Society operates a significant charitable program of financial assistance to needy persons living in the New York area who are from the United Kingdom of the British Commonwealth…Mr. Shannon serves as Assistant Secretary of the Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies in New York. He is a member of The Pilgrims of the United

c46d6c No.1571432



Germanna Foundation

>In the late 1940s, R. Brawdus Martin began gathering fellow descendants, including those of Alexander Spotswood, for annual reunion picnics on land that was once part of Germanna.

>In 1714, 42 German men, women, and children arrived in Virginia where Lt. Gov. Alexander Spotswood (1676-1740) settled them on the Rapidan River in a five-sided palisaded fort (named Germanna for the Germans and Queen Anne) along what was then the frontier about 20 miles west of present-day Fredericksburg…The Germans had come from villages near Siegen, in North Rhine Westphalia, a silver and iron producing area.


J. Marc Wheat

>Marc is the 4th President of the Germanna Foundation since 1956, and has been a member of the Board of Trustees since 1997.

c46d6c No.1571580



Order of the Merovingian Dynasty

>In furtherance of its intention to act as a genealogical, historical "Order" and to operate for "educational purposes", the objectives and purposes of the "Order of the Merovingian Dynasty" are to educate not only its members but as widespread a population as reasonably feasible by means of the following specific endeavors:

>1. Identifying and honoring the memory of ancestors who were the "Kings of the Merovingian Dynasty".

>2. Associating the living descendants of these "Merovingian Kings" as members of the Corporation and bringing them into closer association through activities revolving around matters of common historical and genealogical interests.

>3. Collecting and preserving records, documents, and relics pertaining to the history and genealogy of the "Merovingian Kings.".

>4. Producing and distributing publications of all kinds relating to the history and genealogy of the "Merovingian Kings."

>5. Educating the general public to the maximum extent possible about the history of the Merovingian Kings and their subsequent impact upon western civilization.


"Introducing Our New OMD President General"

Brantley Carter Bolling Knowles

>a native Virginian, is the daughter of Albert Stuart Bolling, Jr. and Brantley Carter Lamberd Bolling. She is married to Peter I.C. Knowles, II, Captain USAR (Ret.)

>Mrs. Knowles serves as President of the Society of American Friends of Lincoln Cathedral (UK), Vice Presi-dent of the American Friends of St. George’s Chapel (UK) and the Hereditary Descendants of the Knights of the Garter (UK). She is on the Advisory Board of the National Trust for Scotland Foundation USA and is a member of the Pilgrims of the United States


A bit about the Merovinian Dynasty

>The Merovingians (/ˌmɛroʊˈvɪndʒiən/) were a Salian Frankish dynasty that ruled the Franks for nearly 300 years in a region known as Francia in Latin, beginning in the middle of the 5th century. Their territory largely corresponded to ancient Gaul as well as the Roman provinces of Raetia, Germania Superior and the southern part of Germania. Childeric I (c. 457 – 481), the son of Merovech, leader of the Salian Franks, founded the Merovingian dynasty, but it was his famous son Clovis I (481–511) who united all of Gaul under Merovingian rule.

>The Merovingian dynasty owes its name to the semi-legendary Merovech (Latinised as Meroveus or Merovius and in French as Merovée), leader of the Salian Franks. The victories of his son Childeric I (reigned c. 457 – 481) against the Visigoths, Saxons, and Alemanni established the basis of Merovingian land.[citation needed] Childeric's son Clovis I (481–511) went on to unite most of Gaul north of the Loire under his control around 486, when he defeated Syagrius, the Roman ruler in those parts. He won the Battle of Tolbiac against the Alemanni in 496, at which time, according to Gregory of Tours, Clovis adopted his wife Clotilda's Orthodox (i.e. Nicene) Christian faith.

>Charles de Gaulle is on record as stating his opinion that "For me, the history of France begins with Clovis, elected as king of France by the tribe of the Franks, who gave their name to France. Before Clovis, we have Gallo-Roman and Gaulish prehistory. The decisive element, for me, is that Clovis was the first king to have been baptized a Christian. My country is a Christian country and I reckon the history of France beginning with the accession of a Christian king who bore the name of the Franks."[17]


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