36 of the 42 Presidential families are from Charlemagne bloodline !

Discussion in 'Politics' started by harrytrader, Apr 18, 2004.

  1. http://www.burkes-american-presidents.com/sites/america/sitepages/page70.asp

    "36 of the 42 Presidential families can be traced back to England, Scotland, Ireland or Wales.
    Many President's families are linked to those of British Peers or Baronets"

    and so have essentially french noble bloodlines since english monarchs are descendant of Charlemagne since William the Conqueror invade England ! If you don't know who was William :)
    William I the Conqueror, King of England

    Born: 1028, Falaise,Normandy,France
    Acceded: 25 DEC 1066, Westminster Abbey, London, England
    Died: 9 SEP 1087, Hermentrube, Near Rouen, France
    Interred: St Stephen Abbey,Caen,Normandy
    Reigned 1066-1087. Duke of Normandy 1035-1087. Invaded England defeated and
    killed his rival Harold at the Battle of Hastings and became King. The Norman
    conquest of England was completed by 1072 aided by the establishment of
    feaudalism under which his followers were granted land in return for pledges
    of service and loyalty. As King William was noted for his efficient if harsh
    rule. His administration relied upon Norman and other foreign personnell
    especially Lanfranc Archbishop of Canterbury.
  2. Subsidiary question: is it by random that 36/42 have been chosen from Noble families to be US President : didn't nobilities supposed to have disappeared from political power in a modern society :D
  3. And 42 of the 42 are from the orignial woman from Africa 200,000 years ago.
  4. Do you mean that the eminent Burkes Peerage & Gentry House most famous genealogy institution are publishing a craps book :D. It is them also that concluded about US Presidents belonging to Charlemagne Bloodline in a Reuters article.

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    P.S.: you know I have nobility blood. What I know also is that there were more slaves than nobles in ancient age and the frequency in population of noble blood/non noble blood has surely not changed so that 36/42 is much compare to random sampling on the whole population.

  5. Poor dGabriel: happily for us he is not in charge of medical research : if a drug was on a sampling of 42 rats 36 died he would conclude that nothing was possibly deviating from normal and would allow the drug :D

  6. Harry, I find your posts/threads sometimes confusing, sometimes interesting. And almost always they are monologues. So I feel like responding to you is akin to interrupting you.

    But at the risk of being rude, I do have a question about this one.

    What difference does any of this make? What is your point?

    :confused: :confused:


  7. And is that woman the same type of woman currently found in any part of Africa?

    And what part of Africa was she found?

  8. Where's the connectio to royalty though? I scanned that link but most of it talked about the relationships of presidents to one another (interesting in itself, actually). Is the Charlemagne link somethin you yourself are suggesting?
  9. msfe


    #10     Apr 18, 2004