By Fredy Perlman
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Added a special heraldry department to attend to "blazoning, marshalling, and designing of arms" TO MARRY AN ENGLISH LORD 32 THE AGE OF REVENGE T he first blow was landed in 1869 by Mary Mason Jones, powerful dowager of a vi-iv Old New York family. after the completion of her grand new house on Fifth Avenue. " Mrs. Stevens took the punch and bided her time for a dozen years Then her son Harry fell in love with a relative of Mary Mason Jones, a handsome young redhead named Edith. This gave Marietta Stevens.
Although in America, a married woman's property may be absolutely and entirely her own, I would remark that upon marrying an Englishman, she loses her American nationality and becomes an Englishwoman so that I think that the settlement should be according to the law and The wedding certificate, signed by Lord Randolph and the "spinster" Jennie, proved that love conquers all. The triumphant young couple. Jennie lost no time in becoming pregnant with Winston. THE BUCCANEERS 41 THE WILSON FAMILY SCORECARD/Vl May & Ogden Among (he families arriving in New York after the Civil War were ihc RT Wilsons, a classic example 01 \vluit Ihc Knickerbockers found so distasteful Wilson, who stood six and a half feet tall, had an ambition that matched his size Born the son of a Scottish tanner in Georgia, he began his career as a traveling salesman The Civil War meant opportunity for a man of his stamp, and he advanced to be commissary general of the Confederate Army He found it expedient however, to move his family to London in 1864.
As dozens of workmen carved and painted and gilded, as carpets and tapestries and stained glass were carried into the house, New Yorkers longed to see the final result.
Against His-story, Against Leviathan! by Fredy Perlman