2018 to 2019. We Are Going Away. Another One Of Our Life’s Great & Wonderful Of Journeys Lies Ahead. So Very Sorry & So Very Sad That You All Have Been Left Far Behind Us & Those Very Miserable & Sad Ones Can’t Or So Sadly Refuse (some, due to their very own embarrassment – mostly) To Communicate At All With Us. Love & Take Very Good Care Of Yourselves!

Boxing Day 2018 (photos, some snippets – “the days have gone by”) James Whitcomb Riley – “The Days Gone By” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ofOkZ5iSakg


Eventing 007 (3)

1993, & 2018, 25 – Yrs Later @ Removed, I wonder why? Great Karma! “Quagmire Of Thoughts & A Heavy Clay Soil” @ & the life of Reily, inheriting a huge amount of money.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Y0W9b_r7nU Hedgerow @ 2 x Chesapeake Bay Retrievers, Quarter Horse & Foal @ Chesapeake Bay Retriever Club. @ & #hictwat Ro Williams, Kingsclere, Newbury & the Maxwell-Muller family, Walton-on-Thames, Surrey. Getting Away – from the most very sad & horrible & “the sterile of all people” dare I say it, in the facility of toy farming in Sussex (they know who they are).

“Family History” https://www.facebook.com/luckyme0 – One fine day, someone may pick up on this – Google+ closing down in April 2019. I have a zip file copied for all the ins & outs that I can find! Ursula Scott-Williams was born in December 1939 in Penzance, Cornwall, England, the daughter of Molli Scott-Williams, nee, Collingridge and Edward Scott-Williams (my “maternal” grandfather’s second marriage – “extraordinaire”!). She married James M Bradley in December 1968. They (Edward & Molli) had two children during their marriage, Ursula & Ethel (Ethel died in a house fire age 5 – heartbreakingly/obviously!). She had three sisters. PN – in September 1931 he (Edward Scott-Williams) married his second wife Molli Collingridge in Kensington, West London. Ursula ran a Craft Shop on the Island of Mull & had two children (Bradley’s – presumably). The two children – I believe, a girl & a boy, must be in their 40’s or 50’s ++? I think that they both still live on the Island of Mull, maybe, they have some children !?

I think that this is correct – “The Kingsclere Lot” – including my very scary ex (“enclosed & secretive personality” – if that is the right terminology)   who’s in the woodwork there and is full of sh.t and likes the Kingsclere Heritage Association, but has no relationship to it, except riding on my families back and somewhat, I very feel very proudly, but very sadly (no children, involved with her & my relationship of 15 years), as I now have two wonderful elder teenagers and lots and lots of great fun, in my older age. Ro Williams, nee, Maxwell-Muller, did benefit, so very much from all of my extremely hard work at Westbrook Hall Farm, RH12 3PT and very considerably financially by my very generous Divorce Quickie “Consent Order” and psychologically, as she came off the rails, fairly totally, after an appalling car accident and the death of her father by the dreadful Parkinson’s disease (1993) @ https://www.facebook.com/ro.williams.330  & The Kingsclere Heritage Association https://www.facebook.com/KingsclereHeritageAssociation/
David Scott-Williams was born in September 1934 in Newbury, Berkshire, the child of Rashleigh Henry Scott-Williams and Eileen Millicent Scott Williams, nee, Cornwall. He was married in September 1970 in Tonbridge, Kent. He died on July 20, 2013, in Tonbridge, Kent, at the age of 78. His eder sister – Ann Eileen Scott-Williams was born on August 27, 1930, her father, Rashleigh, was 33, and her mother, Eileen, was 35. She lived in Berkshire, England, in 1939. She had one brother David Scott-Williams.
Rashleigh Henry Williams was born on June 2, 1897, in Dorset, his father, Montague, was 38 and his mother, Audrey Mary, nee, Kindersley was 30. He married Eileen Millicent Cornwall Webber in 1927. They had two children during their marriage. He died in April 1990 in Kingsclere, Hampshire, at the age of 92.

“Our Adopted Hounds” – 2010 approx. The Twins & A Cousin.Kids & Cousin 001 (2)


To life, in living heaven. Freedom at long last & in “The New Forest”!
“Writer and environmentalist Peter Owen-Jones spends a year in the enchanting landscapes of the New Forest, exploring its wildlife, history and meeting the Commoners, the people whose ancient way of life has helped shaped the land since Neolithic times. ‘The New Forest is a timeless place – there are no fences and the animals roam free. I’ve always wondered how the forest and the communing way of life have survived in the middle of southern England for so long. It’s been an incredible experience finding out.’ – Peter Owen-Jones. Over the year, with its dramatic seasonal changes, Owen-Jones ventures out into the forest and immerses himself in the lives of the Commoners, a group of around 700 people who have retained grazing rights for their animals, which date back to medieval times. From the first foals born in spring to the release of the stallions and the annual herding of the ponies, he discovers a hardy people who, despite the urban development around them, and the pressures on the landscape of 13 million visitors a year, retain a deep love of the land and a determination to see their way of life survive. The New Forest National Park covers an area of 566 square kilometres. It extends from the edge of Salisbury Plain through ancient forest, wild heathland and acid bog, down to the open sea. Here, Owen-Jones discovers hidden wildlife treasures. The rolling heathland is home to dazzling lizards, our largest dragonfly and carnivorous plants. And deep in the ancient woods, he finds goshawks that stalk their prey between the trees and an explosion of rare fungi. To his surprise, he discovers that many of the trees were planted by man to build battleships for the British Empire. Owen-Jones delves into the history of the Commoners. He discovers how their pastoral way of life evolved from the practices of Neolithic herders and he reveals how the brutal Forest Laws imposed by William the Conqueror were used to crush them in order to preserve the forest as a royal hunting ground. Yet it was these same laws that inadvertently helped protect the New Forest that exists today. The Commoners now face perhaps their greatest threat. As the cost of property spirals and rents increase, their way of life, is under threat. ‘This has been an incredible year… I’ve met people who, against all odds, have retained this ancient way of life and a deep connection to and love of the land. It’s what shapes and defines this extraordinary place.’ – Peter Owen-Jones Peter Owen-Jones is a passionate author and environmentalist. He started life as a farm labourer, became an advertising executive, and then gave it all up to become an Anglican priest. Peter has presented a number of BBC programs, including Extreme Pilgrim and Around the World in 80 Faiths. South Downs: England’s Mountains Green’ was one of BBC4’s most watched films. Recent books include ‘Pathlands: 21 Tranquil Walks Among the Villages of Britain and Letters from an Extreme Pilgrim: Reflections on Life, Love and the Soul. Peter is deeply committed to and knowledgeable about the British countryside and its traditions. The New Forest became a National Park in 2005. It is one of the largest remaining tracts of unenclosed pasture land, heathland and forest in southern England.” https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m0001y84

About luckyme0

My First family, second marriage, bringing up my 18-year-old twins, boy, and girl. I am a third generation Humanist, who has some old handwritten information and notes; collected over many years. Someone may find the articles interesting, or helpful. They could bring back a little ‘reality’, after being ‘shocked’ and ‘brainwashed’, by some malicious group, or institution (REBT Therapy). People should know better, than to do this, to our very young, and the ‘obviously’ vulnerable! Go to easily accessible, non-superstitious knowledge that is not charlatanism! https://charleslizzy.com/2011/08/06/independent-schools-inspectorate-isi-marketing-spirituality-buzzword-or-maybe-even-for-you-to-shiver-at-the-something/ The blog has given me an incentive to order my thoughts, learn, and read up again, after a few non-thinking years of (very silly) imagination and passion. Why not, get your own key to a ‘door’, customise it to suit you, and it can be, all of your very own! Don’t believe, or be led by someone else’s; inherited, stupid, and a very likely (past, and not of today’s) ‘totally preposterous reality’s’. Only some interest in the ‘really big questions’, keeps life above the level of a farce, and very little else! KEEP THINKING! Some of the posts may need some correcting. Interests: REBT Counselling, Atheism, Secularism, Humanism, Psychology, Reading, Popular Science, School Ethos, Philosophy, History, Family, Parenting, Psychology, Horse Riding, Sailing, Rescue Boat Driver, Skiing (Teppichswinger), TV Documentaries, Motorbike Cross Country Riding, Volunteer Sports Stewarding, Writing, Primitive Man, Pre-history, Social Anthropology, British Humanist Association, BHA, Meaning of Life, The Big Questions, Where am I, What am I, Why am I, Hippie Love, Knowledge, Education, Globalisation. Favorite quote: “The world belongs to those who, at least to some degree, have figured it out.” Carl Sagan, ‘The Demon Haunted World’, ‘Contact’, and other famous books DVD ‘Cosmos’. The warning of another and horrendous, “Age of Superstition”. “Isn’t there something deeply absurd in the presumption that children ought to inherit beliefs from their parents. It can be deeply damaging, even lethally divisive. A ‘them’, with an ‘against us’, mentality” – Professor Richard Dawkins. “The will to believe is stronger than mere reason in the vast majority of people” – Dr J.Brown, Army Psychologist of the 1960′s. Humans will believe in almost anything, in fact, they seek it! Why? “98% of us, trained to be just good consumers, let’s train our children to be the 2% who have their very own creativity and discernment”; quote by a famous surreal artist. “The lack of reason brings forth monsters”. “Global interconnectedness is lethal against mass religion, nationalism, racism, and other destructive memeplexes. Let us connect everybody they hate it in restrictive regimes”; from the ‘meme learning group’, Richard Brodie’s book, ‘Virus Of The Mind’ (Richard Brodie a designer for ‘Microsoft Word’). Following on, J.Bronowski, and ‘The Ascent Of Man’ TV series, and a book http://www.bbcshop.com/science+nature/the-ascent-of-man/invt/9781849901154/ with the last DVD in this series, ‘The Long Childhood’ being especially revealing. ‘Prehistory’ and the ‘Making of the Human Mind’ by Colin Renfrew, with P.Wilson’s, ‘The Domestication of the Human Species’, and Nigel Spivey’s, TV series and book, ‘How Art Made The World’, offers some further explanations. Latest reading: Jared Diamond http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jared_Diamond
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