The life and time of Doris Grace Werts

    The life and times of Doris G. Mead By Doris Grace Werts Mead Written in 1990      1923-2010         , New York where my mother lived in the house behind Pelham. People are always saying to me that they remember back to when they were two. I find that hard to believe. I myself must have had a very dull, normal life because I can barely remember any thing until age six or so. I do have flashes her and there, but much of what I remember is what I pieced together later in … Continue reading The life and time of Doris Grace Werts

The Personal Diary of Anne of Cleves, 4th wife of King Henry VIII of England

    1 The Personal Diary of Queen Anne of Cleves, 4th Wife of King Henry VIII of England By Dr. Pelham K. Mead III and George Schandel Translated from Dutch into English by Ken of Bellmore 2 Index to Diary Entries in chronological order (each year separated) Entry 1-The Early Years (born September 22, 1515 Entry 2- Spring 1539-The court painter-Hans Holbein arrives in Cleves Entry 3- August 1539- Hans Holbein returns to England Entry 4- October 6, 1539- Marriage Treaty signed and my departure to England Entry 5-December 11, 1539-My arrival in Calais Entry 6- December 11-26, 1539- … Continue reading The Personal Diary of Anne of Cleves, 4th wife of King Henry VIII of England

The College

        The College of St. George of Staten Island By Dr. Pelham Mead     Introduction Each and every College and University in the United States whether a Catholic College or Private or Public College always has something to hide. It seems to be standard procedure to sweep problems under the rug rather than deal with the problems in an honest and outright manner. Sadly, faculty and students suffer in the end from the indiscretions of the Presidents, and administrators. When monies are stolen from accounts and the person is caught, most Colleges deal with it internally … Continue reading The College

Chapter 2 from the 23rd Psalm

Chapter 2- “He maketh me to lie down in green pastures” At a green pasture, about three-quarters of the way up the mountain, they decided to make their campground. One of Colonel Shepherd’s major concerns was a security, just in case other crazed human tried to steal food or attack their campsite high on the mountain. He posted men around the site during the night just in case to prevent any wild animals from causing problems or crazed humans running in fear of the flooding. They did not have any weapons and there only form of communication was a pocket … Continue reading Chapter 2 from the 23rd Psalm

The 23rd Psalm

    by Dr. Pelham Mead Chapter I- ”The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want.” It was in the year 5660 that the Earth was laid waste to after a comet collided with Earth causing the Earth to move out of it’s normal orbit around the sun to several million miles closer to the sun. The explosion was so great when the comet hit the southern part of the Pacific Ocean off of South America that the south polar cap melted down immediately.  The ocean surge covered South America completely leaving only the Andes Mountains showing as islands … Continue reading The 23rd Psalm