Royaume de France: Bloodline Inheritance Trusts

Monday, March 4, 2013

Queen of France

Bloodline Inheritance Trusts

Lineancy inheritance rules from one Great Great Grandparent within the same blood-line. including males and females of the dna line:  

Assumably the %'s of ownership, declare yearly dividend potential.
*the main problem w/the trust shown below, 
is the one night stand impregnancy females,  
not of the line who attempt to declare major ownership privileges
due to a birth of a child to the bloodline. 
There needs to be a time capacity energy involvement % factor also, 
however I haven't included it. 

The 'trust' is only from 1 gg grandparent, 
the spouses, and spouses of aunts and uncles' spouses are not included.
When I have more time I will attempt a better drawing of the fountain
of inherital politics and wealth.  
(on a personal note, the fountain surname is actually a reverse usage, 
and jennings is the g grandparent., fountain a gg grandparent.) 

The good news is the actual tally of dividend potential is from a total of 16 gg-grandparents, if your in my age group,
However this spreadsheet image below is only representing 1.....

1.) The George Calvin Williams trust info is listed at the bottom of this page.
(precipatator of this idea.) 
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I was only attempting to rm a wine config. that was not deleting., and now have lost myself into a void, a void of realization that my life is nothing, 
but a sad grouping of possible touch-backs with digital photos or spreadsheets.  
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 but available to use as a cut and paste, back into a spreadsheet: 



image. 1 of 3 Family Trust
Non-sellable only Inheritable.













gifted ownership rules to the descendant children, of the heir line:











If the original funds were from the gg grandfathers bloodline:


included: spouse of the married-into bloodline, shares with the bloodline husband or wife until death, the remaining one keeps the entire shared % quantity, as the widow(er). , then children of the bloodline are recipients.



If there are no children, then shares go equally to the brothers and sisters (and their children if deceased) of the bloodline.



If there are no children and no brothers and sisters, shares go equally to the first cousins (if alive) of the bloodline, if the cousins have passed away the children of those first cousins -with the bloodline- are recipients.

If the original funds were from the gg grandmothers bloodline:


included: spouse of the married-into bloodline, shares with the bloodline husband or wife until death, the remaining one keeps the entire shared % quantity, as the widow(er). , then children of the bloodline are recipients.



If there are no children, then shares go equally to the brothers and sisters (and their children if deceased) of the bloodline.



If there are no children and no brothers and sisters, shares go equally to the first cousins (if alive) of the bloodline, if the cousins have passed away the children of those first cousins -with the bloodline- are recipients.












included: past polygamous marriages within the bloodline, regardless the amount of children.


included: the present, 2010 on, the first 4 children of the parent within the bloodline.











not included: the 5th or more children within the bloodline.

not included: non bloodline descendants, orphans or adoptees, as that is a personal immediate family decision.












illegitimates are included, if the dna is a match.



Though the legitimates, are the first recipients. ie.,



if 2 legitimates and 3 illegitimates exist, the first 2 legitimates, then the first 2 illegitimates are recipients.



During any proving time, only the legitimates and/or proved illegitimates receive shares.












image. 2 of 3










The recipients have access to the spendant available funds, and cannot be single or group-tallied out. whether in prison, institutionalised, physical sickness, family dis-ownments or other family embarrassment.

The family cannot vote persons out that are :

in a cult, over-religious, or not religious,

involved with or in porno or illegal drugs,

dishumorous, anti-social, rude and/or generally unaccepted by others.

uneducated via university or colleges,

involved in the military, or convicted of an act of treason.

Living outside the bounds of the main families particular government affiliation.

The family cannot vote persons out that are incurring:

normal judicial laws of societal inclusion or disclusion, it does effect heirship rights.











The family or persons thereof cannot request extradition of the heir from foreign lands.











disrespecting does not disinherit, as persons living as respectant, have not bountied in the past.





















image. 2 of 3 Ownership amount:

the rules are listed on image 1 and 2.


The children numbers do not declare spouses, only heirs.



*Follow only 1 column because there is only 1 g grandparent to descend from: aprox. birth dates: to:
great great grandparent 4/4

recipient total: 1830 1860
If the ggrandparent had more than more than 4 children expand the starting columns: 100%


(children)



1







The gg grandparent has children (they become 4 brothers and sisters):


great grandparent (1) 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4

1860 1890
% amount to each sibling: 25% 25% 25% 25%




(1)=you have 1 parent or (g)(gg) grandparent each, cousins,aunts,uncles,etc. are included in offspring #'s. 1 1 1 1 4



hank + w. ezra + h
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verla + h. jowel + w. (fictitious)



h. and w. are from other bloodlines: not heirs. standard # of children per generation from the gg grandparents children:



1 2 3 4




grandparent (1) 1/4 1/8 1/12 1/16

1890 1920
% amount to each: 25% 12.50% 8.33% 6.25%




g grandparents group # of children: 1 2 3 4 10












parents group 1/4 1/16 1/36 1/64

1920 1950
% amount to each: 25% 6.25% 2.78% 1.56%




grandparents group # of children: 1 4 9 16 30












my age group 1/4 1/32 1/108 1/256

1950 1980
% amount to each: 25.00% 3.12% 0.93% 0.39%




# my age group: 1 8 27 64 100



children 1/4 1/64 1/324 1/1024

1980 2010
% amount to each: 25.00% 1.56% 0.31% 0.10%




# of children: 1 16 81 256 354



If verla was your ggrandmother w/25%, you, your siblings and cousins (27) each receive .93%, of the original 100 %.
Calculations are the full % amount of the great grandparents share divided by the # of living descendants.

When the bloodline parent and conceptive parent passes away, in the example: the 'my age group' shown above reduces from 8 to 7, then the 3.12% they shared before, is equally divided between thier 2 children.





















%'s of In-the-Life share to earnings pay-outs, yearly:
The main recipient "oldest generation person" is encouraged to
distribute a portion of the allocated proceeds...
equally to the younger persons in the bloodline. In amounts of 5-25% each
depending on the number of descendants.
As the point of the life trust,
is not to be subvertive or stingy with the younger generations,
as it can create a victimization and rejection cycle that lowers self esteem
and declares a non-able to help anyone or anything personality type of person,
in a world that requires assistance.

Group voting:
On more expensive item purchases (such as a house)...
from the yearly earned proceeds,
a group vote of more than 51 % of the family is required.

Charitable givings to non family members:
These are limited to 33% per year, for the oldest generational recipient.

Family Trust:
Once a person dies those shares go on into the next generation.
There is no probate as the amount is a share quantity only,
a share amount that is never sold, only inheritable.
























































In dissolved marriages: The birthmother of the heirs that is not of the bloodline, is not to be kept at the mercy of her childrens charity, she receives 5% of share rights until her death. The non-bloodline father (of heir) receives 5% of share rights until his death.









George Calvin Williams trust info: b.1936 (He also had 1 son with his fathers name.) 

My family trust from my gg grandfather begins with 13 children,
from 2 wives, (and not 4 as shown in the example),
as some have died early, such as silas.
I am slowly gettng a database only of those descendants, 
to help figure out the allocation share % number.
(oddly this type of trust formation, needs to be done for everyone, 
as it's a better way of keeping the world persons tamer 
and invokes less criminal activity).
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The initial 100% is divided between his children, 
and their % 's of ownership,
 divided equally to their children and so on.
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If one of his children and all of their subsequent children from the bloodline die out,
then, their inheritance share, returns back into the family trust,
that of George Calvin Williams (born 1936) with his father being George Washington Williams.
(Williams Island is listed in his fathers name as a trust also as a wildlife refuge).

This trust design will proceed in a similar manner, and it is not sellable at any time,
only inheritable by others within the family trust.
If the Williams farm is also included,
that is an upper trust (above 6 generations) involving all
 of George Washingtons Williams children.
I am only working on the lower trust (6 generations) and the
200-2000 square miles of Sierra Madres he jointly purchased.

If any persons in this lineage have given large donations in life
and upon death proceedings to the mormon church (LDS),
there will be an inquiry, and a demand return of payment back to our family.
We have been taken advantage of, years of fighting for our land,
and giving tithing in the midst of poverty, due to the mexican rebellion.
If land deeds are stored as paid into the mormon church as quit claims etc,
those excessive donations must be returned to the family
(not to one person, named as a williams, 
only to our family heritage trust from George Calvin Williams (b.1936) of tennessee. ).

I am not thrilled with religious theft of personal family wealth inheritances, 
surely the church of latter day saints does not want to embroil itself into 
the derogatories of such a past practice, and will concede any ownership claims
and return those properties and endurances back to our family.