Queen's Charities - Windsor Castle + Leap Castle - Historic Link - Carroll Trust Charities

Sunday, 27 November 2011

Queen's Charities - HM CROWN *** "Force For Good Causes" - Prince's Trust *** Gerald Carroll Trust - WINDSOR CASTLE *** LEAP CASTLE - "Historic Link" - Carroll Trust Charities

HRH Prince of Wales Charles Philip Arthur George heir apparent and eldest son of HM Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip of the United Kingdom. In Scotland he is additionally known as The Duke of Rothesay. Prince Charles is highly acclaimed for his charity work and sponsors The Prince's Trust The Prince's Regeneration Trust and the Prince's Foundation for the Built Environment among other charities.

Queen's Charities - HM CROWN *** RAF ROYAL AIR FORCE *** "Marshals of the Air Force" - GALAXY PUBLIC FIGURES - RAF "Strike Command" RAF - WINDSOR CASTLE *** LEAP CASTLE - "Historic Link" - Carroll Trust Charities

Air Chief Marshal Sir Stephen Dalton KCB ADC RAF.

Air Chief Marshal Sir Michael James Graydon GCB CBE ADC (born 24 October 1938) is a retired RAF officer. He was a fast jet pilot in the 1960s and 1970s and a senior RAF commanders in the 1980s until his retirement in 1997. He was Chief of the Air Staff from 1992 to 1997.

Marshal of the Royal Air Force Sir Michael James Beetham GCB CBE DFC AFC DL (born 17 May 1923) is a former World War II bomber pilot and a high-ranking commander in the Royal Air Force from the 1960s to the 1980s. Sir Micheal Beetham is one of only four people holding his Service's most senior rank and excluding Prince Philip's honorary rank Sir Micheal has the longest time in rank making him the most senior Marshal of the Royal Air Force. Sir Micheal represented the Carroll Foundation Trust in correspondence with senior officers at Scotland Yard.

Air Chief Marshal Sir Patrick "Paddy" Bardon Hine GCB GBE (born 14 July 1932) a former senior Royal Air Force commander most notably he was joint commander of all British forces during the first Gulf War. Sir Patrick represented the Carroll Foundation Trust in talks with senior officers at Scotland Yard.

Air Chief Marshal Sir David George Evans GCB CBE RAF (born 1924) was a senior commander in the Royal Air Force. Sir David was a chairman of Farnborough Aerospace Development Corporation Plc. Sir David represented the Carroll Foundation Trust in talks with senior officers at Scotland Yard.

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Queen's Charities - HM CROWN *** "Heart of the Nation" *** Lord Marshal "Regent Protector" *** TEMPLE CHURCH LONDON *** Leap Castle Trust Munster Ireland - WINDSOR CASTLE *** LEAP CASTLE - "Historic Link" - Carroll Trust Charities - HM Crown National Security

The Carroll of Ely principality in the centre of Ireland in King's County was situated in the ancient province of Munster on the borders of Queen's County and the Lord Marshal of Leinster Estates. The Lord Marshal and Carroll of Ely = FIXED PLACE LINE = known as = THE PALE = documented in 1206 which defined the strategic valley southern border boundary between Celtic Ireland and the Anglo-Norman Settlements within the province of Leinster in Ireland.

The Annals of the Four Masters state that the Carrolls of Ely had close family links with the Marshal family and with the English Plantagenet Realm together with Robert and Edward Bruce of Scotland. Isabella Marshal heiress of the great Marshal Irish Estates born 9th October 1200 "folklore mystery surrounds Donoch O'Carroll of Ely and Isabella Marshal whose grandmother was descended from the Prince's of Ireland Carrolls of Ely. The Temple Church London is the final resting place of Lord Marshal of Leinster Earl of Pembroke and his first born son William. Richard Marshal 3rd Earl of Pembroke lost his life in Ireland in a fierce battle along side Teige O'Carroll of Ely.

During the civil wars in Ireland William Marshal Lord of Leinster had taken two manors that the Bishop of Ferns claimed but could not get back some years after William's death the bishop is said to have laid a curse on the family that William's sons would have no children and the great Marshal estates would be scattered each of Lord William Marshal's sons did become the Earl's of Pembroke and Marshal's of England but each died without issue. Henry III King of England attended a Temple Church London service to pray for the life of William Marshal the greatest Knight that ever lived.

Leap Castle was a stronghold of the O'Carroll family powerful Irish Princes protecting the strategic southern border between the Celtic Irish War Lords and the Anglo Norman Settlements. The "Bloody Chapel" in Leap Castle is known as a source of violent evil that continues to nurture the spirit of the elemental who is believed to be the returning Carroll from Richard I Coeur de Lion's third Crusade to the holy land in 1190 and the Bishop of Ferns fury. A hidden ubliet (a dungeon) is located in the "Bloody Chapel" a small room with a drop floor prisoners would be pushed into the room to fall through the floor and land on a spike eight feet below and suffer unimaginable pain and misery until their death.

The Shrine of the Book of Dimma with the inscription that translates "Teige O'Carroll King of Eile had me gilt"

Lorcán Ua Tuathail (Saint Laurence O'Toole 1128-1180)

Archbishop of Canterbury Stephen Langton 1150-1228 (Kindred Spirit of William Marshal)

Queen's Charities - HM CROWN *** Magna Carta 1215 *** US Constitution 1776 *** Magna Carta 2015 - WINDSOR CASTLE *** LEAP CASTLE - "Historic Link" - Carroll Foundation Maryland Trust - US HM Crown National Security

The Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales is the head of the judiciary and President of the Courts of England and Wales. The Lord Chief Justice is also the presiding judge of the Criminal Division of the Court of Appeal. The first Lord Chief Justice was enshrined in law under King Henry III who assumed the crown under the regency of the legendary William Marshal 1st Earl of Pembroke Lord of Leinster Marshal of England and protector of the crown. Henry III attended a service at the Temple Church in London for the life of Lord Marshal following his death on 14 May 1219 where his effigy can still be seen to this day.

The Shrine of the Book of Dimma with the inscription that translates "Teige O'Carroll King of Eile had me gilt".

The Book of Dimma (Dublin, Trinity College, MS.A.IV.23) is an 8th-century Irish pocket Gospel Book originally from the Abbey of Roscrea founded by St. Cronan in the County Tipperary Ireland. In addition to the four Gospels in between the Gospels of Luke and John it has an order for the Unction and Communion of the Sick. It was signed by its scribe Dimma MacNathi at the end of each of the Gospels. This Dimma has been traditionally identified with the Dimma who was later Bishop of Connor mentioned by Pope John IV in a letter on Pelagianism in 640. The illumination of the manuscript is limited to illuminated initials three Evangelist portrait pages and one page with an Evangelist's symbol. In the 12th century the manuscript was encased in a richly gilt case by O'Carroll of Ely.

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