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Louis B. (Bordelon) Claverie*

Descended from: Bertrand Claverie & Clara Bordelon

Registered Agent with Charles E. Dunbar Jr. & Sumter D. Marks of "Front" organization called:

"FOR AMERICA"

Registered in 1954 in Louisiana

Address: 208 S. LaSalle St. Chicago, ILL

208 LaSalle St. Chicago, ILL is the address of the "Travellers Aide Society" which assisted LHO upon his return from the Soviet Union

Registered Agent with Charles E. Dunbar Jr. & Sumter D. Marks of "Front" organization called:

VIGILANCE INCORPORATED

Registered in 1951 in Louisiana

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Charles E. Dunbar

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George Washington Dunbar-----Fenner's Battery, Louisiana Light Artillery.

A Son:

George H (Hacker) Dunbar-----Fenner's Battery, Louisiana Light Artillery

Married: Louise F. Toutant Beauregard---The Niece of General PGT Beauregard

A Son:

George Washington Dunbar:

A Son:

Charles E. Dunbar

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Sumpter D. (Davis) Marks

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Named for the Battle of Ft. Sumpter, SC, the first actions of the Civil War, and Jefferson Davis, President of the Confederate States of America

Son of: Sumpter Davis Marks & Janey Woods Waldo

Son of: Isaac Newton Marks & Leah Louise Samuels

Isaac Newton Marks was a delegate to the Louisiana State Convention, which on January 26, 1861, passed the Louisiana Ordinance of Secession.

Isaac Newton Marks was a signer of the Ordinance.

Isaac Newton Marks was also President of the New Orleans, Florida, and Havanna Steamship Company,

Descended from the Humphrey & Frances Marks family of Charleston, SC

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Sumpter D. (Davis) Marks

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Named for the Battle of Ft. Sumpter, SC, the first actions of the Civil War, and Jefferson Davis, President of the Confederate States of America

Son of:  Sumpter Davis Marks & Janey Woods Waldo

Son of:  Isaac Newton Marks & Leah Louise Samuels

Isaac Newton Marks was a delegate to the Louisiana State Convention, which on January 26, 1861, passed the Louisiana Ordinance of Secession.

Isaac Newton Marks was a signer of the Ordinance.

Isaac Newton Marks was also President of the New Orleans, Florida, and Havanna Steamship Company,

Descended from the Humphrey & Frances Marks family of Charleston, SC

Just for the record, there are 71 listings for Louisiana Confederate Soldiers with the last name "Marks" who served during the Civil War.

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Ashton Phelps

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Son of Esmond Phelps, former Law Partner with Charles E. Dunbar and Louis B. Claverie.

Esmond Phelps: Board of Tulane University--1894-1909

Board of Tulane University--1915-1950

Ashton Phelps, Jr.--Director, Times-Picayune Publishing Company

Director, Times-Picayune New Media Corporation

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Ashton Phelps

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Son of Esmond Phelps, former Law Partner with Charles E. Dunbar and Louis B. Claverie.

Esmond Phelps:  Board of Tulane University--1894-1909

                        Board of Tulane University--1915-1950

Ashton Phelps, Jr.--Director, Times-Picayune Publishing Company

                            Director, Times-Picayune New Media Corporation

Ashton Phelps: Board of Tulane University--1955-1972

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Sumpter D. (Davis) Marks

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Named for the Battle of Ft. Sumpter, SC, the first actions of the Civil War, and Jefferson Davis, President of the Confederate States of America

Son of:  Sumpter Davis Marks & Janey Woods Waldo

Son of:  Isaac Newton Marks & Leah Louise Samuels

Isaac Newton Marks was a delegate to the Louisiana State Convention, which on January 26, 1861, passed the Louisiana Ordinance of Secession.

Isaac Newton Marks was a signer of the Ordinance.

Isaac Newton Marks was also President of the New Orleans, Florida, and Havanna Steamship Company,

Descended from the Humphrey & Frances Marks family of Charleston, SC

Humphrey & Frances Marks ultimately moved to Columbia, SC.

On February 16, 1865, the home on Richardson St. was occupied by Dr. Frederick Marks and his family when the residence was burned by Federal Troops under the command of General W. T. Sherman

Isaac Newton Marks originally married Hannah Josephine Lee, and they had eight children. After the death of Hannah Lee Marks in 1857, Isaac Marks married Leah Samuels of New York City in 1858.

Isaac Newton Marks & Leah Samuels Marks thereafter had twelve additional children. These included Sumter Davis Marks (Sr.) and Henry Malvern Marks (Sr.)

Henry Malvern Marks was named after the "Battle of Malvern Hill", which was one of the earliest engagements of the Civil War.

During the battle of Malvern Hill, Henry Clay Marks, son of Isaac Newton Marks and Hannah Josephine Lee Marks, was killed July 1, 1862 while serving as the Commanding Officer of Company "B", 10th Louisiana Infantry.

Lucius Albert Marks, son of Isaac Newton & Leah Samuels Marks was a dispatcher and later manager for the New Orleans Transportation Department.*

*John Claverie, father of Marguerite Claverie & grandfather to LHO was a streetcar driver for the New Orleans Transportation Department for 30 years.

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John W. Sims

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In addition to being from a prominent Louisiana family which was fully represented in the Confederacy, the Sims family line entitled them to membership in one of the most prestegious of societies.

This was the:

National Society Magna Charta Dames and Barons

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www.magnacharta.org

Needless to say, the name is also quite prevelant in regards to "REX" of the New Orleans Mardi Gras, as well as the "Boston Club" of New Orleans.

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John W. Sims

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In addition to being from a prominent Louisiana family which was fully represented in the Confederacy, the Sims family line entitled them to membership in one of the most prestegious of societies.

This was the:

National Society Magna Charta Dames and Barons

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www.magnacharta.org

Needless to say, the name is also quite prevelant in regards to "REX" of the New Orleans Mardi Gras, as well as the "Boston Club" of New Orleans.

So! The Sims family is descended from or associated with those persons dealing with the signing of the Magna Charta.

Exactly what correlation could this have with the death of JFK??

Well, Martha Caruth was also a member of this elite society as well.

And, who is Martha Caruth?

Martha Caruth, of Texas, was the wife of David Harold Byrd, owner of the TSDB from which LHO fired the shots which resulted in the death of JFK.

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Charles E. Dunbar

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George Washington Dunbar-----Fenner's Battery, Louisiana Light Artillery.

A Son:

George H (Hacker) Dunbar-----Fenner's Battery, Louisiana Light Artillery

Married:  Louise F. Toutant Beauregard---The Niece of General PGT Beauregard

A Son:

George Washington Dunbar:

A Son:

Charles E. Dunbar

1915: Charles E. Dunbar, Jr. becomes an associate of the law firm.

1929: Dunbar is appointed National Counselor of the United States Chamber of

Commerce.

1931: Dunbar is elected President of the Louisiana Bar Association.

1935: Charles E. Dunbar, Jr. is awarded an "Honorary" Doctor of Laws Degree

from Tulane University*

*Other awardees of the Honorary Law Degree include:

1896: John Henniger Reagan, Postmaster of the Confederate States of America.

Captured with Jefferson Davis, President of the Confederacy, and

imprisoned.

Father of Jefferson Davis Reagan, grandfather of Ruby Reagan who

married Thomas Soule, Jr.

1918: George Soule

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John W. Sims

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In addition to being from a prominent Louisiana family which was fully represented in the Confederacy, the Sims family line entitled them to membership in one of the most prestegious of societies.

This was the:

National Society Magna Charta Dames and Barons

__________________________________________

www.magnacharta.org

Needless to say, the name is also quite prevelant in regards to "REX" of the New Orleans Mardi Gras, as well as the "Boston Club" of New Orleans.

So! The Sims family is descended from or associated with those persons dealing with the signing of the Magna Charta.

Exactly what correlation could this have with the death of JFK??

Well, Martha Caruth was also a member of this elite society as well.

And, who is Martha Caruth?

Martha Caruth, of Texas, was the wife of David Harold Byrd, owner of the TSDB from which LHO fired the shots which resulted in the death of JFK.

from another topic post:

"Thirty members of the Dallas Bonehead Club flew to several Mexican cities in two planes last week as guests of D. Harold Byrd*. Standing in the back row, left to right, are Myron Everts, D. Harold Byrd and Dr. Gordon Maddox. Standing, front row, left to right, are M. M. Gardner, Neal Lyons, G. W. Wagner, E. J. Koenig, Dr. C. V. White, J. Howard Payne, Capt. C. W. B. Long and L. M. Napier. Seated in the front is H. L. (Duke) DuLany."

- February 1, 1948, Dallas Daily Times Herald

JohnD

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Charles E. Dunbar

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George Washington Dunbar-----Fenner's Battery, Louisiana Light Artillery.

A Son:

George H (Hacker) Dunbar-----Fenner's Battery, Louisiana Light Artillery

Married:  Louise F. Toutant Beauregard---The Niece of General PGT Beauregard

A Son:

George Washington Dunbar:

A Son:

Charles E. Dunbar

1915: Charles E. Dunbar, Jr. becomes an associate of the law firm.

1929: Dunbar is appointed National Counselor of the United States Chamber of

Commerce.

1931: Dunbar is elected President of the Louisiana Bar Association.

1935: Charles E. Dunbar, Jr. is awarded an "Honorary" Doctor of Laws Degree

from Tulane University*

*Other awardees of the Honorary Law Degree include:

1896: John Henniger Reagan, Postmaster of the Confederate States of America.

Captured with Jefferson Davis, President of the Confederacy, and

imprisoned.

Father of Jefferson Davis Reagan, grandfather of Ruby Reagan who

married Thomas Soule, Jr.

1918: George Soule

According to a CIA document dated June 26, 1953:

"After leaving the FBI offices, Barrios and Gatlin met with a Mr. DUNBAR who occassionally represents the United Fruit Co. in New Orleans.

They asked for one million dollars from the United Fruit Co., in support of Barrio's intended revolutionary movement in Guatemala, but were unsuccessful in obtaining any commitment."

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Charles E. Dunbar

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George Washington Dunbar-----Fenner's Battery, Louisiana Light Artillery.

A Son:

George H (Hacker) Dunbar-----Fenner's Battery, Louisiana Light Artillery

Married:  Louise F. Toutant Beauregard---The Niece of General PGT Beauregard

A Son:

George Washington Dunbar:

A Son:

Charles E. Dunbar

Dunbar, G.W. & G. H.

Capt. Fenner's Btry. LA. Lt. Arty

On Roll of Prisoners of War

Paroled at Columbus, Miss., May 17, 1865

Residence: New Orleans, LA

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