Churchill’s Mother’s Side
1817 – 1891
1854 – 1921
Churchill’s Father’s Side
John Winston Churchill
1822 – 1883
Lord Randolph Churchill
1650- 1722 First Duke of Marlborough
John Churchill (1650-1722), son of an impoverished country gentleman, was the greatest military leader that Britain has ever produced. He brilliantly led the combined armies of Britain, Austria and Holland against Louis XIV of France.
Queen Anne made him Duke of Marlborough.
1822 – 1883… ( Winston’s grandfather )
John Winston Spencer Churchill was born on 02 Jun 1822 in Garboldisham Hall, Garboldisham, Norfolk.
Lord Randolph ( Winston’s Father )
Randolph’s rise was so rapid- in July 1886 “Randy”, age 37, became simultaneously chancellor of the exchequer and leader of the House of Commons.
His brother was involved in a scandal – he went to Prince of Wales and was accused of blackmail and challenged to a duel. Queen Victoria became aware of the situation and the duel never took place. Instead, Lord Randolph was banished to a government post in Ireland. Randolph career collapsed he turned to drink and drugs and finally died of syphilis.
Jenny Jacobson Churchill ( Winston’s mother )
She was born in Brooklyn, New York. Her father was a financier, owner of NY Times, involved in Broadway and horse tracks. Her socialite mother took the daughters to Paris to find royalty. She met Lord Randolph at Cowes during the yachting festival. She became pregnant and her father paid Lord Randolph a sum of $ 2.5 mil ( 2004 equivalent ). As soon as this settlement was reached they were married, on 15 April 1874 at the British embassy in Paris.
The wedding was a hushed and rushed affair with of none of the splendor that an international society wedding of such wealth and standing would normally receive, no public ceremony, and little mention in the press.
The Duke and Duchess [of Marlborough] were conspicuously absent. Her second son Jack, 1880-1947 was born in the Irish capital at the beginning of 1880 and it is believed different father from Winston Churchill, a Irish nobleman, Col. John Strange Jocelyn was responsible.
1910 Jennie marries George Cornwallis West ( 20 years his senior ) – they divorced in 1914.
1918 Jennie was married for a third time to Montague Phippen Porch
Jennie Churchill’s second husband.
Montague Phippen Porch
Jennie’s third husband
Leonard Jerome – Churchill’s wife’s father
Proprietor, and editor, of the New York Times, who used gattling guns on his striking employees. He was a stock speculator, and a close friend of August Belmont, Sr nee Schoenberg, American representative of the Rothschild family’s banking. He had interests in Broadway theaters, race tracks and railroads.
He was plagued by scandals such as (Minnie Hauk was believed to be his illegitimate daughter). He changed his name from Jacobson to Jerome.
Winston’s brother …1880 – 1947
John Strange Spencer Churchill the illegitimate son from one of many affairs that Churchill’s mother had.
Winston Churchill’s history
Speculation was that Lord Churchill was not Winston’s father.Winston’s putative father treated Winston with distance and disdain. The non-existent father-son “relationship” was thought to evolve from Winston’s illegitimacy.
Winston’s mother, Jenny Churchill (née Jacobson) was a notorious adulteress. Jenny Churchill’s promiscuity was so infamous that ZOG Court Historian William Manchester commented on it in detail in Volume 1 of his now to be permanently incomplete Churchill “trilogy,” The Last Lion.
Winston as a cavalry cadet at the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst
Newsman for the Daily Telegraph. 1897
Winston is again a war-correspondent
This time for The Morning Post. His salary is £250 per month. 1899
In 1900, he ran for parliament as a Conservative and won a seat.
In 1911 he was named First Lord of the Admiralty and presided over the British navy before the outbreak of World War I.
The Dardanelles expedition, a plan to outflank the Germans, was a disaster for the British military. It had been his idea and as a result Churchill lost his admiralty post in 1915 and was sent to serve on the front lines in France.
In January 1916 he was appointed as Lieutenant Colonel of the 6th Battalion Royal Scots Fusiliers.
Re-elected in 1917 he was named minister of munitions and later secretary of state for war and air from 1918 to 1921. As colonial secretary in 1921-22, he helped negotiate the treaty to set up Ireland.
Between 1922 and 1924 Churchill left the Liberal party and rejoined the Conservatives. He was appointed Chancellor of the Exchequer – a position he held until the election of 1929.. He was defeated at the next election.
From 1929 Through 1932, Churchill Lived In America
The Conservative government was defeated in 1929, and Churchill, now out of office, was in need of income. After an absence of almost thirty years, he crossed the Atlantic and undertook an extensive lecture tour of North America. He stayed in New York with Benard Baruch, his trip included his only visit to the West Coast of the United States, where he was lavishly entertained in California by William Randolph Hearst. Churchill also experienced Prohibition first hand and was in New York in time to witness the Wall Street crash. The collapse of the American stock market, in which Churchill had invested, wiped out any financial gains from the tour.
Churchill was now increasingly dependent on his writing and public speaking to sustain his lifestyle. He returned to America for yet another lecture tour in December 1931, but suffered a further setback when he was seriously injured by a car on New York’s Fifth Avenue. On a late night romp he was so drunk he was hit by a car in 1932.
Churchill’s Real Mentor
Baruch, and the New York Zionists mentored Churchill, who was a gambler and a drunk. He was first hooked when Baruch covered his stock losses.
Whether that was simply because of the Churchill-Roosevelt friendship or whether Baruch thought he would be useful to the Jewish cause is not clear. We do not know if Churchill made any commitment to Baruch. Churchill’s hostility to Nazism seems not to have been the result of this, but rather prior to this.