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Surnames: Reed, Payseur
LEWIS CASS PAYSEUR 1850-1939
For a moment let us digress back to the
time when the former Crown Prince of
France, now Daniel Payseur (1785-1860)
arrived in America.
Daniel married a woman by the name of
Susannah Riser or (Kisor) around the
year of 1814 approximately, (all
marriages of this family's bloodline are
through all issue of the families to this
date, as they say, "we keep the marriage
in the family"). Susannah was the sister
to one Sarah Riser which married a
German by the name of John Reed who
owned the Reed Gold Mine and started
the gold rush fever in the Carolinas. The
Payseurs were also involved with gold
mines. In Daniel's business years before
his death he was instrumental in
acquiring, with his wealth from gold
holdings, vast holdings in numerous
banks, railroad construction companies,
railway companies, canal companies,
tramway companies, companies for the
manufacture of railroad engines, railway
cars, railway sleeping cars (Pullman),
steam tractors and plows now known as
International Harvester, Colt Firearms
(Gatling Gun), Wagons and Buggies, now
known as Cadillac cars. He owned huge
plantations of cotton, tobacco, timber and
corn, he also owned the manufacture of
cotton. Eli Whitney, of the cotton gin.
Susannah and Daniel had two sons the first born was Adam and then Jonas. At some time in Adams young
adult life he was murdered and all of the family assets were set up to pass to Jonas W. Payseur upon his father
Daniel's death. Jonas carried on the family tradition and increased the family holdings to include steam ship
companies now known as. United Fruit Company, Mining Equipment Co., Aluminum Company of America
(ALCOA)., Mining companies for Coal, Iron, Copper, Gold and Silver and was the main supplier to the
government for gold and silver. They started the meat processing company now known as Armour and
Company and started the cattle and stock yards across America at the railroad yards.
While the Payseurs were busy buying property during the Civil War, the Union government was actively
seizing all property and public records. The reason for this search and seizure was to find out who owned
what property, so it (The Government) could seize more property.
All of the public records were seized from each county court house in every Confederate State and taken to
Bradford, North Carolina, where they were meticulously studied, some of them totally rewritten, thence to be
returned to their original places ( if they had not been destroyed) at a later date. This information was found
out after I was doing research in the southern court houses. I counldn't figure out how the same hand writing
kept showing up in all these different record books all across the south, in different states, on the same dates.
199My friend was kidding me when I voiced this question and he told me that they got around in flying saucer
back then.
In order to conceal the family interests from both the government and Quantrill's Raiders. (Quantrill had
married into the Springs Family) the Payseurs bought things in family names, (fathers-in-laws, brothers-in-
laws etc., etc..) such as Smith, Giles, Moore. Poore, Hawkins. Coon, Payseur, Bashore, Bason. Hudson, Kaiser,
Lettson, Reed. Throughout all of it, when forming corporations, he always held Stock Certificate number one
(1). Which was always a special type of voting, "Class "A" type" preferred stock and always signified prime
ownership.
Jonas W. Payseur married Harriette Smith and their eldest son was Lewis Cass Payseur. Lewis Cass is on
record in the library of congress as being a postmaster from 1877 to 1883 in North Carolina. Lewis carried on
the family tradition by being instrumental in adding such business to the list as the United States Postal
Service, the Federal Reserve, the United States Military Railroad Security Police of the Selma, Rome and
Dalton Railroad, known today after many name changes and years of obscurity as the C.I.A. There are many
different levels and branches of this organization. They acquired huge forest from coast to coast for wood
products and manufacturing of (utility poles, cross ties, railroad cars, furniture, boxes etc., etc., and the
automobile manufacture now known as General motors corporation.
During the depression of the late eighteen hundreds, (thanks to the shortage of cash that was in circulation) the
Rutherfordton Railroad Construction Company, extended credit to the railroad companies in exchange for their
Stock (preferred stock, of course, which carried voting rights and also their government granted land patents as
collateral of the credit) to finish the expansion of the railroads.
When the railroad companies bankrupted, their stock was forfeited to L.C. Payseur, and the railroad companies
whose stock L.C. held were thereby amalgamated under one railroad. Southern Railway Company.
Along with these railroad companies came their land acquired from congressional land grants. All of the
railroad companies were set up on new 99-year leases . The majority of these leases expire on the 17th of June
1993, this lease merged with Norfolk Western Railway to extend it through the merger and name change of
Norfolk Southern to Dec. 31, 1993.
The Payseur family and the railroads acquired the monopoly for the manufacturing of electrical power. The
monopoly for pipeline companies for water and fuels now known as Standard Oil or Exxon oil. Exporting and
Importing of goods and foods.
The family estate was always passed to the eldest son of the eldest son in the family, it was believed that the
women had no brains and were not worthy of knowing any more than how to have babies and entertain family
and business associates. So for many generations the women were treated like mushrooms.
Unfortunate for the peoples of the world Lewis Cass Payseur was unable to produce a male heir, he and his
wife Mary Alice Hudson Payseur had three daughters, Una. Pearl and the eldest Iola Madelyn who married
George Gatling, (Gatling guns), and none of them were privileged to very much detailed information about the
families holdings. However they were intrusted with the family genealogy and kept very accurate records.
With the death of Lewis Cass he left no male heir to his fortune, so in solution to this he appointed lolas'
(eldest daughter) husband to manage his Payseurs affairs.
The family secrets were kept hidden from the women for the most part up until Iola Payseur Folgums
husbands' death in the mid 1950's. Iola's husband had been appointed by Lewis Cass as his personal business
manager and of course he knew everything and it was all kept in the records in the family safe in there home.
After Mr. Folgums death I'm sure curiosity got the best of lola and sent on a search!
It is known that she went through all of her fathers and husbands personal record of the families business and
locked everything away ordering in her will that it not be opened until five years after her death.
200The family really wasn't to concerned about what was there because they had plenty of money, everyday they
had checks come in the mail or money was deposited into their bank accounts from stock dividends. Five
years came and past and the family had forgotten about opening the safe.
In about the year of 1971 the family decided to sell the old estate, it was at that time the family decided to open
the safe. It was then they discovered power and vast holdings the estate held. The family had to make some
major decisions and fast!
One of the things that the family discovered was the information about the 99 year leases, and the fact that the
family owned all the railroads and the lands granted to the railroads associated with this ownership were
hundreds of corporations in the united states and around the world. On the day that the safe was opened the
family found hundreds of stock certificates where L.C. Payseur held "Stock Certificate #1 - type A"- denoting
the principle, or major ownership of each corporations.
Since about 1972, the family has been trying to regain control of the leased corporations to clear up the mess
that has happened with everything and the frauds that have been committed.
The following pages are documents that show L. C. Payseurs ownership of various companies.
201Jonas W. PAYSEUR.
202203204205The letterhead has been used in continuation form Daniel Payseur's time till now, which
shows, left and right, at the top of the page, a halberd of the Swiss Guard which was decimated
in its attempt to save the lives of King Louis and Marie Antoinette during the siege and assault
of the revolutionary mobs against the French Royal Family at the Palace of Versailles on the
night of October 25th, 1789, and finally wiped out on the night of August 10, 1792 at the
Tuileries in Paris, again defending their royal charges. In his recent book, "The Sum of all
Fears", Tom Clancy says of the Swiss guard and their principal weapon:
"The striped jump-suits of the Swiss guards had been designed by Michelangelo. Like
the red tunics of the British Guardsmen, they were anachronisms from a bygone era
when it had made sense for soldiers to wear brightly colored uniforms...the men and
their weapons looked so quaint. The Vatican Guards carried halberds, evil-looking
long handled axes made originally for infantrymen to unhorse armored knights, as
often as not by crippling the horse...Once off his mount the armored knight was
dispatched with little more effort than that required to break up a lobster and about as
much remorse. People thought medieval weapons romantic somehow,...but there was
nothing romantic about what they were designed to do. A modern rifle might punch
holes in some other fellow's anatomy. These were made to dismember. Both
methods would kill, of course, but at least rifles made for neater burial."
Swiss mercenary guards have protected the Pontiff and property of the Roman Catholic church
since its inception, and they have also protected the royalty of France and the Holy Roman
Empire. King Louis was the French arm. Marie Antoinette was the Holy Roman Empire.
The Halberd photographed for this letterhead was carried by one of the members of the
complement of Swiss Guards who sacrificed themselves that August night in 1792, and it
bears the French Royal Family's Coat of arms. It has been kept in the family to this day. A
point to note concerning Daniel's birth date as it is given on the letterhead is that is that 1793,
with the deaths of his parents under the guillotine, began his "reign" his new life, it does not
reflect his true birth date which was March 25th, 1785.
206207208209210211212213214215216217ASSETS OF LEWIS CASS PA YSEUR
As Recorded in book 665, Page 20
The following is a list of only one third of the companies which are listed in public records as the assets of
Lewis Cass Payseur which have been assigned to the Lewis Cass Payseur Trust Company Inc.
All of the Companies listed here were each issued, upon formation, fifty thousand (50,000) preferred, or
special "Class "A" Shares, those being the only such shares authorized and issued, which shares represented
the true ownership of the corporation.
L. C. Payseur owned nine tenths of all of the preferred share issued of each of these companies forty five
thousand (45,000) and the rest of the world owns only five thousand (5,000) shares of the issued stock.
Common shares, or "non-voting shares" are the ones, where applicable, which are traded on the stock
exchange, and they do not reflect the ownership as is commonly thought.
Note: Companies listed in the Fortune 500 Magazine of May 5, 1980 are noted by the name of the
Company followed by "(#—)",
This is not a complete list of the Payseur Assets as this is only one third of his holdings, the estate was filed
in three different locations with different assets listed at each state and county site that it was filed in. In
another attempt to cover up the ownership trail, but you can get an idea of the magnitude of his holding
with this 1/3 list.
Railway. Railroad and Related Companies
Lancaster & Chester Railway Company
Cheraw & Chester Railroad Company
Leased for 99 years to the Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta Railroad Company, executed October 3, 1882.
and recorded in the Court of Probate and the County Recorders office of Chester County. South Carolina.
Seaboard Air Line Railway Company, South Carolina Division:
Along with the liens of the "iron rails and cross-ties" of lines under 99 year leases which have been merged
into the Seaboard Air Line Railway Company: some known as:
Catawba Valley Railway Company: Chester County, South Carolina
The Chattanooga. Augusta and Charleston Air Line Railway Co., recorded in Chester County, South Carolina.
The Memphis / Charleston Railroad Company: The Seaboard Air Lines System of Railroads Company, as
recorded in the office of the Probate Judge in and for the County of Dorchester, South Carolina, in Book "S
23" at Page 7, Dated December 9. 1899.
The Port Royal Railroad Company, as recorded with the office of the Probate Judge of Barnwell County,
South Carolina.
The Chester and Lenoir Narrow Gauge Railroad Company, as recorded in the County of Chester, South
Carolina, formerly known as the Wilmington. Charlotte and Rutherfordton Railway Company, as formed in
the City of Lincolnton, North Carolina, by the Payseur family.
Buffalo, Union and Carlisle Railway:- Union. South Carolina
C. and W.C. Railway: Anderson. South Carolina
Atlantic Coast Line Railway Company:- Richland. South Carolina
G. & F. Railway Company: Greenwood, South Carolina
C. N. & L. Railway Company: Newberry, South Carolina
283H. and B. Railway Company:- Colleton, South Carolina
C. and L. Railway Company:- Chesterfield, South Carolina
C. M. and C. Railway Company:- Chesterfield, South Carolina
Northwestern South Carolina Railway Company:- Spartanburg, South Carolina
Atlanta and Charlotte Railway Company:- Spartanburg, South Carolina
Ashville and Spartanburg Railway Company:- Spartanburg, South Carolina
Spartanburg, Union and Columbia Railway Company:- Spartanburg. S. C.
Columbia and Greenville Railway Company:- Greenville. South Carolina
Southern Railway Company, South Carolina Division:- Columbia, South Carolina
South Side Railroad Co.:- Connecting Atlanta. Georgia with Washington, D. C.
Selma, Rome and Dalton Railroad Company and Alabama Mineral Land Company of New York parent
to the famed Standard Oil now Exxon Oil.
Ashley Branch and Coal Line Railway Company
Georgia. Carolina and Northern Railroad: and its 99 year lease to Seaboard Air Line Railway Company
King's Mountain Gold Mine and Railroad Company: Companies listed in Real Property Book 1734 Page 62 et.
seq.. Court of Probate, in Alabama
Louisville and Nashville Railroad
Nashville and Decatur Railroad
The Great Southern Railroad Line
South and North Alabama Railroad
Mobile and Montgomery Railroad
Georgia Pacific and T. A., Louisville Ky.
Pennsylvania Railroad: See Chart on Penn Central Company, 6.5 Billion Dollar Empire
Mexican Railway:- Mexico City, Mexico
Mexican Central Railway:- Guadalajara, Mexico
New York Central Railroad
Southern Pacific Railroad
Missouri Pacific Railroad
Mobile and Ohio Railroad
Charleston, Cincinnati and Chicago Railroad Company (the Federal Reserve)
Narrow Gauge, Camden, Lancaster, Charlotte, all in North Carolina
Georgia Pacific Railroad Company (#56)
Pullman Company (builders of Pullman cars for the Railways)
Banks and Related Companies
Bank of Lancaster:- Lancaster County. South Carolina
First Bank and Trust Company:-Of Lancaster, South Carolina
The Lancaster Building and Loan Association
The Bank of Heath Springs
The Bank of Charleston
The Bank of Kershaw
Kershaw Mercantile and Banking Company
National Loan and Exchange Bank of Columbia
First National Bank of Camden
National Exchange Bank of Chester
Morgan Guaranty Trust Company of New York
New York Trust Company
The Bank of Richmond
National Loan and Exchange Bank of Camden
284Raleigh Savings Bank
American Trust and Savings Bank - Birmingham, Al.
Birmingham Trust and Savings Bank - Birmingham, A l.
Chase National Bank
Riggs National Bank
Hanover National Bank - New York
Brandvwine Bank - Maryland
Hamilton National Bank
South Carolina National Bank
Jefferson Savings and Loan Association
Bank of South Carolina
Bank of New York
Bank of Macon, Georgia
Pennsvlvania National Bank
Sandoz Bank
Painsville. Ohio Bank
Cotton Mills
Lancaster Cotton Mills:-Now known as Springs Mills Inc. of Lancaster, S. C ................. (#319)
The Eureka Cotton Mills
The Springstein Cotton Mills
Dan River Cotton Mills:-Danville, VA
Lorav Cotton Mills
Belton Cotton Mills
The Lancaster Cotton Oil Company
The N. K. Fairbank Company (Cotton Oil). Chicago. I I I.
Thread and Sewing Machine Companies
Singer Manufacturing Company:-New York
The New Home Sewing Machine Company:-30 Union Sq., New York Household Sewing Machine Company:-
Providence, Rhode Island
Hartford Sewing Machine Company:-Connecticut
Renington Sewing Machine Company
Domestic Sewing Machine Company
Clark's O.N.T. Cotton Thread Company
Corticelli Silk Thread Company
Pharr and Long Clothiers 42 S. Tryon St., Charlotte, N.C.
J.P. Coats Thread Company
Willimantic Thread Company and/or
Willimantic Linen Company
Chicago-Kenosha Hosiery Company:-Kenosha, Wisconsin
E.C.Stahn and Company:-Chester, S. C. (Watches, Jewelry and sewing machines)
Electric and Power Companies
Southern Power Company
Duke Power Company
Lancaster Light and Power Company
Potomac Electric Company
General Electric
Company ........................................................................................................................................(#9)
Gold and Silver Companies
285Reed Gold Mine
Gastonia Gold Mine
Gold Hill Mining Company
King's Mountain Gold Mine (and Railway Company as above)
Clyta Oro Mining Company-Supplied all the gold for the Federal Reserve
Union Silver Company
Lotowana Silver Mining Company
Iron and Steel (and other metals) Companies
Lincoln Iron Company (formerly Lincolnton Tin Mine and Smelter) now Carnegie Steel)
Woodward Iron Company
Ingall's Steel Company
The Ingalls Iron Works Company of Birmingham. Alabama
Carnegie Steel Company
Aluminum Company of American (ALCOA) ..................................................................................................(#63)
Motor Vehicle Companies
American Motors Company................................................................................................................................(#109)
General Motors Corporation ............................................................................................................................... (# 2)
Cadillac Motor Car Company
Carolina Cadillac Company Studebaker Carriages and Wagons Company
Insurance Companies
Home Insurance Company 119 Broadway. New York (From Orrville and Selma, Alabama, allegedly the
parent to all insurance companies )
Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York
Old American Insurance Company:- Kansas City
William's and Gregory Insurance Company:- Lancaster. S. C.
Tobacco and Related Companies
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company........ (#39)
George W. Helme and Company (Helme's Railroad Mill Snuff) Helmetta, N.J.
American Tobacco Company
Regalia De La Francis Cigar Company
Watch Companies
Elgin National Watch Company
National "Elgin" Watch Company
I l l i n o i s "Springfield" Watch Company
American "Waltham" Watch Company
The Centennial (1776-1876) Watch Company
Waterbury Watch Company
Land and Real Estate Companies
Alabama Mineral Land Company of New York
Woodgin Plantation:-Leased to Frisco Railroad
Bondurant Plantation:-Leased to St. Louis-San Francisco Railroad
T. M. Hughes Real Estate Agency:-Lancaster, S. C.
286Food and Other Household Goods
Gail Borden, Eagle Brand Milk Company .......................................................................................... (#73 Borden)
The Genessee Pure Food Company ........................................................................................ (#50 General Foods)
Heinzs Pickle Company.................................................................................................................... (#139 Heinz 57)
The American Cereal Company................................................................................................. (#176 Quaker Oals)
United Fruit Trading Company:- Linked to Grace Shipping Lines
Armour and Company:-(Formerly Armour Meat Packing Company)
The Lancaster Hardware Company
Mimaugh's Department Store
Bibb's Stove and Range Company
Swift and Company
The Woolson Spice Company
Cleveland's Baking Powder Company
White Mountain Ice Cream Freezer Company
Arbuckle Brothers Coffee Company
King's Buckwheat Flour Company
Lustro Cleaners Company
Lincolnton Drug Company: Became Rexall Drugs
Fleming Brothers Cologne
New Mown Hay Sachet Colgate and Company. Perfumers of New York
Boll Brothers Manufacturing Company Harrisburg, Pa. (metal beds and bedding)
Tarrant's Aperient Seltzer Company
Celluloid Eye Glasses Company (Patent #03-13-1877) S.O.M. Company
Steele and Price Manufacturing Company (Yeast, flavoring extracts etc., Chicago, III.)
Brown's Iron Bitters Company
Richmond Heater Company (wood burning heaters)
Charles W.S. Banks Furniture Company Baltimore, Md
Peloubet and Company, Bloomfield. NJ - Mfr. Standard Brand Organs
Ehvet Magnesia Mfg Company
Boston Rubber Shoe Company
Sears, Roebuck and Co.
Miscellaneous Companies
Colt Firearms
Company ............................................... ............................................(#165)
Standard Oil Company........................................................................................................................(#10, #6, and
#32)
Exxon
Corporation .....................................................................................................................................................(#1)
B. F. Goodrich
Company...................................................................................................................................... (#112)
Sherwin-Williams Paint
Company ................................................................................................................. (#251)
The Fort Mill Manufacturing Company
Catawba Fertilizer Company
Lancaster Manufacturing Company
Western Union Telegraph Company
Ashley Phosphate Fertilizer Company
Steamship (British) Manhattan
Lancaster Merchantile Company
Pearl Powder Company
H.S. Robinson and Company
Walter A. Wood Company of New York
Knapp and Company of New York
287Scott and Bowne Manufacturing Company of New York
Reinthanl and Newman of New York
J. Lichtenstein and Son of New York
Bimbel Brothers Stores New York and Philadelphia
Rochester Photo Press of Rochester, New York
Newmond and Company Buffalo, New York
I. C. Hood and Company
E.W. Hoyte and Company
Dr. J. C. Bayer and Company-Bayer Aspirin Co.
Hill and Greene
Ed V. Price and Company
W. B. Clapp, Young and Company
Hurst, Purnell and Company
National Twist Drill and Tool Co.
Millhiser's Manufacturing Company
Joseph Emmanuel and Company
Silverine Company-Onieda Silver Co.
J. P. Stevens and Brothers (paper mill)
The Hamilton Company of Canada
Cabbet and Company of Spain
In order to keep the true ownership hidden from the government and the public all of these companies and
hundreds more were tucked away in parent corporations and companies, almost all of the railroads across the
united states were merged into the new "Southern Railway", merger of 1906 that J. P. Morgan helped
orchestrate for Payseur.
The Southern Railway, which contained almost all of the railway companies were hidden in one little
insignificant short railway line that was called the "Lancaster and Chester Railway Company". The family
joke is that they own a little railroad company by the name of the L&C Railway Company and it has a spur
line called Southern Railway, which is obstinately all the railroads. They also own one other important little
railroad, "The Cheraw and Chester Railroad Company".
The Lancaster and Chester Railway, was owned by a cotton mill by the name of the "Lancaster Cotton
Mill", which was owned by L.C. Payseur, the name of Lancaster Cotton Mill was changed in the 1930's to
Springs Mills Inc. but the ownership was still by L.C. Payseurs'. It is very important that you remember
this one little paragraph.
L.C. Payseur also owned "The Bank of Lancaster", which in recent years has gone on a name changing
tangent the last known names were the (NCNB) North Carolina National Bank then it merged with its self and
became known as NationsBank For a short digression, research discovered that in the 1980's George Bush
became the chairman of the executive committee of First International Bank of Houston. He also became a
director of Fist International Bank shares. Inc. ("InterFirst"). InterFirst became the largest bank in Texas and
was reportedly running speculation all over South America, China and Europe. Later InterFirst merged with
Republic Bank in 1987 to form First Republic Bank, eventually as it appeared all banks in Texas got into a non
sovereign situation if you can believe that. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, with the connivance of
the IRS, awarded the assets of First Republic Bank to the North Carolina National Bank in exchange for no
payment whatsoever on the part of NCNB. Why should they have to pay themselves? NationsBank, which is
reputedly a darling of the intelligence community, which is not quite right but makes some sense, being as the
banks and CIA are owned by the railroad.
Payseur also owned "Southern Power Company" which is today known as "Southern Company" and owns
the control of all power companies in the united states by law that states that only railroads can manufacture
electricity. That is why everyone that comes up with a better and cheaper form of energy and would become a
threat to the power company is put out of business. Because the railroad has a monopoly at least until the 99
year leases are up.
288Payseur owned "The Lancaster Manufacturing Company", which controlled the production of all wood
products, such as railroad ties, railroad cars, service poles, furniture, paper etc., etc.. This is were the railroad
land grants come in w ith such names as Boise Cascade, Weyerhaeuser, Crown Zellierback. Mead, Regency
companies using the railroad land leased to them "only" from Payseur to product trees for wood products.
These companies do not own the land they operate under leases, they do not have the right to sell railroad or
timber land that they use. they do not own the land nor the companies.
Mr. Payseur also owned a company by the name of "The Lancaster Cotton Oil", th is company started the
manufacture of fertilizer and other related items.
Leroy Springs was appointed President of all of Mr. Payseurs companies to oversee them, he was also Mr.
Payseurs' attorney and a trustee for his affairs. He was trusted with all kinds of important documents, affidavits
and secrets, as to who the true owners were of these companies. Remember that it was stated earlier that the
northerner's couldn't get the southern people to work for them, so Northerners would appoint the old ex-
confederate officers to run the companies owned by Yankees after the Civil War and all the confiscation's.
That is how Leroy Springs got involved with the Lancaster Cotton Mill, and the other companies. He was a
manager not an owner.
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