After her three-decades journey to find the truth about her father and her Churchill family connections, Oklahoma native Rhonda Noonan is planning a “Bastard’s Homecoming Tour” of the UK. While in the UK, plans are also being made to meet up with other members of the international adoption community.Continue reading »
Our next guest spent 30 years searching for the truth about her father and family identity. Her story really sounds more like a detective novel. The secrets in her family tree were covered up by the FBI and the Department Human Services, but why? We’re going to find out.
Rhonda Noonan, here to share her story on Good Morning OklahomaContinue reading »
You have written a book about it, The Fifth and Final Name and let me ask you a little bit about the FBI’s role in this. So they were trying to be complacent with the Churchill family and with England to keep this keep this a secret.
RHONDA: Well yes, I would assume so. I don’t know who in the Churchill family knew about this other than of Randolph Churchill who was my biological father.
They did some interesting things. They tapped my adoptive parents home phone. So the only time my parents could communicate with the people in the city, was if they called form their home number. The FBI showed up in Tonkawa a few months prior my adoption and interviewed my adoptive mother’s employers. She had worked at the bank and worked at the drug store and they talked to her employers. Talked to my grandparents. And talked to a couple of business men who were close to the family. There as a little bit of hubbub about why the FBI had shown up in Tonkawa.Continue reading »
Rhonda Noonan, author of The Fifth and Final Name – Memoir of an American Churchill, will be a guest on ABC’s KTUL this Friday July 26, 2013.Continue reading »
Chumbolly Press is proud to announce the release of The Fifth and Final Name: Memoir of an American Churchill (http://www.fifthandfinalname.com) by Rhonda Noonan. The memoir is the unforgettable story of one adoptee’s search for family and the truth about her past. It details a shocking and remarkable journey where Rhonda discovers that she is the biological granddaughter to the late Sir Winston Churchill.Continue reading »
Rhonda Noonan, 56, knew she had been adopted and that her father was an important British figure. Yet discovering his identity turned into a real mystery.Now Rhonda, from Tulsa, Oklahoma, has discovered her father was Sir Winston Churchill’s only son, Randolph.She details her story in her new book, The Fifth and Final Name – Memoir of an American Churchill.Continue reading »
After more than 30 years of trying to find her family roots, a mental health worker from Tulsa, Oklahoma has discovered that she is the granddaughter of Sir Winston Churchill.She detailed her story in her new book, ‘The Fifth and Final Name – Memoir of an American Churchill.’Continue reading »
The truth is incontrovertible. Panic may resent it, ignorance may deride it, malice may distort it, but there it is. Winston Churchill In Speech made at the House of Commons in 1916Continue reading »
Oklahoma woman who was placed for adoption and who says she found out later she is Winston Churchill’s granddaughter says there shouldn’t be a distinction between adopted and nonadopted adults being allowed to get their original birth certificates. Energized by […]Continue reading »
Secret Adoption in the US at the Centre of Allegations Over a Very British Cover-up It wouldn’t be their finest hour, but it might add an intriguing chapter to the history of perhaps the greatest British dynasty of the 20th […]Continue reading »