Dr. Peter Lea Heineman
I can’t imagine what brings you to visit, but welcome!
Here you will find links to a few of the subjects that most interest me. Check back frequently for updates.
Here you can access a number of topics and reports including, The History of Names; Noble, Princely, Royal and Imperial Titles; Armorial Bearings; The Heineman Family Genealogy (85 Generations); Royal Ancestors of the Heineman Family; Our Confederate Ancestor; Our American Revolutionary War Ancestors; Our Huguenot Ancestor; Our Magna Charta Ancestors; Genealogical Associations; Our World War I Ancestor, Our World War II Ancestor, and; Dear Doris.
Music is a large part of my life. Go to this link if you want to learn more about the Great Highland Bagpipe or to download a free copy of The Highland Bagpipe Tutor Student Manual, Highland Bagpipe Tutor Instructor Manual, Tunes of Glory (a collection of hymns, songs, their stories, lyrics, and settings for the Great Highland Bagpipe), Christmas Carols, and Behind the Tunes (a collection of music for the Highland Bagpipes and the stories behind them).
Information on the various Chivalric Orders and Confraternities to which I belong; The Nobiliary Fraternity of the Nia Naisc, The Imperial Ethiopian Order of Saint George of Lalibela, The Order of Saint Sylvester Pope and Martyr, The Equestrian Order of San Marino, The Sovereign Military Order of the Temple of Jerusalem, The Imperial Ethiopian Order of Saint Mary of Zion, The Royal Confraternity of Sao Teotonio, The Military and Hospitaller Order of St. Lazarus of Jerusalem, The Ecumenical Order of Malta, The Order of the Eagle of Georgia and the Seamless Tunic of Our Lord Jesus Christ, The Most Illustrious Order of Naovarat, The Order of the Crown of Egypt, The Order of St. Andrew the Apostle the First-Called, The Order of the Grand Master Prince Alfonse, The Military Order of Saint Sebastian, and The International Commission and Association on Nobility.
From 1980 to 1991, my father and I dove in the Caribbean. For his 75th birthday, I took my dive journal and wrote a narrative of our dives and exploration of the islands we visited: Grand Cayman; Bonnaire; Grand Turk; Roatan; St. Lucia; Cayman Brac & Little Cayman; Guanaja; Dominica; Anegada; and, St. Eustatius. Dad and I made 126 saltwater dives to 11 islands over 10 years. And it’s true, the best thing about memories is making them and when memories are shared they become treasures. I am pleased to have shared our diving trip memories with you and encourage you to make and share your own. DIVE LOG
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