Hitler-Stuart Houston, William, born 12-03-1911 in London, England, was the son of Adolf Hitler’s (did you know) half brother, Alois Hitler. Alois first wife was Hedwig Heidemann and had one son Heinz. Alois left Germany and traveled to Ireland, where he met Bridgid Elisabet Dowling, William’s mother.
She died in Long Island, USA, age 78 on 18-11-1969. Alois and Bridgid were married in London in 1910 and the couple settled at 102 Upper Stanhope Street in Toxteth, Liverpool, and in 1911 they had their only child, William Patrick Hitler. Ironically, the house was destroyed in the last German air raid of the Liverpool Blitz on 10-01-1942, and has remained a bomb site until recent years, where William was born in 1911. Alois abandoned Bridget in 1914 and returned to Germany, but Bridgid refused to go with him, as he had become violent and started beating their son. Alois decided to abandon his family; he remarried bigamous and sent word after the war that he was dead. He was charged with bigamy in 1924 but escaped conviction due to Bridgid’s intervention. Bridget raised her son alone with no support from her husband from whom she was eventually divorced. Bridgid raised William in England, but he visited his father in Germany once in 1929 and met his half-brother, Heinz Hitler, unlike his half-brother William, Heinz, was a devoted Nazi and served in the German military, as a signals NCO with the 23rd Potsdammer Artillery Regiment in 1941, on the Eastern Front. He attended an elite Nazi military academy, the National Political Institutes od Education, Napola in Ballensted, Saxen Anhalt. He was captured in January of 1942 and tortured for several weeks before dying in a Moscow prison, age 21, on 21-02-1942 and received the Iron Cross 2nd class
. Leo Rudolf Raubal Jr. son of Angela Hitler, William and Heinz’s cousin, fought in the Luftwaffe. Geli Raubal.
Leo, like Heinz, was captured by the Russians but, unlike Heinz, was freed after the war. William returned to Germany again in 1933, in an attempt to benefit from his uncle’s rise to power. His uncle found him a job in a bank. Later, William worked at an Opel automobile factory, and later still as a car salesman. Dissatisfied with these jobs, William persisted in asking his uncle for a better job, writing to him with blackmail threats that he would sell embarrassing stories about the family to the newspapers. In 1938, Adolf Hitler asked William to relinquish his British citizenship in exchange for a high-ranking job. Expecting a trap, William decided to flee Nazi Germany tried to blackmail his uncle with threats. This time, William threatened to tell the press that Hitler’s alleged paternal grandfather, Leopold Frankenberger, was actually a Jewish merchant. Returning to London he wrote an article for Look magazine titled “Why I Hate my Uncle.” However William did return, briefly, to Germany in 1938, possibly as a British agent. William’s role in Germany in the late 1930s is unsubstantiated. William, perhaps thinking his cover was blown, fled Germany secretly through Holland; he again to the USA in January 1939 with the help of a British agent. William Randolph Hearst
, an American newspaper publisher who built the nation’s largest newspaper chain, he died in Beverly Hills on 14-08-1951, at the age of 88, brought William and Bridget to the lecture tour in United States where they were when the US entered World War II. William Hitler petitioned President Franklion Delano Roosevelt to allow him to serve in the armed forces. President Roosevelt sent to the FBI, who cleared him for service and according to a story circulating after his enlistment, when he went to the draft office and introduced himself, the recruiting officer supposedly replied, “Glad to see you, Hitler. My name’s Hess.” In 1944, William joined the US Navy as a Pharmacist’s Mate, a designation later changed to Hospital Corpsman until he was discharged in 1947. He had been wounded in service during the course of World War IIand even earned a Purple Heart.
Death and burial ground of Hitler-Stuart Houston, William Patrick “Willy”.
In 1946, he became a naturalized citizen and to protect his anonymity, changed his name to Patrick Stuart-Houston, one that is strikingly close to the name of Adolf Hitler’s favorite anti-Semitic author, Houston Stewart Chamberlain. Patrick Stuart-Houston was discharged from the Navy in 1947, married, and settled on Long Island. Stuart-Houston was married to Phyllis Jean-Jacques, who was born in Germany sometime in the mid-1920s, she died in 2004. The couple here with the first born son Alexander . After their relationship had begun, William, Phyllis, and Bridget tried for some anonymity in the United States. He built upon his medical training to establish a business that analyzed blood samples for hospitals. His laboratory, which he called Brookhaven Laboratories, was located in his home, a two-story clapboard house at 71 Silver Street, Patchogue William and Phyllis had four boys: Alexander Adolf, Louis, Howard Ronald, a Special Agent with the Criminal Investigation Division of the Internal Revenue Service, died in an automobile accident on September 14-09-1989 having fathered no children. Howard Ronald is and Brian William Stuart Houston. William Patrick, Houston, died on 14-07-1987, age 76, in Patchogue, New York.
and is buried with his son Howard, who died in a car accident and mother Brigid Elisabeth, Mrs Alois Hitler, on the Holy Sepulchre Cemetery in Coram, New York, all four boys had no children, Though none of the brothers has children, Alexander, now a social worker, has said that he knows of no sort of pact to intentionally end the Hitler bloodline. This is addressed due to speculation that such an agreement had been made. Anyway their Hitler branch will stop.