Considering her grandson's meteoric rise to the U.S. presidency, Madelyn’s roots are questionable. Her "alleged" parents, Rolla Charles Payne (1892-1968) and Leona McCurry (1897-1930), lived on a farm and although the Paynes were not farmers, they enjoyed a ‘modest income’. How is it a non-farmer, living on a farm in Kansas, earned his 'modest' living? Well, he survived quite lucratively leasing his land to John D. Rockefeller’s Standard Oil Company, managing oil leases for Standard Oil in Oklahoma and Kansas. You heard it right. Rolla Payne earned his living through 'oil-lease royalties' and also as an accountant for Standard Oil.
A question arises. Was Madelyn indeed the daughter of Rolla and Leona? The possibility exists that one of the Rockefellers,John D. Rockefeller Jr. perhaps, while down in Kansas on business for the family company, enjoyed a farmer's daughter,if you will, and the Paynes were kindly asked to raise the result of that encounter. The result being baby Madelyn Lee. Not an outlandish thought for two reasons. Madelyn looks like a Rockefeller and her grandson became president of the U.S. which is owned by the Rockefellers as they are co-owners of the private central bank company known as the Federal Reserve. It seems most likely that "Junior" fathered Madelyn as his sons were quite young though some of them were indeed physically mature enough to father a child.
The proof is in the pudding. Judge for yourself if the possibility exists that Barack Obama has Rockefeller blood.
Neodesha,KS is but 45 miles to Peru,KS