OK here are the answers.
The reference to the Boston Tea Party and King George were clues that the war of independence was the time period involved in the answer, and the crucial sentence is "America was like a Warton
the backside of King George".
Who was the biggest wart at that time to the English King?
of course, who led the Continental Army that fought the War of Independence,and the name of the English village is Warton
, which is located near the town of Lancaster, and is the ancestral home of George Washington.
It was Colonol John Washington, the great-grandfather of George Washington, who emigrated to Virginia in 1659 and started the American branch of the Washington family and thats the reason the Stars and Stripes flies from the church tower every 4th of July.
The Washingtons had been resident in Warton since the 14th century after moving from Durham in the NE of England.
Two of the Washington family were involved in the building of the church,Lawrence and Robert Washington and the Washington family coat of arms was built into the stonework of the church.
The coat-of-arms followed the Washington family to America and eventually became the flag of Washington DC.
Because the Washington coat-of-arms is made up of stars and stripes it is claimed by some that it originally formed the basis for the design of the American flag, but not all experts agree.
The present day flag that flies at Warton was provided by the White House after it originally flew on the Capitol Building on May 11th 1966.
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And how are Winston Churchill and Lady Dianna linked to the flag flying at Warton?
The clue is in their names, Winston Spencer
Churchill and Dianna was originally Dianna Spencer
before she was married.
The Spencer dynasty who eventually spawned them both are linked to the Washington family.
This is the Washington family tree displayed in the church.
And of course no English village would be complete without a pub, which has been named after the great man.