Apollian Monarchs, Consorts & Heirs Apparent

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A list of Apollian Monarchs, Consorts and Heirs Apparent with Apollian Monarchy records.

Apollian Monarchs

There has been three monarchs of the Kingdom of Apollo from 1900 to the present.

House of Lynn

Arms Name Birth Marriages Death Succession right
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Reginald I

5 August 1880

son of Edward, Duke of Lime

and Hyacinth, Duchess of Lime

Rose of Lanock

10 March 1910

Royal St Ives Hall

1 child

16 August 1978

Emanuel Manor

aged 98

creation of Monarchy








House of Mulberry

The Royal House name Mulberry was adopted in 1978.

Arms Name Birth Marriages Death Succession right
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Edward I

1 January 1930

Royal Leto Hospital

son of Reginald I and Rose of Lanock

Mary of Neptune


20 August 1954

Royal St Ives Hall

2 children

18 May 1993

Emanuel Manor

aged 63

son of the preceding
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Ann I

1 November 1956

Royal Leto Hospital

daugther of Edward I and Mary of Neptune

Louis, The Duke of Luna


1 April 1981

Royal St Ives Hall

2 children

Incumbent daughter of the preceding














Consorts

A Royal Consort is the spouse of a ruling King or Queen. Consorts of monarchs in the Kingdom of Apollo are a member of HM The Royal Council and an Ambassador of State. Since 1910 Apollo has had three consorts. All consorts are entitle to the title of King/Queen Consort. However they may feel to use a different title, for example Ann I's consort is known as Louis, The Duke of Luna instead of King Louis.

House of Lynn: renamed House of Mulberry

Arms Name Father Birth Marriage Became Consort Coronation Ceased to be Consort Death Spouse
- Princess Rose of Lanock

Leopold, Prince Consort of Lanock

(Lanock)

13 April 1885 10 March 1910 10 March 1910 -

12 October 1970

Upon death

12 October 1970 Reginald I
- Princess Mary of Neptune

King Clem I of Neptune


(Juno)

22 June 1930 20 August 1954 16 August 1978 1 September 1978

18 May 1993 husband's death

10 December 2000 Edward I
- Louis, Duke of Luna

Maximilian, Duke of Luna


(Luna)

5 June 1955 1 April 1981 18 May 1993 1 June 1993 current Consort current Consort Ann I












Heir Apparents

List of Apollian Heirs Apparent

House of Lynn: renamed House of Mulberry

Since 1930 to 2010

Arms Name Birth Parents Marriage Became Heir Apparent Ceased to be Heir Apparent Death
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Prince Edward of Apollo


(later Edward I)

1 January 1930

Reginald I

&

Rose of Lanock

Princess Mary of Neptune


20 August 1954

1 January 1930

16 August 1978 ascended to the Throne

18 May 1993
-

Princess Ann of Lynn

(later Ann I)

1 November 1956

Prince Edward, Duke of Lynn

&


Princess Mary, Duchess of Lynn

Louis, Duke of Luna


1 April 1981

16 August 1978

18 May 1993

ascended to the Throne

-
- Prince Paul of Apollo 15 March 1983

Princess Ann, Duchess of Luna 

&

Louis, Duke of Luna

- 18 May 1993 Current Heir Apparent -
















Records

Records of the Apollian Monarchy.

Reign

The longest reign of an Apollian monarch is the 78 years of Reginald I between 1900 to 1978. The second longest is currently Ann I 17 years between 1993 to 2010. The third is Edward I, he reigned for 15 years between 1978 to 1993.

Longevity

The longest-lived Apollian monarch was Reginald I (1880 - 1978), who died at the age of 98 years old. The second was Edward I (1930 - 1993), who died at the age of 63 years old.

The longest-lived Apollian consort was Rose of Lanock (1985 - 1970), who died at the age of 85 years old. The second was Mary (1930 - 2000), who died at the age of 70 years old.

The longest tenure of the heir apparent was Prince Edward, who was the heir apparent for 48 years from 1930 to 1978. Currently the second longest is Prince Paul, who has been the heir apparent for 17 years from 1993 to 2010. The third longest was Princess Ann, who was the heir apparent for 15 years from 1978 to 1993.

Age of Accession

The youngest monarch to begin their reign was Reginald I at the age of 20 years old. The second youngest is Ann I who became the monarch at 37 years old. The third is Edward I, he was 48 years old.

The youngest consort to begin their tenure was Rose of Lanock at the age of 25 years old. The second youngest is Louis, Duke of Luna at the age of 38 years old. The third is Mary at the age of 48 years old.

The youngest heir apparent was Prince Edward, he was born as the heir apparent. The second youngest is Prince Paul who became the heir apparent at the age of 10 years old. The thrid is Princess Ann at the age of 22 years old.