North Kirkland

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United Kingdom of Arlington and North Kirkland

October, 2011–December, 2011

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Motto
Unity under the Emperor
Anthem
Hail to Thee in Victor's Crown
(in English replacing "Wilhelm" with "Brayden")
Near Independence, Missouri, United States
Capital city Arlington
Largest city Arlington
Official language(s) English
Official religion(s) Christian: Lutheran
Demonym Kirkish
Government Duchy
- Emperor of Kirkland Brayden I
(abdicated but still officially Emperor)
- Chairman of the Council of Nobles Mark II
- Grand Duke Dakoda George
Legislature Council of Nobles
Established 18th October, 2011
Area claimed unknown
Currency Kirkish Pound "₤"
Time zone (UTC-6)
National animal Golden Eagle
Patron saint St. Michael

www.kirkland.gov
Official Forum

The United Kingdom of Arlington and North Kirkland (unofficially North Kirkland) was the fourth province in Kirkland. It is large with 30 acres of land in between Kansas City, Missouri and Saint Joseph, Missouri. On September 26th, 2011, the Grand Duke of Arlington His Grace, Dakoda George who ruled Georgeton thought it was quickly becoming inactive. He intered negoations to have Georgeton land merged into Arlington on September 27th 2011 and on September 28th 2011 all Georgish lands became part of Most Glorious and Holy Empire of Kirkland and Dakoda George became the Duke of the Duchy of Georgeton. It is part of Georgeton due to the similarities in leadership. After the signing of the Treaty of Dover, Georgeton became part of the former Empire-Republic of Freedomia, along with Arlington, ending the sovereignty of North Kirkland.

Despite this, many aspects of North Kirkland still remain as it is part of Freedomia, a partially aristocratic nation. The subdivisions of North Kirkland remain intact, and it continues to thrive even today.

Subdivisions

  • Grand Duchy of Arlington - His Grace Dakoda George, Grand Duke of Arlington
    • Duchy of Williams - His Grace Mark II, The Duke Williams
      • Viscounty of Rodcliff- His Lordship Dakoda George, Viscount of Rodcliff
    • Duchy of Georgeton - His Grace Dakoda George, Duke of Georgeton
      • Earldom of Bonchurch - His Lordship Mark II, Earl of Bonchurch
        • Barony of McQueen - The Honorable Jeffery McQueen, Baron McQueen