Hankery Jenkinson, 1st Baron Jenkinson of Worthing

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The Right Honourable Admiral of the Fleet
Lord Jenkinson of Worthing
KG OBE
Coat of Arms of Hankery Jenkinson.svg
3rd Gadus King of Arms
In office
3 March 2019 – 17 November 2020
MonarchJohn I
Preceded byDuke of Northumbria
Succeeded byJack Morris
Leader of the Monarchist Party
In office
January 2019 – April 2019
PresidentAidan McGrath
Succeeded byHimself
In office
November 2019 – 18 October 2019
PresidentAidan McGrath
Preceded byHimself
Succeeded byParty dissolved
Prime Minister of the United People's Federation of Quebec
In office
11 July 2019 – 18 October 2019
PresidentAidan McGrath
Vice President
Succeeded byWilliam Wilson
Premier of the Fitihanua Socialist Republic
In office
11 July 2019 – 18 October 2019
PresidentAidan McGrath
Vice President
  • Dylan Sweet
  • Jack Morris
Personal details
Born28 March 2002 (2002-03-28) (age 19)
Worthing, Sussex, England
Military career
Allegiance Baustralia
Service/branch His Royal Navy
RankBaustralia HRN OF-10 (infobox).svg Admiral of the Fleet (honorary, held a commission as Commodore)
Service number62353

The Right Honourable Admiral of the Fleet Hankery Bloggins Jenkinson, 1st Baron Jenkinson of Worthing KG OBE (born 28 March 2002) is a Baustralian journalist, was a Baustralian naval officer, the 3rd Gadus King of Arms and a Quebecois politician. He served as a Captain, however commissioned as Commodore, in His Royal Navy. He retired and was given the honourary rank of Admiral of the Fleet. He served as an Admiralissimo and as the Prime Minister in Quebec. Born in England, he now resides in Holderton County, Holderton, Baustralia. In addition to this, he ran for Prime Minister in Kapreburg although losing.

He was the leader of the Monarchist Party before the party was shut down by the state as part of the Monarchist Party scandal. He is also being suspected by the Republic of Quebec as an alias of King John I, although the Baustralian crown has denied this.

Although a citizen of the People's Federation of Quebec, he has denounced it after his request for a renunciation was denied. His citizenship was nullified after the dissolution of Quebec.

Early life

Born in 2002 to naval officer Benjamin and Eva Jenkinson, he was named Hankery as a misspelling of Hankey by the nurse, similar to the Garsnell family. As his father was in the navy, he was given the middle name Bloggins from naval manuals and training films.[1] Living in Worthing, the Lord Jenkinson moved to Canada in 2006, and resided in Bath until November 2018. He has no siblings.

Military career

Appointed to captain in the Naval Air Arm, he was trained in drill and ceremonial by Admiral of the Fleet John I alongside Admiral John Timpson. Later, he switched along with the King into the volunteer reserve. After displaying leadership, he was given command of the reserves and promoted to Commodore.[2]

In July 2019, Jenkinson was approached by the President of the People's Federation of Quebec (UPQ), Aidan McGrath, to become the Prime Minister of the UPQ. Serving as such, he was also made Premier of the Fitihanua Socialist Republic which was made up of land ceded from the Ostrei crown through an Act of Baustralian Parliament. However, after McGrath called war upon Baustralia and the Empire, he handed in a two-week resignation notice, and immediately returned all Quebec orders and uniforms.

Taking up the position of Provost marshal (HRN), Jenkinson was assigned the rank of Captain, but was paid as a Commodore. He resigned on 27 December 2020 and was given the honourary rank of Admiral of the Fleet.

Side-careers

Lord Jenkinson served as the third Gadus King of Arms of Baustralia and is the longest-serving Gadus. He was appointed by His Majesty the King after the resignation of the Duke of Northumbria. His tenure lasted 1 year and 10 months. He was replaced by Jack Morris, the first Gadus to not be a Knight of the Order. Lord Jenkinson also holds a judicial appointment as Supreme Judge of the Baustralian Supreme Court, and Minister of Justice of the Kingdom of New Paloma. He has adjudicated over two court cases and assisted in Baustralia v. Kapreburg of the Court of the Great Lakes Council.

Titles, orders, and arms

Jenkinson was a senior naval officer, and an officer of the Order of the Baustralian Empire.

28 March 2002
Mister Hankery Bloggins Jenkinson
18 April 2018
Captain Sir Hankery Bloggins Jenkinson OBE
3 March 2019
The Right Honourable Captain Hankery Jenkinson, 1st Baron Jenkinson of Worthing OBE
24 April 2019
The Right Honourable Captain Hankery Jenkinson, 1st Baron Jenkinson of Worthing KG OBE
9 May 2019
The Right Honourable Commodore Hankery Jenkinson, 1st Baron Jenkinson of Worthing KG OBE
11 July 2019
People's Federation of Quebec The Honorable Admiralissimo Hankery Jenkinson
31 July 2019
People's Federation of Quebec The Honorable Hankery Jenkinson
2 August 2019
People's Federation of Quebec The Honorable Admiralissimo Hankery Jenkinson
18 October 2019
The Right Honourable Commodore Hankery Jenkinson, 1st Baron Jenkinson of Worthing KG OBE
13 May 2019
The Right Honourable Captain Hankery Jenkinson, 1st Baron Jenkinson of Worthing KG OBE
27 December 2020
The Right Honourable Admiral of the Fleet (Honourary) Hankery Jenkinson, 1st Baron Jenkinson of Worthing KG OBE

References

  1. "Bloggins | Naval Terminology | ReadyAyeReady.com". ReadyAyeReady.com - The Royal Canadian Navy. 1 November 2014. Retrieved 10 May 2019. The catch-all name for the ordinary sailor, used in general conversation, training films and manuals.
  2. "Promotion to Commodore" (PDF) (Letter). Letter to Captain the Lord Jenkinson of Worthing. 8 May 2019. Retrieved 10 May 2019.[dead link]
Military offices
New title Commander His Royal Navy Reserve
9 May 2019 – 13 May 2020
Dissolved
New title Provost marshal (HRN)
3 May 2020 – 27 December 2020
Succeeded by
Captain Oliver Doig
Peerage of Baustralia
New title Baron Jenkinson of Worthing
3 March 2019 –
Incumbent
Heraldic offices
Preceded by
The Duke of Northumbria
as Baustralian King of Arms
Gadus King of Arms
3 March 2019 – 17 November 2020
Succeeded by
Jack Morris
Political offices
New title Leader of the Monarchist Party
January 2019 – April 2019
November 2019 – October 2019
Suspended
Title next held by
Himself
Preceded by
Himself
Suspended
New title Prime Minister of the People's Federation of Quebec
July 2019 – October 2019
Vacant
New title Lord Speaker of the House of Lords
3 March 2019 – 22 September 2019
7 October 2019 –
Succeeded by
Lord Carleton
Preceded by
Lord Carleton
Incumbent
New title Foreign Minister of the Kingdom of New Paloma
22 April 2020 – 10 January 2021
Vacant
Legal offices
New title Supreme Justice of Baustralia
12 January 2018‎ – 27 December 2020
Succeeded by
Sir Charles Burgardt