House of Bayliss
|Country||Kingdom of Lytera|
|Titles||King of Lytera|
|Current head||Lord Jeffrey|
|Founding||5th Century (estimated earliest date)|
The House of Bayliss is one of the Royal Houses of Lytera. Unlike the House of Banks and House of Reynolds it's size is on the decline. The current head of the Lyteran branch of the House is Lord Jeffrey.
Members & History
The early history of the house is unknown, however, the house in modern times originated in Wales. The surname Bayliss was first found in Glamorganshire (Welsh: Sir Forgannwg), a region of South Wales, anciently part of the Welsh kingdom of Glywysing, where they held a family seat from very ancient times, long before the Norman Conquest in 1066, making it potentially the oldest house in Lytera.
The Lyteran Branch of the House of Banks is considered to start with His Holiness Albert, and proceeds as follows:
- His Holiness Albert. (c. 1920 - c. 1950) m. HR Marion (1919 - 2017)
- Duchess Helen (b. 1946) m. Duke Robert (b. 1946)
- Lord Jeffrey (b. 1947) m. Lady Bernie (b. 1947)
- HRH Princess Siobhan (b. 1988) m. Prince Robert (b. 1988)
From 2010 to 2012, The Lyteran succesion line had the House of Bayliss second, behind the House of Banks. From 2010 to 2017, HR Marion acted as co-ruler alongside Grand Duke Alexander. The House of Bayliss has shrunk considerably over the last few years, and the Lyteran Branch, as of the Royal Wedding in 2019, has no successors, with the house to die off after.