House of Caravaggio

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Country Baustralia, and her empire
EthnicityEnglish, Italian
Place of origin Italy
Current headJohn I

The House of Caravaggio is the current reigning house of the Kingdom of Baustralia. It consists of John I, Katelynn of Wabasso, and their paternal ancestors.

Male line descent of John, 1st Duke of Kingston

The family tree is based on the current line of succession to the Baustralian throne, as seen from one generation above.

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John, Duke of Kingston
(b. 1970)
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Susan, Duchess of Kingston
(b. 1970)
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King John I
(b. 2003)
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Katelynn, Princess of Wabasso
(b. 2005)


Wedding Year Combined coat of arms Combined cyphers
Prince John and Susan Garsnell 2003 Combined Coat of Arms of John and Susan, the Prince and Princess of Kingston.svg Dual cypher of Susan and John of Kingston.svg

Military ranks

Service Information
Name of Royal Branch of Service Rank whilst active Years of Service Current rank worn War time service Unit Military Training and Qualifications Medals Appointments and Other Roles
John I HRN Admiral of the Fleet 2017 – Admiral of the Fleet, Field Marshal, Marshal of the HRAF Baustralian War None Royal Canadian Sea Cadets Baustralian War Victory Medal with two clasps
League of Nations Medals for Mandatory York and Fox Islands
Commander-in-Chief, Lord High Admiral
John, Prince of Kingston His Royal Air Force Air commodore 2018 – Commodore, Brigadier general, Air commodore Baustralian War King's Grenadiers None None None
Susan, Princess of Kingston Baustralian Army Lance corporal 2019 – Lance corporal None 1 Field Ambulance None None None
Katelynn, Princess of Wabasso HRN Surgeon vice admiral 2018 – Surgeon vice admiral Baustralian War Baustralian Medical Branch None None
  • Surgeon general (2018-2020)
  • Second Sea Lord and Deputy Chief of the Naval Staff (2019-)