Jackson I of Kapreburg
|GLS GKE OFP OCW
|King of Kapreburg
|17 May 2019 – present
|March 15, 2007
Palos Heights, Illinois
|House of Morris-Peterson (official)
House of Walker (agnatic)
|Irish-American, Swedish-American, Scottish-American, German-American
|Years of service
| Kapresh Royal Army
Kapresh Royal Navy
|General of the Army
Admiral of the Fleet
|Royal Kenton Rifles
Jackson I (born Jack Ryan Morris, 15 March 2007) is the founder and King of the Empire of Kapreburg. He founded his first micronation some time around 2012 or 2013. He founded Kapreburg in 2018, and served as President of Kapreburg until 17 May 2019, when he was elevated to Tsar by Congress. On 17 May 2020 his title changed to King.
He has been heavily involved in other micronations. In Baustralia he is a rear admiral in His Royal Navy, and was formerly the Deputy Prime Minister. He is also a member of the nobility in Baustralia, bearing the title Viscount of Englewood. In Paloma, he serves as the Vice President, and is also a member of the Supreme Paloman, representing Tejabasco. He also serves in the Paloman People's Army Ground Force. In Ikonia he bears the title Duke of Crystal, serves in His Majesty's Navy, and was formerly the Chief of Police of Ikonia.
Jackson I was born on 15 March 2007 in Palos Heights, Illinois. He is currently in high school and will graduate in 2025. His biggest interests are music, theater, micronationalism, and religion, but he is also somewhat interested in history, philosophy, and sports. He follows the NFL, being a fan of the Chicago Bears. He also has an interest in Freemasonry, and plans to petition to his local lodge once he is old enough. In school he is a member of the drama club.
Jackson's biggest passion is music, listening to, playing, and composing. He currently plays percussion in his high school's band, and is also a side drummer in the Stockyard Kilty Band. In school he also takes part in annual spring musical, and he sings in his church choir. At home he plays guitar, fife, and alto saxophone. He mainly plays folk music, march music, and jazz, and has also expressed an interest in learning the Great Highland Bagpipes. He writes music of many different genres, and two notable songs of his are Kapreburg Wins Again and Wegs on the Wall.
Jackson was raised in a Roman Catholic household, and was baptized into the church when he was a few months old. Jackson is a professed Christian, but does not belong to any particular church or denomination. He has stated that his personal beliefs reflect that of the Lutheran tradition, particularly the Evangelical Catholic sect of Lutheranism. He formerly attended a Lutheran church which was under the ELCA, and even planned to be confirmed in the church, but left because he found the theology too progressive. Currently he attends Catholic mass with his father every Sunday, and sings in the church choir. Because of his Lutheran beliefs, he does not plan to join the Catholic church, and does not take communion during mass.
Jackson first found an interest in politics during the 2016 United States presidential election, and began somewhat seriously researching politics during 2019, identifying himself as a republican. Around early 2021 he fell out of the mainstream political community, stating it was toxic, but he still enjoys studying politics, specifically the philosophical aspect of it. He identifies as a center libertarian, emphasizing individual liberties, but is a centrist on the economic axis, stating that both socialism and capitalism are broken systems, and views the current situation in the United States, financially, as proof that capitalism will eventually crumble.
Jackson has always had an interest in drama, but never acted until his school was putting on Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. He was casted as a member of the ensemble, until the original actor for Reuben dropped his role. Jackson was given the role instead. He also designed the program for this show. The next production his school put on was And Then There Were None, and after trying out, he didn't make the cast. As the previous costume manager for the drama department had graduated, Jackson was taken on board as costume manager for the play. After the original actor for William Blore dropped his role, Jackson was given the role. He was inducted into the International Thespian Society in December 2023 with 29 points after And Then There Were None.
|Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
|Originally casted in the ensemble, recasted to Reuben after original actor dropped out.
|High School Drama
|And Then There Were None
|Costume manager for the play.
Titles, styles, honours, and arms
Titles and styles
- 17 May 2019 – present
- His Majesty Jackson I, King of Kapreburg
Standards and arms
|Admiral of the Fleet
|General of the Army
|Kapresh North America Police
|His Majesty's Navy
|His Royal Navy
|Paloman People's Army Ground Force
|Royal Revalian Navy
|Ranks in bold denote service ranks, rather than ceremonial ranks
These are the ceremonial dress uniforms worn by Jackson I.
Kapresh Royal Army
General of the Army
His Majesty's Navy
His Royal Navy
PPA Ground Force
|Ancestors of Jackson I
In Baustralia, Jackson is ranked as a Rear admiral in His Royal Navy, and held the appointments of Bravo (Music) company warrant officer and drum major of HMS Promise (S5), Warrant Officer of the Band of His Royal Navy, and Administrator of the Forces. He ranks a Commander in the Most Excellent Order of the Baustralian Empire, and recipient of the King's Service Medal, to name a few. He is also the Baustralian Ambassador to the Free Socialist State of Paloma. Additionally, he was the Gadus Principal King of Arms, and was responsible for genealogical, heraldic, and non-maritime vexillological matters.
Jack's full title is His Excellency the Right Honourable Rear admiral Jack Ryan Morris, 1st Viscount of Englewood, in the County of Bouland, in the Colony of Wangatangia, Comander of the Most Excellent Order of the Baustralian Empire, Officer of the Order of the Kingdom of Baustralia, Commander of the Order of Saint George, Member of the Sovereign Order of Saint Chad, Baustralian Medal of Advancement in Arts, King's Service Medal, Kapresh Star, Midlothian Star, His Royal Navy, 4th Gadus Principal King of Arms, Ambassador to the Free Socialist State of Paloma, Bravo Company Warrant Officer and Drum Major, HMS Promise (S5), Warrant Officer of the Band of His Royal Navy.
He holds a coat of arms in Baustralia, and is blazoned as the following:
|For an escutcheon, per fess, Sable and Or, in chief a sword fesswise Argent hilted of the second, in base a bison statant Proper,
|for a crest, on a wreath of the colours Or and Sable, a lion passant guardant bearing a flag of the Free Socialist State of Paloma (Ambassador to Paloma), II: On a wreath of the colours Or and Sable, a bald eagle regardant wings displayed and inverted Proper (Personal crest),
|for a coronet, the coronet of a viscount,
|for helms, two noble helms mantled Or doubled Sable,
|for supporters, dexter, a lion rampant regardant Or, langued and armed Gules, sinister, an angel stantant Proper,
|for a compartment, a grassy mound vert with tulips Proper,
|for a motto: over there, and
|for orders, the circlet of the Excellent Order of the Baustralian Empire, and the medal of an officer in the Order of the Kingdom of Baustralia.
Jackson serves as the Duke of Crystal and Chief of Police in Ikonia.
Sometime in 2017 he founded the Protzkyan World Republic and in 2018 he founded Kapreburg.
Jackson is very knowledgable in the study of heraldry, which he designs a lot. He has designed the vast majority of heraldry, vexillology and sigillography in Kapreburg and has also created ribbons for other micronations.
Jackson I of KapreburgBorn: 15 March 2007
| King of Kapreburg
(Styled Tsar from 17 May 2019 to 17 May 2020)
17 May 2019 - present
| King of Tarcallia
28 January 2021 - 8 April 2021
| King of Wiskoda
13 March 2021 - 2 August 2021
| King of Kapresh South Africa
1 December 2020 - 28 January 2021
| King of Herbstland
11 February 2021 - 14 March 2021
| Duke of Crystal in Ikonia
26 February 2019 - present
| Viscount of Englewood in Wangatangia
10 February 2021 - present