John I of Baustralia
King John I at Wabasso House in 2021
|King of Baustralia|
|Reign||20 June 2017 -|
|Heir presumptive||John, Prince of Kingston|
|Prime Ministers[a]||Sir John Timpson|
Sir Nick Sullivan
|Emperor of Ostreum|
|Reign||14 April 2018 - 28 December 2020|
|King Emeritus of Kapreburg|
|Reign||24 July 2019 -|
|King Regent||Jackson I|
|Emperor of Ovrestlia|
|Reign||21 April 2020 - 23 April 2020|
|Predecessor||Thomas Marios I|
|Born||Jacob Patrick Caravaggio|
7 June 2003
|Father||Prince John, Duke of Kingston|
|Mother||Susan, Duchess of Kingston|
|Service/||His Royal Navy|
|Rank||Admiral of the Fleet|
|Commands held||Baustralian Armed Forces|
John I (Jacob Patrick, born 7 June 2003) is King of Baustralia and of the colonies of the Baustralian Empire since 20 June 2017. He was also the Prince of Cumberland from 4 November 2017 until 10 February 2018 and once again from 9 March 2018 to 31 May 2018, when the Kingdom of Edstmae was dissolved. He also held the title of Emperor of Ostreum until December 2020. He is a peer in his own right in Vishwamitra as Baron Caravaggio. In certain micronations requiring the use of a full civilian name, John Caravaggio the Third is used in reference to his regnal name.
He also holds the title of King Emeritus of Kapreburg from 24 July 2019 after giving up the Dominion of Kapreburg, and the title of Crown Prince of Sayville in the Kingdom of Sayville. He held the title of Emperor of Ovrestlia from 21 April 2020 to 23 April 2020, co-reigning with Aggelos I and Alcibiades I, as well as Duke of Brighton in Ikonia.
Formerly King Jacob I, he was born in Toronto as the first child of Their Royal Highnesses the Duke of Kingston, and is being educated in the Ontario public school system. He is currently a cadet in the Royal Canadian Sea Cadets with the rank of Chief petty officer, 1st class, and serves without pay as an Admiral of the Fleet in His Royal Navy.
John was born at Sunnybrook Hospital, in Toronto, Ontario, on 7 June 2003. He is the eldest son of the Duke of Kingston and Susan Garsnell. He weighed 1 pound 11 ounces (0.77 kg), and spent a half of a year in the neonatal intensive care unit. Two years later, his sister, the Duchess of Concord was born.
Though John grew up with his family being Catholic, he is an Anglican. He was baptized on 22 April 2018, and confirmed on 20 January 2019 by the Right Reverend Charles Masters, alongside Sir John Timpson, and the Lady Smith.
He formerly lived at Concord Palace working as a customer service employee at a supermarket before moving to Wabasso. He took work for six months as a machine operator at a local firearm factory.
Fond of animals, John grew up with multiple cats, the most recent being George, who died on 21 January 2022. He enjoyed the company of Bailey, a Havenese dog and mascot of His Royal Navy, age 15, prior to his move. Stella, the second fancy rat he's owned, died around 6:00pm EST on 4 July 2020. He now lives at Wabasso House, connected with Towerhill Farms, a cattle farm in Wabasso with Cisco, the mascot of the Baustralian Medical Branch and a german shepard of 12 years.
A fan of country music, John plays acoustic guitar. Inspired by the likes of Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, and Buck Owens, he started playing guitar at age six. At age fourteen, he drastically improved his skills as a guitar player, playing a worship song on Christmas for his church.
Also a fan of classic rock, exposed to by his father, he enjoys the music of Led Zeppelin, AC/DC, and Van Halen. In terms of Christian music, while still liking the contemporary variety, he prefers traditional music such as gospel and hymns. For a point in his childhood, he experimented with a drumset, but never pursued this.
John serves as an Admiral of the Fleet, and ceremonially holds the equivalent ranks within the other forces. He is the titular head of the navy as Lord High Admiral, and Commander-in-Chief of the Baustralian Armed Forces as a whole.
John, outside of his reign, is a Sea Cadet in Canada, holding the rank of Chief petty officer cadet, 1st class and the appointment of Coxswain. He previously held the appointments of master-at-arms, deputy coxswain, stores man, divisional petty officer, and boatswain's mate.
He has received the award for Best Junior Cadet at the Annual Ceremonial Review, two months after joining late. The next year, he won the Best Junior NCO award, as well as the Best Personal Drill award.
He has received the qualifications for CANSail1, and Standard First Aid and CPR C. He also received the cadet levels of Distinguished Marksman, and Excellence Fitness incentive. In July 2017, John attended the Basic Drill and Ceremonial course and in July 2018, he attended the Drill and Ceremonial Instructor course.
In addition to holding the cadet rank, he also is a Master Artisan of the Gradonian Armed Forces and a Major in the Gradonian Foreign Legion. He held the ranks of Captain-general of the Quebec Marines, Marshal of His Royal Air Force, a Captain general of His Royal Marines, a Captain in Their Royal Navy of Rmhoania, and a Vice admiral in His Majesty's Navy.
On 25 November 2019, he was appointed Commander of the Imperial Navy North American Command, and in December 2019, John I accepted an honourary commission as Admiral within the Molossian Navy after completing studies at Spyglass Hill.
His reign (the Jacobean era in Baustralian history) saw the Bill of Rights, Constitution and Justice Act (1 John 1 c. 1) being passed, which was repealed by the Repeal Act (2 John 1 c. 1) and replaced by the Constitution Act (c. 2). His reign also saw the Baustralian Conquest, which doubled the land of Baustralia, and also made himself four dominions, one of which used to be Baustralian land.
It also saw the 2019 Kapresh constitutional crisis where the vice president of Kapreburg, deputizing for the absent president in an attempt to cause Baustralia to fail, gave the Crown the Republic of Kapreburg. This was unconstitutional under the Kapresh constitution which made this an illegal annexation, starting a war with the government of the Republic of Kapreburg. The land was set to be returned after Parliament passed the Kapreburg Act (2 John 1 c. 13), and was returned officially on 24 April 2019.
Described by John as the most eventful year yet, his reign in 2020 saw the COVID-19 pandemic, the Baustralian Civil War, and the official end to the Baustralian War. Prior to the 2020 Baustralia general election, he saw the announcement of long-time friend and 1st Prime Minister, Sir John Timpson, that he will not be running for a fourth term as Prime Minister, before being defeated by one vote in the 2020 Conservative leadership election by Sir Nick Sullivan set about by Aidan McGrath, later declared a persona non-grata.
King John I has not yet been coronated, and the coronation was planned to take place by July 2020. This was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic and is postponed until further notice. It has been speculated that the coronation will take place by July 2022. John I has granted assent to 221 Acts of Parliament, and is on his 5th year of reign.
Titles, styles, honours and arms
Titles, and styles
Standards and arms
|Ribbon bars worn by John I|
John used to be a Stranger Knight of the Order of the Diaconus, but due to many land claim disputes lost and regain the order. On 15 January 2019, the King of Ikonia was made aware that John believed that Ikonia's colony, Astrax unfairly claimed Fox Islands land, this dispute leads to John annexing all of Fox Islands, which resulted in him ultimately losing the Order. Almost two months later, on 2 March 2019, he was reinstated. On 4 April 2019, the news of the foundation of the Dominion of Kapreburg caused the King of Ikonia to revoke the Diaconus of John I once again.
|Baustralia||Admiral of the Fleet, 34883||His Royal Navy|
|Field Marshal||Baustralian Army|
|Marshal of His Royal Air Force||His Royal Air Force|
|Canada||Chief petty officer CADET, 1st class||Royal Canadian Sea Cadets|
|Gradonia||Master Artisan||Gradonian Marines|
|Master Artisan||Gradonian Rangers|
|Paloma||Admiral||Paloman People's Army Navy|
|Ranks in bold denote service ranks, rather than ceremonial ranks|
These are the ceremonial dress uniforms worn by John I.
Royal Canadian Sea Cadets
Chief petty officer, 1st class
|Ancestors of John I of Baustralia|
- Prime Ministers of Baustralia, for a list, see List of Prime Ministers of John I.
- Hankery Jenkinson, 1st Baron Jenkinson of Worthing. "Farewell to Stella". Baustralian News Network. Retrieved 20 November 2020.
- "His Majesty Admiral of the Fleet King John I". Baustralian Armed Forces. Retrieved 20 November 2020.
- "Naval Academy Graduates". Molossian Naval Academy. Retrieved 21 November 2020.
ADMIRAL JOHN I King of Baustralia
- Hankery Jenkinson, 1st Baron Jenkinson of Worthing. "King returns to Concord; Coronation postponed". Baustralian News Network. Retrieved 17 November 2020.
John IBorn: 7 June 2003
|New title||King of Baustralia, and of the Baustralian Realms
20 June 2017 – present
John, Duke of Kingston
|Emperor of Ostreum
14 April 2018 - 28 December 2020
Deimperialization of Ostreum
|King of Kapreburg
2 April 2019 - 24 April 2019
Title next held byJackson I
|New title||Commander in Chief of the Baustralian Armed Forces
2 July 2017 - present
John, Duke of Kingston
Title last held bySir John Timpson
|Lord High Admiral
12 March 2018 - present
|New title||Chief of the Naval Operations
of the Naval Service of the Quebec Republic
24 January 2019 - 10 April 2019
|New title||Chief of the Naval Staff
26 July 2019 - present
|Chief of the General Staff|
26 July 2019 - present
|Chief of the Air Staff|
of the Kapreburg
26 July 2019 - present
Vice Admiral Sir Nick F.
|Commander of the Imperial Navy North American Command||Imperial Navy dissolved by Act of Parliament|
|New title||King of Arms
10 March 2018 - 14 December 2018
Duke of Northumbria
|New title||Marshal of the League of Nations
19 December 2018 - present
|Order of precedence|
|First||Orders of precedence of the Baustralian Empire||Succeeded by|