John I

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John I
John I of Baustralia in Church Dress, November 2018 CROP.JPG
John I in Church Dress, Holderton County, 4 November 2018
King of Baustralia, and the Dominions, Emperor of Ostreum
Reign 20 June 2017 -
Tenurea 20 June 2017
Heads of Government See list
Full name
Jacob Patrick
House Caravaggio
Father John the King Father
Mother Susan the King Mother
Born 7 June 2003 (2003-06-07) (age 15)
Toronto, CAN
Military service
Allegiance  Baustralia
Service/branch  His Royal Navy
Rank Baustralia-Navy-O10-infobox.svg Admiral of the Fleet
Service number 34883
Commands held Baustralian Armed Forces
Battles/wars Baustralian Conquest

John I (formerly Jacob I; Jacob Patrick; born 7 June 2003) is the King of Baustralia, the Dominions, Emperor of Ostreum. Before his reign in Edstmae, he was the Prince Jacob Patrick of Cumberland.

John was born in Toronto as the first child of HRH the King Mother, and HRH the King Father, 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 Petty officer, 2nd class, and serves without pay as an Admiral of the Fleet in His Royal Navy.

He is King of Baustralia, and Wangatangia, aswell as Emperor of Tentacion. He also had a short reign during the Baustralian Occupation of Edstmae. He founded the Houses of Caravaggio, and Timpson, the Kingdom, and the Empire of Baustralia.

Early life

John, born at Sunnybrook Hospital in Toronto on 7 June 2003, was the eldest child of John Caravaggio, and Susan Garsnell (later, THR the King Parents). Two years later, she bore Katelynn, the queen of Edstmae.

Though John grew up with his mother being Catholic, and his father Protestant, is Anglican, and was baptized 22 April 2018.

Personal life

Life in Baustralia

Military career

John serves as an Admiral of the Fleet, and ceremonially holds the equivalent ranks the other forces.

He is the titular head of the navy as Lord High Admiral, the titular head of the army as Lord Marshal, the titular head of the air force as Lord Air Marshal, and Commander-in-Chief of the Baustralian Armed Forces as a whole.

Foreign life

Cadet career

Medal wall of John I, Concord Palace, 20 June 2018.

John, outside of his reign, is a Sea Cadet in Canada, and is the Divisional Petty Officer (equivalent to a flight sergeant or a platoon sergeant) of Ottawa Division. He ranks a Petty officer, 2nd class (OR-6). He has received 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.

John I saluting a RCAF Lieutenant-Colonel, while receiving the certificate for the CANSail1, in the presence of two Lieutenants (Navy), and a Chief Petty Officer, Second Class.

He has received the qualifications for CANSail1, and Standard First Aid and CPR C. He also received the cadet levels of Distinguished Marksman, and Bronze 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.

Reign

His reign (the Jacobean era in Baustralian history) saw the constitution, bill of rights, and justice act being passed, though is set to be replaced by the end of 2016. His reign also saw the Baustralian Conquest, which doubled the land of Baustralia, and also made himself two dominions, one which used to be Baustralian land.

Prime ministers, and other heads of government

 Baustralia
The Duke of Cascadia, Prime Minister
2 July 2017 –
 Edstmae
The Princess of Wabasso, Governor
31 May 2018 –
 Fox Islands
The Baron Davidson, Governor General
1 November 2018 –
 Ostreum
The Viscount Parker, Viceroy
14 April 2018 –
 Wangatangia
The Viscount Mayjames, Prime Minister
20 November 2017

Titles, styles, honours and arms

Titles, and styles

Standards and arms

Royal coat of arms of Baustralia.svg
Royal Arms of Tentacion.svg
Royal Arms of Wangatangia.svg
Royal Arms of Edstmae.svg
Royal Arms of Fox Islands.svg
Coat of arms as King of Baustralia
Coat of arms as Emperor of Ostreum
Coat of arms as King of Wangatangia
Coat of arms as King of Edstmae
Coat of arms as King of the Fox Islands

Service ribbons, orders, and decorations

Baustralian Honours System

Naval Air Arm Insignia.svgStar of the Most Noble Order of the Gadus.svgStar of the Order of the Baustralian Empire.svgStar of the Most Excellent Order of the Oyster.svg
Medals worn by John I, December 2018.svg

Ribbon bar of the Royal Family Order of King John I.svg  Baustralia: Sovereign of the Royal Family Order of John I Ribbon bar of a knight-lady of the gadus.svg  Baustralia: Sovereign of the Order of the Gadus OBauE.svg  Baustralia: Sovereign of the Order of the Baustralian Empire Ribbon bar of the Baustralian Order of Merit.svg  Baustralia: Sovereign of the Order of Merit OCB.svg  Baustralia: Sovereign of the Order of the Commonwealth of Baustralia
SKB.svg  Baustralia: Sovereign of the Order of the Kingdom of Baustralia Ribbon bar of a Knight of the Oyster.svg  Ostreum: Sovereign of the Order of the Oyster OO.svg  Ostreum: Sovereign of the Order of Ostreum OW.svg  Wangatangia: Sovereign of the Order of Wangatangia OT.svg  Tentacion: Sovereign of the Order of Tentacion
OE.svg  Edstmae: Sovereign of the Order of Edstmae Ribbon bar of the provices, 11*.svg  Baustralia: Sovereign of the Provinces (11 provinces, including defunct) Ribbon bar of the John Cross.svg  Baustralia: Sovereign of the John Cross Ribbon bar of the Medal of Merit.svg  Baustralia: Sovereign of the Medal of Merit BTA**.svg  Baustralia: Baustralian Medal of Advancement - Computing, and technology
Ribbon bar of the Military Medal of Merit.svg  Baustralia: Sovereign of the Military Medal of Merit Ribbon bar of the King's Service Medal.svg  Baustralia: King's Service Medal BD.svg  Baustralia: Baustralian Forces Decoration Baustralian War Victory Medal.svg  Baustralia: Baustralian War Victory Medal with Baustralian Conquest clasp

Military Ranks

Ostreum Ostreum-Navy-CIC-infobox.svg Commander in Chief His Imperial Navy
Ostreum-Army-CIC-infobox.svg Commander in Chief His Imperial Army
Ostreum-Navy-Air-Force-infobox.svg Commander in Chief His Imperial Air Force
Baustralia Baustralia-Navy-O10-infobox.svg Admiral of the Fleet His Royal Navy
Baustralia-Marines-O10-infobox.svg Captain General His Royal Marines
Baustralia-Army-O10-infobox.svg Field Marshal Baustralian Army
Baustralia-Air-Force-O10-infobox.svg Marshal of His Royal Air Force His Royal Air Force
Ikonia IKON Navy OF-10 (infobox).svg Admiral of the Fleet His Majesty's Navy
Catholique Socialist Republic CSR-Navy-OF10 (infobox).svg Admiral Naval Service of the CSR
Canada Canada-RCSC-OR6-infobox.svg Petty officer, 2nd class CADET Royal Canadian Sea Cadets
Ranks in bold denote service ranks, rather than ceremonial ranks

Attire

Ancestry

Notes

  1. Rank not renamed to Marshal of the Air Command.


John I
Born: 7 June 2003
Regnal Titles
Preceded by
Katelynn
King of Edstmae
10 Feburary 2018 - 9 March 2018
31 May - present
Succeeded by
Katelynn
as Queen of Edstmae
(crown moved, land given to Baustralia)
Preceded by
Katelynn
Incumbent
Heir presumptive
Duke of Cascadia
New title King of Baustralia
20 June, 2017 – present
New title
Independence from Baustralia
King/Emperor of Tentacion
31 July, 2017 – present
New title King of Wangatangia
December, 2017 - present
Military offices
New title Commander in Chief of the Baustralian Armed Forces
2 July, 2017 - present
Incumbent
Heir presumptive
Duke of Cascadia
Recreated
Title last held by
Duke of Cascadia
Lord High Admiral
12 March 2018 - present
Incumbent
Heraldic offices
New title King of Arms
2018-
Incumbent
Order of precedence
First Orders of precedence of the Baustralian Empire Succeeded by
Katelynn