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Michael Annan II
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In office
November 3, 2061 – November 23, 2064
Preceded by Michael
Succeeded by Richard

Born January 24, 2024(2024-01-24)
Endor Cuidad, J Andres
Died November 24, 2064(2064-11-24) (aged 40)
Danbury, J Andres
Royal House House of Annan
Religion Shinto

Michael Annan II, or Earl Michael was the second Earl of Danbury, and a great-grandson of Adrik Annan. Michael's foray into the public eye was short lived. He became the Earl of Danbury after the assassination of his father, Michael and his sister Ho-chi. They were assassinated in Danbury in 2061 by the Knights of Cromwell.

Once Michael was granted the title of Earl of Danbury, he spoke out against the type of political violence that had killed his family. Unfortunately, he would fall victim to the same violence in the same city. Michael was assassinated by members of the Knights of Cromwell in November 2064, shortly after the reformation of Vinsalia.

AncestryEdit

PatrilinealityEdit

Patrilineality, descent as reckoned from father to son, has historically been the principle determining membership in reigning families. By the paternal line, Michael belongs to the House of Annan.

House of Annan
  1. Kofi Annan of Kensington Mews
  2. Adrik, Duke of Rossingol
  3. Gafar, Duke of Rossingol
  4. Michael, Earl of Danbury
  5. Michael, Earl of Danbury

Royal HouseEdit

In J Andres, the descendants of a non-royal male are not required to take the name of his house as decreed by Queen Stephanie in 2052. In this manner, all royals should be able to trace their ancestry to Josef I or one of heads of the Dukedoms of bestowed peerage. As such, by Royal Lineage, Michael belongs to the House of Annan.

House of Annan
  1. Kofi Annan of Kensington Mews
  2. Adrik, Duke of Rossingol
  3. Gafar, Duke of Rossingol
  4. Michael, Earl of Danbury
  5. Michael, Earl of Danbury

TitlesEdit

  • January 24, 2024 - July 1, 2055 - Lord Michael of Rossingol
  • July 1, 2055 - November 3, 2061 - Lord Michael of Danbury
  • November 3, 2061 - November 24, 2064 - The Honorable Michael, Earl of Danbury
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