Duchy of Rathconey

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Duchy_of_Rathconey

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Flag of the Sovereign Grand Duchy of Ráthconey


Background
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Founded On July 31st, 2008
Founded By [Baron Bouget on behalf of the Grand Duke Coney of Ráthconey]
Contact Info
Forum [ Forum]
IRC None
Internal Structure
Leader '"Grand Duke Coney of Ráthconey, Grand Master of the Order of St Abbo of Fleury.
Government Absolute monarchy.
Symbology
Country Symbol SGDR
Motto Audaces fortuna juvat


By order of the Sovereign Grand Duke Coney of Ráthconey, the commands of the past Regent of The Grand Duchy of Rathconey, His Lordship, Baron Bouget, shall remain in force. Including the command that all member Cities are to recognise, and pay due respect to any persons herewith listed as awardees of the Order of Saint Abbo of Fleury created on the day of the 19 of August 2008 a.d. by Lord Bouget in the name of the Duke Coney to honour persons who have assisted the Sovereign Grand Duchy of Ráthconey.

The ranks of the Order, with the homage due to that rank are as follows:

   Member of the Order of Saint Abbo of Fleury 
   - Mr/Mrs (insert name) M.StAbbo 
  
   Knight of the Order of Saint Abbo of Fleury 
   - Sir/Dame (insert name) Kt.StAbbo 
   
   Knight Commander of the Order of Saint Abbo of Fleury 
   - Sir/Dame (insert name) KC.StAbbo 
   
   Knight Grand Cross of the Order of Saint Abbo of Fleury 
   - Sir/Dame (insert name) KGC.StAbbo 
   
   Grand Master of the Order of Saint Abbo of Fleury 
   - Lord (insert name) GM.StAbbo 

The hereditary Grand Master of the Order of Saint Abbo of Fleury is the Sovereign Grand Duke Coney of Ráthconey GM.StAbbo

These details may change from time to time at the direction of the Grand Master.

A brief profile of Saint Abbo of Fleury is below and the names of persons admitted to the order are listed below for the purpose of verification.

Saint Abbo of Fleury (in Latin Abbo Floriacensis), also known as Abbon or Saint Abbo' (c. 945–13 November 1004) was a monk, and later abbot, of the Benedictine monastery of Fleury sur Loire (the modern Saint-Benoit-sur-Loire) near Orléans, France. He was influential in calming the excitement and fear about the end of the world which was widespread in Europe in 1000. In 1004 he attempted to restore discipline in the monastery of La Reole, in Gascony, but the troubles continued. When the two factions in the monastery began openly fighting each other St. Abbo endeavoured to separate them and was pierced in the side by a lance. He concealed the wound and reached his cell, where he died in the arms of his faithful disciple Aimoin, who has left an account of his labours and virtues. The miracles wrought at his tomb soon caused him to be regarded in the Church of Gaul as a saint and martyr,

List of admitted members of the Order of Saint Abbo of Fleury and their rank: (If the person bears a higher rank then that title shall be used instead of Sir or Dame)

   Pope Simplicius KGC.StAbbo of the Vatican. 
   Baron Bouget KGC.StAbbo of Font_Antiquo
   
   Sir Magilla KC.StAbbo of Tumbuk2.
   King Julian Cohen KC.StAbbo of Germania_Jerusalem
   Mr. Mikhail Evgenivich M.StAbbo of Sankt_Nikolai.
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