Sconnish Citizenship

CITIZENS of the KINGDOM OF SCONE
 

Anyone may become a Sconnish subject.
 

Just fill out our citizenship application form linked below. There's nothing to it. We won't ask any invasive questions, subject you to any tests, or demand any documentation of you. Just tell us a little bit about how you discovered us and what you hope to experience with us. In no time flat, you'll be admitted as a "Ward-in-Chancery" (our quaint term for "probationary subject"). Once we've gotten to know you for a couple of weeks and once you've gotten to know us, we can decide together if full-fledged membership is for you.

 

CLICK HERE TO APPLY FOR SCONNISH CITIZENSHIP

 

Fully-initiated "citizens" of the Kingdom of Scone are eligible to sit in Parliament, to be admitted to the Royal Court and Household, and to become officers of the Crown or even peers of the Realm. Your level of commitment is up to you. As with anything else, you'll get out of your Sconnish experience as much as you're willing to put into it. An active and eager Sconnishman is a Sconnishman indeed!


Newcomers are always welcome, and the road to Sconnish citizenship is simple and painless.  

So that you may be completely satisfied that the Kingdom of Scone is a community that you will be happy to belong to, we ask that you agree to a short probationary period during which time you will be quaintly classified as a "Ward-in-Chancery." Following this brief "getting to know you" period, if you remain resolved to become a Sconnish subject, you will be asked to affirm as much and to subscribe to the Affirmation of Loyalty. At that point, all the rights and privileges of a Sconnishman will be accorded you. 

In accordance with the Charter of Scone Act 2014 and the Enrollments Act 2014, all lawful Sconnish subjects, following their initiation, are to be registered as freemen of a borough of one of the Kingdom's five county administrative divisions.  To follow is a listing of current Sconnish subjects by county and borough:

COUNTY OF FORTH

Borough of Greenwood

Bactad, Mr. Clark
Belmont, Simon, Earl of
Bergen, CHM, CSP, David, Duke of (Lord-Lieutenant)
Ferguson, Bt, Sir A.
Fuchs, Bt, Sir K.
Hinson, Bt, Sir D. 
Moreira, Bt, Sir C.
Wilhelm of Wintrmyre, Ritoban Viscount
Pryor, Mr. R.  
York of Hamilton, CSP, KC, James, Viscount 


COUNTY OF GLENNAINSHIRE

Borough of Glennainburgh

Gisbert-Madziar, Bt, Sir S.
Hawkins, Bt, Sir G. (Portreeve of the Borough of Glennainburgh).
Lowndes, Bt, Sir J.
Marly, CKE, GCSP, Michael, Duke of (Lord-Lieutenant)
Robinson, Sir. J. R.
Thurmont, Ryen Viscount of.



COUNTY OF MOUNTCASTLE

Borough of Heathminster

Bekkenhuis, Bt, Sir W.
Benichou, Mr. N.
Bracebridge of Heathminster, CHM, Bn, Char-Lez, Earl (Lord-Lieutenant)
Carleton of Quincent, KC, Bt, Emmanuel, Baron
Elmezoughi, Mr. S.
Holmes, Dame B.
Sanders, Sir. J. J.
Vincent, Mr. Sa


COUNTY OF MURCHAIDH

Borough of Breninton

Bradley, Bt, Sir Martin
Chatsworth of Bakeswell, Robert Viscount
Kennedy, Bt, Dame D.
Pollock, Bt, Sir A.
Portela, Bt, Sir E.
Stirlington, Lucy Rose, Countess of (Lord-Lieutenant)
Lexington of Greatforest, Bt, Sanyog, Baron

 


COUNTY OF WILLANCHURCH

Borough of Kingston

Avebury, A.P., Marquess of (Lord-Lieutenant)

Dayton, CSP, Sir S.

Desrosiers, Mr. M.

Harris, Bt., Sir T.

Montbarry, HRH Barry, Duke of
Rockcliffe, Joshua, Earl of

Liu-Lecomble, Mr. J.

Shifflett, Mr. M.