States of Lehmark

The Empire of Lehmark is made up of five States:

  • Lehmark Capital State

  • State of Kokoda

  • State of Armstrong

  • State of Saint George

  • State of Salop

Imperial Decree XXXIII - On Statehood and Representation, provides the foundation of Lehmark's State Administration as well as Elections held in the Empire for State Members of the Imperial Senate. New State Senators are Elected every 6 months, on 1 January and 1 June annually. Register your Candidacy for the Election.

Citizens who undertake the Annexation Process are Granted Statehood and Nobility. The most common Grant of Nobility is that of Count or Countess. The Titles of Duke or Baron are reserved for either very large or very small plots of land.

Lehmark Capital State

Lehmark Capital State was the initial territory claimed by the Empire of Lehmark, and made up the entirety of the Empire until the annexation of Kokoda State and the Imperial State of Armstrong.

Lehmark Capital State is located in Northfield, South Australia and is currently home to the Emperor and Autocrat and the Imperial Family.

Because Lehmark Capital State is the capital of the Empire of Lehmark it is also home to the entirety of the Imperial Bureaucracy, and thus is responsible for providing the majority of the functionality of the Empire.

Besides being an important administrative centre, Lehmark Capital State is also home to the Imperial Gardens, an important pot plant development spearheaded by the Emperor and Autocrat and maintained by the Department of Environmental Protection.

Lehmark Capital State is the only State to not have Elections.

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Permanent Representative of the Capital State

His Imperial Majesty William Lehman, Emperor and Autocrat of Lehmark

State of Kokoda

State of Kokoda was annexed into the Empire of Lehmark by way of Treaty between the Citizens of the Residence and the Government of Lehmark on 20 June 2019.

State of Kokoda is located in Darra, Queensland and is currently home to two Citizens of the Empire of Lehmark. A Citizen of Kokoda State served as the first Chief Justice of the Supreme Court and proved to be instrumental in aiding the development of the Court System of Lehmark.

The State has no Noble Lands and is fully possessed by the Empire.

The State supports a large percentage of vegetation and greenery in the Empire and thus home to many of the Empire's trees and native wildlife. Most of the wildlife includes birds who come to visit the trees.

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State Senator for the State of Kokoda

Garrett Jones


Duchy of Bertram

The Duchy of Bertram, was annexed into the Empire of Lehmark by way of Treaty between the Citizens of the Residence and the Government of Lehmark on 15 May 2021. The Duchy is home to the Duke of Bertram and forms a sub-state of the State of Kokoda. The Duchy is located in Texas, United States.

The property has two houses, one of which is occupied and serves as the main hub, while the other is rented out. There are also several facility buildings across the property.

The 53 acre property is home to two manmade ponds that host perch, bass, turtles, and other aquatic species and waterfowl. It also is a haven for at least 23 deer, and many different types of rodents. Endangered species such as the Golden-Cheeked Warbler are known to hang out on the property as well.

The property's oak trees were plagued with oak-wilt, but we are taking active measures to save the larger trees. Cedar is also abundant here, as well as milkweed (which is made into a home by Monarch butterflies during migration season)

State of Armstrong

State of Armstrong was annexed into the Empire of Lehmark by way of Treaty between the Citizen of the Residence and the Government of Lehmark on 29 August 2019.

State of Armstrong is located in Armstrong Creek, Victoria and is home to the Count of Armstrong. The State contains the Noble Lands of the County of Armstrong and Imperial Lands of the Empire.

The Count of Armstrong is known for his planting and vegetation development and has installed many vegetable boxes in the County. Vegetables grown include: beans, peas, cucumbers, tomatoes, carrots, onions, garlic, capsicums and cabbage.

The County also boasts a number of pot plants, mostly herbs and self sufficient geraniums.

Besides vegetable works the Count of Armstrong prides himself on his Freemasonry and tries to live by those beliefs and principles, namely, truth, brotherly love and charity.

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State Senator for the State of Kokoda

Sir Peter Gumley, Count of Armstrong

Minister of Foreign Affairs

Minister of Environmental Protection


Lord Barony of Raasay

The Lord Barony of Raasay was annexed into the Empire of Lehmark by way of Treaty between the Count of Armstrong and the Government of Lehmark on 27 September 2020.

The Lord Barony is located in Huntly, United Kingdom and is part of the wider "Established Titles" Aberdeenshire Estate. The Empire of Lehmark specifically lays claim to Plot E513477 only.

Raasay represents the first sub-state of a main Lehmark State, and as such is held in full by the Count of Armstrong as Lord Baron.

State Flag of Armstrong

The State Flag of Armstrong was adopted by the Count of Armstrong on 17 May 2021.

The chosen symbol relates back to the Count's Scottish heritage and his family connection to the local land.

State of Saint George

The State of Saint George was annexed into the Empire of Lehmark by way of Treaty between the Citizen of the Residence and the Government of Lehmark on 29 July 2020.

State of Saint George is located in Haguenau, France and is home to the Count of Saint George. The State contains the Noble Lands of the County of Saint George and Imperial Lands of the Empire.

The Count of Saint George is first Post-Master General of the Lehmark Postal Service.

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State Senator for the State of Saint George

Yannick Beuvelet, Count of Saint George

Post-Master General of Lehmark

State of Saint George Monastic Garden Development

Once completed it will house 150 aromatic and medicial plants.

The County of Saint George, is also home to a large monastic garden and grows many aromatic and medicinal plants. The garden is a copy of a 12th century garden according to the principles of Saint Hildegard of Bingen, considered the first naturopath in history. The books of Saint Hildegard contain many herbal applications and remedies.

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State Flag of Saint George

The State Flag of Saint George was adopted by the Count of Saint George on 22 May 2021.

The chosen symbol is the State's Namesake - Saint George. Saint George is a legendary Saint whose existence is debated - however is his story is that of heroics, dragon slaying and bravery. Personifying the chivalrous ideal, Saint George is represented on horseback (often on a white horse), in armor, carrying a shield and a silver banner with the Cross of Gules.

State of Salop

The State of Salop was annexed into the Empire of Lehmark by way of Treaty between the Citizen of the Residence and the Government of Lehmark on 25 April 2021.

State of Salop is located in Staffordshire, United Kingdom and is home to the Countess of Salop. The State contains the Noble Lands of the County of Salop and Imperial Lands of the Empire.

The Countess of Salop is the first Minister of Sports and Science of the Empire.

The State of Salop, shares borders with the United Kingdom and the residents of the State have been known to utilize the open spaces which surround the State for activities and walks.

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State Senator for the State of Salop

Ann Crowhurst, Countess of Salop

Minister for Sports and Science


State Flag of Salop

Adopted on 15 May 2021, the State Flag of Salop, contains the Staffordshire Knot and Stag of Cannock Chase.

State Coat of Arms

The Countess of Salop adopted on 15 May 2021, this Coat of Arms to represent their County.


Warrior Spirit. Loyalty. Wisdom.