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H.I.H Prince Thierry of Haiti
H.I.H Prince Thierry of Haiti

Four days ago,  H.I.H Prince Thierry of Haiti celebrated the 209 years of the Jean-Baptiste Royal House:

“To have hope, to believe in love and duty … to carve the destiny of a nation, to create life here and elsewhere. New monarchical alliances are in sight, a return to African lands, a return to the sources of our deep origins …. 

Following the royal edict of April 8th, 1811, the county of Leogane was given to my ancestor Lord Bastien Jean-Baptiste by His Majesty King Henry Christophe of Hayti.

Thus, generation after generation, the title was passed down to my ancestors for over 200 years, until my late grandfather His Excellency Lord Elijah ( Élie ) Boe Jean-Baptiste, Count of Léogâne by hereditary right.

My other Soulouque lineage through my late grandmother His Serene Highness Countess Francelia Soulouque Nord Vil Lubin heiress of the title of Princess Olive Soulouque Vil Lubin daughter of Emperor and Countess of Petion-Ville.

I am currently the only heir to the title of Serene Highness, His Excellency Earl of Leogane and Earl of Petion-Ville, entitled for royal recognition.

In my Jean-Baptiste side of the family, the lineage of my grandfather, our motto is simple, we have a sacred duty to our people and this will last forever. We will always be on our land.

To help and appreciated, to hug and listen, to teach and try, to imagine and inspire, to hope and encourage, to celebrate and trust, to smile and marvel, to laugh and dream, to discover and give, to care and flourish, to live and overcome, to believe and console, to learn and admire, etc … Above all our ROYAL House is at the service of the Haitian people.”

♔ AMOUR , PATRIE et GLOIRE ♔

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Here are some historical facts:
In March 1811, the Age of Royalty began when the official acts proclaimed it. The atmosphere of the Christophian Monarchy is established even before the Proclamation of the Kingdom.
On March 26, 1811, Christophe convoked the officers of his military house to plan a party he wanted to hold at Fort Liberté which is the capital of Ouanaminthe, the hometown of his wife, Marie-Louise Coidavid.
At the party, there was a mass, the troops were reviewed, there was a banquet and cultural manifestations. At the end of the Day, we made our way to the city. Here, the People shouted: “Long live the King! Long live the Queen! “.
On the night of his return to the Central Headquarters of the Government, the Civil and Military Officials, the Commercial and the Notables of Cape Town came to present their congratulations and tributes to the President and to Mrs. Christophe for the splendor of the Feast of Fort Liberty and the ovation of the population to the erection of royalty.
Presentation of the Royal Constitution by Lieutenant General Paul Romain, April 4, 1811.
Sir, the Council of State has the honor to present to your Majesty the Constitutional Law of which confection has been the object of his most profound meditations.
We will have fulfilled the expectation of the People and the Army, and our work will have corresponded to the wish of our hearts, if the fundamental base on which this new Kingdom is going to rest, knows how to reconcile the public happiness with the Majesty of the Trone and the dignity of the national representation. This day of eternal memory, where the Haitian people will recognize in the face of heaven and earth, his protector, his Father and his King in the generous mortal who saved him, penetrate our souls most delicious emotions.
At the sight of the Diadem that will land on the august front where our glorious destinies are written, tremble, enemies of our Country! This moment has forever decided the sovereignty of these places; and it is that of the triumph of all hearts, and finally crown their idol. Henry’s scepter belonged to the magnanimous arm of Henry; it is the attribute of true courage; and fortune, always docile to the voice of genius, is paying him the price of twenty years of work.
Hayti, lift up your proud head, be no longer alarmed at your fortune prosperity, and send to heaven thanksgiving, for when Henry goes up on the throne, the Sully are about to be reborn.
Christophe answers:
“Gentlemen,
I have no other happiness than that of the Haitian people whose work I have shared, and nothing of interest to the good of the state can be foreign to me.
The Nation has judged it necessary for its prosperity and its safety to rise to the throne and to fix the Hereditary in my Family, I surrender to his wish, since it is to contribute to the public happiness.
This day, by giving me the measure of all hearts, will be constantly present to my mind; it will remind me of what the Haitian people have done for me and my family, and all the moments of my life will be devoted to rewarding him for his filial tenderness. I will be on the throne, as I have been in adversity, as it should be to a good King; and mighty my descendants successively inherit the pure love of which I burn for the Fatherland.
Then, General Romain addresses the Queen:
” Mrs,
We have just had the honor to present to your august husband the Constitutional law which fixes forever the destiny of Haiti, at the same time as it is hereditary in the family of our sovereign the State Monarchy.
If anything can add to the sweet sensations that make our souls tremble, it is to see the eminent qualities with which the heaven has provided you, to sit near the throne that the love and the recognition of the Haitians have raised you.
A thousand graces are returned to the Almighty, who seems to have raised so high the sensibility, the generous goodness of which your Heart is the Sanctuary, that to put them more within reach to extend on this country its happy influence.
The Council of State is proud to lay at the feet of your majesty the tribute of love, respect, gratitude and administration which your virtues know so well to inspire.
The Queen answers:
“Gentlemen,
I have no other happiness than that of the Haitian people whose work I have shared, and nothing of interest to the good of the state can be foreign to me.
The Nation has judged it necessary for its prosperity and its safety to rise to the throne and to fix the Hereditary in my Family, I surrender to his wish, since it is to contribute to the public happiness.
This day, by giving me the measure of all hearts, will be constantly present to my mind; it will remind me of what the Haitian people have done for me and my family, and all the moments of my life will be devoted to rewarding him for his filial tenderness. I will be on the throne, as I have been in adversity, as it should be to a good King; and mighty my descendants successively inherit the pure love of which I burn for the Fatherland.
Then, General Romain addresses the Queen:
” Mrs,
We have just had the honor to present to your august husband the Constitutional law which fixes forever the destiny of Haiti, at the same time as it is hereditary in the family of our sovereign the State Monarchy.
If anything can add to the sweet sensations that make our souls tremble, it is to see the eminent qualities with which the heaven has provided you, to sit near the throne that the love and the recognition of the Haitians have raised you.
A thousand graces are returned to the Almighty, who seems to have raised so high the sensibility, the generous goodness of which your Heart is the Sanctuary, that to put them more within reach to extend on this country its happy influence.
The Council of State is proud to lay at the feet of your majesty the tribute of love, respect, gratitude and administration which your virtues know so well to inspire.
The Queen answers:
“Gentlemen,
The Queen’s name, which the Nation has just given me, links me even more particularly to the fate of the Haitian people, for whom I have always glorified myself as a tender mother. I will not forget, on the throne, the duties imposed by the royal majesty, and when my family is destined to take its place there, it is enough to enlighten me on the extreme care which I must bring to its education: Yes My children will be my dearest adornment, and one day the destiny of my country will depend on them. “
The Nobility Orders of the Kingdom.
In the Kingdom of King Henry Christopher, we hold 5 Nobility Orders:
– The Princes – The Dukes – The Counts – The Barons and Knights
The Princes and Dukes were drawn from the Lieutenants General of the Armies and Vice-Admirals of the Fleet. The Earls came out of the marshals of Camp and Con-Amiraux. The Barons came out of the Brigadiers, Colonels regiment and Captains de Vaisseaux. Knights were recruited from Lieutenants-Colonels and Frigate Captains.
The First Motion of the Royal Order of King Henry Christopher.
On April 8, 1811, Christophe brought to the Public Knowledge the 1st Royal Order of his Kingship.
The princes:
– Noel, Colonel of the Haitian Guards and Brother of the Queen.
– Jean, nephew of Christophe
– André Vernet, Minister of Finance and the Interior. Named Prince of Gonaives.
– Paul Romain, Lieutenant General and Spokesman, Prince of Limbe
The Dukes:
– Father Corneille Brelle, Duke of the Cove.
– Rouanez, Grand Marshal, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Duke of Morin.
– Toussaint Brave, Duke of the Great River
– Noel Joachim, Duke of Fort Royal
– Etienne Magny, Duc de Plaisance.
– Jean Philippe Daux, Duke of Artibonite.
– Bernadin Sprew, Duke of Port-Margot and Governor of the Royal Prince.
The Counts:
– Judge, Earl of Newfoundland
– Martial Besse, Count of Sainte-Suzanne
– Pierre Toussaint, Count of Marmelade
– Jean-Pierre Richard, Count of the North Band.
– Jean-Baptiste Perrier (Goman), Count of Jeremiah.
– Louis Achille, Count of Laxavon
– Joseph Raphael, Count of Ennery
– Charles Charlot, Earl of Acul
– Pierre Cottereau, Count of Cahos
– Maximin Jassemin, Earl of Dondon
– Julien Prévost, Count of Limonade
– Toussaint Dupont, Count of the Hole
– Charles Pierre, Earl of Red Terrier.
– Warrior, Count of Mirebalais
– Simon, Count of Saint Louis.
– Placide Lebrun, Earl of Gros-Morne
♔ Bastien Jean-Baptiste, Count of Leogane.
– Pierre Saint-Jean, Earl of the Peninsula.
– Bernard_Juste Hugonin, Count of Rich-plain.
– Just Chanlate, Count of Rosier
– Yacinthe, Count of Borgne
– Toussaint, Count of Ouanaminthe.
The Barons:
– Papalier, Raymond Dessalines, Picard, Bottex, Leo, Mompoint, Pescay, Lagroue (Secretary and Notary of the King), Dupuy (Secretary Interpreter), Jean Isaac (Sénéchal of Cap-Henry), Béliard, Stanislas Latortue, Joseph Latortue, Charrier , Evéillé, Jean-Baptiste Petit, Sevelinge (Librarian of the King), Dominique Bazin (Preceptor of the Royal Prince).
The Knights:
– Lacroix, Blaise, Cincinatus Leconte, Celestin Petigny, Preseau (Secretary of the
King), Giles Creon.

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