Jarrack I of Curonia
Jarrack Devereux (6th of Owyn's Flame, 1688 - 1715), regally known as Jarrack I was the second monarch of the Kingdom of Curonia, reigning from 1711 until a coup during early 1715.
Born to King Wilhelm and his consort, Evelyn, Jarrack lived that of a childhood mirroring any heir-to-be, laden with intensive combat and academic training.
It was in his early teenage years that the crown-prince began to take a closer step into the politics of Curon, holding various courts and making arrangements in the council. His reputation varied between person to person, subjective to their own experiences with the young Devereux. He was officially coronated as king upon Wilhelm's abdication in 1711. Soon after he wed his betrothed, Princess Katheryna Barbanov.
Jarrack's reign very short lived, losing popularity with his people, and touch with his council. His tenure in power met an untimely end on the 15th of Horen's Calling, 1715, when he made attempts to have two of his council members forcibly removed- labelling his highest ranking Military Commander, as well as his younger brother, Staunton Loyalists. This infuriated many people in curon, leading to the courtroom to be turned into a battlefield as the populace turned on Jarrack, leading to a swift defeat on his side. He was forced to abdicate in favour of his young son, his brother Ecbert set to take regency until the boy came of age.
|Princess-Consort Ester Devereux||7th of the Sun's Smile, 1710||Alive||Richard Iof Rubern||Firstborn daughter of King Jarrack I and Queen Katheryna. Princess-Royal of Avalain|
|Alfred I Devereux||11th of Owyn's Flame, 1712||Deceased||Unwed||Firstborn son of King Jarrack I and Queen Katheryna. King of Curonia|