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Jeavons of Walthamshire
Jeavons Manor

Jeavons Manor

Jeavons Manor is the home of the Marquess of Walthamshire and the historic seat of the Grand Council of the Right and Justly Royal County of Walthamshire.  Although Walthamshire has since been incorporated into the county of Hertfordshire, the Marquess is still addressed as the Grand Chancellor of Walthamshire in official communications and is entitled to sit as Lord Mayor of Waltham Cross. As Grand Chancellor of Walthamshire, the Marquess receives an annual gift of 5 homosexual stoats from the townís Chamber of Commerce.  The origin of the homosexual stoats is no longer known but the 3rd Marquess of Walthamshire was excommunicated from the Catholic Church for bestiality.  The current Marquess, Lord David, is an eccentric character surrounded by mystery and intrigue.  He joined the diplomatic service in the 1980ís and was posted to South Africa as Deputy Consul in Pretoria.  Whilst he was posted to South Africa, a Zulu King was assassinated and the Marquess was convicted of Regicide in his absence having fled the country. The court also convicted him of spying and espionage. Ever since Lord David was a child, rumours have circulated that he has an evil twin brother locked up in the cellar at Jeavons Manor.  The rumours have never been proved false or otherwise as all records of his birth were destroyed during a mysterious fire at the hospital which also saw the midwife perish.  The rumours have been fueled somewhat by revelations that Lord Davidís uncle, Duke Heinrich of Marmeladenbrot, is a fully ordained Satanic Priest.  The Marquess is a generous man and is patron of a number of charities, including the Royal Society for the Protection of Gurning.