A system of peerage in the Confederate States was established in 2139 by that nation's fourth president, Edmund McConnell, who interpreted his position as head of state and the Constitution's lack of prohibition of granting nobility to permit it.
List of DukesEdit
|Duke of Georgia||Secretary of Education||McConnell||2140|
List of CountsEdit
|Count-Burgrave of Atlanta||Ten-year terms, appointed by President||McConnell||2140|
|Count of Gwinnett||Five-year terms, elected by mayors of Duluth, Grayson, and Lawrenceville, GA||McConnell||2140|
List of ViscountsEdit
|Viscount of Auburn||Lifetime, in the bloodline of Martin Luther King, Jr.||McConnell||2140|
|Viscount of Druid Hills||President of Emory University||McConnell||2140|
|Viscount of Edgehill||Chancellor of Vanderbilt University||McConnell||2140|
List of BaronsEdit
|Baron of Winterville||Mayor of Winterville, GA||McConnell||2140|
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