The Founding Fathers were the political founders of Lovia and Noble City. In its strictest sense, the term applies to eleven men and women who arrived on Peace Island on the first journey of the Francis II to the Lovia Archipelago, led by Arthur Nobel. These men and women built the first settlement, now known as Noble City, founded the ancestors of many present-day institutions and organizations, and determined Lovia's course for many decades.
In a broader sense, the term applies to all people who arrived on the archipelago during the first years of Lovia's existence, i.e. people who arrived on the first journeys of the Francis II and other boats. This broader sense is however not used by historians; it is merely used by Lovians to narrate their family history.
Although the founders of Lovia are called "Fathers", it must be noted that there were two women among the original founders, and many others on later journeys. Also many of the early settlers where accompanied by their spouses known as Pioneer Mothers.
List of original Founding Fathers Edit
|Name|| Country of birth|
(city of birth)
|City of residence before embarking for Lovia||Occupation before embarking||Domains of activity in Lovia|
| Arthur Nobel/Noble|
since 1876: King Arthur I of Lovia
|Belgium (Ghent)||San Francisco||journalist||politics|
|Stephen Robinson||United States (Baton Rouge)||San Francisco||-||health care, politics|
|George Eisenhower||United States (Minneapolis)||San Francisco||soldier, farmer, adventurer||infrastructure, education|
|William "Bill" Jefferson||United States (New York)||San Francisco||lawyer||law, politics|
|George Smith||United Kingdom (London)||London||essayist||police, literature|
|John Smith||United States (Baltimore)||Baltimore / San Francisco||soldier||infrastructure|
|Andrew Johnson||United States (San Francisco)||San Francisco||journalist||discovery, science|
|Abigail Johnson||United States (Sacramento)||San Francisco||-||health care|
|Lisa Miller||St Cloud, MN.||St Cloud, MN.||-||finance, and author|
|George Lincoln||United States (New York)||New York||banker||finance, law, politics|
|Ole Nielsen||Denmark (Copenhagen)||San Francisco||migratory worker||literature, culture|
Other early settlers Edit
In informal contexts, "Founding Fathers" may also refer to other early settlers of the nineteenth century. Strictly speaking, they are not Founding Fathers. Notable early settlers include Sir John Lashawn, Edward A. Ramsley, and Nikolai Sharapov.