|Lord Peter of Suryor|
|Occupation||Prince of Suryor|
|Family|| Prince Edward (Father) |
Lady Gwenneth (Mother)
Early Life Edit
Peter was born on the 22nd of December 2582. He was the second of 4 children. His father was Prince Edward, the first-in-line to succeed the throne of Suryor from Peter's grandfather Emperor Harold II, and Lady Gwenneth, the grandaughter of Sir David Stone, and sister of Queen Marie of Enkland. At the time of his birth, Peter was third-in-line to the throne.
Military Career Edit
Like the rest of his brothers, Peter was part of the army cadets from the age of 9 until 15, and joined the Grand Army of Suryor when he was 16. He rose through the ranks, and was made a corporal in 2600, and a General in 2623.
Marriage and Children Edit
In 2605, he married Harriet Grey, the daughter of Lord Phillip Grey and one of Peter's maternal cousins. They had two children: Prince John in 2607 and Annette in 2610. John married his maternal cousin, Helena Grey in 2643, but never had children. Annette married another maternal cousin, Lord Thomas Grey, and had 3 children.
In 2635, Peter's grandfather, Harold II, died at the age of 107. By this point, Peter's older father and brother had both died, so the crown passed to Peter's nephew, who was crowned Edward III. Peter attempted to seize the crown, saying that he was older, wiser and more closely related to Emperor Harold. What resulted was a decade long feud between nephew and uncle, but Peter gave up after his son, John, died in 2645 without an heir. Peter died 2 years later at the age of 64.