Harold Morgan Greene

The 10th President of the Republic of Texas, Harold M. Greene assumed the office on 8 August 2050 from his predecessor and cousin, Nick Greene. His election coincided with Taith Group's majority acquisition of Grove Investments, a move which he helped engineer. As part of his duties as President, Harold serves as Taith Group's Co-Managing Partner, as well as any other office or responsibilities associated with that position.

Following in the footsteps of the former Queen, King Grealind II bestowed upon him personally the non-hereditary title Count Tejas-Brazos of Resvernas, a nod to the former Resvernan territory of Tejas that was centuries later incorporated into the Republic of Texas.

As a member of the Greene Family, he is also part of the Peace and Freedom Party of Texas, which has remained at the forefront of Texan politics for over 50 years since the 5th President, Austin Greene, successfully ran on its platform. Harold has always sought to enshrine humanity, fairness, and responsibility in his every day life.

During the first half of his ten-year term as President, Harold has overseen an expansion in Texas' rainy day fund, as well as the introduction of four additional members to the Taith Group's international business cooperation bloc.

Nicholas Xavier Greene

The 9th President of Texas, Nicholas Xavier Greene was sworn in on 8 August 2040 by his predecessor and uncle, Paul Greene. Under his leadership, Texas created the Taith Group, a major national Corporation with long-term ally, De Cymru. As part of his duties as President, he serves as its Co-Managing Partner. His most notable accomplishments include significantly bolstering the financial well-being of the nation, and securing multiple treaties guaranteeing the safety of the nation. A life-long member of the Peace and Freedom Party of Texas, Nick continues to advocate and advance social issues through the Greene Family Foundation.

He is the Count Tejas-Monclova of Resvernas, a non-hereditary title granted to him by the Queen Phoebe.

Paul Eckart Greene

Elected as the 8th President of Texas, he was sworn into office on the steps of Denton's Capitol Building on 8 August 2030.

A champion of literacy and the schools systems, Paul E. Greene renewed our national focus on education inequality, and helped to pass several pieces of legislation that would ensure future generations' ability to learn and go to college, without worrying about the financial burdens their families might face due to a loss of income.

He was created the Count Tejas-San Marcos of Resvernas, a non-hereditary title granted to him by the Queen Phoebe.

Caffrey Broward Greene

An avid supporter of small business and the entrepeurial spirit, Caffrey B. Greene was sworn in as the 7th President of Texas at the historic Frisco Market on 8 August 2020. Highlighting the many successes that everyday Texans have earned through their hard work at the open-air Market, he championed an explosion in community owned, sustainable corporate growth that set the stage for his nephew to form the Taith Group two decades later.

He was created the Count Tejas-Comal of Resvernas, a non-hereditary title granted to him by the King Grealind.

Samuel Craig Greene

6th President of Texas, inaugurated 8 August 2010

He was created the Count Tejas-Pedernales of Resvernas, a non-hereditary title granted to him by the King Grealind.


Austin Gregory Greene

5th President of Texas, inaugurated 8 August 2000

He was created the Count Tejas-Bonnell of Resvernas, a non-hereditary title granted to him by the King Grealind.

Rufus Cornelius Grealind

4th President of Texas, inaugurated 8 August 1990

He was created the Count Tejas-Medina of Resvernas, a non-hereditary title granted to him by the King Anson III.

Weston Isaac Grealind

3rd President of Texas, inaugurated 8 August 1980

He was created the Count Tejas-Frio of Resvernas, a non-hereditary title granted to him by the King Anson III. This was in addition to his title as the 3rd Count Penberry-Grealind, a cadet branch of the ruling family of Resvernas that influenced the naming of two future Kings.

Scott Edwards Grealind

2nd President of Texas, inaugurated 8 August 1970

He was created the Count Tejas-Pecos of Resvernas, a non-hereditary title granted to him by the King Anson III. This was in addition to his title as the Lord Penberry-Grealind-Croft, a cadet branch of the Penberry-Grealind family, itself a cadet branch of the ruling family of Resvernas.

Anson Price Jones

1st President of Texas, inaugurated 8 August 1961

He was posthumously created the Count Tejas-Elena of Resvernas, a non-hereditary title granted to him by the King Grealind shortly after his death.