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Outlands College of Heralds

From the office of the Rampart Herald
Lady Alia Marie de Blois (Lillith Lesanges)
1223 Fruit Ave. NW, Albuquerque, NM 87102
alia@swcp.com - (505) 244-9525

UNTO François la Flamme, Laurel King of Arms, Mari Elspeth nic Bryan, Pelican Queen of Arms, Zenobia Naphtali, Armory Queen of Arms, and Daniel de Lincoln, Laurel clerk, upon this 19th day of February, A.S. XXXVII (2003 CE),

DOES Lady Alia Marie de Blois, Rampart Herald, send greetings and the commendations due each of you.

On behalf of Mistress Tatiana Pavlovna Sokolova, White Stag Principal Herald, I offer the following submissions for registration:

 

December 2002 Letter of Presentation
February 2003 Letter of Response
(due to administrative reasons, the February LoI was considered for the July LOAR)
July 2003 LoAR Results
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  1. Artan macAilín. Acceptance of Transfer of Heraldic Title, Black Elk Herald.
  2. This name was registered in February 1991 (Outlands). This Heraldic Title was registered to the Kingdom of the Outlands in July 2000 (Outlands) specifically for Artan's personal, exclusive use as a Herald Extraordinary.

  3. Edmund Newcastle. Change of registered name from Vebjorn Vegandi.
  4. His name is currently registered as Vebjorn Vegandi. This name was registered in October of 1991 via Calontir. Edmund is found in Withycombe, page 93, under the heading Edmond, Edmund. The name of two kings of England, Edmund the Magnificent (922?-46) and Edmund Ironside (981?-1016) and of two saints, St. Edmund, King of the East Angles, martyred by the Danes in 870, and St. Edmund Rich (1170?-1240), Archbishop of Canterbury. It was common in the 11th C and occurs in DB. Newcastle is found in Reaney and Wilson, page 321. Geoffrey de Newcastle 1246-7; Agnes of Newcastle 1215; Adam de Newcastle 1340. From Newcastle, or Newcastle under Lyme. He will accept changes, cares most about the sound and language/culture, the desired gender is male, and he is interested in having his name be authentic for mid 1300's time period and language/culture, a "Subject of King Edward III". There is no indication of what he would like done with his old name. He had been unable to consult with a herald and I was unable to reach him for a preference; so in the interests of giving him the most options later, please retain his current name as an alternate name.

  5. Emery de Fittun. New Name and device. Azure, a winged cat couchant guardant argent wings elevated and addorsed Or.
  6. Emery is found in Withycombe, page 102 dated to 1201. Withycombe states that this name, "though never common, survived both as a man's and a woman's name until the end of the 18th C." de Fittun is found in Reaney and Wilson under the heading Fitton, page 170, dated to 1213. She will not accept major changes, cares most about the language/culture, the desired gender is female.

  7. Kathryn of Iveragh. Acceptance of Transfer of Heraldic Title, Ardent Herald.
  8. This name was registered at some point (neither the online O&A nor her file have a date). This Heraldic Title was registered to the Kingdom of the Outlands in July 2000 (Outlands) specifically for Kathryn's personal, exclusive use as a Herald Extraordinary.

  9. Konrad von Griefswald. Acceptance of Transfer of Heraldic Title, Escarbuncle Herald.
  10. This name was registered in September 1987 (Outlands). This Heraldic Title was registered to the Kingdom of the Outlands in August 1989 (Outlands) specifically for Konrad's personal, exclusive use as a Herald Extraordinary.

  11. Louis-Phillippe Mitourard. Acceptance of Transfer of Heraldic Title, Cat's Paw Herald.
  12. This name was registered in November 1980 (Atenveldt). This Heraldic Title was registered to the Kingdom of the Outlands in July 2000 (Outlands) specifically for Louis-Phillippe's personal, exclusive use as a Herald Extraordinary. I would also note that this is the registered misspelling of his name, Louis-Phillippe Mitouard.

  13. Lyneya del Filde. New Name.
  14. Lyneya is found in the Essex Feet of Fines, 1182-1272 http://members.tripod.com/nicolaa5/articles/names.html. del Filde is found in Reaney and Wilson, page 168, under Fildes; Dike del Filde 1281. She will not accept major changes, cares most about the language/culture, the desired gender is female, and she is interested in having her name be authentic for 13th C. English [Norman] time period.

  15. Maimuna al-Bukhariyya. Change of registered name from Eibhlín inghean uí Raghailligh.
  16. Her name is currently registered as Eibhlín inghean uí Raghailligh. This name was registered in October of 2001 via the Outlands. Maimuna is found (in the transliteration Maimunah, but according to Master Da'ud, 'the final "h" is often not found in transliterations, so its not being in the submitted name is of no consequence so far as registration is concerned') in Da'ud ibn Auda's Arabic Names List on the Laurel website at http://www.sca.org/heraldry/laurel/names/arabic-naming.html. al-Bukhari is a place name indicator for "the person from Bukhara" Bukhara is a city in Uzbekistan and is mentioned often in "The Cultural History of Islam," by Isma'il R. al-Faruqui and Lois Lamya'al Faruqi (1986). See also Bukhara, Uzbekistan, History, http://www.advantour.com/uzbekistan/bukhara.html She will accept changes, cares most about the language/culture, the desired gender is female, and she is interested in having her name be authentic for "Arabic" language/culture.
    Submitted as Maimuna al-Bukhari, it was changed in Kingdom based on Master Da'ud's commentary that 'al-Bukhariyya' would be the appropriate feminine form.

  17. Outlands Kingdom of the. Transfer of Heraldic Title, Ardent Herald, to Kathryn of Iveragh.
  18. This Heraldic Title was registered to the Kingdom of the Outlands in July 2000 (Outlands) specifically for her personal, exclusive use as a Herald Extraordinary.

  19. Outlands Kingdom of the. Transfer of Heraldic Title, Black Elk Herald, to Artan macAilín.
  20. This Heraldic Title was registered to the Kingdom of the Outlands in July 2000 (Outlands) specifically for his personal, exclusive use as a Herald Extraordinary.

  21. Outlands Kingdom of the. Transfer of Heraldic Title, Cat's Paw Herald, to Louis-Phillippe Mitourard.
  22. This Heraldic Title was registered to the Kingdom of the Outlands in July 2000 (Outlands) specifically for his personal, exclusive use as a Herald Extraordinary.

  23. Outlands Kingdom of the. Transfer of Heraldic Title, Escarbuncle Herald, to Konrad von Griefswald.
  24. This Heraldic Title was registered to the Kingdom of the Outlands in August 1989 (Outlands) specifically for his personal, exclusive use as a Herald Extraordinary.

  25. Outlands Kingdom of the. Transfer of Heraldic Title, Musimon Herald, to Pendar the Bard.
  26. This Heraldic Title was registered to the Kingdom of the Outlands in July 2000 (Outlands) specifically for his personal, exclusive use as a Herald Extraordinary.

  27. Outlands Kingdom of the. Order Name and Badge for the Order of the Pensioners of the Venerable Guard. Vert, a sheaf of swords inverted proper surmounted by a rose, all within an orle of oak leaves Or.
  28. The Order name and Badge were created by King Kynan and Queen Eleanor in August 2001. It is given by the Crown to those of their subjects who have served the martial interests of the Society for a period of not less than thirty (30) years. The holders of this award shall be styled depending upon their precedence, for example, if they are knights, they will be known as Knight Pensioners of the Venerable Guard. If they are armigerous, they will be known as Lord Pensioners of the Venerable Guard. They shall be entitled to place the initials P.V.G. after their names. One of the definitions listed under Pensioner in the OED is "One of a body of gentlemen, instituted by Henry VIII in 1509, as a body-guard to the sovereign within the royal palace; a gentleman-at-arms. Originally called Spearmen, in 1539 Pensioners, later Gentlemen-Pensioners; now Gentlemen-at-arms."
    Submitted as 'Order of the Knight Pensioners of the Venerable Guard', the word 'Knight' was dropped in Kingdom to reflect the manner in which recipients are intended to be styled.

  29. Pendar the Bard. Acceptance of Transfer of Heraldic Title, Musimon Herald.
  30. This name was registered in July 1998 (Outlands). This Heraldic Title was registered to the Kingdom of the Outlands in July 2000 (Outlands) specifically for Pendar's personal, exclusive use as a Herald Extraordinary.

  31. Sveinn Grimarsson. New Name.
  32. Sveinn is found in Geirr Bassi, page 15. Grimarr, ibid, page 10. He will accept changes, cares most about the language/culture, the desired gender is male, and he is interested in having his name be authentic for 10th c. Norse language/culture.

 

December 2002 Letter of Presentation
February 2003 Letter of Response
(due to administrative reasons, the February LoI was considered for the July LOAR)
July 2003 LoAR Results
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