Ealdormere LoI dated 2017-05-23
Unto the Sovereigns and other members of the College of Arms of the Society, come greetings from Rylyn Buchanan, Green Mantle Herald
It is the intent of the Ealdormere College of Heralds to submit the following for your consideration
1: Ivan Day - New Name & New Device
Per Chevron argent and purpure, a sea serpent azure and an astrolabe argent
Submitter desires a masculine name.
Ivan Sirell, male, christened 1598, in Almeley, Hereford, England. Batch no. C13106-3
John Day, male, christened 1594, in Much Cowarne, Hereford, England. Batch no. C13790-1
This image was redrawn, with client permission, due to style issues with the chevron at Kingdom
2: Khaaiwesenebastet sat ne Polemon mewetis Aniti - New Device
OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in December of 2015, via Ealdormere.
Or, two winged cats sejant respectant sable, winged azure and gorged with a collar argent, an eye sable irised Or
There was some question at Kingdom if a one winged, one legged cat sejant is acceptable. Based on other registered emblazons, the client wishes to proceed as drawn
3: Rikelde Thorebern - Resub Name & Resub Device
Per bend sinister argent and Or, a dragonfly and a chief engrailed purpure.
Submitter desires a feminine name.
Rikilde: An English feminine given name, a variant of Richild, attested to 1212 CE. From Brian M. Scott's "Feminine Given Names in A Dictionary of English Surnames" (1994), accessed on April 20th, 2017. https://www.s-gabriel.org/names/talan/reaney/reaney.cgi?Richild
Thorebern: English surname, dated to 1279 CE. From Reaney and Wilson's Oxford Book of English Surnames s.n. Thurban, Thurbon, Thurborn, Thorburn, etc., William Thorebern dated to 1279 in RH (Rotuli Hundredorem (the Hundred Rolls)) for Oxfordshire.
Client is fine with Rikeld, Rykeld, or Rikelde but will not accept Rikelda.
Thanks to all the hard working heralds who take the time to comment on these letters.