Calontir LoI dated 2018-07-06

Grüß Gott!

Unto Juliana de Luna, Laurel; Alys Mackyntoich, Pelican; Cormac Mor, Wreath; and the esteemed members of the College of Arms does Herr Gotfrid von Schwaben, Saker Herolt of the Kingdom of Calontir send heartfelt greetings.

The Calontir College of Heralds presents this Letter of Intent for your consideration requesting registration of the following submissions:

1: Alene de Felda - New Name

Submitter desires a feminine name.
Sound (al-EEN) most important.
Spelling (de Felda) most important.

Alene: English feminine name documented via Family Search record for Alene Banister, marriage 03 Feb 1576, Holy Cross And Saint Giles, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England, Batch M06499-1 (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:NKHT-TPV)

de Felda: Anglo-Norman surname found in Woulfe, p. 257, s.n. de Fílde. Also found in 16th & 17th Century Anglicized Irish Surnames from Woulfe by Mari ingen Briain meic Donnchada (Kathleen M. O'Brien) (http://medievalscotland.org/kmo/Woulfe/SortedByAnglicizedRoot_F.shtml)


2: Anna Plantyn - New Badge

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in September of 2015, via Calontir.

(Fieldless) In saltire a banana leaf vert and a bunch of bananas Or


3: Bríg Cerrices wif - New Name & New Device

Per bend sinister azure and sable, a phoenix facing to sinister and a Continental panther rampant contourny argent

Submitter desires a feminine name.
No major changes.
Sound (Bree) most important.

Bríg: feminine Irish given name, OCM, p. 36, header entry states the given name--meaning high, noble--is borne by 13 saints including St. Brigh, a sister of St. Breccon. The entry also mentions two saints named Brígh. The spelling with the h at the end appears after the colon in the header, which means that it's the modern spelling, according to the information in How To Use This Book on p. 9. The form before the colon, Bríg, is the early Irish spelling.

Cerrices wif: constructed byname meaning wife of Cerric. Cerric is a masculine Anglo-Saxon name found in in PASE, s.n. Ceolric (http://pase.ac.uk/jsp/pdb?dosp=VIEW_RECORDS&st=PERSON_NAME&value=14059&level=1&lbl=Ceolric)

SENA Appendix C supports the combination of an Old English byname with a Gaelic or Old Irish given name.


4: Coeur d'Ennui, Barony of - New Order Name

OSCAR thinks the name is registered as Coeur d'Ennui, Barony of in July of 1984, via Calontir.

Boars Anvil, Order of

Meta-pattern:
This name follows the pattern of naming orders after saints + objects, found in Medieval Secular Order Names by Juliana de Luna (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/order/new/). Precedent permits this pattern to be used without including the word saint in the Order name. [Nov. 2014 LoAR, A-East: Carillion, Barony of. Order name Order of Irons Bell]

An LoAR ruling in November 2017 [Atlantia] (https://heraldry.sca.org/loar/2017/11/17-11lar.html#82) states:

Nottinghill Coill, Barony of. Order name Award of Shields Knot
... However, the order name Award of Shields Knot can be constructed by using the attested 16th century English surname Shield as a given name, and then following the pattern of Saint + Object of Veneration, such as in the Order of Irons Bell [Carillion, Barony of. Order name Order of Irons Bell, 11/2014 LoAR, A-East].
Boar: Late period surname documented via IGI record for Susanna Boar, christening 07 Jan 1613, Ropsley, Lincoln, England, Batch C03115-2 (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:JQR9-YFM)

Anvil:

As a period charge:
A period heraldic charge found in the arms of Wolstone, temp Henry VI. Found on Mistholme's Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry. (http://mistholme.com/dictionary/anvil/)

As a period term:
OED, s.v. anvil, n: "1.a., A heavy block on which metal can be hammered and shaped, typically of iron or (now) steel, having a flat top, concave sides, and (typically) a pointed or tapering projection at one end." The entry dates anefelt to a1425, anvelde to 1530, and anfeeld to 1589. There are other dates and spellings. Using Lingua Anglica allows for anvil.
Order Name Notes:
This Order will be awarded for youth arts activities.


5: Coeur d'Ennui, Barony of - New Order Name

OSCAR thinks the name is registered as Coeur d'Ennui, Barony of in July of 1984, via Calontir.

Boars Axe, Order of

Meta-pattern:
This name follows the pattern of naming orders after saints + objects, found in Medieval Secular Order Names by Juliana de Luna (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/order/new/). Precedent permits this pattern to be used without including the word saint in the Order name. [Nov. 2014 LoAR, A-East: Carillion, Barony of. Order name Order of Irons Bell]

An LoAR ruling in November 2017 [Atlantia] (https://heraldry.sca.org/loar/2017/11/17-11lar.html#82) states:

Nottinghill Coill, Barony of. Order name Award of Shields Knot
... However, the order name Award of Shields Knot can be constructed by using the attested 16th century English surname Shield as a given name, and then following the pattern of Saint + Object of Veneration, such as in the Order of Irons Bell [Carillion, Barony of. Order name Order of Irons Bell, 11/2014 LoAR, A-East].
Boar: Late period surname documented via IGI record for Susanna Boar, christening 07 Jan 1613, Ropsley, Lincoln, England, Batch C03115-2 (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:JQR9-YFM)

Axe:

As a period charge:
A period heraldic charge found in the arms of the Kings of Denmark, 1244. Found on Mistholme's Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry. (http://mistholme.com/dictionary/axe/)

As a period term:
OED, s.v. axe, n1: "1.a., A tool or instrument for hewing, cleaving, or chopping, trees, wood, ice, etc.; consisting of a squarish head, now usually of iron with a steel edge or blade, fixed by means of a socket upon a handle or helve of wood, so as to be wielded with force in striking. Also called, especially when of smaller or lighter make, a hatchet." The entry dates axe to ?c1225. There are other spellings and dates such as ax a1250 and aix 1568.
Order Name Notes:
This Order will be awarded for rattan fighting.


6: Coeur d'Ennui, Barony of - New Order Name

OSCAR thinks the name is registered as Coeur d'Ennui, Barony of in July of 1984, via Calontir.

Boars Bow, Order of

Meta-pattern:
This name follows the pattern of naming orders after saints + objects, found in Medieval Secular Order Names by Juliana de Luna (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/order/new/). Precedent permits this pattern to be used without including the word saint in the Order name. [Nov. 2014 LoAR, A-East: Carillion, Barony of. Order name Order of Irons Bell]

An LoAR ruling in November 2017 [Atlantia] (https://heraldry.sca.org/loar/2017/11/17-11lar.html#82) states:

Nottinghill Coill, Barony of. Order name Award of Shields Knot
... However, the order name Award of Shields Knot can be constructed by using the attested 16th century English surname Shield as a given name, and then following the pattern of Saint + Object of Veneration, such as in the Order of Irons Bell [Carillion, Barony of. Order name Order of Irons Bell, 11/2014 LoAR, A-East].
Boar: Late period surname documented via IGI record for Susanna Boar, christening 07 Jan 1613, Ropsley, Lincoln, England, Batch C03115-2 (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:JQR9-YFM)

Bow:

As a period charge:
A period heraldic charge found in the arms of Bowes, 1395. Found on Mistholme's Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry. (http://mistholme.com/dictionary/bow/)

As a period term:
OED, s.v. bow, n1: "II.4, A weapon for shooting arrows or similar missiles, consisting of a strip of elastic wood or other material, bent by means of a string stretched between its two ends; the arrow is impelled by the recoil which follows the retraction of the string." The entry dates bowe to a1400 and bow to 1600.
Order Name Notes:
This Order will be awarded for archery activities.


7: Coeur d'Ennui, Barony of - New Order Name

OSCAR thinks the name is registered as Coeur d'Ennui, Barony of in July of 1984, via Calontir.

Boars Cup, Order of

Meta-pattern:
This name follows the pattern of naming orders after saints + objects, found in Medieval Secular Order Names by Juliana de Luna (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/order/new/). Precedent permits this pattern to be used without including the word saint in the Order name. [Nov. 2014 LoAR, A-East: Carillion, Barony of. Order name Order of Irons Bell]

An LoAR ruling in November 2017 [Atlantia] (https://heraldry.sca.org/loar/2017/11/17-11lar.html#82) states:

Nottinghill Coill, Barony of. Order name Award of Shields Knot
... However, the order name Award of Shields Knot can be constructed by using the attested 16th century English surname Shield as a given name, and then following the pattern of Saint + Object of Veneration, such as in the Order of Irons Bell [Carillion, Barony of. Order name Order of Irons Bell, 11/2014 LoAR, A-East].
Boar: Late period surname documented via IGI record for Susanna Boar, christening 07 Jan 1613, Ropsley, Lincoln, England, Batch C03115-2 (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:JQR9-YFM)

Cup:

As a period charge:
A period heraldic charge found in the arms of de Argentine, 1244. Found on Mistholme's Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry. (http://mistholme.com/dictionary/cup/)

As a period term:
OED, s.v. cup, n: "I., A drinking-vessel, or something resembling it." the entry dates cuppe to 1477 and cups to 1582.
Order Name Notes:
This Order will be awarded to friends of the Barony.


8: Coeur d'Ennui, Barony of - New Order Name

OSCAR thinks the name is registered as Coeur d'Ennui, Barony of in July of 1984, via Calontir.

Boars Dagger, Order of

Meta-pattern:
This name follows the pattern of naming orders after saints + objects, found in Medieval Secular Order Names by Juliana de Luna (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/order/new/). Precedent permits this pattern to be used without including the word saint in the Order name. [Nov. 2014 LoAR, A-East: Carillion, Barony of. Order name Order of Irons Bell]

An LoAR ruling in November 2017 [Atlantia] (https://heraldry.sca.org/loar/2017/11/17-11lar.html#82) states:

Nottinghill Coill, Barony of. Order name Award of Shields Knot
... However, the order name Award of Shields Knot can be constructed by using the attested 16th century English surname Shield as a given name, and then following the pattern of Saint + Object of Veneration, such as in the Order of Irons Bell [Carillion, Barony of. Order name Order of Irons Bell, 11/2014 LoAR, A-East].
Boar: Late period surname documented via IGI record for Susanna Boar, christening 07 Jan 1613, Ropsley, Lincoln, England, Batch C03115-2 (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:JQR9-YFM)

Dagger:

As a period charge:
A period heraldic charge found in the attributed arms of la Montagne, 1340. Found on Mistholme's Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry. (http://mistholme.com/dictionary/knife/)

As a period term:
The Middle English Dictionary, s.v. daggē̆re (n.) Also daggar, -or, -ard, has dagger dated to at least 1419: "(1419-20) Will in Bk.Lond.E. 219/14: A dagger and a Bowe." (http://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/m/mec/med-idx?type=id&id=MED10475)
Order Name Notes:
This Order will be awarded for youth combat activities.


9: Coeur d'Ennui, Barony of - New Order Name

OSCAR thinks the name is registered as Coeur d'Ennui, Barony of in July of 1984, via Calontir.

Boars Dart, Order of

Meta-pattern:
This name follows the pattern of naming orders after saints + objects, found in Medieval Secular Order Names by Juliana de Luna (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/order/new/). Precedent permits this pattern to be used without including the word saint in the Order name. [Nov. 2014 LoAR, A-East: Carillion, Barony of. Order name Order of Irons Bell]

An LoAR ruling in November 2017 [Atlantia] (https://heraldry.sca.org/loar/2017/11/17-11lar.html#82) states:

Nottinghill Coill, Barony of. Order name Award of Shields Knot
... However, the order name Award of Shields Knot can be constructed by using the attested 16th century English surname Shield as a given name, and then following the pattern of Saint + Object of Veneration, such as in the Order of Irons Bell [Carillion, Barony of. Order name Order of Irons Bell, 11/2014 LoAR, A-East].
Boar: Late period surname documented via IGI record for Susanna Boar, christening 07 Jan 1613, Ropsley, Lincoln, England, Batch C03115-2 (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:JQR9-YFM)

Dart:

As a period charge:
A period heraldic charge, s.v. Spear, found in the arms of Thackery, Lowle (Somerset), and Akenside. Found in A Glossary of Terms Used in Heraldry by James Parker (online). (https://www.heraldsnet.org/saitou/parker/Jpglosss.htm#Spear)

As a period term:
A weapon found in period. The Middle English Dictionary, header entry, has dart dated to at least 1425: "a1425(c1385) Chaucer TC (Benson-Robinson) 4.44: With speres..arwes, dartes, swerdes, maces..They fighte." (https://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/m/mec/med-idx?type=id&id=MED10557)
Order Name Notes:
This Order will be awarded for youth archery activities.


10: Coeur d'Ennui, Barony of - New Order Name

OSCAR thinks the name is registered as Coeur d'Ennui, Barony of in July of 1984, via Calontir.

Boars Heart of Coeur d'Ennui, Order of

Meta-pattern:
This name follows the pattern of naming orders after saints + objects, found in Medieval Secular Order Names by Juliana de Luna (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/order/new/). Precedent permits this pattern to be used without including the word saint in the Order name. [Nov. 2014 LoAR, A-East: Carillion, Barony of. Order name Order of Irons Bell]

An LoAR ruling in November 2017 [Atlantia] (https://heraldry.sca.org/loar/2017/11/17-11lar.html#82) states:

Nottinghill Coill, Barony of. Order name Award of Shields Knot
... However, the order name Award of Shields Knot can be constructed by using the attested 16th century English surname Shield as a given name, and then following the pattern of Saint + Object of Veneration, such as in the Order of Irons Bell [Carillion, Barony of. Order name Order of Irons Bell, 11/2014 LoAR, A-East].
Boar: Late period surname documented via IGI record for Susanna Boar, christening 07 Jan 1613, Ropsley, Lincoln, England, Batch C03115-2 (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:JQR9-YFM)

Heart:

As a period charge:
A period heraldic charge found as early as 1330. Found on Mistholme's Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry. (http://mistholme.com/dictionary/heart/)

As a period term:
The Middle English Dictionary, s.v. herte, defines the term as "(a) The heart of a human being or of an animal; (b) anat. the human heart considered medically or scientifically;..." and lists numerous spelling variations dated as early as 1150. "1a.(b): c1150(OE) Hrl.HApul.(Hrl 6258B) 116.93/10: Gif hwa on his heorten oþþe on breoste sor þolia. c1150(?OE) PDidax.(Hrl 6258b) 37/31: He hwest swyþe hefelice and micelne hefe ȝefret æt hys heortan [L pondus super cor sentiunt]."(http://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/m/mec/med-idx?type=id&id=MED20604)
Using Lingua Anglica allows for heart.
of Coeur d'Ennui: is a locative registered July 1984 via Calontir.

Order Name Notes:
This Order will be awarded by the Baroness of Coeur d'Ennui.


11: Coeur d'Ennui, Barony of - New Order Name

OSCAR thinks the name is registered as Coeur d'Ennui, Barony of in July of 1984, via Calontir.

Boars Lance, Order of

Meta-pattern:
This name follows the pattern of naming orders after saints + objects, found in Medieval Secular Order Names by Juliana de Luna (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/order/new/). Precedent permits this pattern to be used without including the word saint in the Order name. [Nov. 2014 LoAR, A-East: Carillion, Barony of. Order name Order of Irons Bell]

An LoAR ruling in November 2017 [Atlantia] (https://heraldry.sca.org/loar/2017/11/17-11lar.html#82) states:

Nottinghill Coill, Barony of. Order name Award of Shields Knot
... However, the order name Award of Shields Knot can be constructed by using the attested 16th century English surname Shield as a given name, and then following the pattern of Saint + Object of Veneration, such as in the Order of Irons Bell [Carillion, Barony of. Order name Order of Irons Bell, 11/2014 LoAR, A-East].
Boar: Late period surname documented via IGI record for Susanna Boar, christening 07 Jan 1613, Ropsley, Lincoln, England, Batch C03115-2 (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:JQR9-YFM)

Lance:

As a period charge:
A period heraldic charge also called a tilting spear or a tourney spear. Found in the arms of Shakespeare, granted 1596. Found on Mistholme's Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry. (http://mistholme.com/dictionary/spear/)

As a period term:
The Middle English Dictionary, s.v. launce (n.), has lance dated to at least 1338: "?a1400(a1338) Mannyng Chron.Pt.2 (Petyt 511) p.71: Normanz & Burgolons, with lance, suerd, & mace Bare Sir Harald doun." (http://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/m/mec/med-idx?type=id&id=MED24845)
Order Name Notes:
This Order will be awarded for equestrian activities.


12: Coeur d'Ennui, Barony of - New Order Name

OSCAR thinks the name is registered as Coeur d'Ennui, Barony of in July of 1984, via Calontir.

Boars Lantern, Order of

Meta-pattern:
This name follows the pattern of naming orders after saints + objects, found in Medieval Secular Order Names by Juliana de Luna (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/order/new/). Precedent permits this pattern to be used without including the word saint in the Order name. [Nov. 2014 LoAR, A-East: Carillion, Barony of. Order name Order of Irons Bell]

An LoAR ruling in November 2017 [Atlantia] (https://heraldry.sca.org/loar/2017/11/17-11lar.html#82) states:

Nottinghill Coill, Barony of. Order name Award of Shields Knot
... However, the order name Award of Shields Knot can be constructed by using the attested 16th century English surname Shield as a given name, and then following the pattern of Saint + Object of Veneration, such as in the Order of Irons Bell [Carillion, Barony of. Order name Order of Irons Bell, 11/2014 LoAR, A-East].
Boar: Late period surname documented via IGI record for Susanna Boar, christening 07 Jan 1613, Ropsley, Lincoln, England, Batch C03115-2 (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:JQR9-YFM)

Lantern:

As a period charge:
A standard heraldic charge and also found in period. Found on Mistholme's Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry. (http://mistholme.com/dictionary/lantern/)

As a period term:
The Middle English Dictionary, s.v. lantern(e (n.), defines the term as "(a) A lantern; a lamp; lemen (shinen) as lanternes, to shine like lanterns; holden the ~, act as guide, lead the way; loken lik a ~, be hollow-cheeked; light of (the) ~, lantern light (as a guide or as a sign of human habitation); (b) in proverbial expressions and sayings; (c) ~ horn, a pane of horn for a lantern; (d) in surnames.". The entry has lantern dated to at least 1400: "c1450(?a1400) Wars Alex.(Ashm 44) 5398: A grete grysely god..Þat liȝt lemand eȝen as lanterns he had. a1456-a1500 ?Lydg. 7 Counsels (Förster) 19: Payse matiers, or þou deme or discern; Lat right in causes holde þe lantern [vr. lantarne]." (http://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/m/mec/med-idx?type=id&id=MED24653)
Order Name Notes:
This Order will be awarded for teaching.


13: Coeur d'Ennui, Barony of - New Order Name

OSCAR thinks the name is registered as Coeur d'Ennui, Barony of in July of 1984, via Calontir.

Boars Needle, Order of

Meta-pattern:
This name follows the pattern of naming orders after saints + objects, found in Medieval Secular Order Names by Juliana de Luna (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/order/new/). Precedent permits this pattern to be used without including the word saint in the Order name. [Nov. 2014 LoAR, A-East: Carillion, Barony of. Order name Order of Irons Bell]

An LoAR ruling in November 2017 [Atlantia] (https://heraldry.sca.org/loar/2017/11/17-11lar.html#82) states:

Nottinghill Coill, Barony of. Order name Award of Shields Knot
... However, the order name Award of Shields Knot can be constructed by using the attested 16th century English surname Shield as a given name, and then following the pattern of Saint + Object of Veneration, such as in the Order of Irons Bell [Carillion, Barony of. Order name Order of Irons Bell, 11/2014 LoAR, A-East].
Boar: Late period surname documented via IGI record for Susanna Boar, christening 07 Jan 1613, Ropsley, Lincoln, England, Batch C03115-2 (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:JQR9-YFM)

Needle:

As a period charge:
A period heraldic charge found as in the arms of de Agugellis, mid 15th century. Found on Mistholme's Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry. (http://mistholme.com/dictionary/needle/)

As a period term:
The Middle English Dictionary, s.v. nẹ̄dle (n.) Also nedel(e, nedelle, nidel, (early) nædle, (error) medyl & neld(e, (errors) eld, uelde, nedelde. Forms: sg. gen. nẹ̄dles, nẹ̄̆ldes, etc. & nẹ̄delies; pl. nẹ̄dles, nẹ̄̆ldes, etc. & (early) nelden, has needle dated to at least 1382 and 1425: "(a1382) WBible(1) (Bod 959) Ex.26.1: Þou schalt make..tenn cortyns of byse aȝeyn foldid..dyuersid wiþ needle werk [Corp-O: nedle werk; WB(2): broidery werk; L opere plumario]."; " ?a1425 Orch.Syon (Hrl 3432) 107/34: Þe tyme oonli is as myche as þe point of a needle, and no moore." (http://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/m/mec/med-idx?type=id&id=MED29210)
Order Name Notes:
This Order will be awarded for youth arts activities.


14: Coeur d'Ennui, Barony of - New Order Name

OSCAR thinks the name is registered as Coeur d'Ennui, Barony of in July of 1984, via Calontir.

Boars Plough, Order of

Meta-pattern:
This name follows the pattern of naming orders after saints + objects, found in Medieval Secular Order Names by Juliana de Luna (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/order/new/). Precedent permits this pattern to be used without including the word saint in the Order name. [Nov. 2014 LoAR, A-East: Carillion, Barony of. Order name Order of Irons Bell]

An LoAR ruling in November 2017 [Atlantia] (https://heraldry.sca.org/loar/2017/11/17-11lar.html#82) states:

Nottinghill Coill, Barony of. Order name Award of Shields Knot
... However, the order name Award of Shields Knot can be constructed by using the attested 16th century English surname Shield as a given name, and then following the pattern of Saint + Object of Veneration, such as in the Order of Irons Bell [Carillion, Barony of. Order name Order of Irons Bell, 11/2014 LoAR, A-East].
Boar: Late period surname documented via IGI record for Susanna Boar, christening 07 Jan 1613, Ropsley, Lincoln, England, Batch C03115-2 (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:JQR9-YFM)

Plough:

As a period charge:
A period heraldic charge dated to 1460 in the arms of Smeton. Found on Mistholme's Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry. (http://mistholme.com/dictionary/plough/)

As a period term:
The Middle English Dictionary, s.v. plǒugh (n.) Also plough, plouȝ, ploug, plouh, plogh, plog, ploh, ploch, (?errors) blouȝ, ploc, plok, ploxh, & plou, plouw, plo & plought, plouth, ploght, ploth, ploiȝt, ploigth & (N) plugh, pluȝ, pleugh, plu(e, pleu, has plough dated to at least 1380: "?c1425(c1380) Chaucer Form.A.(Benson-Robinson) 9: Yit nas the ground nat wounded with the plough [vr. plowght]." (http://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/m/mec/med-idx?type=id&id=MED33760)
Order Name Notes:
This Order will be awarded for service.


15: Coeur d'Ennui, Barony of - New Order Name

OSCAR thinks the name is registered as Coeur d'Ennui, Barony of in July of 1984, via Calontir.

Boars Sword, Order of

Meta-pattern:
This name follows the pattern of naming orders after saints + objects, found in Medieval Secular Order Names by Juliana de Luna (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/order/new/). Precedent permits this pattern to be used without including the word saint in the Order name. [Nov. 2014 LoAR, A-East: Carillion, Barony of. Order name Order of Irons Bell]

An LoAR ruling in November 2017 [Atlantia] (https://heraldry.sca.org/loar/2017/11/17-11lar.html#82) states:

Nottinghill Coill, Barony of. Order name Award of Shields Knot
... However, the order name Award of Shields Knot can be constructed by using the attested 16th century English surname Shield as a given name, and then following the pattern of Saint + Object of Veneration, such as in the Order of Irons Bell [Carillion, Barony of. Order name Order of Irons Bell, 11/2014 LoAR, A-East].
Boar: Late period surname documented via IGI record for Susanna Boar, christening 07 Jan 1613, Ropsley, Lincoln, England, Batch C03115-2 (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:JQR9-YFM)

Sword:

As a period charge:
A period heraldic charge dated from 1275 in the canting arms of Marmion. Found on Mistholme's Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry. (http://mistholme.com/dictionary/sword/)

As a period term:
A weapon found in period. The Middle English Dictionary, header entry, Also sworde, squorde, sorde, sward(e, swẹ̄̆rd(e, sqwerd, swerid, swert, sweord(e, swird(e, swierd, (K) zuord(e, (N) surd, (NWM) squrd & (early) swuerde, swurd(e, (SWM) sweorede, sweort, swærd, (?infl.) sweorden & (in place names) sor-, sour-, sur- & (?error) swrde, (errors) shwrd, fweord, qwerd; pl. swordes, etc. & sverdis, (early SWM) sweor(e)den & (error) swreddez, has sword dated to at least 1500: "a1500 MSerm.Mol.(Adv 19.3.1) 83: Owt of ther balys come iiij and xxte oxon playng at the sword and bokelar." (http://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/m/mec/med-idx?type=id&id=MED44308)
Order Name Notes:
This Order will be awarded for cut and thrust activities.


16: Coeur d'Ennui, Barony of - New Order Name

OSCAR thinks the name is registered as Coeur d'Ennui, Barony of in July of 1984, via Calontir.

Boars Wheel, Order of

Meta-pattern:
This name follows the pattern of naming orders after saints + objects, found in Medieval Secular Order Names by Juliana de Luna (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/order/new/). Precedent permits this pattern to be used without including the word saint in the Order name. [Nov. 2014 LoAR, A-East: Carillion, Barony of. Order name Order of Irons Bell]

An LoAR ruling in November 2017 [Atlantia] (https://heraldry.sca.org/loar/2017/11/17-11lar.html#82) states:

Nottinghill Coill, Barony of. Order name Award of Shields Knot
... However, the order name Award of Shields Knot can be constructed by using the attested 16th century English surname Shield as a given name, and then following the pattern of Saint + Object of Veneration, such as in the Order of Irons Bell [Carillion, Barony of. Order name Order of Irons Bell, 11/2014 LoAR, A-East].
Boar: Late period surname documented via IGI record for Susanna Boar, christening 07 Jan 1613, Ropsley, Lincoln, England, Batch C03115-2 (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:JQR9-YFM)

Wheel:

As a period charge:
A period heraldic charge found in the arms of Berg, 1340. Found on Mistholme's Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry. (http://mistholme.com/dictionary/wheel/)

As a period term:
The Middle English Dictionary, s.v. whēl(e (n.(1)) Also whelle, wheol(e, whil(e, whille, whiel(e, wel(e, welle, wil(e, wille, qhel, (N or chiefly N) wheil(e, wheille, weil(e, qwhele, qwel(e, qweil, quel(e, quelle, quil(e, (SW) weol, (K) hueȝel & (early, chiefly SW or SWM) hwel, hweol, ȝweol(e & (in names) whiwel, whul, whe(n)les, whegel, weghel, weul, wenles, wetheles, w(u)l, wlue, huwel, quen & (error) wlele; pl. wheles, etc. & welus, (K) whewelen, (SW) woeles, (early SW) ȝweles, has wheel dated to at least 1395: "(c1395) Chaucer CT.Sum.(Manly-Rickert) D.2269: Sette hym on the wheel, right of this cart." (http://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/m/mec/med-idx?type=id&id=MED52456)
Order Name Notes:
This Order will be awarded for youth service activities.


17: Dorcas Whitecap - New Heraldic Title

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in January of 1992, via Calontir.

Mistle Thrush Herald

Submitter has no desire as to gender.

Meta Pattern:
This heraldic title follows the period pattern of charge herald. Heraldic titles were derived from heraldic charges. The following examples using birds as charges are found in Heraldic Titles from the Middle Ages and Renaissance: Standard Forms by Origin and Country by Julia Smith (http://medievalscotland.org/jes/HeraldicTitles/heraldic_titles_by_type.shtml#CHARGES)

Faucon King of Arms or Herald or Pursuivant - English, dated 1359 - 1531
Eagle Vert Pursuivant - English, dated 1429
Eagle Pursuivant - English, dated 1389
Corbin Pursuivant - English, dated 1431

SENA A.2.B.2.b. Plants and Animals: There is a pattern of creating new charges from European plants and animals. Thus an item that can be documented as a plant or animal found in period Europe is registerable.

Mistle Thrush:

As a period animal:
The Mistle Thrush is a European songbird. It was drawn by Giovanni da Udine (Giovanni dei Ricamatori), Udine, 1487 - Rome, 1564. Copies of pages from the catalogue for the Exhibition "Raphael to Renoir: Drawings from the Collection of Jean Bonna", held at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, from January 21 to April 26, 2009, and at the National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh, from June 5 to September 6, 2009 are included. (See images below.)

As a period term:
Commentary noted the OED lists the spelling as missell thrush and the name itself appears in 1646 in ir T. Browne Pseudodoxia Epidemica ii. vi. 98 "One kind of thrush called ἰξοβόρος, the missell thrush or feeder upon misseltoe." There is also a slightly earlier reference in the OED of the "Missel-Bird" (1626): "1626 Bacon Sylua Syluarum §556 An Idle Tradition, that there is a Bird, called a Missel-Bird, that feedeth upon a seed which many times shee cannot digest [etc.]."

The Middle English Dictionary, s.v. throstel-cok (n.) Also throstelkok, -coke, throstilkock, -cokke, threstelcoc, -kok, thirstillecok, (in surname) throstelkoc & (error) thurstelock, defines the thrush as "(a) The male of any of several members of the thrush family, esp. the song thrush (Turdus philomelos), blackbird (Turdus merula), or mistle thrush (Turdus viscivorus); (b) as surname" dated to at least 1300. (http://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/m/mec/med-idx?type=id&id=MED45558)

Using Lingua Anglica allows for mistle thrush.
Heraldic Title Notes:
Submitter was created a Herald Extraordinary by Saito Takauji Gold Falcon on April 14, 2018.

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#1 https://oscar.sca.org/showimage.php?I=835/2018-07-01/15-06-02_Dorcas_Whitecap_Heraldic_Title01.jpg
#2 https://oscar.sca.org/showimage.php?I=835/2018-07-01/15-06-03_Dorcas_Whitecap_Heraldic_Title02.jpg
#3 https://oscar.sca.org/showimage.php?I=835/2018-07-01/15-06-05_Dorcas_Whitecap_Heraldic_Title03.jpg


18: Helias Hawke - New Name

Helias: Given name listed in Men's Given Names from Early 13th Century England by Talan Gwynek (Brian M. Scott), s.n. Elias. (https://www.s-gabriel.org/names/talan/eng13/eng13m.html)

Also listed in the DMNES, s.n. Elias. (http://dmnes.org/name/Elias)

Hawke: Surname documented via Family Search entry for Marget Hawke, christening 22 Dec 1572, ST Benet Fink, London,England, Batch C02229-2. (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:NL5K-KY8)

Also found as a surname in Names from 15th Century York by Karen Larsdatter (Karen Harris) (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/york15/surnames-alphabetical.htm#H)

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#2 https://oscar.sca.org/showimage.php?I=835/2018-07-01/15-07-27_Helias_Hawke_name02.jpg


19: Katherine Northreppes - New Device

OSCAR finds the name on the Calontir LoI of January 31, 2017 as submitted.

Per bend sinister vert and argent, a catamount passant and a bordure counterchanged

Device Notes:
This name was registered in April of 2017 (via Calontir). (http://heraldry.sca.org/loar/2017/04/17-04lar.html#91)

The catamount used in this submission was registered without comment to Abigail Crane in November 2015 via the East. (http://oscar.sca.org/index.php?action=145&id=56998)


20: Lasair Táilliúir - New Acceptance of Badge

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in February of 2002, via Calontir.

Per chevron gules and argent, two decrescents argent and an owl affronty purpure

I, [legal name redacted], known in the SCA as Lasair Táilliúir, do accept the transfer from [legal name redacted], known in the SCA as Mór Bhallach inghean Domhnaill, the following badge "Per chevron gules and argent, two decrescents argent and an owl affronty purpure" as a badge. I understand that this transfer cannot be withdrawn once made.

dated 5/10/2018

[redacted legal signature]


21: Mór Bhallach inghean Domhnaill - New Transfer of Badge

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in February of 2009, via Calontir.

Per chevron gules and argent, two decrescents argent and an owl affronty purpure

I, [legal name redacted], known in the SCA as Mór Bhallach inghean Domhnaill, do transfer to [legal name redacted], known in the SCA as Lasair Táilliúir, the following badge "Per chevron gules and argent, two decrescents argent and an owl affronty purpure". I understand that this transfer cannot be withdrawn once made.

dated 5/10/2018

[redacted legal signature]


22: Sóma Tyrvadóttir - New Device

OSCAR finds the name on the Calontir LoI of September 30, 2017 as submitted.

Or, in bend three wolf's paw prints bendwise azure

Device Notes:
This name was registered in December of 2017 (via Calontir). (http://heraldry.sca.org/loar/2017/12/17-12lar.html#140)

SENA Appendix G.A. allows for the use of a paw print as a Step From Period Practice.


23: Sóma Tyrvadóttir - New Badge

OSCAR finds the name on the Calontir LoI of September 30, 2017 as submitted.

Or, a wolf's paw print bendwise azure

Device Notes:
This name was registered in December of 2017 (via Calontir). (http://heraldry.sca.org/loar/2017/12/17-12lar.html#140)

SENA Appendix G.A. allows for the use of a paw print as a Step From Period Practice.


24: Tegzes Kató - New Name

Kató: Hungarian feminine given name variant of Katalin dated to 1568 listed in Hungarian Feminine Names by Walraven van Nijmegen (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/magfem2.html)

Tegzes: Hungarian descriptive byname meaning "with quiver": metonymic for an archer or craftsman, dated to 1427. Found in Names of Property Owners in Northern Hungary, 1427 by Kolosvari Arpadne Julia (https://www.s-gabriel.org/names/julia/kamarahaszna.html#desc)

Per SENA Appendix A, Hungarian names can be ordered as byname + given name.


25: Wilfrid de Lokwode - New Name

Submitter desires a masculine name.
Spelling (Wilfrid de Lokwode) most important.

Wilfrid: Old English masculine given name, Withycombe, 3rd ed, p. 293, s.n. Wilfred, Wilfrid has St. Wilfrith or Wilfrid dated to (c. 634-709).

Numerous churches in England point to the saint's continuous veneration throughout period. A search yielded 178 results listed (https://historicengland.org.uk/sitesearch?terms=wilfrid&pageSize=undefined&searchtype=sitesearch) with a brief sampling here:

St Wilfrid, Rectory Road, Old Arley, Warwickshire (https://historicengland.org.uk/services-skills/grants/visit/st-wilfrid-rectory-road-cv7-8fl/) [See image below.]
St Wilfrid, Main Street, Monk Fryston, North Yorkshire (https://historicengland.org.uk/services-skills/grants/visit/st-wilfrid-main-street-ls25-5dx/) [See image below.]

de Lokwode: English surname, R&W 3rd ed, p. 282, s.n. Lockwood has Adam de Lokwode dated to 1352.

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Herzlichen Danke to Laurel Sovereign of Arms, the Laurel Staff and the SCA College of Arms for their consideration of this letter.

Ich dien,
Gotfrid von Schwaben
Saker Herolt


OSCAR counts 5 New Names, 13 New Order Names, 1 New Heraldic Title, 3 New Devices and 2 New Badges. These 24 items are chargeable, Laurel should receive $96 for them. There is 1 transfer, which does not require payment. There is 1 acceptance of transfer, which does not require payment. There are a total of 26 items submitted on this letter.