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West LoI dated 2018-10-28

Unto Dame Juliana de Luna, Laurel; Mistress Alys Mackyntoich, Pelican; Master Cormac Mor, Wreath; and the various members of the College of Arms, greetings from Lady Edith of Swanesdale, Matins Herald for the Kingdom of the West!

Note: `NCS' notes citations found in the Admin Handbook, Appendix H - Sources That Do Not Require Photocopies to Laurel or on the new additions listed in the January 2018 LoAR but not yet updated onto the website.

It is the intent of the West Kingdom that the following be registered.

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1: Adhemar de Corbie - New Name & New Device

Per chevron argent and ermine, a chevron and in chief two ravens sable.

Submitter desires a masculine name.
No major changes.
Language (none noted) most important.
Culture (none noted) most important.
Meaning (none noted) most important.

The submitter will NOT accept MAJOR changes and cares about the meaning, language and/or culture (none noted) and gender (male) of the name.

Adhemar - from NCS Occitan Townspeople in the 14th Century - Masculine Given Names, by Juliana de Luna (Julia Smith), `Adhemar' [https://heraldry.sca.org/names/occitan/occitan-given-men.html#alpha].

de Corbie - from NCS An Index to the Given Names in the 1292 Census of Paris, by Lord Colm Dubh `Aleson de Corbie' [http://heraldry.sca.org/names/paris.html].

- from NCS Names from Lallaing 1384 â€" 1600: Bynames, by Domhnall na Moicheirghe (Donald Campbell) `de Corbie' 2 entries dd. 1494-1527' [http://heraldry.sca.org/names/lallaing/lallaing_names_bynames.html].

The French name formation <given + locative> is found in SENA Appendix A.


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2: Alana Patryson - New Name & New Device

Per pale wavy argent and azure, a Savoy knot palewise and a unicorn rampant counterchanged.

Sound most important.
Language most important.
Culture (I desire an Irish name) most important.

The submitter cares about the sound, language and/or culture (I desire an Irish name - edit to the information on the form: the submitter desires the submitted given name and byname over the request for an Irish name.)

The name was submitted as `Alana ni Patryson', but based on the English and Scottish name formation, the West College believes that `ni' is inappropriate, as `Patryson' is a Scottish surname, and so removed it from the submitted name.

Alana - from the LoAR of 08/02. 'The name Alana has been found in period by Tangwystyl verch Morgant Glasvryn cited (1381) [Robertus Filius Radulf] and [Alana filia eius]. This citation is from Fenwick, Carolyn C, Poll Taxes of 1377, 1379 and 1381, Part 1: Bedfordshire- Licestershire p 112.'

"...taff. An assize, etc., if William de Stubbeley the brother of Thomas de Stubbeley was seised as of fee, etc., of twelve acres of land in Melewys (Millwich) when he died, which Alana (sic) the widow of William de Stubbeley holds. Alana stated that William did not die seised of the land as of fee, and that he held it conjointly with her."

And from: 'Plea Rolls for Staffordshire: 16 Edward I', Staffordshire Historical Collections, vol. 6 part 1 (1885), pp. 173-183. [http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=52437&strquery=alana] Date accessed: 30 August 2010.

And 292.Alina alias Alana Wake. C. Hen. III. File 15. (7.) from: 'Inquisitions Post Mortem, Henry III, File 15', Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem, Volume 1: Henry III (1904), pp. 74-80. [http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=108011&strquery=alana] Date accessed: 30 August 2010.

Patryson - from NCS [Black] pg. 649 under the header <Paterson> lists a wide variety of spellings as variants of the Scots form of `Patrick's son': `Moving from the Gaelic into English spellings resulted in the typical wide range of surname spellings. By example, William Patrison and John Patonson, a 'gentillmen,' were witnesses in Aberdeen in 1446, Donald Patyrson was admitted burgess of Aberdeen in 1494, Robert Patersoun was 'capitane of ane were schip of Dundee' in 1544, Fyndlay Patersoun had a tack of the lands of Owar Elrik from the Abbey of Cupar in 1557, and so on.'

With this wide variety of recorded spellings, we submit that `Patryson' is a reasonable extrapolation, and that the usage and time-period show that the name was then in use as a surname rather than a patronymic.

The English name formation <given + byname> is found SENA Appendix A and the English and lowland-Scots language combination is acceptable per SENA Appendix C.


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3: Alric Skegglauss - New Name & New Device

Per saltire sable and gules, in pale a wolf's head couped argent and a dragon's head couped Or.

Submitter desires a masculine name.
No major changes.
Sound (the sound of `Alric') most important.
Meaning (Skegglauss (beardless)) most important.

The submitter will NOT accept MAJOR changes and cares about the meaning (Skegglauss (beardless) ), sound (the sound of `Alric'), and gender (male) of the name.

Alric - from the Domesday Book "spellings found in Domesday Book: Alric , Alrich, Alricus, Alricvs, Alrist, Elric, Elricus, Ælric, Ælricus" as recorded in:

Feilitzen, The Pre-Conquest Personal Names of Domesday Book, p. 150, under the header <Alric>. One of several spellings listed. The source as cited in the URL: [http://domesday.pase.ac.uk/Domesday?op=5&nameinfo_id=2585].

Skegglauss - from NCS Articles found at http://www.ellipsis.cx/~liana/names/names.html (website of Countess Aryanhwy merch Catmael): Viking Bynames found in the Landnámabók by Aryanhwy merch Catmael (Sara L. Uckelman): skegglauss, meaning beardless [http://ellipsis.cx/~liana/names/norse/vikbynames.html].

from NCS Geirr Bassi, pg. 27 `skegglauss'.

The Scandinavian name formation <given + byname> is found in SENA Appendix A and Old English and the Scandinavian languages are compatible per SENA Appendix C.


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4: Asger Úlfriksson - New Name & New Device

Azure, a tree blasted argent and on a chief Or a dragon passant gules.

Submitter desires a masculine name.
Language (Old Norse / Dane circa 900 - 1000 a.d.) most important.
Culture (Old Norse / Dane circa 900 - 1000 a.d.) most important.

The submitter cares about the language and/or culture (Old Norse / Dane circa 900 - 1000 a.d.) and the gender (male) of the name.

Asger - from NCS Academy of St. Gabriel report # 1066 `Asger (A/sgeirr, Esger)' "Most of these are Scandinavian names known to have been used in England or are Anglo-Scandinavian names found in the Danelaw." The forms in parentheses are the normalized Old Norse, Old Swedish, or Old Danish forms. [http://www.panix.com/~gabriel/public-bin/showfinal.cgi?1066+0].

Úlfriksson - formed from `Úlfrikr', NCS Academy of St. Gabriel report # 2037 `U/lfrekr' and `Ulfrik' [http://www.panix.com/~gabriel/public-bin/showfinal.cgi?2037+0].

- from Nordiskt runnamnslexikon by Lena Peterson pg. 241:

Ulfrīkr mn.

Fda. Ulfrik, fvn. Úlfrekr

F.l. à Ulf-, e.l. à -rīkr.

Nom. [ulfrikr] N223 $ B, [ulf(r)k(r)] N237†A, wufri(k) BrE14/(se Wulfrīc)

Ack. ulfrik Sö280, U241

Beläggen e N223, N237 avser troll. samma person.

Formed to the patronymic by adding `-sson' per NCS [Geirr Bassi] pg. 17 names ending in `-r' are changed to `-s' + `-son', so `Úlfrikr' becomes `Úlfriksson'.

The name formation <given + byname> is acceptable for all Scandinavian languages and all English variations per SENA Appendix A. Per SENA, Appendix C, Old English is compatible with Scandinavian languages.

The above submission has images. To view them, see the URLs below:
#1 https://oscar.sca.org/showimage.php?I=1965/2018-10-25/10-16-41_asger_name_doc01.jpg
#2 https://oscar.sca.org/showimage.php?I=1965/2018-10-25/10-16-41_asger_name_doc02.jpg
#3 https://oscar.sca.org/showimage.php?I=1965/2018-10-25/10-16-42_asger_name_doc03.jpg


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5: Bleda the Hun - New Name & New Device

Sable, a winged serpent ondoyant contourny Or.

Submitter has no desire as to gender.
No changes.

The submitter will NOT accept ANY changes and does not care about the gender of the name.

The West College requests assistance documenting this name.

We were unable to document the formation of the name `the Hun' (using the lingua Anglica rule) in such a way that it would be compatible with `Bleda', and as the submitter listed NO changes, we therefor send it on to see if anyone else is able to provide such documentation.

Bleda - from The World of the Huns by Otto J. Maenchen-Helfen: pg. 387-388 "Bleda Attila's older brother. The Greek sources have Bλήδας and Bλίδας, the Latin Bleda. The Arian bishop whom Marcian sent as his ambassador to Geiseric, and one of Totila's generals had the same name. It is generally agreed that Bleda is Germanic, the short form of a name like OHG Bladardus, Baltgildus, Blatgisus. Bleda of Marcellinus Comes (s.a. 442) appears in Bede's Chronicle in the strange form Blædla. The English scribes "corrected" the name; they knew it was Blædla from oral tradition where the name was adapted to Ætla."

the Hun - from ?

The (language) name formation <given + ??> is found <??>.

Commentary from the West College was that, as originally depicted, the wings of the serpent disappeared into its body to the point that they were not identifiable. The submitter then provided an alternate depiction, which is the image submitted for registration.

The above submission has images. To view them, see the URLs below:
#1 https://oscar.sca.org/showimage.php?I=1965/2018-10-05/11-00-52_bleda_namedoc01.jpg
#2 https://oscar.sca.org/showimage.php?I=1965/2018-10-05/11-00-52_bleda_namedoc02.jpg
#3 https://oscar.sca.org/showimage.php?I=1965/2018-10-05/11-00-53_bleda_namedoc03.jpg
#4 https://oscar.sca.org/showimage.php?I=1965/2018-10-05/11-00-53_bleda_namedoc04.jpg
#5 https://oscar.sca.org/showimage.php?I=1965/2018-10-05/11-00-53_bleda_namedoc05.jpg

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#1 https://oscar.sca.org/showimage.php?I=1965/2018-10-05/11-02-50_bleda_deviceLD_Mini.jpg
#2 https://oscar.sca.org/showimage.php?I=1965/2018-10-05/11-02-51_bleda_device_Mini.jpg


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6: Christopher of York - New Device Change

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in December of 1992, via the East.

Sable, a tiger's head cabossed Or marked sable, a bordure embattled ermine.

Old Item: Counterermine, a natural tiger's head cabossed Or marked sable, a bordure ermine, to be released.

The previously registered Counterermine, a natural tiger's head cabossed Or marked sable, a bordure ermine, registered June 2001 via AEthemearc, is to be released upon registration of this submission.


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7: Freydís Úlfsdóttir - New Name Change

OSCAR NOTE: filing name should not be registered for a primary name change. It was, in in January of 2019, via the West.

Old Item: Farleigh de Grey, to be retained as an alternate name.
No major changes.
Client requests authenticity for 9th-11th Century Norse.
Language most important.
Culture most important.

The previously registered `Farleigh de Grey' is to be retained as an alternate. The submitter will NOT accept any MAJOR changes and cares about the language and/or culture with a request for AUTHENTICITY for 9th-11th Century Norse.

Originally submitted as 'Freydís Ulfsdottir' (only marking over the 'i' in Freydis), the submitter clarified that she wishes to use the correct accents and diacritical marks across the entire name, and the submission has been adjusted accordingly.

Freydís - Freydís: found in Eiríks saga rauða [p.24 of the volume published in 1926 by Benedikt Sveinsson, available at https://archive.org/details/8SSUP19085-34-NOR/page/n11].

- from The Viking Answer Lady under Names:

Freydís, Frøydís

The first element Frey- or Frøy- derives from Primitive Scandinavian *fraujaR "lord". As with other words in the Scandinavian languages this word became a god's name (OW.Norse Freyr; Old Danish, Old Swedish Frø), the name first element Frey- or Frøy- means in part "lord", but also signifies the god. The OW.Norse form of this name is Freydís. Found in a runic inscription in the nominative form frau×tis. The name Freydís is found in Eiríks saga rauða, c. late 1100's, and in Grænlendinga saga (1382-1395) for the daughter of Eiríkr rauðr. Freydís was memorable, but not likable. She stands out historically as the first European ax-murderess in the New World. A short-form for names in -dís is Dísa.

FJ pp. 343; CV pp. xxxiv s.v. "Pet Names"; CV pp. 100 s.v. dís; NR s.v. Frøydís, Frøy-, -dís

[http://www.vikinganswerlady.com/ONWomensNames.shtml#f].

Úlfsdóttir - from NCS [Geirr Bassi]: pg. 15 `Úlfr'. Pg. 17 forming a patronymic from a name ending in `-r' changes to ending in `-s' and adds `-dóttir'. `Úlfr' becomes `Úlfsdóttir'.

The Old Norse name formation <given + byname> is acceptable per SENA Appendix A.

The above submission has images. To view them, see the URLs below:
#1 https://oscar.sca.org/showimage.php?I=1965/2018-10-05/15-58-41_freydis_name_doc01.jpeg
#2 https://oscar.sca.org/showimage.php?I=1965/2018-10-05/15-58-41_freydis_name_doc02.jpeg


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8: Ginevra Lorenzo - New Device

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in March of 2002, via Atlantia.

Or, a compass rose and on a mount azure a drakkar argent.

This submission came in with a different depiction of the compass rose. With the Oct. 2010 Precedent: "Please advise the submitter that while the rays of a compass rose may overlap the outer ring, they should not extend beyond it, with the exception of the northmark." an updated depiction was requested of and provided by the submitter.

The above submission has images. To view them, see the URLs below:
#1 https://oscar.sca.org/showimage.php?I=1965/2018-10-17/10-02-59_ginevra_deviceLD_Mini.jpeg


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9: Hannah the Storyteller - New Name Change

OSCAR NOTE: filing name should not be registered for a primary name change. It was, in in January of 2019, via the West.

Old Item: Hannah Story Teller, to be retained as an alternate name.
Submitter has no desire as to gender.
No changes.

The previously registered `Hannah Story Teller' is to be retained as an alternate.

The submitter will NOT accept ANY changes and has no preference for the gender of the name.

Hannah - this is the submitter's registered given name and is neutral in place and time under the ERA: SENA PN.1.B.2.g "The Existing Registration Allowance: In a new personal name submission, an individual may use name phrases already registered to them, even if that name phrase would no longer be allowed under the current rules. Only the exact, actual name phrase from the registered form may be used, not variants, patterns, etc. The use of the existing registration allowance does not allow the submitter to evade new style problems (as discussed in PN.2 below). It only allows the submitter to keep style problems that already exist with the registered name.

A name phrase from a registered name of an individual may also be registered by a close legal relative (such as parent, spouse, child, sibling, etc.). To do this, the submitter must demonstrate the relationship through legal documents or through attestation of relationship from the individual whose name is already registered. Documentation under this allowance does not exempt a name or name phrase from conflict, presumption, or offense rules, unless that rules violation is itself part of the existing registration in question."

the Storyteller - from NCS [Cleasby and Vigfusson] An Icelandic-English Dictionary gives <tǫlumaðr>. The first part is the genitive (possessive) form of tala. [pgs 624 - 625]. Translating the parts separately, "story-having man," or as we say in English, "storyteller."

- from NCS [MED] The Middle English Dictionary. a1525(?1450) Cov.Leet Bk. 251: Will. Storiour. (a) A historian, chronicler; also, an author; a teller of tales;

fundamental ~, an original author; (b) as surname. "Teller of tales" i.e. "storyteller."

The Lingua Anglica rule allows for descriptive bynames to be translated into English.

Submitter will also accept "Hannah Storyteller" if for some reason that can be registered and "Hannah the Storyteller" cannot. If neither can be registered, submitter suggests we all forget this ever happened.


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10: Hawise de Pevensey - New Name & New Device

Per pale vert and Or, a unicorn argent and a griffon gules combatant, in chief a rose purpure.

Submitter desires a feminine name.
No major changes.
Sound (ha-wees de pevensey) most important.

The submitter will NOT accept any MAJOR changes and cares about the sound (ha-wees de pevensey) and the gender (female) of the name.

Hawise - from Feminine Given Names in A Dictionary of English Surnames Part Three: The Names H-Z, by Talan Gwynek (mda Brian M. Scott), "Hawise 1206 Stanway; 1273 (W); 1327 Wenham; 1387-88 Whitehurst" [http://heraldry.sca.org/names/reaneyHZ.html].

de - Middle English locative from SENA Appendix A

Pevensey - from Place-Names of Sussex by R.G. Roberts, published 1914: pp. 122-123 under `Pevensey, and Pevensey Bay', a variety of spellings including `Pevensey' dd.1239, 1245, 1326 [https://archive.org/details/placenamesofsuss00robeiala/page/n5].

The English name formation <given + locative> is acceptable per SENA Appendix A.

The image first submitted depicted the beasties as short and low on the fess-line if they were to be considered co-primaries, with the flower as a secondary. The image was adjusted and approved by the submitter to make the beasties larger/taller and clearly co-primaries.

The above submission has images. To view them, see the URLs below:
#1 https://oscar.sca.org/showimage.php?I=1965/2018-10-05/11-13-15_hawise_name_doc01.jpeg
#2 https://oscar.sca.org/showimage.php?I=1965/2018-10-05/11-13-16_hawise_name_doc02.jpeg
#3 https://oscar.sca.org/showimage.php?I=1965/2018-10-05/11-13-16_hawise_name_doc03.jpeg

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#1 https://oscar.sca.org/showimage.php?I=1965/2018-10-05/11-14-54_hawise_deviceLD_Mini.jpeg


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11: Jane the Reborn - New Name Change

OSCAR NOTE: the old name was registered in July of 1992, via the West.

Old Item: Aldwin Wolfling, to be released.
No changes.

The previously registered `Aldwin Wolfling' is to be released. The submitter will NOT accept ANY changes and marked no other boxes.

Jane - from NCS Names found in Rangeworthy Bishops, Gloucestershire, Registers 1575-1600 by Aryanhwy merch Catmael (Sara L. Friedemann): Jane dd. 1579, 1598 [http://heraldry.sca.org/names/english/bishops.html].

the Reborn - from `le Regenerat' - adj. = Reborn, from the Middle English Dictionary, see attachment. Using SENA PN1.B.2.c Lingua Anglica Allowance to translate to `the Reborn'.

- from NCS FamilySearch M Batch: Thomas Reborn, married Oct 1587, Glatton, Huntingdon, England, Batch M16864-1 [https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:NVHB-PMG].

The English name formation <given + byname> is acceptable per SENA Appendix A.

The above submission has images. To view them, see the URLs below:
#1 https://oscar.sca.org/showimage.php?I=1965/2018-10-05/11-24-37_jane_name_doc01.jpg


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12: Johanna Englehardt - New Name & New Device

Azure, a unicorn passant argent armed and crined and on a chief embattled Or three crosses fleuretty purpure.

Submitter desires a feminine name.
No major changes.

The submitter will NOT accept MAJOR changes and cares about the gender (female) of the name.

Johanna - from NCS FamilySearch B batch: Johanna Kraut, died Jul 1600, Donzdorf, Württemberg, Germany, Batch B95881-1 [https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:JWYY-HYN].

- from NCS Socin, p. 90: Johana filia Trodewini Adelige Bresgau 1094, Johanna Tochter der Cecilia von Belmont 1185, Johanna Tochter des Anshelm Puluchet Waadt 1192.

Englehardt - from NCS FamilySearch B batch: Clara Englehardt, married June 1617, Sankt Johann Evangelisch, Schwaebisch Hall, Jagstkreis, Wuer listed under Germany Marriages, Batch B95881-1 [https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:J4PT-YGD].

- from NCS Brechenmacher, volume 1, p. 406, under the header <Engelhar(d)t>, Engelhart 1363 Joh. Engelhardi aus Wizenhausen, Notar zu Kassel, Bahlow.

The German name formation <given + byname> is acceptable per SENA Appendix A.


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13: Johanne McYnun - New Name

No major changes.
Language (Scottish) most important.
Culture (Scottish) most important.

The submitter will NOT accept MAJOR changes and cares about the language and/or culture (Scottish) of the name.

Johanne - from NCS Names from 13th Century Scottish Parliamentary Records by Alys Mackyntoich (Alissa Pyrich) `Johanne' dd. 1255 [http://heraldry.sca.org/names/Namesfrom13thCenturyScottishParliamentaryRecords.html].

McYnun - from NCS [Black] pg. 531 under the header MacKinnon: `McYnun' dd. 1577.

Per Precedent from the Sept 2013 LoAR Cover Letter, the West College understands that this name will most likely be adjusted to `MacYnun':

"… both Mc and M' will be expanded to Mac for registration purposes. Individuals with names expanded to Mac should of course feel free to use abbreviated forms like Mc and M' as documentary forms of their name."

The Scottish name formation <given + byname> is found in SENA Appendix A.


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14: Kean de Lacy - New Household Name

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in November of 1998, via Caid.

Company of the Argent Fox

No boxes marked.

Company is one of the allowed designators for a household name per SENA Appendix E.

Argent Fox - <color + heraldic charge>.

According to Precedent as established and quoted in the Dec. 2013 LoAR under AnTir acceptances:

"Tristram O'Shee. Household name Company of the Red Dragon.

Submitted as Red Dragon Company, commenters could not find evidence of a company name using the pattern X Company, where X is a charge or a color + charge. However, the pattern Company of the X can be justified as the lingua Anglica form of an order name or fraternal organization. Although the submitter did not allow major changes, he permitted the change to Company of the Red Dragon. We have done so in order to register the name."

Based on this Precedent, `Company of the Argent Fox' is an acceptable pattern and formation.


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15: Lavina Stevenson - New Name

Submitter desires a feminine name.

The submitter cares about the gender (female) of the name.

Lavina - from NCS Feminine Given Names in A Dictionary of English Surnames, Part Three: The Names H-Z by Talan Gwynek (mka Brian M. Scott): "Lavina Perh. < Lat LAVINIA, for which see DECN.

Lavena 1346 (W)

Lavin 1201 Lavin

Lavina 1203, 1337 Lavin"

[http://heraldry.sca.org/names/reaneyHZ.html].

- from NCS Withycombe: p. 192 under the header `Lavinia': Lavina dd. 1201, 1203.

Stevenson - from NCS FamilySearch C Batch: Katheryn Stevenson christened Dec 1571, Saint Michael, New Malton, York, England, Batch C10851-3 [https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:NKD1-R3F].

- from NCS Reaney & Wilson: p. 426 under the header `Stephenson': Steveneson 1327, Stephenson 1395. Stevenson is a reasonable spelling variation.

The English name formation <given + byname> is found in SENA Appendix A.


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16: Liam Stevenson - New Name

Submitter desires a masculine name.

The submitter cares about the gender (male) of the name.

Liam - from NCS FamilySearch M Batch: Joana Liam married 1592, Elsworth, Cambridge, England, Batch M13053-1 [https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:NJ1W-6MF]

- and the late period English usage of a surname as a given name is allowable as per the Precedent established in the April 2010 LoAR: "The LoI also documented a pattern of English surnames being used as given names in the second half of the 16th C and early 17th C. Therefore, Alton is registerable as an English surname used as a given name following this late 16th C practice."

Stevenson - from NCS FamilySearch C Batch: Katheryn Stevenson christened Dec 1571, Saint Michael, New Malton, York, England, Batch C10851-3 [https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:NKD1-R3F]

- from NCS Reaney & Wilson: p. 426 under the header `Stephenson': Steveneson 1327, Stephenson 1395. Stevenson is a reasonable spelling variation.

The English name formation <given + byname> is found in SENA Appendix A.


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17: Luxia Sabina - New Name Change

OSCAR NOTE: filing name should not be registered for a primary name change. It was, in in January of 2019, via the West.

Old Item: Lisette la Serena, to be retained as an alternate name.
Submitter desires a feminine name.
No changes.

The previously registered Lisette la Serena is to be Retained as an Alteranate.

The submitter will NOT accept ANY changes and cares about the gender (female) of the name. Submitted as a New Alternate name, the submitter contacted Matins and requested the submission proceed as a New Primary name, with `Lisette la Serena' retained as an Alternate.

Luxia - from NCS A Simple Guide to Imperial Roman Names by Ursula Georges: Women's names formed by changing the ending from `-us' to `-a', Nomen: `Luxius' changed to `Luxia' [http://heraldry.sca.org/names/roman.html].

Sabina - from NCS A Simple Guide to Imperial Roman Names by Ursula Georges: Women's names formed by changing the ending from `-us' to `-a', Cognomen: `Sabinus' changed to `Sabina' [http://heraldry.sca.org/names/roman.html].

The Roman name formation <Feminine Nomen + Feminine Cognomen> is found in NCS A Simple Guide to Imperial Roman Names by Ursula Georges [http://heraldry.sca.org/names/roman.html].


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18: Magnus Harou - New Name & New Device

Azure, a wolf's head erased contourny within an orle argent.

The submitter marked no boxes.

The West College requests assistance documenting this name.

Magnus - from NCS [Dauzat]: pg.404 Magnus Olafsson better known as Magnus the Good King of Norway 1035 and Denmark 1042 Magnet which reference St. Magnus.

Magnus: NCS Bassi: pg. 13.

Magnus: NCS Withycombe: pg. 203, Magnus dd. 1200, 1207.

Harou - from NCS Dauzat: pg. 321 Harou or Haro.

Unfortunately, Dauzat's names are undated. If 'Harou' can be documented early enough, Frankish names are compatible with Scandinavian names, per SENA, Appendix C.

- from The Viking Network: The Vikings in Normandy, Norman family names of Viking Origin: Norman family name: Harou, Scandinavian origin and meaning (if known): Harulf (the army's wolf, warrior) [http://www.viking.no/e/france/family-names.html].

The French name formation <given + byname> is found SENA Appendix A.

Conflict: Greyhope, Shire of, badge (April 1994 via the Middle): Azure, a greyhound's head erased contourny within a mascle argent.

There is one Difference for the change from mascle or orle, two Differences are required to clear conflict. Permission to conflict granted by the Shire of Greyhope.

Note on the depiction: this device was originally submitted with the image of a `wolf's head erased' taken straight from the Pennsic Traceable Art project. That image does not meet the current standards for an `erased' head, and the image was adjusted with the permission of the submitter.

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19: Mang von Weisel - New Name Change

OSCAR NOTE: 'Old Item' should contain the former primary name. The form that is there is not a registered name.

Old Item: Özbeg of Gyldenholt, to be released.
Submitter desires a masculine name.
No major changes.
Spelling ('Mang') most important.

The previously registered `Özbeg of Gyldenholt' is to be Released upon registration of this name.

The submitter will NOT accept MAJOR changes and cares about the spelling (`Mang') and gender (male) of the name.

Mang - from NCS Bahlow: pg. 351, under the header `Mang': Mang Kraft 1451 and Mang Machenschalk 1474.

- in Triumph of Maximillian I, Plate 126 (Dover ISBN 0-486-21207-6 copyright 1964): Page 18, `Then shall come these soldiers on foot in groups of five abreast … Martin Swartz, Mang von Schafhausen'.

von - for the formation of a locative based on a place name from SENA Appendix A.

Weisel - Weisel is a municipality in the district of Rhein-Lahn, in the Rhineland-Palatinate, in western Germany. There are castles in the area that date back to 1275.

- from von Horn, W. O, translated by C. Benson. 1872. The Rhine: History and Legends of Its Castles, Abbeys, Monasteries, and Towns. P. 245. "The following day [March 24, 1324] he [Ludwig II] gave a charter of freedom to the town of Caub and the village of Weisel."

[https://wikivividly.com/lang-de/wiki/Weisel_(Rhein-Lahn-Kreis)] Weisel was first mentioned in 1275. It belonged together with Dörscheid and Kaub to the possession of the Lords of Falkenstein, until they bought Ludwig II of the Palatinate in 1277 and 1289 this. Weisel received on 23 March 1324 together with Caub of Emperor Ludwig the Bavarian city rights. In 1372, Elector Ruprecht I. burned down the village in a feud. [Google translation]

[https://www.regionalgeschichte.net/mittelrhein/doerscheid.html] Dörscheid probably came into being in the 9th century, but "Derscheid" is only mentioned in writing in 1250. Lords of the place at that time were the Reich Ministers of Falkenstein from Bolanden. In 1277, the Rhineland Palatine Count, reign title Ludwig II, acquired the place. Until the dissolution of the Palatine County in 1803, Dörscheid remained together with Sauerthal and Weisel at the Palatine county.

- from the Weisel, Germany modern website [http://www.weisel.info/] on the button, [http://www.weiseler-geschichte.de/] and under [https://www.weiseler-geschichte.de/de/geschichte-und-dokumente/] (history and documents), the first pull down menu is Historical Overview. Under Emergence of Weisel is: (from Google Translate): (see translated text in comments)

The German name formation <given + locative> is acceptable per SENA Appendix A.

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#1 https://oscar.sca.org/showimage.php?I=1965/2018-10-05/16-04-54_mang_name_doc01.jpeg
#2 https://oscar.sca.org/showimage.php?I=1965/2018-10-05/16-04-54_mang_name_doc02.jpeg


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20: Maurya Etain Sableswan - New Badge

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in November of 1990, via the East.

(Fieldless) A stag's head cabossed argent sustaining in its antlers a demi-sun Or.


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21: Miles FitzRolf - New Name & New Device

Sable, a dragon dormant to sinister and in chief between two arrowheads inverted gules fimbriated Or, a label argent.

The submitter marked no boxes.

Miles - from NCS Withycombe pp.219-220 under the header `Miles': "Miles" 15 C.

FitzRolf - from the Existing Registration Allowance, his father is "Jon FitzRolf, called the Lean" (registered Aug. 1979).

The English name formation <given + byname> is acceptable per SENA Appendix C.

This is the submitter's father's device "Sable, a dragon dormant to sinister and in chief two arrowheads inverted, all gules, fimbriated Or" with the addition of the label. Jon FitzRolf has provided permission for the conflict.

(Note that on the image of his father's device, as found on file with the Archivist, is written "Reverse direction of dragon".)

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22: Morgan Frederic Ward - New Alternate Name

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in December of 1989, via Caid.

Shibata Yasutake

No major changes.
Language (Japanese) most important.
Culture (Japanese) most important.
Meaning (brushwood-rice paddy, peaceful warrior) most important.

This is a New registration for an Alternate name: Shibata Yasutake.

The submitter will NOT accept MAJOR changes and cares about the meaning (brushwood-rice paddy, peaceful warrior) and the language and/or culture (Japanese) of the name.

Shibata - from NCS [NCMJ] Solveig Throndardottir. Name Construction in Mediaeval Japan: p. 162 under Bushes `Shibata', clan name

Yasutake - from NCS [NCMJ]: a nanori formed by combining two kanji (p.5 `nanori are most often composed of two kanji'): pp. 206-207 (kanji) `yasu' under Gentle/Safe/Secure and p.255 `take' under Strong/Brave/Military Force

The Japanese name formation <clan name + nanori> comes from NCS [NCMJ] on p.26.


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23: Odd inn Fundni - New Name & New Device

Per bend purpure and vert, a bend between three arrows bendwise inverted and two rabbits courant bendwise argent.

No changes.

The submitter marked on the form that they will NOT accept ANY changes, but then updated this preference as relating to `Odd'.

Odd - from NCS [R&W] "Odde atte Flete" pg. 2297.

If `Odd' cannot be documented, the submitter was contacted and expressed that they will accept `Oddr' as found in Geirr Bassi, pg. 13.

inn Fundni - from NCS [Cleasby & Vigfusson] pg. 154 under FINNA `inn Fundni'. Pg. 263 under HINN, HIN, HIT "Knutr inn Fundni'

The Scandinavian name formation <given + descriptive byname> is acceptable per SENA Appendix A.


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24: Petra von Weisel - New Name

Submitter desires a feminine name.
No changes.
Spelling (Petra) most important.

The submitter will NOT accept ANY changes and cares about the spelling (Petra) and gender (female) of the name.

Petra - from the Immigrant Ancestors Projekt by Spencer Sutton [https://script.byu.edu/Documents/German-Vornamen.pdf] `Petra' Page 4, column 1

- from FamilySearch `Petra Trebbens' christened Aug 1588, Katholisch, Heinsberg, Rheinland, Prussia [https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:N8JM-7VF]

- from NCS (website of Countess Aryanhwy merch Catmael): Bynames in Medieval France, Sara L. Uckelman September 9, 2014, [http://www.ellipsis.cx/~liana/names/french/frenchbynames.pdf] Page 155 Column 1 "Petra de Petra 1370 Rodez."

von - for the formation of a locative based on a place name from SENA Appendix A.

Weisel - submitter is the spouse of Mang von Weisel submitted in this letter, and the documentation is the same:

- Weisel is a municipality in the district of Rhein-Lahn, in the Rhineland-Palatinate, in western Germany. There are castles in the area that date back to 1275.

- from von Horn, W. O, translated by C. Benson. 1872. The Rhine: History and Legends of Its Castles, Abbeys, Monasteries, and Towns. P. 245. "The following day [March 24, 1324] he [Ludwig II] gave a charter of freedom to the town of Caub and the village of Weisel."

[https://wikivividly.com/lang-de/wiki/Weisel_(Rhein-Lahn-Kreis)] Weisel was first mentioned in 1275. It belonged together with Dörscheid and Kaub to the possession of the Lords of Falkenstein, until they bought Ludwig II of the Palatinate in 1277 and 1289 this. Weisel received on 23 March 1324 together with Caub of Emperor Ludwig the Bavarian city rights. In 1372, Elector Ruprecht I. burned down the village in a feud. [Google translation]

[https://www.regionalgeschichte.net/mittelrhein/doerscheid.html] Dörscheid probably came into being in the 9th century, but "Derscheid" is only mentioned in writing in 1250. Lords of the place at that time were the Reich Ministers of Falkenstein from Bolanden. In 1277, the Rhineland Palatine Count, reign title Ludwig II, acquired the place. Until the dissolution of the Palatine County in 1803, Dörscheid remained together with Sauerthal and Weisel at the Palatine county.

- from the Weisel, Germany modern website [http://www.weisel.info/] on the button, [http://www.weiseler-geschichte.de/] and under [https://www.weiseler-geschichte.de/de/geschichte-und-dokumente/] (history and documents), the first pull down menu is Historical Overview. Under Emergence of Weisel is: (from Google Translate): (see translated text in comments)

The German name formation <given + locative> is acceptable per SENA Appendix A.

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25: Ræv Kolfinnsson - New Name & New Device

Per pale vert and sable, a winged fox segreant, a bordure Or.

Submitter desires a masculine name.
No major changes.
Sound (mid 13th century Sweden)) most important.
Language (mid 13th century Sweden)) most important.
Culture (mid 13th century Sweden)) most important.
Spelling (mid 13th century Sweden)) most important.

The submitter will NOT accept MAJOR changes and cares about the sound, spelling, language and/or culture (mid 13th century Sweden) and gender (male) of the name.

Ræv - "Refr" Nordisk Runnamlexicon by L. Peterson pg. 182 (see attachment)

fsv. Ræv (av som binamn) = oldswed. Ræv (also found as a byname)

"Ræwær" SDHK #1122, pg. 653 as part of the name <Rangwaldær ræwær>. SDHK is an abbreviation for Svenskt Diplomatariums huvudkartotek [https://sok.riksarkivet.se/sdhk?SDHK=1122&page=1&postid=sdhk_1122&tab=post] (see attachment)

Kolfinnsson - "Kolfinnr" from NCS [Lind], Column 705. As this name ends in two consonants, the submitter followed the pattern shown in Geirr Bassi p.17 of dropping one consonant and adding `-s' and `-son' to form `Kolfinnsson'. According to SENA Appendix A, both Old Norse and Swedish use the `-son' format to mark patronymics.

The Scandinavian name formation <given + patronymic> is acceptable per SENA Appendix A.

The submitter adjusted his image from the original depiction (added a jagged-line-marking to the tail) to distinguish that this beastie is a fox.

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#3 https://oscar.sca.org/showimage.php?I=1965/2018-10-05/15-09-07_r(ae)v_name_doc03.jpg
#4 https://oscar.sca.org/showimage.php?I=1965/2018-10-05/15-09-07_r(ae)v_name_doc04.jpg
#5 https://oscar.sca.org/showimage.php?I=1965/2018-10-05/15-09-07_r(ae)v_name_doc05.jpg

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26: Richard of Greyefalle - New Badge

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in May of 1991, via the West.

Ermine, a pawprint gules charged with a square buckle palewise Or.

There is an SFPP for the use of a pawprint.


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27: Rodrigo de Reinosa - New Name Change

OSCAR NOTE: filing name should not be registered for a primary name change. It was, in in January of 2019, via the West.

Old Item: Fathir von Trier, to be retained as an alternate name.
Submitter desires a masculine name.
Sound (none noted) most important.
Language (none noted) most important.
Culture (none noted) most important.

The previously registered 'Fathir von Trier' is to be retained as an Alternate.

The submitter cares about the sound and the language and/or culture (none noted) and the gender (male) of the name.

Rodrigo - from NCS Spanish Names from the Late 15th Century: Men's Names in Alphabetical Order by Juliana de Luna (Julia Smith) `Rodrigo' occurred 59 times [http://heraldry.sca.org/names/isabella/MensGivenAlpha.html].

de - locative phrase for a byname in Castilian (Spanish) per SENA Appendix A.

Reinosa - from NCS FamilySearch M Batch: Ana De Olea De Reinosa, married Apr 1570, San Martin Y San Benito El Viejo, Valladolid, Valladolid, Spain, Batch M87109-4 [https://www.familysearch.org/search/record/results?count=20&query=%2Bsurname%3A%22de%20Reinosa%22~%2 0%2Bany_year%3A1066-1650~].

The Castilian name formation <given + byname> is found in SENA Appendix A.


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28: Ruprecht Keller - New Name & New Device

Argent, an arm embowed azure clenching a key sable.

No major changes.
Language (German) most important.
Culture (German) most important.

The submitter will NOT accept MAJOR changes and cares about the language and/or culture (German) of the name.

Ruprecht - from NCS German Names from Nürnberg, 1497 by Sara L. Uckelman known in the SCA as Aryanhwy merch Catmael, listed as a masculine given name `Ruprecht' [http://www.ellipsis.cx/~liana/names/german/nurnberg1497.html].

Keller - from NCS German Names from 1495: Surnames G - M by Aryanhwy merch Catmael (Sara L. Uckelman), listed as `Keller' [http://www.ellipsis.cx/~liana/names/german/surnames1495h-m.html].

The German name formation <given + byname> is listed in SENA Appendix A.


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29: Þorvaldr Fiakson - New Name & New Device

Per pale argent and sable, on a pale gules between two birds striking respectant counterchanged, a lightning bolt Or.

Submitter desires a masculine name.
Meaning ('... and the meaning is as well') most important.
Spelling ('using the Þ rune is important') most important.

The submitter cares about the meaning and spelling ('using the Þ rune is important to me, and the meaning is as well') and the gender (male) of the name.

This name was submitted as `Þorvaldr Fiaksson', however the West College found no pattern from which to change the nominative `Fiak' to the genitive `Fiaksson' with a double `s', but rather found that names ending in a single consonant simply has `-son' added when changed to the genitive. We therefore adjusted the submission to the single `s' configuration.

Þorvaldr - NCS Geirr Bassi: pg. 16 shows many variations of `þor-' including `þorvaldr'

Fiakson - from Nordiskt runnamnslexikon by Lena Petersen: pg. 63

Fiak mn.

Keltiskt namn, fir. Fíacc.

Ack. fiak BrOlsen;193a $

[http://www.sprakochfolkminnen.se/om-oss/arkiv-och-samlingar/nordiskt-runnamnslexikon.html].

Formed according to Geirr Bassi pg. 17, names ending in a single consonant are changed to the genitive by adding `-son' or `dottir'. Note: this change follows an Old Norse pattern, and `Fiak' as listed by Petersen may not be an Old Norse name.

The Scandinavian name formation <given + patronymic> is found in SENA Appendix A.

There is an SFPP for the use of the lightning bolt outside of thunderbolt.


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30: Tómas Rauðr Oddsson - New Name & New Device

Argent goutty de sang, in fess a comet between two swords sable, a base indented gules.

Submitter desires a masculine name.

The submitter cares about the gender (male) of the name.

Tómas - from NCS Geirr Bassi p.15 column 2 `Tómas'

Rauðr - from NCS Geirr Bassi p.26 column 2 `Rauðr'

Oddsson - from NCS Geirr Bassi p.13 column 2 `Oddr', formed to the patronymic per p.17: names ending in `-r' drop the `r' and change to `-s' + `son', so `Oddr' becomes `Oddsson'

The Old Norse name formation <given + descriptive + patronymic> is found in SENA Appendix A.


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31: Úlfrikr inn gamli Ragnarsson - New Name & New Device

Per pale sable and argent, a chevron and in chief a wolf and a unicorn combatant counterchanged.

Submitter desires a masculine name.

The submitter cares about the gender (male) of the name.

Úlfrikr - from `Úlfrik', NCS Academy of St. Gabriel Report # 2037 `U/lfrekr' and `Ulfrik' [http://www.panix.com/~gabriel/public-bin/showfinal.cgi?2037+0]

- from Nordiskt runnamnslexikon by Lena Peterson pg. 241:

Ulfrīkr mn.

Fda. Ulfrik, fvn. Úlfrekr

F.l. à Ulf-, e.l. à -rīkr.

Nom. [ulfrikr] N223 $ B, [ulf(r)k(r)] N237†A, wufri(k) BrE14/(se Wulfrīc)

Ack. ulfrik Sö280, U241

Beläggen e N223, N237 avser troll. samma person.

inn gamli - from NCS (website of Countess Aryanhwy merch Catmael) Viking Bynames found in the Landnámabók: `inn gamli' meaning `old' [http://www.ellipsis.cx/~liana/names/norse/vikbynames.html].

Ragnarsson - from the Old Norse NCS Geir Bassi: pg. 14 `Ragnarr' formed to the patronymic per Geir Bassi pg. 17: names ending in `-rr' change to `-rs'+'-son' = `Ragnarsson'.

The Old Norse name formation <given + descriptive + patronymic> is found SENA Appendix A. Old Norse and Scandinavian are an acceptable combination per SENA Appendix C.

The originally submitted line drawing and colored drawing did not match. The submitter was contacted and sent in the image that is being submitted here.

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#1 https://oscar.sca.org/showimage.php?I=1965/2018-10-25/10-32-11_ulfrikr_name_doc01.jpg
#2 https://oscar.sca.org/showimage.php?I=1965/2018-10-25/10-32-11_ulfrikr_name_doc02.jpg
#3 https://oscar.sca.org/showimage.php?I=1965/2018-10-25/10-32-12_ulfrikr_name_doc03.jpg
#4 https://oscar.sca.org/showimage.php?I=1965/2018-10-25/10-32-12_ulfrikr_name_doc04.jpg

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32: Valicinia of the Mists - New Name

Submitter desires a feminine name.
No major changes.
Sound (none noted) most important.

The submitter will NOT accept MAJOR changes and cares about the sound (none noted) and the gender (female) of the name.

The West College requests assistance in documenting this name.

Valicinia - from Epigraphica Romana "Valicci f(ilius)" [http://www.epigraphica-romana.fr/notice/view?notice=1376] (no documentation is provided that `Valicinia' is the feminine form of the documented `Valicci'.)

- from Nouvelle Revue d'Onomastique by Xavier Delamarre pg. 98 under 'Valina': "...dont on trouve d'autres formes: Valicius, Valicinia, Valuco, etc." [https://www.persee.fr/doc/onoma_0755-7752_2009_num_51_1_1511] (In discussing the place name `Valina', the author states that it is derived from `valo-` and lists other forms that are found, including `Valicinia'. No dates or other information about this form are provided. Note that the article is in French and appears to be about Celtic toponyms.)

- from Alt-Celitscher Sprachschatz: U-Z by Alfred Holder pg. 93 "Valicinia. (Saint0geniz-d'Aoste) CIL XII 2402: ..... Valiciniae filiae ..." [https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=gkXhbpJWfNcC&dq=Altceltischer+Sprachschatz+valicinia&focus=searc hwithinvolume&q=valicinia] (A snippet image from the cited book is provided. The book is a volume of a dictionary on the Old-Celtic language. The citation appears to be referencing a mention of `Valiciniae filiae'. We are not sure if this is a modernization of the name, and are not convinced that a snippet without any of the introductory discussion of how the author is citing things is sufficient documentation. The only volume of this 3-volume set that is available on line is the second volume, which has no introductory text.)

of the Mists - SCA place-name: Principality of the Mists, Kingdom of the West, registered May 1980

The name formation <given + of the SCA placename> is found in SENA.

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#4 https://oscar.sca.org/showimage.php?I=1965/2018-10-05/15-52-39_valicinia_name_doc04.jpg
#5 https://oscar.sca.org/showimage.php?I=1965/2018-10-05/15-52-39_valicinia_name_doc05.jpg


Standard disclaimer: This letter accurately reflects the contents of the various submission forms and accompanying documents, including consent to changes, expressed preferences, requests for authenticity, and formation of holding names. Any and all assistance will be gratefully accepted.

Respectfully submitted,

Edith of Swanesdale, Matins Herald

West Kingdom College of Heralds

matins@heralds.westkingdom.org / Matins.WestKingdom@gmail.com


OSCAR counts 20 New Names, 6 New Name Changes, 1 New Alternate Name, 1 New Household Name, 16 New Devices, 1 New Device Change and 2 New Badges. These 47 items are chargeable, Laurel should receive $188 for them. There are a total of 47 items submitted on this letter.

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