This item was on the 07-2023 LoAR
6: Hartshorn-dale, Barony of - New Order Name (KLoI)
OSCAR is unable to find the name, either registered or submitted.
Society of the Golden Attire
NOTE: Hartshorn-dale is in the process of going barony, with investiture planned in Nov 2023. Laurel said to put the new designator on the forms.
Society is a standard designator for order names allowed under Appendix E of SENA based on its use in order names found in German and Latin documents. An example in Latin from England is Societate ... de Garteris (ablative) [Societas ... de Garteris] ('society of the garters') found in Juliana de Luna, "Medieval Secular Order Names", http://medievalscotland.org/jes/OrderNames. The submitted spelling is found in the MED, s.v. barrester:
(1466) Black Bk.Lin.Inn1.41 : [All being summoned who are of the said Society, as well at the Bench as at the Bar, called] vtterbarresters.
Golden is a color term found in the MED, s.v. planteine and golden, and is a registerable color word for use in non-personal names per SENA Appendix E5.
Attire is a single horn of an animal such as a stag, and a heraldic charge, per the PicDic (https://mistholme.com/?s=attire), among other meanings. The submitted spelling is found in the MED, s.v. dere (used for another meaning):
c1455 Spec.Miser.(Tak 32)239 : Hit was to myin hertte mochell dere [rime: gere] Yif any man hadde any better attire.
The pattern of naming orders with a color and charge is found in Juliana de Luna (ibid.).