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Ealdormere ILoI dated 2018-05-24

Unto the most honourable members of the Ealdormere College of Heralds, and to its most distinguished external commenters, from Lord Dietrich von Sachsen, Green Mantle Herald, greetings.

1: Ealdormere, Kingdom of -New Badge

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in June of 1999, via Ealdormere.

Argent, three spoons in fess, on a chief gules three trillums argent

This submission is to be associated with Office of the Commissariat

There is a SFPP for the use of New-World Trilliums.

2: Jóbjorn leðrblaka -New Badge

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in July of 2010, via Ealdormere.

(Fieldless) A sea-bat erect, wings elevated and addorsed azure tailed sable.

3: Kerstiken Janz -New Name

Submitter desires a feminine name.
Sound (Kersteken) most important.
Language (Dutch/Low German) most important.

Kerstine + neuter diminutive ending (eken) - 1250-1300

The Dutch/Lowlands page at St, Gabriel shows that -ken is a neuter diminutive ending used in male AND females name, like German -chen. This link documents Kerstine. When adding the diminutive, the last vowel is dropped, thus Kerstinken. Oddly (sadly?), there is another St. G link that validates a "Stinken" as a pet form of Christina. http://www.keesn.nl/name13/en4_list_f.htm

Janz - Jan in the genitive form as a patronymic, is listed as a Non-Germanic given name, found in the Netherlands from 1250-1300. Found in http://www.keesn.nl/name13/en4_list_m.htm

4: Rhiannon of Woolcombe -New Name & New Device

Argent, a vegetable lamb vert fructed of sheep sable, on a chief azure three combs argent.

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

Rhiannon: Submitter's legal name. Proof will be attached with the packet.

of Woolcombe: English place name in Dorset, recorded as Wellecombe, Wellacome, or Wilecome in the Domesday Book.


As always, kindest thanks to all those who take the time to comment. Please join us for our June Submissions meeting on June 18th.

OSCAR counts 2 Names, 1 Device and 2 Badges. There are a total of 5 items submitted on this letter.