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Unto the East Kingdom College of Heralds and all others who do receive this letter, greetings from Tanczos Istvan, Eastern Crown Herald!

Lewis Tanzos

Eastern.crown@eastkingdom.org

27 September, 2002

Unto the East Kingdom College of Heralds and all others who do receive this letter, greetings from Tanczos Istvan, Eastern Crown Herald!

This ILoI contains submissions received before Pennsic and has 32 numbered items. Commentary, as always, should be sent to the above address and is due on October 25.

As always '[PCA]' means 'photocopy attached', '[NPCA]' means 'no photocopy attached' and '[NDP]' means 'no documentation provided'.

Good luck, and thanks again in advance for all the hard work you do!

In service,

Istvan Eastern Crown


1 Alise Whenby

(F) - new name & new device
Herald of Record: Aine Callaghan

Argent, a chevron purpure between two fir trees and a tower vert.

Alise dated in that spelling to 1273 in Talan's "Feminine Given Names in a Dictionary of English Surnames", http://www.s-gabriel.org/names/talan/reaney/reaney.cgi?Alice [NPCA]. Whenby is found, undated, in Cateline de la Mor la souriete's "A Survey of the History of English Place­names" at http://www.sca.org/heraldry/laurel/names/engplnam.html

[ Talan's article is also found at http://www.sca.org/heraldry/laurel/reaneyintro.html, and so does not need photocopies. ]



2 Anne Botman

- new device
Herald of Record: Harold von Auerbach

Azure, a water bouget Or.

[Anne might not have a registered name! ]



3 Charles de Amesbury, Wiltshire

(M) - new name
Herald of Record: Brita Mairi Svensdottir

No documentation provided. Name submitted as "Friar Charles de Amesbury, Wiltshire", we have removed 'Friar' as it is a title, and the SCA CoA will not register titles, especially unearned ones.

4 Cynthia of Oakenwode

- new device
Herald of Record: Harold von Auerbach

Bendy sinister Or and gules, an oak leaf bendwise sable.

[ Name Registered 11/92 via the East ]



5 Cynthia of Oakenwode

- new badge
Herald of Record: Harold von Auerbach

Per pale gules and sable, a duck naiant argent.



6 Dorio of the Oaks

- new device
Herald of Record: Harold von Auerbach

Azure, a hurst of five oak trees argent.

[ Name registered 10/99 via the East ]



7 Eadwenna aet Hroefnehyrst

- resub device
Herald of Record: Wynfrith aet Huntandune

Vert, a bend cotised Or, overall a unicorn rampant argent

[ Name still in internal process as of this writing. Was on East's 2001-06 Internal Letter of Intent ]



8 Francesco Gaetano Greco de Edessa

- transfer household name "House Eastwood"

Administrative transfer of household name to Harold of Eastwood. Yes, I know this doesn't need to be on an LoI, I'm putting this here so I don't lose it.

9 Geoffrey Bleasdale

(M) - new name & new device
Herald of Record: Alayne

Per chevron inverted azure and vert, a goutte Or issuant from the base of the division.

Geoffrey is found in Nicolaa's "A Statistical Survey of Given Names in Essex Co., England, 1182-1272" ( http://members.tripod.com/nicolaa5/articles/names.html) [PCA]. Bleasdale is found, dated in that spelling to 1228, in Ekwall's "Concise Oxford Dictionary of English Place Names", p. 48.

[ The device is not on the proper paperwork, and will be returned for administrative reasons. No full-size emblazons were provided, no black-and-white emblazons were provided. These are required for a submission to be processed. ]

10 Guenuureth filia Thomas

(F) - new name
Herald of Record: Ariel de Narbonne

No major changes, and if her name must be changed, prefers that the sound of the first name be kept, and that the name be appropriate for 9-12th century Breton.

Guenuureth is dated in that spelling to the 10th century in Tangwystyl's "Cornish (and Other) Personal Names from the 10th Century Bodmin Manumissions" at http://www.s-gabriel.org/names/tangwystyl/bodmin/celtic.htm [PCA]. filia is demonstrated to be appropriate for 9th century Breton in Academy of S. Gabriel Report #1936 at http://www.s-gabriel.org/1936 [PCA]. Thomas is found in the 9th-12th centuries in the "Redon Cartularies", cited in a personal communication from Tangwystyl [PCA] .

11 Guillem Gallo

(M) - new name & new device
Herald of Record: Sancha de Flores

Or, a cock's head gules.

No major changes. If his name must be changed, he would like to keep the meaning 'rooster' for his surname, the sound, and Catalan culture. He is interested in having his name be made authentic for Catalan culture.

Guillem is found in Arval's "Catalan Names from 12th and 13th Century Charters" (http://www.s-gabriel.org/names/arval/catalan/) [PCA]. Gallo is found in Diez Malcon's " Apellidos Castellano-Leoneses" (non-photocopy list).



12 Guillem Gallo

- new badge
Herald of Record: Sancha de Flores

(Fieldless) A cock’s head gules combed, beaked, and wattled argent.



13 Guiseppina Sciarrino

(F) - new name
Herald of Record: Ariel de Narbonne

No major changes. If changes must be made, she wants to keep the name Italian, and she wants to keep the sound of the first name (she was looking for something that sounds vaguely like Jasmine...)

Guiseppina is found as an undated variant of Guiseppe in De Felice (no mention of which one), p. 196. Guiseppe is found, dated to 1282-1532 in Aryanhwy's "Italian Given Names from the Online Tratte of Office Holders 1282-1532" at http://www.sit.wisc.edu/~sfriedemann/names/florence1282-1532.htm [PCA]. Sciarrino is referenced in Academy of S. Gabriel report #2510, at http://www.s-gabriel.org/2510, with the following comment: " [Sciarrino] seems to be a good choice. It is a modern Sicilian surname...derived from a Sicilian word [sciarrinu] 'a rowdy or troublesome person'. An early form of it appears in a Latin document in the name [Guillelmus Sarrinus] 1333." [PCA].

14 Gwineth Llyn Brith

- new device
Herald of Record: Jan Janowicz Bogdanski

Gules, on a lozenge Or a catamount sable rampant.

[ This is not a case of presumption, as of the June 2001 LoAR, which changed the RfS section on armory of pretense. Formerly lozenges, cartouches, rondels, etc were mentioned. Now, only cantons and escutcheons are mentioned. Device was inadvertendly left off the August LoI, where the name appears. ]



15 Harold of Eastwood

- receive household name "House Eastwood"

Administrative: receive transfer of household name from Francesco Gaetano Greco de Edessa

[ Name registered 6/95 via the East ]

16 Hedinn the Red

(M) - new name & new device
Herald of Record: Isabel of Rosley

Per fess argent and sable, a mullet issuant from the line of division sable.

No major changes. He wishes, if possible, to make his name made authentic for Scandinavian culture.

Hedinn is found in " The Viking Legends Page, http://www.bec.com.au/armidale/napress/viklgnds.htm [PCA]. Heðin, which is not the same spelling, is found in Anyanhwy's "Viking Names found in the Landnámabók", at http://www.sit.wisc.edu/~sfriedemann/names/landnamabok.htm [PCA]. No documentation provided for 'the Red'.



17 Iohne MacDhaidh

(M) - new name & new device
Herald of Record: Aine Callaghan

Vert, a chevron argent between three mastiff dogs rampant Or.

If his name must be changed, he prefers to keep the meaning 'Scotts for John Dade (sept of Gunn)'.

Iohne is referenced as a component of a surname in "13th & 14th Century Scottish Names" at http://www.s-gabriel.org/names/symonFreser/scottish14/scottish14_sur.html [NPCA]. MacDhaidh is presented as 'son of Dhaidh or David. One of the kings of Scotland 1124-1153' [NDP].



18 Isabel of Rosley

- resub device
Herald of Record: Isabel of Rosley

Azure, a castle argent and on a chief embattled argent, three roses proper.

[ Previous submission, " Azure, a castle and on a chief argent three roses proper. ", returned for conflict on East's 2002-03 LoI, where the name appears. This adds the embattling to clear the conflict with Michelle of Thescorre (May 1997), " Azure, a castle and on a chief argent, three frogs sejant azure. " ]



19 Janet Kempe

- resub device
Herald of Record: Katherine de Chaliers

Purpure, on a pall argent three violets purpure.

[ Name registered 9/95 via the East. Previous device "Argent, a pall between three violets purpure" returned on 2001-06 for conflict with Angelica de la Rosa "Argent, a pall counter-ermine between three roses purpure." ]



20 Johann von Antwerp

- resub device
Herald of Record: Sancha de Flores

Quarterly argent and azure, in bend two lymphads azure.

[ Name appeard on East's 2002-02 Internal Letter of Intent, previous device " Azure, a lymphad and a chief invected argent." returned at that time for conflict with Alexandria de Bois d'Arc (9/87), "Purpure, an ark and a chief invected argent." ]



21 Nataliia Anastasiia Evgenova Sviatoslavina vnuchka vnuchka

- new device
Herald of Record: Margaret Holmwood

Gules, three wolves' teeth issuant from sinister argent.

[ Name registered 4/96 via the East. ]



22 Pierre D'Abbéville

(M) - new name & new device
Herald of Record: Hans von Bern Schuleres

Azure, a moon-sun argent and Or rayonné between three fleurs-de-lys in chief Or and a base Argent charged with three hearts gules.

Client will accept no changes.

Both Pierre and Abbeville from Le Petit Robert, apparently a town that existed in the late 1100's.

[ Pierre is found in "An Index to the Given Names in the 1292 Census of Paris" on the Laurel web site (http://www.sca.org/heraldry/laurel/names/paris.html#P) Abbeville is mentioned at http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/Abbeville_France, which says it first appears in history in the 9th century, and was bombed into nonexistence by the Germans in WWII]



23 Robert de Bury atte Okesforde

(M) - new name
Herald of Record: Marcus Blackaert

Barry nebuly of six erminois and vert.

Robert' and 'atte Forde' are both documented from 'The Men Behind the Masque: Office-holding in East Anglian Boroughs, 1272-1460', at http://www.trytel.com/~tristan/towns/mapp1_2a.html [PCA]. One 'Robert de Bury' is found in Mari Elspeth nic Bryan's 'An Index to the 1332 Lay Subsidy Rolls for Lincolnshire, England' at http://www.s-gabriel.org/names/mari/LincLSR/ [PCA]. 'Oak' is dated to period in the OED, though that says nothing about its use as part of a name [PCA]. Nothing is provided for the second half of, or the construction 'Okesforde'.



24 Sancha de Flores

- new device change
Herald of Record: Sancha de Flores

Gules, a columbine slipped and leaved argent.

[ Name appeared on the 2001-05 Eastern Internal LoI, which will be considered at Laurel in September 2002 ]



25 Sancha de Flores

- new badge
Herald of Record: Sancha de Flores

(Fieldless) A columbine gules slipped and leaved argent.



26 Sidonia Zaridina

(F) - new name
Herald of Record: Ariel de Narbonne

No major changes. If changes are necessary, she prefers to keep the sound and an unspecified language/culture.

Sidonia dated to 527-641 in "Common Names of the Aristocracy in the Roman Empire During the 6th and 7th Centuries" at http://www.sca.org/heraldry/laurel/names/byzantine/PLRE_fem_names.html . Zaridina is from "Personal Names of the Aristocracy in the Roman Empire During the Later Byzantine Era", at http://www.sca.org/heraldry/laurel/names/byzantine/family_names.html; the feminization is found at http://www.sca.org/heraldry/laurel/names/byzantine/structures.html and http://www.sca.org/heraldry/laurel/names/byzantine/feminizing.html.

27 Silva Cerdonis

- new group name and new group device
Herald of Record: Aetheric Lindeberande

Or, a four-winged dragonfly displayed and, in base, a laurel wreath purpure.

No major changes. If change is necessary, the group prefers to keep the meaning 'Artisan's wood'.

'Silva Cerdonis' is presented as being Latin for 'Artisan's Wood'. Attached is a personal communication from Steffan ap Kennydd which discusses the meaning and construction of the name in proper Latin, which supports this as the translation of "Artisan's Wood", but provides no support for the name as per the naming practices of the SCA.

[ Petition attached: six out of eight listed officers support the name and armory. ]



28 Silvia Wilkinson

(F) - new name & new device
Herald of Record: Klaus the Red

Azure, a fess wreathed between six roses Or.

No major changes.

Silvia is found in Withycombe, p. 270; Wilkinson is found in Reaney & Wilson, p. 493..



29 Temair inghean Muiredaich

(F) - resub name & resub device
Herald of Record: Adhemar de Villarquemada

Per bend sinister rayonny vert a fox sejant argent and argent semy of bunches of grapes purpure.

If changes must be made, she prefers to keep the sound 'Tammar' and the meaning 'daughter of Morgan'. She also wishes her name to be made authentic for 'Early Irish'.

Temair is found on p. 170 of O'Corrain & Maguire, "Irish Names", dated to 655; it is also found in "Early Irish Feminine Names from the Index to O'Brien's Corpus Genealogiarum Hiberniae" ( http://www.s-gabriel.org/names/tangwystyl/obrien/ ), which Tangwystyl has removed from publication as she no longer considers it reliable [NPCA]. Inghean is found in "Quick and Easy Gaelic Names" by Euphrick (http://www.medievalscotland.org/scotnames/quickgaelicbynames/index.shtml)[NPCA]. Muiredaich is found, dated to before the 12th century, in Tangwystyl's "100 Most Popular Men's Names in Early Medieval Ireland" (http://www.s-gabriel.org/names/tangwystyl/irish100/) [NPCA]. It is given in the genitive form.

[ Yes, the fox is contourny. Please suggest an alternate blazon. Name and device originally appeared on the 1999-05 East Internal Letter of Intent. The name ("Tamarrion de Sidana") was returned for lack of documentation at the time. Device was pended at that time. ]



30 Temair inghean Muiredaich

- resub badge
Herald of Record: Adhemar de Villarquemada

Purpure, a fox sejant argent within a bordure ermine.

[ Yes, the fox is contourny. Original submission, "Purpure, a fox sejant argent." was returned on East's 1999-05 Internal letter for conflit with Freydís ór Thelamörk "Purpure, a fox sejant within a bordure argent." which is now clear with one CD for the change of facing of the primary and one for the change of tincture on the secondary. ]



31 Tommaso Valeriano

- resub device
Herald of Record: Tanczos Istvan

Per bend sable and purpure, a sword between two palewise rows of three mullets argent.

[ Name and previous device was on East's 2001-06 Internal Letter, which should appear as an xLoI later this month. Device was returned for a redraw due to non-reconstructability from blazon. ]



32 Violante Lourenço

(F) - new name & new device
Herald of Record: Sancha de Flores

Per saltire sable and gules, a moon in her plenitude within a bordure argent.

No major changes. If changes must be made, she prefers to keep both the sound and Portugese language/culture.

Both names are from Juliana de Luna's "Portugese Names 1350-1450" ( http://www.s-gabriel.org/names/juliana/portugese ) [PCA].


Bibliography


Ekwall, Eilert. The Concise Oxford Dictionary of English Place-names. Clarendon Press: Oxford, 1989.

Le Petit Robert Des Noms Propres. Dictionnaires Le Robert.

Melcón, R. P. Gonzalo Diez. Apellidos Castellano-Leoneses. Universidad de Granada; Spain, 1957.

O'Corrain, Donnchadh & Maguire, Fidelma. Irish Names. The Lilliput Press: Dublin, 1990.

Reaney, P.H, and R.M. Wilson; A Dictionary of English Surnames, Revised Edition; Routledge & Kegan Paul: New York, 1991.Дадаць дакумент у свой блог ці на сайт 2014-07-19 18:44
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