SCA - College of Arms
P.O. Box 742825
Dallas, TX 75374-2825
October 29, 1995
Unto the members of the College of Arms does Shayk Da'ud ibn Auda, Laurel King of Arms, send heartfelt Greetings!
Herein are corrections to various Letters of Acceptances and Returns and the Armorial and Ordinary.
September 1995 LoAR
Eoin Mac Leòid. Device and badge.
When the armory was registered, somehow the accented "o" was accidentally dropped from the LoAR.
Kraé Glas, Canton of. Name.
The name was submitted as Kraé C'hlas, but the documentation showed that in the three `standard' Breton dialects the correct form was Graé C'hlas, while in the Gwenedeg dialect it could be Kraé Glas. We registered the name in the `standard' form, since it seemed closer to what was submitted, but Vesper has very promptly informed us that the group would actually prefer the alternative. Since both forms are acceptable, we are happy to oblige them.
August 1995 LoAR
Aurora Ashland of Woolhaven. Badge. Vert, a ram rampant argent within a bordure rayonny Or.
An extraneous "p" in the LoAR had turned her ram into a ramp.
Brocc Mac Taidhg. Device. Sable, a ruined tower between flaunches argent each flaunch charged with a sword gules.
The LoAR accidentally dropped the tincture of the flaunches.
Nicoletta di Padova. Device.
The LoI and LoAR both misspelled the particle as "de"; her device submission form and the registered name are the correct di.
May 1995 LoAR
Donwenna Beast Healer of Hawksheye. Device. Paly argent and gules, a horse passant contourny Or caparisoned sable mullety argent, on a chief Or a tilting lance reversed sable.
The LoAR typoed paly as "pale".
March 1995 LoAR
Matsudaira Kentarou Toshiyori. Badge. [Fieldless] A fan conjoined in pale with another inverted argent, each charged with a Japanese pine tree that in base inverted purpure.
The LoAR had dropped the tincture of the primary charges.
May 1994 LoAR
Ian Cnulle. Device. Per chevron argent semy of oak leaves vert and sable, a hammer argent, a chief checky sable and argent.
The LoAR had an extraneous "and" right after the field and before the primary charge.
Catriona nicChlurain. Device change.
The LoI and LoAR misspelled her registered name (by capitalizing the patronymic particle and separating it from the patronym with a space). The above is the registered form of her name.
Katheryn of Heronter. Name change from holding name Kathy of Heronter.
This was a name change, not simply a new name as stated in the LoAR.
Armorial and Ordinary
Cynthia Nicol of the Highlands. Device. Per bend argent and azure, between two bendlets counterchanged a Celtic cross formy per bend sable and argent, all between a bottlenosed dolphin embowed bendwise and another embowed bendwise reversed counterchanged.
The original registration had somehow reversed all of the tinctures.
Walter of Huntsdale Keep. Device. Argent, a linden tree eradicated proper, on a bordure vert three compass stars argent.
The October 1994 LoAR accidentally dropped the type of the tertiary charges.
William de Lacy of Sherborne. Badge. Azure, a pile raguly inverted between two piles raguly Or.
The July 1985 LoAR accidentally typoed "pale" for the first pile.