Æðelfrið se hluda. Name change from Æthelfrith Hluda.
Diana MacLachlan. Device. Per pale purpure semy-de-lys Or and Or semy-de-lys purpure, on a pile counterchanged Or and purpure two ounces salient addorsed counterchanged sable and Or.
Elizabeth Braidwood. Device change. Vert semy of holly leaves, a bend Or.
Her current device, Per bend sinister Or and vert, two bendlets enhanced and two holly leaves counterchanged, is released.
She has permission to conflict with Ermina de Falaise, Vert a bend between six oak leaves Or, registered August, 1999.
Enoch Sutherland. Device. Argent, two bendlets azure between two martlets gules.
Federigo da Cadice. Name and device. Azure, a bear sejant erect contourny maintaining a drinking horn between three bees Or.
Submitted as Federigo del Giglio Nero di Cadice, we dropped the middle phrase because no documentation was presented for the byname "the Black Lily". Also, Cadice is a place name so we corrected the grammar.
Grímr inn svarti. Name change from Rupert of Runnymede and badge. (Fieldless) In fess a dragon’s jambe inverted issuant from a dragon’s wing Or.
Submitted as Grim the Black, the name has been modified to meet the submitter’s request to make the name 9th to 11th century Norse. The submitted badge is clear of Inman MacMoore, Sable, a winged eagle’s claw maintaining to dexter a broadaxe palewise Or, because Inman’s axe is large enough to be a significant charge.
Larisa Andriushkina zhena Ivanova doch. Name (See RETURNS for device).
Magdalen de Feo. Device. Per bend embattled vert and sable, a sprig of four holly leaves bendwise sinister within a bordure argent.
Mora of Lincolnshire. Device. Vert, a tyger rampant contourny and on a chief argent three moons in their plenitude azure.
Rhiannon Annsachd. Device change. Gules, a saltire cotised Or.
Nice armory! Her current device, Per bend sinister Or and azure, a sun in its glory counterchanged, is released.
Rhiannon of Pembroke Castle. Name and device. Or, a tower gules between two cats sejant respectant reguardant sable.
Rhiannon is SCA compatible.
Robert William MacArthur. Name and device. Per pale azure and gules, two dolphins haurient respectant, in chief three roundels argent.
Seamus Ruadh. Device. Gules ermined Or, a label argent.
Seamus Ruadh. Badge. Quarterly gules ermined Or and pean.
Shadhra Aliya. Device. Per bend sinister Or and purpure, two camels statant counterchanged.
Sonnet Manon. Device. Argent, a dragonfly azure winged sable and on a chief engrailed azure three estoiles argent.
Teceangl Bach. Name and device. Sable, seven mascles conjoined three, three, and one argent.
Tegan Thorbergsdóttir. Device. Argent, a horse rampant azure, on a chief invected gules two fleams argent.
Tir Bannog, Shire of. Branch name (see RETURNS for device).
Vladimir Andreivich Aleksandrov. Badge. (Fieldless) A Russian Orthodox cross per pale sable and argent.
Alexandros Kaloethes. Name and device. Paly azure and argent, on a delf sable a griffin segreant Or.
Cathlin Sommerfield. Badge. (Fieldless) A pomegranate sable slipped, leaved, and seeded Or.
Conall Ó Ríoghbhardáin. Name.
Davin Quinn. Name.
Ivor MacFergus. Name (See RETURNS for device).
James Parker. Device. Counter-ermine, a bend sinister between a caravel and a sea lion Or.
Mincloth ingen Lochlainn. Name.
Raimond George de Mora. Name and device. Per bend sinister embattled Or and gules, a mullet and a key palewise wards to base counterchanged.
Aeschine Larke. Name and device. Purpure, a fess barry argent and sable between three larks argent.
Andrew of Doune Castle. Name.
Bran of Silver Keep. Badge. (Fieldless) In pale a raven displayed sable perched atop a sun Or charged with a wolf’s head cabossed sable.
Castelleone Nuovo, Shire of. Device. Azure, a winged lion sejant Or collared azure between three suns in splendor and on a chief Or two laurel wreaths vert.
Cecily de Farington. Device. Argent, three chevronels braced sable.
Christiana Ailitha. Name.
The use of two given names is not a problem; Reaney and Wilson, A Dictionary of English Surnames, list a number of feminine given names used as unmarked matronymics.
Christian Jorgensen af Helsingør. Name.
Submitted as Christian Jorgensen af Helsingor, the slash in the o is necessary.
While the use of an English given name with an otherwise Danish name is registerable, the submitter should be informed that a fully Danish form would be Kristian Jørgensen af Helsingør or, even better, Kristian Yrjanssen af Helsingør.
Christoph von Lubbeke. Name and device. Per fess Or and gules, four lightning bolts in saltire, points to center, azure and a tower argent.
Originally submitted as Christoph von Löbbecke, the submitter requested an authentic form for 9th through 15th century, so we altered the surname to match a form dated to 1469 in Brechenmacher, Etymologisches Wörterbuch der Deutschen Familiennamen (p. 210).
Coilin Cruaidhchridheach. Device. Per chevron sable and gules, on a chevron between three hearts argent three hearts sable.
There is no problem with having the same type of charge as both secondaries and tertiaries. Submissions are only returned if the same type of charge is used as primary and secondary charges.
Connor Tryggvason. Name change from Connor MacAulay.
The submitter requested an accurate name for "Scottish Hebridean and Norwegian language and/or culture"; however, he allowed no changes so we cannot do so. Also, there is no evidence that Connor was ever used in Scotland in period.
Corisande de Burgh. Name change from Corisande Amina min Baghdad.
Her former name is retained as an alternate name. The submitter requested that her name be modified to make it authentic for the 12th to 14th century in England. This is impossible, as there is no evidence that Corisande was used at that time.
Daniel d’Aurelle. Name.
Submitted as Daniel Darelle, the submitter requested an authentic 15th to 16th century French form. Our sources for the 16th century are limited, so it is quite possible that Daurelle was found by the 16th century; however, we know that d’Aurelle was used then, so we changed the byname to that form.
Dun Braga, Shire of. Name and device. Vert, a phoenix Or rising from flames gules issuant from a castle within a laurel wreath Or.
Against Julienne Dubarry, Vert, a phoenix within an orle Or, there is a CD for the change from orle to laurel wreath, and another for the number of primary charges; the castle is large enough to be a co-primary.
The laurel wreath is clearly a secondary, not part of the primary group. Therefore this does not violate the rule of thumb banning three different types of charges in a group. In the cases where the laurel and the charge it encircles have been considered the same group, both were secondaries relative to another charge.
Elspeth Sinclaire the Rogue. Name and device. Per bend embattled purpure and vert, a lyre argent and in bend three triangles interlaced Or.
Please instruct the submitter to draw larger and fewer embattlements.
Geneviève Armstrang. Name and device. Per pale azure and argent, a pair of wings conjoined in lure and a ford counterchanged.
Submitted as Geneve Armstrang, the given name was only documented as a place name. We substituted Geneviève, documented to 1292 from "An Index to the Given Names in the 1292 Census of Paris" by Colm Dubh (http://www.sca.org/heraldry/laurel/names/paris.htm).
Geoffrey de la Dale. Name (see RETURNS for device).
Submitted as Geoffrey of Dale, the name was changed to make it authentic for the mid-13th century as he requested. The form of the given name is dated to 1273 (in Bardsley, Dictionary of English and Welsh Surnames); the form of the byname is dated to 1275 (in Reaney & Wilson, A Dictionary of English Surnames).
Gunter Aldrich vom Schwartzwald. Device. Per saltire sable and gules, four caltrops and a bordure argent.
Jürgen zem Licht. Name.
Submitted as Jürgen von Licht, the name was modified to match the preposition listed in Bahlow, Dictionary of German Names.
Olaf Canceler. Name and device. Sable, a sea serpent ondoyant, in base a crown, a bordure embattled Or.
Submitted as Olaf Chancellor, the submitter requested an authentic early Saxon name. Chancellor is derived from the French, and Olaf is derived from the Norse, thus any form of the name is highly unlikely for a pre-Conquest Saxon. We can, however, justify Olaf Canceler as a 11th century English name, so we changed the name to that form.
Olaf is a viscount of Artemisia.
Sergei Stepanovich Bezruk’ev. Device. Argent, on a fess gules between three brown bears rampant proper a sinister hand apaumy argent.
Sitric McConnaill. Name and device. Checky vert and Or, three chevronels sable.
Sophia Sedon. Name.
Tristam McFarland. Name and device. Vert, two lions rampant addorsed and a wolf passant argent.
The submitter requested an authentic Irish Gaelic name, but as Tristam is Welsh and we could not find a Gaelic equivalent, this is not possible. If he chooses an authentic Gaelic given name, an authentic late period Gaelic form of the patronymic is mac Pharthaláin.
Veronica de Holloway. Name and device. Purpure, a bend dovetailed between two eagles displayed argent.
The submitter requested an authentic 16th century French name, but neither element is French. Veronica is found in Italy in period, and may also be found in France in period, but we were unable to find an example. The byname is English. An Italian-English name combination is a weirdness (barring evidence of such combinations in period) but acceptable. The submitter may want to know that Halloville is dated in France to 1270, so Veronica de Halloville is closer to being a French name.
Wolfgang der Stumm. Name and device. Per bend sinister gules and sable, a Maltese cross and a chief wavy argent.
Andrew Quintero. Name (see RETURNS for device).
While registerable, using an English given name with a Spanish surname is unusual. The name would be considerably more authentic as Andrés Quintero.
Antonius Germanus. Name.
Cosmo Craven the Elder. Device. Per fess sable and gules, a skeletal hand fesswise argent and a mallet inverted Or.
Denis of the Titans. Badge. Per pale vert and argent, a tower counterchanged atop a mount sable.
Draco Rivenoak. Device. Per bend gules and Or, a bend wavy pean between two dragons involved counterchanged.
Ivory Genevieve la Rouge. Device. Vert, on a bend sinister between a G clef and a fleur-de-lys argent an ivy vine throughout vert.
Kale’ Laskarina Sarantene. Device. Vert, two chevronels braced between in chief a crescent between two mullets of six points and in base a mullet of six points Or.
Vincent William Blake. Name and device. Argent, a greyhound courant sable, a bordure embattled vert.
William Keith FitzGaranhir. Badge. (Fieldless) A wolf’s head erased contourny gules.
Willow Jeanette O’Malley. Name and device. Ermine, a willow tree couped proper between flaunches sable, each charged with a fleur-de-lys Or.
Colin O’Bryan. Badge for John O’Bryan. Quarterly Or and gules, a bird displayed argent between four crescents counterchanged.
This was pended from the May 1999 LoAR.
Devora bat Shimshon. Badge. (Fieldless) A cauldron argent.
Devora bat Shimshon. Badge. (Fieldless) A cauldron vert.
Eilis Brathnagh. Name and device. Vert, three roses argent between two bendlets gemel Or.
Hans Van Hoorn. Device change. Per fess gules and azure, a fess between a baker’s peel reversed Or charged with three manchets gules and a wagon wheel Or.
His current device, Per fess gules and azure, a fess Or between a baker’s peel reversed argent charged with three manchets gules and a wagon wheel argent, is released.
Iacopo Attaviano da Vizzi. Name and device. Sable, in pall two serpents addorsed, tails entwined argent, between an apple and two owls Or.
Jane of Marinus. Holding name and device (see RETURNS for name). Purpure, a bee and a chief indented flory at the points Or.
Submitted under the name Jane Devereux.
Máille ingen Bhrain Cadal. Name and device. Per saltire azure and argent, in fess a demi-lion couchant guardant to sinister Or between two equal-armed Celtic crosses sable.
Matthias von Oberarnwald. Device. Argent, a sword sable, a bordure lozengy purpure and argent.
Myfanwy ferch Angharad. Name change from Arianwen ferch Angharad and device. Per saltire azure and vert, a fret between four swans naiant argent.
Oswulf the Grey. Household name House Blackspear and badge. Or, a spearhead between flaunches sable, each charged with a maser argent.
Pao Hu Tso. Name and device. Argent, a natural tiger rampant per fess gules and sable, in chief a single-bitted axe fesswise sable.
The stripes on the colored emblazon were simply line drawings that were not colored in, thus they are not present enough to blazon, but present enough to keep the charge a natural tiger.
Roger de Kymberle. Name (See RETURNS for device).
Spiaggia Levantina, Canton of. Badge. Purpure, a vol between two bars argent each charged with a barrulet sable.
Thérèse de Montdidier. Name.
Vladimir Ivanovich Aleksandrov. Change of augmentation of arms. Per chevron gules and argent two otters combattant and another rampant to sinister, all maintaining glaives counterchanged, for augmentation, a unicornate natural seahorse erect contourny maintaining in its tail a lance and pennon Or between the otters in chief.
The previous augmentation, ... a unicornate natural seahorse erect contourny argent between the topmost otters, is released.
Walkiala, Canton of. Name and badge. Azure, a tower and in chief five wood anemones argent.
Wood anemone is the common English name of Anemone nemorosa, the plant the submitters intended.
Wolfsau, Kanton. Device. Azure, three wolf’s heads erased and on a chief Or three laurel wreaths gules.
Baras Bayan. Badge. (Fieldless) A bicorporate tyger sable.
Etienne Dubois. Name and device. Per chevron gules and azure, a chevron rompú between two griffins combattant and a sword Or.
Submitted as Etienne DuBois, the name was modified to match documented forms.
Felicia Heather of Newcastle. Device. Azure, two unicorns rampant addorsed and on a chief wavy Or a four towered castle sable.
This was pended from the May 1999 LoAR.
Hálfdan líknarlauss. Name and device. Sable, a battle axe bendwise, on a chief doubly arched argent a drakkar proper sailed gules.
Submitted as Halfdan Liknarlauss, the byname was changed to match the documentation, and we added the accent to the given name to make it fully Norse.
Madoc ap Meurig. Name (See RETURNS for device).
Thomas Blackmoore. Name and device. Sable, three chevronels braced, on a chief embattled argent four mascles purpure.
Bastian Wolfhart. Name.
Caitlin of Greencastle. Device. Argent, a horse rampant and a base purpure.
Deirdre Wydeville. Device. Vert, a spiderweb Or, overall in bend a mask of comedy and a mask of tragedy argent.
Elena of Myddle. Name and device. Argent, a bend purpure between two bloodhounds statant gules.
Elspeth Clerk. Name.
Isabella Somerhild. Name.
Julianna de Pardieu. Name.
Michael of Shattered Crystal. Holding name and device (see RETURNS for name). Gules, a bull passant guardant Or.
The device was submitted under the name Carrick MacCucharraige
Philippe de Lyon. Name and device. Gules, three torches in pall inverted bases to center Or.
Savaric de Pardieu. Device. Quarterly argent and sable, in saltire five crosses swallowtailed counterchanged.
Seamus Albanach Mac Roibeirt. Name and device. Bendy sinister sable and argent, an equal-armed Celtic cross gules.
Simon Justus. Device. Azure, a saltire couped Or, overall a feather inverted argent.
Talon Ravenesclawe. Device. Per pall Or, gules, and vert, two arrows in saltire Or and in chief a claw couped contourny gules.
This was pended from the May 1999 LoAR.
Thora Grimsdottir. Name.
Wynter Poe. Name.
Catherine Cameron. Name and device. Azure, three natural dolphins naiant argent, each maintaining in its mouth a sprig of thyme vert, on a chief argent three loaves of brown bread proper.
Christina McCarty. Device. Per pale argent and sable, three butterflies counterchanged.
Chuzhemir Chilin Volynskii. Name.
Originally submitted as Chuzhemir Chilavich Volynskii, we corrected the construction of the patronymic.
Coinneach mac Dhomhnuill. Name and device. Sable, a chevron and on a chief argent three roses sable barbed vert seeded gules.
This name is clear of both Conal Mac Dhómhnuill and Coinneach Ó Domhnail. Conal and Coinneach are significantly different in sound and spelling. Mac ‘son of’ and O ‘descendant (grandson) of/of clan’ refer to significantly different relationships and are therefore clear.
Denise of Amberley. Name and device. Per bend azure and sable all goutty d’eau, a snake involved in annulo Or.
Diarmuid mac Nessa. Device. Azure, a boar statant and a bordure rayonny argent.
Dragonsspine, Barony of. Badge. (Fieldless) A sheaf of arrows Or surmounted by a dragon’s scale purpure.
The badge was submitted as for the Order of the Dragon’s Pheon, but the order name was returned in August 1999. The motif is grandfathered to the Barony as in their registered badge, A sheaf of three rapiers sable surmounted by a dragon’s scale argent.
Eadan Munro. Name and device. Per pale and chevronelly inverted gules and argent.
Edwin of Gleann Medónach. Holding name and device (see RETURNS for name). Per bend sinister azure and argent, a horse salient argent and three horseshoes in bend sinister azure.
Submitted under the name Ian Marcaiche.
Irina Vukoslava. Name.
James Qui Connait. Badge. (Fieldless) A pretzel vert.
Justinian de Quéry. Name.
Lan FeiQian. Name.
Márgrég inghean uí Chaiside. Name and device. Azure, on a bend sinister enarched argent between a decrescent and an increscent Or, three trees palewise eradicated proper.
Maria Sol de Leon. Badge. (Fieldless) On a sun per pale Or and azure a fleur-de-lys counterchanged.
Maximilian von Reichenbach. Name.
Michaela Kunrat. Name and device. Per pall argent, purpure, and gules, an arrow fesswise reversed purpure and two rapiers argent.
Moira MacGregor. Name change from Teresa Anna Lucia Vespucci.
While Mary MacGregor was the wife of Rob Roy MacGregor, she does not have her own entry in the standard sources, and we find no other reason to rule her important enough to protect.
Moira is SCA compatible.
Morris Ó Fiaich. Name.
The person asked for a name authentic for 14th century Irish. This would be Muirgius Ó Fiaich. However, the submitter allowed no changes.
Niccolo da Quaglietta. Name and device. Argent, on a bend cotised azure three quail close argent, on a chief azure, a lion passant guardant argent.
Submitted as Niccolo da Quagliétta, the author of the source of the byname, de Felice, adds accents only as a pronunciation guide, so we dropped it.
Richard of Wind Keep. Holding name and device (See RETURNS for name). Sable, a griffin sejant erect contourny and on a chief Or three mullets sable.
Submitted under the Griffin Porthor.
Robert Blackhawk. Device. Azure, on a chevron argent two hawks striking addorsed sable, a bordure argent.
Roger de Gilbert. Name and device. Argent, a palm tree couped sable and two roses proper one and two, on a point pointed fleury gules a rose argent barbed and seeded proper.
Stephan Sörensen. Name and device. Azure, a triskelion of armored legs between three pairs of scissors argent.
Ulrich Krieger. Name.
Rutger van Dieveren. Device. Per chevron purpure and azure, a chevron rompu between two goats combattant and a goat passant contourny argent.
THE FOLLOWING HAVE BEEN RETURNED FOR FURTHER WORK
Larisa Andriushkina zhena Ivanova doch. Device. Argent, two annulets conjoined in fess within a bordure vert.
The two annulets are neither conjoined nor interlaced, but are slightly overlapping, which blurs the distinction between the two and is not, as far as we know, period practice.
Tir Bannog, Shire of. Device. Per fess indented argent and sable, a bear statant and a laurel wreath counterchanged.
The petition of support lacked either a picture or a description of the armory.
Bice di Pietro. Device. Gules, a cross Or, overall on a lozenge sable fimbriated an estoile all within a bordure Or.
This device is returned for violating rule XI.4: Arms of Pretense. The fimbriation makes the lozenge appear to be charged with a bordure.
Ivor MacFergus. Device. Gules, a claymore, its hilt between the wings of a vol Or.
The device is in visual conflict with Brand Armand of Lancaster, Gules, a winged sword Or. A comparison of the emblazons showed that the visual resemblance was overwhelming.
Tessa da Rimini. Device. Per bend azure and argent, two keys in saltire, wards to base, counterchanged and a chief embattled argent.
One of the keys is counterchanged along its axis, thus making it unidentifiable.
Geoffrey de la Dale. Device. Argent, a bend sinister gules between two double-headed eagles displayed sable.
Conflict with Alejandro Ramirez Mendoza, Vair, a bend sinister gules between two falcons displayed sable. There is a CD for the field, but nothing for the difference between the secondary charges.
Iduna Snorradottir. Badge. (Fieldless) On an open scroll argent a wagon wheel proper.
A comparison of the emblazons showed that this submission is in conflict with Adsiltia fila Honorii, On an open scroll bendwise proper, an acorn proper. The scrolls are in precisely the same position, and no CD is given for change of type only of the tertiary charge.
Katelin Angell. Name and device. Per chevron throughout gules and argent, two mullets and a hydra counterchanged.
Both items were withdrawn by the submitter.
Tanglwyst de Holloway. Badge. (Fieldless) A maple leaf purpure surmounted by a lion couchant argent.
The lion is not charged on the maple leaf but is barely overall. Barely overall charges have been ruled unacceptable for a long time and for fieldless badges overall charges must have very little overlap with the charge it surmounts. Either way we must return this badge.
Andrew Quintero. Device. Azure, on a pale wavy argent a feather gules.
From the July 1992 LoAR, p.17: "This sort of wavy ordinary, with the waves opposed instead of parallel (‘wavy bretessed’ instead of ‘wavy-counter-wavy’), was returned on the LoAR of Dec 91 as a non-period depiction." Andrew’s device has the same problem. In addition, the pale is too wide.
Atlantia, Kingdom of. Badge for the Page School. Page School. (Fieldless) On a rose gules barbed vert a chalice argent.
This badge conflicts with the badge of the House of Tudor (important non-SCA armory) A tudor rose. One depiction of a Tudor Rose can be blazoned as a On a rose gules a rose argent. There is a CD for fieldlessness; however, there is none for changing the type only of a tertiary charge.
This was accidentally left off the July 1999 LoAR.
Helmut Kruger. Device. Per chevron throughout Or and gules, two standing balances and a lion rampant counterchanged.
Conflict with Andrew Kelson MacLaine, Or, on a pile inverted cotised gules, a Bengal tiger rampant argent, marked sable. Helmut’s device could as easily be blazoned Or, on a pile inverted between two standing balances gules a lion rampant Or. Therefore there is no change in tincture only of the tertiary charges. After consideration we also decided that because a pile should be drawn as throughout, or nearly so, the cotises count as two charges. Therefore there is only a single CD for the change in type of the secondary charges.
Jane Devereux. Name.
Conflict with Jeanne d’Evreaux, a queen of France. While she does not have her own listing in the Encyclopedia Britannica, prior precedent has protected queens of major kingdoms, and in her case she is also important as the owner of an well known book of hours, making her better known in the Society than in the general community.
Livia Teresa de Compostela. Name.
This name is returned because no documentation can be found for the name de Compostela. People from Santiago de Compostela were known as de Santiago.
Pao Hu Tso. Household name House Sain Noyan and badge. Argent, a natural tiger rampant to sinister per fess sable and gules, in chief a bow fesswise gules.
No documentation was provided that the name means what the submitter claims or that this is a period way to form household names in Chinese. The device is returned because as drawn the primary charge is unidentifiable.
Roger de Kymberle. Device. Per pall sable, vert and argent, in pale two swords crossed in saltire argent and a cat’s paw print counterchanged.
Conflict with a badge for the Shire of Graywood, Per fess embattled vert and argent, in pale two swords in saltire and a compass star counterchanged. There is one CD for the changes to the field, but none for change in type and tincture for only one of three of the primary charges (as they are not arranged two and one).
Südentür, Canton of. Name and device. Argent, a wooden arched door proper framed sable, on a chief wavy azure a laurel wreath argent.
There was insufficient documentation given that this is a reasonable construction for a place name in German and no commenters provided any. As we do not form holding names for groups we must also return the device; however, in a future submission we would like to see documentation for the shape of these doors.
Aarnimetsä, Barony of. Badge. Argent, on a bend sable three Bowen knots palewise argent.
Conflict with Diego Miguel Munoz de Castilla, Argent, on a bend sable three escallops palewise argent, and George of Berwick, Argent, on a bend sable, three double roses argent, barbed vert. In each case there is only one CD for substantially changing the type of the tertiaries.
Madoc ap Meurig. Device. Quarterly gules and sable, on a Latin cross formy nowy Or, a shamrock vert.
This is being returned because it is neither a cross nor a cross formy, but somewhere between and therefore not identifiable.
Oyn Cefnog. Device. Sable, on a pile ployé Or three pheons gules.
This is returned for conflict with the March of Grimfells, Sable, on a pile throughout Or a spiderweb throughout sable charged with a laurel wreath vert. There is only one CD for the changes to the charges on the pile. In addition, the pile needs to be more obviously ployé.
Seán MacLeod. Name.
Conflict with the registered name Shauna MacLeod. There is insufficient difference between the given names.
Carrick MacCucharraige. Name.
Carrick is derived from a place name, and thus the name lacks a given name.
His device was registered under the name Michael of Shattered Crystal.
Cecil Dupont. Name.
The forms lacked the legal name and address or any other contact information.
Frederich Holstein der Tollhase. Device. Per bend sinister purpure and vert, a cow rampant ermine rising from flames proper.
This device is returned for having a charge partially overall another charge; the cow was drawn half on the flames and half off. A cow rising from flames would be like a phoenix; i.e. a demi-cow issuant from flames. (It is also a discouraged charge, as I know of no examples of anything besides phoenixes being treated this way.) Furthermore, the flames were drawn as fimbriated, which has not been allowed for some time.
István Valkai. Device. Gules, three chevronels enhanced and a basset hound Or.
This is returned because it violates the reconstructability requirement. It is unclear which is the primary charge and which the secondary charge. Additionally, the dog should be redrawn to more resemble a basset hound.
Norborough, Marche of. Device. Or, a pavillion vert within a laurel wreath and on a chief vert, three compass stars Or.
The petition forms did not include a description of the armory.
Saint Michael and All Angels, College of. Branch name and device. Azure, on an open book between three angels argent, a laurel wreath vert.
A petition was not included with the forms.
Ysabel Natalia Osorio de León. Device. Per chevron purpure and vert, two lions combattant Or and a chalice argent.
This submission is returned for lack of paperwork.
Griffin Porthor. Name.
The name was submitted on old forms. The armory was registered under the name Richard of Wind Keep.
Ian Marcaiche. Name.
This name contains two weirdness: an SCA-compatible given name, and the combination of English and Gaelic orthographies in one name. His armory was registered under the name Edwin of Gleann Medónach.
Killian MacKenzie. Device. Argent, on a bend sinister between a sprig of forget-me-nots slipped and leaved and a wolf couchant azure, a feather argent.
While this submitter obtained a letter of permission to conflict with the Barony of Atenveldt Argent, on a bend sinister between two clarions azure, a quill pen argent there is an additional conflict. Because the secondary charges are not identical, the device is not simple and therefore conflicts with Catriona nighean Thaoig mhic Iurnain, Argent, on a bend sinister between two wolves’ heads ululant azure a bottlenosed dolphin naiant contourny argent.
THE FOLLOWING HAVE BEEN PENDED UNTIL THE OCTOBER, 1999 LAUREL MEETING
Middle, Kingdom of the. Transfer of heraldic title Afon Fawr Herald to Ealdormere.
This is pended waiting for the acceptance of transfer in the May Ealdormere LoI, which was redated to June.
Middle, Kingdom of the. Transfer of heraldic title to Bucina Herald.
This is pended waiting for the acceptance of transfer in the May Ealdormere LoI, which was redated to June.
Middle, Kingdom of the. Transfer of heraldic title to Calygreyhound Herald.
This is pended waiting for the acceptance of transfer in the May Ealdormere LoI, which was redated to June.
Middle, Kingdom of the. Transfer of heraldic title to Gopher Pursuivant.
Middle, Kingdom of the. Transfer of heraldic title to Green Mantle Pursuivant.
Middle, Kingdom of the. Transfer of heraldic title to Inland Seas Herald.
Middle, Kingdom of the. Transfer of heraldic title to Pentland Herald.
Middle, Kingdom of the. Transfer of heraldic title to Seeblatt Herald.
Middle, Kingdom of the. Transfer of heraldic title to Stave Pursuivant.
Middle, Kingdom of the. Transfer of heraldic title to Trillium Herald.
THE FOLLOWING HAVE BEEN PENDED UNTIL THE JANUARY, 2000 LAUREL MEETING
Andrew Quintero. Badge. Argent, a feather bendwise sinister gules, a bordure wavy azure.
The field was blazoned as azure.
Basileios Philanthropenos Philomathes. Device. Argent, a chevron between three Jerusalem crosses gules.
This is pended for discussion about whether the arms of the Earl of Carrick Argent, a chevron gules were important enough to be protected.
The Earls of Carrick in Scotland bore, through much of period, Argent a chevron gules. This can be seen in a number of old rolls, and referenced in standard sources like Nisbet. Armorial Gelre (where it’s coat #691) and Scots Roll are two relatively easily available sources. The coat does not seem to have left a great impact on modern Scots armory; it isn’t listed in Lyon I and is only found once in Lyon II, as the 2nd quartering of the County Council for the County of Ayr (specifically stated as being for Carrick.
Giovanni di Sienna. Household name Compagnie du Graal.
This is pended for commentary on whether the Knights of the Grail, found in Wolfram von Eschenbach, Parzifal, and Lohengrin, a Wagner opera, is important enough to protect.