Greetings unto Master Rory mac Feidhlimidh, Dragon, Lady Phebe Bonadeci, Rouge Scarpe, and the commenting members of the Midrealm College of Heralds; from Lady Ana Linch, Escutcheon Herald.
Unless noted, clients will accept minor changes and a holding name. All comments are due by July 25th.
1) Bernhard von Goslar (M) -- New Name
Client will accept all changes and cares for a German name.
[von] -- from the town of
[Goslar] -- town in central Germany founded in the 10th Century, most known for its nearby mines. "Goslar, German Political Geography," (http://reference.allrefer.com/encyclopedia/G/Goslar.html)
|2) Damiana Tereasa Isabel Cardona (F) -- New
Name and Device -- Vert, a fox sejant affronty,
holding a thistle proper in his mouth, on a chief double
enarched argent two thistles proper in saltire
Client will *not* accept major changes and cares for 14th century Iberian/Spanish
"Saints Cosmas" (http://www.stdamian.com/Church/saints_cosmas.htm), lists: ". . . Cosmas and Damian were brothers. . . were apprehended by order of Lysias, governor of Cilicia. They underwent various torments and were beheaded about the year 283."
"Patron Saints Index: Damian," (http://www.catholic-forum.com/saints/saintd06.htm), . . .died by ". . . tortured and beheaded c, 287-303,"
"Name Database: Girls," (http://www.darksangria.com/girls/d.html) s.n. Damien: French, partron saint of surgeons [Damiane, Damina, Damia]
"16th Century Spanish Names Feminine Given Names Alphabetically," by Elsbeth Anne Roth (http://www-2.cs.cmu.edu/~kvs/heraldry/spanish16/fem-given-alpha.html) s.n. [Damiana]: Damiana de Jerez c. 1560, IV.82
"Apellidoes, hiz," (http:apellidos.biz/ver/527.html) Juan-Juan-Ramo'n Folch de Cardona, c. 1491
"Duchy of Segorbe (http://www.absoluteastronomy.com/encyclopedia/S/Se/Segorbe.htm)," ". . . His son Lluis Folc de Cardona-Arago was count of Prades, but he predeceased his mother in 1596. . ."
(Esct. Note: No documentation was given for Tereasa or Isabel.)
|3) Issobell de Montchrestien -- New Device -- Purpure,
a gyno-sphinx argent couchant, hair sable winged Or, a
(Name passed RS Nov '04 and is at Laurel)
|4) Issobell de Montchrestien -- New Badge -- [Fieldless],
A gyno-sphinx argent cuchant, hair sable, winged Or.
(Name passed RS Nov '04 and is at Laurel)
|5) Iustinos Tekton --New Badge --
[Fieldless], A sword and a quill, points to base, in
chevron inverted vert
(Name reg'd July '02)
(co-owner Milica of Varna, name reg'd Apr '02)
|6) Katerina Mähler
(F) -- New Device --Per pale gules and azure, a
chevron ermine between three compass stars argent.
(Name reg'd Jul '02)
|7) Kyferin Sachsson (F) -- New Name and Device
-- Argent, a skunk sable marked argent, within a
Client will accept all changes and cares for late 15th through 16th century Germany
[Sachsson] -- Surname/last name -- [Sachson] was found through the museum in Vienna Austria as a reference in a 15th Century German Armor exhibition. (There is a photocophy of the photo of the museum plaque and translation)
|8) Mael Duin mac Giolla Eanna (M) New Name and
Device -- Sable, on a lozenge argent, a wolf's head
Client will *not* accept changes.
[Eanna] -- found in "Irish Names," O'Corrain and Maquire, p. 86, [Eanna] is a name of various popular secular heros.
According to the paperwork: "The construction used is found in Woulfe, pp. 366-381, "it follows the pattern of 'mac' ('son of') plus "Giolla" ('servant/follower') plus the name of a Saint, noble, lord, king, etc. As examples: Mac Giolla Eain (p. 372) [son of a servant of st. John], mac Giolla Eorna (p. 373) [son of a servant of Eorna], mac Giolla Curraig (p. 369) [son of a bald youth], mac Giolla Seanain (p. 380) [son of a servant of St. Senan]"
(Esct. Note: The client's handwriting made it hard to read, so forgive me if I misquote anything.)
9) Thomasine Greenwell (F) -- New Name
Client will accept all changes and cares for 13-14th century English.
[Greenwell] -- Reany & Wilson, "A Dic. of British Surnames, 2nd ed.," p. 156 (No citation given)
(Esct. Note: According to my copy of Withycombe, [Thomasine] ". . . fem dim of Thomas, medieval" and Reaney & Wilson, [Greenwell] s.n. [Greenwell]-- Thomas de Grenewille 1279 )
In Service to the Dream,
Lady Ana Linch
|Rouge Scarpe||Phebe Bonadeci||P.J. Reaney
4831 W Roscoe #3
Chicago, IL 60641
|Escutcheon:||Ana Linch||Jo Ann Ewbank
Jackson, MI 49203
|Dragon:||Rory mac Feidhlimidh||Kevin L. Conlin
820 E Monroe Bloomington, IL 61701
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