December 15, 2005

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. I hope everyone has a joyous holiday.

All comments are due by January 25th.

1) Ana ingen Chonchobhair -- Device Resubmission -- Per chevron argent and vert, a greyhound sable courant and an owl argent affronty
(Rock Falls, IL)
(Name reg'd May '02)

The device was returned by RS. Nov '05 for redrawing.

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2) Eduard Halidai -- Device Change -- Argent, a spoon bendwise a bordure sable
(Loveland, OH)
(Name reg'd Jun '88)

Client would like his old device (Per chevron purpure and argent, two butter churns and a cow salient counterchanged) released.

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3) Kemma Quatremaine (F) -- New Name

Client will *not* accept major changes and is interested in 15th century English.

  • [Kemma] -- "Feminine Given Names in 'A Dic. of Eng. Surnames'," by Talan Gwynek
    ( [Kemma 1311]

    [Quatremaine] -- "Monumental Brass Rubbings for England, Oxfordshire"
    [Richard Quatremaine 1460]

  • 4) Sara Macqueen (F) -- New Name

    Client will *not* accept major changes and is interested in a Scottish name.

  • [Sara] -- Legal given name. No documentation was given.

    [Macqueen] -- "Clans and Tartans," by Lorna Blackie. According to the paperwork: "There is another mention of mainland members, this time the Macqueens, in the early 15th century. . ."
    (Esct. Note: Photocopies are provided. The documentation is mostly out of period. This quote was the best I could dig out of it.)


    5) Templemead, Canton of -- New Name and Device -- Argent, a cross gules surmounted by a laurel wreath vert, on a chief embattled sable, three chalices argent
    (Kentwood, MI)

    Client will *not* accept major changes and is interested in 13-14th century English.

  • [Templemead] -- "A Collection of 613 English Borough Names for Use in Locative Bynames," by Frederic Badger,
    ( [Templemead 1306]
  • Petition is included in the paperwork.

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    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
    1106 Woodsum
    Jackson, MI 49203
    Dragon: Rory mac Feidhlimidh Kevin L. Conlin
    820 E Monroe Bloomington, IL 61701




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