June 21, 2011

Greetings unto THL Kriemhilt von Ebersberg, Dragon Herald, Meister Konrad Mailander, Rouge Scarpe Herald, and the commenting members of the Midrealm
College of Heralds; from Brynn Herleifsson, Escutcheon Herald.

All comments are due to Rouge Scarpe and Dragon by July 25, 2011


1) Albrecht Kurze (M) – New Name and Device - "Per pale sable and gules, an oakleaf and in chief three acorns argent"

Castell Gwent

Albrecht -
"Medieval German Given names from Silesia" (http://heraldry.sca.org/laurel/names/bahlow_v.htm ) cites Albrecht a number of times between 1271 and 1584.

Kurze -
"Some Early Middle High German Bynames with Emphasis on Names from the Bavarian Dialect Area " (http://heraldry.sca.org/laurel/names/Early_German_Bynames.html) sites Kurze ("Short") as a variant of Kurz dating to 1240 and 1262

 

Escutcheon's Note:
Client will accept major and minor changes. Client desires a male name.


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2) Albrecht Kurze (M)– New Badge - "Per pale sable and gules, an acorn argent"

Castell Gwent



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3) Arslan (M)– New Name and Device- "Argent, in chief a lion's head cabossed gules, in base an eastern cross reversed gules

Iron Oak

Arslan -
On the Documentation and Construction of Period Mongolian Names (http://heraldry.sca.org/laurel/names/mongol.html) source lists Arslan without a date, gives a meaning of 'lion'

Academy of St. Gabriel report 3084 (http://www.panix.com/~gabriel/public-bin/showfinal.cgi/3084.txt) gives Arslan as the name of a military commander in 1554-1556.

Escutcheon's Note: Client will NOT accept major changes, and cares most meaning (Mongolian word for Lion), and desires a male name.

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4) Brighid Breatnach (F) – New Name and Device - "Vert, a St. Brigid's cross on a chief Or a grapevine vert"

Gwyntarian

Brighid -
Withycombe, 3rd edition p. 54, s.n. Bridget

Breatnach -
From names and naming practices in the Fitzwilliam Accounts from the 16th c. Ireland Gaelic descriptive bynames, s.n Bretenaugh at http://heraldry.sca.org/laurel/names/lateirish/fitzwilliam.html

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5) Eoin Drake (M) – New Name and Device - "Per chevron inverted purpure and Or, three half-moon knives inverted counterchanged"

Havenholde

Eoin -
Irish Names and Surnames, Woulfe, pg 183 - Listed under same

Drake -
Irish Names and Surnames, Woulfe, pg 283 - Listed under Drac

Escutcheon's Notes:
Client will not accept Major changes, cares most about an unspecified language and/or culture, and desires a male name.

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6) Eva Perron (F) – New name and device - "Argent, a hawk vert jested and hooded sable on a chief vert a dexter and sinister hand appaume argent"

Flaming Gryphon

Eva -
Withycombe, 3rd ed. page 112 S.N. Eva, Eve, dates Eva to 1199 - 1219

Perron -
Reaney and Wilson revised 3rd ed., Page 347 S.N. Perron, Perrin.

Escutcheon's Notes:
Cilent will accept major and minor changes. Client cares most about sound ("Ē - və Pĕr-rən")

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7) Gianna Vettori (F) – New Name and Device - "Per Fess indented fleury counter-fleury sable and argent"

Cleftlands

Gianna -
A list of All Women's Given names from The Condado section of the Florence Catasto of 1427 by Juliana de Luna
http://www.s-gabriel.org/names/juliana/condado/womensalpha.html Sources dates the name Gianna to 1427, occuring one time.

Vettori -
Family names appearing in the catasto of 1427 - Anonymous
http://www.s-gabriel.org/names/ferrante/catasto/family-names.html and/or
http://www.stg.brown.edu/projects/catasto/newsearch/family_names.html gives the family name Vettori nine times.

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8) Gwindelin Odell (F) – New Name

Gwindelin -
Legal name allowance (Driver's license, verified by Master Dafydd Blaidd)

Odell -
Oxford Dictionary of English Place Names (page 260) S.N. Odell
[N.B.: No date was given so to shore it up I looked up Odell in my copy of Reaney and Wilson, Odell is dated to 1545 and 1576 s.n. Odell]

Escutcheon Notes:
Client will accept major and minor changes and desires a female name.

 

 

9) Iohannes v. Weißwald (M) – Resubmitted Device - "Azure, three pallets chevronelly Argent and Sable. In chief four mullets of eight Argent."

Fearann na Criche

Escutcheon's Note:
Device originally submitted via Calontir 11/94
Client's name registered July of 1986 via the East as "Iohannes von Weisswald"

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10) Iohannes v. Weißwald (M) – New Badge - "Fieldless, a bear rampant to sinister Or, Armed, Langued, Orbed, Engorged, and Chained, Maintaining an Arquebus in sinister paw fesswise and in dexter paw an aiming rod bendwise, all gules, In base a scroll Argent.

Fearann na Criche

Escutcheon Notes:
Client's name registered July of 1986 via the East as "Iohannes von Weisswald"
The colors on this submission may appear "iffy" to some eyes and monitors as the actual paper form used (beautiful) gold and silver inks. The scanner I use represented the gold paint as an almost-brown, almost-orange, could-be yellow color.

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11) Sashcha Turcitul (M) – New Name and Device - "Gyronny of Eight Argent and Or, a bear rampant lanced gules, sable between 3 lightning bolts in Pall gules"

Mugmort

Sashcha -
Academy of St. Gabriel report 381 indicates this spelling is a diminuitive of Alekandr/Aleksandra and dates to 1522.

Turcitul -
Dated 1577 to 1591, meaning 'the Turkified' per the Romanian names article at (www.ellipsis.cx/~liana/names/other/romanian.html)

Escutcheon Notes:
Client will accept major and minor changes. Client cares most about an unspecified meaning and language/culture (Russian/Romanian). The desired gender of the name is male.

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12) Sashcha Turcitul (M) – New Alternate Device - "Chevronelly argent and Or, a bear rampant langed gules, sable"

Mugmort


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13) Sigmund Kittel (M) – New Device - "Sable, a bear statant Argent, in a chief rayonny a hunting horn gules between two crosses moline sable"

Flame

Escutcheon Notes:
Client's name was registered in March of 2010 via the Middle

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14) Sven Karlsson – New Device - "Gyronny arrondi of eight sable and argent, a lion's jambe issuant from base Or sustaining a heart gules"

Mugmort

Escutcheon's Note:
This was a misrouted Pennsic submission

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15) Ynés de Jaen – New Name

Illiton

Ynes -
Spanish names from the Late 15th Century (http://www.s-gabriel.org/names/juliana/isabella/WomensGivenAlpha.html) gives 30 occurrences in the late 15th century

de Jaen -
The same source (but page http://www.s-gabriel.org/names/juliana/isabella/locative.html) gives de Jaen in the late 15th century. Jaen is a city located "relatively east to Grenada"

Escutcheon's Note:
Client will NOT accept major changes, desires a male name, and cares most about meaning ("Meaning of Greir, given name spelling preferred")


 

 

16) William John Roderick of Colchester (M) – New Device - "Argent a chevron azure and in base a dandelion with three heads proper"

Roaring Wastes

Escutcheon's Notes:
This was a misrouted Pennsic submission.


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In Service,

Lord Brynn Herleifson

Rouge Scarpe:

Konrad Mailander

Dale Niederhauser
110 Dodge St.
Swanton, OH 43558

Escutcheon:

Brynn Herleifsson

CJ Miller
6702 Old Porter Rd
Portage, IN 46368

Dragon:

Kriemhilt von Ebersberg

Sabine Lessing-Tyson
5183 Stewart Rd
Sterling, MI 48659

 


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