Seneschal Officer's Badge
Master Midair MacCormaic
(Charles Cohen)
3405 Brentwood Court
Ann Arbor, MI  48108
734-971-1809 (home, before 8:30 PM)
734-678-4021 (cell)
E-mail

Office of the Seneschal

Midair MacCormaic, Seneschal
Master Midair MacCormaic
(Charles Cohen)
3405 Brentwood Court
Ann Arbor, MI  48108
734-971-1809 (home, before 8:30 PM) / 734-678-4021 (cell)
E-mail

Seneschallorum

Laws, Customs, and Organization of the Middle Kingdom

Policies and Procedures

New and Incipient Groups

Baronial Polling and Advancement Information

Miscellaneous Information

Curia Regis

Deputies of the Kingdom Seneschal Reports

Seneschal Reporting Schedule
Updated January 2013
The Seneschallate no longer submits Domesday Reports!

Quarterly Reports
Regional Seneschals and Deputies to the Kingdom Seneschal
  • March 17, June 14, September 14, and December 15 Quarterly reports go to the Kingdom Seneschal.
  • By Kingdom Law, failure to file required reports can be held by the Kingdom Seneschal as voluntary resignation from office. If you are going to be late with your reports please contact the Kingdom Seneschal for an extension.
Baronies
  • March 2, May 30, August 30, and November 30 Quarterly reports go to the Regional Seneschal.
Full Status Groups (Shires, Cantons, Colleges, Strongholds, Ridings, Marches, etc.)
  • February 15, May 15, August 15, and November 15 Quarterly reports go to Baronial and Regional Seneschals.
  • Colleges are expected to report unless they have entered a period of dormancy, during which the group is inactive. Dormancy usually applies only to the summer trimester falling between May 30 and September 30. For exceptions, please contact the Kingdom Seneschal for an exemption.
Incipient
  • May 15, August 15 Quarterly reports go to the Deputy for New Groups and group administering branch Seneschals. Proto-incipient groups not being official groups, cannot be forced to report, but will not be advanced unless they do.

  • Branches that do not send in a Quarterly Report by the deadline may be suspended automatically without prior notice.

Understanding the New Reports and Reporting Schedules