Outlands College of Heralds
From the White Stag Principal Herald
Lady Sorcha MacLeod - Tammy Ackerson - 107 S. Taylor St. Unit B - Laramie, WY 82070
[ whitestag@outlands.org ]

11 February 2005

Report: Domesday 2004

Warm and heartfelt greetings unto Ibrahim and Ileana, Sultan and Sultana of the Outlands, Master François la Flamme, Laurel King of Arms, Mistress Leah de Montgomerie, Outlands Seneschal, the Outlands College of Heralds, and to all others who come by these letters, from Lady Sorcha MacLeod, White Stag Principal Herald!

I am honored to report that the Outlands College of Heralds is growing and vital. While many of the active heralds in the kingdom are relatively new, there is a great enthusiasm for learning. I took office on 08 May 2004, succeeding Mistress Tatiana Pavlovna Sokolova. My goals for my tenure have been to increase communication and teamwork within the College, to improve education of both heralds and the general populace, and to recruit more new heralds while training the currently active local and at-large heralds to hold kingdom staff offices. While these are concurrent projects, I have established a three-part plan to concentrate on each in turn, and I am pleased to announce that the second phase is beginning, and our concentrated efforts now turn to educating ourselves and the kingdom we serve.

Over the past year, we have discussed as a college what it means to be a herald, and I was very impressed at the depth of responses to the question. Interested parties may find the conversation in the archives of the outlands-heralds yahoogroup. Lord AEthelwulf, Plover, issued a field heraldry challenge in which heralds may earn points for various field activities, and the contest ends this summer, with the winner receiving a prize at KWHS 2005. In a joint project with Master Balthazar, Weel Herald, at the end of the year, a survey of questions was posted to the same list, seeking feedback on what members of the college wished to learn and soliciting ideas on how best to improve education of heralds within the kingdom, and how to make heraldry more accessible and less confusing to the populace in general.

I have required that most kingdom staff positions have a listed emergency replacement, against any sudden need, and each is expected to have this deputy by the end of their first six months in office. This should have the added benefit of increasing the pool of heralds able to perform kingdom staff offices. My emergency deputy is THLady Alia Marie de Blois, as Palmer Herald, and her contact information is on the roster enclosed as Appendix C on page 12 with the individually sent copies of this report. While recent rosters have not included membership information for heralds holding offices, I find that older rosters do include this information, and I have asked that it be included in Domesdays for completeness. I expect that a significant number of heralds will forget to include the information, and I will work on collecting it as I have time in 2005.

The College has encountered a variety of hurdles both large and small in the past year, most notably challenges in payments to Laurel for submissions and to the Heraldic Packet Service coordinator for the copy and mailing services provided. Because stable communication has not been able to be established between the White Stag office and the Kingdom Exchequery, I am unable to guess what might have caused the repeated delays. Heraldic procedure has been altered to better log where the funds are through our offices and to track notification of payments due. Delayed payments resulted in one batch of Outlands submissions being held past the date they were scheduled to be considered.

The other major challenge has been in personnel changeover of kingdom staff and baronial pursuivants, some of which was expected due to the length of time the officeholders had been serving, and others due to sudden changes in the lives of the officeholders. For the most part, transitions have been smooth, and work continues to be done.

The sections of kingdom policy that cover heraldic activity are unfortunately out of date, but I have not yet received feedback on my suggested alterations from either Crown or Kingdom Seneschal. These changes were sent several times over the year, to accommodate changes in officers and the royal succession. There have been larger issues for both Crown and Seneschal to deal with during this calendar year, but I hope that the policies may be updated early in 2005.

Reports:

Reporting continues to improve in both quality and frequency.

Kingdom Staff - 100% of 12 filled positions

Kingdom Staff are required to report quarterly, but are encouraged to report more frequently.

Blue Iris [Queen's Herald/Royal Court]

Master Adam Stedefast posts an accounting of business for the courts of Ibrahim and Ileana to the outlands and outlands-heralds lists, and sends award reports to the appropriate parties. Warrant expires 14 May 2005.

Fretty [CoA Commenter]

fulfills reporting requirement with LoCs. This office is currently vacant.

Gimlet [Protocol]

Countess Aindrea MacCullaich reports:

In the past calendar year, five Knights, six Laurels, and three Pelicans were made. These ceremonies were written by myself, Master Louis-Phillipe (during his tenure as Blue Iris), or other knowledgeable members of the kingdom. The styles ranged from the basic, generic ceremony, to heavily Mongol-influenced. Two Laurel ceremonies (for Catrin von Berlin and Katrin von Hohenzollern) included oaths and other aspects in spoken German. Hedwig Kettuin spoke her oath in her native Finnish.

There were, as per usual, two Coronation ceremonies this year.

The Barony of the Citadel of the Southern Pass, Caerthe, Unser Hafen, and al-Barran all had new barons and baronesses invested.

Already this year I am working on a Pelican ceremony for THL Ryan, and a Knighting ceremony for THL Zachariah.

Goals for the new year:

Scan all old ceremonies onto a disk.
Gather missing ceremonies for the archives.
Write a period Principal Herald investiture ceremony.
Continue to expand my personal library with books on period ceremonies.

Emergency backup is Baroness Anne Bigod. Warrant expires 01 June 2005.

Liber Herald [CoA Commenter]

Herr Conrad von Zollern has agreed to take this post, and is likely to generate his first Letter of Comment in February. His appointment must be confirmed by Laurel King of Arms after at least one timely LoC. This office fulfills reporting requirement with LoCs. The title was missed in the recent upgrades, since White Stag was unaware of its existence, but that will be corrected. Assuming that his appointment is approved, of which I have no doubts, his warrant will expire 01 January 2007.

Palmer [Emergency Replacement/Administrative Deputy]

Maistre Louis-Phillipe Mitouard was interim Palmer during 2004, and had no duties save the willingness to step in to my office in case of emergency. The office is assumed for the long-term as of 01 January 2005 by THLady Alia Marie de Blois, who will have some administrative duties beginning this summer, after wrapping up some new tools for the Rampart office. Warrant expires 01 January 2007.

Plover [Field Heraldry]

Lord AEthewulf of Golias reports:

The year of 2004 CE was a 'normal' year for myself, performing town crying, tournament announcing and scroll-reading duties at many, many events. The following list are the highlights which stand out in my mind:

Town Crying & Muster Call at Estrella War XX

Herald-in-Charge at Grand Outlandish XXX

stand-in Court Herald at al-Barran Sworded Affaire

In addition to the 'normal' activities of being TE of al-Barran's Field Herald; I was their Herald for the College of Blaiddwyn. As such, I did some consultation for devices, and recruited a quasi-deputy in Odile Balestra. While Odile went on to become the College's A&S Minister, she is still an active herald, attending Rampart meetings, and doing newcomer-introductions to heraldic matters (explaining the majority of the pageantry at Coronation to some of the newer members).

Finally, in the latter months of the year, I assumed the duties of deputy Plover Herald, and attended Crown Tournament parts One and Two. Organising the processional, and coordinating heralds was fun, and I look forward to doing it again in the spring (but I hope I only have to do it once. In my work to increase the office of Plover, I started the Plover Challenge (with the help of Master Adam Stedefast) in an effort to get more visibility for Field Heraldry. Primarily, the Challenge was to foster discussion on the Outlands-heralds e-mail-list, but it also had an offline agenda as well. Once the New Year starts, I will be restarting the e-mail challenges, as well as further developing the Plover website, located at http://plover.outlandsheralds.org

No emergency deputy, yet, and his warrant expires 01 November 2006.

Rampart [Submissions]

fulfills reporting requirement with LoIs. Notifications backlog is completely caught up; kudos to THLady Alia Marie de Blois for catching it up before her stepping-down. She reports:

This year, I received and processed 252 submissions, made decisions on 250 items, and sent to Laurel 197 items. I mostly kept the Rampart website mostly up to date, with Letters of Presentation, Response, and Intent, and links to and excerpts from Letters of Acceptance and Return from Laurel.

The Rampart decision meeting was regularly attended all year by Juan Balthazar Tegero, Æthelwulf of Golias, and Odile Balestra. During the first half of the year, it was also regularly attended by Anne Aliz de Basle, Charles Robert Blackstone, and Melchior auf Missen. During the second half of the year, it was also regularly attended by Ceolwen æt Axanbrycg. AEthelwulf was a great filing minion, both filing things back in and digging out files. Odile handled pre-packetization and Vanna duties. Everyone else generally helped by reading commentary and discussing submissions. AEthelwulf and Ceolwen also attended my Rampart Filing Party late in the year, to help me get the files somewhat in order before turning over the office.

I had several regular commenters, who made my job infinitely easier. Aryanhwy merch Catmael, knute (canute), Mor inghean Cathail, and Gwain of Miskbridge commented regularly all year. Da'ud ibn Auda commented regularly during the first part of the year. Timothy O'Brien and Halla in heppna Knorsdottir began commenting regularly in April. Margaret Hepburn, and Sorcha MacLeod commented regularly during the last half of the year. In November, we gained the Viking Answer Lady, Gunnvor silfraharr, as a commentor. I also got occasional commentary from Katrein Adler, Palotzi Marti, Brigit Camshron, Mærwynn of Holme, Pendar the Bard, Cadell Blaidd du, and Naitan de Yerdebuc

I also created an email list to handle commentary, which has had good results. At the beginning of the year, notification of heraldic results were drastically behind, but by the end of the year were completely caught up.

As part of a long-term goal towards reducing the time and computer skill level required to be Rampart, I began work on a dynamic, database-driven website which tracks submissions and generates Letters on the fly. I have a beta version of the site up and running, but it's not yet ready for general use.

Working with the exchequery was an ongoing goal this year, with some success, but it remains to be seen how long-term the results are. Procedures are now in place to provide better accounting for money, both incoming and outgoing. Also, I had some ongoing issues with my local group's perception that Rampart was their local submissions herald, but that was resolved through communication and small steps. There were some similar issues with the previous Rampart.

I taught classes at three events and ran two consultation tables, plus some informal consultation. I attended KWHSS in July, where I took a few classes and met with Laurel and other CoA heralds. I wrote one brief web article on a specific problematic heraldic submission style.

As webminister for the Outlands College of Heralds website, in October, I did a major redesign of the site, and generally maintained the site throughout the year. Some heralds maintain their own sites under the outlandsheralds.org domain name, and one maintains her own site separately.

Outside of my official duties, I also started doing some vocal heraldry, both processional and field. My heraldic library remains small but useful.

In addition to performing these duties, THLady Alia Marie also wrote two articles to help submitters and new heralds, "Chevrons (inverted), Chaussés, Piles, and Chiefs Triangular, Oh My!" which may be found at: http://rampart.outlandsheralds.org/lessons/blurring1.html and "The Life of a Submission," found at: http://www.outlandsheralds.org/Rampart/lifeofasubmission.html. For an accounting of submissions, see Appendix D, page 19. This office is currently vacant to allow for some housekeeping to be finished before the next person takes on those duties. Emergency deputy has been Master Walter Kempe of Falconhold, office is currently vacant.

Stag's Attire [Heraldic regalia and display]

office is currently vacant.

Trefoil [CoA Commenter]

Baron Timothy O'Brien has taken on the job, and we have taken steps to provide him with Letters of Intent to comment on. Laurel King of Arms has confirmed Timothy's appointment, and he is added to the CoA roster and mailing list. Warrant expires 01 December 2006.

Weel [Herald Education/Publications]

Master Juan Balthazar Tegero provides a summary of his heraldic activity, having written an article for a local branch newsletter and one for Tournaments Illuminated, and he notes the dual project between his office and mine to generate more interest in heraldic education. Warrant expires 01 August 2006.

Wharrow [On-line Roll of Arms]

Arglwydd Llywus ap Alan reports:

In the sixth month of the year I was invested with the office of Wharrow Herald, then called Pursuivant, taking over the office from Mor inghean Chathail, who had to leave the Kingdom for mundane reasons. The primary duty of this office is to maintain the on-line armorial and Roll of Arms for the Kingdom of the Outlands. This web site is used to display the registered arms of citizens or local groups within the Outlands for the dual purposes of education in heraldry and to provide reference material.

For all registered Arms the site provides an emblazon as well as the blazon as registered and date of Acceptance. The registered name and date are also provided.

Since assuming the office of Wharrow I have kept the on-line armorial up-to-date with all new device registrations, adding the new registrations within about one week of receipt of the Letters of Acceptance and Returns from Laurel.

Under the guidance of White Stag I have begun to review the armorial for errors and for emblazons that are in need of improvement, including charges that have too much or poorly defined internal detail so as to be difficult to recognize. These devices I am correcting or cleaning up. I am working alphabetically through the list and am currently in the "T"'s.

When the owner of a registered device contacts me to modify an on-line emblazon to more closely match the way he or she displays their Arms I work with them to get an emblazon that satisfies both the owner and the purposes of the armorial.

To date I have added, corrected, or modified 252 devices.

I have very few other heraldic duties. This year I did assist in the submission of one badge, for the College of Scribes of the Outlands. I have been working with two citizens in the creation of name and device submissions. One of these is ready to be submitted and will be once we can make contact with the Reeve of our Shire to get the required check. The second is quite close to being submittable.

I handled no funds this year.

For the coming year I plan to continue with my work at "cleaning" the on-line emblazons. I anticipate this project will be mostly completed in the spring. Once this work is done I would like to make some major improvements to the site itself. I would like to add a search engine so that the armorial could be searched by blazon or name element. I would also like to break out the devices of the groups from those of the citizens and, possibly, begin adding the badges of the various guilds and/or awards. This project may require changing the underlying architecture of the site. This is a long term project and may not be rolled out during calendar year 2005.

Another goal that has been discussed at time is the integration of data between the Wharrow and Wimble sites. One vision is that when a user viewed a device on the Wharrow site they would see the awards list with the name and blazon. Or possibly a link to the Wimble site that would automatically search for the Precedence of the device owner. This will require the involvement of other heralds' offices, specifically Wimble, and would probably require a change in the architecture of both sites.

In the past week I have been in discussion with Ceolwen aet Axanbrycge of al-Barran about assisting in the web modifications, but these discusions are in the very early stages.

Emergency deputy is Lady Halla inn heppna Knorsdottir. Warrant expires 01 June 2006.

Wimble [Precedence]

Duchess Kathryn of Iveragh maintains the precedence records. The Order of Precedence, Who's Who in the Outlands, and the Book of Lists, along with other pertinent documents may be found at http://www.outlandsheralds.org/Wimble/index.html, and a copy of the Order of Precedence is attached to the copies of this report to Laurel, the Crown, and the Kingdom Seneschal. See Appendix E, page 31. Emergency deputy is THLady Seuilla de Cordoba. Warrant expires 01 June 2005.

Kingdom Scribe

Mistress Bennet Murray reports:

Presently the College of Scribes is fortunate enough to have 62 active scribes. (active meaning the scribe has completed at least one Kingdom assignment in the past calendar year). This number is up from 41 when I first took office.

Communication remains great between the Scribe's office and Herald's office (in my opinion). Communication from Crowns is also great.

During the past calendar year 384 kingdom scrolls have been created.

Each barony now has a Baronial Scribe and active scribes.

Mistress Averil, my Southern deputy, as well as Mistress Monika, al-Barran baronial scribe, have done numerous area scribal classes. Baroness Christina has also held scribal classes in her area. All three of these ladies have worked very hard to increase the scribal arts and bring in new scribes.

Goals for this year are:

Continue to increase the number of scribes.

Continue to help facilitate classes on various scribal subjects (classes planned at Kingdom A&S, St. Golias War Practice, KWHSS, others in the works as well)

Toward the end of this calendar year, I will probably begin looking for a successor to this office. I would like to have time to work with her (or him) for a full reign before I step down.

I agree with Bennet that communication and cooperation between our offices and between our respective colleges is going well. Emergency deputy is Mistress Averil du Bois d'Avignon. Warrant expires 13 May 2006.

OCoH Webminister

Over the past year, THLady Alia Marie de Blois has updated the look and usefulness of the OCoH website, and has made other updates as necessary. The website is located at: http://www.outlandsheralds.org Additionally, some heralds maintain their own webpages under the outlandsheralds.org domain, particularly Rampart (http://rampart.outlandsheralds.org/), Wharrow (http://wharrow.outlandsheralds.org/), and Plover (http://plover.outlandsheralds.org/).

Baronies - 100%

Baronies are required to report monthly.

Caerthe:
Mistress Fiachra ni Ciardhubhain, Aspen Pursuivant, sends an accounting of submissions, awards, and finances for the year, as well as attaching an inventory of books. She lists as goals for the coming year, " Next years goals are to get to more fighter practices and events and be available for consultation. I also plan to learn how the online commenting works. I've never done it. There is also a plan in the works to have a Caerthan Heraldry Website." No emergency deputy listed, and her warrant expires 01 June 2006.
al-Barran:
THLord Pendar the Bard, Scorpion Pursuivant, sends a detailed accounting of submissions, awards, and finances since he took office. He outlines a rough inventory and requests a current roster. His summary of heraldic activity over the past year is an impressive list of a variety of activity, including teaching, consultations, and vocal heraldry. Pendar lists as his goal for the coming year, "to start delegating responsibilities to other people rather than trying to do everything myself." No emergency deputy listed, and his warrant expires 28 May 2006.
Dragonsspine:
Lady Halla in heppna Knorsdottir, Scalene Pursuivant, sends a report in painstaking detail. She regrets that not all information from the early part of the year is available, but for her tenure thus far, she lists each submission and its status, as well as listing the current consultations. She gives a summary of financial activity and a listing of awards received by members of her barony. She reports the participation of eighteen gentles in her barony in field and/or court heraldry. Her inventory is exhaustive. Halla reports the following goals for the year: provide more opportunities for new heralds, recruit more official deputies, designate an emergency replacement deputy, improve tracking of awards given to Dragonsspine residents, and automate tracking of Dragonsspine submissions. Her warrant expires 01 August 2006.
Citadel of the Southern Pass:
Sheik Omar Mohammud Mirzazadeh, Rook Pursuivant, reports low activity levels for 2004. He provides an accounting of submissions, awards, and finances from the past year. He has been doing court and field heraldry. At Outlands Heralds and Scribes Symposium in 2004, Omar taught "Vocal Production for Court and Field." Omar has been unable to find an emergency deputy, and his warrant expires 01 January 2006.
Unser Hafen:
Barbican sends a summary of activity since she took office, and has two deputies. No emergency deputy listed, and her warrant expires 01 September 2006.
Caer Galen:
Lady Regana van Kortrijk, Ray du Soliel Pursuivant provides a summary of submissions and awards for the latter half of the year, and indicates that she must find a successor due to mundane commitments. No emergency deputy listed, and her current warrant expires 01 July 2006.
Fontaine dans Sable:
Anna MacTaggart, Black Fountain Pursuivant, having taken office on 05 January 2005, reports on the activity of 2004, during which year Lord Rowland McCain served as Black Fountain. The barony has several at-large heralds who participate in various heraldic endeavors, and Anna gives an accounting of finances, submissions, and awards for the year. She lists the following goals, "Have tabards built for field and court heraldry. Increase the Baronial heraldry library. Have five Baronial awards created and submitted. Have a beginning heraldry class focusing on book heraldry. Increase submissions by 25%." Her emergency deputy is Fergus McCain, and her warrant expires 05 January 2007.

Shires, Cantons, Colleges - 100% of 12 filled positions

Branch officers except for Baronial Pursuivants are required to report quarterly.

Aarquelle
Kristrun Hrafnsdottir just took office in December, and sends an inventory. No heraldic activity or finances to report for 2004.
Bede's College (Incipient)
VACANT
Blaiddwyn
Lord AEthelwulf the Goliard and Ecgþeow report little activity for the year, but they do include a summary of submissions and a general statement on heraldic activity.
Bloodstone Keep (Incipient)
THLady Killian MacKenzie reports that the heraldic activity for this incipient group over the past year has been to determine what name and device the branch will submit.
Bofharrach
Lord Uilliam Mac an Ruaidh, having just taken office in December, reports that the office has been vacant since at least 1999, and possibly earlier. Any previous files have been lost. He gives a summary of awards for the year, and indicates that he has been building regalia for his office.
Drygestan
VACANT
Duthaich Beinne Aird
Baroness Christina sends a summary of the year's activities, and steps down as a branch herald due to mundane commitments, leaving the office vacant. Christina remains on the roster as a Cornet-at-large.
Gleann Medonach
VACANT
Hawk's Hollow
Herr Conrad von Zollern sends a detailed summary of submissions, awards, and finances, as well as detailing his work to promote heraldry and heraldic display in his area. He includes an inventory. This is his final report as the Hawks Hollow PE; Lord Eoin MacRae succeeds him. Herr Conrad has graciously accepted an appointment to kingdom staff as Liber Herald.
Hinterland
VACANT
Nahrun Kabirun
Lord Gideon Mac An Bhaird reports no activity of note.
Northwolde
VACANT
Plattefordham
Lord AElfraed Hawkmoon gives a summary of the year's activity, and indicates an intent to start holding heraldry meetings in 2005.
Rams Keep (Incipient)
VACANT
Rio de las Animas
Freiherr Gerhardt Drachenmacher sends a summary of submissions and financial activity for the year, and makes inquiries to better understand the reasons behind the rules. He has a project in the works to create a shield tree for the shire.
Saint Golias
VACANT
Scola Metallorum
Lady Tangwystl Angharad verch Rhys reports a summary of activity for the year, and includes an inventory.
Scorpions Hollow
THLady Margaret Hepburn of Ardrossan sends a summary of the year's activities, and lists a goal of doing more internal commenting in the coming year.
Three Spires (Incipient)
VACANT
Tygre's Keep
VACANT
White Mountain
VACANT
Windkeep
Lord Cameron de Blakstan gives a summary of submissions, finances, and awards for the year.

At-Large heralds

Many of the at-large heralds within the College have reported at various times over the course of the year, and their contributions are greatly valued. Several individuals have been warranted for the first time this year, and I look forward to working with so many new heralds.

Finances:

Events:

Miscellaneous items of note:

Goals for 2005:

My warrant expires 08 May 2007. My member number is 92549, and my membership expires 30 June 2005, before which time I will send a renewal. I look forward to the rest of my tenure as an opportunity to work with the fine group of individuals that makes up the Outlands College of Heralds, and to continue my participation as a member of the SCA College of Arms.

In faithful and obedient service,
Sorcha, White Stag

 

 


Appendix A - White Stag Inventory:


Appendix B - Rampart Inventory:


Appendix C - Roster of Heralds:

31 January 2005 -A.S. XXXIX

WHITE STAG PRINCIPAL HERALD

Lady Sorcha MacLeod
Personal Rank: Herald
Tammy Ackerson
107 S. Taylor St. Unit B
Laramie, WY 80270
(307) 742-6317
sorchamacleod@yahoo.com
Through 08 May 2007

KINGDOM STAFF HERALDS

Blue Iris Herald (Queen's Herald)
Master Adam Stedefast
Personal Rank: Herald
blueiris@outlandsheralds.org
Through 14 May 2005
Fretty Herald (CoA Commentor)
VACANT
Gimlet Herald (Protocol and Ceremonies)
Countess Aindrea MacCullaich
Personal Rank: Pursuivant
gimlet@outlandsheralds.org
Through 01 June 2005
Liber Pursuivant (CoA Commenter)
Lord (Herr) Conrad von Zollern
Personal Rank: Pursuivant Extraordinary
liber@outlandsheralds.org
Through 01 January 2007
Palmer Herald (Administration & Emergency Deputy) and
College of Heralds Web Minister
THLady Alia Marie de Blois
Personal Rank: Herald
palmer@outlandsheralds.org
Through 01 January 2007
Plover Herald (Field Heraldry)
AEthelwulf of Golias
Personal Rank: Pursuivant Extraordinary
plover@outlandsheralds.org
Through 01 November 2006
Rampart Herald (Submissions)
VACANT
Stag's Attire Herald (Heraldic Regalia/Display)
VACANT
Trefoil Herald (CoA Commentor)
Baron Timothy O'Brien
Personal Rank: Herald Extraordinary
Gold Trumpet Herald
goldtrumpet@outlandsheralds.org
Through 01 December 2006
Weel Herald (Publications & Education)
Master Juan Balthazar Tegero
Personal Rank: Herald
weel@outlandsheralds.org
Through 01 August 2006
Wharrow Herald (Roll of Arms)
Lord Llywus ap Alan
Personal Rank: Cornet
wharrow@outlandsheralds.org
Through 01 June 2006
Emergency backup: Halla Knorsdottir
Wimble Herald (Precedence)
Duchess Kathryn of Iveragh
Personal Rank: Herald Extraordinary
Ardent Herald
wimble@outlandsheralds.org
Through 01 June 2005
Emergency backup: THL Seuilla de Cordoba
Kingdom Scribe
Mistress Bennet Murray
Personal Rank: Purusivant Extraordinary
scribe@outlandsheralds.org
Through 13 May 2006
Southern/Emergency Deputy:
Mistress Averil du Bois d'Avignon
Northern Deputy:
Baroness Nadrah bint Lu'lu' al-Qadisi
Bardic Deputy (new award texts, help with special texts):
Mistress Cailte Caitchairn

BARONIAL PURSUIVANTS

Aspen Pursuivant (Caerthe)
Mistress Fiachra ni Ciardhubhain
Personal Rank: Herald
aspen@sca-caerthe.org
Through 01 June 2006
Other deputies: THL Wyndylyn (precedence/consulting)
Lord Fergus MacLennan (voice)
Scorpion Pursuivant (al-Barran)
THL Pendar the Bard
Personal Rank: Herald Extraordinary
Musimon Herald
herald@al-barran.org
Member # 73094 Exp. 28 Feb 2005
Through 28 May 2006
Scalene Pursuivant (Dragonsspine)
Halla in heppna Knörsdóttir
Personal Rank: Cornet
herald@dragonsspine.org
Through 01 August 2006
Rook Pursuivant (Citadel)
Sheik Omar Mohammud Mirzazadeh
Personal Rank: Pursuivant Extraordinary
Through 01 January 2006
Barbican Pursuivant (Unser Hafen)
Brigit Camshron
Personal Rank: Cornet
Through 01 September 2006
Ray de Soliel Pursuivant (Caer Galen)
Lady Regana van Kortrijk
Personal Rank: Pursuivant
Through 01 July 2006
Black Fountain Pursuivant (Fontaine)
Anna MacTaggart
Personal Rank: Cornet
Through 05 January 2007
Deputy: Fergus McCain

SHIRE, CANTON, AND COLLEGE PURSUIVANTS EXTRAORDINARY

The default end date will be 1 year after this roster date, or 2 years after first taking office, whichever is longer.

Aarquelle
Kristrún Hrafnsdóttir
Personal Rank: Cornet
Through 01 December 2006
Bedes College (Incipient)
Vacant
Blaiddwyn
Ecgþeow
Personal Rank: Cornet
Bloodstone Keep (Incipient)
THLady Killian MacKenzie
Personal Rank: Cornet
Bofharrach
Uilliam Mac an Ruaidh, called UIi
Personal Rank: Cornet
Drygestan
Vacant
Dúthaich Beinne Áird
Vacant
Gleann Medonach
Vacant
Hawk's Hollow
Lord Eoin Macrae
Personal Rank: Cornet
Through 01 January 2007
Hinterland
Vacant
Nahrun Kabirun
Lord Gideon Mac An Bhaird
Personal Rank: Cornet
Northwolde
Vacant
Plattefordham
Lord Ælfraed Hawkmoon
Personal Rank: Pursuivant Extraordinary
Rams Keep (Incipient)
Vacant
Rio de las Animas
Freiherr Gerhardt Drachenmacher
Saint Golias
Vacant
Scola Metallorum
Tangwystl (Tanwen) Angharad verch Rhys
Personal Rank: Cornet
Scorpions Hollow
THLady Margaret Hepburn of Ardossan
Personal Rank: Pursuivant Extraordinary
Three Spires (Incipient)
Vacant
Tygre's Keep
Vacant
White Mountain
Vacant
Windkeep
Lord Cameron deBlakstan
Personal Rank: Cornet
Through 1/1/06

HERALDS EXTRAORDINARY AT LARGE

Duke Artan mac Ailin
Personal Rank: Herald Extraordinary
Black Elk Herald
Sir Conrade du Montgomerie
Personal Rank: Herald Extraordinary
Escarbuncle Herald
Maistre Louis-Philippe Mitouard
Personal Rank: Herald Extraordinary
Cat's Paw Herald

HERALDS AT LARGE

Master Hagar the Black
Personal Rank: Herald
Lord Naitan de Yerdeburc
Personal Rank: Herald
Mistress Tatiana Pavlovna Sokolova
Personal Rank: Herald
Master Walter Kempe of Falconhold
Personal Rank: Herald

PURSUIVANTS AT LARGE

Earl Cathyn Fitzgerald
Personal Rank: Pursuivant
Lord Cristobal Vasquez de Narriahondo
Personal Rank: Pursuivant
Mistress Eirene Tzimiskina Kontostephanina
Personal Rank: Pursuivant
Lord Eric Morrison of Thistlekeep
Personal Rank: Pursuivant
Maestra Francesca di Pavia
Personal Rank: Pursuivant
Lady Kiena Munro
Personal Rank: Pursuivant
Mistress Maria Sol de Leon
Personal Rank: Pursuivant
THL Mlodn Zupon the Merchant
Personal Rank: Pursuivant
Lord Padraig O Maoilriain
Personal Rank: Pursuivant
THLady Safwah al Basimah al Zarqah al Sabbiyah (called Sabia)
Personal Rank: Pursuivant
Baroness Wyndylyn Leanb na Doinneann
Personal Rank: Pursuivant

PURSUIVANTS EXTRAORDINARY AT LARGE

Master Alwyn of Kittisford
Personal Rank: Pursuivant Extraordinary
THLady Ayslynn merch Guincatan
Personal Rank: Pursuivant Extraordinary
Charles Robert Blackstone
Personal Rank: Pursuivant Extraordinary
Lord Gwilym Sais
Personal Rank: Pursuivant Extraordinary
Lady Ildiko the Blonde
Personal Rank: Pursuivant Extraordinary
Lady Katrein Adler
Personal Rank: Pursuivant Extraordinary
Viscountess Katya, Wanderer
Personal Rank: Pursuivant Extraordinary
Lady Kseniya Mikhailovna Morskaya
Personal Rank: Pursuivant Extraordinary
Nikolaos Demetriou ho Toxotes
Personal Rank: Pursuivant Extraordinary
Don Randall Carrick
Personal Rank: Pursuivant Extraordinary
Lord Roderick Conall MacLeod
Personal Rank: Pursuivant Extraordinary
Simon Montgumery
Personal Rank: Pursuivant Extraordinary
THLord Torcail Gilleghaolain
Personal Rank: Pursuivant Extraordinary

CORNETS AT LARGE

Aine O'Murchadha
Personal Rank: Cornet
Alaric Blackwolfe
Personal Rank: Cornet
Bartolomie Gregorio de Castille
Personal Rank: Cornet
Lady Bella de Porcellane
Personal Rank: Cornet
Ceolwen of Axanbrycge
Personal Rank: Cornet
Chase Birgittasson (Minor)
Personal Rank: Cornet
Baroness Christina McCarty
Personal Rank: Cornet
Conall Óg mac Dabhídh
Personal Rank: Cornet
Lady Conchen ingen Bryon (called Conchobarre)
Personal Rank: Cornet
Lady Dairine MacGregor
Personal Rank: Cornet
Lady Dulcinea deLeon
Personal Rank: Cornet
Baroness Emma of Essex
Personal Rank: Cornet
Lord Estevan de Sepatura
Personal Rank: Cornet
Lord Fergus McCain
Personal Rank: Cornet
Lord Fergus MacLennan
Personal Rank: Cornet
Master Gwillim da Glamorgan
Personal Rank: Cornet
Lady Jeanne-Marie Dubois
Personal Rank: Cornet
THL Kenric Bjarnarson
Personal Rank: Cornet
Odile Balestra
Personal Rank: Cornet
THL Rivka Vladimirovna Rivkina
Personal Rank: Cornet
Rowland McCain
Personal Rank: Cornet
THL Seuilla DeCordoba
Personal Rank: Cornet
Taliesin ab Iago
Personal Rank: Cornet
Baroness Tana a l'Esprit Fort
Personal Rank: Cornet
Lord Tancred dAvignon
Personal Rank: Cornet
Lady Zoe Kale Las Karina
Personal Rank: Cornet

Appendix D Summary of Submissions

please see the Letters on the Rampart pages.


Appendix E Short Order of Precedence

please see the Wimble pages.