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Cennédig of Flichesburg - The following items have been registered

Cennédig of Flichesburg.

Name and device. Per saltire gules and Or, two horses couchant guardant respectant gules.

This name mixes a Scottish Gaelic given name and an Early Middle English byname; this combination is a step from period practice.

Please instruct the submitter to draw more recognizable horses. Visible manes and tails would be a great help to their identifiability.

Johanna Herst.

Name.

Nice English name from anytime from the 12th century on!

Kaðlin of Harrowgate Heath.

Name.

Harrowgate Heath is a registered branch name.

EAST



Aine Campbell.

Name and device. Or, on a chevron inverted sable three lit candles palewise Or, in chief a reremouse sable.

As documented, this name mixes Gaelic and Scots, which is a step from period practice. Edelweiss was able to find a 1620 feminine Aine Jan in England and a 1605 Aine Stapleton. This allows us to treat Aine as an English name as well as a Gaelic one, removing the step from period practice.

Alesia de Maris of Ravenstar.

Badge. Per pale sable and Or, two ravens respectant counterchanged.

Nice badge!

Alessandra Brucioli.

Name and device. Azure, on a bend argent between two estoiles Or three leaves vert.

Beatrice de Warynton.

Badge. (Fieldless) A bee bendwise argent.

Birna Svensdotter.

Name and device. Gules, a bear rampant on a chief argent three wooden staves bendwise sinister proper.

This name mixes Old Norse and Old Swedish, which is a step from period practice. A completely Old West Norse form would be Birna Sveinsdóttir. A completely Old East Norse/Old Swedish version of the name cannot be constructed, as we do not have examples of Birna from this area.

Charis Olynthia.

Device. Gules, an ounce's head cabossed Or charged with the astrological symbol for Leo sable, a bordure argent semy of suns gules.

Conall an Doire.

Name.

The submitter requested authenticity for the 15th century. This name meets that request.

Conall mac Taichlich.

Device. Per bend embattled argent and vert, two talbots passant contourny counterchanged.

Cristine Spinster.

Name and device. Per bend sinister argent and azure, a ram's head couped contourny and a spinning wheel reversed counterchanged.

Nice English name from the 14th century on!

Dabíd Docair.

Name.

This name mixes a Middle Gaelic given name with an Early Modern Gaelic byname. This combination is a step from period practice. A completely Early Modern Gaelic form would be Daibhídh Docair; we cannot construct a completely Middle Gaelic form as the byname does not appear to have been in use that early (though the word itself is found in that spelling in Middle Gaelic contexts).

Drogo Bryce of Middlefordshire.

Name.

Elgiva Wilhelm.

Name and device. Argent, on a roundel azure a reremouse Or, in chief three flax flowers azure.

The combination of English and German is a step from period practice. Elgiva is an English form of an Old English saint's name, and as such is registerable in late period England under the saint's name allowance. Thus there is not a second step from period practice for the temporal mix.

Erhart von Stuttgart.

Name and device. Sable, a cross between in bend two eagles and in bend sinister two sinister gauntleted fists Or.

The submitter requested authenticity for 16th century German. This name is authentic for that period. We cannot confirm that the elements were used in the Nekar river region; our data are simply not that detailed.

Grim the Skald.

Device. Or, on a saltire cotised gules a Norse sun cross argent.

Hadchester, Shire of.

Branch name and device. Per fess embattled purpure and Or, a decrescent and a laurel wreath counterchanged.

Hadchester appears to be the name of a real (now abandoned) location. A real place that is not important enough to protect and is not within the modern boundaries of the branch in question may be used to form a branch name or other non-personal name.

Hans Steiner.

Name change from Hans Krüger.

This name does not conflict with the registered Jóhann Steinarsson. The bynames are different in origin: the submitted name is a descriptive byname, while the registered name is a patronymic byname. Thus, they need to be compared only on sound and appearance (additional rules apply if both are patronymic bynames). The bynames differ by the removal of the syllable -son, as well as a difference in the vowels in the second syllable of the names.

Hia previous name, Hans Krüger, is released.

Isobel of Werchesope.

Device. Gules, a covered saltcellar Or shedding salt argent.

As this depiction of a saltcellar matches a period depiction of a heraldic charge, there is a CD between it and covered goblets, cups, and chalices. We are declaring, based upon appearance, that there is substantial (X.2) difference between a saltcellar and a tankard. Therefore this device does not conflict with the device of Daniel de Tankard, Gules, a tankard of beer Or, headed argent.

Nice device!

Jekel von dem Hayn.

Name and device. Per bend sinister azure and argent, a pegasus segreant counterchanged, on a chief argent five annulets, three and two, azure.

This is a nice name for 14th century Silesia.

Katrina MacCullauch.

Name (see RETURNS for device).

Lillia de Vaux.

Blanket permission to conflict with device. Argent semy of crampets, a bend azure.

Lilia grants permission to conflict for all armory which is a countable step from her device.

Lillia de Vaux.

Blanket permission to conflict with badge. (Fieldless) A crampet argent ermined vert.

Lilia grants permission to conflict for fielded armory which is not identical to her badge.

Lillia de Vaux.

Blanket permission to conflict with badge. (Fieldless) A crampet azure.

Lilia grants permission to conflict for fielded armory which is not identical to her badge.

Lillia de Vaux.

Blanket permission to conflict with badge. (Fieldless) A crampet argent.

Lilia grants permission to conflict for fielded armory which is not identical to her badge.

Maximillian Elgin.

Name and device. Per bend sinister sable and gules, in pale three axes fesswise reversed Or.

Miles Boweman.

Name and device. Gules, a drawn bow with a nocked arrow and on a chief Or a snake nowed vert.

Miles is the Latin form of the title we protect for "knight." It is also a period name (both a given name and a byname); according to the Rules for Submissions, it may therefore be used in contexts that do not create the appearance of a claim to rank.

Riocard Docair.

Name and device. Per pale sable and argent, a ladder bendwise sinister argent and a torch gules, on a chief azure an open book argent.

Ysane la Fileresse.

Name.

Nice 13th century French name!

GLEANN ABHANN



Adalyde de Sardaigne.

Badge. Gules, a tassel bendwise sinister Or.

Æthelræd Russel.

Name and device. Per chevron argent and azure, two crescents sable and a phoenix Or.

This name mixes an Old English form of the given name and a Middle English (or Old French) form of the byname. This combination is a step from period practice.

Ali al-Badawi al-Maghribi.

Name and device. Or, two palm trees vert and an ass passant sable, on a chief azure three mullets Or.

Arabic names found in biographical dictionaries sometimes have multiple bynames of origin (ethnic bynames, locative bynames, etc.) in a single name. Therefore the submitted combination of bynames is registerable.

Alis inghean Fhinn.

Name (see RETURNS for device).

Submitted as Alis inghean Fionn, the name was changed at kingdom with her permission to Alis ingen Fhinn. However, she indicated that she preferred the spelling inghean from her original submission.

The form appearing on the letter of intent mixes an Early Modern Gaelic given name and a Middle Gaelic byname. This combination is a step from period practice. The entirely Early Modern Gaelic form would be Alis inghean Fhinn. As this is closer to the submitter's preferred form, we have made that change in order to register it.

Allister Bullock.

Name and device. Argent, on a bend purpure a lightning bolt argent, in base a brown squirrel rampant proper.

The use of a lightning bolt not as part of a thunderbolt is a step from period practice.

Ceara inghean Lasair.

Device. Argent, a flame and a base azure.

Collen ap Ifor.

Badge. Per bend sinister rayonny purpure and argent three gouttes one and two and a wingless horned demon affronty counterchanged.

Barring evidence for the use of demons as a period charge, we will cease to register demons after the February 2012 Laurel meeting. See the Cover Letter for a more complete discussion.

Emeric of Zara.

Name (see RETURNS for device).

Emeric was hypothesized on the Letter of Intent as a vernacular form of the documented Latinized Hungarian Emericus; unfortunately, the vernacular form that it represents is Imre. Emerik is a Croatian period form of the name. Either would be registerable with this byname, which is the lingua anglica form of an Italian or Hungarian byname derived from the placename Zara.

The name is also registerable as submitted. This name can be seen as a combination of an English given name (dated to 1273 in Reaney and Wilson, s.n. Emery) and the lingua anglica form of an Italian or Hungarian byname derived from the placename Zara. The combination of English and Italian is a step from period practice, but there is not a second step from period practice for temporal disparity, as the city was intermittently controlled by Venice from 1200 on.

Gentile d'Orleans.

Name and device. Azure, on a bend sinister between a Celtic cross and a bow with arrow nocked argent five fleurs-de-lys azure.

The given name was not dated in Morlet as a French given name; however, it is found in "Names from Fourteenth Century Foix" (by Cateline de la Mor). It is also found in Talan Gwynek's "Late Sixteenth Century English Given Names."

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