From the Calonlist:
from Gunnar Thorisson, Vert Hawk Herald
* Agamemnon of Forgotten Sea. Holding name and device. Checky argent and sable, a sun Or eclipsed sable and a bordure Or.
Submitted under the name Agamemnon Platolithidae, the name was returned in November 2014.
* Aldred Ketcham. Device. Per chevron argent and vert, a tower counterchanged between in fess two swords vert.
* Alexandria de Bois d’Arc. Blanket permission to conflict with name and device. Purpure, an ark and a chief invected argent.
The submitter allows registration of any name that is not identical to her registered name. The submitter also allows registration of any armory that is not identical to her device.
* Amon Attwood. Name and device (see RETURNS for badge). Argent, a boar statant and in base a flame issuant from base proper, a bordure vert.
Nice late 16th century English name!
* Brian Robert MacDougall. Name and device. Per fess rayonny azure and gules, a sword reversed fracted in chevron proper and a sheaf of arrows inverted Or.
This low-contrast complex line of division remains identifiable but would benefit from fewer and larger rays.
* Caitilín ingen Áengusa. Name.
* Eadward de Byron. Name and device. Vert, on a chevron between three horse’s heads couped contourny Or four fleurs-de-lys palewise vert.
Nice 13th century English name!
* Elzebeth van Rostock. Name.
Submitted as Elzebeth von Rostock, the submitter requested authenticity for a 12th-13th century German name.
Rostock is a Low German place name, so is incompatible with the High German von. We have changed the byname to the attested van Rostock so that it is wholly in Low German in order to partially meet her request for authenticity.
Although van Rostock is found in the submitter’s desired time period, the given name could not be dated earlier than the late 14th century. Therefore, we cannot fully meet the submitter’s request for authenticity, but the name is registerable.
* Emme Ziegler. Badge. (Fieldless) On a fox dormant gardant proper a fleur-de-lys Or.
* Eynon ab Iohannes Mal. Name (see RETURNS for device).
The submitter requested authenticity for a 14th century Welsh name. All elements in this name were documented to the 13th century, so we do not know if it meets the submitter’s request.
* Felicia Maria Stanborough. Name and device. Per bend argent and sable, a spiderwort flower gules and a cross crosslet Or within a bordure counterchanged.
The submitter requested authenticity for a 15th-early 16th century English name. All of the elements are documented to c.1540-1560, so this name meets the submitter’s request.
There is a step from period practice for the use of the New World spiderwort flower.
* Gangulfr Hagnason. Name and device. Argent, a brown bear statant erect proper between flaunches vert, each charged with an hourglass argent.
* Gawain of Miskbridge. Acceptance of transfer of Heraldic title Green Anchor Herald from Society of Creative Anachronism.
The acceptance of this heraldic title was pended on the July 2014 Letter of Acceptances and Returns to allow Laurel to include the transfer on a Letter of Intent. As this administrative action has been done, we are able to complete the transfer of this title.
* Gwenne Margareta Melinnith. Name and device. Quarterly argent and gules, a cross crosslet quarterly sable and argent, in sinister canton a daisy proper.
Please advise the submitter to draw the flower with a higher petals/seeding ratio so it’s easier to recognize as a daisy.
* Hans Krieger. Device. Vert, on a cross argent a cross of four ermine spots sable.
The submitter has permission to conflict with the device of Moire Gray: Vert, on a cross argent an artist’s paint brush inverted sable.
* Jacqueline Storme. Device. Argent, a dragonfly sable and a bordure per pale azure and gules.
* Jorunn Eydisardottir. Device. Vert, a tub Or and a ford proper.
This is the defining instance of a tub. Batonvert notes “The charge dates from at least 1340, in the arms of Wasserburg [Zurich Roll]; we have an example drawn as in this submission, with the two raised bits, dated to 1550 in the arms of Mastellizi [BSB Cod.Icon 269].”
* Leopold Heinrich Rovekar. Name.
Submitted as Leopold Heinrich vom Rovekar, the submitter requested authenticity for a 15th century German/Prussian name. Leopold was dated in the Letter of Intent to the 12th century. It is also found in 16th century Germany in the FamilySearch Historical Records. Heinrich is found in the 15th and 16th centuries, and Rovekar is dated to the 16th century. Therefore, the name is authentic to the 16th century, but not the 15th.
Rovekar is a German descriptive byname meaning “rob or plunder the pot” [Bahlow, s.n. Rof(f)ka(h)r]. Evidence that it is the name of a place name was not found, so it cannot be preceded by the locative preposition vom. Although the submission form stated that major changes were not allowed, kingdom confirmed that the submitter authorized the removal of vom. We are happy to make this change in order to register this name.
* Magnús Þorgrimsson. Name and device. Per chevron argent and sable, two ravens addorsed and a valknut counterchanged.
This name does not conflict with the registered Magnus Thorfinnsson. One syllable has been substantially changed (grim versus finn) under PN3C2 of SENA.
There is a step from period practice for the use of a valknut.
* Mairi Rose. Release of badge. Argent, on a golpe between flaunches vert, a triquetra argent.
* Myghal Stanborough. Device change. Or, a wingless Cornish sea-chough sable, tailed and beaked gules, a bordure sable bezanty.
His previous device, Or, an anvil reversed sable between three torteaux, is released.
* Myghal Stanborough. Badge. (Fieldless) A wingless Cornish sea-chough sable, tailed and beaked gules.
* Phillipa Lloyd de Tarifa. Reblazon of device. Per chevron gules and counter-ermine, two horses salient respectant and a dolphin hauriant embowed argent.
Registered in March 1985 as Gules, on a pile inverted throughout counter-ermine between two horses salient respectant, a dolphin hauriant embowed argent, it is in fact a per chevron line of division and not a pile inverted.
* Phillipa Lloyd de Tarifa. Reblazon of badge. Per chevron gules and counter-ermine, a horse’s head couped argent.
Registered in December 1988 as Gules, a pile inverted throughout counter-ermine, overall a horse’s head couped argent, it is in fact a per chevron line of division and not a pile inverted.
* Saito Takauji. Blanket permission to conflict with name and device. Or, on a pale sable three cherry blossoms Or.
The submitter allows the registration of any name that is not identical to his registered name. The submitter also allows the registration of any armory that is not identical to his registered armory.
* Søren atte Raven. Household name House of the Wolf and Raven and badge. Per pale embattled sable and argent, a wolf and a raven respectant counterchanged.
* Tanaka Ujimori. Name and device. Per chevron raguly argent and vert, three serpents nowed counterchanged.
Nice 16th century Japanese name!
Please advise the submitter to draw a steeper per chevron line with a more pronounced angle of the raguly notches.
* Ulfvaldr Folkmarsson. Device. Gules, a tricorporate wolf within an orle argent.
The July 2013 Letter of Acceptances and Returns noted:
The submitter may wish to be aware that the more typical drawing of a tricorporate beast in period armory has the top two bodies back to back, with the bottommost body facing to dexter. The specific orientation difference here of one of the three bodies is not a blazonable detail. [Galen O’Conaill, July 2013, Middle-A]
* Verctissa neptis Venutii. Device. Argent, a closed book palewise azure and a base embattled vert.
Please advise the submitter to draw fewer and larger embattlements.
* Vimundr Sialfason. Badge. (Fieldless) A wolf rampant gules within and conjoined to a serpent in annulo vorant of its tail Or.
* Vincent de Vere. Badge. Sable, a harp Or within a bordure parted bordurewise vert and Or.
* Amon Attwood. Badge. (Fieldless) A rabbit attired and courant argent maintaining a tankard vert.
This badge submission is returned for multiple conflicts. It is in conflict with the device of Matilda Bosville de Bella Aqua, Per fess embattled gules and argent ermined azure, in chief a coney courant argent and the device of Aldyth Trefaldwyn, Per fess rayonny purpure and Or, in chief a hare courant argent. In both case there is only a DC for fieldless versus fielded design. Neither the maintained tankard nor the attire provide an additional DC.
* Eynon ab Iohannes Mal. Device. Azure, a demi-lamb argent issuant from an anvil, maintaining in its mouth a sword inverted Or, a chief Or crusilly azure.
This is returned for lack of documentation for the depictions of the anvil and the sword used. On resubmission, the submitter should use depictions previously documented or provide documentation for the types of anvil and sword used here.