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On Feb 5, 2014, at 9:57 PM, Jeremy Sacksteder <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

Greetings to All,
 
The Armorial and Saker website have been updated to reflect the items in this LOAR.
 
The results are below.
 
In Service,
 
Gunnar Thorisson
Vert Hawk Herald
 
Acceptances
* Aline Swynbroke. Name and device. Vert, on a bend argent between two badgers statant argent marked three reremice sable.

* Anton von Hagenstein. Device. Per bend sable and argent, a Maltese cross argent and three roses proper, a bordure counterchanged.

* Eynon of Grimfells. Holding name and device (see RETURNS for name). Per chevron argent and vert, two anvils sable and a dragon passant argent.
Submitted under the name Eynon Llangenydd.
* Glen Dour Watkins. Name and device. Sable, on a hand within a bordure embattled argent an anvil sable.

* Lyssa ingen Fháeláin. Name (see RETURNS for device).
Lyssa is the submitter's legal given name.
* Rafe le Mountere. Name.

* Raynaldus Fletcher of York. Name.

* Sawbina Fahy. Name.
The Letter of Intent documented the pattern in Anglicized Irish of dropping the marker O in bynames.
Returns
* Aleit de la Thomme. Badge. (Fieldless) A lion dormant contourny argent.
This badge is returned for conflict with the badge of Quenild Comyn, reblazoned elsewhere on this letter as Potenty Or and azure, a domestic cat dormant guardant contourny argent. There is a DC for fieldlessness, but nothing for type of cat.
* Eynon Llangenydd. Name.
This submission failed to document that the submitted spelling of the locative Llangenydd was used in Medieval Welsh, although the place certainly existed in period. We would change the name to one of the attested spellings such as Langenith or Langenyth, but the submitter does not allow any changes. Therefore, we are forced to return the name.
His device has been registered under the holding name Eynon of Grimfells.
* Lyssa ingen Fháeláin. Device. Argent, an owl displayed sable between three triquetras vert.
This device is returned for conflict with the important non-SCA arms of Prussia, Argent, an eagle displayed sable crowned Or, and with the important non-SCA arms of Manfred, King of Sicily, Argent, an eagle displayed sable. In both cases, there is a DC for the addition of the triquetras, but we do not grant difference between an eagle displayed and an owl displayed.
There is a step from period practice for the use of a non-eagle displayed.