The Court of our most excellent prince and lord, Edward II, by grace most illustrious King of the East, and Thyra, his Queen by agency of the same grace, begun and held at the Barony of Settmour Swamp, on 23 March A.S. 47, being the feast of the Thawing of the Mud; on which day were called all and sundry the lords of the realm and the great men of the kingdom, earls, barons, freeholders and commissioners of the burghs to hear the following publicly proclaimed: Continue reading »
For those gentles who wish to have their registered Arms placed on their Award of Arms or other incomplete armigerous scroll, some of the scribes of the East Kingdom College of Scribes will be available to fill this information in at Mudthaw. Additionally, for any scrolls bearing weather-associated or other damage, we invite you to please bring these scrolls to our table for potential repair or replacement as needed.
Scrolls will be worked on on first come first serve basis, and we can make additional arrangements if we don’t get to your scroll during the day and it can travel home with a scribe and then be returned to you at a later date.
We will start the work at 11am and go till 4pm, please pick up your scrolls by that time.
Please feel free to contact me with any questions.
Thank you for your help and service,