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Atenveldt Submissions (excerpted from the S.C.A. College of Arms' Letters of Acceptance and Return)

The following submissions were registered by the S.C.A. College of Arms at its March 2010 meetings:

Ailis inghean Ui Nuallain. Device. Argent, a winged unicorn segreant azure and a base engrailed gules.

Alexsander Dachs. Device. Per chevron azure and vert, an open book Or between three compass roses argent.

David Ckarel. Device. Argent, a dragon's head cabossed azure, a bordure engrailed gules.

Giuliana Francesca Bellini. Device. Per saltire sable and vert, on a saltire Or a brown fox courant regardant proper maintaining in its mouth a torteau.

Isemay of Whytby. Device. Per fess engrailed argent and azure, a reed pen fesswise sable and an escallop argent.

Moire Ayres. Name and device. Quarterly Or and azure, in bend two frets couped vert.

The given name Moire was documented on the LoI as an inflected form of the Gaelic name Mór. We do not register given names in their inflected forms, so the submitted documentation only supports the name Mór. Eastern Crown provided alternative documentation for Moire, as an Anglicized Irish spelling:

Moire is found in entry 6541 (p. 252) of "The Seventeenth Report of the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records in Ireland: Appendix III: Fiants of the Reign of Queen Elizabeth" (Dublin: Alex. Thom. & Co., 1885; This entry includes Moire nyn Dermott on a list of people pardoned on 30 May 1601. The names do not appear to have been normalized or modernized.

Using this documentation, the name is registerable. This name combines Anglicized Irish and English, which is a step from period practice.

Oddr ölfúss the Tanner. Reblazon of device. Per chevron gules and Or, a pair of drinking horns Or and a leatherworker's head knife sable.

Blazoned when registered in January 2002 as Per chevron gules and Or, two drinking horns Or and a leatherworker's head knife sable, we are reblazoning this to match the new default for horns.

Tangwistel Corista. Device. Argent, a pink flamingo proper and on a chief enarched vert two hedgehogs argent.

The following submissions were returned by the College of Arms for further work, March 2010:


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