Documented from the Scrolls of the Reign of Timothy & Gabrielle II, King and Queen of Æthelmearc: the Business of Her Majesty’s Court at Pen vs. Sword III, 25 April Anno Societatis XLIX, in the Shire of Angels Keep. As recorded by THL Marcus Claudius Cincinnatus, Windmill Pursuivant, with the assistance of Mistress Kayleigh MacWhyte and Marcellus Titus Cincinnatus.

Her Majesty summoned before her Felice de Thornton and spoke of her many good works. Moved by her efforts in helping at events, including working troll, and helping with setup and tear down, as well as her dedication to Angels Keep as both Webminister and Chronicler, Her Majesty did Award her Arms. Scroll by Lady Juliana Stafford.

Lady Felice . Photo by Jinx.

Lady Felice. Photo by Lady Christina Mary Lowe (called Jinx).

Oda Yokimura was called before Her Majesty, and for his contagious enthusiasm and dedication to service, the learning of Japanese calligraphy, and learning the arts of Fighting and Fencing was Awarded Arms. Scroll by Baroness Gillian Llwelyn.

Her Majesty then called forth Pan Henryk Bogusz. The Sylvan Queen spoke of Pan Henryk’s many efforts in the realms of leather work, brewing, cordial making, learning lucet, soap making, and his willingness to share his knowledge with others.  Thus moved, Pan Henryk was created a Companion of the Sycamore. Scroll by Baroness Gillian Llwelyn .

Lord Henryk. Photo by Jinx.

Pan Henryk Bogusz. Photo by Jinx.

Ladies Margarita Carpintero and Wylde Wysse were summoned before Her Majesty. Inspired by these ladies’ skills at researching and teaching the art of Wax Tablet making, both were named Companions of the Sycamore. Promissory Scrolls by Master Jonathan Blaecstan.

Lady Maria Carpintero and Wylde Wysse. Photo by Jinx.

Lady Margarita Carpintero and Lady Wylde Wysse. Photo by Jinx.


Lady Finuola McGill. Photo by Jinx.

Lady Finuola McGill, called Fenris, came before Her Majesty, and begged the Queen’s assistance in choosing winners, of whom there were many, of the Raffle conducted by the Shire that day.

Dame Bronwyn MacKinnon came forward, and with Her Majesty’s leave, addressed the populace.  She noted that His Majesty desired to paint Pennsic red, with the escarbuncle and garb of Æthelmearc, and bade the populace to seek her out for more information.

Her Majesty then spoke of the joyous day and of the many inspirations she had seen throughout. Being especially moved by the efforts (and candied citrus peels) of her good gentle, Lady Elenora de Rosewycke, Her Majesty did present Lady Eleanora with her token of inspiration.

There being no further business, Her Majesty’s Court was closed.

In Honor and Service,
Kameshima Zentarō Umakai
Silver Buccle Principal Herald, Kingdom of Æthelmearc