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  {===========}         #65 November, AS XXXVI (2001 CE)

This is The eSentinel, a publication of the Crown Principality of The North, Kingdom of An Tir, of the Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc. It is not a corporate publication of the SCA, nor does it delineate SCA Policies. The eSentinel is available by subscription through the Chronicler. Subscriptions are $1/yr.
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- Event Calendar
- By The Light of A Northern Star
- From The Crown Principality Exchequer
- From the Crown Principality Rapier Marshal
- From The Crown Principality A&S Minister
- From The Crown Principality Herald
- From The Crown Principality Chatelaine
- From The Kingdom Minister of Lists
- More Scadian than Thou
- Upcoming Events in the North
- Compendium of Resources
- Crown Principality Officers
- Branches of The Crown Principality of The North

Event Calendar

10-11 Crown Council - Lions Gate - Vancouver, BC
17 Bardic & Banquet - Lionsdale - Chilliwack, BC
17 Sing For Your Supper - Cai Mor - Kitimat, BC
17-18 Grand Ithra - St. Giles - Victora, BC
24 Feast of St. Catherines - Eisenmarche - Coquitlam, BC

1 Yule Revel - Seagirt - Victoria, BC
8 Baroness' Birthday Bash - Lions Gate - Vancouver, BC
8 Feast of St. Nicklas - Frozen Mountain - Nelson, BC

5-6 Twelfth Night - Appledore - Oliver, BC
11-13 Twelfth Night - Madrone - Seattle, WA
26 Norse Althing - Cragmere - Campbell River, BC

2 Day of Dance - Lions Gate - Vancouver, BC
16 Lovers Revel - Eisenmarche - Coquitlam, BC

MARCH, 2002
1-3 Kingdom A&S - TBA
16 Daffodil XXV - Seagirt - Victoria, BC
23 Champion's Tourney - Eisenmarche - Coquitlam, BC

APRIL, 2002
13 Cardinal's Birthday Banquet - Lions Gate - Vancouver, BC
20 Sir Edward's Mem. Tourney - Shittimwoode - Bellinghame, WA

MAY, 2002
4 May Bardic - Lions Gate - Vancouver, BC
17-19 May Crown - TBA

JUNE, 2002
14-16 Champions Tourney - Lionsdale - Chilliwack, BC
21-23 PJ Party 3 - Appledore - Oliver, BC
21-23 SYG Trials - Seagirt - Victoria, BC

JULY, 2002
5-7 An Tir/West War - Kingdom of The West
19-21 July Coronation - Shittimwoode - Bellingham, WA

By The Light of A Northern Star....

People flinch when they hear this word. But it is a word that we all have to learn to live with, both in, and outside of, The SCA.
I put out notice a week ahead of time, and remind people a day or two before. And yet, I get messages after publishing of "Why wasn't my Event Copy in there?" Or something similar.
You may notice that this is a little bit slimmer issue than usual (I even had room for a longer article!). This is because, of the seven events being held in Nov. and Dec. here in The North, I had event copy for three. And I know I am going to get a message, somewhere down the line
saying, "well if you had only told me....!"
Experienced autocrats will tell you that you don't advertise your event the month of the event you do it for two months previous if you can arrange it, and one month is the minimum! If you want people to come, that is.
So, for those who want to know what the directions are for the St. Giles Grand Ithra and Lionsdale's Bardic & Banquet this month, I hope you can find out who the autocrats are, and how to contact them, because event copy for them (as well as Seagirt's Yule Revel, which will be
happening before the next issue of this newsletter goes to press), never made it to my door.
Which means, it's unlikely that you will make it to their's....

Lord Erasmus The Traveller, GdS

From The Crown Principality Exchequer

Greetings from Mikhail Kurganovic, CP-North Exchequer.
First of all I would like to thank all who have gotten back to me so quickly with E-mail addresses and contact info after my recent Hard drive crash. For all others please have your branch Exchequer or seneschal contact me as soon as possible. Much of the efforts the collect current contact info has been lost.
Next, One of the criteria given to me for the Crown Principality of the North to proceed towards becoming a full principality is financial self sufficiency. In the future, hopefully, this
will be provided by principality events making money... For now it means Fundraising at the Branch and even household levels. As the exchequer and a member of the Principality fundraising subcommittee I would ask EACH branch to come up with fund raiser to support the CP-North. To this end I would like the thank the Shire of Dreaggate for there immediate and generous response!

In Service to the Dream (And the Pencil)
Mikhail Kurganovic

From the Crown Principality Rapier Marshal

My apologies to anyone who will get this message more than once. I wanted to reach as many people in the North as possible. I have been seeing a trend lately that I wish to address. Fighter
authorizations should not be sent to me. They should be forwarded to the Kingdom Lists mistress ( Laura Offley, #76 - 12110 - 75 A Avenue, Surrey, BC V3W 1M1).
If I receive an authorization I will send it back with a note to send it to Lists. Also, when a person is promoted to junior or senior marshal, I need to have the Marshal Promotion form filled out and sent to me for approval.
Remember, nothing is official until the proper paperwork has been filed (you'd think I worked for the government). For those people who do not have the forms, I have put them on a web site @
I hope this is helpful.

Lord Enoch Mac Iain Sutherland
Rapier Marshal, Crown Principality of the North

From The Crown Principality A&S Minister

The Arts and Sciences are active as a result of the Regalia Committee stirring up interest in making our Prince and Princess look their best, Champions, Officers and others will all be wearing new regalia. Send me your name and mailing address if you want to do your Shires's Device for the Kneeling cushion or an Officer's badge.
I have also been organizing A&S Displays at the Shittimwood Ithra, featuring teachers; Crown council featuring Figher-Artisans; and Youth at Kingdom Arts & Sciences and perhaps July Coronation.
Think about other non competitive venues where artisans can show their stuff, and inspire others with their work. I have been told that many of the war band households do great stuff in their encampments. Why not have a "tea" and invite me and other A&S types to see your stuff ?
Shittimwood Ithra also had a Costumer's Guild Challenge, and we are looking for an event, maybe an Ithra to do more challenges in the spring. There were Embellisher's Guild challenges at various events as well, and we are always looking for events to plan such challenges.
Painters and Bookbinders Guild and the Scribes, have been busy preparing for the Known World Arts and Sciences Sympsium on the weekend of October 27 and 28, and the non SCA Scribal retreat
will be coming up on November 17 and 18 at Flaming Geyser Park. We will learn how to do a scroll from assignment to finished piece. The Northern Principality will be in need of scribes soon, so now is the time to prepare.
The Known World Arts and Sciences symposium was an amazing event, ask me in person and I will tell you all about classes, demo, merchants and all the amazing people I met from all over the
Known World.
Watch for Fighter Artisan's Display at Crown Council, and A&S Display at Baronial banquet. I am just beginning to receive this quarter's Arts and Sciences Reports, False isle is creating Favours for Archers, and St Giles did a demo at University of Victoria's clubs day and has a full roster of classes planned for the fall. I look forward to the reports of all the other Shires and groups as the week progresses.

Yours in Service
Aelana Cordovera,
Arts & Sciences Minister

From The Crown Principality Herald

This has been a relatively quiet month for me after the chaos of the previous several. I have an important announcement to make: First, there is a new, and very important article on the An Tir Heralds website: "How To Fill Out An Tir Submission Forms". It can be found at:
Please, please, please take the time to read this article if you are planning to submit your name or device. It is invaluable. As well, make sure to visit this page and read the other articles there, especially the one on "Documentation Standards".
The articles aren't long and can help clear up some of the questions that come up every so often. As well, when you are doing your photocopying and mailing of your submission packets, please send one my way so that I have a record of it in my files in case something happens. Any questions about your submissions can also come to me; I'll answer them to the best of my ability. My mailing address is:
Heather Rowe attn: Li Ban
72 Starling St.
Kitimat, BC V8C 1K5

I am also always available to help design and check devices and names should anyone wish. I'm not always right, but every little bit helps, and I might be able to catch something that was missed.
In service,
Lady Li Ban ingen Echtigeirn MacNessa
Crown Principality Herald

From The Crown Principality Chatelaine

I may be sounding like a broken bard, but reporting is still not satisfactory. There are too many branches that I have not heard from. I do not want to have to start tracking people down and getting annoying. Please, please make what reports are necessary. As a club or society - small "s" - or any other type of organized group, we need to follow our rules and report.
The branches I have heard from seen to be having a good time and prospering. This is good news for the region. There also seems to be a bit more travelling between branches which is something we should all try out for ourselves. Plan a trek, take friends, go on a road trip adventure with people you don't know all that well. I can guarantee that you will know each other better by the time you get home. (Travelling in packs can be a lot cheaper, too!)
We are all chatelaines in many ways, some of us are a little better at it than others, some of us have volunteered to do the paperwork.
Let's all work together, eh?
Yours in service,
Ekatarina Borisovna Kievskaia
Chatelaine for the Crown Principality of the North

From The Kingdom Minister of Lists

Acceptable forms of proof of membership are:

1) blue membership card

2) payment receipt (note issued from Milpitas indicating your blue card is on its way. May be a credit card receipt if that was the payment method used.)

3) current Crier label (which states membership expiry date)

4) Kingdom Membership Roster (your modern name and membership expiry date listed on the Kingdom Membership Roster issued from Milpitas. This roster is in the possession of the Kingdom Seneschal, and a new one is usually requested just prior to each of the four Crown events - 12th Night, May Crown, July Coronation, September Crown.)

Please keep your proof of membership handy at all times. Those who have the arduous task of checking memberships do not want to hear "I have it, honesty, it's just back in my car." These papers need to be seen as they are "the proof". ( - this goes for fighter cards too!)


More Scadian than Thou: Nostalgia vs. the New
Reprinted from The Bunny Tales, May AS XXXIV
Mistress Ariel de Courtenay

Happy New Year! The SCA was conceived thirty-four years ago this May Day. I find it rather mind-boggling how, in that short time, we have grown into a complex sub-culture with a complete fabric of social mores and values. I have often heard mourned the passing of the values of the "old days," and the difficulties in "assimilating newcomers" but I question the validity of these concerns. Instead of grasping at a past that may never have existed, I would rather celebrate the strength and richness of the community we have built.
Even to someone encountering the SCA for the first time, it is abundantly clear that there are a set of social expectations and possibilities distinctly different from other groups. Many new comers are overwhelmed with the feeling that they don't know the ropes and may be caught "doing something wrong." This sense of needing to fit in can only be generated by a group with clear and obvious structure. Our society may be a little intimidating at first, but in the big picture, it is this complex structure that makes the game so valuable. If there were no goals to achieve, no expectations to meet and surpass, no real, significant, lasting recognition and reward for the work we do, we would all quickly tire of play acting.
As I mentioned above, I have attended many meetings and heard many discussions on the topic of how to acculturate, or "assimilate" newcomers so as to retain the values of the old days. However, this same quandary can be turned on its head to say, "how can we old timers adjust to the diversity and new styles of playing brought by the broader spectrum of people our group is now attracting?" While I believe that it is our responsibility as hosts, as it were, to welcome all comers and to do our best to include everyone in the public and communal aspects of what we do, I think that this welcoming duty can too often become intrusive and stifling if those of us with a pedigree dating back some number of years see our purpose as making sure that others see the SCA the same way we do. Just because we have been here longer does not mean that our vision and goals for the SCA are necessarily any more valid than those of the folks just arriving with the magic still fresh.
And isn't this really what we mean when we pine for "the old days?" Isn't it more that we long for the image we had of the SCA before we got immersed in scut work and politics, in hauling period pavilions and feeding hungry kids? Perhaps all this drive to acculturate new folks so that we can maintain the values of the "good old days" is really a misplaced desire to take ourselves back to a time when the snapping of pennons made magic, and the mist curling on the early morning tourney field could have been a time portal. Perhaps it is not the SCA that has changed, but we ourselves that now see it differently--mundanely--and long for our days of innocence. As Mistress Scarlet of Shittimwoode likes to say, remember that every now will be someone else's "good old days."
For after all, at the rate we are growing, our society is newcomers--they are the majority. Many will want to integrate into the structures they see already existing, but many will want to create their own way to enjoy The Dream. We who make up the "old guard" must be welcoming and supportive of the "101 ways to play," for our own continued enjoyment of the game. I believe that it is totally valid for folks to choose other ways than ours-even if it means a few people doing the work so that many can enjoy events (This is a commonly expressed irritation on the part of long-timers). This is always the way it has been, and the way it will always be. (After all, we who organize should be organizing because we enjoy creating a wonderful time to be had by all, not because we think we can pay our dues and then have everyone else do a fair share-that will never pan out.)
Rather than trying to make everyone who joins conform to some ill-defined memory of what we once thought our group was in the idealized past, let us welcome the possibilities of what our diverse prosperity of new members can bring, and celebrate what we are becoming together.

Upcoming Events in the North

Crown Council, Nov 10-11, 2001
Barony of Lions Gate (Vancouver, BC)

Finally, time for those meetings that need to get done. Time to discuss policy and trends, get to know people and procedures. Peerage, officer and Crown Principality meetings during the day at St Thomas More Collegiate School in Burnaby BC.
There will be a hospitality area during the day with coffee, tea and goodies.
Saturday afternoon, a tournament for the Heavy fighters.
Sunday afternoon: two tournaments for the Rapier fighters.
Saturday evening (at the Orangemen's Hall) features a Chinese
Tavern and Dim Sum snacks which will be included in your site fee. There will be a cash bar on site. In accordance with BC liquor laws, NO outside alcohol is permitted. Legal drinking age in BC is 19 years of age. Bring your ID. There will be a prize for the most authentic period Chinese garb (NOT Mongol or Japanese) as well as for best effort.
The Chinese Tavern will be set up with cushions on the floor. If you have any cushions that you can bring to add to the dÇcor, please bring them. There will be tables and chairs for those who would be uncomfortable sitting on cushions.
For visitors from the United States - US immigration requires US citizens to carry Photo Identification (driver license acceptable) and either birth certificate or passport when going to or from Canada.

Site fee: adults $10.00 Canadian, $6.00 US. Crash space and motel/hotel information is available.
Autocrat: Baroness Amanda Kendal - (604) 988-0304, 1192 Shavington St., North Vancouver BC Canada V7L 1K9.

Directions: St Thomas More Collegiate School - 7450 - 12th Avenue, Burnaby (corner of 12th Street and 12th Avenue).
From the US Border - Highway 1-5 North to Peace Arch Border Crossing. After you cross the Border, take Hwy 99-A North to the Patullo Bridge. Cross the bridge. Stay in the left hand lane. Turn left on 10th Ave. Go West to 12th Street. Turn right. Go North on 12th Street to 12th Ave. The school is on the right.
Orangemen's Hall - 333 - 6th Street in New Westminster (corner of 6th Street and 4th Avenue).
From Vancouver or points North of Vancouver - your best route to Hwy 1 East, then take the Brunette Ave exit West / South to New Westminster. Follow Brunette Ave; turn left on Columbia St.
Turn right onto 6th Street. The site will be on your right, between 3rd and 4th Ave.
From points East of Vancouver - your best route to Hwy 1 West, then take the Brunette Ave exit West / South to New Westminster. Follow above directions.
From the US Peach Arch Border Crossing - you will be on Hwy 99 North. Take the Hwy 91 North exit to New Westminster. After you go over the Alex Fraser Bridge, take Hwy 91-A North to New Westminster. As you come off the Queensborough Bridge, stay right towards New Westminster and 6th Ave. In a few blocks, the road will fork and curve right. Take the left "fork" onto 6th Ave and follow it to 6th Street. Turn right on 6th Street. The site will be on your right, between 3rd and 4th Ave.
From the Tsawwassen Ferries, you will be on Hwy 17 as you come down the causeway. Take the Hwy 99 North exit to Hwy 91 East - New Westminster. Follow Hwy 91 to Hwy 91-A to New Westminster. Follow above directions.

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Sing For Your Supper, Nov. 17, 2001
Incipient Shire of Cai Mor (Kitimat, BC)

Greetings one and all from the Incipient Shire of Cai Mor.
We invite you to come and join with us to raise your voices in song and story for the third annual "Sing for your Supper" potluck feast at the United Church, 1180 Kingfisher, Kitimat, BC. Doors open at 4 pm, dinner starts at 6:30 pm. This is at a DRY site.
This is a participation bardic event. The way it is designed to work is to encourage people to get up and entertain us all. This is a potluck, so each person bring enough to feed 6 people. There is also a $2.00 site fee. Here comes the encouragement part. IF you perform for us, entertain us, make us laugh or cry, your site fee remains at the pittance of $2.00. HOWEVER if you do not want to perform, the site fees are as follows :
Children 6 and under - no site fee.
Children 7 to 11 - $4.00
Youths 12 to 16 - $8.00
Adults 17 & over - $12.00
Please Note: Groups of entertainers are more than welcome. Children will be asked to perform as a group singing "Ring Around the Rosie" so please try to teach your wee ones the words. If your child wants to perform something else, by all means, we encourage them and look forward to it.

DIRECTIONS: Make your best way to Prince George. Turn onto Highway 16 West. Drive for a long time (approximately 7 hours) J. At the Terrace weigh scales (intersection of Highways 16 & 37) turn
left onto Highway 37. Drive for another 45 minutes or so. You have now reached Kitimat. J Go across the bridge, up the hill, past the cemetery, past the apartments (if you go down a big hill, you've gone too far...), turn right onto Kingfisher right after you pass the fire hall (3rd right after passing the cemetery) and left into unloading zone in front of church. The church is a big A-frame building with big multi-coloured windows on the corner of Kingfisher and Albatross, right across from the Tony's Corner Store in Nechako Center. Parking is across the road at Nechako Center.
For further information contact the Autocrat: Aldgudana Gunnarsdottir at liban@yellowhead16.net, (250) 632-6169

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Feast of St. Katherine's, Nov 24th, 2001
Shire of the Eisenmarche (New Westminster BC)

Once again it's time for the Annual Eisenmarche Event, the Feast of St. Katherine's. For those of you that are not familiar with our Annual feast, this is the Shires yearly teaching event. We have a number of interesting courses to take, and the Amazing EisenChef Competition. This year Lady Rhiannon (Welsh Eisenchef) has been challenged by Liane (Spanish Renaissance), but everyone seems to be intimidated by HLS Eric of Clan Smith (Scottish Tudor), so if you want to challenge Eric, or possibly judge the competition, please contact the Autocrat . Those people who don't want to be judges for the Competition there will be either a Vegetarian or Meat-filled stew, cheese, bread and pickles. Plus, what would a feast be without Dancing! The Dancing will be taught by Lady Rhiannon, our Dance Mistress, at around 7:30 or 8:00 pm
Autocrat: Lady Elizabeth Dougall (604)942-9412, nan@dowco.com
CoAutocrat: HL Alexandor Ivor (604)313-7443 thesaxon@netcom.ca
SCA 101 Newcomers Instructor: HLS Desiree Time: 1:00 pm
Drop Spindling Instructor: Marina of Vinewood Time: 2:00 pm
Kumi Himo (Japanese weaving ) Instructor: Lady Beth Time: 3:00 pm
Glove Making Instructor: Mistress Crystalmere Time: 3:30 pm
Heraldry Instructor: HLS Eric of Clan Smith/Lady Aelpyn Time: 4:00 pm
Open might be lechery, flirtation, persona development, blackwork
Time: 5:00 pm
The Site is the Orange Center 333 - 6th Street New Westminster, BC. DOORS OPEN AT NOON!!! The hall is on the right and is bright orange with blue trim.
There is limited parking directly behind the building. There is also parking on the streets in front of the building (ignore the parking meters, they are only valid Monday through Friday) and on 3rd Avenue and 4th Avenue. Do not park in the Salvation Army parking lot or in the Wine Shop parking lot on either side of the hall.
Site fee: Adults: $5.00, 12 and Under: $2.50, Children under 5: Free. includes the Collegiums dinner (But not the EisenChef). Cheques should be made payable to: "Shire of Eisenmarche, S.C.A., Inc."

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Kingdom 12th Night, Jan. 11-13, 2002
Barony of Madrone (Seattle, WA)

Twenty-one years ago this coming January, An Tir became a kingdom in its own right. Come celebrate this momentous occasion with the Barony that brought you the first official Kingdom of An Tir Coronation, the Barony of Madrone.
This is not your father's Twelfth Night. Celebrations this year will include midnight movie showings, classes on a variety of topics, and the An Tir Gong Show (featuring a panel of celebrity judges). Due to great demand, we have also arranged for a large hospitality room (with seating for about 200) so that people can socialize freely.
Hotel reservations and pre-registration for the event have already started. Please note event pre-registration does not reserve a hotel room for you, and hotel registration does not pre-register you for the event. Pre-registration will not be valid until payment is received.
Information regarding hotel reservations, merchant registration, pre-registration, and activities and scheduling can be found on the Twelfth Night home page [see above].
If you wish to reserve space for a meeting or other activity,
please contact the autocrat at celyn@drizzle.com
Pre-registration information:
Pre-registration payments should be mailed to: 12th Night 2002 Staff, c/o Barony of Madrone, SCA, PO Box 1715 Seattle, WA 98111-1715. Make check or money order out to Barony of Madrone, SCA Inc.
Site fees are as follows:
Members $12 (ages 16+), $6 (ages 6-15), free (under 6), family cap of $38 per legally related family
Non-members $15 (ages 16+), $9 (ages 6-15), free (under 6), family cap of $48 per legally related family
Hotel Information:
SeaTac Airport DoubleTree Hotel, 18740 Pacific Highway South, Seattle, WA 98188 (206)246-8600, Room rates per night are as follows: Singles: $92, Doubles: $92, Triples: $102, Quads: $112. Room rates do not include state and local taxes (12.4%) or a daily charge for parking (expected to be $8).
Rooms may be reserved until December 11, 2001, by contacting the hotel directly at 206-246-8600 or through the DoubleTree Web site at http://www.doubletree.com. Room reservations may also be made via the DoubleTree's toll free number 1-800-222-TREE. When you make your reservation, please request the group rate for the Society for Creative Anachronism.
Event staff:
Autocrat: Senhora Ester Mendes; 635 N. Anderson, Tacoma, WA 98406; 253-383-2518; celyn@drizzle.com
Co-Autocrat and Hotel Liaison: Se§or Ramon Diaz de la Vega; jgreywolf@xcentric.net
Merchant Coordinator: Lady Pegleg; (253) 383-3905; Peg@ladypegleg.com
Class Coordinator: Se§ora InÇs de Santangel; 253-835-9096; ladydeirdre@earthlink.net

12th Night Scribal Backlog Burndown Contest

This 12th Night the Scribes office is sponsorring a contest for original award scrolls that have been completed since last 12th Night. The intent of the contest it to reduce the Kingdom Scribe's scroll backlog so please contact Sable Sable/Companion Celdae for an assignment at naiad@axion.net or check the Crier for additional contact info under the Heralds' listings.
Categories are: Best Calligraphy, Best Novice effort (one of the scribe's first four original scrolls), Heralds' Choice (best use of heraldry on the scroll), and Populace choice.
Information to be provided by entrant: their name and contact information, the calligrapher's name and contact information if different, their experience levels, documentation for heraldry used on the scroll (registered - what and to whom), any documentation for the style of illumination/calligraphy and what award the scroll is for (Kingdom or sub-branch award - the heraldry category is sponsored by the herald's office and is open to all scrolls using heraldry). Please bring the scroll in something which can be used to display it (temporary frame). If room permits they will be displayed on tables, though they might need to be hung.

Compendium of Resources

Their Majesties of An Tir,
Prince and Princess Of The North
King Aveloc and Quenn Mahliqa
(Harvey Palmer and Tayissa Chadwick)
6320 34th Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98126, 206.935.6453

The Crown Prince & Princess of An Tir
Wilam and Siobhan (Don and Aleida Wittmayer)
7345 NE River Rd. Keizer, OR 97303
503.393.4538 (No calls after 9:30pm)

Scourge Of The North (Heavy Champion)
Guardians of The Waiting Thrones
Jarl Sir Hwolf Einarsson and Zelda of Yorvik
#34 17706 60th Ave, Surrey, BC V3S 1V2, the_rogue@imag.net

Skewer Of The North Scorer Of The North
(Rapier Champion) (Archery Champion)
Don Diarmuid de Rosas Eamon Ryan

Scholar Of The North Skald Of The North
(Arts & Sciences) (Bardic Champion)
HL Thorin Olafsson Anya Rozverdo

Crown Principality Officers

Seneschal: HL Ljotr Einarson (Mitch Steck), (250)542-6988

Chronicler: HL Erasmus the Traveller, (250) 380-9947

Arts & Sciences: HL Aelana Cordovera, (604) 876-9105

Chatelaine: Sgt. Ekatarina Borisnovna, (250) 479-8174

Chirurgeon: HL Aaron of the Black Mountains, (604) 524-2824

Constable: Lord Khaidu, (360) 671-6706

Exchequer: Mikhail Kurganovic, (604) 420-8806

Herald: Lady Li Ban ingen Eachthiarna, (250) 639-9301

Marshal: Sir Griffin ap Bedwyr, (604) 466-0654

Rapier Marshal: Lord Enoch MacIain Sutherland, (604) 742-2003

Archery Marshal: HLByron Fletcher, (604) 521-0348

Dean of Pages: HL Malcolm of Lamont, (250) 498-3084

Waterbearer: Vacant; Applications being accepted.
Contact Kingdom Waterbearer.

Branches of The Crown Principality of The North

Shire of Appledore (Kelowna and Okanagan Valley, BC)
Seneschal: George of Mangledwords (250) 498-3084
Incipient Shire of Cai Mor (Kitimat, BC)
Seneschal: Lord Tadc OhAolain (250) 639-9301
Incipient Shire of Coill Mhor (110 Mile House, BC)
Seneschal: HL Genevieve Buchannon (250) 397-2079
Shire of Cragmere (Campbell River, BC)
Seneschal: Jamie The Impaler (250) 335-1599
Port of Crickstow-on-Sea (CFB Esquimalt, BC)
Seneschal: HL James Llewellyn ap Gruffyd (250) 995-8526
Shire of Dregate (Omak, WA)
Seneschal: Lady Osorgarow of Karakorum (509) 486-1021
Shire of Eisenmarche (Coquitlam & Pitt Meadows, BC)
Seneschal: Baroness Katherina della Fiore (604) 734-2811
Shire of False Isle (Powell River, BC)
Seneschal: Lord Grimr inn svarti (604) 485-7234
Shire of Frozen Mountain (West Kootenays, BC)
Seneschal: Lady Rose Cam-beul (250) 352-1687
Shire of Hartwood (Nanaimo, BC)
Seneschal: Lady Kineburh
Shire of Krakafjord (Vernon, BC)
Seneschal: Hengst the Saxon (250) 260-2753
Canton of Lionsdale (Abbotsford & Chilliwack, BC)
Seneschal: Lord Kieran Gunn (604) 842-0596
Barony of Lions Gate (Vancouver, BC)
Seneschal: HE Padraign O'Bhuadhiagh (604) 861-0899
Shire of Ramsgaard (Kamloops, BC)
Seneschal: Tariq Abu Zayd (250) 828-0251
Shire of Ravensweir (Quesnel & Williams Lake,BC)
Seneschal: Rowan (250) 992-7265
Barony of Seagirt (Victoria, BC)
Seneschal: HL Brokkr Aricsson (250) 727-7855
Shire of Shittimwoode (Bellingham - Whatcom CO., WA)
Seneschal: Godith d'Arcy of Goosefoot Mead (360) 398-2778
S. Giles College (University of Victoria, BC)
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Seneschal: Tewl Gover orth Kernow (250) 846-5290

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