Monday, 26 September 2016

New Heraldic Acceptance Letter

Anne Cooke. Name and device. Per pale sable and Or, a sieve counterchanged.
The submitter requested authenticity for "English 1400-1600".
This exact name is found in English parish records from 1578 in the FamilySearch Historical Records, so this name meets this request.
This is the defining instance of a sieve in Society armory. A sieve is a shallow round frame with a perforated bottom. It was used by millers to separate chaff, sand, insect bodies, etc., from the flour. The sieve is found in the canting arms (Italian "crivello") of di Crivelis, mid-15th Century (Stemmario Trivulziano, plate 91), and again in the arms of Chrinelli, c.1550 (BSB Cod.Icon 272, image 211).
As documented, a sieve is depicted in trian aspect.

Berengar le Veillier. Device. Per fess embattled gules and azure, a human eye argent irised brown proper and a foi proper cuffed sable.
Eithne ingen Uí Ragnaill. Name.
The submitter requested the correct pronunciation of her name. Depending on the dialect and the era, Eithne would be pronounced something like "AY-nyeh" or "ETH-nyuh".
Emer inghean Uí Aedáin. Badge. (Fieldless) Three foxes courant in annulo conjoined at the feet proper.
Fearghus Mackenna of Bryniau Tywynnog. Name
Fraye Blackwood. Name and device. Argent, a willow tree eradicated proper and on a chief azure two pegasi passant respectant argent.
Griffin Werefelde. Name and device. Vert, a dragon sejant between three ivy leaves Or.
Ines de Freitas. Name and device. Argent, on a pale azure three millrinds argent.
The submitter requested authenticity for "15th-16th century Portugal". This name is authentic for 16th century Portugal.
Nice device!
Liona Piero. Name.
Nice 16th century Venetian name!
Marrin von Waldburg and Órlaith inghean uí Sheanacháin. Joint badge. Purpure, in saltire two besoms inverted argent.
Nessa von Waldburg. Name.
Richard Idenden. Name.
Sabina of Aberdeen. Name.
Saphira of Winchester. Name.

Wulfwynn of Blackwood. Name.

Yamamoto Morikazu. Name and device. Argent, a pine tree issuant from a roundel in base, a bordure sable.

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