Court Report: Mid-Winter’s Dance Revel 2002

Court Report: Mid-Winter’s Dance Revel 2002

The Court of Robert and Isobel

On a glorious winter day, Their Excellencies, Robert and Isobel, Baron and Baroness of Lochmere did hold court. Their Excellencies’ court was held on January 12, A.S. 36 at their Mid-Winter’s Dance Revel.

Their Excellencies first summoned Lady Gabrielle de Carcassonne. She was thanked for the superb event. In turn, Lady Gabrielle thanked those good gentles that assisted her with the event.

Their Excellencies called forth Baroness Arianna Morgan. She announced the winner of the “bag game” as Lady Alessandra Tironi.

Their Excellencies then requested the presence of Countess Mary-Grace of Gatland. Countess Mary-Grace pledged her service to Baroness Isobel as her newest apprentice.

Baron Robert and Baroness Isobel called forth Baroness Arianna Morgan. They thanked her for the past year’s service as the Baronial Arts & Sciences Champion.

Their Excellencies called forth Lady Margery Winterbourne. Lady Margery was invited to take her place as this year’s Baronial Arts & Sciences Champion. She did graciously accept the honor and took her place in the Baronial entourage.

Baron Robert and Baroness Isobel requested the presence of Baroness Arianna Morgan. She was awarded the Order of the Golden Arrow.

Their Excellencies called forth Lady Cicilia Tironi. Lady Tironi was awarded the Order of the Blasted Oak.

Baron Robert and Baroness Isobel requested the presence of Lord Jehan Yves de Chateau Thiery. Lord Jehan Yves thanked those good gentles that had assisted in the feast pre-cook and in the kitchen.

Their Excellencies called forth Lady Teofilia Karaszkiewicz. Lady Teofilia was awarded the Order of the Eagle’s Feather for her costuming prowess.

So did close the court of their Excellencies, Robert and Isobel, Baron and Baroness of Lochmere. Witnessed this twelfth day of January, A.S. 36 (being the year 2002 Gregorian).

Herald

Lord Michel von Schönsee heralded court.

This court report was prepared with minor changes from the original court report submitted to the Merry Rose.

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