Letter of Intent
July 1997

Thomas Flamanc of Kelsale (John Sawyer)
1/13 Stockdale Ave
Clayton North, VIC 3168

Unto Mistress Jaelle of Armida, Laurel Queen of Arms, Mistress Sionyn Muirgen ní Dhomnall and the other members of the College of Arms does Lord Thomas Flamanc of Kelsale on behalf of the College of Heralds in Lochac send greetings.

I hope this finds you all well, I am in the process of finding myself a successor so you will only have to put up with me for a few more months.

Your servant,
Thomas Flamanc of Kelsale
Crux Australis Herald.

It is the intent of the College of Heralds in Lochac for the following to be registered...

1. Ailerán Éireannach
New name. Irish.
Alierán O'C&M[1] p17
Éireannach [1] p89 as a byname.


2. Styvyn Longshanks
Change of device. Gules, a comet bendwise to sinister argent ermined gules

Styvyn's Name was registered on the 30th May 1992, and his current device of gules a comet bendwise sinister and in dexter chief three scarps argent, was registered in May 1989. He will release his old device if the current one is registered. He is known legally as Steven O'Sullivan.


3. Ursula von Auerbach
Change of Name. German.

This name change is fairly straight forward, with a change from Wolfgang to Ursula, the name of a fairly popular German Saint. Her legend, which has been embellished, is recorded in a stone carving in Latin c.400.[2]

The submitters legal first name has recently changed from Andrew to Jessica.


D. Ó Corraín and F. Maguire. Gaelic Personal Names. The Academy Press, Dublin, 1981.

David Hugh Farmer. The Oxford Dictionary of Saints. Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1982.