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Tag Archives: Genealogy
In Intwood churchyard there lies a grave, fancily enclosed with a wrought iron grille made shades of green by Nature’s hand. Moss obscures whatever inscription once was there yet leaves for us a useful clue. A coat of arms. The … Continue reading
An ALSALDA Supplement Remember that map of Alisalm-Land I posted way back in the heat of summer? It showed nine granaries and seven traders holds. Characters from each of these will figure in some way as the tale of Alsalda … Continue reading
Anluan son of Maithan son of Turloch son of Cathal son of Aodh son of Conal son of Eochaid son of Cairthann Finn, King of Munster. No wonder the training for druids took 21 years. Genealogies, their mainstay, are devilishly … Continue reading
Today, in a political climate of concern for the environment, we’ve become more aware of the effects our behavious upon the lives of our children and their children’s children. It wasn’t always so. Though it certainly was in the Gentry Game, … Continue reading
The Gentry Game, prelude to Part 4 of the Jerningham Story is now (belatedly) available on Crimsons History.