|Barony of An Dubhaigeainn|
Azure, a duck naiant to sinister argent, billed, within a laurel wreath Or
|Founded: August 1981|
|Location: Suffolk County, NY|
Established: August, 1981. Elevated to barony status on November 9, 1991.
Blazon: Azure, a duck naiant to sinister argent, billed, within a laurel wreath Or.
Heraldic officer's title:
Barons and Baronesses of An Dubhaigeainn
|11/09/1991||1||Muirdeach of Carrigart||1||Mairgret of Carrigart||Muirdeach and Mairgret|
|01/26/2002||2||Jean Xavier Boullier||2||Gianetta Lucia Allegretta||Jean and Gianna|
|11/10/2007||3||Ateno of Annun Ridge||3||Lassar ingen Aeda||Ateno and Lassar|
|11/10/2012||4||David Vázquez de Valençia||4||Suzanne Neuber de Londres||David and Suzanne|
|9/19/2017||5||Titus Aurelius Magnus||5||Sorcha of Stonegrave||Titus and Sorcha|
Territories of An Dubhaigeainn
- Hawkes Reache
- [Official Web Site]
*The Bronze Duck - For noted service to the barony. There is no limit to the number of times an individual can receive this award. This award is not limited to the populace of the Barony of An Dubhaigeainn. (Badge not registered)
- The Silver Feather - For individuals that have shown exceptional service to the Barony. There is no limit to the number of times an individual can receive this award. This award is not limited to the populace of the Barony of An Dubhaigeainn
- The Drake’s Spur - For those individuals of the Baronial populace of An Dubhaigeainn that show skill and dedication to one or more of the martial arts within Society.
- The Silver Egg - For those individuals of the Baronial populace of An Dubhaigeainn under the age of 18 years that demonstrate courtesy and service within Society.
- The Baroness’s Favor / Coronet Token For an individual or individuals that demonstrate courtesy and chivalry of note.
- The Roasted Duck - For those individuals of the Baronial populace of An Dubhaigeainn that show skill and documented research in one or more arts and sciences within Society.
*Order of Perseverance - The intent of the award is to encourage members to have a more diverse and well-rounded experience in the Society, and will have requirements for participation in each of the three classic “pillars” of the SCA: Martial, Arts & Sciences, and Service. Recipients will need to demonstrate a level of participation in all three areas, but no one specific activity will be required of anyone.