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==Offices & Positions==
 
==Offices & Positions==
*former Herald, Canton of Talonwood
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*Former Herald, Canton of Talonwood
 
*Bell Pursuivant (Herald), Barony of Carillion, July 2016 - July 2018
 
*Bell Pursuivant (Herald), Barony of Carillion, July 2016 - July 2018
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*Deputy Seneschal, Barony of Carillion, 9/2019 - present
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==Event Staff==
 
==Event Staff==
 
*Kitchen Staff, Pennsic State Dinner, 2018
 
*Kitchen Staff, Pennsic State Dinner, 2018
*Lifter of Heavy things.
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*Baronial Herald at Carillion events, 2016 - present
*Baronial Herald at Carillion events.
 
 
*Court Herald for several Royal and foreign Courts
 
*Court Herald for several Royal and foreign Courts
  

Revision as of 15:07, 12 September 2019

Photo
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Conchobar
Information
Resides: Barony of Carillion
Status: Active
Awards: Order of Precedence
Heraldry
Connorheraldry.png
Per bend vert and azure, in sinister chief a wolf salient argent.
Award & Office Badges
CourtBarony Award of Arms

Order of the Sable Bell
Herald

Introduction

Baron Conchobar mac Óengusa (pronounced CON-ah-war MAK EYN-gus) formerly known as Connor Macennis was a member of the Barony of Carillion starting around 1991 and was active for several years before a hiatus. Now active in the Barony and Kingdom.

Persona

9th century Northwestern Scottish

Offices & Positions

  • Former Herald, Canton of Talonwood
  • Bell Pursuivant (Herald), Barony of Carillion, July 2016 - July 2018
  • Deputy Seneschal, Barony of Carillion, 9/2019 - present


Event Staff

  • Kitchen Staff, Pennsic State Dinner, 2018
  • Baronial Herald at Carillion events, 2016 - present
  • Court Herald for several Royal and foreign Courts

List Herald

  • K&Q Rapier Championships, 10/2016

Retainer

  • His Highness Ioannes, Winter 2016
  • His Majesty Ioannes, Summer Reign 2017

Group Projects

  • Middle Eastern benches for State Dinner

Affiliations

Interests

  • Archery
  • Scottish culture
  • Norse culture
  • Research
  • Cooking
  • Middle English