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Photo
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Lady Deirdre introduces her daughter to HRH Mathilde
Information
Resides: Barony of Carolingia
Status: Active
Awards: Order of Precedence
Heraldry
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Award & Office Badges
Award of Arms Order of Perseus Companion of the Order of the Silver Wheel
Seneschal TWMarshal

Introduction

Lady Deirdre of MTGaard, has been active in the SCA since February A.S. XXXVI as part of the Barony of Carolingia. Raised on stories of the early days from her mother, Tabitha of Wyndmoore, one of the Carolingian founders; Deirdre didn't actually go to her first event until college. Her main pursuits are thrown weapons, sewing and service. Lady of Lord Symon of Barnesdale.

Persona

Lady Deirdre of MITGaard is a 15th century English woman.

Offices & Positions

Provost and founding member of the Borough of Greenwood Isle(now defunct) at Simmons College 12/2002-05/2005 Warranted Thrown Weapons marshal 8/2015-present Seneschal of the Canton of Aschehyrst 9/12/2018-present

Event Staff

Clean-up head, Crossroads Faire, 03/15/2003

Dayboard head, Winter Nights East, 02/09/2019

Projects & Publications

  • Name of Project/Publication, Other info, mm/dd/yyyy
  • List in Chronological order, oldest to newest

In Case of Court

I like surprises. Lord Symon of Barnesdale, Mistress Margreta Gyllensteirna and Lady Agnes Edith Godolphin should be informed though.

More Information