Tegwen ferch Cydifor ap Bleddyd

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Baronial Investiture, Dragonship Haven, 2015.
Resides: Barony of Stonemarche
Status: Member
Awards: Order of Precedence
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Lady Tegwen ferch Cydifor ap Bleddyd is a member of Clann O'Choda and Sept House Ardubrath. She has been part of the Society for thirty-one years, since the small age of two. Her mother is Lady Siobhan inSceith Girr, and her father Lord Etienne LeNoir, and her aunt is Lady Alexandra of Silverwood all from the Barony of Stonemarche. In Tegwen's third year in the society, she won second place in a bardic competition on account of being particularly small and full of chutzpah, singing Rose, Rose.

She is skilled in hair design, multiple fiber arts, herbal remedies, and some basic seamstress work, though mostly so that she can repair the legions of damaged pants after any given Pennsic. She teaches and offers tutorials on persona hair designs at Pennsic and other events.

Tegwen is the current Chronicler of Stonemarche, and protege to Mistress Aisha bint Jamil.


Hailing from the southmost point of Cymru, Tegwen ferch Cydifor is a lady of minor consequence who has acted as handmaid and servant to both local and visiting nobles. She was trained by a Roman oronatrix in the classic hairstyles, but has added her own flair with Cymru styled braids and weaving. She has skills in music, archery, sewing, and household management.

Event Staff

  • Assistant Merchant Coordinator, Marketplace at Birka, 01/29/16
  • Merchant Coordinator, Marketplace at Birka, 01/27/17

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At the time of her Tyger's Cub award, Tegwen (then known as Nightengale of Silverwood) was the youngest recipient of the award at the age of 8. She served as page to Baroness Megan ni Laine for five years doing errands, acting as cup-bearer, and keeping track of scrolls and awards during court.