WR - Re: WR: Western/Southern Principality Proposals
Warren T. Klinger
bentnose at juno.com
Wed Apr 1 15:50:39 PST 1998
Correct me if I am wrong, but did not Crown last year put a stop to all
discussion about principalities in Ansteorra, and was it not backed up by
all Kingdom Officers. If I remember correctly it was in April 1997's
Black Star that this was announced. Just Curious!
On Wed, 1 Apr 1998 17:57:58 -0600 ulrica at lx.net (ulrica) writes:
>Listening can never harm. It might be that teaming up would be a good
>After all, one of the main arguments against just US being a
>that we don't carry the number of Peers needed. The Central &/or
>lots of those kind of good quality folk to bring in...(Gee, sounds
>horse auction...yes sir get some new stock for the breedin' pool).
>it has a tendency to worry me that by bringing in a lot of Peers to
>so many of those out here who need Peerages would be overlooked!
>Joanna, HL Rosario, HL Adelaide, just to name a few.)
>From: Donald Walker <walkerd at hub.ofthe.net>
>To: bonwicke at Ansteorra.ORG <bonwicke at Ansteorra.ORG>
>Date: Wednesday, April 01, 1998 4:00 PM
>Subject: Re: WR - Re: WR: Western/Southern Principality Proposals
>>Susan M Galindo wrote:
>>> I am for joining the Western Region with the Southern but not if it
>>> splitting us apart in any shape or form. We have always been
>>> supporting each other's events and it should stay that way.
>>> HL Adelaide
>>I would agree to at least listen to a serious proposal. The WR may
>>a lot to gain with pairing up with another region. A western
>>principality is a good goal, but a half dozen groups just isn't a
>>enough number to do the job.
>>We were going to have to do a lot of growing or recruit some
>>shires and baronies. This may be the group we need. It can't hurt to
>>discuss the mattter.
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