ANSTHRLD - Fwd: Jeanne's name submission
bryder at compucom.com
Tue Jan 2 05:46:40 PST 2001
Howdy all. I just received the following from Count Alaric Drake. What do you all say about the name and documentation. Names are not my forte.
Hey there Borek!
Well, I have submitted device stuff in the past, but have never ventured into
name submissions. I am a bit uncertain as to the form the documentation
should take and wonder if ya' could take a quick look at the attached name
submission form and tell me what you think about it? I would be
super-grateful, in that I would prefer not to screw up Jeanne's submission at
this early stage. Also, what do you think about the name itself, and it's
chance of getting through the College?
Thanks a million!
Sibri de Aldebourne
"Sibri" -- Found as a feminine given name in "A Dictionary of English Surnames", a paper written and published at the Known World Heraldic Symposium (1994) by P.H. Reaney. This compilation can be found at " www.s-gabriel.org/names/talan/reaney/reaney.cgi?Seburg " It is attributed to 1276.
"de Aldebourne" -- Found as a surname in "English Names from Pre-1600's Brass Inscriptions", a compilation of names at " www.sca.org/heraldry/laurel/names/brasses/lastnameCD.html#D ". This was produced by Julian Goodwyn (Janell K. Lovelace). This surname is attributed to 1380, Oxfordshire England.
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