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Changes Pending: Argent, a chevron between two estoiles azure and an eagle sable.
- 1 Honorable Lord Wilhelm Meis
- 2 Offices:
- 3 Persona History:
- 4 Interests:
- 5 Timeline of Activity:
- 6 Populace Provided Information:
- 7 Notable Contributions or Accomplishments:
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- 9 Mundane Information:
Honorable Lord Wilhelm Meis
Badge: (Fieldless) An eagle sable, each wing charged with an estoile argent.
- Local Offices Held
- Stronghold Seneschal of Battle Rock (Sept 2010-Nov 2011)
- Far West Chronicler (May 2011-Dec 2011)
- Dragonsspine Baronial Chronicler (Jan 2013-Nov 2013)
- Minister of Arts and Sciences of Wiesenfeuer (April 2015-April 2017).
Wilhelm Meis, born 1378, hails from the banks of the Elbe, in the heart of the Holy Roman Empire. He grew up in the merchant class, learning a variety of skills which he puts to use as a toy maker.
Toys and games, clothing, shoe making, leatherwork, woodworking, wood turning, wood carving, brewing, mead, beekeeping, medicine, heraldry, heavy combat, archery and siege weapons
Timeline of Activity:
First met SCA at Norman Medieval Fair in mid-90s, first SCA event was Wastelands Defender III (1996), if memory serves. SCA member since 1996.
Started in Wiesenfeuer in AS XXX, then moved to the Shire of Crystal Mynes in Calontir in AS XXXI, then to the hinterlands of Gleann Abhann in AS XLII, then to the Stronghold of Battle Rock in the Palatine Barony of the Far West (mka Okinawa, Japan) in AS XLIII, then to the Barony of Dragonsspine in the Outlands in AS XLVI, and finally back to Wiesenfeuer in AS XLVIII.
Attended the SCA 50 year celebration in Midrealm.
Please see timeline above.
Populace Provided Information:
I once say Wilhelm laying in a field filled with wild flowers. I went up to him, to ask him what’s wrong, thinking he may be sick, or hurt or something. He wasn’t! He was just staring at the flowers, waiting for his little bee friends to join him. He loves his bee friends!
Honorable Lord Wilhelm Meis was instrumental in starting a local SCA honey guild. They had their own pavilion at Norman Medieval Fair educating people about medieval bee keeping. His mother embroidered beautiful bee themed handkerchiefs one of which I got for a small donation. They also offered homemade chapsticks and blocks of beeswax for donations. (There is more I could say but I'll keep those for another time).
Notable Contributions or Accomplishments:
Founder of Firestorm Honey Guild, serving beekeepers in Northern Ansteorra