Edwardus Alforde Yorke (also known as Eadræd of Alforde) (modernly known as Michael E. Rice)
Preferred Pronouns: he/him/his
Vert, on a chevron sable fimbriated argent three mullets palewise Or.
Eadræd (pronounced 'Ed-red') has been a blue card-carrying member of the SCA since November 2014. He was first introduced to the 'Modern' Middle Ages at a Cynnabar Demo Day held in the University of Michigan's Student Union on Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2014. The Barony's Grand Day of Tournaments (Nov. 15, 2014 / A.S. 49) was the first 'official' SCA event he attended. He has served as Cynnabar Herald from Aug. 10, 2016 [A.S. 51] until April 2020 [A.S. 54] and currently serves as Fenris [Pentamere regional] Herald. (PLEASE NOTE: "Edwardus" is only used in the written form of his second personas' late-period name and is simply pronounced 'Edward'.)
Michael grew up in La Plata, Charles County, Maryland and has also lived in Orlando, FL and Ann Arbor, MI. Additionally, as his father was in the Armed Forces, Michael briefly lived in Virginia, Oklahoma, North Carolina, and the Canal Zone of Panama during his early childhood. At both the College of Southern Maryland and the University of Central Florida (UCF), he studied computer programming and business management and received his B.S.B.A. from UCF in 1987. After attending Graduate School at the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor), he earned his Master of Information and Library Studies (M.I.L.S.) from UM's School of Information in 2007. Michael has been an employee of the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business - Kresge Library Services for over twenty-two years.
Activities and Interests
Anglo-Saxon, Scandinavian (Viking), Irish, Scottish, and English Histories; Court Heraldry and Heraldic Armorial Design; Illumination and Scribal Arts; Music (esp. recorder, ukulele, guitar); Bardic Arts; and Archery.
Avidly omnivorous, with few dislikes and no known allergies, Eadræd CAN'T EAT: gin or red onions and WON'T EAT: raw fish/meat, snails, or oysters; tripe/haggis, etc.; grits; very spicy hot foods; and peas or lima beans by themselves [they're fine in soups, stews, or mixed with other foods].
|Award Name||Date Received|
|Award of the Elephants Heart||2015-03-07||Details|
|Award of Arms||2015-11-07||Details|
|Order of Towers Watch||2017-04-01||Details|
|Award of the Tower's Foundation||2018-09-01||Details|
|Award of the Purple Fret||2018-11-03||Details|
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