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(RIP) Bruce Enderson

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Castle Inverness;
« on: 17 July, 2013, 07:53:50 AM »
Andriet; when was the castle in Moray finished?  Does the Info say?  And will you post here the list of contributors?  I'd thank you heaps.

So that after a brief and uneventful installation for a time all the Bowmans passed on from this realm (except one which still dwelled in Lothian).  And then Andriet Richileau was appointed to the station of Regal Vessel.  He was, like every Vessel before him, empowered to execute civil projects, adjust the tax revenue in each region, receive money from wayfarers staying at the Taverns in each said land, and to govern the Crown Jewels region of Caledonia (consisting of Argyll, Buchan, Caithness, Moray, Ross, and the viking settlements in Sutherland) with jurisprudence, and responsibility.

Andriet graciously accepts this role and gives every proud Highlander his sincere thanks for entrusting him with these powers of office.

Lets pray Oden inspires him;
~Bruce Enderson
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(RIP) Bruce Enderson

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Re: Castle Inverness;
« Reply #1 on: 20 July, 2013, 11:16:02 AM »
The Castle Inverness was launched on the 21st of Marches, 1312, by Bruce Enderson, and completed on the 20th of January, 1313.  It required 1,000 bricks, 750 wood, and 1,000 stone.  As well as 2,000 work hours none of which was granted to we Scots by the Gods (like the city in Yorkshire, England was).  Labored long and hard despite earthquake, climate change, fire, and disease, did these individuals endure until the end of our task;
  • Hazel Bowman: 716 hours
  • Marche Bowman: 270 hours
  • Branwen Linden: 204 hours
  • Bruce Enderson: 141 hours
  • Lannea De Chaol Gleann: 108 hours
  • Aelfred Ulricsson: 105 hours
  • Brenin Strom: 105 hours
  • William Macdougall: 93 hours
  • Kirstie Bowman: 84 hours
  • Ewen Lambourne: 57 hours
  • Basch Badgemagus: 42 hours
  • Sandy Wallace: 36 hours
  • Andriet Richileau: 30 hours
  • and Danius Dunedane: 18 hours
And by the grace of Scots industry and resolve was the city of Inverness baern.  May it, like so many cities before it, survive even until after the state is gone.
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