Drusilla of Montrose

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Drusilla of Montrose 2003.jpg
Drusilla at Dreiburgen Anniversary 2003
Preferred title: Not specified
Their Pronouns: Not specified
Resides: Moved to the Middle Kingdom
Status: Deceased
Awards: Visit the Caid Order of Precedence
Drusilla Arms.JPG
Gules, a rose between two crosses flory and a mount issuant from base, all Or.
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02/24/1932 to 03/02/2010

THL Drusilla of Montrose was a very active member in the Barony of Dreiburgen, before she moved to the Middle Kingdom. She was so active in the arts that when she was recommended for the order of the Harp Argent the monarchs were unable to decide what field of the arts the Harp was to be awarded for. When the time came their Majesties declared it for “Renaissance Arts”


Offices & Positions


  • Embroidery (gold, wool, floss)
  • Horsemanship / Equestrian trainer
  • Cooking and Baking

Event Staff

Projects & Publications


On the morning of March 2, 2010 The Honorable Lady Drusilla of Montrose passed away at St Vincent's Hospital in Indianapolis Indiana. Drusilla led a full life.

Surviving are her sons Lord Aladric of Litchfield and Baron Malcolm AlbericRRE and her daughter-in-law Baroness Robynne the Grey


  • I first met Drusilla through her sons, Malcolm Alberic and Aladric of Litchfield who were both in my household, House Drachenstern at the time. Her husband, Mornay of Anglesey and my father worked together. She was deceptively quiet, which hid a forceful and focused personality. She was my equestrian coach although I expect that I was a poor student. She mentioned that the horse was smarter than I was (she wasn't being mean, it was a smart horse). She participated in so many things, but I always rather liked and appreciated her baking. One thing I will always be grateful for was that she made a special cloak for my wife. My wife was a small lady who got cold at events, and Drusilla had made her family some cloaks that could keep you warm on a cold arctic night. But, as she said, they were a pain to make and she took a lot of convincing to make it. But she made it. My wife and I eventually broke up, but she really liked and kept the cloak. Drusilla and her family were also instrumental in gaining access to St. Michael's Episcopal Church Hall, where many, many Dreiburgen events were held. She and her family always took on the lion share of tasks needed to make sure that the site was ready for us, and cleaned up and ready when we left. I have many fine memories of events there. ~ Eadwynne of Runedun