Eleonora van den Bogaerde
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Baroness Eleonora van den Bogaerde, OP, lives in the Barony of Southron Gaard in the Kingdom of Lochac. She was elevated to the Pelican on 03/23/1996 by TRM John II and Ceinwen II at the Southron Gaard Baronial Investiture 1996.
- Previously known as Morgana de Maar
Eleonora is the daughter of a moderately well-off Dutch nobleman Jan van den Bogaerde. She was born in 1434 at the castle Muiderslot. She is a widow; her husband met his end at sea on his way to England for a tournament. Her brother Peiter is also a keen tourneyer and spends most of his time at the court of the Count of Charolais, heir of the Duke of Burgundy.
Eleonora spends her time managing her father's estate as neither father nor brother seem particularly interested. She enjoys needlework, weaving, spinning and dyeing, she cooks when necessary and enjoys having her neighbours over for feasts. Every now and then she sneaks into one of her brother's old armours and practices with the castle guards.
Offices & Positions
- First Baroness of Southron Gaard with Sigurd Hardrada, 03/23/1996-02/04/2001
Projects & Publications
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