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Re: RE : [SCA-JML] MIK name Take I I

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  • Ii Saburou
    ... You would want photocopies of the pages in question, or find a source (such a Solveig s name book) that you can just use the page numbers from. ... Check
    Message 1 of 2 , Apr 2, 2004
      On Fri, 2 Apr 2004, Desjardins, Michel wrote:

      > >"Usami Sadakatsu (Sadaykui) (dates?)
      > >Usami Sadakatsu was one of the Uesugi 'Twenty-Eight Generals'. He was in
      > >charge of the messengers at the fourth battle of Kawanakajima in 1561. In
      > >1564 he was asked by Kenshin to dispose of Nagao Yoshikage, which Usami
      > >did by inviting the fellow to go boating with him and then drowning him.
      > > The use of the character 'mu' has been identified [in his heraldry].
      > > -pg. 89, "The Samurai Sourcebook"
      > Is this a reference I can use in documenting the name ? Do I need copies of
      > this to be sent ? If so I have a problem :-)

      You would want photocopies of the pages in question, or find a source
      (such a Solveig's name book) that you can just use the page numbers from.

      > I'm now seriously contemplating Usami Michimasa. Like the look, like the
      > sound...
      > Is there some de facto documentation for Japanese name like the Dauzat (sp)
      > for european name, that would pass through college without copies of
      > document ?
      > You see, I've been trough that with my Norman persona, choose a name and a
      > device, try to register them, too much concession to be made (my fault
      > mainly because I choose these without knowledge). That's why I want to take
      > a different route with my new persona. Choose a name and device that are
      > as close as possible to period, that I like, and that has good chance of
      > been registered, although, as I mention in an earlier post that my main
      > concert is to be period, registering come second....

      Check for Solveig's name book.

      -Ii
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