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The Barony-Marche of the Debatable Lands is a branch of the Society for Creative Anachronism, an international organization dedicated to the study and recreation of the Middle Ages and early Renaissance.

Geographically, the Debatable Lands include greater Pittsburgh and most of southwestern Pennsylvania. The Debatable Lands is the oldest and one of the largest baronies in the Kingdom of Æthelmearc, the region covering western New York, most of Pennsylvania outside the Harrisburg-Philadelphia corridor, and West Virginia.

The Barony-Marche also proudly includes two smaller branches within its borders: the Canton of Steltonwald, covering Beaver County, PA; and the College of Cour d'Or, representing Pittsburgh-area college students.

Their Excellencies, Baron Uilliam Mac an tSaoir and Baroness Constance Glyn Dwr, of these Debatable Lands have announced their intention to step down from the Baronial thrones. They have asked the Barony's Seneschal and selection committee to begin seeking heirs so that the four-decades-long continuity of Baronial rule here in the lands of the marche can be preserved.

The process of selecting Baronial heirs has begun. Please see the Election AS 50 page for the latest news and full schedule. Progress will also be reported in the Althing.

Call for Letters, Knight Marshal

Unto the Barony does Baron Liam send greetings;

At the October Officer's Meeting, my term as Knight Marshal will end. I am not seeking a second term at this time. At this time we are seeking letters for Knight Marshal of the Barony.

The job of Knight Marshal entails:


If you are interested in the position please submit a letter to Myself and Master Alaric the seneschal for the barony by Noon on October 7th, 2015. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact myself or Master Alaric.

In service to the Barony

Baron Uilliam Mac-an-tSaoir
Knight Marshal, Barony Marche of the Debatable Lands

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