© 2008 Provincial Grand Court of Wessex
!!! THE SECONDWAVE OF CAPTURE !!!!!!
To the Brethren of Wessex The date of the  eighteenth of October 2016 heralds a new awakening, for capture is on the minds of those from Wiltshire, mainly those fearless Saxon mercenaries from Malmesbury. Having attended an assembly of warlords from the host ÆTHELRED REX number sixty-six it came to pass that one of the fearless warriors Mervyn of Pucklechurch stood and demanded possession of the ancient and sacred Bee-hive that stood on the grounds within Burnham. He charged the assembly that five mercenries from his village demand possesion of the Bee-hive. The elders and scribes of importance within the temple rejected the claim saying that on this Installation assembly it was not allowable to demand such an imposition and that they should withdraw their claim. They having been rejected but not outstanding, the mercenaries at that evenings feast, summoned the scribe Ragnor Wright who rose with fury and announced that the
parchment that he held in his possession confirmed that a legal take of the bee-hive was mandatary  and demanded the handing over of this rightful possession to be taken to Malmesbury for safe keeping. ÆTHELRED executive having examined the document  relented and agreed that the document was in good order and they would honor the text within. The Saxon mercenaries from Malmesbury rejoiced with acclamation and on this occasion they declared that there would be no blood spilled on this day. Having placed the Bee-hive in their chariot they eventually returned to the place of their abode.
                   © 2008 Provincial Grand Court of Wessex
The Provincial Grand Court of WESSEX
THE SECOND WAVE OF CAPTURE
To the Brethren of Wessex The date of the  eighteenth of October 2016 heralds a new awakening, for capture is on the minds of those from Wiltshire, mainly those fearless Saxon mercenaries from Malmesbury. Having attended an assembly of warlords from the host ÆTHELRED REX number sixty-six it came to pass that one of the fearless warriors Mervyn of Pucklechurch stood and demanded possession of the ancient and sacred Bee-hive that stood on the grounds within Burnham. He charged the assembly that five mercenries from his village demand possesion of the Bee- hive. The elders and scribes of importance within the temple rejected the claim saying that on this
Installation assembly it was not allowable to demand such an imposition and that they should withdraw their claim. They having been rejected but not outstanding, the mercenaries at that evenings feast, summoned the scribe Ragnor Wright who rose with fury and announced that the parchment that he held in his possession confirmed that a legal take of the bee-hive was mandatary  and demanded the handing over of this rightful possession to be taken to Malmesbury for safe keeping. ÆTHELRED executive having examined the document  relented and agreed that the document was in good order and they would honor the text within. The Saxon mercenaries from Malmesbury rejoiced with acclamation and on this occasion they declared that there would be no blood spilled on this day. Having placed the Bee-hive in their chariot they eventually returned to the place of their abode. The names of those intrepid mercenaries from Malmesbury Court № 100 RW Bro. Brian G. Wright, KCSM, PJGW W.Bro. Mervyn S. Western, KCSM, GHAlmoner W.Bro Colin Lowther, PJGD, PPrGEmPrior W.Bro. George L Brown, ProvSGW W.Bro. James Ward