Mael Eoin mac Echuid

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Mael Eoin mac Echuid
Resides:Canton of Black Icorndall in the Barony of Bhakail
Awards:Visit the Order of Precedence to access a list of this person's awards.

Gyronny argent and sable, a Maltese cross within an orle gules
Awards & Offices
Companion of the Order of the Silver Crescent Queen's Order of Courtesy




I am Righ-tuatha Mael Eoin mac Echuid, and I have the honor of being the current Baron of Bhakail alongside my wife, Baroness Ysmay de Lynn. While originally from the Canton of Whyt Whey in the Crown Province of Ostgardr, I am now residing in the Canton of Black Icorndall (the Canton of the Valley of the Black Squirrel) in the Barony of Bhakail (Greater Philadelphia area).

When initially looking to join the SCA, I intended to learn to brew and cook in a medieval manner and to learn the ins and outs of heraldry. Instead, I quickly found myself fighting heavy list, dancing and generally helping out wherever needed, often hanging out in kitchens at events or holding positions in local groups. I've come to realize that I prefer doing what I can to help others enjoy the SCA; their happiness is my happiness.

I am a protege and apprentice of Maitre Alexandre Lerot, Baron of Avigne along with Don Pasquale de la Mar and Lady Alessandra Bruccioli.

Along with some other local service-minded folk, I am a member of Dar Nafoura Hajjar.


Mael Eoin is a 12th Century Crusader originally from Ireland but to be found anywhere between there and the Outremer. He is a Knight Hospitaller, one of the military brothers of a Holy Order originally formed to protect and provide hospitality to pilgrims traveling to the Holy Land. As a landed Baron, he will most often not be seen on Crusade, and the Hospitaller garb has largely been closeted, leading him to wear a slightly more colorful wardrobe for the time being.

Offices & Positions


  • Baron of Bhakail (6/13-)
  • EK system administrator (11/09-)
  • EK Standard Herald (10/09-)
  • Proofreading Deputy Chronicler, Barony of Bhakail (10/11-)
  • Webminister, Canton of Black Icorndall (4/09-)


  • Seneschal, Canton of Black Icorndall (4/09-9/12)
  • Deputy Seneschal, Barony of Bhakail (4/09-9/12)
  • Webminister, Barony of Bhakail (-9/12)
  • Salamander Pursuivant (11/09-11/10)
  • Webminister, Canton of Whyt Whey (?-05/06)
  • Deputy Knight Marshal, Canton of Whyt Whey (?-05/06)
  • Deputy Seneschal, Canton of Whyt Whey (?-05/06)
  • Exchequer, Canton of Whyt Whey (12/05-05/06)


  • Companion of the Silver Crescent - TRM Gregor III and Kiena
  • Award of Arms - TRM Brion II and Ana II
  • King's Esteem of Merit - HRM Edward Gray of Lochleven
  • King's Esteem of Merit - HRM Brennan mac Fearghus
  • Queen's Order of Courtesy - HRM Thyra Eiriksdottir
  • Tyger of Foreign Legions - TRM Edward II and Thyra
  • Companion of the Sea Dog - Crown Province of Ostgardr
  • Companion of the Salamander - Barony of Bhakail
  • Companion of the Horse - Barony of Bhakail
  • Sea Star(s) - Crown Province of Ostgardr
  • Flame(s) - Barony of Bhakail
  • Golden Chime - Barony of Carillion

Projects & Publications

  • EK web/mail server documentation and improvement
  • EK server migration


  • Our "Social": the non-activity as an activity - EK Service University class on the success of a weekly social, non-focused activity.
  • Groups and websites: HTML, wikis, CMSes and more... - EK Service University class on popular choices when it comes to producing local group websites.
  • Group websites and Social Media: why you need both - EK Service University class on why social media *and* traditional websites are a good idea...together.


  • Head dayboard cook, Spring Crown Tournament (2013)
  • Kitchener for dayboard and feast, Shire Wars (2012)
  • Head dayboard cook, River War (2012)
  • Co-autocrat, EKU: A Day in the Guild Hall (2012)
  • Cook, Musicians' Day (2011)
  • Head dayboard cook, Feast of John Barleycorn - Investiture of Viceory Guy avec Cheval and Vicereine Johanne i Visby (2011)
  • Steward, House Runnymede dinner at Pennsic 40 (2011)
  • Dayboard cook, Spring Crown Tournament (2011)
  • Head feast cook, Court of Love - 14th C. French feast (2011)
  • Head dayboard cook, Bhakail Yule (2009)

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