Kay Leigh Mac Whyte

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I began my journey through the SCA in 1984, when I was still very young, as an annual visitor to the Browns Road Renaissance Fair Demo in Ostgardr/An Dubhaigeainn. Each year, I would make a beeline for the hay bales to watch the fencers and fighters, and occasionally stop by the nice people under the big yellow pavillion labeled "Society for Creative Anachronism". Years passed, and I continued as a fringe player, attending a demo held at one of my colleges, Long Island University C.W. Post campus. Following graduation and a move to western PA (Stormsport area, Æthelmearc), just a couple of hours north of this thing some local friends called "Pennsic", I eventually found my way back to the Barony of An Dubhaigeainn, back to that same exact demo on Memorial Day weekend of 1998. After speaking with the Baronial Chatelaine, I joined the SCA and jumped in with both feet, learning archery at my first event as a member on June 24, 1998.  
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I began my journey through the SCA in 1984, when I was still very young, as an annual visitor to the Browns Road Renaissance Fair Demo in Ostgardr/An Dubhaigeainn. Each year, I would make a beeline for the hay bales to watch the fencers and fighters, and occasionally stop by the nice people under the big yellow pavillion labeled "Society for Creative Anachronism". Years passed, and I continued as a fringe player, attending a demo held at one of my colleges, Long Island University C.W. Post campus. Following graduation and a move to western PA (Stormsport area, Æthelmearc), just a couple of hours north of this thing some local friends called "Pennsic", I eventually found my way back to the Barony of An Dubhaigeainn, back to that same exact demo on Memorial Day weekend of 1998. After speaking with the Baronial Chatelaine, I joined the SCA and jumped in with both feet, learning archery at my first event as a member of the Society for Creative Anachronism on June 24, 1998.  

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Mistress Kayleigh McWhyte, OL
Information
Resides:Barony Beyond the Mountain
Status:Active
Awards:Visit the Order of Precedence to access a list of this person's awards.
Heraldry
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Sable, three quill pens in pile argent and a bordure rayonny gyronny Or and gules.
Awards & Offices
Companion of the Order of the Maunche Companion of the Order of the Silver Crescent Companion of the Order of the Laurel Companion of the Order of the Pelican
* East Kingdom Scribe
  • Lieutenant Archery Marshal At-Large

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Kayleigh McWhyte, aka Kay Leigh Mac Whyte, aka Number 13


(Pronounced KAY-lee Mak White)
Registered as Cellach Mac Faoitigh, OL, OP. (Pronounced KELL-ah Mak Fwite - Name change to Kay Leigh Mac Whyte pending.)


I began my journey through the SCA in 1984, when I was still very young, as an annual visitor to the Browns Road Renaissance Fair Demo in Ostgardr/An Dubhaigeainn. Each year, I would make a beeline for the hay bales to watch the fencers and fighters, and occasionally stop by the nice people under the big yellow pavillion labeled "Society for Creative Anachronism". Years passed, and I continued as a fringe player, attending a demo held at one of my colleges, Long Island University C.W. Post campus. Following graduation and a move to western PA (Stormsport area, Æthelmearc), just a couple of hours north of this thing some local friends called "Pennsic", I eventually found my way back to the Barony of An Dubhaigeainn, back to that same exact demo on Memorial Day weekend of 1998. After speaking with the Baronial Chatelaine, I joined the SCA and jumped in with both feet, learning archery at my first event as a member of the Society for Creative Anachronism on June 24, 1998.


Although I spent many years on the western border of An Dubhaigeainn, my travels often took me to most of the central and northern parts of the Southern Region, as well as frequently to Dragonship Haven, and Barony Beyond the Mountain, mostly for archery events at first. Eventually I found out who to speak to about working on scrolls for the Kingdom (Duchess Katherine was the Tyger Clerk of the Signet at the time), and also around the same time, I introduced a longtime friend from college, Ryan McWhyte, to the SCA.


The rest, as they say, is history...

Persona

Scottish/English Archer, circa 1350

Activities

  • Archer
  • Scribe
  • Archery Marshal
  • Voice herald

(See Event Staff for Details)

Affiliations

Married to Rián_Mac_Faoitigh (Ryan McWhyte)

Households:


  • East Kingdom College of Scribes
  • East Kingdom Stationers Guild


Apprentices


Students


Officer Positions Held


Event Staff

  • Archery Marshal In-Charge or Support Marshal for multiple events (2002 to Present)
  • A&S Competitions Organized: Rock, Paper, Scissors: 12th Night, Dragonship Haven (January 2005), Field of Acorns & Pearls (June 2007)
  • Field (Combat) Scribe for various reigns
  • Voice herald for various royal courts and tournaments


Scribal Websites


Titles, Other positions, Honors, & Awards Held

  • Scribe, EK College of Scribes: May 2000 - present
  • Guildmistress / Founder: Drake University for Courtly Kingdom Scribes

(D.U.C.K.S. - aka "Duck U.) - Barony of An Dubhaigeainn Scribal Guild: June 2000 - present


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