Have you lost a member of your group in the SCA?
Do you know of someone who has?
Do you want to remember them forever and share their stories with the rest of the Society?
scamemorial.org is here for that very reason.
o The wait is over. We have tested and retested this website for months now, and believe that it is ready for the Society to come and join us in remembering our own past and preserving it for our future.
o Please read our FAQ for how to enter a new Memorial. The entry has choices for both Mundane and SCAdian information, however the settings may be a bit confusing for those new to the site. We have set up a tutorial in order to hopefully clear up that confusion.
o Please contact us with your feedback. We can only make the site better with your input!
o We have many updates and additions planned over the next several months, but we need your help to test the site as they are implemented to make certain they all work! If you have an idea, please submit it to us through the Contact Us page.
First, we would like to express our sincerest sympathies to you and yours for the loss of your loved one or friend.
Welcome to the online living memorial for the Society for Creative Anachronism so that we might together forever remember the lives and contributions of those of our friends and family who have passed.
If you have recently lost a friend or family member, we would like to express our most sincere sympathies for your loss. If a memorial page for your loved one or friend has not yet been created by others, we hope you might consider creating one for them yourself to honor them and their memory. Memorial pages are easy to create or add onto, and are completely free -- support for these efforts is completely donation driven, so you can be certain your memorial page will be maintained with the respect and reverence it deserves.
We fervently believe that sharing the life, stories, and contributions of your loved one or friend is not only healing and cathartic, but also further contributes to the Society by keeping our shared legacy alive.
Uploading favorite pictures, choosing appropriate headlines (or simply using their name and lifespan), sharing stories about who they are, what they did and accomplished, and even how they died, will all contribute to keeping their story alive. Our goal is to memorialize and celebrate the lives of all who have contributed to our shared dream yet are no longer amongst us.
We hope you will agree that SCAmemorial.org provides a simple, straightforward, and powerful tribute to those we've lost.
Welcome to SCAmemorial.org
- West Kingdom May 1, A.S. 1 (1966)
- East Kingdom June, A.S. 3 (1968)
- Middle Kingdom September, A.S. 4 (1969)
- Atenveldt January, A.S. 5 (1971)
- Meridies January, A.S. 12 (1978)
- Caid June, A.S. 13 (1978)
- Ansteorra June, A.S. 14 (1979)
- Atlantia May, A.S. 16 (1981)
- An Tir January, A.S. 16 (1982)
- Calontir February, A.S. 18 (1984)
There are many members in the SCA who have left the mortal realm over the past several years.
These people have served the dream and inspired us in their own way.
They have touched us and will not be forgotten.
So long as one person remembers they will still be with us.