Alderford History

The history of the Marche of Alderford

Where have all the photos gone?

We're getting ready to upgrade the Alderford web site to a new version of the software. To make it easier to organize photos, and to simplify maintenance of the Alderford site, all the photo albums by Milica and Justin are consolidated onto their personal site.

Marche of Alderford bids a sad, fond farewell to Lord Charles the Indecisive

He was known by many names: Charles the Indecisive, Constable Barnabas of Fife, and most often, just Charlie. Charles Carlton Dreyer, age 62, passed away on June 21 from cancer, leaving a void in the Marche of Alderford that will be hard to fill.

From Whence Our Name?

Alderford is the name of our shire in Stark, Carroll, and Tuscarawas Counties in northeastern Ohio. The local area is known for its many streams and lowlands. In central Stark County, a tributary of the Tuscarawas River, Nimishillen Creek, has its headwaters in four streams. The name for this creek comes from the language of the original natives of this region. Nimishilla is the name of a shrub that the first European settlers called black alder.

Alderford Jeopardy Questions and Answers

These are the questions and answers to the Alderford Jeopardy party game that was created for our birthday revel in 2001.

Early History of the Marche of Alderford, by Iustinos Tekton

This History was compiled by Maistor Iustinos Tekton, founding Seneschal of the group. It's just one person's version of what happened. Some of this is from the official Seneschal files, and the rest from memory.

Scrapbook

Event photo The Scrapbook contains photo albums, event flyers, and historical articles about the Marche of Alderford's past activities.

Event Flyers (Archived)

The event flyer archives contain information about previous events. This is provided as a reference in planning future events of the same type, and as a part of the shire's history.
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