Be it known that our very Sovereign Lord the King, Nigel II, and the Queen, Adrielle II, sitting in Parliament on their Royal seats, at the request of their Lords Spiritual and Temporal and of their Commons assembled in the same Parliament, created and preferred Isabel Atwyll as Companion in their Order of the Wain. This being done to recognize her service as Minister of the Lists, Seneschal, Gate Keeper and in numerous other occupations. And hereupon, after the homage done to their Majesties by the same, the said Isabel was commanded by their Majesties to sit in her seat among the Order thus given to her. This was done in the Shire of Bastille du Lac, on the feast day of Bernadette Soubirous, at the Tournoi de Coeur de Glace.
Wording by THLaird Colyne Stewart, based on the Creations of the King’s Brother John as Earl of Kendal and Duke of Bedford, and of his Brother Humphrey as Duke of Gloucester by Henry V, 1414. Extant from Rolls of Parliament, R.C.V. 172.