Robert Toxophilus of Werchesope, Archery Marshal

Shire of Panther Vale, East Kingdom, SCA

It is with great sadness to realize that Lord Robert is gone.
He passed in 2016 at home, with his wife and children and their children nearby.
Patricia and Robert had recently moved to Harvest Hill Retirement Community in Lebanon, NH where Patricia has remained making new friends and being close to her relatives.

Below is his personal page


Although I'm relatively new to the Society for Creative Anachronism, I have been involved with Archery for more years than I care to remember. I got my first bow as a Christmas present.  It was a hickory Stemmler bow that had been advertised in the Boy Scout magazine Boy's Life.  When I opened the package a booklet fell out.  It was a copy of:
 
 
If you would like to see an online copy.
 
Click here
Unfortunately, this online  version is missing Plate 3 and the dimension tables for a lemonwood long bow  And Plate 7 has been moved to a different section.
THE ESSENTIALS OF
A R C H E R Y
 
 
 
ORIGINAL PRINTING - 1942
 
 
 
HOW TO USE AND MAKE
BOWS AND ARROWS
 
by
L.E.STEMMLER
MANORVILLE, L.I., N.Y.
 
 And when I started to leaf through it, I immediately came across a quote from Maurice Thompson,
one of the Founders of the National Archery Association.  It has stayed with me ever since.


The Moon and Archery

I loved the Medieval Archer then and still do.

Activities

 

 

 

Teaching... Always Teaching 

 

 

 

Newport 1976SCA Demo, Newport, R.I. 1976 (A.S. 11) Instructing at Panteria XIPanteria XI - 2008 (A.S. 43)

 Equipment Designs

 

Advancing Warrior

 

 

Archery_Net_Frame

 

Advancing Warrior

Archery Net

 

Panher Vale Arrow Caddy

Wooden Tricuspidate Gemini Rings

 

Page undated: January 15, 2015