Geoffrey’s List

Geoffrey’s List

Find Chaucerian Craftsmen and Functionaries Today!

 
 
 

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Even more popular than Angie’s List these days is Geoffrey Chaucer’s helpful database of reviews of occupations that have become somewhat obscure. Find top-rated certified pros for your arcane and strange needs.

Popular Services

  • Knights
  • Millers
  • Reeves
  • Cooks
  • Men of Law
  • Friars
  • Summoners
  • Clerks
  • Merchants
  • Squires
  • Franklins
  • Pardoners
  • Shipmen
  • Prioresses
  • Monks
  • Nuns
  • Canon’s Yeomen
  • Manciples
  • Parsons

What Our Customers are Saying…

A few of our customers have answered our Survey Monkey questionnaire about their customer experience using Geoffrey’s List service. Here’s what they have to say.

Nancy, St. Paul, Minn.

Before Geoffrey’s List, finding a good Manciple was like throwing darts at a dartboard. Some people showed up and it was obvious pretty quickly that they didn’t even know what a Manciple was. They were just regular run-of-the-mill caterers pretending to be Manciples. With Geoffrey’s List, we found a real Manciple who had been in charge of buying provisions like mutton, mead, eels and other things an old fashioned person like me really needs for some reason that is not entirely clear.

Marcy, Hoboken, NJ

Geoffrey’s List took the stress out of a difficult situation. I really needed a Summoner because I imagined myself to be somewhat of a religious authority. There was a particular person who I thought needed to be called in front of my ecclesiastical court for his spiritual crimes — namely, not answering my texts, the punishment for which I thought should be excommunication and expulsion from my imaginary religious order. Luckily, I was able to find a real Summoner through the list. Unfortunately, this guy refused to answer the Summoner’s texts either, but I felt a bit better. Thanks Geoffrey!

Robert, Cincinnati, OH

When I had a problem with a provider, Geoffrey stuck with me, and I was able to get the Pardoner that I hired to return and redo the job. It turned out that the pardons and indulgences he sold me were entirely useless because they didn’t have the papal seal and I still felt guilty and sinful after…well, after doing something I don’t want to talk about…with a woman I met at work…anyhow, after he affixed the proper seal to the pardons I felt like I might not spend all of eternity in inferno, maybe just a few eons.

Thanks Geoffrey!

Geoffrey’s List — Because who knows what any of these jobs are anyway?

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