At one point early in the spring of 1220, Cory approaches Muriel, the chatelaine of the covenant.
"Begging your pardon ma'am," he says in proper Latin. "I was wondering of I could bend your ear for a moment. I'm Cory, Master Gavin's servant. And he's sent me out on a most peculiar mission, one I'm not sure how to perform. I was hoping that you, having lived in this area for a while, might give me some guidance. You see, Master Gavin needs a human skeleton for his research, and he sent me to get him one. I haven't the foggiest idea of where to look for one, and I thought you might be able to point me in the right direction."
That's my thinking. We've got a start on the Chapter I: 1220-1221 thread. It could get broken off into a full story if Peregrine or someone else wants to run it. Come on in and join the fun. Wacky hijinks are certain to ensue.
"So, should I just go out and dig up a dead body?" Cory asks. "Or is there some other way I might get a body - or at least a skeleton? I don't want to get myself or the covenant in trouble. I'll also probably need some strong arms to help me dig - if digging in required."
Looked through the wiki and there are not any man-Friday or grave diggers so I guess it is members of the turn who bury the dead? Maybe Tamhas as he's less likely to talk too much about it and he's a big chap. Tyne (shield grog) could be chosen for she's reclusive too.
Those two plus the grog who was asked are probably plenty? I'll play out Tyne or both.