I've managed to locate the backups of the notes I kept on computer, but I'm still looking for my offline notes. The map below shows the numbers I assigned to the buildings and below that is the unfinished list of inhabitants, it looks like I hadn't finalised the building assignments when I stopped work on this and there is one character mentioned who I have not provided details for.1.
Torlosa of Sordirin: Ex-Ramala Legionaire, currently Village Firstman He is a client of the Elernin clan and occasionally sends information on the doings of the Chebelos clan in Emsel on to the Elernin clanhead. Currently unmarried, he is attempting to press suit with the widow Jerdath. He also owns an ox which makes him somewhat independant of the Syrth family.
2 & 3. No characters assigned at this point.4
). Andis of Syrth: Village Secondman, wealthiest family in Emsel. This farmer is actually a member of the Cult of the Midnight Dancer, his increasing absences during the current caravan season have made his wife, Larisilë, suspicious. He has many children, but no sons, his desire to provide a successor to his position in the cult has become an almost insane obsession, he has started to initiate his eldest daughter, Merella, into the cult without the knowledge of the other cult members. An act that could doom his entire family.
This building along with the Inn, is the largest structure in Emsel, it has a cellar and a ground floor level. Part of the structure is used as a stable for Oxen, which the Syrth family rent out to the other inhabitants of Emsel. 5
). Morenelë of Ochomel: Innkeeper of "The Jugged Ferryman(?)", she is a client of Chebelos Clan, originally from Higgon, she and her children were were 'asked' to take over the Inn. When her drunken husband died in 705 with massive debts, she has been threatened with enslavement if she cannot pay them off. Thanks to 'careful' accounting on the part of the Chebelos Clan she is unlikely to do that soon. A fact that has lead her to desperate measures. She has struck a deal with the Moleryn Lia-Kavair, which allows them to store smuggled goods(?) in the Inn.
The inn building itself has four levels, the cellar, a ground floor, taproom/where the innkeeper lives, a first upper level (Clay pit workers) and a second upper level once used as storage, but now some rooms have been cleared out for use by travelers.
6 & 7. No characters assigned at this point.8.
Peonian Temple/Infirmary. Head priest: Irgal of Ardussel
The temple is constructed in building donated to the Church by the former owner, a weathly merchant, who gave it to the Peonians to keep it out of the hands of the Chebelos clan. It is guarded by knights from Moleryn Temple of Larani.
Priests are all typical of such a temple and serve not only the farmers of Emsel but those of the other villages near Moleryn. Patients at the infirmary include wounded from Salt Route caravans (in season), injured locals and possibly Gozyda.
The building itself is shaped roughly like an ‘L’. The arm of the ‘L’ facing the river has two above ground floors and was the Merchant’s quarters, but now contains both the Temple proper (ground floor) and the sleeping quarters/offices (upper floor) of the priests, one room is set aside for the Knights from Moleryn.
The arm of the ‘L’ facing the Salt Route is the hospice, where the arms join there is a cellar used for storage.