A feast for crows, p.70
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       A Feast for Crows, p.70

         Part #4 of A Song of Ice and Fire series by George R. R. Martin
 

  SHEPHERD, RALF OF LORDSPORT

  — Euron’s crewmen: CRAGORN

  — Balon’s bannermen, the Lords of the Iron Islands:

  ON PYKE

  —{SAWANE BOTLEY}, Lord of Lordsport, drowned by Euron Crow’s Eye,

  —{HARREN}, his eldest son, killed at Moat Cailin,

  — TRISTIFER, his second son and rightful heir, dispossessed by his uncle,

  — SYMOND, HARLON, VICKON, and BENNARION, his younger sons, likewise dispossessed,

  — GERMUND, his brother, made Lord of Lordsport

  — Germund’s sons, BALON and QUELLON,

  — SARGON and LUCIMORE, Sawane’s half brothers,

  — WEX, a mute boy of twelve years, bastard son of Sargon, squire to Theon Greyjoy,

  — WALDON WYNCH, Lord of Iron Holt,

  ON HARLAW

  — RODRIK HARLAW, called THE READER, Lord of Harlaw, Lord of Ten Towers, Harlaw of Harlaw,

  — LADY GWYNESSE, his elder sister,

  — LADY ALANNYS, his younger sister, widow of King Balon Greyjoy

  — SIGFRYD HARLAW, called SIGFRYD SILVERHAIR, his great uncle, master of Harlaw Hall,

  — HOTHO HARLAW, called HOTHO HUMPBACK, of the Tower of Glimmering, a cousin,

  — SER HARRAS HARLAW, called THE KNIGHT, the Knight of Grey Garden, a cousin,

  — BOREMUND HARLAW, called BOREMUND THE BLUE, master of Harridan Hill, a cousin,

  — Lord Rodrik’s bannermen and sworn swords:

  — MARON VOLMARK, Lord of Volmark,

  — MYRE, STONETREE, and KENNING,

  — Lord Rodrik’s household:

  — THREE-TOOTH, his steward, a crone,

  ON BLACKTYDE

  — BAELOR BLACKTYDE, Lord of Blacktyde, captain of the Nightflyer,

  — BLIND BEN BLACKTYDE, a priest of the Drowned God,

  ON OLD WYK

  — DUNSTAN DRUMM, The Drumm, captain of Thunderer,

  — NORNE GOODBROTHER, of Shatterstone,

  — THE STONEHOUSE,

  — TARLE, called TARLE THE THRICE-DROWNED, a priest of the Drowned God,

  ON GREAT WYK

  — GOROLD GOODBROTHER, Lord of the Hammerhorn,

  — his sons, GREYDON, GRAN, and GORMOND, triplets,

  — his daughters, GYSELLA and GWIN,

  — MAESTER MURENMURE, tutor, healer, and counselor,

  — TRISTON FARWYND, Lord of Sealskin Point,

  — THE SPARR,

  — his son and heir, STEFFARION,

  — MELDRED MERLYN, Lord of Pebbleton,

  ON ORKMONT

  — ORKWOOD OF ORKMONT,

  — LORD TAWNEY,

  ON SALTCLIFFE

  — LORD DONNOR SALTCLIFFE,

  — LORD SUNDERLY

  ON THE LESSER ISLANDS AND ROCKS

  — GYLBERT FARWYND, Lord of the Lonely Light,

  — THE OLD GREY GULL, a priest of the Drowned God.

  OTHER HOUSES GREAT AND SMALL

  HOUSE ARRYN

  The Arryns are descended from the Kings of Mountain and Vale. Their sigil is a white moon-and-falcon upon a sky-blue field. House Arryn has taken no part in the War of the Five Kings. Their Arryn words are As High as Honor.

  ROBERT ARRYN, Lord of the Eyrie, Defender of the Vale, styled by his mother True Warden of the East, a sickly boy of eight years, sometimes called SWEETROBIN,

  — his mother, {LADY LYSA of House Tully}, widow of Lord Jon Arryn, pushed from the Moon Door to her death,

  — his stepfather, PETYR BAELISH, called LITTLEFINGER, Lord of Harrenhal, Lord Paramount of the Trident, and Lord Protector of the Vale,

  — ALAYNE STONE, Lord Petyr’s natural daughter, a maid of three-and-ten, actually Sansa Stark,

  — SER LOTHOR BRUNE, a sellsword in Lord Petyr’s service, the Eyrie’s captain of guards,

  — OSWELL, a grizzled man-at-arms in Lord Petyr’s service, sometimes called KETTLEBLACK,

  — Lord Robert’s household at the Eyrie:

  — MARILLION, a handsome young singer much favored by Lady Lysa and accused of her murder,

  — MAESTER COLEMON, counselor, healer, and tutor,

  — MORD, a brutal gaoler with teeth of gold,

  — GRETCHEL, MADDY, and MELA, servingwomen,

  — Lord Robert’s bannermen, the Lords of the Vale:

  — LORD NESTOR ROYCE, High Steward of the Vale and castellan of the Gates of the Moon,

  — SER ALBAR, Lord Nestor’s son and heir,

  — MYRANDA, called RANDA, Lord Nestor’s daughter, a widow, but scarce used,

  — Lord Nestor’s household:

  — SER MARWYN BELMORE, captain of guards,

  — MYA STONE, a mule tender and guide, bastard daughter of King Robert I Baratheon,

  — OSSY and CARROT, mule tenders,

  — LYONEL CORBRAY, Lord of Heart’s Home,

  — SER LYN CORBRAY, his brother and heir, who wields the famed blade Lady Forlorn,

  — SER LUCAS CORBRAY, his younger brother,

  — JON LYNDERLY, Lord of the Snakewood,

  — TERRANCE, his son and heir, a young squire,

  — EDMUND WAXLEY, the Knight of Wickenden,

  — GEROLD GRAFTON, the Lord of Gulltown,

  — GYLES, his youngest son, a squire,

  — TRISTON SUNDERLAND, Lord of the Three Sisters,

  — GODRIC BORRELL, Lord of Sweetsister,

  — ROLLAND LONGTHORPE, Lord of Longsister,

  — ALESANDOR TORRENT, Lord of Littlesister,

  — the Lords Declarant, bannermen of House Arryn joined together in defense of young Lord Robert:

  — YOHN ROYCE, called BRONZE YOHN, Lord of Runestone, of the senior branch of House Royce,

  — SER ANDAR, Bronze Yohn’s sole surviving son, and heir to Runestone,

  — Bronze Yohn’s household:

  — MAESTER HELLIWEG, tutor, healer, counselor,

  — SEPTON LUCOS,

  — SER SAMWELL STONE, called STRONG SAM STONE, master-at-arms,

  — Bronze Yohn’s bannermen and sworn swords:

  — ROYCE COLDWATER, Lord of Coldwater Burn,

  — SER DAMON SHETT, Knight of Gull Tower,

  — UTHOR TOLLETT, Lord of the Grey Glen

  — ANYA WAYNWOOD, Lady of Ironoaks Castle,

  — SER MORTON, her eldest son and heir,

  — SER DONNEL, her second son, the Knight of the Gate,

  — WALLACE, her youngest son,

  — HARROLD HARDYNG, her ward, a squire oft called HARRY THE HEIR,

  — BENEDAR BELMORE, Lord of Strongsong,

  — SER SYMOND TEMPLETON, the Knight of Ninestars,

  —{EON HUNTER}, Lord of Longbow Hall, recently deceased,

  — SER GILWOOD, Lord Eon’s eldest son and heir, now called YOUNG LORD HUNTER,

  — SER EUSTACE, Lord Eon’s second son,

  — SER HARLAN, Lord Eon’s youngest son,

  — Young Lord Hunter’s household:

  — MAESTER WILLAMEN, counselor, healer, tutor,

  — HORTON REDFORT, Lord of Redfort, thrice wed,

  — SER JASPER, SER CREIGHTON, SER JON, his sons,

  — SER MYCHEL, his youngest son, a new-made knight, m. Ysilla Royce of Runestone,

  — clan chiefs from the Mountains of the Moon,

  — SHAGGA SON OF DOLF, OF THE STONE CROWS, presently leading a band in the kingswood,

  — TIMETT SON OF TIMETT, OF THE BURNED MEN,

  — CHELLA DAUGHTER OF CHEYK, OF THE BLACK EARS,

  — CRAWN SON OF CALOR, OF THE MOON BROTHERS.

  HOUSE FLORENT

  The Florents of Brightwater Keep are bannermen of Highgarden. At the outset of the War of the Five Kings, Lord Alester Florent followed his liege lord in declaring for King Renly while his brother Ser Axell chose Stannis, husband to his niece Selyse. After Renly’s death, Lord Alester went over to Stannis as well, with all the strength of Brightwater. Stannis made Lord Alester his Hand, and gave command of his fleet to Ser Imry Florent, his w
ife’s brother. The fleet and Ser Imry both were lost in the Battle of Blackwater, and Lord Alester’s efforts to negotiate a peace after the defeat were regarded by King Stannis as treason. He was given to the red priestess Melisandre, who burned him as a sacrifice to R’hllor.

  The Iron Throne has also named the Florents traitors for their support of Stannis and his rebellion. They were attainted, and Brightwater Keep and its lands were awarded to Ser Garlan Tyrell.

  The sigil of House Florent shows a fox head in a circle of flowers.

  {ALESTER FLORENT}, Lord of Brightwater, burned as a traitor,

  — his wife, LADY MELARA, of House Crane,

  — their children:

  — ALEKYNE, attainted Lord of Brightwater, fled to Oldtown to seek refuge at the Hightower,

  — LADY MELESSA, wed to Lord Randyll Tarly,

  — LADY RHEA, wed to Lord Leyton Hightower,

  — his siblings:

  — SER AXELL, a queen’s man, in service to his niece Queen Selyse at Eastwatch-by-the-Sea,

  —{SER RYAM}, died in a fall from a horse,

  — SELYSE, his daughter, wife and queen to King Stannis I Baratheon,

  — SHIREEN BARATHEON, her only child,

  —{SER IMRY}, his eldest son, killed in the Battle of the Blackwater,

  — SER ERREN, his second son, a captive at Highgarden,

  — SER COLIN, castellan at Brightwater Keep,

  — DELENA, his daughter, m. SER HOSMAN NORCROSS,

  — her natural son, EDRIC STORM, fathered by King Robert I Baratheon,

  — ALESTER NORCROSS, her eldest trueborn son, a boy of nine,

  — RENLY NORCROSS, her second trueborn son, a boy of three,

  — MAESTER OMER, Ser Colin’s eldest son, in service at Old Oak,

  — MERRELL, Ser Colin’s youngest son, a squire on the Arbor,

  — RYLENE, Lord Alester’s sister, m. Ser Rycherd Crane.

  HOUSE FREY

  The Freys are bannermen to House Tully, but have not always been diligent in their duty. At the onset of the War of the Five Kings, Robb Stark won Lord Walder’s allegiance by pledging to marry one of his daughters or granddaughters. When he wed Lady Jeyne Westerling instead, the Freys conspired with Roose Bolton and murdered the Young Wolf and his followers at what became known as the Red Wedding.

  WALDER FREY, Lord of the Crossing,

  — by his first wife, {LADY PERRA, of House Royce}:

  —{SER STEVRON}, died after the Battle of Oxcross,

  — m. {Corenna Swann}, died of a wasting illness,

  — Stevron’s eldest son, SER RYMAN, heir to the Twins,

  — Ryman’s son, EDWYN, wed to Janyce Hunter,

  — Edwyn’s daughter, WALDA, a girl of nine,

  — Ryman’s son, WALDER, called BLACK WALDER,

  — Ryman’s son, {PETYR}, called PETYR PIMPLE, hanged at Oldstones, m. Mylenda Caron,

  — Petyr’s daughter, PERRA, a girl of five,

  — m. {Jeyne Lydden}, died in a fall from a horse,

  — Stevron’s son, {AEGON}, called JINGLEBELL, killed at the Red Wedding by Catelyn Stark,

  — Stevron’s daughter, {MAEGELLE}, died in childbed, m. Ser Dafyn Vance,

  — Maegelle’s daughter, MARIANNE VANCE, a maiden,

  — Maegelle’s son, WALDER VANCE, a squire,

  — Maegelle’s son, PATREK VANCE,

  — m. {Marsella Waynwood}, died in childbed,

  — Stevron’s son, WALTON, m. Deana Hardyng,

  — Walton’s son, STEFFON, called THE SWEET,

  — Walton’s daughter, WALDA, called FAIR WALDA,

  — Walton’s son, BRYAN, a squire,

  — SER EMMON, Lord Walder’s second son, m. Genna Lannister,

  — Emmon’s son, {SER CLEOS}, killed by outlaws near Maidenpool, m. Jeyne Darry,

  — Cleos’s son, TYWIN, a squire of twelve,

  — Cleos’s son, WILLEM, a page at Ashemark, ten,

  — Emmon’s son, SER LYONEL, m. Melesa Crakehall,

  — Emmon’s son, {TION}, a squire, murdered by Rickard Karstark while a captive at Riverrun,

  — Emmon’s son, WALDER, called RED WALDER, fourteen, a page at Casterly Rock,

  — SER AENYS, Lord Walder’s third son, m. {Tyana Wylde}, died in childbed,

  — Aenys’s son, AEGON BLOODBORN, an outlaw,

  — Aenys’s son, RHAEGAR, m. {Jeyne Beesbury}, died of a wasting illness,

  — Rhaegar’s son, ROBERT, a boy of thirteen,

  — Rhaegar’s daughter, WALDA, a girl of eleven, called WHITE WALDA,

  — Rhaegar’s son, JONOS, a boy of eight,

  — PERRIANE, Lord Walder’s daughter, m. Ser Leslyn Haigh,

  — Perriane’s son, SER HARYS HAIGH,

  — Harys’s son, WALDER HAIGH, a boy of five,

  — Perriane’s son, SER DONNEL HAIGH,

  — Perriane’s son, ALYN HAIGH, a squire,

  — by his second wife, {LADY CYRENNA, of House Swann}:

  — SER JARED, Lord Walder’s fourth son, m. {Alys Frey},

  — Jared’s son, {SER TYTOS}, slain by Sandor Clegane during the Red Wedding, m. Zhoe Blanetree,

  — Tytos’s daughter, ZIA, a maid of fourteen,

  — Tytos’s son, ZACHERY, a boy of twelve sworn to the Faith, training at the Sept of Oldtown,

  — Jared’s daughter, KYRA, m. {Ser Garse Goodbrook}, slain during the Red Wedding,

 
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