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House Arryn of the Eyrie

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General Information

The Blood of Dragons specific information for this house is under construction. However, if you scroll down, you will find the family tree for this house.

General information about House Arryn from the books.

Family Tree

  • Jonothor Arryn, Lord of the Eyrie, Defender of the Vale, Warden of the East (b. 127),
    • his first wife, {Lady Fiona} of House Belmore (b. 128), a cousin, killed by a great fall (d. 152),
    • his second wife, Lady Lira of House Lannister (b. 137),
    • their children:
      • Eldred (b. 157), heir to the Eyrie, betrothed to Jeona Tyrell (b. 154),
      • Ronnel (b. 162),
    • his siblings:
      • Lady Elene (b. 123), m. Ser Symond Templeton (b. 120), the Knight of Ninestars,
        • Elene's son, Ser Triston Templeton (b.140), heir to Ninestars,
        • Elene's son, Ser Artys Templeton (b. 143),
        • Elene's daughter, Lyssa Templeton (b. 145),
        • {Several miscarriages}
      • Ser Conrad (b. 130), formerly the Knight of the Bloody Gate, royal steward (see House Targaryen), m. Isabel Royce (b. 145), called Brightrune,
        • his squire, Cortnay Grafton (b. 148), heir to Gulltown,
    • his late father:
      • {Lord Joffrey} (b. 100), once Knight of the Bloody Gate, a most unlikely heir (d. 151),
    • his uncle, aunts, and cousins:
      • Ser Josten (b. 103), called the Knight of the Moon, once Knight of the Bloody Gate, m. Polianne Corbray (b. 106),
        • Josten's son, Ser Ober (b. 122), Knight of the Bloody Gate, m. {Lady Alianne Waxley} (b. 120), died in childbed (d. 142),
          • Ober's daughter, Jyana (b. 142), called the Jewel of the Eyrie, lady-in-waiting to Princess Naerys Targaryen, m. Ser Jonn Lannister (b. 140), heir to Casterly Rock,
          • Ober's twin bastards, Andred Stone and Ondred Stone (b. 145), one squire to Ser Jarret Corbray, the other squire to Ser Noel Upcliff,
          • Ober's bastard daughter, Alyse Stone (b. 145),
          • Ober's bastard daughter, Serina Stone (b. 150),
        • Josten's daughter, Lady Yorena (b. 129), m. Lord Jaymond Grafton (b. 123),
        • Josten's son, {Ser Orren} (b. 131), killed during the invasion of Dorne (d. 157),
      • Lady Cariah (b. 108), m. Lord Ondros Belmore (b. 105),
      • Theona (b. 110), called the Thrice-widowed, a silent sister,
        • her first husband, {Lord Guston Waynwood} (b. 104), killed by clansmen (d. 129),
        • her second husband, {Ser Humfrey Staedmon} (b. 104), killed in tourney (d. 135),
        • her third husband, {Lord Qarlon Banefort} (b. 105, d. 140),
          • Theona's daughter, Gwyn (b. 140), m. {Ser Deryn Mallister} (b. 135), killed in Dorne (d. 161),
      • his household:
        • Tywell Rowan (b. 154) (see House Tyrell), his ward,
        • Maester Arett (b. 96), counselor, tutor, and healer,
        • Ser Noel Upcliff (b. 113), called Standfast, captain of the guard,
        • Lord Bermar Waxley (b. 96), High Steward of the Vale and castellan of the Gates of the Moon,
        • Ser Larmyn Templeton (b. 106), master-at-arms,
        • Ser Rorick Belmore (b. 142), a household knight,
        • Alina Corbray (b. 144), lady-in-waiting to Lady Lira.