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House Costayne of the Three Towers

Quartered: a silver chalice on black, a black rose on yellow

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 Costayne from the books.

Family Tree

  • Arwood Costayne (b. 128), Lord of Three Towers,
    • his wife, Lady Ammara of House Mooton (b. 126),
    • their children:
      • Haston (b. 148), heir to Three Towers, squire to Ser Albyn Crane, betrothed to Shaella Buckwell (b. 147),
      • Mesella (b. 149), betrothed to Ormory Rosby (b. 146),
      • Daena (b. 154),
    • his siblings:
      • Ser Dareon (b. 129), called the Daring, m. Maella Buckler (b. 131),
        • {Numerous miscarriages and stillbirths},
      • Lady Amyria (b. 131), m. Lord Olys Grimm (b. 106),
      • Lady Annet (b. 134), m. Lord Lyonel Tyrell (b. 130),
      • his bastard half-brother, Ser Endran Flowers (b. 137), called the Bastard of Three Towers, captain of the guard,
      • his bastard half-sister, Annys Flowers (b. 140), m. {Ser Ganwell Inchfield} (b. 132), killed in Dorne (d. 158),
    • his father, {Lord Jonel} (b. 107), killed at the Battle of Hellholt (d. 157),
    • his mother, {Lady Dalla} of House Crane (b. 108, d. 134),
    • his aunts, uncle, and cousins:
      • {Lady Alyna} (b. 106), called the Black Rose, dead by her own hand (d. 128), m. {Ser Daryl Bulwer} (b. 102), called the Bull of Blackcrown, once a lord, a member of the Kingsguard killed by Ser Reynard Caron in the Dance of the Dragons (d. 131),
      • Ser Ferris (b. 110), m. Edrene Ashford (b. 110),
        • Ferris's daughter, Septa Melina (b. 131),
        • Ferris's daughter, Ellen (b. 134), m. {Ser Alyn Waynwood} (b. 134), killed in Dorne (d. 157),
        • Ferris's son, Ser Hurin (b. 138), a member of the embassy to Sunspear (see House Martell),
        • Ferris's son, Aros (b. 140), a builder on the Wall,
      • Septa Lerra (b. 114), serving at the motherhouse in Lannisport,
    • his household:
      • Jon Hightower (b. 152), a page,
      • Ser Endran Flowers (b. 137), his bastard half-brother, called the Bastard of Three Towers, captain of the guard.