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House Crakehall of Crakehall

A black and white brindled boar on brown

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 Crakehall from the books.

Family Tree

  • Jonos Crakehall (b. 85), Lord of Crakehall,
    • his wife, {Lady Myrren} of House Selmy (b. 89, d. 147),
    • their children:
      • {Ser Jothor} (b. 107), killed in Dorne (d. 157), m. Tanera Florent (b. 112),
        • Jothor's daughter, Mendre (b. 129), m. {Ser Robert Farman} (b. 127), a famous knight killed in Dorne (d. 157),
        • Jothor's son, Ser Burton (b. 131), heir to Crakehall, the King's Scales, m. Mylana Prester (b. 133),
          • Burton's son, Garen (b. 151), squire to Ser Victor Reyne , betrothed to Lyria Baratheon (b. 155),
          • Burton's daughter, Damylla (b. 153),
          • Burton's daughter, {Bryssa} (b. 155), died of illness (d. 157),
          • Burton's squire, Orrald Hawick (b. 151), heir to Saltpans,
        • Jothor's son, {Ser Sumner} (b. 134), killed in Dorne (d. 157), betrothed to Orene Lefford (b. 137),
        • Jothor's daughter, Amella (b. 140), betrothed to Ser Wendel Reyne (b. 134),
        • Jothor's daughter, Cenlia (b. 144), betrothed to Barion Smallwood (b. 146), heir to Acorn Hall,
        • Jothor's son, Allen (b. 148), a novice of the Faith at the Starry Sept in Oldtown,
      • Kennet (b. 111), Steward of Casterly Rock, m. Balissa Roote (b. 115),
        • Kennet's son, Ser Elmer (b. 137), captain of the guard at Casterly Rock (see House Lannister), m. Fiona Reyne (b. 142),
          • Elmer's son, Bertrand (b. 163),
        • Kennet's daughter, {Kellyn} (b. 140), lady-in-waiting to Princess Rhaena Targaryen, found murdered in an alleyway in King's Landing, m. Ser Jonn Lannister (b. 140),
        • Kennet's daughter, Myerna (b. 142),
        • Kennet's son, {Symond} (b. 144), a squire killed in Dorne (d. 157),
        • Kennet's son, Rosman (b. 149), a novice of the Faith,
      • Olenei (b. 116), m. {Ser Damond Darklyn} (b. 111), once master of coin, killed by a piece of falling masonry (d. 145),
      • {Ser Carson} (b. 120), a ranger on the Wall killed by wildlings (d. 151),
        • Carson's bastard son, Ser Corson Hill (b. 137), who won his knighthood during the Conquest, a wine factor at King's Landing,
    • his siblings:
      • {Aleyne} (b. 91, d. 148), m. {Ser Barin Rogers} (b. 89, d. 155),
      • {Ser Clarent} (b. 95), the Boar of Crakehall, killed in the Dance of the Dragons (d. 131), m. Corianne Stackspear (b. 100),
        • Enrion's son, Ser Arram (b. 120), master-at-arms of Greyshield, m. Nyrise Grimm (b. 120),
          • Arram's son, Ser Jorian (b. 141), captain of the royal gallery Warrior's Sword and assistant to the royal fleet's quartermaster (see Targaryen),
            • Jorian's squire, Edgar Brune (b. 149),
          • Arram's daughter, Beryssa (b. 143),
          • Arram's son, Ser Andrew (b. 145),
        • Enrion's daughter, Salya (b. 129), m. Ser Morrick Grafton (b. 130),
    • his household:
      • Erron Smallwood(b. 149), Lord Jonos's squire,