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House Gargalen of Salt Shore

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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 Gargalen from the books.

Family Tree

  • Davit Gargalen (b. 108), Lord of Salt Shore, gravely wounded by assassins in Dorne,
    • his wife, Lady Lilianne of House Dalt (b. 112),
    • their children:
      • Joleta (b. 133), Lord Davit's daughter, heir to Salt Shore, formerly a hostage at the Red Keep, a justiciar at Sunspear (see House Martell, m. Ser Daven Wyl (b. 134),
        • Joleta's daughter, Jocasta Gargalen (b. 165),
        • Joleta's son, Devin Sand (b. 162) (see Mertyns),
        • Joleta's lady-in-waiting, Muriel Santagar (b. 152),
      • Ser Corrent (b. 142), Lord Davit's son, formerly a hostage at the Red Keep, a companion to Prince Cadan Nymeros Martell
    • his siblings:
      • Ser Duran (b. 108), Lord Gargalen's twin, m. Lynette Jordayne (b. 110), wed in a rather hasty ceremony,
        • Duran's son, Ser Griffith (b. 126), m. Izabel Toland (b. 118), once dedicated to the Faith,
          • Griffith's daughter, Glynis (b. 144), twin to Griffin,
          • Griffith's son, Griffin (b. 144), twin to Glynis, paramour of Azalais Dayne (b. 142),
          • Griffith's daughter, {Linette} (b. 146), dead in the cradle (d. 146),
          • Griffith's daughter, Richelle (b. 148),
          • Griffith's son, Ivor (b. 152), a squire,
        • Duran's daughter, Maia (b. 132), a member of the embassy to King's Landing (see House Targaryen),
          • her first husband, {Ser Jehan Santagar} (b. 125, d. 154)
          • her second husband, {Ser Aimery Allyrion} (b. 139), killed at the siege of Godsgrace (d. 157),
      • Lady Milona (b. 113), m. {Lord Gerald Fowler} (b. 111), killed in the Battle of the Rush (d. 157),
      • Ser Elyas (b. 117), a knight not known for ferocity, m. Sybella Dalt (b. 121),
        • Elyas's son, Ser Willum (b. 137), called Wild Will, a famous knight fiercer than his father,
        • Elyas's daughter, Lilah (b. 139), fiercer than her brother, chatelaine to Princess Ariana Martell, m. Ser Torren Blackmont (b.139),
        • Elyas's son, Ser Armand (b. 141),
        • Elyas's daughter, Gileta (b. 142),
    • his aunt, uncles, and cousins:
      • {Ser Gareth} (b. 90), killed while raiding in the Marches (d. 114), m. Soleia Menarios (b. 90), a Volantene noblewoman, long since returned to her kin,
        • Gareth's daughter, Mylene (b. 110), a woman of tempestuous passions, seeking companionship,
          • Mylene's first husband, {Ser Eddard Wells} (b. 94), murdered by his wife's lover (d. 126),
            • Mylene's son, Ser Emery Wells (b. 126), called the Bloody, a man of ill-repute and uncertain paternity, an Yronwood retainer, formerly a rebel in the Red Mountains, m. Seralla (b. 128), an orphan of the Greenblood,
              • Emery's daughter, Clareta Wells (b. 146),
          • Mylene's first paramour, {Ser Desmond Jordayne} (b. 109), beheaded for the murder of Ser Eddard (d. 126),
          • Mylene's second paramour, {Lucas of Godsgrace} (b. 105), a famous singer in his day, dead by his own hand (d. 129),
            • Mylene's bastard daughter, Septa Adrienne (b. 128), said to be serving the gods in penance for her mother's sins,
          • Mylene's second husband, {Ser Cedric Yronwood} (b. 105), killed attempting to escape arrest at the command of the Prince of Dorne (d. 131),
          • Mylene's third husband, {Ser Devon Dalt} (b. 114), a hopeless cuckold, killed by sellswords after a fruitless attempt to found a sellsword company in the Free Cities (d. 140),
          • Mylene's third paramour, Ser Tregar of the Brimstone (b. 109), once a hedge knight in service at Lemonwood,
            • Mylene's bastard son, Ser Merrick Sand (b. 134), whose parentage no one doubts, a palace guard at Sunspear,
          • Mylene's fourth paramour, {Maester Harrald} (b. 112), councillor, healer, and tutor at Lemonwood until executed for oathbreaking (d. 137),
            • Mylene's bastard daughter, Nera Sand (b. 137), promised to the Faith, but soon escaped to a pillow house in Sunspear,
          • Mylene's fourth husband, {Essario Antaryon} (b. 85), a wealthy Braavosi tradesman-captain to begin with, dying in penury (d. 153),
            • Mylene's daughter, Essella Antaryon (b. 142), called Daughter of the Sands, one of Braavos's famed courtesans,
            • Mylene's son, {Rallo Antaryon} (b. 146), drowned in a canal (d. 150),
          • Mylene's fifth paramour, {Gesso Marnel} (b. 120), a waterdancer and First Sword to the Sealord of Braavos, killed in a duel by his eventual successor (d. 154),
        • Gareth's son, Ser Gorian (b. 112), captain of guards at Salt Shore, m. {Marietta Blackmont} (b. 117), dead in childbed (d. 145),
          • Gorian's daughter, Julianna (b. 139), betrothed to {Ser Jerome Wyl} (b. 136), killed at the siege of Wyl (d. 157),
          • Gorian's daughter, Isabella (b. 141),
          • Gorian's son, Ser Owen (b. 143),
          • {A stillborn daughter},
      • {Daleria} (b. 100, d. 154), m. Ser Ballard Allyrion (b.99), heir to Godsgrace until he attempted to kill her for proving barren,
      • {Ser Tomas} (b. 102), killed at the Battle of the Rush (d. 157), m. Ricassa Vaith (b. 104),
        • Tomas's son, {Ser Godry} (b. 120), captain of guards at Sunspear, killed in battle by Ser Galfrid Velaryon (d. 158),
        • Tomas's daughter, Claire (b. 125), m. Ser Gascoyne Qorgyle (b. 123),
        • Tomas's son, Ser Alben (b. 130), captured early in the war and ransomed at its end, m. Nyssa Wells (b. 138),
        • Tomas's son, {Ser Wendel} (b. 132), killed at the second battle of the Planky Town (d. 157),
        • Tomas's son, Ser Edryck (b. 136),
        • Tomas's daughter, Serene (b. 139), devoted to the Faith but unsure of her calling,
        • Tomas's daughter, Malia (b. 141), m. Ser Cullen Manwoody (b. 138),