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House Melcolm of Old Anchor

A rusty anchor on turquoise beneath yellow chief with three blue plates

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 Melcolm from the books.

Family Tree

  • Jeron Melcolm (b. 110), Lord of Old Anchor,
    • his first wife, {Lady Mayne} of House Waynwood (b. 113), killed by the bloody flux (d. 138),
      • his son, Ser Baran (b. 130), heir to Old Anchor, m. Meryne Egen (b. 135),
      • his daughter, Rolessa (b. 132), m. Ser Roger Ryger (b. 130), a great knight,
      • his son, Ser Dorik (b. 135), m. Syldia Crane (b. 138),
        • Dorik's son, Allon (b. 155),
    • his second wife, Lady Hemona of House Swyft (b. 122),
      • his son, Ser Janden (b. 140), called Swiftspur, Master of Horse at the Red Keep (see House Targaryen), betrothed to Olianne Rosby (b. 143),
      • his daughter, Mara (b. 146), betrothed to Cortnay Grafton (b. 148), heir to Gulltown, and lady-in-waiting to Lady Katla Serry,
      • his son, Deros (b. 150), born with a crooked back, a novice of the Faith,
    • his bastard son, Ser Waltyr Stone (b. 129), called the Bastard of Old Anchor, captain of the guard at Gulltown (see House Grafton),
    • his siblings:
      • Nynia (b. 110), his twin sister, m. {Ser Tymos Rogers} (b. 107), slain by Ser Colton Buckler (d. 153),
      • Barra (b. 112), m. {Ser Pearse Dondarrion} (b. 110), killed in Dorne (d. 157),
      • Ser Daston (b. 114), master-at-arms at Saltpans (see House Hawick),
      • Janyra (b. 117), m. Ser Gyles Roote (b. 118), castellan of Lord Harroway's Town,
    • his aunt, uncle, and cousins:
      • {Elyra} (b. 83, d. 133), m. Ser Edmore Coldwater (b. 80),
      • Ser Arran (b. 88), commander of Old Anchor's sea watch, captain of the war galley Thunderbolt, m. Edmyne Hunter (b. 94),
        • Arran's daughter, Jacene (b. 113), a lackwit,
        • Arran's daughter, Elenei (b. 117), a rare beauty, kidnapped at sea by a Free Cities pirate (132), fate unknown,
        • Arran's son, Arlyn (b. 121), a drunkard and a shame to his family, m. Nendrei Lolliston (b. 124),
          • Arlyn's son, Ser Kennard (b. 141), called Kegs by his friends, as fond of drink as his father but twice as large, an officer of the City Watch of King's Landing,
          • Arlyn's daughter, Bellara, (b. 144),
          • Arlyn's bastard son, Ser Peron Stone (b. 137), called the Pious, a fierce warrior,
        • Arran's son, {Ser Jaymar} (b. 124), killed in Dorne (d. 158), m. Damana Templeton (b. 125),
          • Jaymar's son, Ser Daman (b. 144),
    • his household:
      • Maester Lytheon (b. 100), counselor, tutor, and healer,
      • Ser Dalwyn Moore (b. 113), master-at-arms,
      • Ser Berion Borrell (b. 128), captain of the guard.