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House Targaryen of King's Landing

A red three-headed dragon, breathing flame on black (© RMB)

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 Targaryen from the books.

Family Tree

  • Baelor Targaryen (b. 144), the First of His Name, King of the Andals and the Rhoynar and the First Men, Lord of the Seven Kingdoms and Protector of the Realm,
    • his siblings:
      • {King Daeron} (b. 143), the First of His Name, called the Young Dragon, murdered at a parley by treacherous Dornish rebels (d. 161),
      • Princess Daena (b. 145), once married to her brother King Baelor Targaryen, now confined to the Maidenvault with her sisters,
      • Princess Rhaena (b. 147), confined to the Maidenvault with her sisters, formerly betrothed to {Ferro Antaryon} (b.126), the Sealord of Braavos, a great admiral, dead under mysterious circumstances (d.161),
      • Princess Elaena (b. 150), confined to the Maidenvault with her sisters,
      • his father, {King Aegon}, the Third of His Name, called the Dragonbane (d. 157),
      • his deceased mother, of House Velaryon,
      • his uncle and cousins:
        • Prince Viserys (b. 122), the Hand of the King,
          • Viserys's son, Prince Aegon (b. 136), currently emissary to Braavos (see Denizens of Braavos), m. Princess Naerys Targaryen, his sister,
            • their son, Prince Daeron (b. 153), called Little Daeron, betrothed to Princess Mariah Martell (b. 150),
            • a companion, Ser Myles Hightower (b. 138),
            • {A miscarriage}
          • Viserys's son, Prince Aemon (b. 137), far-famed, called the Dragonknight, Lord Commander of the Kingsguard,
          • Viserys's daughter, Princess Naerys (b. 139), m. Prince Aegon Targaryen, her brother,
            • Naerys's lady companions:
              • Reyna Saltcliffe (b. 140), called the Silver Rose, Mistress of Keys for Naerys's household,
              • Orene Lefford (b. 137),
              • Fiona Reyne (b. 142),
              • Jyana Arryn (b. 142),
              • Nessa Donniger (b. 129), a childless widow,
            • (See Prince Aegon),
          • his household retainers:
            • Ser Jarwen Hollard (b. 135), a household knight,
            • Ser Blayne Condon (b. 132), a household knight,
      • his cousin, Alyn Velaryon (b. 116), a famous captain and hero of the Conquest of Dorne, called Oakenfist, the Master of Ships,
      • his small council:
        • Grand Maester Clement (b. 89), of House Risley,
        • Beron Buckwell (b. 127), master of coin,
        • Lord Alyn Velaryon (b. 116), called Oakenfist, master of ships,
        • Lord Terin Ryger (b. 117), master of laws,
        • Prince Aemon Targaryen (b. 137), far-famed, called the Dragonknight, Lord Commander of the Kingsguard,
        • Preston Wayn (b. 97), called the Lame, master of whisperers,
      • his Kingsguard:
        • Prince Aemon Targaryen (b. 137), far-famed, called the Dragonknight, Lord Commander of the Kingsguard,
        • Ser Aleyn Florent (b. 108), a famous jouster, called Foxglove,
        • Ser Kenric Darry (b. 132),
        • Ser Jaesin Lannister (b. 137), a knight of splendid repute,
        • Ser Galfrid Velaryon (b.125 ), a hero of the Dornish Conquest,
        • Ser Sorin of Sevenstreams (b. 136), once a hedge knight,
        • {Ser Osbert Bettley} (b. 123), murdered with his king by Dornish rebels (d. 161),
        • {Ser Joffrey Staunton} (b. 119), killed before Ghost Hill (d. 157),
        • {Ser Olyvar Oakheart}, called the Green Oak (b. 131), murdered with his king by Dornish rebels (d. 161),
        • {Ser Raynard Caron} (b. 103), Lord Commander of the Kingsguard, murdered with his king by Dornish rebels (d. 161),
        • {Ser Halbert Cordwayner} (b. 114), called the Anvil of Hammerhal, disgraced in Dorne, vanished from court and rumored to have drowned himself in the Blackwater,
      • Royal companions to the princesses in the Maidenvault:
      • his court and retainers:
        • Ser Crispin Donniger (b. 103), the King's Justice, a headsman,
        • Ser Dagur Saltcliffe (b. 139), called the Iron Serpent, Warden of Crackclaw Point,
          • Ser Willard Ryger (b. 141), heir to Willow Wood, Deputy Warden of Crackclaw Point,
          • Ser Jorian Crakehall (b. 141), an officer of the warden, his liason with the royal fleet,
          • Ser Alyard Corbray (b. 132), a famous knight, an officer of the warden,
          • Ser Ammon Massey (b. 136), Deputy Warden of Crackclaw Point,
          • Ser Eon Hunter (b. 142), an officer of the warden, notary of the company,
        • {Ser Richard Harte} (b. 96), formerly commander of the City Watch of King's Landing, removed in disgrace following the Dornish Bread Riot, now commander once again, killed in battle (d. 165),
        • Ser Harstyn Tully (b. 130), harbormaster of King's Landing,
        • {Ser William Waxley} (b. 119), royal steward, dead of the bloody flux in the Boneway (d. 161),
        • Ser Conrad Arryn (b. 130), royal steward, formerly Knight of the Bloody Gate,
        • Ser Janden Melcolm (b. 140), called Swiftspur, Master of Horse,
        • Tall Tom (b. 120), a dwarfen jester and fool,
        • Ser Marq Errol (b. 142), the king's former squire, knighted by his own hand, now a battle companion,
        • Ser Burton Crakehall (b. 131), heir to Crakehall, the King's Scales,
        • Lord Allos Swann (b. 120), Lord of Stonehelm, the King's Counter,
        • Ser Denys Bolling (b. 113), master-at-arms, m. Tylarra Beesbury (b. 115),
          • Denys's son, Ser Eben (b. 133), an officer of the City Watch of King's Landing, m. Lynett Storm (b. 130), (see House Baratheon),
          • Denys's daughter, Malla (b. 137), m. {Ser Chayle Donniger} (b. 125, d. 158),
          • Denys's son, Calard (b. 142), a novice at the Citadel,
        • {Ser Jerome Cargyll} (b. 135, d. 157), son of Lord Barent and friend of Ser Alyn, made castellan of Ghost Hill, where he died (d. 157),
        • Ser Stevyn Locke (b. 129), called Winterfast, a hero of the Dornish conquest, one of the royal justiciars (d. 129),
        • Ser Anton Piper (b. 138), commander of the Lion Gate,
        • Ser Alek Reyne (b. 117), commander of the Iron Gate,
        • Ser Dennis Lannister (b. 123), commander of the Gate of the Gods,
        • Ser Luthor Rivers (b. 312) (see House Smallwood), commander of the River Gate,
        • Valena Rambton (b. 124), tutor to the royal princesses,
        • Elroy Lychester (b. 137), assistant keeper of the king's mews,
        • Ser Rance Hayford (b. 135), an officer of the royal mint of King's Landing, m. Jenette Celtigar (b. 137),
        • Ser Jan Marbrand (b. 140) (b. 136), Warden of the Kingswood,
          • Ser Endros Buckler (b. 135), Deputy Warden of the Kingswood,
          • Ser Cleyton Waxley (b. 141), Deputy Warden of the Kingswood,
          • Ser Jamos Smallwood (b. 127), an officer of the Kingswood,
          • Ser Dermett Corbray (b. 142), an officer of the Kingswood,
          • Ser Josmyn Reyne (b. 138), an officer of the Kingswood,
          • Ser Orson Baratheon (b. 130), an officer of the Kingswood,
          • Ser Axell Farman (b. 137), an officer of the Kingswood,
        • Ser Sarmion Baratheon (b. 123), called the Stormbreaker, commander of the Sea Watch of King's Landing,
        • Ser Brynden Tully (b. 140), Captain of the Eye of the Storm, officer of the Sea Watch,
        • Ser Victor Reyne (b. 131), heir to Castamere, officer of the Sea Watch,
      • The Embassy from Dorne:
        • Ser Perrin Blackmont (b. 121), former Keeper of the Sandship, chief emissary,
        • Lord Orlyn Jordayne (b. 116), Lord of the Tor, emissary,
        • Ser Dinias Dalt (b. ), the Knight of Lemonwood, emissary,
        • Maia Gargalen (b. 132), a member of the embassy,
        • Ser Aidan Dayne (b. 140), called the Knight of the Twilight, once a hostage of the Red Keep, now captain of the embassy's guard,
          • Aidan's squire, Prince Maron Nymeros Martell (b. 152), heir to Sunspear, also a member of the embassy,
          • Aidan's page, Lewyn Sand (b. 153),
        • Ser Aubry Allyrion (b. 139), a member of the embassy,
      • The Embassy from the Iron Islands:
        • Eurik Greyjoy (b. 116), Lord Captain of the Iron Fleet, captain of the Blood-drunk, chief emissary,
        • Greydon Greyjoy (b. 142), member of the embassy,
        • Rafe Botley (b. 138), heir to Lordsport, captain of the Sea Horse, emissary,
        • Tormund Stonetree (b. 115), called Bloodaxe, master-at-arms at Pyke, a member of the embassy,
      • people in King's Landing:
        • Septon Bronner (b.111), a septon at the royal sept,
        • Jyck (b. 123), an armorer,
        • Symona Bywater (b. 130), a seamstress,
        • {Sharla} (b. 130, d. 163), a former whore, murdered by one of her former clients, Ser Quenton Rosby,
        • Savario (b. 116), a merchant from Pentos and the captain of the Foreign Mistress,
        • Tynara Willum (b. 142), a young noblewoman at court,
        • Dusty (b. 150), a Flea Bottom street urchin,
        • Ser Hyle Harte (b. 117), an officer of the City Watch,
        • Ser Trebor Thorne (b. 126), an officer of the City Watch,
        • Ser Ryckon Westerling (b. 147), an officer of the City Watch, commander of the Dragon Gate,
        • Ser Kennard Melcolm (b. 141), an officer of the City Watch,
        • Ser Jorian Crakehall (b. 141), captain of the royal galley Warrior's Sword and assistant to the quartermaster of the royal fleet,
        • Lord Justyn Serry (b. 140), Lord of Southshield, Captain of the Southron Rose, assistant to the master of ships,
        • Ser Renys Serry (b. 138), second of the Southron Rose, officer of the royal fleet,
        • Ser Sherett Follard (b. 132), an officer of the City Watch, m. Leonylla Buckwell (b. 137),
          • Sherett's son, Willas (b. 160),
      • Outlaws of the Kingswood:
        • {Starion Flowers} (b. 127), called the Starveling, a notorious outlaw captured and held prisoner, now executed (d. 162) (see House Beesbury),
        • Bors Breakhelm, {Urick Strongbear} (d. 162), and Wat the Strangler.