Blood of Dragons

The 'A Song of Ice and Fire' MUSH


House Ryger of Willow Wood

A weeping willow, green on white

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 Ryger from the books.

Family Tree

  • Terin Ryger (b. 117), Lord of Willow Wood, master of laws,
    • his wife, Lady Philena of House Lydden (b. 121),
    • their children:
      • Idera (b. 138), m. {Ser Walder Frey} (b. 135), heir to the Twins, one of the Twins of the Crossing, killed in a valiant charge at Salt Shore (d. 161),
      • Ser Willard (b. 141), heir to Willow Wood, a member of the Company of Lances, m. Andrya Tully (b. 142),
        • his squire, Tymos Westerling (b. 147),
        • his former squire, Ser Kennard Melcolm (b. 141), called Kegs,
        • his servant, Pate (b. 126), called Teak for the color of his eyes, as some claim, though others say otherwise,
      • Lady Halanna (b. 142), m. Lord Kennoth Bracken, Lord of Stone Hedge,
      • Ser Merett (b. 144),
      • {Brandon} (b. 150), died in the cradle (d. 150),
      • Garyn (b. 153), a squire,
    • his siblings:
      • Elyria (b. 120), m. Ser Tristifer Keath (b. 114), captain of the guard,
        • Elyria's son, Ser Cleyson Keath (b. 139), captain of the guard at the Antlers (see House Buckwell),
        • Elyria's daughter, Amane Keath (b. 142),
        • Elyria's twin daughters, {Helmiona} and {Delmiona} (b. 147), born blind and deaf and died young (d. 150),
        • Elyria's bastard daughter, Damina Rivers (b. 134), lady-in-waiting at Stokeworth, by Beslon Smallwood, (b. 115), called the Bad, captain of the Bright Banners, a sellsword company from the east, castellan of Vaith, betrayed and executed (d. 161),
      • Lady Tilly (b. 123),
        • her children by her first husband, {Lord Jeffroy Serry} (b. 114, d. 146),
        • her children by her second husband, Lord Cavan Ryswell (b. 115),
      • Alarra (b. 127), m. {Ser Nicol Beesbury} (b. 129), a famed knight dead in the Dornish desert (d. 157),
      • Ser Roger (b. 130), a great knight, m. Rolessa Melcolm (b. 132),
      • his bastard half-brother, Ser Kedge Rivers (b. 114), called the Bastard of Willow Wood,
    • his uncles and cousins:
      • {Ser Ryan} (b. 104), killed in the Dance of the Dragons (d. 129), m. {Rolenna Pryor} (b. 105, d. 144),
        • Ryan's son, Ser Raymar (b. 129), m. Rowena Toyne (b. 133),
          • Raymar's daughter, Tessa (b. 150),
          • Raymar's daughter, Sabrina (b. 152), m. Ser Milo Santagar (b. 148),
          • Raymar's daughter, {Myra} (b. 153, d. 156),
          • Raymar's son, Hubert (b. 156),
      • {Ser Jeron} (b. 107), killed in Dorne (d. 158), m. Tysane Selmy (b. 112),
        • Jeron's son, {Ser Danwell} (b. 129), killed in Dorne (d. 157), m. Dian Mallister (b. 132),
          • Danwell's daughter, Kelarra (b. 149),
          • Danwell's son, Athos (b. 151), squire to Ser Tarell Darklyn (b. 143), heir to Duskendale,
          • Danwell's daughter, Saranna (b. 154),
        • Jeron's son, Ser Andram (b. 133),
        • Jeron's daughter, Megan (b. 140),
    • his household:
      • Ser Kedge Rivers (b. 114), the Bastard of Willow Wood, master-at-arms,
      • Ser Tristifer Keath (b. 114), his good-brother, captain of the guard.