Beesbury sits next to the Honeywine river, which flows towards Oldtown and the Whispering Sound. The only male members of the house to appear or be mentioned includes Ser Humfrey, a knight who performed marvellously against Ser Humfrey Hardyng (his brother by marriage) in a tourney at Ashford during the reign of King Daeron II, a fat knight named Ser Bertram encountered at a village, and Lord Warryn, the head of the house in the year 300.
Beony Beesbury is wife to Ser Raymund, a son of Lord Walder Frey, while Lady Alys Beesbury is married to Ser Leo Tyrell who is a cousin of to the main branch of the Tyrells. Their motto is, “Beware Our Sting.”
Ser Humfrey Beesbury was killed in defense of the accused hedge knight, Ser Duncan the Tall, in the trial of seven at Ashford. The Beesbury’s were among those houses of the Reach who supported King Renly Baratheon, but their status after his death is unknown.