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House Rosby

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House Rosby of Rosby
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Coat of arms Ermine, three chevronels gules
Seat Rosby
Current Lord Gyles Rosby
Region the Crownlands
Title Lord of Rosby
Overlord House Baratheon of King's Landing

House Rosby of Rosby is a noble house from the Crownlands.[1] They rule the castle of Rosby and its village,[2] which are located just northeast of King's Landing.[3] The Rosbys are not known for their robustness, tending to be sickly persons.[4]

Their blazon consists into three red chevronels on ermine.[2][5] Their motto is not mentioned in the books.

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History

House Rosby was one of the first houses to yield peacefully to Aegon the Conqueror when he invaded Westeros in his War of Conquest.

When Lord Bloodraven marched on Whitewalls to quash the Second Blackfyre Rebellion, among the houses who came in support was House Rosby.[6]

Lord Gyles Rosby was among those offered as possible matches by Prince Doran Martell to his daughter Arianne.

Recent Events

A Clash of Kings

Lord Gyles Rosby is frequently seen in the court of King's Landing, always coughing. He conspires with Cersei Lannister to take Prince Tommen Baratheon out of the city and keep him safe at Rosby disguised as a page. Tyrion Lannister considers Gyles "too sickly to run and too craven to fight". Jacelyn Bywater lays a trap along the Rosby road, and Gyles is captured, along with Tommen and his guard. While Tommen is held under house arrest by Tyrion's men instead of Cersei's at Rosby, Ser Boros Blount is imprisoned in its dungeon.[7]

A Storm of Swords

Lord Gyles is among the gathered nobility to welcome the Dornish party, headed by Prince Oberyn Martell, to King's Landing.

Gyles testifies at Tyrion's trial for the death of King Joffrey Baratheon at his wedding feast, stating that he had seen him filling Joffrey's wedding chalice.

A Feast for Crows

Lord Gyles is named master of coin (under the title of lord treasurer) by Queen Regent Cersei. He promises Cersei that he will have a statue made of the deceased Lord Tywin Lannister to be placed by the Lion Gate in King's Landing. Gyles attends the wedding of King Tommen Baratheon and Margaery Tyrell.

The ward of Lord Gyles Rosby refuses Lady Falyse Stokeworth and her husband Ser Balman Byrch shelter at Rosby when they are on their way to King's Landing. According to Falyse Stokeworth, should Lord Gyles die, Rosby should come to House Stokeworth, since Lady Tanda Stokeworth was an aunt to Lord Gyles's second wife and is a third cousin herself.

Lord Gyles dies at King's Landing from his cough. He has no immediate heir, but his ward, who is not of his blood, has a claim on Rosby.

A Dance with Dragons

When the issue of succession at Rosby is raised at the small council, Grand Maester Pycelle states there are six claimants. However, Ser Kevan Lannister tables the issue.[8]

House Rosby at the end of the third century

The known Rosbys during the timespan of the events described in A Song of Ice and Fire are:

With unknown familiar relationship with the main branch, other Rosbys include:

Household

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