Humfrey Beesbury, by Even Mehl Amundsen ©
|Died||In 209 AC, Ashford|
|Spouse||Sister of Humfrey Hardyng|
|Book||The Hedge Knight (appears)|
Ser Humfrey participated in the tourney at Ashford Meadow in 209 AC. He jousted against his brother-in-law, Ser Humfrey Hardyng. They broke twelve lances in what was considered the best fought battle of the day, which the smallfolk soon began calling "the Battle of Humfrey". Humfrey Hardyng won the struggle and remained in the competition as a champion.