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[[Roose Bolton]] mentions that his son [[Domeric Bolton|Domeric]] served as a squire for Lord Redfort for three years before returning back to the [[Dreadfort]]. Lord Redfort had apparently a high opinion of Domeric thinking the lad had the making of a tournament champion and Domeric had enjoyed the company of Redforts sons and came to regard them with brotherly affection. <ref>[[A Dance with Dragons]], [[Reek III (A Dance with Dragons)|Chapter 32 - Reek III]], pages 430-431</ref>}}
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[[Roose Bolton]] mentions that his son [[Domeric Bolton|Domeric]] served as a squire for Lord Redfort for three years before returning back to the [[Dreadfort]]. Lord Redfort had apparently a high opinion of Domeric thinking the lad had the making of a tournament champion and Domeric had enjoyed the company of Redforts sons and came to regard them with brotherly affection. <ref>[[A Dance with Dragons]], [[Reek III (A Dance with Dragons)|Chapter 32 - Reek III]], pages 430-431</ref>
  
 
==References and Notes==
 
==References and Notes==

Revision as of 23:23, 10 November 2012

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Horton Redfort
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Title Lord of Redfort
Allegiance House Redfort
Lords Declarant
Book(s) A Storm of Swords (Mentioned)
A Feast for Crows (Appears)
A Dance with Dragons (Mentioned)

Lord Horton Redfort is the Lord of Redfort. He has been married three times.[1] He has four sons Jasper, Creighton, Jon and Mychel.

Appearance

He is a short, old man with a well kept beard and mild eyes.[2]

Recent Events

A Storm of Swords

Lord Horton is referred to as a "dangerous man" and a possible suitor for Lady Lysa Tully.[3]

A Feast for Crows

Lord Horton is one the lords who joined with Lord Yohn Royce to try and depose Littlefinger.[4] When the Lords Declarant come to parley with Littlefinger, Lord Horton is too old to make the climb so he ascends to the Eyrie in the basket.[5] He forced his youngest son, Mychel Redfort, to marry Ysilla Royce, the daughter of Yohn Royce.[6]

A Dance with Dragons

Roose Bolton mentions that his son Domeric served as a squire for Lord Redfort for three years before returning back to the Dreadfort. Lord Redfort had apparently a high opinion of Domeric thinking the lad had the making of a tournament champion and Domeric had enjoyed the company of Redforts sons and came to regard them with brotherly affection. [7]

References and Notes