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'''House Waxley of Wickenden''' is a house from the Vale sworn to the [[House Arryn|Arryns]].
 
  
Their arms are three candles, white with red flames, within silver candle holders on a grey field bordered in black.
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'''House Waxley of Wickenden''' is a noble house from the [[Vale]] sworn to the [[House Arryn|Arryns]].
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According to semi-canon sources they blazon their arms with three candles, white with red flames, within silver candle holders on a grey field bordered in black.<ref>The Citadel. Heraldry: [http://www.westeros.org/Citadel/Heraldry/Houses/5/ Houses in the Vale]</ref>
  
 
There are two mentions to a "Lord Waxley" during [[A Feast for Crows]]. Whether it is meant to exist a noble branch of House Waxley or this is a mistake remains unknown.
 
There are two mentions to a "Lord Waxley" during [[A Feast for Crows]]. Whether it is meant to exist a noble branch of House Waxley or this is a mistake remains unknown.
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==The Waxley House at the end of the third century==
 
==The Waxley House at the end of the third century==
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The known Waxleys during the timespan of the events described on [[A Song of Ice and Fire]] are:
  
The known Waxleys during the timespan of the events described on [[A Song of Ice and Fire]] are:
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* Ser [[Edmund Waxley]], the Knight of Wickenden.
*Ser [[Edmund Waxley]], the Knight of Wickenden.
 
  
 
==References in the books==
 
==References in the books==
 
===A Song of Ice and Fire===
 
===A Song of Ice and Fire===
*A knight dressed with the arms of House Waxley accompanies [[Nestor Royce]] to interrogate Alayne after [[Lysa Tully]]'s death.
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* A knight dressed with the arms of House Waxley accompanies [[Nestor Royce]] to interrogate Alayne after [[Lysa Tully]]'s death.
*Some Lord Waxley had been an attendant of [[Lysa Tully|Lady Lysa]], and gave her scented beeswax candles as a present.
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* Some Lord Waxley had been an attendant of [[Lysa Tully|Lady Lysa]], and gave her scented beeswax candles as a present.
*Some Lord Waxley attended at Lord [[Lyonel Corbray]]'s wedding, which the [[Lords Declarant]] shunned.
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* Some Lord Waxley attended at Lord [[Lyonel Corbray]]'s wedding, which the [[Lords Declarant]] shunned.
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==References and Notes==
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Revision as of 12:22, 23 August 2010

House Waxley of Wickenden
Coat of arms three candles, white with red flames, within silver candle holders on a grey field bordered in black
Seat Wickenden
Lord Ser Edmund Waxley
Region The Vale
Title The Knight of Wickenden
Overlord House Arryn

House Waxley of Wickenden is a noble house from the Vale sworn to the Arryns.

According to semi-canon sources they blazon their arms with three candles, white with red flames, within silver candle holders on a grey field bordered in black.[1]

There are two mentions to a "Lord Waxley" during A Feast for Crows. Whether it is meant to exist a noble branch of House Waxley or this is a mistake remains unknown.


The Waxley House at the end of the third century

The known Waxleys during the timespan of the events described on A Song of Ice and Fire are:

References in the books

A Song of Ice and Fire

  • A knight dressed with the arms of House Waxley accompanies Nestor Royce to interrogate Alayne after Lysa Tully's death.
  • Some Lord Waxley had been an attendant of Lady Lysa, and gave her scented beeswax candles as a present.
  • Some Lord Waxley attended at Lord Lyonel Corbray's wedding, which the Lords Declarant shunned.

References and Notes

  1. The Citadel. Heraldry: Houses in the Vale