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King '''Jon Stark''' was [[King in the North]] and head of [[House Stark]] before the [[War of Conquest]]. His son, [[Rickard Stark (King)|Rickard]], followed him on the throne and annexed [[the Neck]] to the Kingdom of the [[North]].
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'''Jon Stark''' was a [[King in the North]] and head of [[House Stark]] before the [[War of Conquest]]. There is a statue of Jon within the [[crypt of Winterfell]].{{ref|AGOT|66}}
  
 
==History==
 
==History==
When sea raiders landed in the east, he drove them out and built the castle [[Wolf's Den]] at the mouth of the [[White Knife]], so as to be able to defend the mouth of the river.<ref>[[A Game of Thrones]], [[A Game of Thrones-Chapter 66|Chapter 66]], Bran</ref>
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When sea raiders landed in the east, Jon drove them out and built a castle, the [[Wolf's Den]], at the mouth of the [[White Knife]], so as to be able to defend the mouth of the river.{{ref|AGOT|66}}{{ref|ADWD|29}} His son, [[Rickard Stark (king)|Rickard]], followed him on the throne and annexed the [[Neck]] to the [[north]].{{ref|AGOT|66}}
  
 
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Title King in the North
Allegiance House Stark
Book(s) A Game of Thrones (mentioned)
The World of Ice and Fire (mentioned)

Jon Stark was a King in the North and head of House Stark before the War of Conquest. There is a statue of Jon within the crypt of Winterfell.[1]

History

When sea raiders landed in the east, Jon drove them out and built a castle, the Wolf's Den, at the mouth of the White Knife, so as to be able to defend the mouth of the river.[1][2] His son, Rickard, followed him on the throne and annexed the Neck to the north.[1]

References and Notes