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Title Lord of Greenstone [1]
Allegiance House Estermont
Culture Stormlands
Born In +/- 230 AC
Spouse Sylva Santagar
Book(s) A Clash of Kings (Mentioned)
A Storm of Swords (Mentioned)
A Feast for Crows (Mentioned)

Eldon Estermont is a knight from House Estermont. He is around seventy years old.[1] Due to contradictory information about the Estermonts, Eldon may be Lord of Greenstone in A Clash of Kings.[2] He is conclusively Lord of Greenstone in A Feast for Crows.[1]

Recent Events

A Clash of Kings

At the onset of the War of the Five Kings, Eldon supports King Renly Baratheon.[3] After Renly's death, he goes over to Stannis Baratheon and fights in the Battle of the Blackwater.

A Storm of Swords

Following the defeat at the Blackwater, Eldon is either captured or changes sides and is among the Estermonts who swear fealty to King Joffrey Baratheon.[4]

A Feast for Crows

Lord Eldon is betrothed and married to Sylva Santagar very quickly.[1]


There were great lords and noble knights in that company too: sour old Lord Celtigar, the Red Crab; Ser Bonifer the Good; Lord Estermont, more ancient even than Celtigar ...[5]

- thoughts of Sansa Stark


The Appendix of A Feast for Crows states Eldon is the uncle of Stannis Baratheon, the father of Aemon Estermont, and the brother of Lomas Estermont. However, the Appendix of A Dance with Dragons states Eldon is the great-uncle of Stannis and has two sons, Aemon and Lomas. See House Estermont/Theories.

References and Notes