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Previous House Heads
The origin of this branch of House Fossoway is from 209 AC, when Raymun Fossoway took different side than his cousin Ser Steffon, the Knight of Cider Hall, in a trial of seven at Ashford Meadow.
Ser Raymon Fossoway
Raymon Fossoway took different side than his cousin Ser Steffon, the Knight of Cider Hall, in a trial of seven at Ashford Meadow.
Raymon, who was knighted minutes before the battle by Ser Lyonel Baratheon, fought for his friend Ser Duncan the Tall. To differentiate himself from his cousin fighting for the other side, he painted the apple on his shield in green, playing at Steffon's oft-repeated jape that he was "still green", Raymon stated that he preferred to be green than rotten.
Raymon expanded the power of his house with marriages and expanding his lands under House Peake, eventually overtrowing them.
The rivalry between the other Fossoways continued and reached a breaking point when Raymon usurp the high lordship of Cockleswhent and then the Fossoways of Mandervale attack Raymon's forces. The seven were with Raymon as his men slew several of their commanders and caused a rout, House Baratheon supported Raymon and they forced Lord Steffon to surrender and pay for war damage.