Arms: Gules, a pegasus salient between three cinquefoils Or.
Born: 1300 A.D. at Bossiney Castle, Cornwall, England
Ancestry: Son of William and Agnes Easterbrooke
Wife: Lady Michele O'Neill of Ulster
Home: Tintagel Castle, Cornwall
Life Story:My father was a Sergeant-at-Arms for Guy de Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick. Sent to Cornwall to work as the undersheriff based in Tintagel. Mother, Agnes Verlaque, was a war bride brought over from the Scottish Campaign near Falkirk.
I learned war and soldiering under my father and the Duke of Cornwall. I cut my teeth in skirmishes on the Welsh Marches, Scottish borders and over the English Channel in Brittany, Normandy and France.
I met and married my wife, Michele O"Neill during a tournament in Ulster in 1324.
Currently living in Tintagel, training the cavalry garrison for the Duke of Cornwall, Edward of Woodstock- The Black Prince-for his ambitions in France.