Guy of Warwick

British - A mediaeval hero. Son of Segard. Husband of Felice. Father of Rainburn. He served as a page to Rohand, the earl of Warwick, and married his daughter, Felice. He killed the Dun Cow, a dragon in Northumberland and the giant Colbrand and went as a pilgrim to the Holy Land where he fought the Saracens. When he returned he found that Felice had given her life to good works so he left her in peace and built a hermitage for himself. When he was on his deathbed, he was reunited with Felice who died of grief. In some accounts, called Guy of Warwick, French Guido of Tours, French Guido of Tours, Guido or Guido.

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