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Sir Adam
Seymore
Sir Adam
Fore- and Surnames Adam Glasser ("Seymore Butts")
Rank Knight Grand Cross of a chivalric order
County Kinsey
Principal Wife Lady Glasser
Other Wives Mistress Glasser and Katherine Morris-Glasser, Vice-Mistress Glasser
Barony Harmon and Hosker
Manor Glasser and The Hall of Eminence
Household(s) I50 (IV13)
Children Sir Adam is known to have a son by Tara Smith (i.e. Taylor Hayes). However, Glasser and Smith seem never to have married, and so the said son would be illegitimate.
Sir Adam is the master of both the Manor of Glasser in the Barony of Harmon and the Hall of Eminence in the Barony of Hosker.

Full Title Edit

Adam Glasser, Knight; Gold Medal (Special Class) of the Most Eminent Order of Catherine Parr; Master and Vice-Master Glasser in the Barony of Harmon in the County of Kinsey; Master of the Hall of Eminence in the Barony of Hosker in the County of Kinsey.

Conquests Edit

Wives Edit

No. Wife Appearance
01 Lady Glasser I50 (Sir Adam x Lady Glasser, Lady Lisa & Lady Karin)

Sir Adam w Lady Glasser

Sir Adam x Lady Glasser & Lady Lisa

02 Mistress Glasser Sir Adam x Mistress Glasser

Sir Adam w Mistress Glasser

03 Vice-Mistress Glasser Sir Adam w Vice-Mistress Glasser & Girl, Pt 1

Sir Adam w Vice-Mistress Glasser & Girl, Pt 2

Canonical Partners Edit

Partner Appearance
Lady Lisa I50 (Sir Adam x Lady Glasser, Lady Lisa & Lady Karin)
Lady Karin I50 (Sir Adam x Lady Glasser, Lady Lisa & Lady Karin)

Concubines Edit

No. Concubine Appearance
04 Girl Sir Adam w Vice-Mistress Glasser & Girl, Pt 1

Sir Adam w Vice-Mistress Glasser & Girl, Pt 2

Distinguishing Data Edit

Category Value
Surname Glasser
Given Names Adam
Nationality American
Date of Birth 18 Mar 1964
Place of Birth The Bronx, New York
Eye Colour Brown
Height Unknown

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