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I can't remember him being referred to as Jor or Bed Bolster. Can any body else confirm where and when these names where given?

I have no idea, it's from a listing of characters from here. I do believe that they are from the books, because the list includes the translations for all the names in Finnish, and the last two are Jory and Pol Steri (the last one doesn't really mean anything, but sounds similar to "bolster". I'm assuming that Jory could be a name he gives to someone asking for it (the wandering minstrels, perhaps? Someone at Tradeford?) and the Bed Bolster sounds like a nickname the Fool might have used. Or maybe that girl he turned down?
Sounds reasonable enough. Thank you for clearing it up, as I now have an excuse to get rid of that irritating sentence tagged onto the end of his list of alias's :P Voici 00:07, 26 April 2006 (EEST)
Cool. :) I think we should add some kind of explanations for all the names though, so let's keep our eyes open when we browse the books. --Mervi 00:34, 26 April 2006 (EEST)

added meanings to the last to names :), They are used during Assassins Quest, i believe that he never actually used the name Jory and the name beed bolster was only used once by the Fool when he was talking to Starling when Fitz was recovering in the mountians.

Yes, just to confirm, Fitz (or Tom the shepherd rather)was given the title of Bed Bolster by Fool in Ch 21 of AQ. It was also the same passage where Fool gave himself the title of the Toymaker, as he no longer took to himself the title of the Fool.--Farseer 10:24, 29 August 2010 (UTC)
Fitz used the name Jory on his way to Tradeford (see the beginning of Chapter 8 of AQ). As 'Jory' , he had been a soldier who had a few skills with horses and a pen but he'd lost his home to Raiders. Farseer 15:06, 23 October 2010 (UTC)

I have just added a 'Sir Spoon' reference as another name for Fitz. The passage for it can be found in Chapter Twenty-Five 'Buckkeep' in Royal Assassin. Farseer