I'm a bit confused here about the family holdings and such. Fitz "seemed to recall" the Cotterhills "as a tiny holding in the foothills of Farrow" (softcover FE, p. 347). However, Lebven informs him (p 396) that Civil (Bresinga) and Sydel (Grayling) have been affianced almost from birth and that his mother's house and Lord Grayling's family had always been on the best of terms, and the two estates were adjacent to one another. How could that be if the Cotterhills is in Farrow and Lady Bresinga's house (both Bresinga or the original Earwood holdings that are neigbouring) is on the other side of the Buck River from Farrow? (We're told that Galeton is on the otherside of the river anyway).