Sir Hugh Calveley
Sir Hugh Calvley (born between 1315-20 years., Died in 1393) was one of the most famous soldiers of the Hundred Years War. He commanded a company of mercenaries Brigand during military campaigns in France, Gascony, Brittany and Flanders. For his service in Spain has been generously rewarded by both contenders for the throne of Castile. In England, was at the court of King Edward III and Richard II. At various times served as Seneschal of Calais, one of two Navy admirals of England, the captain of Brest and the Governor of the Channel Islands.
Head knight helmet protects the tournament with a comb-head calf. Zhyupon and shield are images of personal coat of arms: a white (silver) field, dark-red zone and three black calf.