- Melisandre: "Do you love your wife?"
- Davos Seaworth: "I do."
- Melisandre: "Yet you have known other women."
- Davos Seaworth: "Don't talk about my wife."
- Melisandre: "I'm not. I'm talking about other women. Like me, Ser Davos."
- — Melisandre questions Davos Seaworth[src]
Davos saved up enough money through his smuggling to purchase a small plot of land. He then found a woman, Marya, kind enough to overlook his trade. Salladhor Saan attended their wedding feast. She gave him a son they named Matthos. Marya and Davos hoped that he would eventually save enough riches so he could quit smuggling.
Melisandre asks Davos if he loves his wife to which he replies he does. She asserts that he answers that way yet he has known other women and Davos tells her not to talk about his wife anymore. Melisandre says that she is speaking of other women like herself and asserts that Davos wants her.
After rescuing Davos, Salladhor Saan advises him to return to Marya so he can comfort her following their son's death, but Davos demands to be taken to Dragonstone to stop Melisandre. Salladhor agrees but jokes that, after Davos is killed, he will gather his bones so that Marya can wear them around her neck.
In the booksEdit
In the A Song of Ice and Fire novels, Marya is the daughter of a common carpenter. She has seven sons with Davos: Dale, Allard, Matthos, Marc, Devan, Stannis (named after the king), and Steffon. While Davos went with Stannis' household to Dragonstone, Marya remained at the family keep in Cape Wrath to raise their two youngest sons. Of Marya's other five sons, only Devan survived after the Battle of Blackwater.
Marya is described as good-natured, plump woman with sagging breasts and a kindly smile.
|Lord:||Ser Davos Seaworth||Heir:|
|Current members:||Marya Seaworth|
|Deceased members:||Matthos Seaworth|
|Overlord:||House Baratheon of Dragonstone|