This is a difficult one. 'Ser Jaremy' is clearly flying the sigil of House Mallister, which leads to the logical conclusion that he is 'Ser Jaremy Mallister'. However, he could also be a knight or landed knight serving House Mallister. As an independent knight, it would also be more correct to call him a bannerman of Lord Hoster Tully (via the Mallisters). If he is a son (or, given his age, a brother or cousin) of Lord Mallister, he shouldn't really be called a bannerman. On that basis, given we never hear the phrase ' Jaremy Mallister', it may be more correct to rename the article 'Jaremy' and note that he is a knight in the service of House Mallister. It's awkward because it is very easy to conclude that he is 'Jaremy Mallister', but this is not actually specified.--Werthead (talk) 17:14, April 10, 2013 (UTC)

My theory was that he was just meant to be an obscure younger son or cousin, but yes, it would be better to assume he is a household knight than to invent a new Mallister family member.--The Dragon Demands (talk) 22:30, April 13, 2013 (UTC)