Dafydd Gam

Sir Dafydd Gam's coat of arms; from an extra-illustrated set of ''A tour in Wales'' by [[Thomas Pennant Dafydd ap Llewelyn ap Hywel (c. 1380 – 25 October 1415), better known as Dafydd Gam, anglicized to David or Davy Gam, was a Welsh warrior, a prominent opponent of Owain Glyndŵr. He died at the Battle of Agincourt fighting for King Henry V, King of England in that victory against the French.

The name "Gam" is taken from a Welsh word for "lame/deformed" (from which "gammy", as in "gammy leg", is derived). Regarded as a traitor ("Crooked David") by some in Wales, he is regarded as a hero in England; his reputation has waxed and waned with those of his enemy Owain Glyndŵr and his ally King Henry V. Provided by Wikipedia