de Hambye in Normandy heard of this dragon, and set off to fight him.
Not much is known about the battle, except that the knight attacked and
killed the dragon single-handedly, and cut off its head.
Exhausted and wounded, he lay down to rest, whilst
his squire guarded him. But his squire was disloyal, and wanted the glory
killed his master and buried the body, before returning to Hambye. Once
there, he told his master's wife that the dragon had killed the Seigneur,
but that he, the squire, had avenged his death and killed the dragon.
well as this, he added that the Seigneur's dying wish was that the squire
should marry his wife.
one night, while they lay in bed, the squire cried out in his sleep, and
admitted to killing his master. The lady immediately had him brought to
trial, the squire confessed, and he was sentenced to death.
lady then travelled to Jersey, and in St. Saviour a mound was raised in
memory of the Seigneur - La Hougue de Hambye (Hougue Bie).