- Well, while Pottermore isn't explicit about his age when coming over, by the fact that it mentions him apparently coming over alone, I assume he was an independent adult at the time, or otherwise his parents would probably have been mentioned as well. -- 1337star (Drop me a line!) 17:28, July 15, 2012 (UTC)
Missing Name in Infobox
- Thank you for noticing it, but next time: Sign your posts using these four tildes, (~), and you are allowed to add missing words, names etc. --126.96.36.199 14:34, September 21, 2012 (UTC)
"Sometime after" ?
The page as it currently reads says, "Sometime after William I was made King of England in 1066, Armand provided various services to the king. Though the exact details of these services are unknown, they were believed to be shady and magical in nature. In exchange for these services, King William granted Armand a prime piece of land in Wiltshire, seizing the property from the former landholders."
However, the Pottermore page says, "Like many other progenitors of noble English families, the wizard Armand Malfoy arrived in Britain with William the Conqueror as part of the invading Norman army. Having rendered unknown, shady (and almost certainly magical) services to King William I, Malfoy was given a prime piece of land in Wiltshire, seized from local landowners, upon which his descendants have lived for ten consecutive centuries."
These don't directly contradict but the wiki page indicates that Armand provided services to William the Conqueror after he made himself king, while the Pottermore page is less clear about when these services were rendered.
S*a*p*h*n*a 23:13, December 12, 2015 (UTC)