The Plowman and his Brother
Kelvin and Devontay
There was a plowman and his brother. "He was a honest worker, good and true, living in peace and perfect charity." (line 542-543) He believed in god and would help anyone in need. He wore a tabard smock (a heavy short coat that is sleeveless or can have sleeves) and rode a mare (mature female horse). Also in the lot that he was in there was a reeve, a miller, a college manciple, a papal pardoner, and a church-court summoner.