List of hobbits

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  (Redirected from List of Hobbits)
Jump to: navigation, search

In J. R. R. Tolkien's legendarium, Hobbits are a fictional race related to Men. They first appear in The Hobbit and play an important role in The Lord of the Rings.

This is a list of hobbits that are mentioned by name in Tolkien's works. They are ordered alphabetically by first name. In cases where a hobbit’s family name was changed, usually through marriage, their original family name is given in parentheses. Nicknames are given in quotation marks.

Note that the years are given in years of the Third Age (unless otherwise noted), and not according to Shire Reckoning. Bilbo's farewell party, which is frequently referred to, occurred in T.A. 3001.

A[edit]

Adaldrida (Bolger) Brandybuck: (2818–?) Wife of Marmadoc Brandybuck (Master of Buckland 2877 to 2910), and mother of their four children (born 2860 to 2868): Gorbadoc Brandybuck, two unnamed daughters, and Orgulas Brandybuck. Her years of birth and death are not given in The Lord of the Rings, but a birth year of 2818 for her appears on Bolger family tree 'BG4' in The Peoples of Middle-earth.
Adalgrim Took: (2880–2982) Only child of Hildigrim Took and Rosa Took (née Baggins). Father of Paladin II Took, Esmeralda Brandybuck, and three unnamed daughters. He was briefly heir presumptive to the Thainship, but never succeeded. Adalgrim was Bilbo's first cousin on his father's side (and Bilbo's mother's side) and Bilbo's second cousin on his mother's side (and Bilbo's father's side), making him an excellent example of the complicated kinship relationships among Hobbits.
Adamanta (Chubb) Took: (b. c.2795) The wife of Gerontius Took (the Old Took), who became the Thain of the Shire in 2848. They had 12 children (born from 2832 to 2862): Isengrim III Took, Hildigard Took, Isumbras IV Took, Hildigrim Took, Isembold Took, Hildifons Took, Isembard Took, Hildibrand Took, Mrs. Belladonna Baggins, Mrs. Donnamira Boffin, Mrs. Mirabella Brandybuck, and Isengar Took.
Adelard Took: (2928–F.A. 2) Only child of Flambard Took, and father of Reginard Took, Everard Took, and three unnamed daughters. He and his five children were among the 144 special guests at the Farewell Party of their relation Bilbo Baggins. Bilbo gave him an umbrella as a gift after the party, noting that Adelard had taken many in the past.[1]
Amaranth Brandybuck: (2904–2998) The second child, and eldest daughter, of Gorbadoc Brandybuck and Mirabella Brandybuck. She was one of Frodo's aunts, and it appears she never married.
Andwise "Andy" Roper: (b. 2923) The eldest brother of Hamfast Gamgee and uncle to Samwise Gamgee. Sam refers to him a few times in The Lord of the Rings. His profession, as befitted his name, was rope-making.
Angelica Baggins: (2981–?) Daughter of Ponto Baggins. Noted for her vanity. Received a mirror from her relation Bilbo after his farewell party, where she was among his 144 special guests.[2]
Asphodel (Brandybuck) Burrows: (2913–3012) The fifth child of Gorbadoc Brandybuck and Mirabella Brandybuck, wife of Rufus Burrows, and mother of Milo Burrows, their only child. She was one of Frodo's aunts. She and her husband, together with their son and grandchildren, attended the Farewell Party of their relative Bilbo Baggins, where they were all among his 144 special guests.

B[edit]

Balbo Baggins (2767–c. 2863): is the first recorded Baggins, and the ancestor of the Baggins family of Hobbiton. He married Berylla Boffin and had five children (born from 2807 to 2822): Mungo, Pansy, Ponto, Largo, and Lily.
  • Note on Balbo's dates: In the published Baggins genealogy only Balbo's birthdate is shown, but by looking at the lifespans of his children it is possible to estimate his deathdate.
Banazîr Galpsi: The 'real' name of Samwise Gamgee in Westron.
Bandobras "Bullroarer" Took (2704–2806): The younger son of Isumbras III, Bandobras was known for his exceptionally large stature for a Hobbit (he stood 4' 5"(135 cm) and could ride a horse), although he was later surpassed by his descendant Pippin and Pippin's friend Merry Brandybuck. He led the defence against the orcs of Mt. Gram led by Golfimbul at the Battle of Greenfields (T.A. 2747). He is said to have knocked Golfimbul's head off with a blow from his club and sent it flying into a rabbit hole a hundred yards away, and is thus credited with both winning the battle and inventing the sport of golf. While his older brother Ferumbras succeeded to the Thainship, he fathered many descendants, including the North-tooks of Long Cleeve.
Belba (Baggins) Bolger (2856–2956): The wife of Rudigar Bolger and second child of Mungo Baggins and Laura Baggins. She was one of Bilbo's aunts.
Bell (Goodchild) Gamgee: (b. c.2930) Wife of Hamfast Gamgee (the "Gaffer") and mother of their six children (born from 2965 to 2983): Hamson Gamgee, Halfred Gamgee, Daisy Gamgee, May Gamgee, Samwise Gamgee, and Mrs. Marigold Cotton. She died before the War of the Ring, when the Gaffer is depicted as a widower.
Belladonna (Took) Baggins (2852–2934): The ninth child and the eldest of the three "remarkable" daughters of the Old Took and his wife Adamanta. She married Bungo Baggins and was the mother of Bilbo Baggins (b. 2890), their only child. She was well known to the wizard Gandalf.
Berylla (Boffin) Baggins (2772–?): Wife of Balbo Baggins and mother of Mungo Baggins, Mrs. Pansy Bolger, Ponto Baggins, Largo Baggins, and Mrs. Lily Goodbody. Her years of birth and death are not given in The Lord of the Rings, but a birth year of 2772 for her appears on Boffin family tree 'BF4' in The Peoples of Middle-earth.
Bilba Labingi: The 'real' name of Bilbo Baggins in Westron.[3]
Bilbo Baggins: (b. 2890) See Bilbo Baggins.
Bilbo Gardner: (b. S.R. 1436). The 5th son of Sam and Rose Gardner, and the 10th of their 13 children. Named after Frodo's uncle Bilbo.
Bill Butcher: The butcher of Michel Delving in the poem Perry-the-Winkle. It is unclear whether the character in the poem was based on a historical hobbit or was a made-up person within the story.
Bingo Baggins (2864–2963): The brother of Bungo, married Chica Chubb; they had one son, Falco Chubb-Baggins. Bingo was Bilbo's youngest uncle.
Blanco: Fallohide hobbit and brother of Marcho, founders of the Shire in 1601. Marcho and Blanco are horse-names, modelled on Hengist and Horsa,[4] the brothers who founded the Anglo-Saxon Kingdom of Kent.
Bob: (fl. 3018) Hobbit of Bree and servant at the Prancing Pony.
Bodo Proudfoot: (b. c.2860) Husband of Linda Baggins (Bilbo's youngest aunt), father of Odo Proudfoot (b. 2904).
Bowman "Nick" Cotton: (b. 2986) Brother of Rose Cotton. He fought in the Battle of Bywater.
Bucca of the Marish: An early inhabitant of what would become the Eastfarthing, Bucca founded the Oldbuck clan, ancestors of the Brandybuck clan. He was chosen to be the first Thain of the Shire in 1979. During his rule, momentous events occurred elsewhere in Middle-earth: the reawakening of the Balrog, and the ensuing collapse of Khazad-dûm, loss of Amroth and Nimrodel, and foundation of Erebor's Kingdom under the Mountain.
Bungo Baggins (2846–2926): Bungo was the "solid and comfortable" father (see The Hobbit, ch. 1) of Bilbo. He was also the builder of Bag End. He and his wife Belladonna (née Took) lived there until the end of their days. Bungo was the eldest child of Mungo Baggins and Laura Grubb. As eldest son he became head of the Baggins clan when his mother died in 2916.[5]

C[edit]

Camellia Sackville: (b. c.2865) Heiress of the Sackvilles.[6] She married Longo Baggins (one of Bilbo's uncles), and the couple adopted the surname Sackville-Baggins. They had an only child, Otho Sackville-Baggins (born 2910). In 2942 they nearly acquired Bag End, but were foiled by Bilbo's unexpected return.
Carl "Nibs" Cotton: (b. 2989) Youngest brother of Rose Cotton. He defended the Cottons' farm in the Battle of Bywater.
Celandine Brandybuck (2994–?): The third child of Seredic Brandybuck and Hilda Bracegirdle. She and her parents and siblings attended the Farewell Party of their relative Bilbo Baggins, where they were among his 144 special guests.
Chica (Chubb) Baggins: (b. c.2865) Heiress of the Chubbs, she married Bingo Baggins (Bilbo's youngest uncle). They had an only child, Falco Chubb-Baggins (b. 2903).
Cotman: (b. 2860) Farmer Cotton's grandfather.
Cottar: (b. 2820) Earliest recorded ancestor of the Cottons.

D[edit]

Daddy Twofoot: (fl. 3001) Next-door neighbour of Gaffer Gamgee in Bagshot Row.[7] Doubtless involved in the Farewell Party of their neighbour Bilbo Baggins, but not among his 144 special guests.
Daisy (Baggins) Boffin: (2950–?) was a cousin of Frodo Baggins (and his only cousin on his father's side). She was the only child of Dudo, who was the brother of Frodo's father Drogo. She married Griffo Boffin. She and her father and husband attended the Farewell Party of their relative Bilbo Baggins, where they were among his 144 special guests.
Daisy Gamgee: (2972–?) A sister of Samwise.
Daisy (Gardner): (b. S.R. 1433) 4th daughter of Samwise, and the 8th of his 13 children.
Déagol: (fl. 2463) A Stoor hobbit and relative of Sméagol. See Déagol.
Diamond "of Long Cleeve" Took: (2995–?) became the wife of Peregrin Took in the 6th year of the Fourth Age; a few years later he became the Thain of the Shire. She is possibly one of the North-Tooks, descended from Bandobras Took (aka Bullroarer). She had one son Faramir, named for a Steward of Gondor (see Faramir). Her date of death is not known, but some people assume Diamond probably died sometime before the year 63 of the Fourth Age when Pippin left the Shire to live in Gondor.
Dinodas Brandybuck: (b. c.2916) Frodo's youngest uncle, he was among the 144 special guests at Bilbo's farewell party. It appears he never married.
Doderic Brandybuck: (b. 2989) With his parents and siblings he attended the Farewell Party of their relation Bilbo Baggins, where they were among his 144 special guests.
Dodinas Brandybuck: (b. c.2910, d. before 3001) One of Frodo's uncles, it appears he never married.
Donnamira (Took) Boffin: (2856–2948). One of the three remarkable daughters of Gerontius, the Old Took, and thus an aunt of Bilbo. She married Hugo Boffin.
Dora Baggins: (2902–3006) Sister of Drogo, and Frodo's eldest aunt. She was noted for dispensing advice in her letters.[8] She attended the Farewell Party of Bilbo Baggins (her second cousin) as one of his 144 special guests, and at that time was his oldest living female relation. It appears she never married.
Drogo Baggins: (2908–2980) Married Primula Brandybuck; their son Frodo Baggins was their only child. Drowned with his wife in a legendary boating accident (boating being an unusual activity for hobbits).[9]
Dudo Baggins: (2911–3009) One of Frodo's uncles. With his daughter and her husband attended the Farewell Party of their relative Bilbo Baggins, where they were among his 144 special guests.

E[edit]

Eglantine (Banks) Took: (b. c.2935) Wife of Paladin Took II (the Thain from S.R. 1415 to 1434), and mother of of their four children (born 2975 to 2990): three daughters, and a son, Peregrin Took. The couple and their children attended the Farewell Party of Paladin's relative Bilbo Baggins, where they were among his 144 special guests.
Elanor "the Fair" (Gardner) Fairbairn: (b. S.R. 1421) Also known as Elanor the Fair, she was the first of the thirteen children of Samwise Gamgee and his wife Rose Cotton. Elanor was the only one of Sam's children known to Frodo Baggins, and her name was a suggestion by him, a reference to the sun-star, a little golden flower blooming in the land of Lothlórien.[10] In 1436 Elanor became a maid of honour to Queen Arwen Evenstar, and in 1451 she married Fastred of Greenholm. Elanor and her husband then moved to Undertowers in the Tower Hills where their family (becoming known as the Fairbairns of the Towers) would live for many generations. After her father's passing to the Undying Lands in 1482, Elanor and her line became the keepers of the Red Book of Westmarch. Her two children were Elfstan, born in 1454, and Fíriel.
Elfstan Fairbairn: (b. S.R. 1454) Son of Elanor Gardner and first grandson of Samwise Gamgee. Second Warden of Westmarch.
Erling: (b. 2851) Holman Greenhand's third child.
Esmeralda (Took) Brandybuck: (b. 2936) The youngest child of Adalgrim Took (a grandson of Gerontius the Old Took), and the younger sister of Thain Paladin II. She married Saradoc Brandybuck; Meriadoc Brandybuck (b. 2982) was their only child. She and her husband and son attended the Farewell Party of their relative Bilbo Baggins. There they were among his 144 special guests; Esmeralda was seated close to her father-in-law, old Rory Brandybuck. In 3008 her husband became Master of Buckland, so she was Mistress of Brandy Hall at the time of the War of the Ring. She was one of Peregrin Took's aunts.
Estella (Bolger) Brandybuck (2985–?): The sister of Fredegar "Fatty" Bolger, the companion whom Frodo, Merry, Pippin, and Sam left behind in Crickhollow at the start of The Fellowship of the Ring. She was the daughter of Odovacar Bolger and Rosamunda Took; through her mother, she was a descendant of the Old Took, thus related to Bilbo, Frodo, Pippin and Merry. She married Merry after the War of the Ring, and they had at least one son. Estella probably died sometime before the year 63 of the Fourth Age, when Merry left the Shire to live in Gondor. She would have been among the 144 special guests at Bilbo's farewell party, with her parents and brother. Estella was added to the family tree by Tolkien for the Ballantine edition, and remained an anomaly until the consolidation of the text in the Houghton Mifflin edition of 1987.[11]
Everard Took: (b. 2980) Danced the Springle-ring on a table with Melilot Brandybuck, interrupting Bilbo's farewell speech.[12]

F[edit]

Falco Chubb-Baggins: (2903–2999) Only child of Bingo Baggins and Chica Chubb.
Faramir Took: Eldest son of Peregrin Took and Diamond "of Long Cleeve" Took, born in the year 1430 of the Shire Reckoning. Named after Faramir son of Denethor, the last ruling Steward of Gondor. Married Samwise Gamgee's daughter Goldilocks in 1463. Became heir to the Thainship in 1434, and succeeded as 33rd Thain of the Shire in 1484.
Farmer Cotton: see Tolman Cotton
Farmer "Muddy-feet" Maggot: (fl. 3018) see Farmer Maggot.
Fastolph Bolger: (b. 2810) Husband of Pansy Baggins.
Fastred of Greenholm: (b. c.3020) Married Samwise Gamgee's oldest daughter, Elanor the Fair, in S.R. 1463. First Warden of Westmarch.
Ferdibrand Took: (b. 2983) Only son of Ferdinand Took. Ferdibrand and his father attended the Farewell Party of their relative Bilbo Baggins, where they were among his 144 special guests.
Ferdinand Took: (b. 1340) Only son of Sigismond Took (one of Bilbo's cousins). Ferdinand and his son Ferdibrand attended Bilbo's farewell party, where they were among his 144 special guests. His sister was the mother of Fredegar Bolger.
Ferumbras II Took: (2701–2801) Elder son of Isumbras III Took. Became heir to the Thainship in 2722, and succeeded as 24th Thain in 2759.
Ferumbras III Took: (2916–3015), while not otherwise particularly famous, was the Thain of the Shire at the time of the Farewell Party of Bilbo Baggins, at the beginning of The Lord of the Rings. He was the only child of Fortinbras Took II (2878–2980, a cousin of Bilbo) and Lalia Clayhanger. He never married because no one wanted Lalia for a mother-in-law. He became heir to the Thainship in 2939, and succeeded as 30th Thain in 2980.
Filibert Bolger: (S.R. 1342–1443) Husband of Poppy Baggins. He and his wife attended the Farewell Party of her relation Bilbo Baggins, where they were among his 144 special guests.
Fíriel Fairbairn: Daughter of Elanor Gardner and Fastred of Greenholm, and a grand-daughter of Samwise Gamgee. One of the Fairbairns of Undertowers, the Wardens of Westmarch.
Flambard Took: (2887–2989) Only child of Isembard Took (7th son of the Old Took) and one of Bilbo's older cousins. Flambard had a only son, Adelard.
Folco Boffin: (b. 2978) Friend of Frodo Baggins. Folco helped Frodo prepare to leave Bag End[13] and was at his birthday feast before Frodo went on his quest in 3018. He and his family had been among the 144 special guests at Bilbo's farewell party. Folco was descended from Donnamira, one of the remarkable daughters of the Old Took, and was thus related to Bilbo, Frodo, Merry and Pippin.
Fortinbras I Took: (2745–2848) Son of Ferumbras II Took. Became heir to the Thainship in 2759, and succeeded as 25th Thain in 2801.
Fortinbras II Took: (2878-2980) Son of Isumbras IV Took. Became heir to the Thainship in 2930, and succeeded as 29th Thain in 2939. He was Bilbo's oldest cousin, and he was the Thain during Bilbo's involvement in the Quest of Erebor.
Fosco Baggins: (2864-2960) Married Ruby Bolger.
Fredegar "Fatty" Bolger: (b. 2980) See Fredegar Bolger.
Frodo Baggins: (b. 2968) Nephew of Bilbo Baggins and son of Drogo Baggins and Primula Brandybuck. He adventured to Mordor to destroy the One Ring. See Frodo Baggins
Frodo Gardner: (F.A. 2–?) Second child and first son of Samwise and Rose Gardner. Frodo Gardner had at least one child, his son Holfast. He was named after Sam's dear friend Frodo Baggins. As eldest son he would have inherited Bag End.

G[edit]

Gerontius "The Old" Took: (2790–2920) was the longest-lived Hobbit in the Shire's history until his record was broken by his grandson Bilbo Baggins. The twenty-sixth Thain of the Shire, he ruled for 72 years, and died at the age of 130. He was particular friends with Gandalf, who was rumoured to have given him a pair of magic diamond cufflinks which opened and closed upon command. He was a direct ancestor to the majority of the famous Hobbits in The Lord of the Rings. He married Adamanta Chubb and had twelve children; nine sons: Isengrim III, Hildigard, Isumbras IV, Hildigrim (great-grandfather to Peregrin Took and Meriadoc Brandybuck), Isembold, Hildifons, Isembard, Hildibrand (great-grandfather to Fredegar Bolger and Estella Bolger), and Isengar; and three "remarkable" daughters: Belladonna (mother to Bilbo Baggins), Donnamira (great-grandmother to Folco Boffin, Fredegar Bolger and Estella Bolger), and Mirabella (grandmother to Frodo Baggins and great-grandmother to Meriadoc Brandybuck).
Gilly (Brownlock) Baggins: (b. c.2905) Wife of Posco Baggins. Gilly, her children and grandchildren attended the Farewell Party of Bilbo (her late husband's relative), where they were among his 144 special guests.
Goldilocks (Gardner) Took: (F.A. 10–?) was the third daughter of Master Samwise Gamgee and his wife Rose Cotton, and the sixth of their thirteen children. In F.A. 42, she married Faramir Took, son of Peregrin Took, Thain of the Shire. Faramir became Thain in F.A. 63, when his father left for Gondor.
Gorbadoc "Broadbelt" Brandybuck (2860–2963): Head of the Brandybuck family and Master of Buckland from 2910 until his death. The maternal grandfather of Frodo Baggins and the great-grandfather of Merry Brandybuck, "Master Gorbadoc" was famous for keeping a generous table.
Gorbulas Brandybuck: (b. 2908) Son of Orgulas Brandybuck, and the father of Marmadas.
Gorhendad (Oldbuck) Brandybuck: Eleventh Thain of the Shire, and the last Thain of the Oldbuck line. He led the colonisation of Buckland in 2340, and changed his family's name to Brandybuck.
Gormadoc "Deepdelver" Brandybuck (2734–2836): Master of Buckland until his death, and an ancestor of both Frodo Baggins and Meriadoc Brandybuck.
Griffo Boffin: (b. 2944) Husband of Daisy Baggins. The couple and their son attended the Farewell Party of their relative Bilbo Baggins, where they were among his 144 special guests.

H[edit]

Halfast Gamgee: (b. 2972) Halfast of Overhill was one of Sam's cousins during the War of the Ring. He worked for Mr. Boffin at Overhill, and often went hunting up in the Northfarthing. It was he who claimed to have seen a "Tree-man", which Sam reported to the other regulars at the Green Dragon Inn.[14]
Halfred Gamgee: (b. 2969) One of Sam's brothers. Moved to Northfarthing.
Halfred Gamgee: (b. 2932) The Gaffer's youngest sibling. He moved to Overhill and had a son, Halfast.
Halfred Greenhand: (b. 2851) A gardener of Hobbiton. His father and his son were both named Holman.
Hamfast "Ham/Gaffer/Old" Gamgee: (S.R. 1326–1428) (From Anglo-Saxon hām, "house", and fæst, "fixed") Father of Samwise Gamgee. He married Bell Goodchild, with whom he had six children, including Samwise (his youngest son), and lived at number three Bagshot Row in Hobbiton-across-the-Water. He was a gardener on the Baggins property at Bag End for many years (as apprentice by 1342, solo from c.1361 to c.1401[15]). He was frequently consulted for his knowledge of root vegetables, and held forth on this and other topics at the Ivy Bush inn, or further afield at the Green Dragon in Bywater. Early in The Fellowship of the Ring, he misinforms a Black Rider that Frodo had already left Bag End that morning; while this meant that the Black Rider did not continue on to Bag End, it did give away the general direction that Frodo was headed. He also plays a minor role in The Return of the King. Samwise, after adopting the name "Gardner", named one of his children after Hamfast. Sam often refers to his father as "Gaffer" or "the Gaffer". A character named Gaffer Gamgee makes a brief appearance in Mr. Bliss, a story written down by Tolkien by 1932.
Hamfast Gardner: (b. S.R. 1432) 4th son of Samwise Gamgee, and the 7th of his 13 children.
Hamfast of Gamwich: (b. 2760) The earliest known ancestor of the Gamgees.
Hamson Gamgee: (b. 2965) Sam's oldest brother. Moved to Tighfield and joined his uncle's rope business.
Hanna (Goldworthy) Brandybuck: (b. c.2780) The wife of Madoc Brandybuck, who was Master of Buckland from 2836 to 2877.
Harding Gardner: (b. S.R.1501) A great-grandson of Samwise Gamgee. Became master of Bag End.
Hending: (b. 2859) A son of Holman the Greenhanded.
Hilda (Bracegirdle) Brandybuck: (b. 2954) The daughter of Bruno Bracegirdle. Sister to Hugo Bracegirdle and niece of Lobelia Sackville-Baggins (née Bracegirdle). She married Seredic Brandybuck and had three children: Doderic, Ilberic and Celandine. Hilda, her husband and children attended the Farewell Party of her relation Bilbo Baggins, where they were among his 144 special guests.
Hildibrand Took: (2849-2934) 8th son of Gerontius the Old Took. Father of Sigismond.
Hildifons Took: (b.2844) 6th son of Gerontius the Old Took. "(went off on a journey and never returned)"
Hildigard Took: (b. c.2835) 2nd son of the Old Took. Died young.
Hildigrim Took: (2840–2941) 4th son of the Old Took. Married Rosa Baggins and had an only son, Adalgrim, who was an ancestor of Merry and Pippin.
Hob "Old Gammidgy" Gammidge: (b. 2846) Gaffer Gamgee's grandfather.
Hob Hayward: (fl. 3019) A gate-guard at the Brandywine Bridge. He was a Bucklander, and an acquaintance of Meriadoc Brandybuck.
Hobson "Roper" Gamgee: (2885–2984) The Gaffer's father, and Sam's grandfather.
Holfast Gardner: (b. S.R. 1462) Son to Frodo Gardner and grandson of Samwise Gamgee and Rose Gardner. A master of Bag End.
Holman "Long Hom" Cotton: (b. 2902) Rose's grandfather.
Holman "the greenhanded": (b. 2810) Lived in Hobbiton, had five children, including ancestors of Sam and his wife Rose.
Holman Greenhand: (b. 2892) He was Bilbo's gardener at Bag End, until succeeded by his apprentice Hamfast 'Gaffer' Gamgee, his cousin's son.
Hugo Boffin: (2854-2945) married to Donnamira Took. Their great-grandchildren included Folco Boffin and Fredegar Bolger.
Hugo Bracegirdle: (b. 2950) A borrower (but not returner) of books. He is noteworthy for having received a bookcase from Bilbo (a distant relation) as a mathom on the latter's eleventy-first birthday.[16] Hugo's closer relations included his aunt Lobelia Sackville-Baggins (née Bracegirdle), and her son Lotho Sackville-Baggins. He was named after his grandmother's brother, Hugo Boffin.

I[edit]

Ilberic Brandybuck: (b. 2991) With his parents and siblings attended the Farewell Party of Bilbo Baggins, where they were among the 144 special guests.
Isembard Took: (2847–2946) 7th son of the Old Took. He had an only son, Flambard.
Isembold Took: (2842–2946) 5th son of the Old Took. He had many descendants.
Isengar Took: (2862–1360) Youngest of the twelve children of the Old Took. "said to have 'gone to sea' in his youth".
Isengrim II Took: (2620–2722) In T.A. 2683 became the 22nd Thain (10th of the Took line) and founded the Great Smials. He also introduced a reform to the Shire calendar.[17]
Isengrim III Took: (2832–2930) Eldest son and heir of the Old Took. Became heir to the Thainship in 2848, and succeeded as 27th Thain of the Shire in 2930. He had no children, and was himself succeeded by his brother Isumbras IV.
Isumbras III Took: (2666–2759). Succeeded as 23rd Thain of the Shire in 2722.
Isumbras IV Took: (2838–2939) 3rd son of the Old Took. Became heir presumptive to the Thainship in 2920; succeeded his eldest brother as 28th Thain in 2930.

J[edit]

Jolly Cotton (born 2984) The second of Tolman Cotton's four sons. Wilcome 'Jolly' Cotton had been a childhood friend of Sam Gamgee. During the War of the Ring, he helped defend his father's farm against Sharkey's Men, and played his part in helping free the Shire.

K[edit]

Kalimac Brandagamba: The 'real' name of Meriadoc Brandybuck in Westron.

L[edit]

Lalia (Clayhanger) Took: (2883–3002) was the wife of Fortinbras Took II (Thain of the Shire from 2939 to his death in 2980). They married in 2914, and their only child Ferumbras was born two years later. Ferumbras never married, reportedly because nobody wanted Lalia as a mother-in-law. After her husband died and their son became Thain, Lalia remained the matriarch of the Took clan. Lalia was so fat she couldn't walk and used a wheelchair: she was widely known as Lalia the Great (or sometimes the Fat). In 3002 her attendant, Pearl Took, accidentally tipped Lalia out of her wheelchair into her garden, and she died.[18]
Largo Baggins: (2820–2912) Youngest son of Balbo Baggins and Berylla Boffin. Married Tanta Hornblower. Their only son Fosco was the paternal grandfather of Frodo Baggins.
Laura (Grubb) Baggins: (2814–2916) was a grandmother of Bilbo Baggins. She was the wife of Mungo Baggins. Besides Bungo, she had four other children; Belba, Longo, Linda, and Bingo. Upon the death of her husband she became head of the family. When she died she was succeeded by her eldest son, Bungo.
Lily (Baggins) Goodbody: (2822–2912) Married Togo Goodbody. Their various descendants were among the 144 special guests at Bilbo's farewell party.
Lily (Brown) Cotton: (b. c.2945) Married Tolman "Farmer" Cotton and had five children. Samwise Gamgee called in on Mrs. Cotton and her daughter Rose upon his return to the Shire; he later married Rose.
Linda (Baggins) Proudfoot: (2862–2963) was a daughter of Mungo Baggins, and Bilbo's youngest aunt. She married Bodo Proudfoot, and had a son named Odo.
Lobelia (Bracegirdle) Sackville-Baggins: (2918–3020) The daughter of Blanco Bracegirdle and Primrose Boffin (a distant relation of Bilbo Baggins). She married Otho Sackville-Baggins (Bilbo's cousin) and had a only child, Lotho (b. 2964). Portrayed as unpleasant and grasping, Lobelia was from an early age an active adherent of the Sackville-Bagginses' ambition to acquire the manor smial of Bag End and its contents. Their first attempt had been made in 2942, when Bilbo was absent on the Quest of Erebor, and presumed dead. At that time Lobelia was not yet married into the Sackville-Bagginses (she was 24, too young for a Hobbit to wed). Nonetheless she seems to have been involved in the disappearance of Bilbo's silverware, discovered by Bilbo on his unexpected return. Many years later Bilbo invited Lobelia to his Farewell Party (indeed she and her family were among his 144 special guests), but he gave Lobelia a box of silver spoons labelled "For Lobelia, from Cousin Bilbo, as a present."[19] After a further 17 years, in which time her husband Otho died, Lobelia finally obtained Bag End when Frodo sold it to her (either for a great profit or below fair market value - accounts vary), as he was in a rush to leave the Shire with the One Ring. A shift in Lobelia's character occurs when Frodo is away on his quest. Lobelia opposed Saruman's ruffians, verbally and physically, and was imprisoned in the Lockholes of Michel Delving for her actions. This feat earned her popularity among the Shire-folk for the first time in her life. Freed after the Scouring of the Shire but greatly weakened, Lobelia deeded Bag End back to Frodo, ending the generation-long feud between Bilbo and Frodo and the Sackville-Bagginses. Devastated by her son Lotho's murder, Lobelia moved back with her original family, the Bracegirdles of Hardbottle. She died in 3020, and was over 100 years old. She bequeathed what remained of her money to helping hobbits made homeless during Saruman's regime.
Longo Baggins: (2860–2950) The middle son of Mungo Baggins. He married Camellia Sackville, creating the Sackville-Baggins family. They had an only child, Otho Sackville-Baggins. When his nephew Bilbo Baggins was presumed dead in 2942, he was Bilbo's heir-at-law.
Lotho "Pimple" Sackville-Baggins: (2964–3019) Son of Otho and Lobelia Sackville-Baggins and thus a first cousin once removed of Bilbo. He was called "Pimple" because of his complexion. He became an accomplice of Saruman during the War of the Ring. Trading pipe-weed with Saruman for money, he began buying land in the Southfarthing, where Men from Isengard were stationed. With the aid of these ruffians, Lotho was able to depose and imprison Will Whitfoot, the Shire's lawful mayor, and declared himself Chief Shirriff. Under his command the Shire was industrialised. Lotho began to call himself The Boss. However, Lotho was soon stripped of his power, and Saruman took over. Saruman's servant Gríma Wormtongue killed Lotho, and either buried Lotho—or ate him, as hinted by Saruman's vicious remarks after his defeat in the Shire.

M[edit]

Madoc "Proudneck" Brandybuck: (2775–2877) Master of Buckland from 2836 to his death. Eldest son of Gormadoc Brandybuck and Malva Headstrong. He married Hanna Goldworthy and they had one son, Marmadoc.
Malva "Headstrong" Brandybuck: (c. 2738–2839) was the earliest female recorded in the Hobbit genealogies. She married Gormadoc Brandybuck and had three sons: Madoc, Sadoc, and Marroc.
Marcho: Brother of Blanco, founder of the Shire in 1601. Marcho and Blanco are horse-names, modelled on Hengist and Horsa,[20] the brothers who founded the Anglo-Saxon Kingdom of Kent.
Marigold (Gamgee) Cotton: (b. 2983) The youngest child of Hamfast Gamgee, and a sister of Samwise, she married Tom, the oldest son of Farmer Cotton.
Marmadas Brandybuck: (b. 2943) The only son of Gorbulas. Marmadas and his three children attended the Farewell Party of Bilbo Baggins. They were among the 144 special guests, and his younger daughter Melilot danced on a table, interrupting Bilbo's speech.
Marmadoc "Masterful" Brandybuck: (2917–2910) Master of Buckland from 2877 to his death. He was the only son of Madoc Brandybuck and Hanna Goldworthy. He married Adaldrida Bolger and they had four children: Gorbulas, two daughters and Orgulas.
Marroc Brandybuck: (c. 2783–?) Youngest son of Gormadoc Brandybuck and Malva Headstrong, he had many descendants.
Maura Labingi: The 'real' name of Frodo Baggins in Westron.[21]
May Gamgee: (2928–?) The sister of Hamfast Gamgee (the Gaffer).
May Gamgee: (2976–?) The fourth child of Hamfast Gamgee (the Gaffer), and a sister of Samwise.
Melilot Brandybuck: (2985–?) The youngest child of Melilot Brandybuck. With her father and siblings she attended the farewell party of Bilbo Baggins (where they were among his 144 special guests); Melilot danced the Springle-ring (a hobbit dance) with Everard Took, interrupting Bilbo's party-speech.[22] She was a third cousin of Meriadoc Brandybuck.
Menegilda (Goold) Brandybuck: (b. c.2905) was the wife of Rorimac "Old Rory" Brandybuck, the Master of Buckland from 2963 to 3008. They had two sons: Saradoc (father of Meriadoc Brandybuck) and Merimac. She did not attend Bilbo's farewell party, indicating she was indisposed (by death or otherwise).
Mentha Brandybuck: (b. 2984). Second child of Marmadas Brandybuck. She attended Bilbo's farewell party with her father and siblings. There they were among the 144 special guests, and her sister Melilot danced on a table, interrupting Bilbo's party-speech.
Meriadoc "Merry / the Magnificent" Brandybuck: (b. 2982) See Meriadoc Brandybuck.
Merimac Brandybuck: (S.R. 1342–1430). The younger son of Rorimac Brandybuck (Master of Buckland). He and his son Berilac attended the Farewell Party of Bilbo Baggins. There they were among the 144 special guests, and his younger sister Melilot danced on a table, interrupting Bilbo's party-speech.
Merimas Brandybuck: (b. 2981) Eldest child of Marmadas Brandybuck. Merimas, his father and siblings attended the Farewell Party of Bilbo Baggins, where
Merry Gardner: (b. S.R. 1427) Second son of Samwise Gamgee, and the fourth of his thirteen children.
Milo Burrows: (b. 2937) Noted for never returning letters.[23] He was a son of Rufus Burrows and Asphodel Brandybuck. He married Peony Baggins (a relation of Bilbo) had four children. Milo, his wife and children attended Bilbo's farewell party, where they were among his 144 special guests.
Mimosa (Bunce) Baggins: (b. c.2820) She married Ponto Baggins and had two children: Rosa (an ancestress of Merry Brandybuck and Pippin Took) and Polo. Mimosa was possibly connected to old Mrs. Bunce of Michel Delving.
Minto Burrows: Youngest child of Milo Burrows and Peony Baggins. He did not attend the Farewell Party of Bilbo Baggins, indicating that he was too young or otherwise indisposed.
Mirabella (Took) Brandybuck: (2860–2960) The youngest of the three "remarkable" daughters of the Old Took. She married Gorbadoc Brandybuck, the Master of Buckland, and they had seven children. Her descendants included Frodo Baggins and Meriadoc Brandybuck.
Moro Burrows: (b. 2991) Second son of Milo Burrows and Peony Baggins (a relation of Bilbo). Milo attended Bilbo's farewell party with his parents and two siblings; they were among the 144 special guests.
Mosco Burrows: (b. 2987) Eldest child of Milo Burrows and Peony Baggins (a relative of Bilbo). Mosco attended Bilbo's farewell party with his parents and two siblings; there they were among the 144 special guests.
Mungo Baggins: (2807–2900) was the grandfather of Bilbo Baggins. Mungo was the eldest son of Balbo Baggins and Berylla Boffin. Mungo married Laura Grubb and had five children. His eldest son, Bungo, was the father of Bilbo Baggins.
Myrtle Burrows: (b. 2993) The third child of Milo Burrows and Peony Baggins, who were relations of Bilbo Baggins. Myrtle attended Bilbo's farewell party with her parents and her two older siblings; they were among the 144 special guests.

N[edit]

Nahald: The 'real' name of Déagol in the Mannish language of Wilderland, where it means 'secret'.
Nob: (fl. 3018) Hobbit of Bree and servant at the Prancing Pony.

O[edit]

Odo Proudfoot: (2904–3005) was a son of Bodo Proudfoot and Linda Baggins and cousin of Bilbo Baggins. Had a son named Olo. Odo makes a brief appearance in the first chapter of The Fellowship of the Ring, angrily correcting Bilbo when the latter referred to the Proudfeet as "Proudfoots" in his speech at the Farewell Party. Odo was attending the party with his son and grandson; they were among the 144 special guests. In the New Line Cinema movie adaptation the character is called Everard Proudfoot and is portrayed by Noel Appleby.
Odovacar Bolger: (S.R. 1335-1431) was the son of Herugar Bolger, a cousin of Bilbo Baggins. He married Rosamunda Took, and they had an only son, Fredegar Bolger. Odovacar and his wife and son attended Bilbo's farewell party, where they were among the 144 special guests.
"Old Noakes": (fl. 3001) A hobbit of Bywater, and an acquaintance of Hamfast "Gaffer" Gamgee.
"the Old Took": see Gerontius
Olo Proudfoot: (2946–F.A. 15) was a son of Odo Proudfoot and the father of Sancho Proudfoot. With his father and son attended the Farewell Party of their relative Bilbo Baggins; they were among his 144 special guests.
Orgulas Brandybuck: (2468–?) The youngest child of Marmadoc Brandybuck and the father of Gorbulas Brandybuck.
Otho Sackville-Baggins: (2910–3012) Otho was the only child of Longo and Camellia Sackville-Baggins. He inherited the headship of the Sackville family through his mother, Camellia. He also stood to inherit the headship of the Baggins family, which would have made him the head of two families at once. In 2942 his cousin Bilbo Baggins was presumed dead, and Otho's father was Bilbo's closest living heir. The Sackville-Bagginses nearly acquired Bag End, but were foiled by Bilbo's unexpected return. Otho's future wife, the formidable Lobelia Bracegirdle, was a little more successful: she had appropriated many of Bilbo's silver spoons. Many years later Bilbo adopted Frodo Baggins, a more distant relative, as his heir, thus thwarting Otho's ambitions for the Baggins inheritance. Otho was infuriated, and scrutinized Bilbo's will for any irregularities under Shire ink laws. Otho died between the time of Bilbo's Long Expected Party and Frodo's departure to Bree. Accordingly, he never enjoyed the luxuries of Bag End when Lobelia finally took ownership.

P[edit]

Paladin II Took (2933–3034): The only son of Adalgrim Took. He married Eglantine Banks; they had three daughters, and finally a son, Peregrin Took. In 3015 Paladin succeeded his second cousin, becoming "the Took" (head of the Took clan) and 31st Thain of the Shire. Paladin owned and farmed lands around Whitwell, near Tuckborough. When Lotho Sackville-Baggins took over the Shire, Paladin, as Thain, resisted him, and refused to acknowledge his rule. This led to skirmishing between the Tooks and Saruman's ruffians, who attempted to lay siege to the Tookland. When Merry and Pippin started their revolt, Paladin sent Pippin with 100 Tooks to aid in the Battle of Bywater.
Pansy (Baggins) Bolger: (b. 2812) The elder daughter of Balbo Baggins and Berylla Boffin. She married Fastolph Bolger, and had various descendants.
Pearl Took: (2975–?) was the eldest sister of Peregrin "Pippin" Took. She also had two sisters named Pimpernel and Pervinca. In The Letters of J.R.R. Tolkien it is mentioned that she was the caretaker of the Took matriarch Lalia (Clayhanger)Took, the acid-tongued mother of Thain Ferumbras Took. Lalia was obese and immobile, and perished when her wheelchair tipped from the top of Great Smials and she tumbled into the gardens. It was widely speculated that Pearl might have been intentionally responsible for Lalia's "fatal fall" by tipping the chair.[24] For a while Pearl was shunned, although the demise of Lalia was doubtless welcomed by many in private.
Peony (Baggins) Burrows: (b. 2950) Youngest child of Posco Baggins (a second cousin of Bilbo) and Gilly Brownlock. She married Milo Burrows and they had four children. Peony, her husband and their three eldest children attended Bilbo's farewell party, where they were among his 144 special guests.
Peregrin I "Pippin" Took: (b. 2990) See Peregrin Took.
Pervinca Took: (b. 2985) Third daughter of Paladin II Took and Eglantine Banks, and thus one of Pippin's sisters. With her parents and siblings attended the Farewell Party of Bilbo Baggins (a relation of her father), where they were among his 144 special guests.
Pimpernel Took: (b. 2979) Second daughter of Paladin II Took and Eglantine Banks, and thus a sister of Pippin. Attended Bilbo's farewell party with her parents and siblings.
Pippin Gardner: (b. S.R. 1429) 3rd son of Samwise Gamgee, and the 5th of his 13 children.
Polo Baggins: (b. c.2860) The son of Ponto Baggins and Mimosa Bunce. He had a son Posco and a daughter Prisca.
Ponto Baggins: (2812–2911) Third child of Balbo Baggins and Berylla Boffin. He married Mimosa Bunce, and they had a daughter Rosa and a son Polo. One of his great-grandsons was also named Ponto Baggins.
Ponto Baggins: (b. 2946) Eldest child of Posco Baggins (a second cousin of Bilbo) and Gilly Brownlock. His wife's name is not recorded, but they had an only child, Angelica. Ponto and his daughter attended Bilbo's farewell party, where they were among his 144 special guests. He shared his name with his great-grandfather.
Poppy (Chubb-Baggins) Bolger (born 2944) The only child of Falco Chubb-Baggins (one of Bilbo's cousins), she married Filibert Bolger (a more distant relative of Bilbo). She and her husband attended Bilbo's farewell party, where they were among his 144 special guests.
Porto Baggins: (b. 2948) Second child of Posco Baggins and Gilly Brownlock. Attended the Farewell Party of Bilbo Baggins, where he and his family were among the 144 special guests.
Posco Baggins: (b. 2902) The son of Polo Baggins, he married Gilly Brownlock and had three children. He appears to have died before Bilbo's farewell party.
Primrose Gardner: (b. S.R. 1435) 5th daughter of Samwise Gamgee, and the 9th of his 13 children.
Primula (Brandybuck) Baggins: (2920–2980) was the youngest daughter of Gorbadoc Brandybuck, Master of Buckland, and Mirabella Took, herself the youngest daughter of the Old Took. She married Drogo Baggins, and had one child, Frodo.[25] She and her husband died in 2980, leaving Frodo orphaned. Primula was Bilbo's youngest cousin.
Prisca (Baggins) Bolger: (b. 2906) The daughter of Polo Baggins, and one of Bilbo's second cousins. She married Wilibald Bolger, and they had three children. It appears she died before Bilbo's party.

R[edit]

Ranugâd Galpsi: The 'real' name of Hamfast Gamgee in Westron.
Razanur Tûc: The 'real' name of Peregrin Took in Westron.
Reginard Took (born 2969): Eldest child of Adelard Took. With his father and siblings attended the Farewell Party of their relative Bilbo Baggins, where they were among his 144 special guests.
Robin "Cock-robin" Smallburrow: (fl. 3019) Robin Smallburrow was the Shirriff in the area of Bywater.
Robin Gardner: (b. S.R. 1440) 6th son of Samwise Gamgee, and the 12th of his 13 children.
Rorimac "Goldfather / Old Rory" Brandybuck (2902–3008): Head of the Brandybuck family and Master of Buckland from 2963 until his death, and Merry's paternal grandfather. A guest at Bilbo's birthday party, he was intelligent enough to guess (correctly) that Bilbo has vanished in order to go travelling again.[26] Bilbo rewarded him for his hospitality over many years with a gift of a dozen bottles of wine.[27]
Rosa (Baggins) Took: (2856–?) ancestor to both Merry and Pippin. Rosa was the daughter of Ponto Baggins and Mimosa Bunce and elder sister to Polo Baggins. Her husband was Hildigrim Took, one of the many sons of the Old Took, and they had a son, Adalgrim Took.
Rosamunda (Took) Bolger: (b.2938) The daughter of Sigismond Took, who was a grandson of the Old Took and a cousin of Bilbo. She married Odovacar Bolger of Budge Ford, and was the mother of Fredegar Bolger and Estella Bolger. Rosamunda and her husband and children attended Bilbo's farewell party, where they were among his 144 special guests.
Rose "Rosie" (Cotton) Gardner: (2984–F.A. 61). Daughter of Tolman Cotton and Lily Brown and sister of Tolman (Tom), Wilcome (Jolly), Bowman (Nick), and Carl (Nibs). Rosie was a long-time friend of Samwise Gamgee, and they were married in 3020 when Sam returned home after the War of the Ring. Sam and Rosie had thirteen children (Elanor, Frodo, Rose, Merry, Pippin, Goldilocks, Hamfast, Daisy, Primrose, Bilbo, Ruby, Robin, Tolman (Tom)). Many were named after Sam and Rosie's friends and relatives. Rosie died in the year 61 of the Fourth Age. Sam then left Middle-earth for the Undying Lands later that year. In the film trilogy Rosie lives at 10 Bagshot Row and is played by Sarah McLeod.

"I think the simple 'rustic' love of Sam and his Rosie (nowhere elaborated) is absolutely essential to the study of his (the chief hero's) character, and to the theme of the relation of ordinary life (breathing, eating, working, begetting) and quests, sacrifice, causes, and the 'longing for Elves', and sheer beauty." - J. R. R. Tolkien letter dated 1951

Rose: (b. 2849) Youngest child of Holman the greenhanded of Hobbiton. She married Cotman, and her first-name passed to their great-granddaughter Rose Cotton.
Rose Gardner: (S.R. 1425) Second daughter of Samwise, and the third of his thirteen children.
Rowan: (b. 2949) Eldest child of Holman the greenhanded of Hobbiton. She married Hob Gammidge of Tighfield. Hamfast (Gaffer) Gamgee was one of their grandchildren. (
Ruby (Bolger) Baggins: (b. 2864) Youngest child of Adalgar Bolger. She married Fosco Baggins and had three children and two grandchildren, of whom the younger was Frodo Baggins.
Ruby Gardner: (b. S.R. 1438) 6th and youngest daughter of Samwise, and the 11th of his 13 children.
Rudigar Bolger: (2855-2948) Eldest child of Adalgar Bolger. He married Belba Baggins (one of Bilbo's aunts). Fredegar Bolger was their great-grandson.
Rufus Burrows: (b. c.2910) Married Asphodel Brandybuck (one of Bilbo's cousins) and had a son, Milo. Rufus, his wife, son and grandchildren attended Bilbo's farewell party, where they were among his 144 special guests.

S[edit]

Sadoc Brandybuck: (2779–?) Middle son of Gormadoc, Master of Buckland. Sadoc had two sons and a daughter, and various descendants.
Salvia (Brandybuck) Bolger: (b. 2886) The daughter of Sadoc Brandybuck, she married Gundabald Bolger, and had several descendants.
Samwise "Sam" Gamgee: (b. 2980) See Samwise Gamgee.
Sancho Proudfoot: (b. 2990) The son of Olo. Sancho with his father and grandfather attended the Farewell Party of their relative Bilbo Baggins, where they were among his 144 special guests. After the party he started to damage Bag End in an attempt to find gold, but Frodo managed to restrain him.[28]
Saradas Brandybuck: (2908-3007) Second son of Gorbadoc, Master of Buckland, and a cousin of Bilbo Baggins. Saradas and his son (Seredic) and grandchildren attended Bilbo's farewell party, where they were among his 144 special guests.
Saradoc "Scattergold" Brandybuck: (S.R. 1340-1432) The father of Merry Brandybuck, Saradoc was Master of Buckland during the time of the War of the Ring. He was a first cousin to Frodo Baggins, and his wife Esmeralda Brandybuck (née Took) was the sister of Paladin Took, Thain of the Shire. His nickname, 'Scattergold', implies that he was very generous with his wealth.
Seredic Brandybuck: (b. 2948) The son of Seredas. He married Hilda Bracegirdle and had three children. Seredic, his wife and children attended the Farewell Party of their relative Bilbo Baggins, where they were among his 144 special guests.
Sigismond Took: (2890-2931) The son of Hildibrand (8th son of the Old Took) and a cousin of Bilbo Baggins. Sigismond had a daughter, Mrs. Rosamunda Bolger, and a son, Ferdinand.
Sméagol "Gollum": See Gollum.

T[edit]

Tanta (Hornblower) Baggins: (b. c.2825) Married Largo Baggins; they had one son, Fosco, who was the paternal grandfather of Frodo Baggins.
Ted Sandyman (fl. 3018-19): Ted Sandyman is a miller in Hobbiton. When first Lotho and then Saruman take control of the Shire, he is persuaded to make "improvements" to it, which many hobbits considered to be ugly, and which may have done little to increase its power. He supports many of the changes made by Saruman.
Tobold "Old Toby" Hornblower: Tobold Hornblower is the first person to domesticate pipe-weed in Middle-earth, which he does in 2670. This development leads to its cultivation in the Southfarthing, and the pipe-weed, known as Longbottom Leaf from the city where Hornblower was from, becomes an important product of the Shire and is widely regarded as the finest pipe-weed. This was shown by the fact that Saruman imports barrels of it to Isengard.
Togo Goodbody: (b. c.2820) Married Lily Baggins. They had various descendants.
Tolma Hlothran: The 'real' name of Tolman Cotton in Westron.
Tolman "Tom" Cotton: (S.R. 1341-1440) Also known as "Farmer Cotton". He and his sons had key roles in the Battle of Bywater. After the War of the Ring he noticed one of Frodo's illnesses, and his daughter Rose married Samwise Gamgee.
Tolman "Young Tom" Cotton: (b. 2980) Eldest son of Farmer Cotton.
Tolman "Tom" Gardner: (b. S.R. 1442) The 7th son of Samwise Gamgee, and the youngest of his 13 children.
Trahald: The 'real' name of Sméagol (Gollum) in the Mannish language of Wilderland, where it means 'burrowing'.

W[edit]

Widow Rumble: (fl. 3020) After the War of the Ring she looked after Hamfast "Gaffer" Gamgee.
Wilcome "Jolly" Cotton: (b. 2984) Second son of Farmer Cotton.
Wilcome "Will" Cotton: (b. 2946) The younger brother of Farmer Cotton.
Wilibald Bolger: (2904-3000) The grandson of Gundabald Bolger and Salvia Brandybuck. He married Prisca Baggins and had three children.
Will "old Will / old Flourdumpling" Whitfoot: (fl. 1418-1427) At the time of the War of the Ring, Will Whitfoot is Mayor of Michel Delving. He was said to be the fattest hobbit in the Westfarthing. On one occasion the roof of the Town Hole collapsed, covering Will in chalk and earning him the nickname 'Flourdumpling'. Soon after Frodo Baggins left Bag End, Lotho Sackville-Baggins began buying properties in the Southfarthing. With the aid of ruffians in the pay of Saruman, Lotho quickly took control of the Shire. When Will went to Bag End to protest, he was seized by the ruffians and locked up. He spent nearly a year in imprisonment, until he was released after the Scouring of the Shire. He spent several months recovering, during which time Frodo Baggins acted as Deputy Mayor. At the Free Fair of S.R. 1420, Will Whitfoot is re-elected as Mayor for another seven years. His successor in the post is Sam Gamgee.
Wiseman Gamwich: (b. 2800) The great-great-grandfather of Samwise Gamgee; his surname comes from his family home in the town of Gamwich. He moved to Tighfield.

Baggins family tree[edit]

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Balbo Baggins
 
 
 
Berylla Boffin
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Laura Grubb
 
Mungo
 
Pansy
 
Fastolph Bolger
 
Ponto
 
Mimosa Bunce
 
Lily
 
Togo Goodbody
 
Largo
 
Tanta Hornblower
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Bungo
 
Belladonna Took
 
Belba
 
Rudigar Bolger
 
Longo
 
Camellia Sackville
 
Linda
 
Bodo Proudfoot
 
Bingo
 
Chica Chubb
 
Fosco
 
Ruby Bolger
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Bilbo Baggins
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Otho Sackville-Baggins
 
Lobelia Bracegirdle
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Falco Chubb-Baggins
 
?
 
Dora
 
Drogo
 
Primula Brandybuck
 
Dudo
 
Tulip Longhole
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Lotho
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Poppy
 
Filibert Bolger
 
 
 
 
 
Frodo
 
 
 
 
 
 
Daisy
 
Griffo Boffin
 
 
 
 

See also[edit]

List of hobbit families

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Tolkien, Fellowship, p. 50.
  2. ^ Tolkien, Fellowship, p. 50.
  3. ^ J. R. R. Tolkien (1994), The Peoples of Middle-earth (volume 12 of The History of Middle-earth), Houghton Mifflin, part 1 ch. II p. 48 & 50; ISBN 0-395-82760-4
  4. ^ Tom Shippey (2003), The Road to Middle-earth, Houghton Mifflin, ch. 4, § 'Maps and Names', p.102; ISBN 0-618-25760-8.
  5. ^ J. R. R. Tolkien (1981), The Letters of J. R. R. Tolkien, George Allen & Unwin, letter 214 (1958/59) p.294; ISBN 0-04-826005-3
  6. ^ J. R. R. Tolkien (1981), The Letters of J. R. R. Tolkien, George Allen & Unwin, letter 214 (1958/59) p.295; ISBN 0-04-826005-3
  7. ^ Tolkien, Fellowship, p. 34.
  8. ^ Tolkien, Fellowship, p. 50.
  9. ^ Tolkien, Fellowship, p. 35.
  10. ^ Tolkien, J. R. R. (1955), The Return of the King, The Lord of the Rings, Boston: Houghton Mifflin (published 1987), "The Grey Havens", ISBN 0-395-08256-0 
  11. ^ “Note on the text” pp. xi–xiii, Douglas A. Anderson, in the 1994 HarperCollins edition of The Fellowship of the Ring.
  12. ^ Tolkien, Fellowship, p. 42.
  13. ^ Tolkien, Fellowship, p. 83.
  14. ^ Tolkien, J. R. R. (1954), The Fellowship of the Ring, 2nd edition, George Allen & Unwin, book 1 ch.II p.53; ISBN 0 04 823045 6.
  15. ^ J. R. R. Tolkien (1954), The Fellowship of the Ring, 2nd edition (1966) George Allen & Unwin, book 1 ch. I p. 30 & 31; ISBN 0 04 823045 6
  16. ^ Tolkien, Fellowship, p. 51.
  17. ^ J. R. R. Tolkien (1955), The Return of the King, 2nd edition (1966) George Allen & Unwin, appendix D p.387; ISBN 0 04 823047 2
  18. ^ J. R. R. Tolkien (1981), The Letters of J. R. R. Tolkien, George Allen & Unwin, letter 214 (1958/59) p.294-295; ISBN 0-04-826005-3
  19. ^ Tolkien, Fellowship, p. 51.
  20. ^ Tom Shippey (2003), The Road to Middle-earth, Houghton Mifflin, ch. 4, § 'Maps and Names', p.102; ISBN 0-618-25760-8.
  21. ^ J. R. R. Tolkien (1994), The Peoples of Middle-earth (volume 12 of The History of Middle-earth), Houghton Mifflin, part 1 ch. II p. 48 & 50; ISBN 0-395-82760-4
  22. ^ Tolkien, Fellowship, p. 42.
  23. ^ Tolkien, Fellowship, p. 50.
  24. ^ J. R. R. Tolkien (1981), The Letters of J. R. R. Tolkien, George Allen & Unwin, letter 214 (1958/59) p.295; ISBN 0-04-826005-3
  25. ^ Tolkien, Fellowship, p. 35.
  26. ^ Tolkien, Fellowship, p. 43-44.
  27. ^ Tolkien, Fellowship, p. 51.
  28. ^ J. R. R. Tolkien (1954), The Fellowship of the Ring, 2nd edition (1966) George Allen & Unwin, book 1 ch. I p.28; ISBN 0 04 823045 6

References[edit]

  • Tolkien, J.R.R. (1954). The Fellowship of the Ring. The Lord of the Rings. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company.