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'''Appendix C''' of [[The Lord of the Rings]] contains several family trees of notable [[Hobbit]] Families. According to the introduction of the appendix, the names shown are just a selection:
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'''Appendix C''' of ''[[The Lord of the Rings]]'' contains several family trees of notable [[Hobbits|Hobbit]] Families. According to the introduction of the appendix, the names shown are just a selection:
<blockquote>The names given in these Trees are only a selection from many. Most of them are either guests at Bilbo's [[Farewell Party]], or their direct ancestors. .... A few other names of persons concerned in the events recounted are also given. In addition some genealogical information is provided concerning [[Samwise Gamgee|Samwise]] the founder of the family of [[Gardner Family|Gardner]], later famous and influential.<br>
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<blockquote>The names given in these Trees are only a selection from many. Most of them are either guests at Bilbo's [[Bilbo's Farewell Party|Farewell Party]], or their direct ancestors. .... A few other names of persons concerned in the events recounted are also given. In addition some genealogical information is provided concerning [[Samwise Gamgee|Samwise]] the founder of the family of [[Gardner Family|Gardner]], later famous and influential.<br>
The figures after the names are those of birth (and death where that is recorded). All dates are given according to the [[Shire-reckoning]], calculated from the crossing of the [[Brandywine]] by the brothers [[Marcho]] and [[Blanco]] in the Year 1 of the [[Shire]] ([[Third Age]] 1601).</blockquote>
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The figures after the names are those of birth (and death where that is recorded). All dates are given according to the [[Shire-reckoning]], calculated from the crossing of the [[Brandywine]] by the brothers [[Marcho]] and [[Blanco]] in the Year 1 of [[the Shire]] ([[Third Age]] 1601).</blockquote>
  
 
The Family Trees of Appendix C are:
 
The Family Trees of Appendix C are:
* [[Baggins Family#Baggins Of Hobbiton - Family Tree|Baggins of Hobbiton]]
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* [[Baggins Family#Inspiration|Baggins of Hobbiton]]
* [[Took of Great Smials]]
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* [[Took Family|Took of Great Smials]]
* [[Brandybuck of Buckland]]
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* [[Brandybuck Family#Brandybuck Family Tree|Brandybuck of Buckland]]
* [[The Longfather-tree of Master Samwise]]
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* [[Gamgee_Family#The_Longfather.E2.80.93Tree_of_Master_Samwise|The Longfather-Tree of Master Samwise]]
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In the [[The Lord of the Rings (50th Anniversary Edition)|50th Anniversary Edition]] two further Family Trees (first published in ''[[The Peoples of Middle-earth]]'') were included:
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* [[Bolger Family#Bolger Family Tree|Bolger of Budgeford]]
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* [[Boffin Family#Boffin Family Tree|Boffin of the Yale]]
  
 
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[[Category:Books by J.R.R. Tolkien]]
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[[Category:The Lord of the Rings chapters]]
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Latest revision as of 07:54, 12 February 2013

Appendix C of The Lord of the Rings contains several family trees of notable Hobbit Families. According to the introduction of the appendix, the names shown are just a selection:

The names given in these Trees are only a selection from many. Most of them are either guests at Bilbo's Farewell Party, or their direct ancestors. .... A few other names of persons concerned in the events recounted are also given. In addition some genealogical information is provided concerning Samwise the founder of the family of Gardner, later famous and influential.
The figures after the names are those of birth (and death where that is recorded). All dates are given according to the Shire-reckoning, calculated from the crossing of the Brandywine by the brothers Marcho and Blanco in the Year 1 of the Shire (Third Age 1601).

The Family Trees of Appendix C are:

In the 50th Anniversary Edition two further Family Trees (first published in The Peoples of Middle-earth) were included:


The Lord of the Rings Appendices
Appendix A · Appendix B · Appendix C · Appendix D · Appendix E · Appendix F