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:Bell Goodchild is a Hobbit child, playing hide-and-seek with [[Gaffer Gamgee|Hamfast]], Sadoc, Hilda and a somewhat unwilling [[Bilbo Baggins]]. She hides on the top floor of the [[Old Mill]], which is only accessable by riding the water-wheel. Bell and Hamfast are shown to have a mutual love interest, but neither of them told the other.<ref>''[[The Hobbit (2003 video game)]]'', "Hobitton"</ref>  
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:Bell Goodchild is a Hobbit child, playing hide-and-seek with [[Gaffer Gamgee|Hamfast]], Sadoc, Hilda and a somewhat unwilling [[Bilbo Baggins]]. She hides on the top floor of the [[Old Mill]], which is only accessable by riding the water-wheel. Bell and Hamfast are shown to have a mutual love interest, but neither of them told the other.<ref>[[The Hobbit (2003 video game)|''The Hobbit'' (2003 video game)]], "Hobitton"</ref>  
  
 
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Bell Gamgee
Hobbit
Biographical Information
Other namesBell Goodchild
Locationthe Shire
BirthAround S.R. 1326
Physical Description
GenderFemale

Bell Gamgee, née Goodchild, was a Hobbit of the Shire.

History

Bell married Hamfast Gamgee. She would eventually give birth to Hamson, Halfred, Daisy, May, the famed Samwise and Marigold.[1]

Etymology

Bell is possibly named after bellflowers, such as bluebell and harbell.[2]

Portrayal in Adaptations

2003: Sierra's The Hobbit:

Bell Goodchild is a Hobbit child, playing hide-and-seek with Hamfast, Sadoc, Hilda and a somewhat unwilling Bilbo Baggins. She hides on the top floor of the Old Mill, which is only accessable by riding the water-wheel. Bell and Hamfast are shown to have a mutual love interest, but neither of them told the other.[3]

References

  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings, Appendix C, "The Longfather-tree of Master Samwise"
  2. Jim Allan (ed.), An Introduction to Elvish, "Giving of Names"
  3. The Hobbit (2003 video game), "Hobitton"