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Flambard Took

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One of the thirteen recorded grandchildren of [[Gerontius]], the [[Old Took]]. Flambard's father was [[Isembard]], one of Gerontius' younger sons, making Flambard a first cousin of [[Bilbo Baggins]]. Indeed, Flambard and Bilbo were close contemporaries, being born just three years apart. Though he lived for a hundred and two years, Flambard did not survive to see Bilbo's famous [[Birthday Party]], but many of his descendants (including [[Adelard]], [[Reginard]] and [[Everard Took]]) were present to see Bilbo vanish.  
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One of the thirteen recorded grandchildren of [[Gerontius]], the [[Old Took]]. Flambard's father was [[Isembard Took|Isembard]], one of Gerontius' younger sons, making Flambard a first cousin of [[Bilbo Baggins]]. Indeed, Flambard and Bilbo were close contemporaries, being born just three years apart. Though he lived for a hundred and two years, Flambard did not survive to see Bilbo's famous [[Birthday Party]], but many of his descendants (including [[Adelard Took|Adelard]], [[Reginard Took|Reginard]] and [[Everard Took]]) were present to see Bilbo vanish.  
  
Like many other members of the [[Took]] clan, Flambard's name has military connections: a flambard is a large sword with a waved or flame-shaped blade.
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Like many other members of the [[Took Family|Took]] clan, Flambard's name has military connections: a flambard is a large sword with a waved or flame-shaped blade.

Revision as of 09:59, 4 March 2006

One of the thirteen recorded grandchildren of Gerontius, the Old Took. Flambard's father was Isembard, one of Gerontius' younger sons, making Flambard a first cousin of Bilbo Baggins. Indeed, Flambard and Bilbo were close contemporaries, being born just three years apart. Though he lived for a hundred and two years, Flambard did not survive to see Bilbo's famous Birthday Party, but many of his descendants (including Adelard, Reginard and Everard Took) were present to see Bilbo vanish.

Like many other members of the Took clan, Flambard's name has military connections: a flambard is a large sword with a waved or flame-shaped blade.