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Isumbras Took III

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The eleventh [[Thain]] of the Took line, and twenty-third overall, Isumbras succeeded his father [[Isengrim Took II|Isengrim II]]. He had two sons, of whom the younger, [[Bandobras Took|Bandobras]], became famous as the 'Bullroarer'. Isumbras' years as Thain were a time of hardship and privation - his son Bandobras beat back a raiding Orc-band at the [[Battle of Greenfields]], while the end of his Thainship saw the [[Long Winter]] fall on the [[Shire]]. He was succeeded by his elder son, who became Thain [[Ferumbras Took II| Ferumbras II]].
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'''Isumbras Took III''' was the eleventh [[Thain]] of the Took line, and twenty-third overall, Isumbras succeeded his father [[Isengrim Took II|Isengrim II]]. He had two sons, of whom the younger, [[Bandobras Took|Bandobras]], became famous as the 'Bullroarer'. Isumbras' years as Thain were a time of hardship and privation - his son Bandobras beat back a raiding Orc-band at the [[Battle of Greenfields]], while the end of his Thainship saw the [[Long Winter]] fall on the [[Shire]]. He was succeeded by his elder son, who became Thain [[Ferumbras Took II| Ferumbras II]].
  
 
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Isumbras Took III was the eleventh Thain of the Took line, and twenty-third overall, Isumbras succeeded his father Isengrim II. He had two sons, of whom the younger, Bandobras, became famous as the 'Bullroarer'. Isumbras' years as Thain were a time of hardship and privation - his son Bandobras beat back a raiding Orc-band at the Battle of Greenfields, while the end of his Thainship saw the Long Winter fall on the Shire. He was succeeded by his elder son, who became Thain Ferumbras II.