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Milo Burrows

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A grandson of Master [[Gorbadoc Brandybuck]] of [[Buckland]], who married into the [[Baggins]] family when he wedded [[Peony]], a distant cousin of both Bilbo and [[Frodo Baggins]]. They had four children ([[Mosco]], [[Moto]], [[Myrtle]] and [[Minto]]), and most of the family was present at Bilbo's famous [[Birthday Party]] (apart from Minto, who was only five years old at that time).  
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'''Milo Burrows''' was a hobbit of [[the Shire]].  
  
Milo was known for his habit of failing to reply to letters, and because of this he was one of those that found a specially selected gift waiting for him in [[Bag End]], after Bilbo's departure: a golden inkpot and pen.  
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==History==
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Milo was a grandson of [[Gorbadoc Brandybuck]] of [[Buckland]], who married into the [[Baggins Family]] when he wedded [[Peony Baggins|Peony]], a distant cousin of both Bilbo and [[Frodo Baggins]]. They had four children - [[Mosco Burrows|Mosco]], [[Moro Burrows|Moro]], [[Myrtle Burrows|Myrtle]] and [[Minto Burrows|Minto]] - and most of the family was present at Bilbo's famous [[Bilbo's Farewell Party]] (apart from Minto, who was only five years old at that time).<ref>{{App|Baggins}}</ref>
  
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Milo was known for his habit of failing to reply to letters, and because of this he was one of those that found a specially selected gift waiting for him in [[Bag End]], after Bilbo's departure: a golden inkpot and pen.<ref>{{FR|I1}}</ref>
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==Portrayal in Adaptations==
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'''1990: ''[[The Lord of the Rings: Volume 1]]'':'''
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:A Hobbit named Milo warns [[Frodo Baggins|Frodo]] of wolves that are about in the Shire.
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'''2002: [[The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (video game)|''The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring'' (video game)]]:'''
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:Milo Burrows, voiced by an uncredited [[Michael Reisz]], lives at Number 4, [[Bagshot Row]]. He expresses pleasure that Frodo is no longer associating with "Elves and Wizards", causing Frodo to politely make his excuses and leave.
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Milo Burrows
Hobbit
Biographical Information
LocationThe Shire
Family
FamilyBurrows
ParentageRufus Burrows and Asphodel Brandybuck
SpousePeony Baggins
ChildrenMosco, Moro, Myrtle and Minto
Physical Description
GenderMale

Milo Burrows was a hobbit of the Shire.

History

Milo was a grandson of Gorbadoc Brandybuck of Buckland, who married into the Baggins Family when he wedded Peony, a distant cousin of both Bilbo and Frodo Baggins. They had four children - Mosco, Moro, Myrtle and Minto - and most of the family was present at Bilbo's famous Bilbo's Farewell Party (apart from Minto, who was only five years old at that time).[1]

Milo was known for his habit of failing to reply to letters, and because of this he was one of those that found a specially selected gift waiting for him in Bag End, after Bilbo's departure: a golden inkpot and pen.[2]

Portrayal in Adaptations

1990: The Lord of the Rings: Volume 1:

A Hobbit named Milo warns Frodo of wolves that are about in the Shire.

2002: The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (video game):

Milo Burrows, voiced by an uncredited Michael Reisz, lives at Number 4, Bagshot Row. He expresses pleasure that Frodo is no longer associating with "Elves and Wizards", causing Frodo to politely make his excuses and leave.

References

  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings, Appendix C, "Baggins of Hobbiton"
  2. J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings, The Fellowship of the Ring, "A Long-expected Party"