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The '''Oldbuck Family''' was an ancient family of Shire-hobbits, who went on to become one of the most well-known families of Shire.  
 
The '''Oldbuck Family''' was an ancient family of Shire-hobbits, who went on to become one of the most well-known families of Shire.  
 
  
 
== History ==
 
== History ==
  
Consisting of mainly [[Stoors|Stoorish]] blood, the members of this prosperous family came from the [[Marish]], where they traced their heritage to one [[Bucca of the Marish]], the first [[Thain]] of the [[Shire]]. Thainship was in the Oldbuck family until T.A. 2340 (S.R. 740).
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Consisting of mainly [[Stoors|Stoorish]] blood, the members of this prosperous family came from the [[Marish]], where they traced their heritage to one [[Bucca of the Marish]], the first [[Thain]] of [[the Shire]]. Thainship was in the Oldbuck family until {{TA|2340}} (S.R. 740).
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In that year, they settled across the [[Brandywine]] by [[Gorhendad Oldbuck]], who later changed their surname to [[Brandybuck Family|Brandybuck]], after the river Brandywine.
  
In that year, they were settled across the [[Brandywine]] by [[Gorhendad Oldbuck]], who later changed their surname to [[Brandybuck]], after their new abode [[Buckland]].
 
 
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[[Category:Hobbit Families]]
 
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[[Category:Oldbuck]]
 
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Revision as of 17:18, 10 July 2012

The Oldbuck Family was an ancient family of Shire-hobbits, who went on to become one of the most well-known families of Shire.

History

Consisting of mainly Stoorish blood, the members of this prosperous family came from the Marish, where they traced their heritage to one Bucca of the Marish, the first Thain of the Shire. Thainship was in the Oldbuck family until T.A. 2340 (S.R. 740).

In that year, they settled across the Brandywine by Gorhendad Oldbuck, who later changed their surname to Brandybuck, after the river Brandywine.