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Otho Sackville-Baggins

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The son of [[Longo Baggins]] and [[Camellia Sackville]]. Otho's father Longo was [[Bilbo Baggins]]' uncle, making Otho himself Bilbo's cousin and heir. He and his wife Lobelia eagerly anticipated their inheritance: Bilbo's home at [[Bag End]]. Otho would never inherit that smial, though, because Bilbo changed his will to make [[Frodo Baggins]] his heir. Eventually, Frodo sold Bag End to Lobelia, but Otho had died six years earlier, and never owned the home he had coveted throughout his life.
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The son of [[Longo Baggins]] and [[Camellia Sackville]]. Otho's father Longo was [[Bilbo Baggins]]' uncle, making Otho himself Bilbo's cousin and heir. He and his wife [[Lobelia Bracegirdle|Lobelia]] eagerly anticipated their inheritance: Bilbo's home at [[Bag End]]. Otho would never inherit that smial, though, because Bilbo changed his will to make [[Frodo Baggins]] his heir. Eventually, Frodo sold Bag End to Lobelia, but Otho had died six years earlier, and never owned the home he had coveted throughout his life.
  
 
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Revision as of 10:13, 9 February 2006

The son of Longo Baggins and Camellia Sackville. Otho's father Longo was Bilbo Baggins' uncle, making Otho himself Bilbo's cousin and heir. He and his wife Lobelia eagerly anticipated their inheritance: Bilbo's home at Bag End. Otho would never inherit that smial, though, because Bilbo changed his will to make Frodo Baggins his heir. Eventually, Frodo sold Bag End to Lobelia, but Otho had died six years earlier, and never owned the home he had coveted throughout his life.