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A dwelling of [[Hobbits]] in the [[Westmarch]], the region between the [[Far Downs]] and the [[Tower Hills]] gifted to the [[Shire-hobbits]] some years after the [[War of the Ring]].  
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The '''Undertowers''' was a dwelling of [[Hobbits]] in the [[Westmarch]] during the [[Fourth Age]]. It was located near the [[White Towers]].
  
It was at Undertowers that [[Sam]]'s daughter [[Elanor]] settled with [[Fastred of Greenholm]] to found the [[Fairbairn Family]], the hereditary [[Warden of Westmarch|Wardens of Westmarch]]. In time, the Fairbairns would become as influential as the [[Took family|Tooks]] and [[Brandybuck]]s in the history of the [[Shire]], and it was at Undertowers that they preserved the [[Red Book of Westmarch]], whose contents formed the ultimate basis for the account of [[The Lord of the Rings]].
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It was at Undertowers that [[Sam]]'s daughter [[Elanor Gardner]] settled with [[Fastred of Greenholm]] to found the [[Fairbairn Family]], the hereditary [[Warden of Westmarch|Wardens of Westmarch]]. In time, the Fairbairns would become as influential as the [[Took family|Tooks]] and [[Brandybuck]]s in the history of the [[Shire]], and it was at Undertowers that they preserved the [[Red Book of Westmarch]], whose contents formed the ultimate basis for the account of [[The Lord of the Rings]].
  
 
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Revision as of 00:21, 22 January 2009

The Undertowers was a dwelling of Hobbits in the Westmarch during the Fourth Age. It was located near the White Towers.

It was at Undertowers that Sam's daughter Elanor Gardner settled with Fastred of Greenholm to found the Fairbairn Family, the hereditary Wardens of Westmarch. In time, the Fairbairns would become as influential as the Tooks and Brandybucks in the history of the Shire, and it was at Undertowers that they preserved the Red Book of Westmarch, whose contents formed the ultimate basis for the account of The Lord of the Rings.