|"Rose Brandyfoot" is a concept which has only appeared in an adaptation of the works of J.R.R. Tolkien.|
|Birth||Late Second Age |
|Death||Late Second Age |
After the death of Rose Brandyfoot, her husband, Largo, had "felt like the wheels broke out from under" him. Largo had believed that after Rose's death, he would never be the same again. While Largo Brandyfoot was eventually able to move on from Rose, it was not until only after he first saw Marigold within the clearing of the Norfield Glen, that he was finally able to move on from his grief. They had two children together: Elanor and Dilly.
After breaking his left ankle and Marigold grew afraid that that the caravan would be forced to leave them behind on the migration due to the wound. However, Largo attempted to heal her despair by reminding her that she had helped him when he was grieving for Rose Brandyfoot.