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List of female hobbits
This is a list of female hobbits that are mentioned by name in Tolkien's works. In most cases they are grouped by family (either born or married into). Then order as listed is by date of birth, or estimated date of birth if not known.
Interestingly, one line from The Hobbit includes the insinuation (or at least Bilbo's assumption) Gandalf is "responsible for so many hobbit lads and lasses" going on adventures.
See Took clan for more info on most of these characters.
- Belladonna Took.
- Lalia Clayhanger-Took.
- Pearl Took.
- Pimpernel Took.
- Pervinca Took.
- Diamond of Long Cleeve (2995—?) became the wife of Thain Peregrin Took in the 6th year of the Fourth Age. She is possibly one of the North-Tooks, decended from Bandobras Took (aka Bullroarer). She had one son Faramir, named for a Steward of Gondor (see Faramir). Her date of death is not known, but some people assume Diamond probably died sometime before the year 63 of the Fourth Age when Pippin left the Shire to live in Gondor.
- Malva Headstrong (c. 2738–2839) was the first female hobbit to be recorded on the hobbit geneaologies. She married Gormadoc Brandybuck and had three sons: Madoc (2775-2877), Sadoc (2779-?), and Marroc (c. 2783—?).
- Adaldrida Bolger (c. 2820–2923) was an ancestor of Frodo Baggins and Meriadoc Brandybuck. She married Marmadoc Brandybuck (2817–2910), and had four children: Gorbadoc (2860–2963), two daughters, and Orgulas (2868—?).
- Estella Bolger (2985—?) was the sister of Fredegar "Fatty" Bolger, the companion that Frodo, Merry, Pippin, and Sam left behind in Crickhollow at the start of The Fellowship of the Ring. She married Master Meriadoc Brandybuck of Buckland, and had at least one son. Estella probably died sometime before the year 63 of the Fourth Age when Merry left the Shire to live in Gondor.
- Melilot Brandybuck (2985—?) was a guest at the farewell party of Bilbo Baggins. She danced the Springle-ring (a hobbit dance) with Everard Took. She was a third cousin of Meriadoc Brandybuck.
See Baggins family for more info on most of these characters.
- Berylla Boffin (c. 2771–2873) was an ancestor of Bilbo Baggins and Frodo Baggins. She married Balbo Baggins and had five children: Mungo (2807–2900), Pansy (2812—?), Ponto (2816–2911), Largo (2820–2912), and Lily (2822–2912).
- Laura Grubb Baggins.
- Rosa Baggins.
- Linda Baggins.
- Lobelia Sackville-Baggins.
- Primula Brandybuck Baggins.
- Daisy Baggins Boffin.
Samwise Gamgee's family
- Rose "Rosie" Cotton (2984–61 F.A.). Daughter of Tolman Cotton and Lily Brown and sister of Tolman (Tom), Wilcome (Jolly), Bowman (Nick), and Carl (Nibs). Rosie was a long-time friend of Samwise Gamgee, and they were married in 3020 when Sam returned home after the War of the Ring. Sam and Rosie had thirteen children (Elanor, Frodo, Rose, Merry, Pippin, Goldilocks, Hamfast, Daisy, Primrose, Bilbo, Ruby, Robin, Tolman (Tom)). Many were named after Sam and Rosie's friends and relatives. Among them were Elanor the Fair, Frodo Gardner (F.A. 2—), and Goldilocks. Rosie died in the year 61 of the Fourth Age. Sam then left Middle-earth for the Undying Lands later that year. 'Cotton' in Hobbitish is 'Hlothran'. In the film trilogy Rosie lives at 10 Bagshot row and is played by Sarah McLeod.
- "I think the simple 'rustic' love of Sam and his Rosie (nowhere elaborated) is absolutely essential to the study of his (the chief hero's) character, and to the theme of the relation of ordinary life (breathing, eating, working, begetting) and quests, sacrifice, causes, and the 'longing for Elves', and sheer beauty." - J.R.R Tolkien letter dated 1951.
- Elanor the Fair (3021—?) was the first child of Master Samwise Gamgee and his wife Rose Cotton. See Elanor Gamgee.
- Goldilocks (10 F.A.—?) was the 3rd daughter of Master Samwise Gamgee and his wife Rose Cotton. In FA 42, she married Faramir Took, son of Peregrin Took, Thain of the Shire, joining the Took & Gardner lines. Faramir became Thain in F.A. 63, when his father left for Gondor.
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