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Saradoc Brandybuck

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Saradoc was the son of [[Rorimac Brandybuck]]. He married [[Esmeralda Took]], and had one child, [[Meriadoc Brandybuck|Meriadoc]], who joined the [[Fellowship of the Ring|Company of the Ring]]. With his father, wife and son, he was present at [[Bilbo's Farewell Party]].  
 
Saradoc was the son of [[Rorimac Brandybuck]]. He married [[Esmeralda Took]], and had one child, [[Meriadoc Brandybuck|Meriadoc]], who joined the [[Fellowship of the Ring|Company of the Ring]]. With his father, wife and son, he was present at [[Bilbo's Farewell Party]].  
  
Saradoc became [[Master of Buckland]] after his father's in {{SR|1408}}.<ref>{{App|Brandybuck}}</ref>
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Saradoc became [[Master of Buckland]] after his father's death in {{SR|1408}}.<ref>{{App|Brandybuck}}</ref>
  
 
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Latest revision as of 18:57, 18 January 2018

Saradoc Brandybuck
Hobbit
The Lord of the Rings Online - Saradoc Brandybuck.jpg
Saradoc Brandybuck from The Lord of the Rings Online
Biographical Information
Other namesScattergold
TitlesMaster of Buckland
LocationBrandy Hall, Buckland
BirthS.R. 1340
RuleS.R. 1408 - 1432
DeathS.R. 1432 (aged 92)
Family
FamilyBrandybuck
ParentageRorimac Brandybuck and Menegilda Goold
SiblingsMerimac
SpouseEsmeralda Took
ChildrenMeriadoc
Physical Description
GenderMale
GalleryImages of Saradoc Brandybuck

Saradoc "Scattergold" Brandybuck was a Hobbit and Master of Buckland.

[edit] History

Saradoc was the son of Rorimac Brandybuck. He married Esmeralda Took, and had one child, Meriadoc, who joined the Company of the Ring. With his father, wife and son, he was present at Bilbo's Farewell Party.

Saradoc became Master of Buckland after his father's death in S.R. 1408.[1]

References

  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings, Appendix C, "Brandybuck of Buckland"
Masters of Buckland
Gorhendad Oldbuck (from S.R. 740) · unknown · Gormadoc Brandybuck (until 1236) · Madoc Brandybuck (1236 - 1277) · Marmadoc Brandybuck (1277 - 1310) · Gorbadoc Brandybuck (1310 - 1364) · Rorimac Brandybuck (1364 - 1408) · Saradoc Brandybuck (1408 - 1432) · Meriadoc Brandybuck (1432 - 1484) · unknown