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77 Facts About Tolkien family
JR R Tolkien suggested the name was derived from the German adjective tollkuhn, meaning foolhardy.
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Tolkien family originated in the East Prussian town Kreuzburg near Konigsberg, where the Tolkien name is attested since the 16th century.
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The verified paternal line of JR R Tolkien starts with Michel Tolkien, born around 1620 in Kreuzburg.
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Michel's son Christianus Tolkien family was a wealthy miller in Kreuzburg.
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John Ronald Reuel Tolkien family CBE was an English philologist, writer and professor at the University of Oxford.
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Much of Tolkien family's published fiction is a connected body of tales, fictional histories, invented languages, and literary essays about an imagined world called Arda, and Middle-earth in particular, loosely identified as an "alternative" remote past of our own world.
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Tolkien family applied the word legendarium to the totality of these writings.
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Mabel Tolkien family felt the English climate would be better for the boys' health and returned to England with them in 1895.
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The Suffield Tolkien family had a business in a building called Lamb House since 1812.
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Tolkien family taught him a great deal of botany, and she awakened in her son the enjoyment of the look and feel of plants.
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Tolkien family taught him how to write, and her ornate script influenced her son's handwriting in his later life.
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Tolkien family died of acute complications of diabetes in 1904, when Tolkien was twelve, at Fern Cottage in Rednal, which they were then renting.
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Tolkien family served as the inspiration for his fictional character Luthien Tinuviel, an Elven princess and the most beautiful of all the Children of Iluvatar.
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Tolkien family once chased Ronald for plucking mushrooms from his farm.
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In late September 1914, JR R Tolkien stayed with his aunt and brother at the farm for a few days.
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Tolkien family was parish priest at Knutton Roman Catholic Church from 1957 to 1966.
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Tolkien family held the position until 1987 and there oversaw the building of a new school.
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In 1992, they released a book titled The Tolkien Family Album containing photographs and memories of the Tolkien family and giving an account of their father's life to celebrate the centenary birth anniversary of JR R Tolkien.
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Michael Hilary Reuel Tolkien family was a British teacher.
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Tolkien family was JR R Tolkien's second son and was named after JR R Tolkien's brother Hilary.
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In 1941, Michael Hilary Tolkien family served in an anti-aircraft role during the Battle of Britain for which he was awarded the George Medal.
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Tolkien family met a nurse named Joan Audrey Griffith whom he married the same year.
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In 1973, Michael Tolkien published an article about his father in The Sunday Telegraph: "JR R Tolkien – The Wizard Father".
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Tolkien family is best known as his father's literary executor; he is the editor of much of his father's posthumously published work.
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Tolkien family said he did not disapprove of the movies, definitely not "to the point of thinking ill" of those with whom he might disagree.
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Tolkien family last lived in France with his second wife, Baillie Tolkien.
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Tolkien family produced a bust of JR R Tolkien that is displayed in the English Faculty Library at Oxford University.
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Faulconbridge, whom JR R Tolkien knew as a fellow student from King Edward's School, Birmingham.
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Tolkien family was initially known for portrait heads in bronze, some of which she presented in the Royal Academy in 1958.
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Tolkien family made a bust of her father-in-law which the English faculty at Oxford presented to him on his retirement in 1959.
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Tolkien family had it cast in bronze and in 1966 it was placed at the English Faculty Library.
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Tolkien family separated from Christopher in 1964 and divorced from him in 1967.
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Tolkien family was born in Winnipeg to Dr Alan Klass and his wife Helen.
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Tolkien family received her M A from St Hilda's College, Oxford, in 1964.
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Priscilla Mary Anne Reuel Tolkien was born on 18 June 1929, died 28 February 2022 and was the fourth and youngest child of JR R Tolkien, his only daughter.
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Tolkien family took an active part in production of The Lord of the Rings by typing out some early chapters for her father at the age of fourteen.
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Tolkien family completed her B A degree in English at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford in 1951.
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Tolkien family accompanied her father to a two-week holiday in Italy from late July to mid-August 1955.
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Tolkien family was, until her death, the honorary vice-president of the Tolkien Society.
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Tolkien family wrote an article titled "My Father the Artist" in December 1976 for Amon Hen, the bulletin of the Tolkien Society.
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In 1992, she and John published the book The Tolkien Family Album containing pictures of the Tolkien family to celebrate the 100th birth anniversary of their father.
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Tolkien family launched the special Tolkien edition Royal Mail stamps commemorating her father's works in February 2004.
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Michael George Reuel Tolkien family was born on 1943 and is a British poet.
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Michael Tolkien family was educated at The Oratory School in Oxford and then Ampleforth College.
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Tolkien family studied English and Classics at St Andrews University and later a B Phil.
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Tolkien family taught as Head of English at Uppingham School until 1992.
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Michael Tolkien family has two daughters, Catherine, born in 1969 and Ruth, born in 1982.
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Simon Mario Reuel Tolkien family was born on 1959 and is a British barrister and novelist.
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Tolkien family is the only son of Christopher Tolkien and his first wife, Faith Faulconbridge.
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Tolkien family has published several books on vintage clothing and jewellery.
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Tolkien family's second published work, The Inheritance, was published in 2010.
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Simon Tolkien family notably disagreed with the policy of his grandfather's estate in regard to The Lord of the Rings films.
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Royd Allan Reuel Tolkien is a great-grandson of JR R Tolkien.
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Tolkien family was born on 16 July 1969 to Joan Tolkien and Hugh Baker.
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Royd Tolkien family produced a film titled Pimp, wherein he plays himself.
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Tolkien family co-produced a mockumentary video film titled Tontine or possibly Tontine Massacre.
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Tolkien family had a brother, Michael "Mike" Baker, who was born in 1975 and suffered from motor neurone disease.
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Ruth Mary Reuel Tolkien is a great-granddaughter of JR R Tolkien.
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Ruth Tolkien family is registered blind and is believed to be the only blind fencer competing against sighted opponents in British Fencing events.
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Timothy Tolkien was born on October 1962 and is the great-nephew of JR R Tolkien and the grandson of Hilary Tolkien.
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Tolkien family is a sculptor who has designed several monumental sculptures, including the award-winning Sentinel.
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Tolkien family has a public art and metal sculpture business at Cradley Heath, West Midlands.
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Tolkien family is a bass player and member of the band Klangstorm, founded in 1996.
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