Chubb Family

 / Chubb
   An important hobbit-family of the Shire.
   A family of Shire-hobbits, of whom several were present at Bilbo Baggin's Birthday Party. Their main connection with the Baggins family was through Bilbo's grandfather, the Old Took, whose wife Adamanta Chubb was mother to no fewer than twelve children, including Bilbo's mother Belladonna.

J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth glossary. . 2003.

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