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The title was created at the time of Buckland's founding in III 2340 or soon afterwards (740 by the Shire-reckoning); the line of the Masters continued into the Fourth Age
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Master of the Hall

A title of the head of the Brandybuck family

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Gorhendad
Oldbuck

Approximately twelve
unnamed Masters
Gormadoc
'Deepdelver'

Madoc
'Proudneck'

Sadoc

Marroc

Marmadoc
'Masterful'

Gorbadoc
'Broadbelt'

Three other
children
Rorimac
'Goldfather'

Six other
children
Saradoc
'Scattergold'

Merimac
Meriadoc
'The Magnificent'

The descent of the Masters of the Hall from Gorhendad Oldbuck through his descendants of the Brandybuck clan. Names shown in bold held the office of Master.

A title given to the head of the Brandybuck family of Brandy Hall in Buckland, equivalent to 'Master of Buckland'.

For a list of all the known Masters of the Hall, see the entry for Master of Buckland.

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