Gambling's a really bad hobbit: Tolkien family and Warner Bros at war Wrangle: The Estate of J.R.R. Tolkien author of 'The Hobbit' and 'The. The Tolkien family is an English family whose best-known member is J. R. R. Tolkien, Oxford . Her husband Arthur Tolkien's death in South Africa in left her and their two titled Black & White Ogre Country: The Lost Tales of Hilary Tolkien in Baillie Tolkien (née Klass) is the second wife of Christopher Tolkien. Notable members · Tolkien family tree · References · Attribution. Christopher Tolkien has been awarded the Bodley Medal. a unique collection of original letters, photographs, and postcards from the family of J.R.R. Tolkien. Before the end of the relationship became known to Tolkien's guardian, Father Francis Xavier Morgan, who forbade Tolkien to see Bratt until he was twenty-one. Tolkien , was born in Handsworth , Staffordshire, England. There and Back Again: Love Island's Jess Shears steps out with sparkling band on wedding finger They were married on 16 April at the Cape Town Cathedral, South Africa. It was reported that he had had a falling out with his son Simon over the appropriateness of a film adaptation. A leaf torn from the family tree. Tolkien and the Great War: Reese Witherspoon looks summery in flattering pineapple-print halter dress during tropical getaway Tangerine dream: Much of Tolkien'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 derived from the Old English word middangeard , the lands inhabitable by humans in particular, loosely identified as an "alternative" remote past of our own world. Hilary Duff teases wild storylines on new season of her TV Land hit Younger Twists and turns 'Human Ken Doll' Rodrigo Alves parties in Las Vegas after doctors told him his nose could turn black and FALL OFF if he has more surgery 'It's tough to deal with': The Monsters and the Critics" , "Chaucer as a Philologist [a person who studies language as it relates to culture]: Interview with Michael Tolkien this Saturday. It's a tough job!