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*wink wink* Richard Elliott comes from a well-to-do family from Detroit, Michigan. Elliott (1795 -1864), came to Detroit as one of the area's first formally educated architects.There is a cemetery there that is full of their family. He was a Major in the US Army (Michigan 16th Infantry Regiment) & a Civil War hero who died in battle in 1864 at Topoptomy Creek, VA.Robert had a brother, William, who was a US Army Captain who died at the Battle of Gettysburg.Another of Robert's brothers, Walter Hackett Elliott (1842-1928), also served during the Civil War with the Fifth Ohio Voluteers.I thought ten thousand swords must have leaped from their scabbards, to avenge even a look which threatened her with insult.But the age of chivalry is gone; that of sophisters, economists, and calculators has succeeded...." Travers is scarcely the only critic to have decried screenwriters David Gleeson and Stephen Beresford’s effort to turn the young Tolkien into a human-size Frodo.
And Marjorie was married to orthopedic surgeon Michael Prepon, who passed away in 1993 at 49 years old. You may have seen my third cousin Laura Prepon on television as Donna on "That 70's Show" and the modern day hit "Orange is the New Black".
The family owned an estate called Gray Rocks in Clinton, CT., where she apparently met William, who is listed as a "motor engineer" on his WW1 registration card. In 1933, Natalie makes headlines in the national news as a student at Vassar College.
She vanished from the school for a week until she notified her family that she had entered a convent in Canada.
Elsewhere, Gleeson and Beresford have him quote Beowulf and other Anglo-Saxon poetry from memory.
At Oxford, he finds a mentor and father figure in the towering Germanic philologist Joseph Wright—although naturally the screenwriters can’t resist reminding us that Wright, played by a white-bearded Derek Jacobi, bears a striking resemblance to another white-bearded wizard whose name begins with a “G.” Lily Collins’s Edith—musically talented in her own right but a penniless orphan—dispenses the wisdom of Galadriel to her sweetheart.
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