Círdan was a Sinda, and Lord of the Falathrim during the First Age. He was one of the wisest and most foresighted of the Elves, and by the Second Age the oldest known elf in Middle-Earth. Despite Nowë's (Círdan's original name) great eagerness to see the …
His parents were Eärendil and Elwing. He is thus Half-elven: Eärendil was the child of the mortal Tuor and the elf Idril, while Elwing was the grandchild of Beren (a Man) and Lúthien (daughter of the Elf-king Thingol and the Maia Melian). Consequently, …
Oropher is a Sindarin Elf of Doriath who became the King of the Silvan Elves of Greenwood the Great during the Second Age. His son is Prince Thranduil. He is thus also the grandfather of Legolas. Some of the Sindar of Lindon, not wishing to stay with the …
Amdír was a Sindarin elf from Doriath who left east into Eriador after the War of Wrath. He took over the realm of Lothlórien from the Silvan Elves who had had no lords before, south of where Oropher established a realm among the Silvan Elves of Mirkwood.
In the early Years of the Sun Finrod and Galadriel came to Doriath as guests of Elu Thingol, the King of Doriath. There Celeborn and Galadriel met, fell in love and were wedded. Galadriel remained in Doriath with Celeborn after Finrod went to the Caverns …
At the end of the First Age many Sindar stayed at Lindon, and before S.A. 1000 they travelled eastward. Thranduil and his father, Oropher, eventually ended up in Greenwood the Great, where Silvan Elves of Nandor descent lived. Oropher was taken by them as …