There were several colonies of Outsiders, the best known of these in Breeland but there was also the village Reedhaven in the Angle of Rhudaur, a yet different Group still lived in the Loeg Ningloron and was known as the River-Folk. Both these groups were descendants of the Stoors. Other Groups of Wild Hobbits were the Wild Hobbits of the Nengaran Bogs and the Periwott around Neffwin Wood in northeastern Arthedain, the Hoarfoots, who resided in the Ettenmoors of Rhudaur along river Hoarwell, remnants of the Woodland-folk of Dunland in Maur Tulhau in the Gloomglens and Reedwater Marshes of Enedhwaith and and small clans called Iloiset Lapset near Forochel.
outside the Westlands
In Banakan, a region close to Aegan, Kârn Ôrd and Khelkâ Sael lived a people akin to the Hobbits of the Shire known as the Fokirio, eastern Halflings, descendants of Harfoots and a lost branch known as the Fairheads. The Nimblefingers were a clan of migatory Outsiders that for unknown reasons had come to the great Swamplands of Geshân in Southern Middle-Earth.
Wild Hobbit Tribes
- the Bounds-Folk along the borders of the Shire
- Durnast Hobbits in Rhovanion
- the Fokirio of Banakan
- the lost tribe of the Fairheads
- the Gammers of the North Downs
- the Gendhari of the farthest East
- the Hoarfoots of Hoarhallow
- the Hobbits of Reedhaven in the Reedwater Marshes
- the Nimblefingers of Geshân
- the northern Hobbits, Ilouset Impset or Iloiset Lapset of Forochel
- the Pendles of Pendle
- the Periwott of Neffwin Wood
- Piram -Halfling-like creatures in Haradrim Mythology.
- the River-Folk
- the Stoors of the Hollin-Folk
- the Stoors of Maur Tulhau
- possibly the Tanâi
- Wildhobbits of the Nengaran-Bogs