Well, that was quick. You got them all right.
Finwe, Feanor, Fingolfin, Fingon, Turgon, Erenion/Gil-galad, following the line through the High Kings of the Noldor in Exile. After Gil-galad was killed by Sauron, the title was not claimed again in Middle-Earth, and reverted to Finarfin in Valinor, who had also previously ruled the Noldor who remained in Valinor beginning after Feanor's departure and death.
Also, from the previous question, I believe the hobbits got their original weapons from Aragorn at Amon Sul in the movies, not Bree.
Ok, here's another movie-related one.
What geographical/directional error appears in this clip at 4:50?
The white mountains are at the Rohirrim's left side instead of their right side as it should be.
Celebrimbor is the son of Curufin, son of Feanor, son of Finwe. Finwe was killed by Morgoth when he attacked Feanor's Home (can't remember its name) where he also stole the Silmarils. Celebrimbor was slain by Sauron.
EDIT: looked it up quickly, Finwe was slain at Formenos
Last edited by crawfs; August 19, 2012 at 12:50 AM.