Petunia Daphne Brushwood
Daphne was born in a two-room cottage in Chetwood North, as well as her younger sister, Lily. Their mother died during childbirth when Daphne was six and Lily, four. The babe did not make it either.
Their father did his absolute best to raise his girls, though he was distraught, and always made sure they knew how very loved they both were. Though his brother Edward offered for him and his daughters to move to his farm, her father wished to remain in the cottage with the memories of his wife and continued to work as a seamster in Bree-town to keep them fed and fairly comfortable.
Then, when Daphne was nine, she watched her father writhe in pain from a venomous snakebite. Though everything which could be done was done, it had been too late. He died that night. Daphne had locked Lily out of the room once the pain grew so unbearable.
Daphne and Lily were brought to live with their uncle Edward Jewelweed, his wife and all their many children on Jewelweed Farm. Before, it had been considered sweet that she resembled her father more than her mother. But then it was as though they hated her for reminding them of him.
Only Belinda, the one cousin from her aunt, the sister of Edward and Daph's father, truly loved her. Even her sister turned her back on her. But Belinda looked up to her and Daphne stood up for her when her parents also died and she too, came to live on the farm.
She left the farm directly after Belinda disappeared, when she was about twenty-two years of age.
Since then she has had many jobs, but none have kept her as the Company of the East Road has this far.
A few, though she's not sure how many consider her a friend as well
Depends on how you look at things
Harold, being forced to do push-ups, being compared to others, snakes, the smell of fish jerky, wine, more things.
To keep her "family" safe and happy, become a more pleasant person.