Famous Noldor(?): Parentage unknown, Glorfindel was a Lord of Gondolin, renowned for his golden hair and warrior skills. He fell defeating a Balrog in the Fall of Gondolin. One of the mightiest Elves of Middle-earth in the Third Age, he was distinctive because of his return to Middle-earth after death, acting as an emissary of the Valar to aid Gil-galad and Elrond in the struggle against Sauron. "Glorfindel" by Dakkun39 (kazuo) on tumblr.
Teleri_Ships_Drawn_by_Swans Those who come last in Quenya (singular Teler) were the third of the Elf clans who came to Aman. Those who came to Aman became known as the Falmari or "sea elves" and these are the Elves who are generally known as Teleri, though the term also includes their Middle-earth cousins the Sindar, Laiquendi, and Nandor of Middle-earth.
A great singer and minstrel, Maglor held the lands called Maglors Gap; at the end of the First Age seized with Maedhros the two Silmarils that remained in Middle-earth, and cast the one that he took into the Sea.