Franklin Portman is the father of Jacob Portman and the son of Abraham Portman .

Early LifeEditar sección Editar

Franklin was neglected by his father, Abraham, the most hurtful incident being that Abraham never showed up to take Franklin Trick-or-Treating, leaving Franklin crying in the driveway. What Franklin, his sister, and mother all assumed was that he was on a trip, when in reality he was hunting wights and hollows. Franklin's relationship with his father was further complicated when his sister discovered Emma's letters, and they assumed that Abraham was having an affair (which was not true).

Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar ChildrenEditar sección Editar

The only family member to join Jacob on the trip to Cairnholm and finds out there's an uncommon bird species there. Progressively gets more depressed and drunk throughout the book. Jacob tries to explain things to Franklin but gets interrupted by Emma, Millard, and Olive.

Hollow CityEditar sección Editar

Jacob has a vision of his father climbing a cliff on Cairnholm, looking for his dead body.

Later, Franklin calls Jacob near the end of the book, informing Jacob that he is also in London with his mother, looking for him. Franklin asks if Jacob is on drugs, but Jacob replies he is peculiar.

Library of SoulsEditar sección Editar

When Jacob sees his father, he had a 3 day beard and seem to have a lack of sleep. Though glad to see Jacob, he was upset that Jacob left unexpectedly left and demanded an answer as to why. Miss Peregrine was going to memory swipe but Jacob stopped her before she did. He believes Jacob's story about not remembering anything until he discovers Emma's letters.

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Jacob PortmanEditar sección Editar

Abraham PortmanEditar sección Editar

Although he was his father, Franklin always had a difficult relationship with Abraham. This was because Abraham was absent for much of his life, out hunting hollows (though Franklin thought they were regular business and hunting trips, etc). While drinking at the pub, Franklin tells Jacob that he thinks Abe went on these trips to deal with the pressure of having to be a father, but not knowing how. He also tells Jacob that "even when he wasaround, it was like he wasn't." 

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  • The picture of the bunny boy (Franklin) was supposedly taken during Halloween, but the date on photo states it was taken during June.