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    Abbott, Hannah A Hufflepuff in Harry's year.

    Abercrombie, Euan A Gryffindor Student who was sorted in Harry's fifth year.

    Ackerly, Stewart A Ravenclaw student.

    Agrippa A character on a chocolate frog card.

    Alberic A character on a chocolate frog card.

    Aragog Hagrid's acromantula. Currently lives in the Forbidden Forest.

    Archie An old man who likes a healthy breeze around his privates (Quidditch World Cup)

    Avery A death eater

    Baddock, Eleanor A Hufflepuff student.

    Baddock, Malcolm A Slytherin student.

    Bagman, Ludo The former Wimbourne wasps beater who was accused of being a death eater and commentated at the Quidditch World Cup. He lost all his money on bets and couldn't pay his debts.

    Bagman, Otto Ludo Bagman's brother.

    Bagnold, Millicent The Minister of Magic that preceded Cornelius Fudge.

    Bagshot, Bathilda Author of "A History of Magic".

    Bane A centaur.

    Barker One of the creaters of the Twigger 90 Broomstick.

    Barnabas the Barmy At Hogwarts, there is a portrait of him getting clubbed by a troll.

    Belby, Flavius Survive an attack by a Lethifold.

    Bell, Katie One of the chasers for Gryffindor.

    Benedict A middle ages muggle Franciscan monk from Worcestershire

    Binns, ? The History of Magic teacher. He is the only teacher that is a ghost.

    Black, Regulus Death Eater brother of Sirius Black who was killed by another Death Eater for trying to desert.

    Black, Sirius Harry's godfather who was wrongly accused of killing Peter Pettigrew and twelve other muggles. He spent thirteen years in Azkaban.

    Bletchley, Miles The keeper for the Slytherin quidditch team.

    Bloody Baron The Slytherin ghost. Nobody knows how he got all of the blood stains on him.

    Bode, Bodderick An Unspeakable at the Ministry of Magic.

    Bones, Amelia Susan Head of the Department of Magical Law Enforcement.

    Bones, Edgar Brother of Amelia Bones and father of Susan Bones who was killed with his wife (name unknown) working for the Order of the Phoenix.

    Bones, Susan A Hufflepuff in Harry's year who's uncle, aunt and cousin died at the hands of Death Eaters.

    Boot, Terry A Ravenclaw in Harry's year.

    Boothby, Gladys Created the Moon Trimmer broomstick.

    Bott, Bertie Invented "Bertie Bott's Every Flavor Beans".

    Bozo Photographer for the Daily Prophet.

    Bragge, Barberus The Chief of the Wizards' Council in 1269.

    Brande, Rudolf Captain of the Holyhead Harpies.

    Brankovitch III, Elliot Fitchburg Finches seeker.

    Branstone, Eleanor A Hufflepuff student.

    Broadmoor, Karl Falmouth Falcon's beater.

    Broadmoor, Kevin Falmouth Falcon's beater.

    Brocklehurst, Mandy A Ravenclaw in Harry's year.

    Brown, Lavender A Gryffindor in Harry's year.

    Bryce, Frank The Riddle's gardener who was murdered by Lord Voldemort.

    Buckbeak Hagrid's favorite hippogriff.

    Bulstrode, Millicent A Slytherin in Harry's year.

    Bundy, K. A Hogwarts student.

    Barrufio Wizard who said 's' instead of 'f' and wound up with a buffalo on his chest. Also possibly the creator of Baruffio's Brain Elixir.

    Cadogan Eccentric knight who's portrait is in Hogwarts.

    Cappar/Cappar, S. A Hogwarts student.

    Cauldwell, Owen A Hufflepuff student.

    Chang, Cho Harry's crush who is a year older and is also seeker for the Ravenclaw quidditch team.

    Chubb, Agatha Expert in ancient artifacts.

    Circe A character on a chocolate frog card.

    Clagg, Elfrida Preceded Burdock Muldoon as Chief of the Wizards' Council.

    Clearwater, Penelope Percy's Girlfriend, also Head Girl

    Cliodna A character on a chocolate frog card.

    Connolly Irish National Quidditch Player.

    Corner, Michael Ginny's former Ravenclaw boyfriend and member of the DA.

    Crabbe, ? Vincent Crabbe's father and Death Eater.

    Crabbe, Vincent One of Draco Malfoy's henchmen. In one word, a brute.

    Cragg, Elfrida Witch whose portrait is hung in St. Mungo's.

    Crapaud Character in "Helas, Je me suis Transfigure Les Pieds."

    Creevey, Colin Worships Harry. He was petrified when the Chamber of Secrets was opened.

    Creevey, Dennis Colin's younger brother.

    Crockford, Doris A woman at the Leaky Cauldron that kept lining up to shake Harry's hand.

    Crookshanks Hermione's pet who's half-cat and half-kneazle.

    Crouch, Bartemius The deceased head of "International Magical Cooperation".

    Crouch, Bartemius Jr. Tortured Mr. and Mrs. Longbottom and escaped from Azkaban only to stun then impersonate Alastor Moody throughout the previous schoolyear and kill his father. Received the dementor's kiss.

    Davies, Roger Ravenclaw Quidditch Captain, went to the Yule Ball with Fleur Delacour.

    Dawlish An auror for the Ministry of Magic.

    Dearborn, Caradoc Vanished working for the Order of the Phoenix and his body was never found.

    Delacour, Fleur The Beauxbatons school champion.

    Delacour, Gabrielle Fleur's little eight year-old sister whom Harry rescued from the depth's of the lake during hte second task.

    Delaney-Podmore, Sir Patrick The leader of the headless hunt in which Nearly Headless Nick could not participate in.

    Dennis He is in Dudley's little gang of big, stupid, bullies.

    Derwent, Dilys A St. Mungos Healer and former headmaster of Hogwarts.

    Diggle, Dedalus McGonagall suspects that he set off fireworks the day Voldemort fell. He also meets Harry at the Leaky Cauldron.

    Dimitrov, ? Bulgarian National Quidditch Player

    Dippet, Armando One of Hogwarts' previous headmasters.

    Diggory, Amos Cedric's father who is the head of the Department of Magical Transportation in the ministry.

    Diggory, Cedric One of the Hogwart's school champions who was killed by Lord Voldemort. He was a Hufflepuff house student and captain and seeker of the Hufflepuff quidditch team.

    Dobbs, Emma A Hogwarts student.

    Dobby Former house-elf of the Malfoy's. Now works at Hogwarts.

    Doge, Elphias A wheezy-voiced wizard who is part of the Order of the Phoenix and Harry's advance guard.

    Dolohov, Antonin Death Eater that tortured countless muggles and non-Death Eaters.

    Domy/Dorry/ Dorny/Donry A Hogwarts student.

    Dobby The Malfoy's old house elf who now works at Hogwarts.

    Dumbledore, Aberforth Albus Dumbledore's brother who was prosecuted for practicing inappropriate charms on a goat and was a former member of the order of the phoenix.

    Dumbledore, Albus He is the headmaster at Hogwarts and one of the most respected wizards in the world.

    Dunstar, B. A Hogwarts student.

    Dursley, Dudley Harry's fat cousin who is a mean, spoiled, bully.

    Dursley, Marge Vernon Dursley's sister.

    Dursley, Petunia Harry's long necked aunt who spends much of her time spying on the perfectly normal neighbors.

    Dursley, Vernon Harry's big beefy, mean, uncle with hardly any neck who owns a drill company named Grunning's.

    Edgecome, ? Marietta Edgecombe's mother who works in the Department of Magical Transportation in the Ministry of Magic.

    Edgecome, Marietta Cho Chang's sneak friend who betrayed the DA

    Egg, Mordicus Author of The Philosophy of the Mundane: Why the Muggles Prefer Not to Know.

    Elladora Sirius' aunt that started the family tradition of beheading house-elves when they got too old to carry tea trays.

    Emeric the Evil Was mixed up with Uric the Oddball in History of Magic.

    Errol The Weasley family owl.

    Evans, Mark A victim of Dudley's gang.

    Everard A former Hogwarts headmaster.

    Fat Friar The Hufflepuff house resident ghost.

    Fawcett, G. A Hogwarts student.

    Fawkes Dumbledore's phoenix.

    Fenwick, Benjy Died while working for the Order of the Phoenix and only bits of him were found.

    Figg, Arabella Doreen A squib that lives near the Durleys.

    Filch, Argus The Hogwarts caretaker who is a squib and is constantly raging a war againt the students.

    Finch-Fletchley, Justin A Hufflepuff boy that was one of the students to be petrified by the Basilisk in Chamber of Secrets. A casual friend of Harry's.

    Finnigan, Seamus One of Harry's fellow Gryffindor friends.

    Firenze A centaur who rescues Harry from Voldemort. Current divination teacher at Hogwarts.

    Fletcher, Mundungus He tried to put a hex on Arthur Weasley when he had his back turns. Dumbledore also mentions him as one of the "old crowd".

    Flitwick, Filius Charms teacher and head of Ravenclaw house.

    Fluffy Hagrid's giant, three-headed dog.

    Fridwulfa Hagrid's giantess mother.

    Goldstein, Anthony A Ravenclaw student and member of the DA.

    Golgomath A giant and new gurg of the group of giants.

    Goshawk, Miranda Author of "The Standard book of Spells, Grade 2"

    Goyle, Gregory Friend of Draco Malfoy.

    Granger, Hermione A very clever Gryffindor. One of Harry's best friends and always the voice of reason for Ron and Harry.

    Grawp A giant and Hagrid's younger half-brother.

    Gregory the Swarmy There is a statue of him at Hogwarts.

    Grenouille Character in "Helas, Je me suis Transfigure Les Pieds."

    Griffiths, Glynnis Holyhead Harpie's seeker.

    Grimstone, Elias Created the Oakshaft 79 broomstick.

    Griphook A Gringotts goblin.

    Grubbly-Plank, Wilhelmina Substitute teacher for Care of Magical Creatures.

    Grunnion, Alberic On a chocolate frog card.

    Gryffindor, Godric One of the four founders of Hogwarts.

    Gudgeon, Gladys Writes to Gilderoy Lockhart weekly.

    Gunhilda Mentioned in Goodwin Keens's letter

    Gunther the Violent There is a painting of him playing Stichsock.

    Hagrid, Rubeus Hogwarts gamekeeper, Harry, Hermione and Ron's friend. Teaches "Care of Magical Creatures" at Hogwarts.

    Hedwig Found in a History of Magic book. The name of Harry's owl.

    Hengist of Woodcroft Character on Chocolate frog card.

    Herpo the Foul Greek Dark Wizard and parselmouth who was the first person to breed a Basilisk.

    Hermes Percy's owl.

    Higgs, Terence The Slytherin quidditch team's seeker before Malfoy.

    Hooch, Rolanda The quidditch teacher at Hogwarts

    Hopkirk, Mafalda Witch from the Improper Use of magic Office. She sends Harry a warning after Dobby uses a Hover charm.

    Hooper, Geoffrey A Gryffindor who tried out for keeper.

    Hoppy One of Newt Scamander's pet kneazles.

    Horton, Basil One of the creators of the Comet broom company.

    Horton, Keith One of the creators of the Comet broom company.

    Horton, Randolph One of the creators of the Comet broom company.

    Hufflepuff, Helga One of the four powerful witches and wizards that founded Hogwarts. Hufflepuff house is named after her.

    Humberto, The Great Person on show Dudley is mad that he missed when the Dursleys and Harry are running from all of the letters.

    Ivanova Bulgarian National Quidditch Player.

    Jewkes, Leonard Created the silver arrow broomstick

    Jigger, Arsenius Author of "Magical Drafts and Potions."

    Johnson, Angelina Gryffindor student and chaser.

    Jones, Gwenog Captain of the Holyhead Harpies

    Jones, Hestia A pink-cheeked, black-haired witch who is a member of Harry's advance guard.

    Jordan, Lee The Weasley twins' friend. Gryffindor student and announcer for the quidditch matches.

    Jorkins, Bertha Witch employed by the Ministry of Magic. She was abducted in Albania and suffered a terrible fate.

    Jugson A Death Eater

    Karkaroff, Igor Durmstrang Institute headmaster. Former death eater now on the run from Lord Voldemort.

    Karkus The gurg of a group of giants.

    Keddle, Gertie Lived on the Queerditch Marsh and witnessed the evolution of Quidditch.

    Keen, Goodwin Wrote to his cousin Olaf explaining and early game of Quidditch.

    Kettleburn, ? Old Care of Magical Creatures teacher at Hogwarts.

    Kirke, Andrew New Gryffindor beater.

    Kreacher The Blacks' old house elf.

    Krum, Viktor Bulgarian National quidditch team's seeker. Student at Durmstrang, dated Hermione at the Yule Ball.

    Lestrange, Bellatrix Sirius' cousin and murderer.

    Lestrange, Rabastan Rodolphus' brother.

    Lestrange, Rodolphus Belltrix's husband.

    Levski, ? Bulgarian National Quidditch Player.

    Llewellyn, Dai Ward at St. Mungo's Hospital for Magical Maladies and Injuries is probably named after him and his biography, written by Kennilworthy Whisp, is The Wonder of Wigtown Wanderers, He Flew Like a Madman and he was eaten by a Chimaera while on holiday in Mykonds, Greece.

    Lochrin, Guthrie A Scottish wizard who wrote about his broomstick flying in 1107

    Lockhart, Gilderoy Former Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher. Lost his memory. A Wizard celebrity.

    Longbottom?, Algie Neville's great uncle

    Longbottom?, Enid Neville's great aunt

    Longbottom, Frank Neville's father who was tortured by Bellatrix Lestrange and lost his memory.

    Longbottom, Neville An extremely forgetful Gryffindor student.

    Lovegood, Luna An eccentric Ravenclaw student. Her father owns and publishes The Quibbler

    Lupin, Remus Former Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher. Is a werewolf.

    MacDougal, Morag Student at Hogwarts mentioned in the sorting.

    Lynch, Aidan Irish National Quidditch Team seeker

    MacBoom Clan Said to have been transfigured into Quintapeds.

    MacBoom, Quintius Said to have led to the death of Dugald McClivert.

    Macmillan, Ernie Hufflepuff student; friend of Justin Finch-Fletchley, who was petrified when the Chamber of Secrets was opened.

    Macnair, Walden Executioner for the Ministry of Magic and a Death Eater.

    Macdonald, Mangus Started a campaign to reintroduce Creaothceann in the 1960s.

    MacDougal, Morag A Hogwarts student.

    MacFarlan, Hamish Montrose Magpies captain.

    MacFusty Clan Dwelled in the Hebrides for centuries and have traditionally taken responsibility for the management of their native dragons.

    Madley, Laura A Hufflepuff student.

    Mafalda Mrs. Weasley's stock broker, second cousin's daughter who is a nosy know-it-all Slytherin.

    Magorian Chestnut centaur who lives in the Forbidden Forest.

    Malecrit French playwright who wrote "Helas, Je me suis Transfigure Les Pieds."

    Malfoy, Draco Harry's arch-nemesis. A Slytherin student and seeker.

    Malfoy, Lucius Draco's father.

    Malfoy, Narcissa Draco's pale-faced mother.

    Malkin, Madam Owns robe shop.

    Marchbanks, Griselda Head of the Wizarding Examinations Authority, O.W.L. examiner, and a Wizengamot elder and is loyal to Dumbledore.

    Mason, Mr. and Mrs. A rich builder and wife who come to a dinner party at the Dursley's on Harry's twelfth birthday.

    Mauler One of Newt Scamander's pet kneazles.

    Maxime, Olympe Half-giant headmistress of Beauxbatons Academy.

    McClivert Clan Said to have transfigured the MacBoom clan into Quintapeds.

    McClivert, Dugald Said to have dueled with Quintius MacBoom.

    McCormack, Catriona Pride of Portee Chaser.

    McCormack, Kirle Lead guitarist of the Weird Sisters and son of Catriona McCormack.

    McCormack, Meaghan Pride of Portee keeper and daughter of Catriona McCormack.

    McDonald, Morag A Hogwarts student.

    McDonald, Natalie A Gryffindor student.

    McGonagall, Minerva The strict Transfiguration teacher. Is Head of Gryffindor house and Deputy Headmistress of Hogwarts.

    McGuffin, Jim Muggle weatherman.

    McKinnons, Marlene Former member of the Order of the Phoenix who was killed along with her family.

    Meadowes, Dorkas Personally killed by Voldemort while in the Order of the Phoenix.

    Melifua, Araminta Cousin of Sirius' mother that tried to force through a Ministry bill to make Muggle-hunting legal.

    Merlin Character on Chocolate Frog card.

    Midgeon, Eloise Hogwarts pupil who accidently removed her nose while trying to cure her acne.

    Milly One of Newt Scamander's pet kneazles.

    Mimsy-Porpington, Sir Nicholas de Nearly Headless Nick's real name.

    Moaning Myrtle Unhappy girl ghost that haunts the upstairs girls' bathroom.

    Mockridge, Cuthbert Head of the Goblin Liaison Office.

    Moody, Alastor Former Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher. Highly successful auror, was stunned and kept in a box throughout the entire schoolyear at Hogwarts while he was being impersonated by the late Bartemius Crouch Jr.

    Moon, ? Hogwarts student mentioned in sorting.

    Moony Remus Lupin's childhood nickname.

    Moor, Badmin Never caught the snitch in a game in 1884.

    Mopsy A batty dog lover that lives on the edge of Hogsmeade.

    Moran, ? Irish National Quidditch Player

    Morgan, Gwendolyn Holyhead Harpies player.

    Morgana Character on Chocolate Frog card.

    Mosag Acromantula who is Aragog's wife.

    Mostafa, Hassan Quidditch World Cup referee, Chairwizard of the International Assosiation of Quidditch.

    Mrs. Norris Filch's cat that stalks the hallways of Hogwarts in search of any rule-breaking.

    Mulciber Death Eater who specialized in the Imperius curse.

    Muldoon, Burdocka Chief of the wizards council in the fourteenth century.

    Mullet, ? Irish National Quidditch Player

    Mumps, Zacharias Set down the first full description of Quidditch in 1398.

    Murray, Eunice. Montrose Magpies seeker.

    Nagini Voldemort's snake.

    Nearly Headless Nick The Gryffindor house resident ghost. His head is held on by a miniscule piece of flesh.

    Nettlez, Z. Customer of the quikspell course.

    Nigellus, Phineas Sirius' great-great-grandfather and least popular headmaster Hogwarts ever had.

    Norbert Hagrid's Norweigan Ridgeback dragon.

    Nott, Theodore A Death Eater equal to that of Lucius Malfoy.

    Nott Jr., Theodore A Slytherin student.

    Ogden, Tiberius A Wizengamot elder.

    O'Hare, Darren Kenmare Kestrels' keeper and Heidelberg Harriers' captain.

    Olaf Cousin of Goodwin Keen.

    Ollerton, Barnaby One of the creators of the Clean Sweep company.

    Ollerton, Bill One of the creators of the Clean Sweep company.

    Ollerton, Bob One of the creators of the Clean Sweep company.

    Ollivander, owns wand shop.

    Oona A person from an inn mentioned in Goodwin Keen's letter.Padfoot Sirius Black's childhood Hogwarts nickname.

    Paracelsus Name of wizard depicted on a wizard trading card

    Parkin, Walter His seven children were the seven original players of the team, the Wigtown Wanderers.

    Parkinson, Pansy A Slytherin girl with a face like a pug.

    Patil, Padma Ravenclaw student that went with Ron to the Yule Ball. Twin sister of Parvati Patil.

    Patil, Parvati Gryffindor student that went with Harry to the Yule Ball. Twin sister of Padma Patil.

    Peasegood, Abraham Eighteenth century wizard who invented Quadpot.

    Peasegood, Arnold An Obliviator-member of the Accidental Magical Reversal Squad of the ministry of magic.

    Peeves Hogwart's poltergeist.

    Perks, Sally-Anne A Hogwarts student.

    Pettigrew, Peter One of James Potter's old friends. Also goes by the name "Wormtail."

    Pigwidgeon Ron's owl.

    Pince, Irma Hogwarts' Librarian

    Pittiman, Radolphus Uric the Oddball's biographer

    Plumpton, Roderick Fastest player to ever catch the snitch at 3 and half seconds.

    Podmore, Sturgis A member of Harry's advance guard and Order of the Phoenix member.

    Pokeby, Gulliver Author of Why I Didn't Die When the Augrey Cried.

    Polkiss, Piers Dudley's friend. He goes to the zoo with the Dursleys and Harry.

    Porskoff, Petrova The Porskoff Ploy was named after her - was a Russian chaser.

    Pomfrey, Poppy The Hogwarts school nurse. Harry sees her quite often.

    Potter, Harry "The boy who lived". Harry lives with his aunt, uncle, and cousin that despise him before learning that he is a wizard. He goes to the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.

    Potter, James Harry's father who was killed by Lord Voldemort.

    Potter, Lily Harry's mother who was also killed by Lord Voldemort.

    Potts, Nugent Quidditch referee who was pierced in the nose by an arrow.

    Prang, Ernie Driver of the Knight Bus.

    Prewett, Fabian Member of the Order of the Phoenix that was killed alongside his brother Gideon by 5 Death Eaters.

    Prewett, Gideon Member of the Order of the Phoenix that was killed alongside his brother Fabian by 5 Death Eaters.

    Pritchard, Graham A Slytherin Student.

    Prod, D.J. Customer of the Kwikspell course.

    Prongs James Potter's childhood nickname.

    Prudence Her sister, Modesty Rabnott, wrote her a letter explaining Barberus Bragge releasing the famous snidget in 1269.

    Ptolemy Character on Chocolate Frog card. Ron doesn't have this one.

    Pucey, Adrian A Slytherin chaser and student.

    Puddifoot, ? Owner of the tea shop in Hogsmeade.

    Pye, Augustus Trainee healer at St. Mungo's.

    Pyrites A Death Eater with white silk gloves.

    Quigley Irish National Quidditch Player.

    Quirke, Orla A Ravenclaw student.

    Quirrell, ? Former Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher who is now dead.

    Rabnott, Modesty Witnessed Barberus Bragge releasing the famous snidget in 1269.

    Rackharrow, Urquhart Inventor of the Entrail-Expelling Curse.

    Radulf Blacksmith mentioned in Goodwin Keen's letter.

    Ravenclaw, Rowena One of the four great wizards and witches that founded Hogwarts. Ravenclaw house is named after her.

    Riddle, Tom Tom Marvolo Riddle's father.

    Riddle, Tom Marvolo a.k.a. Lord Voldemort - tried to murder Harry.

    Rier, Evan Death Eater who died in a fight with Mad-Eye Moody.

    Roberts, ? Muggle who owns a camp site.

    Ronan A centaur who lives in the Forbidden Forest.

    Rookwood, Augustus Death Eater who was a spy and gave Voldemort information about the Department of Mysteries.

    Rosmerta, ? Bartender of The Three Broomsticks in Hogsmeade.

    Ryan, Barry Irish National Quidditch Team keeper.

    Scabbers Ron's rat that turned out to be Peter Pettigrew.

    Scamander, Newt Author of "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them"

    Scamander, Porpentina Newt Scamander's wife.

    Scrimgeour, Brutus Author of The Beaters' Bible

    Shacklebolt, Kingsley Tall, Black Wizard who is an auror and in charge of the hunt for Sirius.

    Shunpike, Stan Conductor of the Knight Bus.

    Sinistra, ? Astronomy teacher of Hogwarts.

    Skeeter, Rita Daily Prophet writer who writes horrible lies about people including Harry, Hermione and Hagrid.

    Slinkhard, Wilbert Author of Defensive Magical Theory.

    Sloper, Jack Gryffindor quidditch team beater.

    Slytherin, Salazar One of the four whiches and wizards who founded Hogwarts. Slytherin house is named after him. He created the Chamber of Secrets.

    Smethley, Veronica One of Gilderoy Lockhart's fans.

    Smethwyck, Elliot Invented the cushioning charm.

    Smethwyck, Hippocrates Healer at St. Mungo's.

    Smith, Zacharias A member of the DA.

    Snape, Severus The greasy haired potions teacher whom is head of Slytherin house and hates Harry.

    Spinnet, Alicia A Gryffindor chaser and student.

    Spore, Phyllida Author of "One Thousand Magical Herbs and Fungi."

    Sprout, Pomona Herbology teacher and head of Hufflepuff house.

    Stalk, Blenheim Author of Muggles Who Notice.

    Strout, Miriam Healer for St. Mungo's.

    Stroulger, Edward Famous Witches/Wizard Cards

    Stump, Grogan Minister of Magic in 1811.

    Summerbee, Felix Inventor of Cheering Charms.

    Switch, Emeric Author of "A Beginners' Guide to Transfiguration."

    Sykes, Jocunda The first one to ever cross the Atlantic Ocean on a broomstick in 1935.Ted Muggle news reporter.

    Tenebrus Hagrid's favorite thestral.

    Thickey, Janus Faked her own death by writing she was killed by a Lethifold.

    Thomas, Dean A tall, black Gryffindor student who is a very good drawer.

    Tofty, ? An O.W.L. examiner.

    Tom Bartender at the Leaky Cauldron.

    Tonks, Andromeda Sirius' favorite cousin and mother to Nymphadora Tonks.

    Tonks, Nymphadora Member of Harry's Advance Guard, metamorphmagus, and auror.

    Tonks, Ted Slobbish muggle and father to Nymphadora Tonks.

    Travers Death Eater who murdered the McKinnons.

    Trelawney, Sibyll The misty eyed Divination teacher with huge glasses.

    Tremlett, Donaghan Bass player for the Weird Sisters.

    Trevor Neville's toad.

    Trimble, Quentin Author of "The Dark Forces: A Guide ot Self Protection."

    Troy Irish National Quidditch Player.

    Turpin, Lisa A Ravenclaw student.

    Ugga Mentioned in Goodwin Keen's letter.

    Umbridge, Delores Jane Senior Undersecretary to the Minister of Magic and former High Inquisitor of Hogwarts.

    Umfraville, Quintius Author of The Noble Sport of Warlocks.

    Uric the Oddball Slept in a room containing no fewer than fifty pet Augureys.

    Uric the Oddball was mixed up with Emeric the Evil in History of Magic.

    Vablatsky, Cassandra Author of "Unfogging the Future."

    Vance, Emmeline A stately looking witch who is a member of Harry's Advance Guard.

    Vector, ? Arithmancy teacher at Hogwarts.

    Viridian, Vindictus Author of "Curses and Countercurses."

    Violet There is a portrait of her in Hogwarts, friends with the fat lady.

    Voldemort The dark lord. Most wizards refer to him as "you-know-who" or "he-who-must-not-be-named".

    Volkov Bulgarian National Quidditch Player.

    Vulchanov Bulgarian National Quidditch Player.

    Waffling, Adalbert Author of "A Magical Theory."

    Warbeck, Celestina A popular singing sorceress.

    Warrington, C. A Hogwarts student.

    Weasley, Arthur Ron's father who is head of the "Misuse of Muggle Artifacts Office" in the ministry.

    Weasley, Bill The eldest Weasley brother. Is a charm-breaker at Gringotts.

    Weasley, Charlie The second eldest Weasley brother. He breeds dragons in Romania.

    Weasley, Fred and George Ron's two year older twins who are funny and beaters for the Gryffindor quidditch team.

    Weasley, (Ginevra) Ginny The youngest Weasley. Has a crush on Harry.

    Weasley, Molly The mother of all of the Weasley kids.

    Weasley, Percy Ignatius The strict rule-abiding Weasley who now works in the Ministry.

    Weasley, Ron Harry's best friend at Hogwarts. Like his five older brothers, he is in Gryffindor house.

    Whisp, Kennilworthy Author of Quidditch Through the Ages.

    Whitby, Kevin A Hufflepuff Student.

    Widdershins, Willy Behind the regurgitation toilets.

    Wigworthy, Wilhelm Author of Home Life and Habits of British Muggles.

    Wimple, Gilbert Part of the Committee on Experimental Charms, has horns.

    Winky Mr. Crouch's former house elf.

    Wood, Oliver The former Gryffindor quidditch team's captain who now is a reserve for Puddlemere United (unknown position).

    Worme, Augustus Commissioned the first edition of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.

    Wormtail Peter Pettigrew's childhood Hogwarts nickname.

    Wright, Bowman Created the Golden Snitch.

    Wronski, Josef Wronski Feint was named after him and was the seeker for the Grodzisk Goblins.

    Youdle, Cyprian Norfolk referee that died during a quidditch match.

    Yvonne Aunt Petunia's friend that is vacationing in Majorca during the first book.

    Zabini, Blaise A Slytherin student.

    Zamojski, Ludislaw Poland's top chaser.

    Zeller, Rose A Hufflepuff student.

    Zograf, Bulgarian National Quidditch Player.

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    Um, well, it seems Jonathan has it all covered, good job!!

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    some of my ideas are all from Jonathan!!! Good job!

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    Abbott, Hannah A Hufflepuff in Harry's year. She has blond hair, which she wore in pigtails in her first year [PS/SS7]. She became a Prefect in her fifth year [OOTP10] and was also a member of the DA [OOTP16]. Her mother was found dead the following year, and Hannah had to be taken out of a Herbology class to be told the bad news. She left the school at this point and hasn’t been seen since [HBP11].

    Abbott, Mrs. Mother of Hannah, she was found dead, presumably killed by Death Eaters [HBP11].

    Abercrombie, Euan A Gryffindor Student who was sorted during Harry's fifth year. He has prominent ears that prevented the Sorting Hat from falling down to cover his face [OOTP11].

    Ackerly, Stewart A Ravenclaw student who was sorted in Harry’s fourth year [GOF12].

    Aesalon, Falco An ancient Greek, the first recorded Animagus. He could transform himself into a falcon [FW].

    Agnes A furry-headed witch in the Janus Thickey long-term residents' ward at St. Mungo's Hospital, where she was being treated alongside Gilderoy Lockhart, Broderick Bode and Frank and Alice Longbottom. She could only bark instead of talking, but her son had sent Christmas presents and was coming to visit anyway [OOTP23].

    Agrippa, Cornelius A German 16th century philosopher and author of Three Books of Occult Philosophy. Cornelius appears on a Chocolate Frog card [FW, PS6].

    Alderton, Archibald A wizard famous for blowing up the hamlet of Little Dropping, Hampshire, when he tried to magically mix a birthday cake [FW].

    Alecto See "Carrow, Alecto".

    Alguff the Awful A foul-smelling and irritating goblin known for trying to sell his sweat to a Dungbomb manufacturer [FW].

    Amycus See "Carrow, Amycus"

    Andros the Invincible An ancient Greek, the only known wizard to have produced a Patronus the size of a giant [FW].

    Aragog Hagrid's Acromantula. Hagrid obtained him when he was still in the egg, and kept him as a pet at school. After he was framed by Tom Riddle for being the monster from the Chamber of Secrets, he escaped to live in the Forbidden Forest. Hagrid found him a wife, Mosag, with whom he had plentiful enormous offspring, who once tried to eat Harry and Ron [COS15]. Aragog is now deceased, having died of old age during Harry’s sixth year [HBP22].

    Archie An old wizard who was wearing a long flowery nightgown at the Quidditch World Cup in a mailed attempt to look like a Muggle. He refused to change into trousers, however, because he wanted to keep a healthy breeze round his privates [GOF7].

    Arnold A purple Pygmy Puff belonging to Ginny Weasley. She bought him from Weasleys Wizard Wheezes [HBP6] and carries him around on her shoulder [HBP14].

    Aubrey, Bertram A boy who was hexed by James Potter and Sirius Black whilst at school. His head expanded to twice its normal size, for which James and Sirius were given a double detention [HBP24].

    Avery A Death Eater who was part of the school gang that included the Lestranges and Severus Snape. He managed to avoid Azkaban after the fall of Voldemort by pretending to have been acting under the Imperius Curse [GOF27]. Voldemort was not impressed with his level of commitment and tortured him with the Cruciatus Curse in the graveyard at Little Hangleton [GOF33]. Avery later supplied incorrect information about who could retrieve Prophecies from the Department of Mysteries, and suffered Voldemort's displeasure once more [OOTP26].

    Avery Snr An associate of Tom Riddle at Hogwarts and a member of the Slug Club. He is likely to be the father of the Avery who went to school with Severus Snape and joined the Death Eaters [HBP17].

    B, R. A. The mysterious thief of Lord Voldemort’s locket Horcrux, believed by many to be Regulus Black [HBP28].

    Babbling, Batusheda The teacher of Ancient Runes at Hogwarts. Professor Babbling is a witch [JKR Website].

    Baddock, Malcolm A Slytherin student who was sorted in Harry’s fourth year [GOF12].

    Bagman Father of Ludo and Otto Bagman, with friends in the Ministry of Magic.

    Bagman, Ludo A former Beater for Wimbourne Wasps and England, and a very good Quidditch player indeed. Ludo was accused of being a Death Eater after being found collecting information for Augustus Rookwood, but found not guilty as he had no idea that Rookwood was on Voldemort’s side [GOF30]. After his retirement from Quidditch, he put on a lot of weight and went on to become the Head of the Department of Magical Games and Sports [GOF5]. He got into difficulties with gambling, however, and ended up owing an awful lot of money to the Goblins. When he lost bets at the Quidditch World Cup, he attempted to pay with Leprechaun gold, incurring the wrath of Fred and George Weasley amongst others. He attempted to pay off his debts by placing a large bet on Harry to win the Triwizard Tournament, but this failed as the Goblins ruled that Harry only jointly won, and did not triumph outright. Bagman went on the run after the Third Task and has not been seen since [GOF37].

    Bagman, Mr Father of Ludo and Otto Bagman. He was friends with Augustus Rookwood before the latter was unmasked as a Death Eater [GOF30].

    Bagman, Otto Ludo Bagman's brother. Arthur Weasley helped him out of trouble over an enchanted lawnmower, in return for which Ludo got him a set of Top Box tickets for the Quidditch World Cup [GOF5].

    Bagnold, Millicent The Minister of Magic who preceded Cornelius Fudge. When she retired, a lot of people wanted Dumbledore to take the job, but he didn’t want it, and so it went to Cornelius Fudge instead. Despite the fact that Dumbledore never applied for the job at all, Fudge has been mistrustful of him ever since [OOTP5].

    Bagshot, Bathilda Author of A History of Magic [PS/SS5].

    Bane A black Centaur who strongly disapproves of interaction with humans. Bane referred to Firenze as a “common mule” for carrying Harry on his back, and warned Bane against stepping in to save him [PS/SS15]. It was also Bane that ended up carrying Dolores Umbridge off into the Forbidden Forest [OOTP33].

    Barbary, Heathcote The guitarist with the wizarding pop group The Weird Sisters [FW].

    Barker, Mr. One of the creators of the ill-fated Twigger 90 broomstick in 1990 [QA].

    Barkwith, Musidora A composer who wrote a piece – the Wizarding Suite – that included an exploding tuba. A performance of the work in Ackerly in 1902 caused the roof to be blown off the town hall, and it has now been banned [FW].

    Barnabas the Barmy A wizard who once foolishly attempted to train Trolls to perform ballet. The entrance to the Room of Requirement is opposite a tapestry depicting the event, which shows the Trolls repeatedly clubbing him [OOTP18].

    Barny the Fruitbat The mascot for the Ballycastle Bats Quidditch team and the star of a series of commercials for Butterbeer. Barny is, apparently, “just batty” about the stuff [QA].

    Baruffio A wizard who, according to Professor Flitwick, said 's' instead of 'f' whilst trying to say the incantation to a spell and wound up with a buffalo on his chest [PS/SS10]. Also possibly the creator of Baruffio's Brain Elixir, which is alleged to improve brainpower [OOTP31].

    Bashir, Ali A flying carpet dealer who was desperate to export goods to the UK. Unfortunately for him, carpets are defined as a Muggle Artefact by the Registry of Proscribed Charmable Objects, and are thus illegal in Britain. Arthur told Ali this on several occasions, and Ali was not amused [GOF7].

    Basil A wizard from the Ministry who was working at the Portkey arrival station at the Quidditch World Cup. He was unsuccessfully attempting to look like a Muggle by wearing a kilt and a poncho [GOF7].

    Bayliss, Hetty A Muggle resident of Norfolk who saw Harry and Ron's flight to school in the Ford Anglia [COS5]. Exactly what Ron and Harry were doing flying over Norfolk when they were meant to be traveling from London to Scotland is perhaps more of a mystery.

    Beamish, Oswald A campaigner for Goblin rights [FW].

    Belby, Damocles The inventor of the Wolfsbane Potion. He is the uncle of Hogwarts student Marcus Belby, but Marcus rarely sees him due to a disagreement between Damocles and Marcus’ father [HBP7].

    Belby, Flavius A wizard who was attacked by a Lethifold whilst on holiday in Papua New Guinea in 1782. He saw it off with a Patronus Charm, and wrote what is the earliest known account of a Lethifold attack and the defence against one. Flavius was also the President of his local Gobstones Club [FB].

    Belby, Marcus A Ravenclaw student a year above Harry, whose uncle Damocles invented the Wolfsbane Potion. Horace Slughorn considered allowing him into the Slug Club, but decided not to when he found out that Marcus never sees his uncle [HBP7].

    Belby, Mr. Father of Marcus Belby, he fell out with Damocles Belby and has little to do with him [HBP7].

    Belcher, Humphrey The inventor of the ill-advised cheese cauldron [HBP10].

    Bell, Katie One of the Chasers on the Gryffindor Quidditch team [PS/SS11] and member of the DA [OOTP16]. She was severely injured by a cursed necklace supplied to her by Draco Malfoy in his failed attempt to kill Professor Dumbledore, and spent several months recovering in St Mungo’s [HBP12].

    Benson, Amy A young resident of the orphanage that Tom Riddle Jnr grew up in. She ill-advisedly went into a cave with Tom and was never the same again [HBP13].

    Binns, Cuthbert The excruciatingly dull ghost who still teaches History of Magic. He fell asleep in front of the staff-room fire one night, and got up to teach as normal in the morning, not realizing that he had died in the interim [PS/SS8].

    Bishop, Dennis Another young resident of the orphanage that Tom Riddle Jnr grew up in. He also ill-advisedly went into a cave with Tom and was never the same again [HBP13].

    Black Family Further information about the rest of the Blacks who appear on the Black Family Tree.

    Black, Regulus The younger brother of Sirius Black. Unlike Sirius, Regulus followed in the family tradition of believing in pure-blood supremacy. He was sorted into Slytherin, and became a Death Eater after he left the school. When he realized what Voldemort's campaign really involved he tried to desert, but died soon afterwards. Sirius believes he was killed by Death Eaters, but not by Voldemort himself as he wasn't important enough [OOTP6]. Many people believe that Regulus is the mysterious RAB who stole Voldemort's locket Horcrux [HBP28].

    Black, Sirius The best friend of James Potter, the best man at James and Lily's wedding, and Harry's godfather [POA10]. Sirius was an animagus who could transform into a big black dog at will. His nickname, Padfoot, derives from this ability [POA18]. He was wrongly accused of killing Peter Pettigrew and twelve Muggles following the murder of James and Lily, and spent thirteen years in Azkaban [POA10]. He finally escaped and rejoined the Order of the Phoenix after Voldemort's return, allowing them to use his family home as headquarters [OOTP4]. He was later killed by Death Eater Bellatrix Lestrange in the battle at the Department of Mysteries [OOTP35].

    Blane, Balfour The wizard who set up the Committee on Experimental Charms [FW].

    Bletchley, Miles The Keeper for the Slytherin Quidditch team for the vast majority of Harry's time at Hogwarts [PS/SS11].

    Bloody Baron The Slytherin ghost, feared by many. Nobody knows how he got bloodstains on him, least of all Nearly-Headless Nick [PS/SS7]. The Bloody Baron is the only person who has any control over Peeves [PS/SS16].

    Bloxam, Beatrix The author of a series of children's books called The Toadstool Tales. They cause readers to vomit and have been banned [FW].

    Bludd, Blodwyn The Vampire from the Valleys. He is famous for singing to his victims before biting them [FW].

    Boardman, Stubby The lead singer of the wizarding pop group The Hobgoblins. He retired from public life after being hit on the ear by a turnip during a concert at Little Norton Church Hall. An article in The Quibbler claimed that Stubby and Sirius Black are one and the same [OOTP10].

    Bob A big, bearded wizard who works for the Ministry, most likely in the Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures. He was carrying a fire-breathing chicken in a big box when he met Harry and Arthur Weasley, which he believed to be a serious breach of the Ban on Experimental Breeding [OOTP7].

    Bobbin, Melinda A member of Horace Slughorn's Slug Club. Her family runs a chain of apothecaries [HBP11].

    Bode, Broderick An Unspeakable at the Ministry of Magic [GOF7]. He was put under the Imperius Curse by Lucius Malfoy and although he fought very hard against it, he was still forced to attempt to retrieve the Prophecy about Harry and Voldemort from the Department of Mysteries [OOTP26]. The injuries he received from attempting to touch the Prophecy left him unable to speak or recognize what was going on around him. He was treated in the Janus Thickey long-term residents' ward at St. Mungo's Hospital [OOTP23], until he was killed by a Devil's Snare plant sent to him by one of Voldemort's cronies, presumably to silence him as he seemed to be getting better [OOTP25].

    Bole A Slytherin Beater, two years above Harry at school. He was, apparently, no brighter than Crabbe or Goyle - who became the new Beaters after Bole left, and Angelina Johnson though him so stupid she was surprised he managed to find his way onto the pitch for games [OOTP19].

    Bonaccord, Pierre The first Supreme Mugwump of the International Confederation of Wizards, who put in place a scheme to outlaw Troll-hunting and give Trolls more rights. A particularly violent group of Mountain Trolls was causing a lot of trouble in Liechtenstein at the time, with the result that the wizards of that country opposed Bonaccord's appointment to the post, but he got it anyway [OOTP31].

    Bones, Amelia A broad, square-jawed witch with very short grey hair and a monocle. She was the Head of the Department of Magical Law Enforcement and a member of the Wizengamot. In the latter capacity she was part of the committee that heard Harry's case when he was charged with casting the Patronus Charm in front of a Muggle, but seemed much friendlier towards Harry than certain other Wizengamot members [OOTP8]. She was killed a year later, possibly by Lord Voldemort himself, in a particularly nasty fashion that even made the Muggle news [HBP1].

    Bones, Edgar The brother of Amelia Bones and uncle of Susan Bones, and a "great wizard" according to Alastor Moody. He was killed with his family while working for the Order of the Phoenix [OOTP9].

    Bones, Mrs. Wife of Edgar Bones, killed by Death Eaters [OOTP9].

    Bones, Mr., Sr. Grandfather of Susan Bones, killed by Death Eaters [B&N Interview, 2000].

    Bones, Mrs., Sr. Grandmother of Susan Bones, killed by Death Eaters [B&N Interview, 2000].

    Bones, Susan A Hufflepuff in Harry's year, who wears her hair in a long plait down her back [PS/SS7, OOTP16]. She was a member of the DA during her fifth year [OOTP16]. Many of whose relatives were killed by Voldemort's followers, leading her to sympathise with Harry about what it was like [OOTP25].

    Bonham, Mungo Celebrated healer and founder of St. Mungo's Hospital for Magical Ailments and Injuries [JKR Website]. It is unclear whether he's a real saint or not.

    Boot, Terry A Ravenclaw in Harry's year [PS/SS7]. He joined the DA in his fifth year with his friends Anthony Goldstein and Michael Corner [OOTP16].

    Boothby, Gladys The witch who invented the Moontrimmer broomstick in the early twentieth century for higher altitude flying [QA].

    Borage, Libatius The author of the Potions textbook Advanced Potion-Making [HBP9].

    Borgin, Mr The rather oily and fawning co-owner of Borgin and Burkes, retailers of Dark objects, in Knockturn Alley. He sucked up to Lucius Malfoy whilst he was in the shop, but was rather ruder about him once he'd left [COS4]. A visit from Draco Malfoy four years later made him rather ill-at-ease, but he still managed to bow one of his deepest bows. He was also composed enough to spot Hermione's crude attempt to find out what Draco was up to and throw her out of the shop [HBP6].

    Bott, Bertie The inventor of Bertie Bott's Every Flavor Beans [PS/SS6].

    Bozo The rather paunchy photographer for The Daily Prophet. He accompanies Rita Skeeter and takes the photographs to go with her sweetly worded articles [GOF18, GOF24].

    Bradley A Chaser for the Ravenclaw Quiddtich team [OOTP30].

    Bragge, Barberus Chief of the Wizards' Council during the 13th Century, and the man who introduced the Golden Snidget (later to become the Golden Snitch) to Quidditch. In 1269, Bragge took a caged Snidget to a game and promised to give 150 Galleons to the player who caught it during the game. Predictably, the players ignored the Quaffle completely and raced after the Snidget, until it was rescued by one Modesty Rabnott. Despite the chaotic scenes at this one game, the Snidget, and later the Snitch, became a part of the game of Quidditch from that point on [QA].

    Bran the Bloodthirsty A giant who lived in a castle at the top of an enchanted beanstalk. He was fond of eating bread made with ground bones and drinking the blood of Englishmen, and was eventually slain by a boy named Jack [FW].

    Brand, Rudolf The captain of the Heidelburg Harriers Quidditch team during the 1950s. After the classic encounter with Holyhead Harpies in 1953 he proposed marriage to his opposite number Gwendoline Morgan, who promptly concussed him with her broomstick [QA].

    Brankovitch, Maximus III The Seeker for the US Quidditch team the Fitchburg Finches and Captain of the US national side [QA].

    Branstone, Eleanor A Hufflepuff student who was sorted in Harry's fourth year [GOF12].

    Broadmoor, Karl A notoriously violent Beater for the Falmouth Falcons Quidditch team. The other Beater on the team was his brother Kevin. The two played for the Falcons between 1958 and 1969 and during that time were suspended on no fewer than 14 occasions for foul play [QA].

    Broadmoor, Kevin The other notoriously violent Beater for the Falmouth Falcons Quidditch team [QA].

    Brocklehurst, Mandy A Ravenclaw in Harry's year [PS/SS7].

    Brookstanton, Rupert "Axebanger" A wizard whose name Hermione found whilst researching people with the initials RAB who might have stolen Voldemort's Horcrux [HBP30].

    Brother Benedict A Franciscan Monk from Worcestershire who was once attacked by a Jarvey, which he believed to be a talking ferret [FB].

    Brother Boniface A monk from the same Worcestershire monastery as Brother Benedict. Brother Boniface was renowned throughout the brotherhood for his production of turnip wine [FB].

    Brown, Lavender A Gryffindor in Harry's year. She's very keen on Divination and idolizes Sybill Trelawney, and is best friends with Parvati Patil. She once owned a rabbit called Binky, who was eaten by a fox [POA8]. She became a part of the DA during her fifth year [OOTP16], and was also the first girlfriend of Ron Weasley, who snogged her repeatedly in public with some gusto [HBP14].

    Bryce, Frank The gardener who worked for the Riddle family in Little Hangleton. He was injured during the war and became something of a recluse, living only to tend his beloved garden. He was initially suspected of involvement in the murder of the Riddle family, but later cleared. When Voldemort returned to the house over fifty years later, his presence in the house alerted Frank, who went to investigate. Frank was then murdered for his trouble [GOF1].

    Buckbeak One of the Hippogriffs in the Hogwarts herd. Buckbeak warmed to Harry and allowed Harry to ride him. He then gored Draco Malfoy for insulting him [POA6]. Buckbeak was sentenced to death, but saved by Harry and Hermione traveling back in time. Sirius Black then flew to freedom on his back [POA21]. He was renamed Witherwings at this point to avoid detection by the Ministry of Magic, and lived with Sirius at 12 Grimmauld Place after this until Sirius died [OOTP35]. Harry became his owner at this point, and he placed Buckbeak in the care of Hagrid, back at Hogwarts [HBP3].

    Bulstrode, Millicent A Slytherin in Harry's year. She is large and square and has a heavy jaw which she sticks out aggressively. During Harry's second year, she was a lot bigger than he was. She was partnered with Hermione at Lockhart's Duelling Club and the two ended up brawling [COS11]. Hermione took the opportunity to retrieve what she thought was one of Millicent's hairs for her Polyjuice Potion, but it turned out to be a cat hair [COS12]. Millicent joinedUmbridge's Inquisitorial Squad in her fifth year, and took great delight in apprehending Hermione when she and Harry broke into Umbridge's office [OOTP32].

    Bulstrode, Violetta A member of the Bulstode family (and therefore presumably related to Millicent in some way) who married into the Black family [Black Family Tree].

    Bundy, K A Hogwarts student who borrowed Quidditch Through the Ages from the school library [QA].

    Bungs, Rosalind Antigone A witch whose name Hermione found whilst researching people with the initials RAB who might have stolen Voldemort's Horcrux [HBP30].

    Burke, Caractacus The co-owner of Borgin and Burke's in Knockturn Alley. He was a little old man with a thatch of hair that covered his eyes, and according to Professor Dumbledore "was not famed for his generosity". This use of the past tense suggests that Caractacus is now deceased. When Merope Gaunt, desperate for money, brought Slytherin's priceless locket to his shop, he gave her 10 Galleons for it. Caractacus believed it to be the best bargain he ever got [HBP13].

    Burke, Herbert The husband of Belvina Black, probably born around the late 1800s and potentially still alive today. Herbert may well be related to Caractacus Burke [Black Family Tree].

    Cadogan, Sir Eccentric knight in armor whose portrait is in the seventh floor corridor at Hogwarts, seated upon a small gray pony [POA6]. After Sirius Black attempted to enter Gryffindor Tower he replaced The Fat Lady as guard of the tower. He is known for his quirky behavior, which was accented by his unusual and frequent choice in passwords. He also enjoys challenging people to a duel with his over-large sword [POA9]. During Harry's fifth year Cadogan chased him through the seventh floor, until he came to a portrait of a large wolfhound, upon which he retreated to his own portrait [OOP12].

    Cadwallader Large Hufflepuff Chaser during Harry's 6th year [HBP19].

    Capper, S A Hogwarts student who borrowed Quidditch Through the Ages from the library [QA].

    Carrow, Alecto A stocky little female Death Eater who was part of Draco's team of Death Eaters who broke into Hogwarts, and was present at Dumbedore's death [HBP27]. She is the sister of Amycus, and her surname has been confirmed as Carrow [JKR Website].

    Carrow, Amycus A lumpy-looking Death Eater with a lop-sided leer, who was part of Draco's team of Death Eaters who broke into Hogwarts, and was present at Dumbedore's death [HBP27]. He is the brother of Alecto, and his surname has been confirmed as Carrow [JKR Website].

    Catchlove, Greta Author of "Charm Your Own Cheese." Molly Weasley owns a copy of this text [COS3].

    Cauldwell, Owen A Hufflepuff student three years behind Harry, in Dennis Creevey's year [GOF12].

    Cecilia Tom Riddle Senior's companion before he eloped with Merope Gaunt. The two would go carriage riding beside the Gaunt property; presumably Cecilia did not take him back after he left Merope [HBP10].

    Chambers Ravenclaw Chaser who failed to score past Ron in the Quidditch final during Harry's fifth year [OOP31].

    Chang, Cho A pretty Ravenclaw in the year above Harry. She is Seeker for the Ravenclaw Quidditch team, and Harry first spotted her when playing Quidditch against her in his third year [POA13]. He then spent two years admiring her from afar before finally getting together with her just before Christmas in his fifth year [OOTP21]. They went out briefly and unsuccessfully, after which Cho started dating Michael Corner [OOTP38]. She has something of a tendency to dissolve into tears, a result of the fact that her boyfriend before Harry, Cedric Diggory, was murdered by Peter Pettigrew [GOF32].

    Chittock, Glenda A presenter on the Wizarding Wireless Network famous for her show "The Witching Hour" [FW].

    Chorley, Herbert A Junior Minister in the Muggle government who was placed under a faulty Imperius Curse and was found quacking like a duck. He was sent to St Mungo's for treatment and became hostile with the staff [HBP1].

    Chubb, Agatha Expert on historical artifacts of the Wizarding world, she found 12 lead bludgers from a sixteenth century peat bog [QA6].

    Circe An enchantress from Greek mythology. She was the daughter of Helios and had the ability to turn people into animals, most famously turning members of hero Odysseus' crew into pigs [FW].

    Clagg, Elfrida Fourteenth century Head of the Wizards' Council and animal rights activist. She made the Golden Snidget a protected species and created the "Modesty Rabnott Snidget Reservation" in Somerset [QA4].

    Clearwater, Penelope Percy's girlfriend and Ravenclaw prefect. She is a slight girl with curly brown hair. Percy calls her Penny. The Basilisk controlled by Tom Riddle petrified her because she is Muggle-born [COS14]. She appears to appreciate Quidditch as she bet Percy 10 Galleons on the results of the Gryffindor-Ravenclaw match [POA13].

    Cliodna Irish Druidess who was an animagus who could take the form of a bird. She owned three magical birds that could heal the sick. She also discovered the properties of Moondew [FW].

    Cole, Mrs The matron of the orphanage that Tom Riddle Jr. grew up in. She met with Dumbledore and told him the details of Tom's birth and his unusual childhood. She is a "skinny, harassed-looking woman," described as anxious [HBP13].

    Connolly Irish National Quidditch Beater [GOF8].

    Coote, Ritchie Gryffindor Beater, new to the team in Harry's 6th year. Described as having good aim [HBP11].

    Corner, Michael Ravenclaw and Ginny Weasley's former boyfriend. The two began dating after meeting at the Yule Ball. Through Ginny, Michael joined the DA [OOP16]. His poor attitude after Gryffindor beat Ravenclaw in the Quidittch final led Ginny to dump him. He soon began to go out with Cho Chang [OOP38].

    Crabbe, Irma Wife of Pollux Black and maternal grandmother of Sirius and Regulus Black [Black Family Tree].

    Crabbe, Mr Vincent Crabbe's father and a Death Eater. He is described as one of the largest to attend Voldemort's rebirthing party [GOF33]. He is also a "bit dim" [OOP26].

    Crabbe, Vincent Slytherin in Harry's year. Good friend of Draco Malfoy and Gregory Goyle. Of both of Malfoy's lackey, Crabbe appears to be his preference as Malfoy chooses him as his second for the midnight duel [SS9]. He is described as a stocky boy. He is a beater for the Slytherin Quidditch team [OOP19]. He was also made a member of Umbridge's Inquisitorial Squad during his fifth year [OOP31].

    Creevey, Colin Muggle-born Gryffindor one year younger than Harry. Very excitable and fond of photography. He asks Harry for an autograph, but is refused [COS5]. He is very fond of asking Harry how he is. Although annoying, he is well intentioned. His brother, Dennis arrived two years after Colin, and the two are now inseparable [GOF12]. The two were ardent supporters of Harry's during the Triwizard tournament. They were seen trying to charm the "Support Cedric Diggory" Badges to say "Support Harry Potter." Unfortunately they could only get the message to read "Potter Really Stinks" [GOF19]. Both joined the DA during Harry's fifth year [OOP15].

    Creevey, Dennis Muggle-born Gryffindor three years younger than Harry. Colin Creevey's brother. Is a small boy with "mousy" brown hair. On his first trip across the lake to Hogwarts, Dennis fell into it and was rescued by the Giant Squid [GOF12]. He Joined the DA during Harry's fifth year [OOP15].

    Creevey, Mr The Muggle father of Colin and Dennis Creevey. He is a milkman [COS6].

    Cresswell, Dirk A Muggle-born a year above the Marauders when he attended Hogwarts, and a gifted student. Dirk is now the head of the Goblin Liaison Office [HBP4].

    Croaker, Mr An Unspeakable, works in the Department of Mysteries [GOF7].

    Crockford, Doris A woman at the Leaky Cauldron who enjoyed shaking Harry's hand repeatedly on his first visit there [SS5].

    Crookshanks Hermione's pet half-cat, half-kneazle. He is very intelligent and suspicious of unsavory characters. Hermione purchased him from the Magical Menagerie in Diagon Alley [POA4]. His intelligent nature enabled him to see Scabbers for what her really was, Peter Pettigrew [POA]. Crookshanks enjoys chasing gnomes in the Weasley Garden [GOF5] and knocking pieces off Ron's chessboard [OOP38].

    Crouch, Bartemius The deceased Head of the Department of International Magical Cooperation. He was known for his tough policy on the conviction of Death Eaters. After his son was convicted of torturing the Longbottoms, his wife begged him to allow her to switch with their son. As her dying wish he helped Barty Jr. escape, then controlled him with an invisibility cloak and the Imperious Curse. However, Barty Jr. Managed to escape and returned to Voldemort. Eventually, his son killed him, after he became suspicious of his whereabouts [GOF35].

    Crouch, Bartemius Jr Barty Crouch Senior's son. He tortured Mr. and Mrs. Longbottom and was sent to Azkaban. However, his mother switched places with him under the guise of Polyjuice Potion [GOF35]. During Harry's fourth year he impersonated Alastor Moody as the Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher. On Voldemort's orders, he stunned then impersonated Alastor Moody, and killed his own father, in order to carry out Voldemort's rebirthng plan. He received the Dementor's kiss before his testimony could be recorded [GOF35].

    Crouch, Caspar The husband of Charis Black. Has one child of unknown gender [Black Family Tree].

    Crouch, Mrs Wife of Bartemius Crouch, Sr., a short women who became depresses and ill shortly following her son's imprisonment. Dying, she convinced her husband to allow her to switch places with her son in Azkaban, where she died. She was buried at Azkaban under her son's name [GOF35].

    Crumb, Gideon Bagpipe player with the Weird Sisters [FW].

    Cuffe, Barnabus The editor of the Daily Prophet [HBP4].

    Dagworth-Granger, Hector Founder of the Most Extraordinary Society of Potioneers [HBP9].

    Davies, Roger A captain and Chaser on the Ravenclaw Quidditch team, Davies was Fleur Delacour's date for the Yule Ball and was so stunned by his good fortune that he couldn't take his eyes off her. During dinner he kept missing his mouth with his fork and was so dazed by Fleur that he seemed not to take in a word she said. Harry and Ron saw the two half-concealed in a rosebush outside the ball, looking very busy [GOF23]. Some time after this, Davies asked out Cho Chang, but she turned him down [OOTP25].

    Dawlish An Auror for the Ministry of Magic who often worked with Cornelius Fudge. He arrived at Hogwarts with Fudge and Kingsley Shacklebolt after Umbridge learned of the D.A. Dumbledore took the blame for starting the D.A. and escaped from Hogwarts, knocking out Dawlish, Kingsley, Fudge, and Umbridge [OOTP27]. He is described as an accomplished Auror who received 12 Outstandings on his N.E.W.T.s; he is very tough-looking, with short, wiry grey hair [OOTP27]. Later, he returned to Hogwarts with more Aurors to arrest Hagrid but ultimately failed [OOTP31]. After the battle at the Department of Mysteries, Dawlish arrived in the Atrium of the Ministry with Fudge and was sent to attend the captured Death Eaters [OOTP36].

    Dearborn, Caradoc A member of the Order of the Phoenix during the first war. He vanished while working for the Order and is presumed dead [OOTP9].

    D'Eath, Lorcan [1964 - present] The heartthrob part-vampire singer, who spent 19 weeks at number 1 with his hit song 'Necks to You' [JKR Website].

    Delacour, Fleur The champion from Beauxbatons who competed in the Triwizard Tournament [GOF 16]. She is a very beautiful girl with blue eyes and silvery-blonde hair who enthralls almost every boy in her vicinity. This is due to her being part Veela; her wand core contains a Veela hair donated from her grandmother [GOF18]. Fleur is quite haughty and full of herself, earning the displeasure of Hermione and the females Weasleys (Ginny nicknamed her "Phlegm" [HBP5]). She criticized everything about Hogwarts at the Yule Ball, from the decorations to the food, and even Peeves [GOF23]. In the first task of the tournament, Fleur tried to put her dragon into a trance, which "kind of" worked until the dragon snored and a jet of flame caught her skirt on fire [GOF20]. Fleur was disqualified during the second task when she was attacked by Grindylows [GOF26]. In the third task she was stunned by the imposter Moody [GOF31]. During the summer Fleur took a part-time job at Gringotts to improve her English and met Bill Weasley. They dated for a year before getting engaged and will be married in July [HBP5]. After Bill was attacked by Fenrir Greyback, Fleur amazed everyone by standing by him, declaring "I am good-looking enough for both of us, I theenk!" [HBP29].

    Delacour, Gabrielle Fleur's eight-year-old sister whom Harry rescued from the lake during the second task of the tournament [GOF26]. Fleur later told Harry that her sister never stops talking about him and will be delighted to see him at the wedding [HBP5].

    Delaney-Podmore, Sir Patrick The leader of the Headless Hunt who insisted that Nearly Headless Nick couldn't participate in the Hunt because his head had not fully parted company with his body; Nick referred to him as "Sir Properly Decapitated-Podmore." Sir Patrick and the rest of the Hunt arrived on horseback at Nick's 500th Deathday Party and interrupted his speech by playing a game of Head Hockey [COS8].

    Dennis A member of Dudley's gang of big, stupid bullies [PS/SS3].

    Derek A "nervous-looking" first year student of an unknown House. During Christmas dinner Professor Dumbledore offered him chipolatas and he turned red on being addressed directly by the headmaster [POA11].

    Derrick A Beater on Slytherin's Quidditch team who sent a Bludger Harry's way during a tense Quidditch match [POA15].

    Derwent, Dilys A St. Mungo's Healer and former Headmistress of Hogwarts, Dilys has a portrait hanging in each institution. She was an elderly witch with long silver ringlets and one of Hogwarts's "most celebrated Heads" [OOTP22].

    Diggle, Dedalus A member of the Order of the Phoenix in both the first and second wars. McGonagall suspected him of having set shooting stars off in Kent the day Voldemort fell and said that he's never had any sense [PS/SS1]. Dedalus shook hands with Harry in the Leaky Cauldron upon Harry's return to the magical world. Harry remembered the diminutive wizard as once bowing to him in a shop [PS/SS5]. He is also part of the Advance Guard and has a penchant for top hats [OOTP3].

    Diggory, Amos Cedric's proud father who gloated about his son once beating the famous Harry Potter at Quidditch [GOF6]. He works at the Ministry in the Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures. During the panic at the World Cup, Amos discovered Winky the house-elf with a wand and accused her of conjuring the Dark Mark, after first accusing Harry since the wand used is his [GOF9]. When he and his wife met with Harry after Cedric's death, Amos sobbed through most of the interview but did not blame him for what happened [GOF37].

    Diggory, Cedric One of the Hogwarts school champions, a Hufflepuff prefect, and captain and Seeker of the Hufflepuff Quidditch team. Cedric was quite good-looking, tall, and quiet [POA9]. He asked Cho Chang to the Yule Ball and she said yes; the two dated until his death [GOF22]. Cedric did well in the Triwizard Tournament, finishing first in the final two tasks. After being transported with Harry to the graveyard, Cedric was killed on Lord Voldemort's orders by Wormtail [GOF32]. When Harry's and Voldemort's wands connected and Priori Incantatem occurred, an "echo" of Cedric appeared, telling Harry to hold on. He asked Harry take his body back to his parents.

    Diggory, Mrs Mother of Cedric Diggory, wife of Amos. When Harry met with her and Amos, her grief seemed to be beyond tears. Harry offered her the Tournament winnings, but she refused to take it [GOF37].

    Dimitrov A Chaser on the Bulgarian National Quidditch team during the World Cup match [GOF8].

    Dingle, Harold A Hogwarts student who tried to sell powdered dragon claw as a magical study-enhancer to students preparing for their O.W.L.s. Hermione, acting as a prefect, confiscated it, telling Harry and Ron that it's actually dried doxy droppings [OOTP31].

    Dippet, Armando Hogwarts's headmaster when the Chamber of Secrets was first opened fifty years ago. He is described as a "wizened, frail-looking wizard, bald except for a few wisps of white hair" and having a feeble voice [COS13]. Dumbledore was his successor and Dippet's portrait hangs in the Headmaster's office [OOTP37].

    Dobbs, Emma A Hogwarts student sorted into an unknown House [GOF12].

    Dobby A house-elf who always tries to help Harry, even if it ends up hurting him. He first appeared on Harry's 12th birthday to warn him against returning to Hogwarts. Because Dobby belonged to the Malfoys and was therefore not supposed to help Harry or speak ill of the family, he constantly had to punish himself physically. In his attempts to prevent Harry from returning to school Dobby had been stopping Harry's post and then crashed Aunt Petunia's pudding [COS2]. He also blocked the entrance to Platform 9¾ and bewitched a Bludger to attack Harry during a Quidditch match [COS10]. Dobby wore a stained pillowcase instead of real clothes as a mark of his enslavement until Harry tricked Lucius Malfoy into giving Dobby a sock that set him free [COS18]. He is currently a paid employee at Hogwarts where he aids Harry much more effectively. Dobby gave Harry the gillyweed so he could compete in the second task and told him about the Room of Requirement [GOF26; OOTP18]. On Harry's orders, he followed Malfoy around the castle and reported back on his movements [HBP21]. He refers to Ron as Harry's Wheezy and has a major sock fetish.

    Dodderidge, Daisy The builder and original owner of The Leaky Cauldron. Daisy had the inn specially built in order to provide a gateway from the Muggle world to Diagon Alley. She was a Wizard of the Month on JKR's website for March, 2006 [FW].

    Dodgy Dirk The only Muggle who remembers the famous 1932 Ilfracombe dragon attack. A vacationing wizarding family performed mass Memory Charms on the crowd who saw the Welsh Green, but this Muggle somehow avoided them. He claims to this day that a "dirty great flying lizard" punctured his lilo [FB].

    Doge, Elphias A wheezy-voiced, silver-haired wizard who is part of the Order of the Phoenix and helped make up Harry's advance guard [OOTP3].

    Dolohov, Antonin A Death Eater with a long, pale, twisted face who was convicted of the brutal murders of Gideon and Fabian Prewett and imprisoned in Azkaban. He broke out of the wizard prison with Bellatrix Lestrange and eight other convicted Death Eaters [OOTP25]. During the battle at the Department of Mysteries he seriously injured Hermione with a curse in the form of a streak of purple flame [OOTP35]. He is now imprisoned in Azkaban for the second time after being captured at the Ministry.

    Dorkins, Mary A Muggle news reporter who was sent to find out more about fascinating stories, such as Bungy the water-skiing budgie [OOTP1].

    Dorny, J A student who borrowed Quidditch Through the Ages from the Hogwarts library [QA].

    Dot A resident of Little Hangleton who told the regulars at The Hanged Man pub about what a "horrible temper" Frank Bryce had as a kid. When the police released him for lack of evidence, she still believed him guilty and said, "if he had any decency, he'd leave here, knowing as how we know he did it" [GOF1].

    Duke, Kirley The son of the famous Quidditch player Catriona McCormack, he plays lead guitar with the popular wizarding band The Weird Sisters [FW, QA].

    Dumbledore, Aberforth Albus Dumbledore's brother, who was once prosecuted for "practicing inappropriate charms on a goat" [GOF24]. He is "a grumpy-looking old man with a great deal of long grey hair and a beard" who is the innkeeper of the "dodgy" Hog's Head [OOTP16]. He was a member of the Original Order of the Phoenix; Moody met him only once and described him as a "strange bloke" [OOTP9]. He also caught Snape eavesdropping on Trelawney's prophecy [HBP25].

    Dumbledore, Albus Former Transfiguration teacher and headmaster at Hogwarts. The leader of the Order of the Phoenix in the fight against Voldemort, he was the only one that the Dark Lord truly feared. He was tall, thin, and very old, with long silver hair and beard. He always wears half-moon spectacles and his nose is very long and crooked [PS/SS1]. He has his own Famous Wizard card that says he is "considered by many to be the greatest wizard of modern times"; he also defeated Grindelwald in 1945, discovered the twelve uses of dragon's blood, and enjoyed chamber music [PS/SS6]. He was Supreme Mugwump of the International Confederation of Wizards and Chief Warlock of the Wizengamot. His House at Hogwarts was almost certainly Gryffindor [PS/SS6]. He discovered Voldemort's creation of the seven horcruxes and destroyed one in the form of Guant's heirloom ring, causing serious injury to his wand hand [HBP10]. Dumbledore was finally killed by Severus Snape, possibly on Dumbledore's own orders, when Death Eaters attacked Hogwarts and Draco Malfoy was unable to finish the task the Dark Lord had assigned to him and kill the Headmaster himself [HBP27].

    Dunstan, B A student who borrowed Quidditch Through the Ages from the Hogwarts library [QA].

    Dursley, Dudley Harry's spoiled, obese cousin who spent his early childhood beating up Harry and everyone else smaller than him. His mother dotes on him and says he looks like a baby angel, though Harry thinks he looks like a pig in a wig [PS/SS1]. He had a couple traumatizing run-ins with magic in his life: the first on his eleventh birthday when the glass disappeared on a boa constrictor's confine as he was leaning against it [PS/SS2]. The second occurred when he and Harry were attacked by dementors in Little Whinging [OOTP1]. He has put his violent inclinations and his largesse to good use on his school boxing team.

    Dursley, Marge Vernon Dursley's very large sister who breeds dogs and owns twelve herself [POA2]. Marge dotes on her nephew Dudley, but takes every opportunity to criticize Harry and his parents. During one particularly nasty diatribe against the Potters, Harry's temper got the best of him and he accidentally inflated Aunt Marge [POA2]. Ministry officials soon punctured her and modified her memory [POA3].

    Dursley, Petunia Harry's long-necked aunt who spends much of her time spying on gossiping about the neighbors in her rush to prove that there is nothing unusual about her own family. She denied the existence of her sister and her "good-for-nothing" husband until baby Harry arrived on her doorstep [PS/SS1]. Petunia devotes her life to keeping an immaculately clean house, gossiping, doting on her son, and cooking as much food for him as he can stomach. Though she tries to avoid connecting herself with Harry's world, Petunia occasionally lets slip how much she knows about the wizarding community. She knows that dementors guard Azkaban and recognized the gravity of Voldemort's return [OOTP2]. It seems that she had "corresponded" more than once with Dumbledore, but when and how often is unknown [HBP3].

    Dursley, Vernon Harry's beefy, mean uncle with hardly any neck and a large mustache who is director of a drill company called Grunnings [PS/SS1]. He is obsessed with seeming as normal as possible and abhors anything or anyone that appears peculiar. He particularly hates the Potters, and enjoys complaining about Harry most of all [PS/SS2]. Vernon is also quite competitive and tends to judge people on looks and what kind of cars they drive [GOF4]. After the dementor attack he tried to kick Harry out of the house but relented when Dumbledore's Howler arrived, which changed Petunia's mind as well [OOTP2].

    Dzou Yen A noted Chinese Alchemist [FW].

    Edgecome, Madam Marietta Edgecombe's mother, who works in Department of Magical Transportation in the Ministry of Magic. As a worker in the Floo Network office, she had been helping to police the school fires when Umbridge was High Inquisitor [OOTP27].

    Edgecome, Marietta A Ravenclaw student in the year above Harry. She is friends with Cho Chang and has curly reddish-blonde hair. She was mistrustful of Harry in OOTP, but joined the DA anyway [OOTP16]. Eventually she informed Umbridge about the DA and incurred a hex that Hermione had cast upon the contract that all the members signed. This caused the word "SNEAK" to form across her face in "close-set purple pustules" [OOTP 27]. These spots had still not disappeared several months later [HBP7].

    Egg, Prof Mordicus The author of The Philosophy of the Mundane: Why Muggles Prefer Not to Know [FB].

    Elfric the Eager A wizard or magical being who led an uprising. He was mentioned as someone that Hermione learned about in History of Magic [PS/SS16].

    Ellerby, Mr Co-owner of the company which produced the Tinderblast and Swiftstick broomsticks. Both broomsticks were unsuitable for playing Quidditch [QA].

    Elphick, Wilfred The first wizard to be gored by an Erumpent - presumably, he never lived to experience his fame [FW].

    Emeric the Evil Professor Binns gets confused between Emeric the Evil and Uric the Oddball when teaching the first-years [PS/SS8].

    Errol The Weasley family owl, who is notorious for collapsing on or after deliveries, due to his old age. He is often said to be moulting, and at first Harry mistakes him for being a "gray feather duster" [COS4]. He is a reminder of the Weasleys' limited funds.

    Evans, Mark A Muggle who at the age of ten, "cheeks" Dudley and so falls victim to his gang's bullying [OOTP1]. It has been confirmed by J. K. Rowling that Mark Evans is in no way related to Lily Potter (née Evans).

    Evans, Mr The Muggle father of Lily and Petunia Evans. He was very proud to have a witch in the family [PS/SS4].

    Evans, Mrs The Muggle mother of Lily and Petunia Evans. She was also very proud to have a witch in the family [PS/SS4].

    Everard A celebrated former Hogwarts headmaster whose portrait hangs in the headmaster's office and the Ministry of Magic. Dumbledore asks him to use his other portrait to check on Arthur Weasley after he has been attacked by the snake. He is sallow-faced and has a short black fringe [OOTP22].

    Fancourt, Perpetua The witch who invented the Lunascope [FW].

    Fat Friar The kindly Hufflepuff ghost. He believed in giving Peeves a second chance (and indeed, many more than that!) to join in the feasts [PS/SS7].

    Fat Lady A "very fat" woman wearing a pink silk dress in the portrait that guards the entrance to the Gryffindor common room [PS/SS7]. She's quite friendly with another portrait occupant, Violet, and the two tend to gossip and drink together often [GOF17;23]. Her portrait was slashed when Sirius tried to get into Gryffindor Tower, so she hid in other pictures around the castle [POA8].

    Fawcett, S. A Ravenclaw student who attended Lockhart's Dueling Club [COS11]. She attended the Yule Ball where Snape caught her in the rosebushes with another student [GOF23]. She also borrowed Quidditch Through the Ages from the library [QA].

    Fawkes Dumbledore's very loyal phoenix and one of the few to be domesticated. His tail feathers are the cores of both Harry's and Voldemort's wands [GOF36]. Phoenixes can disappear and reappear at will, which Fawkes did when he is asked to keep watch and warn others; he left a golden tail feather [OOTP22]. Fawkes's magical tears healed Harry twice when he was injured by poisonous magical creatures: the Basilisk [COS17] and the acromantula in the third task [GOF36]. He came to Harry's aide in the Chamber of Secrets, appearing when Harry showed true loyalty to Dumbledore, bringing the Sorting Hat and, thereby, Godric Gryffindor's sword. It appears that phoenixes are immune to the basilisk's stare when the two fought and Fawkes blinded the monster without damage to himself [COS17]. The phoenix also saved Dumbledore's life when it swallowed the Killing Curse aimed at his owner during the battle at the Ministry and then regenerates [OOTP36].

    Fenwick, Benjy Died while working for the Order of the Phoenix in the first war; only bits of him were found [OOTP9].

    Fergus The older cousin of Seamus Finnigan who has passed his Apparition Test. He annoyed Seamus by Apparating and Disapparating without warning just for the sake of it [HBP17].

    Figg, Arabella Doreen A Squib who lives near the Dursleys and helps the Order of the Phoenix by watching over Harry at Privet Drive. Every year on Dudley's birthday she baby-sat Harry and showed him pictures of her many cats; Harry remarked that her house always smells of cabbage [PS/SS2]. She seems quite eccentric, always wearing house slippers and talking to her cats (that are actually part Kneazle [JKR]). After the dementor attacks Harry learned of her connection to the wizarding world. She gave testimony at Harry's hearing to defend him, at the same time revealing that Squibs can see Dementors [OOTP8].

    Filch, Argus The Hogwarts caretaker who constantly wages war against the students, their noise, and accursed enthusiasm. He owns a pet cat, Mrs. Norris, who helps him patrol the corridors. He is also a Squib and tried to learn magic through a Kwikspell course [COS8]. Filch hopes for the day when he can bring back the old punishments, like hanging students by their wrists in his manacles [PS/SS15]. His wish was granted when Umbridge became headmistress and gave him approval to whip students [OOTP29]. He didn't seem too pleased at all by Dumbledore's return after this.

    Finch-Fletchley, Justin A Hufflepuff boy who was petrified by the Basilisk in his second year [COS11]. He was originally down for Eton until he got his letter from Hogwarts. At the Dueling Club the snake that Malfoy conjures went after Justin, until Harry called it off in Parseltongue [COS11]. Even so, he thought that Harry had it in for him since he is Muggle-born. In his fifth year he became a member of the D.A.

    Finch-Fletchley, Mr The well-to-do father of Justin Finch-Fletchley. He had Justin down for Eton before his son received the letter from Hogwarts [COS6].

    Finch-Fletchley, Mrs The mother of Justin Finch-Fletchley. She was slightly disappointed that her son didn't attend Eton, but came around after seeing the usefulness of having a trained wizard in the family [COS6].

    Fingal the Fearless The alleged ancient champion of the pre-Quidditch sport of Aingingein [QA2].

    Finnegan, Mr The Muggle father of Seamus Finnigan who did not find out his wife was a witch until after they were married [PS/SS7].

    Finnegan, Mrs The mother of Seamus Finnigan. After Cedric's death she avidly read the Daily Prophet and believed its smear campaign about Dumbledore and Harry. Because of this she was reluctant to let her son return to school [OOTP11]. Before Dumbledore's funeral she tried to make Seamus leave Hogwarts, but he refused [HBP30].

    Finnegan, Seamus One of Harry's fellow Gryffindors, he is close friends with Dean Thomas. He sided against Harry and Dumbledore over the issue of Voldemort's return after a row on their first night back [OOTP11]. Later he came around and joined the D.A. when Dean brought him along; he produced a "hairy-looking" Patronus [OOTP27].

    Firenze A palomino Centaur with white-blond hair who rescued Harry from Voldemort in the Forbidden Forest during Harry's first year detention [PS/SS15]. He left the Forest to teach Divination at Dumbledore's request and to the great displeasure of his herd [OOTP27]. At first he came to replace Trelawney, but he remained the following year to teach half the Divinations classes since he has no other home [OOTP38]. He also warned Hagrid about keeping Grawp in the Forest and trying to civilize him [OOTP 27].

    Flamel, Nicholas The only known maker of the Philosopher's Stone and friend of Albus Dumbledore. The only stone in existence belonged to him. He lived in Devon with his wife Perenelle and enjoyed opera. He lived to be 665 years old [PS/SS13]. After Quirrell's attempt to steal the stone, he and Dumbledore agreed that it should be destroyed [PS/SS17].

    Flamel, Perenelle Wife of Nicholas Flamel who lived to 658 years old [PS/SS13].

    Fleet, Angus A Muggle who is quoted in the Muggle paper as having seen the flying Ford Anglia over London [COS5].

    Fletcher, Mundungus An Order of the Phoenix member on account of his loyalty to Dumbledore, his cunning, and his knowledge of the petty crime underworld. He has little loyalty to Harry, however, and pilfered items from Grimmauld Place after it is bequeathed to Harry [HBP12]. He is quite a dodgy character who swears a lot and is always smoking his pipe. When he was supposed to be watching Harry over the summer he Disapparated to see someone about cauldrons that fell off the back of a broom; afterwards dementors appeared and attacked Harry and Dudley [OOTP1]. He kept an eye on Harry in Hogsmeade as well, disguising himself as a witch in a black veil and reporting the first D.A. meeting to the Order [OOTP17].

    Fletwock, Laurentia A celebrated breeder and racer of winged horses. She has campaigned for tighter restrictions on broomstick use, presumably to encourage people to ride winged horses more. JKR's Wizard of the Month for December, 2006 [FW].

    Flint, Marcus Former Slytherin Captain and Chaser who looks as if he has some troll blood in him [PS/SS11]. He cheated at every opportunity, fouling as many players of the opposite team as he can.

    Flint, Ursula The wife of Phineas Nigellus Black with whom she had three children. She may also be related to Marcus in some way [Black Family Tree].

    Flitwick, Filius Diminutive Charms teacher at Hogwarts and Head of Ravenclaw. He is also part of the Order of the Phoenix and a very accomplished wizard (according to rumor he was a dueling champion when he was young) [COS11]. Flitwick is a good-hearted, sometimes emotional person. When Ginny was taken into the Chamber of Secrets he burst into tears [COS16]. He greeted Umbridge's presence in his class with good will and treated her as though she were a guest. After Dumbledore's death, he did not take a solid stance on whether or not to keep Hogwarts open but rather advocated consulting the governors and not making a hasty decision [HBP29].

    Florence A student who attended Hogwarts with Bertha Jerkins and was caught by Bertha kissing a boy [GOF30].

    Fluffy Hagrid's giant, three-headed dog that guarded the trapdoor leading to the Philosopher's Stone [PS/SS9]. He falls to sleep quickly when music is played [PS/SS16].

    Flume, Ambrosius The founder of Honeydukes Sweetshop and friend of Horace Slughorn [HBP4].

    Flyte, Mr One of the creators of the ill-fated Twigger 90 Broomstick [QA].

    Fortescue, Florean A medieval history buff who owns an ice cream parlor in Diagon Alley. When Harry lived at the Leaky Cauldron for a few weeks he did his homework at the shop and received free ice cream sundaes every half-hour from Florean [POA4]. He disappeared mysteriously from his shop, apparently dragged off by Death Eaters [HBP6].

    Fortescue, Professor Former Headmaster of Hogwarts, a large, vociferous wizard with a red nose. He shouted at Umbridge and Cornelius once, saying that the "Ministry did not cut deals with petty criminals in my day!" [OOTP27].

    Fridwulfa Hagrid's giantess mother and mother to his half-brother Grawp. She was one of the last giants in Britain, but left Hagrid and his father when he was three [GOF23]. When Hagrid went to visit the giants they told him she died "years ago" [OOTP20].

    Frobisher, Victoria A Gryffindor student involved in several societies, mainly the Charms Club. She tried out for Keeper on the House Quidditch team, and flew better than Ron, but said that the team would not be her top priority [OOTP13].

    Fubster, Colonel A Muggle and retired Colonel who looks after Aunt Marge's dogs when she is away [POA2].

    Fudge, Cornelius The former Minister of Magic. A bit of a pompous idiot, he is sacked for failing to respond appropriately to attacks after Voldemort's return to power and replaced by Rufus Scrimgeour [HBP1]. He seems harmless until he outright refused to believe that Voldemort returned and parted ways with Dumbledore [GOF36]. He placed Umbridge at Hogwarts to oversee Dumbledore and the school, soon promoting her to High-Inquisitor and then Headmistress. He was ever suspicious of Dumbledore forming an army against him and trying to take his job [OOTP27]. He finally repented of this position when he arrived at the Ministry after Dumbledore's battle with Voldemort [OOTP36].

    Fulbert the Fearful A wizard who was so cowardly that he never left his house. He died when his roof collapsed as a result of a Defensive Charm that backfired [FW].

    Furmage, Dymphna A witch who was terrified of Pixies after an unfortunate incident while on holiday in Cornwall [FW].

    Gamp, Hester A witch who married into the Black family, and was the wife of Sirius Black, oldest son of Phineas Nigellus Black [Black Family Tree].

    Gaunt, Marvolo Voldemort's Grandfather. Described as having "bright brown eyes, scrubby hair, and a wrinkled face." He wore a gold ring with a black stone, which Voldemort later used for a Horcrux [HBP10]. Marvolo was put into Azkaban after he attached ministry personnel when they came to arrest his son. He died before his six-month sentence was complete [HBP10].

    Gaunt, Merope Mother of Voldemort. A timid young woman who after years of mistreatment from her father broke free when Marvolo and Morfin were both put in Azkaban. She won the heart of Tom Riddle Sr. by using a Love Potion, but he left her when she stopped administering it. Already pregnant by this time, she had her baby at an orphanage and died shortly afterwards [HBP10].

    Gaunt, Morfin Uncle of Voldemort and son of Marvolo Gaunt. He was sentenced to three years in Azkaban for attacking Muggles. After his release Voldemort framed him for the murder of Tom Riddle Sr. He was subsequently sentenced to life in Azkaban, where he died [HBP10].

    Gibbon Death Eater who fought in the Battle of Hogwarts. He set off the Dark Mark on top of the astronomy tower. He was hit by the killing curse that narrowly missed Remus Lupin [HBP29].

    Goldstein, Anthony A Ravenclaw prefect in Harry's year [OOTP10]. He was a member of the DA [OOTP16].

    Golgomath The new Gurg (Leader) of the giants. He took over after killing the former Gurg; Karkus. Golgomath accepted gifts from the Death Eaters and acted hostile toward Hagrid [OOTP20].

    Golpalott A renowned Potions expert and the creator of at least three laws of potion-making. Golpalott's Third Law states "the antidote for a blended poison will be equal to more than the sum of the antidotes for each of the separate component parts" [HBP18].

    Gordon A member of Dudley Dursley's gang [OOTP1].

    Goshawk, Miranda Author of the Standard Book of Spells series of textbooks (various grades) [PS/SS5].

    Goyle, Gregory Slytherin student in Harry's year. Good friend of Draco Malfoy and Vincent Crabbe. He is described as having short, wiry hair and long gorilla-like arms [PS/SS7]. In his fifth year he was made a member of Umbridge's Inquisitorial Squad [OOTP33].

    Goyle, Mr The father of Gregory Goyle [OOTP26]. He is a large Death Eater who attended Voldemort's rebirthing party, where he stood next to Crabbe, the father of Gregory's friend Vincent Crabbe [GOF33].

    Granger, Hermione She is a close friend to Harry and Ron, and has helped in their biggest adventures. One of the cleverest witches ever to have attended Hogwarts, she loves books but also is fairly intuitive and tactful when it comes to relationships. The Sorting Hat considered putting her in Ravenclaw, but decided on Gryffindor, her personal choice [OOTP19]. She has bushy brown hair and larger than average teeth [PS/SS6].

    Granger, Mr. Hermione's father, a Muggle dentist [PS/SS12].

    Granger, Mrs. Hermione's mother, another Muggle dentist [PS/SS12].

    Graves, Merton Cello player with the Weird Sisters [FW].

    Grawp A giant and Hagrid's younger half-brother, the two share their mother, Fridwulfa. Grawp is small for his age and was often picked on by the other giants. Hagrid relocated him to the Forbidden Forest in an attempt to civilize him [OOTP30].

    Greengrass, Daphne A Hogwarts student in Harry's year. She took her owls in the same group as Hermione [OOTP31].

    Gregorovitch, Mr A foreign wand maker, he made Victor Krum's wand [GOF18].

    Gregory the Swarmy Medieval wizard and inventor of "Gregory's Unctous Unction," a potion that makes the drinker believe whoever gave it to him is his best friend [FW]. There is a statue of Gregory at Hogwarts, behind which lies a secret passage [PS/SS9].

    Grey Lady The elusive Ravenclaw ghost [PS/SS12].

    Greyback, Fenrir A violently insane werewolf and Death Eater with a taste for human flesh even when not in his transformed state. He is described as a "rangy man with gray hair and whiskers" [HBP27]. He is a good friend of the Malfoy family [HBP6]. Greyback has a personal mission to infect as many people as possible with his ailment, so that one-day there will be enough werewolves to overcome the wizards. Greyback bit and infected Remus Lupin [HBP16]. During the battle of Hogwarts, although in his human state, Greyback viscously mauled Bill Weasley leaving him horribly scarred [HBP27].

    Griffiths, Glynnis Seeker for the Holyhead Harpies Quidditch team during the 1950s. Her capture of the Snitch ended the classic game against the Heidelburg Harriers in 1953 [QA].

    Grimstone, Elias Craftswizard from Portsmouth who made the Oakshaft 79 broom in 1879 [QA].

    Grindelwald A Dark Wizard defeated by Dumbledore in 1945 [PS/SS6].

    Griphook Operator of the underground train system at Gringotts. He escorted Harry and Hagrid to their vaults [PS/SS5].

    Grubbly-Plank, Wilhelmina Substitute teacher for Care of Magical Creatures. She is described as short with cropped gray hair. She smokes a pipe She filled in for Hagrid first over the holidays during Harry's fourth year [GOF24], and again while Hagrid was with the giants in Harry's fifth year [OOTP11]. The general consensus of the class was that she was a more adequate teacher than Hagrid [GOF24].

    Grunnion, Alberic The inventor of the Dungbomb [PS/SS6].

    Gryffindor, Godric One of the four founders of Hogwarts, he prized courage as a virtue in new students. Gryffindor once owned the Sorting Hat, and he bewitched it to sort students in each of the four houses after his demise [PS/SS7]. The only other remaining artifact of Gryffindor's is his sword, kept in Dumbledore's office [COS18].

    Gudgeon, Davy A Hogwarts student. He nearly lost an eye when trying to get past the Whomping Willow [POA10].

    Gudgeon, Gladys Fan who writes to Gilderoy Lockhart weekly [OOTP23].

    Gunther the Violent A gifted, if somewhat aggressive, player of the ancient German broom game of Stichstock. He is depicted in an 1105 painting titled "Günther der Gewalttätige ist der Gewinner" (Gunther the Violent is the Winner) [QA].

    Gwenog An early Quidditch fan and friend of Gertie Keddle. Admits to having played the new game itself, much to the disgust of her friend Gertie [QA].

    Hagrid, Mr Father of Rubeus Hagrid. He married the Giantess Fridwulfa, although she left early in Hagrid's life so he was forced to bring up Hagrid alone. Father and son had a good relationship; Hagrid refers to him as "my old dad" [GOF24]. He was short and had crinkled black eyes, which Hagrid inherited. He died when Hagrid was in his second year at Hogwarts [GOF24].

    Hagrid, Rubeus Hogwarts' Keeper of the Keys and Grounds and Care of Magical Creatures teacher [from POA5]. It was Hagrid who told Harry that he was a wizard [PS/SS4] and became one of his first friends at Hogwarts. During his own time at school, he was expelled in his third year after being framed by Tom Riddle for opening the Chamber of Secrets. His only known living family is a Giant half-brother named Grawp [OOTP30]. He is a half-Giant, and has suffered prejudice for this, particularly from Dolores Umbridge [OOTP21]. His penchant for dangerous creatures is such that he often underestimates their destructive power or malicious intent. He is very empathic and has a natural sympathy for orphans like Harry. Fiercely loyal to Dumbledore, Hagrid has been a member of the Order of the Phoenix since its creation [OOTP9].

    Harkiss, Ciceron The first employer of Ambrosius Flume (who was later to become owner of Honeydukes) and one of the many friends of Horace Slughorn [HBP4].

    Harper Substitute Slytherin Seeker, he played against Gryffindor in Harry's 6th year due to Malfoy's mysterious absence. He is in Ginny's year and according to her is an "idiot" [HBP14].

    Harris, Warty A wizard whose toads were stolen by Will, a friend of Mundungus Fletcher [OOTP5].

    Hedwig Harry's Snowy Owl, bought during his first trip to Diagon Alley as an eleventh birthday present from Hagrid [PS/SS5]. Her name is taken from someone in a History of Magic book. She is very intelligent, loyal and understands spoken English; when Ron and Hermione aren't forthcoming in sending Harry the letters he desperately wants, she cuts both of their hands deeply [OOTP4]. Mostly, however, she is affectionate and anticipates Harry's needs, often turning up at new locations before he even arrives.

    Hengist of Woodcroft The founder of Hogsmeade, he now appears on Chocolate Frog cards [FW]. Hengist was on one of the first Chocolate Frog cards that Harry collected [PS/SS6].

    Hermes Percy's Screech owl, given to him as a reward for becoming a prefect. Percy would not let Ron borrow him as he was too occupied sending letters to Percy's girlfriend, Penelope Clearwater [COS3]. Hermes delivered the letter encouraging Ron to distance himself from Harry and Dumbledore [OOTP14].

    Herpo the Foul Ancient Greek Parselmouth who bred the first known Basilisk - yes, on purpose [FB].

    Higgs, Bertie A high-ranking Ministry official and hunting pal of Rufus Scrimgeour and the McLaggens [HBP7].

    Higgs, Terence The Slytherin Quidditch Seeker before Malfoy's father got him on the team. Whether he left school or was ousted from the team is unknown.

    Hipworth, Glover An eighteenth century wizard who invented the Pepperup potion, which cures the common cold [FW].

    Hitchens, Bob A Muggle who married Isla Black. Isla's name was subsequently burnt off the Black family tree for the crime of marrying Muggle filth [Black Family Tree.].

    Hokey The elderly house-elf belonging to Hepzibah Smith in the 1950s. She was framed by Tom Riddle for poisoning, and thus killing, Hepzibah Smith. As a house-elf of some years, prejudice played a part in her conviction [OOTP20].

    Hooch, Madam The flying teacher at Hogwarts who referees most Quidditch matches. She has "short, gray hair and eyes like a hawk" and a rather abrupt teaching manner [PS/SS9]. She proves herself to be quite a broom enthusiast, making detailed observations about Harry's Firebolt and reminiscing to the days when she learnt on a Silver Arrow [POA13].

    Hookum, Daisy A witch who gave up magic for a year and then wrote about her experiences in My Life as a Muggle. She is married to celebrity gardener Tilden Toots [JKR Website - previous Wizard of the Month].

    Hooper, Geoffrey An allegedly whiny Gryffindor who tried out for Keeper, but was rejected by then captain Angelina Johnson in favor for Ron [OOTP13].

    Hopkirk, Mafalda Witch from the Improper Use of Magic Office. She sent Harry a warning after Dobby's Hover Charm [COS2], and notified him of his hearing after he conjured the Patronus [OOTP2].

    Hornby, Mr Brother of Olive Hornby, whose wedding was disrupted by Moaning Myrtle's persistent haunting of his sister [GOF25].

    Hornby, Olive Former Hogwarts student who teased Moaning Myrtle, only to be haunted by her in revenge. Eventually, she had to get the Ministry of Magic to stop Myrtle stalking her [GOF25].

    Horton, Basil Former Falmouth Falcons Quidditch player who subsequently worked with Randolph Keitch on Quidditch-related products. Together they founded the Comet Trading Company and invented the Keitch-Horton Braking Charm [QA9].

    Hufflepuff, Helga One of the four founders of Hogwarts. She valued fairness and kindness in young witches and wizards, and was herself renowned for being a charming character [FW]. Members of Hufflepuff house are known for being honest and hardworking [PS/SS7]. She was particularly adept at culinary Charms and invented many of the recipes still used at Hogwarts feasts [JKR Website - Wizard of the Month May 2007].

    Humberto, The Great Star of one of Dudley's many favourite TV shows [PS/SS3].

    Imago, Inigo Author of Dream Oracle.

    Ingolfr the Iambic A Norwegian poet.

    Ivanova Bulgarian National Quidditch Chaser.

    Jenkins, Joey Beater for the Chudley Cannons Quidditch team.

    Jewkes, Leonard Made the earliest Silver Arrow brooms.

    Jigger, Arsenius Author of Magical Drafts and Potions.

    Johnson, Angelina A Gryffindor Chaser who became team Captain in her final year and was also part of the D.A.

    Jones, Gwenog Beater and Captain of the Holyhead Harpies. She was a member of Horace Slughorn’s Slug Club and still gives him free tickets whenever he wants them. She attended a Slug Club meeting in Harry’s 6th year, but the prospect of meeting her still wasn’t enough to persuade Harry to go.

    Jones, Hestia A pink-cheeked, black-haired witch from the Order who was a member of Harry's advance guard.

    Jordan, Lee Good friend of the Weasley twins. A Gryffindor student, D.A. member, and former-commentator at school Quidditch matches.

    Jordan, Mr Father of Lee Jordan. He once had some difficulties extracting money from Ludo Bagman.

    Jorkins, Bertha A witch with an insatiable appetite for gossip, employed by the Ministry of Magic. She was abducted in Albania and suffered a terrible fate at the hands of Voldemort.

    Jugson A Death Eater now back in Azkaban.

    Karkaroff, Igor Once the headmaster of the Durmstrang Institute, he introduced many students to the Dark Arts. A former Death Eater who turned coat, he went on the run from his former master and evaded capture for some time. He was finally found dead in a shack up north .

    Karkus The first Gurg of the giants Hagrid and Madame Maxime visited; he accepted their gifts but was killed by Golgomath.

    Keddle, Gertie Eleventh-century witch who chronicled the evolution of Quidditch somewhat disapprovingly in her diary.

    Keitch, Randolph Former Falmouth Quidditch player who co-founded the Comet Trading Company.

    Kettleburn, Professor Retired Care of Magical Creatures teacher at Hogwarts.

    Kevin A two-year-old who played with his father's wand at the Quidditch World Cup and enlarged a slug so it was the size of a salami.

    Father of Kevin The owner of the wand in question.

    Mother of Kevin The mother who stopped Kevin playing with the slug, and accidentally trod on it in the process, much to Kevin's dismay.

    Kirke, Andrew New and incompetent Gryffindor Beater.

    Kneen, Goodwin Author of an archived twelfth-century letter describing a game of Kwidditch.

    Kneen, Gunhilda Goodwin's wife.

    Kreacher The Blacks' old house-elf, he dearly misses his mistress and shares in her contempt for all beings non-pureblood. He is now the property of Harry and works at Hogwarts.

    Krum, Mr. Viktor's father, with the same hooked nose.

    Krum, Mrs. Viktor's mother.

    Krum, Viktor Bulgarian National Quidditch Seeker and Durmstrang champion for the Triwizard Tournament. Seems to disapprove of the Dark Arts; he took Hermione to the Yule Ball and continues to correspond with her .

    Lachlan the Lanky A wizard whose statue stands near the entrance to the Gryffindor common room.

    LaFolle, Fifi The author of the “Enchanted Encounters” series of books.

    Leanne A friend of Katie Bell, who tried to stop her taking the cursed necklace into Hogwarts after the Imperius Curse had been cast on her by Rosmerta.

    Lestrange, Bellatrix Sirius' cousin and murderer. Powerful and sadistic, she is very close to Voldemort. She escaped Azkaban after being imprisoned for about fifteen years and is now one of the more threatening Death Eaters still at large.

    Lestrange, Rabastan Rodolphus' brother; he went to Azkaban for torturing the Longbottoms.

    Lestrange, Rodolphus Bellatrix's husband; he went to Azkaban for torturing the Longbottoms.

    Lestrange, Mr An associate of Tom Riddle at Hogwarts and a member of the Slug Club. He is likely to be the father of the Lestranges who went to school with Severus Snape and joined the Death Eaters.

    Levski Bulgarian National Quidditch Chaser.

    Llewellyn, “Dangerous” Dai Famous daredevil of the Caerphilly Catapults Quidditch team. He was eaten by a chimaera, so the Dangerous Bites ward in St. Mungo's is named for him.

    Lochrin, Guthrie A Scottish wizard who wrote about painful broom flying in 1107. His specific complaints concerned “splinter-filled buttocks and bulging piles”.

    Lockhart, Gilderoy A tremendously important, brave, and talented wizard—if he's modified your memory somewhat. A former Hogwarts Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher, he is now in St. Mungo's after getting on the wrong end of one of his own spells.

    Longbottom, Alice Mother of Neville. A member of the Order of the Phoenix who was tortured to insanity shortly after Voldemort's disappearance by his followers.

    Longbottom, Augusta The kind but overbearing grandmother of Neville Longbottom, who raised him following his parents' torture into insanity by Death Eaters.

    Longbottom?, Algie Neville's great uncle who tormented the boy to get him to use magic.

    Longbottom?, Enid Neville's great aunt.

    Longbottom, Frank Neville's father, an Auror who was tortured by Bellatrix Lestrange and company until he lost his mind.

    Longbottom, Harfang A member of the Longbottom family who married Callidora Black. He somehow managed to avoid being burned off the Black family tree despite very probably being related to the famous Aurors and opponents of the Dark Arts Frank and Alice Longbottom.

    Longbottom, Mr Deceased grandfather of Neville Longbottom. Neville saw him die, giving him the ability to see Thestrals.

    Longbottom, Neville Has been a forgetful and insecure Gryffindor student, but is gaining courage and ability as he sides with Harry in the D.A.

    Lovegood, Luna An eccentric Ravenclaw student one year below Harry who takes particular interest in the unbelievable and impossible. She is often mocked by other students but is somehow always there when needed.

    Lovegood, Mr Editor of The Quibbler and father of Luna.

    Lovegood, Mrs Mother of Luna. Died when a magic experiment went wrong.

    Lufkin, Artemisia First female Minister for Magic.

    Lupin, Remus Although once a month he turns into a werewolf, “Moony,” as he was called by his friends James Potter, Sirius Black and Peter Pettigrew, is a kind, brave, and fair man. This former Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher now works for the Order of the Phoenix.

    Lynch, Aidan Irish National Quidditch Seeker .

    MacBoon Clan Clan on the Scottish isle of Drear (now Unplottable), all of whom were transformed into ferocious, man-eating Quintapeds by rival clan the McCliverts.

    MacBoon, Quintius Member of the MacBoon clan who killed the rival McClivert chief in a duel.

    MacDonald, Magnus A Scottish wizard who started a campaign to reintroduce the incredibly violent broomstick game of Creaothceann in the 1960s. The Ministry of Magic took a dim view and the attempt was unsuccessful. Magnus' nickname is "Dent-Head".

    MacDougal, Morag A Hogwarts student.

    MacFarlan, Hamish Captain of the Montrose Magpies Quidditch team who went on to become a successful Head of the Department of Magical Games and Sports in the Ministry of Magic.

    MacFusty clan The clan of Scottish wizards who have managed the population of Hebridean Black Dragons for centuries.

    Macmillan, Ernie Hufflepuff prefect. Generally regarded as a touch pompous, but he tends to come out on the right side of things and even joined the D.A.

    MacMillan, Melania Wife of Arcturus Black and paternal grandmother of Sirius and Regulus Black. She appears on the Black family tree.

    Macnair, Walden Executioner for the Ministry of Magic and a Death Eater.

    Madley, Laura A Hufflepuff student.

    Magorian Chestnut centaur who lives in the Forbidden Forest.

    Malecrit French writer who penned the play Hélas, Je Me Suis Transfiguré les Pieds. The caliber of his writing may be hinted at by his name: Roughly translated, it means “badly written.”

    Malcolm A member of Dudley Dursley’s gang.

    Malfoy, Abraxas Grandfather of Draco Malfoy who died of dragon pox.

    Malfoy, Draco The Slytherin Seeker, he is Harry's arch-nemesis at Hogwarts because of the contempt he shows towards anyone different from himself. As he gets older, Draco acts more and more cruelly on his prejudices, showing a sadistic thirst for power - but also hints of insecurity. He was selected by Voldemort to carry out a mission to kill Albus Dumbledore, but his nerve failed him at the last minute and he failed to do so.

    Malfoy, Lucius Draco's father, an arrogant and wealthy pureblood wizard. He joined the Death Eaters but managed to keep himself out of Azkaban and closely connected to the Ministry until the end of Draco's fifth year.

    Malfoy, Narcissa Draco's haughty, pale-faced mother, and sister to Bellatrix Lestrange.

    Malkin, Madam Owner of a robe shop on Diagon Alley.

    Marchbanks, Griselda A witch who we know to be even older than Dumbledore, because she was his examiner when he took his NEWTs. She is now the head of the Wizarding Examinations Authority and was also a member of the Wizengamot. She resigned from the Wizengamot in protest over the treatment of Dumbledore when Dolores Umbridge was appointed as the Hogwarts High Inquisitor, but may have resumed the post following the downfall of Umbridge and Fudge.

    Marsh, Madam A traveller on the Knight Bus who is unfortunately vulnerable to motion sickness.

    Martha A helper at the orphanage that Tom Riddle Jr grew up in.

    Mason, Mr. A rich builder who attended a dinner party at the Dursleys' on Harry's twelfth birthday.

    Mason, Mrs. Bird-fearing wife of the builder who came to a dinner party at the Dursleys'.

    Maxime, Olympe The half-giantess Headmistress of Beaxbatons School. Although she originally denied her giant heritage, she later relented and accompanied Hagrid on a mission to mainland Europe to seek the assistance of the giant community there in the war against Voldemort.

    McClivert, Dugald Chief of the McClivert clan; he was killed in a duel with a member of the rival MacBoon clan.

    McCormack, Catriona Winning Pride of Portree Quidditch Captain in the 1960s.

    McCormack, Kirley Son of Catriona McCormick; he is now the lead guitarist for the Weird Sisters.

    McCormack, Meaghan Daughter of Catriona McCormick, she is now the Keeper for the Pride of Portree Quidditch team.

    McDonald, Natalie A Gryffindor student.

    McGonagall, Minerva The strict Transfiguration teacher, head of Gryffindor house, and Deputy Headmistress of Hogwarts. Also part of the Order and a vocal defender of Dumbledore in his fight against the Ministry and Voldemort. She is a registered Animagus who can turn into a cat. Following Dumbledore's death, she is in prime position to become the new Headmistress of Hogwarts.

    McGuffin, Jim Muggle weatherman.

    McKinnon, Marlene Member of the Order of the Phoenix who was killed along with her family during the First War.

    McKinnon, Mr Husband of Marlene, killed by Death Eaters during the First War.

    McLaggen, Cormac Large Gryffindor student a year above Harry who believes he's better at Quidditch than everyone else. His family is well-connected in the Ministry of Magic and he is a member of Professor Slughorn's Slug Club.

    McTavish, Tarquin A wizard who was imprisoned, presumably in Azkaban, for crimes against his Muggle neighbour. The neighbour in question was discovered trapped inside McTavish's kettle.

    Meadowes, Dorcas Personally killed by Voldemort while in the Order of the Phoenix during the First War.

    Melifua, Araminta Cousin of Sirius' mother who tried to get a Ministry bill passed to legalize Muggle-hunting.

    Merlin Character on Chocolate Frog card. Probably the royal advisor and wizard of Arthurian legend; the Wizarding title Order of Merlin is also named for him.

    Merrythought, Galatea A teacher of Defense Against the Dark Arts at Hogwarts who retired while Tom Riddle was at school.

    Midgeon, Eloise Hogwarts pupil with an unfortunate reputation for bad acne.

    de Mimsy-Porpington, Sir Nicholas Often known as Nearly Headless Nick, he is the helpful Gryffindor ghost.

    Moaning Myrtle Unhappy, bespectacled girl ghost who haunts the upstairs girls' bathroom at Hogwarts and could really do with a bit of romance. She was killed by the Basilisk from the Chamber of Secrets when it was first unleashed by Tom Riddle in 1943. When she was alive she was in Ravenclaw house [JKR Website].

    Mockridge, Cuthbert Head of the Goblin Liaison Office.

    Montague Former Slytherin Quidditch Captain and Chaser who spent a brief sojourn in a Vanishing Cabinet as his comeuppance for trying to take points from Gryffindor.

    Montgomery A five-year-old boy killed by Fenrir Greyback.

    Montgomery, Miss #1 Sister of the boy killed by Greyback.

    Montgomery, Miss #2 Sister of the boy killed by Greyback.

    Montgomery, Mrs Mother of the boy killed by Greyback. She allegedly refused to help the Death Eaters, which prompted the attack.

    Moody, Alastor Highly successful - now retired - Auror with a magical eye. Was meant to teach Defense Against the Dark Arts but was kidnapped and impersonated by the late Bartemius Crouch Jr. Now recovered, “Mad-Eye” works for the Order of the Phoenix.

    Moon Hogwarts student mentioned in a Sorting Ceremony.

    Moran, ? Irish National Quidditch Chaser.

    Morgan, Gwendoline Captain for the Holyhead Harpies Quidditch team during the 1950s. After the classic 1953 game against Heidelburg Harriers, the opposing captain Rudolf Brand proposed to her, and she concussed with her Cleansweep Five.

    Morgana Character on Chocolate Frog card.

    Mortlake, Mr A ferret-lover.

    Mosag Acromantula who is Aragog's wife.

    Mostafa, Hassan Quidditch World Cup referee, Chairwizard of the International Assosiation of Quidditch.

    Mrs. Norris Filch's cat who stalks the hallways of Hogwarts in search of any rule-breaking and notifies him with inexplicable speed.

    Mulciber Death Eater who specialized in the Imperius curse.

    Muldoon, Burdock Fourteenth-century Chief of the Wizards' Council who dictated that all magical creatures with four legs were beasts, and those with two legs, beings.

    Mullet Irish National Quidditch Chaser.

    Mumps, Zacharias He wrote the earliest description of Quidditch in 1398.

    Munch, Eric A worker at the Ministry of Magic.

    Murcus The Merchieftainess of the Merpeople in the Hogwarts lake at the time of the second task of the Triwizard Tournament.

    Murray, Eunice A Seeker for the all-conquering Montrose Magpies. She once petitioned for a faster Snitch, claiming that the standard one was too easy to catch. Eunice died in 1942.

    Myrtle See "Moaning Myrtle"

    Nagini Voldemort's giant snake who fed on his victims and nourished him with her milk.

    Nearly Headless Nick See "de Mimsy-Porpington, Sir Nicholas"

    Nettles, Z. Customer of the Kwikspell course.

    Nigellus, Phineas Sirius' great-great-grandfather and least popular headmaster Hogwarts ever had.

    Norbert Hagrid's Norwegian Ridgeback dragon.

    Nott, Mr Arrested Death Eater father of Theodore.

    Nott, Theodore A pale, intelligent Slytherin in Harry's year whose father is a Death Eater in Azkaban.

    Nutcombe, Honoria Witch who created the Society for Reformation of Hags.

    Oakby, Idris [1872 - 1985] Founder of the Society for the Support of Squibs, also known as the SSS.

    Oblansk, Mr The Bulgarian Minister of Magic.

    Odo A dying wizard, probably fictional, who had a song written about him.

    Ogden, Bob Former head of the Magical Law Enforcement Squad in the Department of Magical Law Enforcement. He once visited the Gaunts after complaints of an attack on a Muggle and was run from the house by Marvolo and Morfin Gaunt.

    Ogden, Tiberius A Wizengamot elder loyal to Dumbledore. He resigned from the Wizengamot in protest when Dolores Umbridge was made High Inquisitor of Hogwarts but was reinstated when she left the post.

    Ogg Former Gamekeeper at Hogwarts.

    O'Hare, Darren Keeper for Kenmare Kestrals Quidditch team.

    Olaf The Norwegian cousin of Goodwin Kneen, who wrote him a letter about an early game of Quiddtich.

    Oldridge, Chauncey First known victim of Dragon Pox.

    Oliphant, Gondoline Keeper for Kenmare Kestrals Quidditch team.

    Ollerton, Barnaby Brother who co-founded the Cleansweep Broom Company.

    Ollerton, Bill Brother who co-founded the Cleansweep Broom Company.

    Ollerton, Bob Brother who co-founded the Cleansweep Broom Company.

    Ollivander, Mr. Maker and seller of wands on Diagon Alley, who has a remarkable memory. He was kidnapped by Death Eaters but apparently didn't put up much of a fight.

    Oona A landlady mentioned in Goodwin Kneen's letter to his Norwegian cousin Olaf. She donated barrels that they set on stilts to score points in Quidditch.

    Paracelsus Name of wizard depicted on a wizard trading card

    Parkin, Walter Butcher whose seven children founded the Wigtown Wanderers; his descendents often still play for the team.

    Parkinson, Pansy A pug-faced Slytherin prefect and a close ally to (and perhaps girlfriend of) Draco Malfoy.

    Patil, Padma Ravenclaw student who went with Ron to the Yule Ball. Twin sister of Parvati Patil and member of the D.A.

    Patil, Parvati Gryffindor student who went with Harry to the Yule Ball. Twin sister of Padma Patil and member of the D.A.

    Patil, Mr Father of Parvati and Padma. He and his wife arrived to take the twins home the moment that news of Dumbledore's death reached them.

    Patil, Mrs Wife of Mr Patil and mother of Parvati and Padma.

    Payne, Mr A Muggle campsite manager. He ran the site next door to the one owned by Mr Roberts. The Diggorys stayed on Mr Payne’s site, whilst Harry and the Weasleys stayed on Mr Roberts’ site.

    Peakes, Jimmy Gryffindor Beater, new to the team in Harry's sixth year.

    Peasegood, Abraham Inventor of the American version of Quidditch: Quodpot.

    Peasegood, Arnold An Obliviator--member of the Accidental Magical Reversal Squad for the Ministry of Magic.

    Peeves Hogwart's poltergeist. Delights in causing trouble, and unlike the ghosts, can actually move objects to accomplish this.

    Pennifold, Daisy Inventor of the Pennifold Quaffle.

    Pepper, Octavius A wizard who disappeared during the second war.

    Perkins, Mr Works with Arthur Weasley in the small windowless office of the Ministry's Misuse of Muggle Artifacts.

    Perks, Sally-Anne A Hogwarts student.

    Pettigrew, Peter One of James Potter's old friends, "Wormtail," an unregistered Animagus who can turn himself into a rat. Betrayed James and Lily to Voldemort and now serves him. Last seen acting as a servant to the spy Severus Snape.

    Pettigrew, Mrs The mother of Peter Pettigrew. She was presented with the Order of Merlin, First Class on behalf of her supposedly-deceased son, which Cornelius Fudge believed to be some comfort to her.

    Philpott, Arkie A wizard who fell foul of heightened security procedures at Gringotts and ended up having a Probity Probe inserted somewhere he would rather it hadn't.

    Pigwidgeon Ron's owl, a tiny, excitable Scops.

    Pince, Irma Although she is the Hogwarts' librarian, this vulture-like woman seems to want no one touching the books, least of all students.

    Pinkstone, Carlotta An activist for Wizard/Muggle relations. Carlotta is dedicated to making Muggles aware of the existence of wizards, and has been sent to prison on several occasions for use of magic in Muggle areas.

    Pittiman, Radolphus The author who wrote a biography of Uric the Oddball.

    Platt, Yardley A serial goblin killer from the 15 th to 16 th century.

    Plumpton, Roderick Champion Seeker for the Tutshill Tornadoes in the early 1900s.

    Podmore, Sturgis A member of Harry's advance guard and an Order of the Phoenix member. Sent to Azkaban for being caught trying to get into the Department of Mysteries (most likely, whilst under the Imperius Curse).

    Pokeby, Gulliver An expert on magical birds. He was the first to identify the meaning of the Augurey's song and was the author of the book Why I Didn't Die When the Augurey Cried.

    Poliakoff A Durmstrang student who didn't get chosen as a Triwizard Tournament Champion.

    Polkiss, Mrs The mother of Piers. She dropped him off when Piers went on Dudley’s birthday trip to the zoo.

    Polkiss, Piers Dudley's friend. He went to the zoo with the Dursleys and Harry.

    Pomfrey, Poppy The Hogwarts school nurse, fiercely protective of her patients. Harry sees her quite often.

    Pontner, Roddy A wizard who placed a bet at the World Cup.

    Porskoff, Petrova The famous Russian Chaser, after whom the Porskoff Ploy was named.

    Potter, Charlus Husband of Dorea Black. Charlus is probably the father of James Potter, as many facts about him and his wife - such as birth and death dates (Dorea lived from 1920 to 1977), and James' status as an only son and a pure-blood - fit in with the known facts about James' parents. Charlus' likely status as James' father makes it unusual that he was not burned off the Black family tree, as his grandson Harry caused the downfall of Lord Voldemort whilst the tapestry was still being maintained by the insane pure-blood supremacist Walburga Black. Perhaps this was seen as an incident that wasn't Charlus' fault, although other people were certainly removed from the tree for far more minor crimes.

    Potter, Harry The Boy who has Lived, again and again, through repeated brushes with Voldemort and his Death Eaters. Despised and bullied by his only living relatives, Harry becomes more and more of a champion for the downtrodden and he is learning to be compassionate in addition to being brave. He prefers Quidditch to studying and his eyes are as green as a fresh pickled toad. He abandoned his studies at Hogwarts after his sixth year in order to track down and kill Voldemort.

    Potter, James Harry's father, a former Head boy who was killed by Lord Voldemort. Known as Prongs to his friends because of his ability to transform into a stag.

    Potter, Lily Harry's mother, a former Head girl who was also killed by Lord Voldemort as she tried to defend Harry.

    Potts, Nugent A Quidditch referee who was pierced in the nose by an arrow shot from a spectator watching a game.

    Prang, Ernie Driver of the Knight Bus.

    Prentice, Mr A Muggle who lives in the same neighbourhood as the Dursleys.

    President Muggle leader of a "long-distant country," presumably the US.

    Prewett, Fabian Member of the Order of the Phoenix and relative of Molly Weasley who was killed alongside his brother Gideon by five Death Eaters.

    Prewett, Gideon Member of the Order of the Phoenix and relative of Molly Weasley who was killed alongside his brother Fabian by five Death Eaters.

    Prewett, Ignatius The husband of Lucretia Black, who appears on the Black family tree. The tree shows that Ignatius and Lucretia did not have any children, but Ignatius may be the Uncle of Gideon and Fabian Prewett (who were killed by Death Eaters) and Molly Prewett (who later became Molly Weasley).

    Prime Minister Muggle government official who runs the non-magical element of Great Britain. He is occasionally visited by the Minister for Magic against his will.

    Prince, Eileen The mother of Severus Snape, a former Gobstones team captain at Hogwarts.

    Pringle, Apollyon Previous Hogwarts caretaker who, it would seem, did have permission for whipping.

    Pritchard, Graham A Slytherin Student.

    Prod, D.J. Customer of the Kwikspell course.

    Proudfoot, Mr An Auror stationed in Hogsmeade.

    Prudence The sister of Modesty Rabnott. Modesty wrote a letter to her in 1269 telling her about what happened when she objected to the use of a Golden Snidget as an extra element in a game of Quidditch.

    Ptolemy Character on Chocolate Frog card. Ron doesn't have this one.

    Pucey, Adrian A Slytherin Chaser and student.

    Puddifoot, Madam Owner of the tea shop in Hogsmeade.

    Purkiss, Doris A witch interviewed by the Quibbler.

    Pye, Augustus Trainee Healer at St. Mungo's who has probably learned his lesson about trying Muggle remedies.

    Quigley Irish National Quidditch Beater.

    Quince, Hambledon [1936 - present] Author of a controversial theory that Wizards originate from Mars, and Muggles originate from mushrooms.

    Quirke, Orla A Ravenclaw student.

    Quirrell, Quirinus Former Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher who became secretly loyal to the weakened Voldemort, but was left to die by him after failing to get the Sorcerer's/Philosopher's Stone.

    Rabnott, Modesty Wrote a morally indignant letter describing the first use of the Golden Snidget in a 1269 Quidditch match.

    Rackharrow, Urquhart Inventor of the Entrail-Expelling Curse.

    Radford, Mnemone [1562 - 1649] Mnemone developed Memory Modifying Charms and was the first Ministry of Magic Obliviator.

    Radulf A blacksmith friend of Goodwin Kneen. He was a reserve Chaser for the local Quidditch team.

    Ragnok A Goblin who worked at Gringott's bank. Bill Weasley tried to persuade him to support Dumbledore.

    Ravenclaw, Rowena One of the four founders of Hogwarts. She sought the cleverest young wizards and witches to enter the school.

    Riddle, Mr Grandfather of Voldemort and father of Tom Riddle Snr, a very wealthy Muggle from Little Hangleton. He was murdered by his grandson.

    Riddle, Mrs Wife of Mr Riddle, also murdered by Voldemort.

    Riddle, Tom Tom Marvolo Riddle's father, who abandoned his mother upon learning she was a witch and years later was murdered by his son.

    Riddle, Tom Marvolo A bitter orphaned boy who compensated for his father's rejection of him by becoming Lord Voldemort, a powerful Dark Wizard, and opening the Chamber of Secrets-all while becoming Head boy at Hogwarts. He is now engaged in a deadly war for control of the wizarding world, inevitably leading the side of evil.

    Ridgebit, Harvey [1881 - 1973] A Dragonologist who caught the first Peruvian Vipertooth, and established the world's largest Dragon sanctuary in Romania.

    Robards, Gawain The new head of the Auror Office, following Rufus Scrimgeour's promotion to Minister for Magic.

    Robins, Demelza Gryffindor Chaser, new to the team in Harry's sixth year.

    Roberts, Mr Muggle who owns a camp site.

    Roberts, Mrs Wife of Mr Roberts, she was attacked by Death Eaters along with her husband and children..

    Roberts Jnr #1 Child of Mr and Mrs Roberts.

    Roberts Jnr #2 Child of Mr and Mrs Roberts.

    Ronan A centaur who lives in the Forbidden Forest.

    Rookwood, Augustus Death Eater and former Unspeakable who gave Voldemort information about the Ministry. He wounded Hermione with a curse at the Department of Mysteries battle and was arrested later that night.

    Rosier, Druella Wife of Cynus Black and mother of Bellatrix, Andromeda and Narcissa Black. Druella is probably related to Evan Rosier in some way.

    Rosier, Evan Death Eater who died in a fight with Mad-Eye Moody. He was once a friend of Severus Snape.

    Rosier, Mr An early Death Eater, who accompanied Voldemort on his trip to Hogwarts when he asked for the DADA job. He is likely to be the father of Evan Rosier, who went to school with Snape.

    Rosmerta, Madam Lovely bartender of the Three Broomsticks in Hogsmeade. She was placed under the Imperius Curse as a part of Draco Malfoy's plan to kill Albus Dumbledore.

    Ryan, Barry Irish National Quidditch Team Keeper.

    Sanguini A Vampire and friend of Eldred Worple.

    Savage, Mr An Auror stationed in Hogsmeade.

    Scabbers Ron's lethargic, hand-me-down rat who turned out to be Peter Pettigrew.

    Scamander, Newton Artemis Fido Author of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.

    Scamander, Porpentina The wife of Newt Scamander. Now retired, the couple live in Dorset, England.

    Scarpin Inventor of the Revelaspell, which is used to identify the ingredients of any given potion.

    Schmidt, Bruno A six-year-old an Erkling failed to deceive and eat.

    Schmidt, Mr Bruno's father.

    Scrimgeour, Brutus Author of the aggressive volume The Beaters' Bible.

    Scrimgeour, Rufus. Former head of Auror Office, appointed as the new Minister for Magic following the dismissal of Cornelius Fudge. He is far more capable and aware than Fudge, but unfortunately doesn't get on with Harry or Dumbledore any better.

    Shacklebolt, Kingsley Auror who was in charge of the hunt for Sirius. He is part of the Order of the Phoenix and was recently assigned to protect the Muggle Prime Minister.

    Shimpling, Derwent Once ate an entire Venomous Tentacula for a bet and survived although he is now purple in hue.

    Shingleton, Gaspard The celebrated inventor of the self-stirring cauldron.

    Shunpike, Stan Young, talkative conductor of the Knight Bus. Currently in Azkaban, having been arrested on very flimsy evidence of Dark activity.

    Sinistra, Aurora Astronomy teacher of Hogwarts.

    Skeeter, Rita Daily Prophet writer who, thanks to her secret ability to transform into a beetle, finds the dirt on wizarding celebrities like Harry and delights in revealing these truths to the world. At least, she did until Hermione found her out.

    Slinkhard, Wilbert Author of Defensive Magical Theory.

    Sloper, Jack Former Gryffindor Quidditch team Beater.

    Slughorn, Horace Rotund but jovial Potions teacher at Hogwarts. Now in his second stint at the school, Horace was Head of Slytherin first time around. He seeks the company of the rich and famous and, despite his skill at Potions, is a little lacking in the bravery department. He lives with the guilt of having told the young Tom Riddle how to create a Horcrux.

    Slytherin, Salazar One of the four founders of Hogwarts. He wanted only pureblood, particularly ambitious students to be admitted. He was a Parselmouth and created the Chamber of Secrets to wreak vengeance on those who did not fit this mold.

    Smethley, Veronica One of Gilderoy Lockhart's fans.

    Smethwyck, Elliot Invented the Cushioning Charm in 1820, which raised the comfort level of broomsticks substantially.

    Smethwyck, Hippocrates Healer at St. Mungo's.

    Smethwyk, Leopoldina A Quidditch referee from the nineteenth century.

    Smith, Hepzibah A very fat, very rich old witch who was a descendent of Helga Hufflepuff. She was murdered by Voldemort for her possessions, particularly Hufflepuff's cup and Slytherin's locket.

    Smith, Zacharias Annoyingly skeptical member of the D.A. He is also the Hufflepuff Chaser.

    Smith, Mr The haughty-looking father of Zaccharias Smith, who arrived to escort his son from Hogwarts after Dumbledore had been killed.

    Smythe, Georgina Someone who owned a Flitterbloom that wasn't doing so well, and wrote in to Tilden Toots, the celebrity gardener, to ask for advice.

    Snape, Severus The greasy-haired Potions teacher and head of Slytherin house. He hates Harry as he always despised Harry's dad. Snape is a talented Occlumens and was once a Death Eater, but now he is in the Order of the Phoenix as well. He applied the killing blow to Albus Dumbledore, perhaps at Dumbledore's own request. His actions have nonetheless led the entire Order to brand him a traitor.

    Snape, Tobias The Muggle father of Severus Snape.

    Snowy A half-cat/half-Kneazle that belonged to Arabella Figg.

    Sparky The phoenix mascot of the Moutohora Macaws Quidditch team from New Zealand.

    Spinnet, Alicia Former Gryffindor Chaser and a member of the D.A.

    Spore, Phyllida Author of One Thousand Magical Herbs and Fungi.

    Sprout, Pomona Herbology teacher and head of Hufflepuff house.

    Spudmore, Mr Co-owner of the company which produced the Tinderblast broomstick.

    Stainwright, Erica [1932-2001] Disgraced 1950s housekeeping guru who made a fortune selling cleaning potions that really generated more mould and grime.

    Stalk, Blenheim Penned Muggles Who Notice in 1972.

    Stebbins A Hufflepuff student.

    Stimpson, Patricia A Gryffindor student.

    Strout, Miriam Healer for St. Mungo's.

    Stubbs, Billy A young resident of the orphanage that Tom Riddle Jr grew up in. Tom hanged his rabbit.

    Stump, Grogan An early nineteenth century Minister of Magic.

    Stroulger, Edward A character on a Chocolate Frog card.

    Summerbee, Felix The inventor of the Cheering Charm.

    Summerby The Hufflepuff Seeker following the death of Cedric Diggory.

    Summers A Hufflepuff student.

    Switch, Emeric Author of A Beginners' Guide to Transfiguration.

    Sykes, Jocunda Made the first crossing of the Atlantic on an Oakshaft broomstick in 1935.

    Ted Muggle news reporter.

    Tenebrus Hagrid's favorite thestral.

    Thickey, Janus A man who faked his own death by Lethifold attack in order to run off with the landlady of the Green Dragon inn. A spell damage ward at St Mungo's hospital is named after him.

    Thomas, Dean One of Harry's Gryffindor friends, a talented artist who joined the D. A. He thinks he is Muggle-born but in fact he had a wizard father who was killed by Death Eaters before Dean was born. Dean went out with Ginny Weasley for several months and after they split up was none too pleased when Harry started seeing her.

    Father of Thomas, Dean Biological father of Dean Thomas, killed by Death Eaters.

    Thomas, Mr The Muggle stepfather of Dean Thomas.

    Thomas, Mrs The Muggle mother of Dean Thomas.

    Thruston, Orsino Drummer with The Weird Sisters.

    Tiberius The uncle of Cormac McLaggen, he is very well-connected in the Ministry.

    Timms, Agatha A witch who placed a bet at the World Cup.

    Tofty, Professor An O.W.L. examiner.

    Toke, Tilly Heroine of the infamous Ilfracombe dragon attack of 1932.

    Tom Bartender at the Leaky Cauldron.

    Tonks, Andromeda Sirius Black's favorite cousin and mother to Nymphadora Tonks. She was disowned by the Black family for marrying a Muggle-born, Ted Tonks.

    Tonks, Nymphadora Member of the Order of the Phoenix, Metamorphmagus, and a young Auror. Tonks has recently started a relationship with Remus Lupin.

    Tonks, Ted Slobbish Muggle-born father to Nymphadora Tonks.

    Toots, Tilden A celebrity gardener who appears on the Wizarding Wireless Network. He is married to author Daisy Hookum.

    Towler, Kenneth A Gryffindor student.

    Travers Death Eater who murdered the McKinnons.

    Trelawney, Cassandra A famous Seer and the great-great-grandmother of Sybill Trelawney, the Hogwarts Divination teacher.

    Trelawney, Sybill The misty-eyed and misty-voiced, sherry-soaked Divination teacher who prefers predicting gruesome deaths to making actual prophecies.

    Tremlett, Donaghan Bass player with the Weird Sisters.

    Trevor Neville's toad, who is often making a break for it.

    Trimble, Quentin Author of The Dark Forces: A Guide to Self Protection.

    Troy Irish National Quidditch Chaser.

    Tufty A cat-Kneazle that belonged to Arabella Figg.

    Turpin, Lisa A Ravenclaw student.

    Twycross, Wilkie The Apparition teacher who taught the pupils in Harry's year.

    Ubbly, Dr The inventor of Dr. Ubbly's Oblivious Unction, which was used by Madam Pomfrey to heal the welts on Ron, who had been attacked by a brain in the Ministry of Magic.

    Ugga A somewhat elderly Beater for Goodwin Kneen's local Quidditch team.

    Umbridge, Dolores Jane Senior Undersecretary to the Minister of Magic and former High Inquisitor of Hogwarts who has a froglike face and a hatred of non-wizards.

    Umfraville, Quintius Wizard who wrote The Noble Sport of Warlocks in 1620.

    Uric the Oddball A medieval wizard famed for his eccentricity. His unusual behaviour included sleeping in a room full of 50 Augureys and wearing a dead badger as a toupee. Despite (or indeed because of) all this, he was still considered important enough to have a biography of him written.

    Urquhart Slytherin Chaser and Captain during Harry's sixth year.

    Vablatsky, Cassandra Author of Unfogging the Future.

    Vaisey Slytherin Chaser in Harry's sixth year and their best goalscorer. He was injured for the game against Gryffindor due to taking a Bludger to the head during practice.

    Vance, Emmeline A stately-looking witch who was a member of Harry's advance guard for the Order of the Phoenix. She was later killed by Death Eaters.

    Vane, Romilda A Gryffindor girl two years below Harry. Along with a large number of other girls of her age, she is rather keen on Harry and even went as far as to give him some chocolates infused with a Love Potion to make him go out with her. Unfortunately for Romilda, Ron ate them instead.

    Vector, Septima Arithmancy teacher at Hogwarts.

    Verity A young witch who works for Fred and George Weasley in Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes.

    Viridian, Vindictus Author of Curses and Countercurses.

    Violet The subject of a portrait in the room off the Hogwarts Great Hall and a friend of the Fat Lady.

    Voldemort See Riddle, Tom Marvolo.

    Volkov Bulgarian National Quidditch Beater.

    Vulchanov Bulgarian National Quidditch Beater.

    Wadcock, Joscelind Chaser for Puddlemere United.

    Waffling, Adalbert Author of A Magical Theory.

    Wagtail, Myron Singer with The Weird Sisters.

    Wailing Widow A ghost from Kent who came to Nearly Headless Nick's deathday party.

    Warbeck, Celestina A popular singing sorceress.

    Warrington, C A Slytherin Chaser, who according to Dean Thomas looked like a sloth.

    Watkins, Fabius A legendary Captain and Chaser of the Montrose Magpies. He died at the age of 35 in 1975 after a freak collision with a helicopter.

    Weasley, Arthur Ron's father, a hard worker at the Misuse of Muggle Artifacts Office in the Ministry. He has a very inquisitive mind and an open mind towards Muggles. He was recently promoted to be the head of the new Office for Detection and Confiscation of Counterfeit Defensive Spells and Protective Objects.

    Weasley, Bill The eldest, and possibly the hippest, Weasley brother. He is a charm-breaker at Gringotts and a member of the Order of the Phoenix, and is engaged to Fleur Delacour. He was savaged by Fenrir Greyback in the fight on the ramparts at Hogwarts and sustained severe facial injuries.

    Weasley, Bilius Uncle of Ron Weasley, he died after seeing a Grim.

    Weasley, Charlie The second eldest Weasley brother. He breeds dragons in Romania.

    Weasley, Fred One of the mischievous Weasley twins, who were Beaters for the Gryffindor Quidditch team and now own a joke shop on Diagon Alley.

    Weasley, George One of the mischievous Weasley twins, who were Beaters for the Gryffindor Quidditch team and now own a joke shop on Diagon Alley.

    Weasley, Ginevra The youngest and smallest of the large Weasley family, Ginny is a talented witch with the twins' imagination and an exceptional amount of courage. She actually named the D.A. and also joined the Gryffindor Quidditch team as Seeker, later also playing as a Chaser. She went out with Harry for some time, and although he tried to split up with her, she is unlikely to let him do so for very long.

    Weasley, Molly The mother of all of the Weasley kids, she is always happy to mother extra kids as well—but is not to be crossed.

    Weasley?, Muriel Aunt of the Weasley siblings.

    Weasley, Percy Ignatius The strict, ambitious Weasley who cut himself off from the family to work in the Ministry.

    Weasley, Ron Harry's best friend at Hogwarts. Ron has a good sense of humor but lacks the confidence of his funny twin brothers. He deplores his family's lack of wealth, but is very loyal to them, as he is to his friends. He plays as Keeper for the Gryffindor Quidditch team.

    Weasley, Septimus A member of the family who married Cedrella Black. Cedrella's name was subsequently burnt off the Black family tree for the crime of marrying into a family of blood-traitors.

    Wendelin the Weird A witch who was burned at the stake 47 times because she liked the way it tickled.

    Wenlock, Bridget A famous Arithmancer who was the first to establish the magical properties of the number 7.

    Whalley, Eric A young resident of the orphanage that Tom Riddle Jr grew up in. He had chickenpox when Albus Dumbledore came to visit.

    Whisp, Kennilworthy Author of Quidditch Through the Ages.

    Whitby, Kevin A Hufflepuff Student.

    Whitehorn, Devlin Founder of the Nimbus broomstick company.

    Widdershins, Willy A very naughty wizard who enjoyed playing pranks on Muggles, like setting off regurgitating toilets, and got away with it by bargaining with the Ministry.

    Wigworthy, Wilhelm The author of the book "Home Life and Habits of British Muggles".

    Wilfred the Wistful A wizard whose statue stood on the seventh floor of Hogwarts.

    Wildsmith, Ignatia Inventor of Floo Powder.

    Will A minor crook once conned by Mundungus Fletcher over some toads.

    Wilkes, Mr A Death Eater killed by Aurors and once a friend of Severus Snape.

    Williamson, Mr Long-haired Ministry of Magic employee.

    Wimple, Gilbert A member of the Committee on Experimental Charms, who has horns.

    Winky The dismissed house-elf of Mr. Crouch, she now works at Hogwarts and pines for her late master over countless Butterbeers.

    Wintringham, Herman Lute player with The Weird Sisters.

    Wood, Oliver The former Gryffindor Quidditch Captain and Keeper who now is on reserve for Puddlemere United.

    Wood, Mr The father of Oliver Wood. Harry met him at the Quidditch World Cup.

    Wood, Mrs The mother of Oliver Wood. Harry met her at the Quidditch World Cup.

    Worple, Eldred Author of "Blood Brothers: My Life Amongst the Vampires."

    Worme, Augustus The wizard who commissioned Newt Scamander to write "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" for Obscurus Books.

    Wright, Bowman Metal-charmer who created and sold the first Golden Snitch.

    Wronski, Josef Seeker for the Polish Quidditch team the Grodvsk Goblins, who originated various moves, such as the Wronski Feint.

    Yaxley A Death Eater who failed to look for Voldemort when he disappeared after attacking Harry.

    Yaxley, Lysandra A witch who married Arcturus Black and is included on the Black family tree. Lysandra was not burned off the tree and was therefore approved of by the family: she is probably related to the Death Eater with the same surname.

    Youdle, Cyprian A Quidditch referee from Norfolk who was killed by a curse from the crowd during a match in 1357.

    Yvonne Aunt Petunia's friend that is vacationing in Majorca during the first book.

    Zabini, Blaise A Slytherin student with a famously often-married mother.

    Zabini, Mrs The famously beautiful mother of Blaise Zabini. She has been married seven times, and each of her husbands died mysteriously and left her large quantities of gold.

    Zamojski, Ladislaw The Polish national Quidditch team’s top Chaser – Barry Ryan pulled off a stunning save against him in their game against Ireland in 1995.

    Zeller, Rose A Hufflepuff student.

    Zograf Bulgarian National Quidditch Keeper.

    Sirius Black Albus Dumbledore

    Hermione Granger Rubeus Hagrid

    Remus Lupin Neville Longbottom

    Draco Malfoy Professor McGonagall

    Harry Potter James Potter

    Lily Potter Severus Snape

    Lord Voldemort Arthur Weasley

    Ginny Weasley Molly Weasley

    Ron Weasley

    Professor Binns Albus Dumbledore

    Argus Filch Professor Flitwick

    Professor Grubbly Plank Hagrid

    Madam Hooch Professor Lockhart

    Remus Lupin Professor McGonagall

    Alastor Moody Madam Pince

    Madam Pomfrey Professor Quirrell

    Professor Slughorn Professor Snape

    Professor Sprout Professor Trelawney

    Dolores Umbridge Katie Bell Lavender Brown

    Cho Chang Vincent Crabbe

    Colin Creevey Cedric Diggory

    Seamus Finnegan Gregory Goyle

    Hermione Granger Angelina Johnson

    Lee Jordan Neville Longbottom

    Luna Lovegood Draco Malfoy

    Cormac McLaggen Padma Patil

    Parvati Patil Harry Potter

    Alicia Spinnet Dean Thomas

    Fred Weasley George Weasley

    Ginny Weasley Percy Weasley

    Ron Weasley Oliver Wood

    Bartemius Crouch Junior Marvolo Gaunt

    Merope Gaunt Morfin Gaunt

    Fenrir Greyback Igor Karkaroff

    Bellatrix Lestrange Lucius Malfoy

    Narcissa Malfoy Peter Pettigrew

    Professor Quirrell Professor Snape

    Lord Voldemort

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