1447 - 1508
Inventor of Cheering Charms.
1467 - 1555
Daisy Dodderidge built the Leaky Cauldron inn to serve as a gateway between the non-wizarding world and Diagon Alley. Wizards and witches of her day loved her generosity and the welcoming atmosphere of her pub.
1486 - 1535
Celebrated wizard imprisoned by Muggles for his writing, because they thought his books were evil.
1492 - 1560
Mother was a witch, and father was a Muggle. He is famous for combining his loves of magic, science, and sports by creating the Golden Snitch, which greatly improved the game of Quidditch.
In "Quidditch Through the Ages", it says Bowman Wright lived in the 1300s.
1506 - 1588
Wizard Chess Champion
1520 - 1666
Composer of the unfinished "Wizarding Suite," which features an exploding tuba. Has been banned since its last performance in 1902, when it blew the roof out of Ackerley Town Hall.
Gunhilda of Gorsemoor
1556 - 1639
One-eyed, hump-backed witch famous for developing a cure for Dragon Pox. When she died, everyone who knew her felt great sorrow, for she was a talented and hardworking healer.
A statue of Gunhilda stands in the corridors of Hogwarts; a secret passageway leading to Honeydukes' in Hogsmeade opens with a door in her hump.
1560 - 1659
Famous wizard healer.
Founded Saint Mungo's Hospital for Magical Ailments and Injuries.
1566 - 1629
Established the Committee on Experimental Charms.
1568 - 1623
Famous for blowing up the hamlet of Little Dropping in Hampshire while attempting to magically mix a birthday cake.