• Character A 15th Century Muggle nobleman from Poppleton, England, who made the lives of those around him miserable with his demands (BoS). Read More
• Character A part vampire, d’Eath is a very popular singer whose song “Necks to You” spent nineteen weeks in the Number 1 slot (JKR, WoM). Read More
• Character Earned nine “Outstanding” O.W.L.s the year before Harry, Ron, and Hermione took theirs. He assured Harry and Ron that the credit belonged solely to Baruffio’s Brain Elixir (OP31). Read More
• Character Edgar was a member of the Order of the Phoenix in the 1970s; Moody said “he was a great wizard.” Killed, with his wife and children, by a Death Eater before Voldemort fell (OP9). Brother of Amelia Susan Bones, uncle of Susan Bones. Read More
• Character Ghost who has been hanging around the Hogwarts Quidditch pitch as long as anyone can remember. Edgar was obviously a pretty good player in his day (Quidditch World Cup/g). Read More
• Character Inventor of the Sneakoscope, a type of Dark Detector that warns when someone untrustworthy is nearby (FW). Read More
• Character A friend of Cho Chang’s with curly, reddish-blonde hair, Marietta was dragged to D.A. meetings by Cho and signed her name to the parchment that listed members of the group (OP16). However, when she later betrayed the group to Umbridge, she discovered the parchment had been jinxed, and her… Read More
• Character Edmund Gaddlegate was a Muggle boy who lived in the village of Poppleton, England in the late 15th century. (BoS)… Read More
• Character The son of Remus and Nymphadora Lupin, Teddy is a Metamorphmagus like his mother (DH25, BLC). He was named for his grandfather Ted Tonks, and is the godson of Harry Potter (DH25). Orphaned in the Battle of Hogwarts (DH33) and raised by his grandmother, Andromeda Tonks, though… Read More
• Character Muggle-born wizard, father of Nymphadora and husband of Andromeda. He was described by his daughter as a “right old slob,” in contrast to the Dursleys, whose house seemed unnaturally clean to Nymphadora (OP3). Andromeda’s marriage to Ted resulted in her being disowned by the (OP6). Ted Tonks had fair… Read More
• Character Severus Snape’s mother, a witch who appeared to be unhappily married to a Muggle (HBP13). A picture of Eileen as a fifteen-year old is described as skinny and “simultaneously cross and sullen, with heavy brows and a long, pallid face” (HBP25). Captain of the Hogwarts Gobstones Team (… Read More
• Character Homicidal, probably insane wizard who built a dark fortress for himself on a remote North Sea island. He hid the island away from both the Wizarding and Muggle worlds with Concealment charms. Ekrizdis was reputed to lure and capture Muggle sailors to his island lair where he tortured and killed them. When… Read More
• Character Eldon Elsrickle was a wizard and a famous thief, who brought the Unlocking Charm to Britain in the early 17th century. Elsrickle was behind a series of mysterious robberies in London, winning him the title of “The Spectral Thief of Old London Town.” (BoS)… Read More
• Character Author of Blood Brothers: My Life Amongst the Vampires and a guest at Slughorn’s Christmas party with his friend Sanguini. (HBP15)… Read More
• Character The fourth Minister for Magic, in office 1733 – 1747. He was popular, and considered one of the Ministry’s “most accomplished Ministers for Magic,” by Ollivander (Pm). Read More
• Character Chieftainess of Warlock’s Council (JKR) *The dates given on Clagg’s Chocolate Frog card conflict with information from QA4 which says she was the “Chief of the Wizard’s Council” in the mid-1300s. The portrait of Elfrida Cragg in the Ministry of Magic headquarters may be of the same… Read More
• Character Someone whose portrait hangs in St. Mungo’s; Everard ran into her portrait to watch what happened to Arthur Weasley after he had been injured (OP22). This is probably a misprint for Elfrida Clagg, the famous Chiefteness of the Wizard’s Council in the 1600s.  … Read More
• Character Elias Story is the identity Isolt Sayre assumes when fleeing from her aunt, Gormlaith Gaunt, and sailing to North America on the Mayflower. Elias is a Muggle boy who fits in better with the shipful of Puritans than a witch would (Pm). Read More
• Character Elizabeth McGilliguddy was president of MACUSA during the American Revolution and the 1777 “Country or Kind?” debate. She encouraged the British Ministry of Magic to refrain from interfering in the war for American independence (Pm). Read More
• Character A duelling competition held on Dartmoor in 1379 was won by the English witch Elizabeth Smudgling, who cleverly used a simple Disarming Charm against her wizard opponent in the final. For this achievement, she became the “Supreme Dueller”. (BoS)… Read More
• Character Muggle Queen of England and Ireland, from November 1558 until her death in March 1603. Known as the Virgin Queen, she was the last Tudor monarch. Her reign was known as the Elizabethan period. Read More
• Character Next door neighbour to Ethelbald Mordaunt, Madam Guffy is fond of practical jokes (DP1). Read More
• Character Witch who discovered the properties of gillyweed when she nearly suffocated after eating it and recovered only when she stuck her head into a bucket of water (FW). Read More
• Character One-half of the Ellerby & Spudmore broom manufacturing partnership, he (or she) and Abel Spudmore developed the Tinderblast and Swiftstick models of broom (QA9, Pm). Read More
• Character Old wizard the same age as Dumbledore, with a wheezy voice and silver hair (DH8). Doge was part of the original Order of the Phoenix and at the time wore a “stupid” hat. Part of the Advance Guard that helped Harry in his escape from number four, Privet Drive… Read More
• Character Minerva McGonagall’s boss at the Ministry of Magic where she worked for a time after leaving Hogwarts. Later, he proposed to her and — after first refusing him — eventually she accepted and they married. Ephinstone and Minerva lived for three years in Hogsmeade until his accidental death from a… Read More
• Character Wife of Demetrius J. Prod (DP2) She may be the same person as the wife of D. J. Prod (CS8)… Read More
• Character Witch whose letter appears on the Problem Page of the Daily Prophet (DP3)… Read More
• Character 15th President of the MACUSA. In 1790, she instituted Rappaport’s Law, which completely segregated the wizarding and No-Maj communities after Dorcus Twelvetrees exposed the magical community in a catastrophic breach of the International Statute of Secrecy (Pm). Read More
• Character Member of the Order of the Phoenix, both in the 1970s and in the 1990s. She was part of the Advance Guard that escorted Harry from number four, Privet Drive to number twelve, Grimmauld Place (OP3, OP9). She is described as a stately-looking witch with an emerald green… Read More
• Character A popular witch who sold fake cleaning potions to unsuspecting householders in the 1950s (JKR, WoM). Read More
• Character Eric Munch is a watchwizard who worked in the Atrium of the Ministry of Magic. When Harry visited the Ministry for his hearing on August 12, 1995, a watchwizard named Eric was on duty. Eric is described as “badly shaven” and wearing robes colored to match the ceiling of the… Read More
• Character Though sort of a pompous fellow, Ernie’s heart and loyalties are in the right place. Harry first met him in his second year, when Ernie took the lead among the Hufflepuffs in attempting to protect Muggle-born Justin Finch-Fletchley. Although at first he believed Harry to be the Heir of Slytherin,… Read More
• Character Elderly, bespectacled driver of the Knight Bus. He gave the impression to Harry that he hadn’t mastered the use of the steering wheel (PA3). Ernie, like so many witches and wizards, attended Dumbledore’s funeral (HBP30). Read More
• Character Wizard whose next door neighbour, Elladora Guffy, was overly fond of practical joke spells (DP1)  … Read More
• Character A small boy with prominent ears; it’s implied that at the beginning of his first year that he believed the Daily Prophet‘s smear campaign against Harry (OP11). Read More
• Character Minister for Magic 1968-1975.  Dealt “competently” with pure-blood riots and Squib Rights marches, but was not deemed able to deal with the rise of Lord Voldemort. Read More
• Character An “extreme Death Eater” and Guardian of Delphi, the offspring of Lord Voldemort and Bellatrix Lestrange (CC3.16). Read More
• Character Headmistress of Hogwarts in 1876, negotiated a standoff with Peeves by signing a contract allowing the poltergeist certain privileges. Read More
• Character One of the Ministry’s “most accomplished Ministers for Magic,” according to Ollivander (Pm). Orpington was Minister from 1849 to 1855, during which time she introduced the hidden platform at King’s Cross Station as a way for magical folk to access the Hogwarts Express (Pm). Read More
• Character A Muggle family, notable members include Lily Evans Potter and Petunia Evans Dursley. Read More