• Character Brother of Molly (Prewett) Weasley (JKR, OP9), who died heroically in the first wizarding war. Read More
• Character Quidditch player, Chaser and Captain of the Montrose Magpies team (c. 1960s-1970s). He was killed after a collision with a helicopter (WoM). Read More
• Character The first recorded example of an Animagus. He could transform himself into a falcon (fw). Read More
• Character Fang is Hagrid’s pet and companion, an enormous black boarhound (PS8, GF13) with a booming bark (CS15). The boarhound is another name for the Great Dane. Boarhounds have a reputation for being gentle, even with small children, even though they earned their name by being… Read More
• Character The Fat Friar is the house ghost of Hufflepuff.  He is a jolly, friendly ghost who cheerfully wishes the first years good day and hopes they’ll be in Hufflepuff (PS7). He wears a ruff and tights (PS7). He was executed after senior churchmen found it suspicious that he could… Read More
• Character A painting of a large woman in a pink silk dress hangs over the round doorway into the Gryffindor Common Room. To gain admittance to through the portrait hole, a person must give the correct password to the Fat Lady, in which case she swings her frame out from the… Read More
• Character Ravenclaw, 1991 – 1998 (CS11, GF16, GF23) Possibly part of the Fawcett family of Ottery St. Catchpole. Attended the Duelling Club in 1992 (CS11) and the Yule Ball in 1994 (GF23). For a short time she had a… Read More
• Character Fawkes is the pet phoenix of Albus Dumbledore, who uses what appears to be one of Fawkes’ scarlet body-feathers as a quill (OP38). The wands of  Harry and Voldemort each contain a feather from Fawkes’ tail (GF36). When Fawkes is asked to keep watch and give warning, or deliver… Read More
• Character A Wizarding Pure-blood family, listed in the ‘Pure-Blood Directory’ (c. 1930) as one of the ‘Sacred Twenty-Eight’ families (Pm). Notable members include Hector Fawley who was Minister for Magic from 1925-1939. Read More
• Character A flamboyant Minister for Magic during the years before World War II, 1925 – 1939 (Pm). Read More
• Character Werewolf, low-level Death Eater, and friend of the Malfoy family. He killed for fun and especially enjoyed infecting children. Greyback was a follower of Voldemort since at least 1970s, though he was in it for the access to victims, not for ideological reasons. It was Greyback… Read More
• Character Benjy Fenwick was a member of the Order of the Phoenix during the 1970s. He was killed by Death Eaters (OP9). Read More
• Character Arabella Doreen Figg is a Squib, living in a house on Wisteria Walk in Little Whinging, Surrey. Mrs. Figg is an original member of The Order of the Phoenix and for the past 15 years has been assigned the task of watching over Harry Potter, who was growing up two… Read More
• Character Argus Filch was the notoriously cranky caretaker of Hogwarts, famous for his bad temper. Filch was the Hogwarts caretaker. He was a cantankerous, nasty man who detests the students. Filch had a “scrawny, dust-colored” pet cat called Mrs. Norris with whom he had an almost psychic connection. She wandered the… Read More
• Character Presumably the inventor of Filibuster’s Fabulous No-Heat, Wet-Start Fireworks (CS4,GF11). Read More
• Character Captain and Beater of the Ballycastle Bats quidditch team (DP1, DP2) Possibly the same person as Quigley (GF8)… Read More
• Character The Muggle mother of Justin Finch-Fletchley. After Justin’s Hogwarts letter arrived, Mrs. Finch-Fletchley was initially a bit unhappy that her son would not being attending Eton as planned. However, she may have become more enthusiastic after Justin had her read the books of Gilderoy Lockhart (CS6). Read More
• Character Justin Finch-Fletchley’s parents, who had him down for Eton until his Hogwarts letter arrived. His mother only felt better about the magic thing after Justin made her read some of Lockhart’s books (CS6). Read More
• Character A Bowtruckle in Newt Scamander’s case (WFT). Read More
• Character A wizarding family. A notable member is Seamus Finnigan a half-blood wizard who participated in the Battle of Hogwarts. Read More
• Character Seamus is an Irish boy with sandy hair, he is a Half-blood: his father is a Muggle, and his mother didn’t tell his dad that she was a witch until after they were married, which was a “bit of a nasty shock for him.” The Sorting Hat took almost a… Read More
• Character Firenze is a centaur with white-blond hair, palomino body, and blue eyes (PS15). He trusts humans more than the rest of the centaurs; he let Harry ride on his back in order to bring him to a safe place and helped him understand that Voldemort was lurking in the Forbidden Forest and planning to get the Philosopher’s… Read More
• Character Basil Flack was the sixth Minister for Magic only two months in 1752, when he resigned (from fear?) due to a sudden Goblin-Werewolf alliance (Pm). Read More
• Character American author of Bigfoot’s Last Stand about the Great Sasquatch Rebellion of 1892 (Pm). Read More
• Character Flamel is a celebrated alchemist (DH2) who is famous for creating the only known Philosopher’s Stone in existence. As a result, Flamel and his wife Perenelle (b. circa 1333) lived for over 600 years (PS17, JKR). Dumbledore did some alchemical work with him in the 1900s (… Read More
• Character Nicolas Flamel’s wife (PS17). She and her future husband met while attending Beauxbatons Academy (Pm). Read More
• Character Survived a Lethifold attack while in Papua New Guinea in 1782. He wrote about the experience, revealing for the first time the existence of this terrible creature and also the fact that a Patronus Charm will drive a Lethifold away. Belby had at one time… Read More
• Character Fleamont Potter was the father of James Potter and the inventor of Sleekeazy’s hair potion, the sale of which added to the family’s already vast wealth. When he retired, he sold the company for an enormous profit (Pm). Fleamont Potter inherited the Cloak of Invisibility from his father, a direct… Read More
• Character Hedley Fleetwood was a wizard whose Patronus took the form of a wooly mammoth. This was notable to Miranda Goshawk, who references him in the Book of Spells, because extinct Patronuses are exceptionally rare. (BoS)… Read More
• Character President of the Magical Congress of the United States when it was based in Baltimore, Maryland, during the 1770s (Pm:MACUSA). Read More
• Character Mundungus Fletcher is a rather dodgy character, a crook whose shady business dealings are always getting him into trouble. However, he’s also a member of the Order of the Phoenix. Read More
• Character Breeder (and racer) of winged horses, Fletwock also campaigns to restrict travel by brooms (JKR, WoM). Read More
• Character Fleur Isabelle Delacour was the Beauxbatons champion for the 1994 – 1995 Triwizard Tournament (GF16). Read More
• Character Slytherin, 1986 – 1994 (repeated a year) Quidditch Chaser and captain. Harry thought he looked like he had troll blood. He wasn’t beyond a bit of cheating to win a match (PS11, CS7, CS10, PA13). Flint made Draco Malfoy the new Seeker when Lucius Malfoy donated… Read More
• Character A Wizarding Pure-blood family, listed in the ‘Pure-Blood Directory’ (c. 1930) as one of the ‘Sacred Twenty-Eight’ families (Pm). A notable member is Marcus Flint, a former Slytherin Chaser and Quidditch Captain. Read More
• Character Filius Flitwick is the Charms professor at Hogwarts, and the Head of Ravenclaw House. He is very small in stature (he needs to stand on a pile of books to see over his desk), but not small in magical ability. He was an accomplished wizard and, according to rumor, was… Read More
• Character Owner of an ice cream parlor in Diagon Alley. Florean knew quite a bit about history; When Harry was living at the Leaky Cauldron for a couple of weeks in August of 1993, he spent part of his days working on his homework at Florean’s shop. Florean gave him free… Read More
• Character Very dangerous, very large three-headed dog, owned by Rubeus Hagrid. Fluffy’s weakness is music, which puts him to sleep. Read More
• Character Imaginary best friend of a young Scorpius Malfoy. They parted ways when they had a disagreement about the correct rules of Gobstones. Read More
• Character Agilbert Fontaine is the current Headmaster of Ilvermorny School of Witchcraft and Wizardry(Pm). Read More
• Character A renowned American wizarding family with ties to MACUSA and Ilvermorny School (Pm) Members include: Theodard Fontaine Agilbert Fontaine… Read More
• Character Red-nosed, corpulent wizard. Fortescue was at one time a Headmaster of Hogwarts. His portrait hangs in the Headmaster’s office (OP27). Read More
• Character Frank was a giant Thunderbird rescued from captivity in Egypt by Newt Scamander in the 1920s and smuggled into New York inside his suitcase. In Egypt, Frank had been kept cruelly chained by his leg, but inside Newt’s case he lived in a replica of the Arizona desert, his native… Read More
• Character Elderly muggle caretaker of the Riddle house in Little Hangleton. Killed by Voldemort (GF1). Resident of Little Hangleton for most of his life, except for his military service during World War II (in which he was wounded, leaving him with a certain amount of permanent disability). After the war… Read More
• Character Frank Longbottom, along with his wife Alice, were famous Aurors who fought valiantly against Voldemort and his supporters during the 1970s. Frank and Alice were members of the original Order of the Phoenix (OP9, PC/JKR1). They were captured by Bellatrix Lestrange, Barty Crouch Jr., and several other Death Eater  shortly after… Read More
• Character Fred Weasley is one of the seven children of Arthur and Molly Weasley and twin brother to George Weasley. The twins are co-owners of Weasley’s Wizard Wheezes, a highly successful joke shop in Diagon Alley. Sadly, Fred was a casualty of the Battle of Hogwarts. The Weasley twins are the… Read More
• Character Quidditch player, Chaser for the Liechtenstein National Team (2014). Read More
• Character Giantess and mother of Hagrid, abandoned her human family in c.1931. She had another child, a son named Grawp, by another giant (OP20). Read More
• Character The wife of Minister for Magic Cornelius Fudge (GF28). Read More
• Character Minister of Magic 1990-1996 (HBP1) and previously Junior Minister in the Department of Magical Accidents and Catatrophes (PA10). Cornelius Oswald Fudge was Minister of Magic from 1990 (according to The Quibbler, OP10) until June 1996 when he was replaced by Rufus Scrimgeour. Read More
• Character A British wizarding family with ties to the Ministry of magic. Notable members: Cornelius Fudge Mrs. Fudge Rufus Fudge… Read More
• Character Nephew of Cornelius Fudge and employee of the Ministry of Magic… Read More
• Character Famous for being so cowardly he never ventured out of his house. Died when a Defensive Charm backfired and the roof fell in (FW). Read More
• Character Terrified of pixies after being abducted by some while on holiday in Cornwall (FW43). Read More