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Hamish MacFarlan

Hamish MacFarlan

Hamish MacFarlan was a Quidditch player for the Montrose Magpies (team captain 1957-1968) and later the head of the Department of Magical Games and Sports at the Ministry of Magic. His career was described as “successful” and “illustrious” (QA7).

Skills

Leadership and team building

Commentary

Etymology

Hamish is a Scottish name deriving from Seumas (Sheumais) and James, which originate from the Hebrew name Jacob (meaning "may God protect" (Behind the Name).

MacFarlan is a surname of Scottish and Irish origin, from Old Gaelic MacPharlain, meaning "son of  Bartholomew" (itself a Hebrew name meaning "having many furrows") (Internet Surname Database).

Pensieve (Comments)

Tags: athletes competitions/competitors leaders leadership sports successful talent team

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