• Character Marietta Edgecombe was 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 in order to protect her mother’s… 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 Elfrida Clagg was the Chieftainess of Warlock’s Council (JKR). * The dates given on Clagg’s Chocolate Frog card (1612-1687) conflict with information from QA4 which says she was the “Chief of the Wizard’s Council” in the mid-1300s. The portrait of the similarly named Elfrida Cragg in the Ministry… Read More
• Character Elfrida Cragg is a witch whose portrait hangs in St. Mungo’s. Everard ran into her portrait to watch what happened to Arthur Weasley after he had been injured in order to report back to Dumbledore (OP22). 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 Queen Elizabeth I was the 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 Elveira Elkins was a witch whose letter appeared on the Problem Page of the Daily Prophet (DP3). Ms Elkins’ letter explained that everything she tried to charm had failed. She was advised by author Zamira Gulch to pay more attention when performing spells and in the meantime to try using Muggle “nails” to put… Read More
• Character Elladora Guffy was the next-door neighbour of Ethelbald Mordaunt. Madam Guffy was fond of practical jokes. She was been known on occasion to enchant Mordaunt’s garden furniture. This infuriated Mr. Mordaunt, which he eloquently expressed in a letter to the Daily Prophet (DP1). Read More
• Character Elladora Ketteridge was a 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 Ellen Cracknell was a Muggle woman and a member of the Umbridge family. She was married to a wizard named Orford Umbridge. The couple had two children together. The first was Dolores Umbridge. Their younger child, a son, was a squib. Although they were married for more than fifteen years,… Read More
• Character Ellie Cattermole was the daughter of Reginald and Mary Cattermole. Ellie and her two siblings were half-bloods (DH13). Read More
• Character Elodie Dembélé was one of the Chasers on the Ivory Coast National Team at the Quidditch World Cup tournament in 2014 (Pm:Quidditch). Although Dembélé scored most of Ivory Coast’s goals, her team lost their initial match against the Norwegian National Team by a score of… Read More
• Character Elsie Prod was the widow of Demetrius J. Prod (DP2) She may be the same person as the wife of D. J. Prod (CS8)… Read More
• Character Emily Rappaport was the 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 Emma Dobbs was a Hogwarts student who began her first year in 1994 (GF12). Read More
• Real Person Emma Thompson is a British actress who plays Sybill Trelawney in the Harry Potter films. Read More
• Real Person Emma Watson is a British actress, model, and activist who plays Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter films. Read More
• Character Emmeline Vance was a 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… Read More
• Character Enid Smeek was a woman who knew or knew of Bathilda Bagshot and described her to Rita Skeeter as “nutty as squirrel poo” (DH18). Read More
• Character Erica Stainwright was a popular witch who sold fake cleaning potions to unsuspecting householders in the 1950s (JKR, WoM). Read More
• Character Mrs. Esposito was the landlady of the building where the Goldstein sisters live. She did not allow tenants to have men on the premises (WFT). Read More
• Character Eugenia Jenkins was Minister for Magic from 1968 to 1975.  She 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 Professor Eulalie “Lally” Hicks was an American witch and a professor at Ilvermorny School of Witchcraft and Wizardry in the late 1920s. In 1927, Nicolas Flamel used his gold, phoenix embossed, magical book to have a conversation with Dumbledore but his page was blank so he flipped to… Read More
• Character Eunice Murray played Seeker for the Montrose Magpies Quidditch team. She died in 1942. Murray petitioned for a speedier Golden Snitch for the game of Quidditch, as she felt the current model was too slow (QA7). Read More
• Character Euphemia Rowle was an “extreme Death Eater” and the guardian of Delphi, the offspring of Lord Voldemort and Bellatrix Lestrange (CC3.16). Read More
• Character Eupraxia Mole was the headmistress of Hogwarts in 1876, when she negotiated an end to a standoff with Peeves by signing a contract allowing the poltergeist certain privileges. Read More
• Character Evangeline Orpington was one of the Ministry’s “most accomplished Ministers for Magic,” according to Garrick 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