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Mrs Abbott – The mother of Hannah Abbott, killed by Death Eaters
Hannah Abbott – Hufflepuff student in Harry Potter's year, landlady of the Leaky Cauldron and wife of Neville Longbottom,[1] member of Dumbledore's Army
Euan Abercrombie – Gryffindor student who enters Hogwarts in Harry's fifth year
Stewart Ackerley – Ravenclaw student who enters Hogwarts in Harry's fourth year
Falco Aesalon – Ancient Greek wizard, first known Animagus
Cornelius Agrippa – Wizard imprisoned by Muggles for his "evil" writings
Alderton – Alleged Muggle-born sent to Azkaban in Deathly Hallows despite claiming relation to Arkie Alderton
Archibald Alderton – Blew up the town of Little Hangleton in Hampshire
Arkie Alderton – Famous broomstick designer.
PC Anderson – A Muggle police officer from the Harry Potter prequel.

Bertram Aubrey – Hogwarts student bullied by James Potter and Sirius Black
Avery – One of the first Death Eaters, attended Hogwarts with Tom Marvolo Riddle
Avery – Death Eater, Slytherin student who befriended Severus Snape while at Hogwarts
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Bathsheda Babbling – Ancient Runes teacher at Hogwarts
Malcolm Baddock – Slytherin student who is in Hogwarts in Harry's fourth year
Mr Bagman – Father of Ludovic and Otto Bagman, friend of Death Eater Augustus Rookwood
Ludovic Bagman – Quidditch Beater for the Wimbourne Wasps, Head of the Department of Games and Sports within the Ministry of Magic
Otto Bagman – Brother of Ludovic Bagman
Millicent Bagnold – Minister for Magic before Cornelius Fudge.
Bathilda Bagshot – Author of A History of Magic, Great Aunt of Gellert Grindelwald.
Heathcote Barbary – Guitarist for the Weird Sisters
Musidora Barkwith – Composer noted for her work Wizarding Suite
Baruffio – Namesake of Baruffio's Brain Elixir
Ali Bashir – Flying carpet merchant who attempts unsuccessfully to establish a flying carpet business in Britain in Goblet of Fire, on the grounds that there is a market for a "family vehicle."
Hetty Bayliss – Muggle who witnessed Arthur Weasley's flying Ford Anglia.

Oswald Beamish – Goblin rights pioneer.
Herbert Beery – Past Herbology teacher at Hogwarts, left to teach at the Wizarding Academy of Dramatic Arts

Flavius Belby – First wizard to write about the lethifold.
Marcus Belby – Ravenclaw student at Hogwarts a year above Harry Potter.
Humphrey Belcher – Wizard who experimented with cheese cauldrons.
Katie Bell – Gryffindor student one year above Harry Potter; Chaser on the Gryffindor Quidditch team.

Amy Benson – Girl at the orphanage with Tom Marvolo Riddle.
Cuthbert Binns – Ghost, History of Magic professor.
Dennis Bishop – Boy at the orphanage with Tom Marvolo Riddle.
Alphard Black – Son of Pollux Black and Irma Crabbe, brother of Cygnus and Walburga Black, maternal uncle to Sirius Black and Regulus Arcturus Black, disowned for financially supporting Sirius Black after he left home to live with the Potter family.

Andromeda Black – See Andromeda Tonks.
Arcturus Black – Son of Phineas Nigellus Black and Ursula Flint, brother of Sirius, Phineas, Belvina, and Cygnus Black, husband of Lysandra Yaxley, father of Callidora, Charis, and Cedrella Black
Arcturus Black – Son of Hesper Gamp, husband of Melania MacMillan, father of Lucretia and Orion Black

Bellatrix Black – See Bellatrix Lestrange

Belvina Black – See Belvina Burke

Callidora Black – See Callidora Longbottom

Cassiopeia Black – Daughter of Cygnus Black and Violetta Bulstrode, sister of Pollux, Marius, and Dorea Black

Cedrella Black – See Cedrella Weasley

Charis Black – See Charis Crouch

Cygnus Black – Son of Phineas Nigellus Black and Ursula Flint, brother of Sirius, Phineas, Belvina, and Arcturus Black, husband of Violetta Bulstrode, father of Pollux, Cassiopeia, Marius, and Dorea Black

Cygnus Black – Son of Pollux Black and Irma Crabbe, brother of Walburga and Alphard Black, husband of Druella Rosier, father of Bellatrix, Andromeda, and Narcissa Black, maternal uncle to Sirius and Regulus Arcturus Black, great-grandson of Phineas Nigellus Black
Dorea Black – Daughter of Cygnus Black and Violetta Bulstrode, sister of Pollux and Cassiopeia Black, mother of Charlus Potter's son Druella Black (née Rosier) – Wife of Cygnus Black, mother of Bellatrix, Andromeda and Narcissa Black
Elladora Black – Sister of Phineas Nigellus, Sirius, and Isla Black Hesper Black (née Gamp) – Wife of Sirius Black, mother of Arcturus, Lycoris, and Regulus Black

Irma Black (née Crabbe) – Wife of Pollux Black, mother of Walburga, Alphard and Cygnus Black

Isla Black – See Isla Hitchens

Lucretia Black – See Lucretia Prewett

Lycoris Black – Daughter of Sirius Black and Hesper Gamp, sister of Arcturus and Regulus Black

Lysandra Black (née Yaxley) – Wife of Arcturus Black, mother of Callidora, Charis and Cedrella Black

Marius Black – Son of Cygnus Black and Violetta Bulstrode, brother of Pollux, Cassiopeia and Dorea Black, disowned for being a Squib
Melania Black (née MacMillan) – Wife of Arcturus Black, mother of Lucretia and Orion Black

Narcissa Black – See Narcissa Malfoy

Orion Black – Son of Arcturus Black and Melania MacMillan, brother of Lucretia Black, husband of Walburga Black, father of Sirius and Regulus Arcturus Black

Phineas Black – Son of Phineas Nigellus Black and Ursula Flint, brother of Sirius, Cygnus, Belvina and Arcturus Black, disowned for supporting Muggle rights

Phineas Nigellus Black – Brother of Sirius, Elladora, and Isla Black, husband of Ursula Flint, father of Sirius, Phineas, Cygnus, Belvina, and Arcturus Black, Headmaster of Hogwarts

Pollux Black – Son of Cygnus Black and Violetta Bulstrode, brother of Cassiopeia, Marius and Dorea Black, husband of Irma Crabbe, father of Walburga, Alphard and Cygnus Black

Regulus Black – Son of Sirius Black and Hesper Gamp, brother of Lycoris and Arcturus Black

Regulus Arcturus Black – Son of Orion and Walburga Black, brother of Sirius Black, Slytherin Quidditch Seeker, reformed Death Eater
Sirius Black – Brother of Phineas Nigellus, Elladora and Isla Black, died at a young age

Sirius Black – Son of Phineas Nigellus and Ursula Flint, husband of Hesper Gamp, brother of Phineas, Cygnus, Belvina and Arcturus Black, father of Arcturus, Lycoris and Regulus Black

Sirius Black – Son of Orion and Walburga Black, brother of Regulus Arcturus Black, godfather of Harry Potter, Gryffindor student at Hogwarts (only Black not to be in Slytherin), Animagus, disowned for running away from home to live with the Potter family, member of the Order of the Phoenix, killed by his cousin Bellatrix Lestrange

Ursula Black (née Flint) – Wife of Phineas Nigellus Black, mother of Sirius, Phineas, Cygnus, Belvina and Arcturus Black

Violetta Black (née Bulstrode) – Wife of Cygnus Black, mother of Pollux, Cassiopeia, Marius and Dorea Black
Walburga Black (née Black) – Daughter of Pollux Black and Irma Crabbe, sister of Alphard and Cygnus Black, wife of Orion Black, mother of Sirius and Regulus Arcturus Black

Balfour Blane – Established the Committee on Experimental Charms Timothy Blenkinsop – Puddlemere United supporter

Bletchley – Ministry of Magic employee whose office was drenched with rain

Miles Bletchley – Keeper on the Slytherin Quidditch team during Harry's time at Hogwarts

Beatrix Bloxam (1794-1910) – Author of the banned children's book series The Toadstool Tales

Blodwyn Bludd – Vampire who was known as the 'Vampire of the Valleys'. Famous for singing to his victims before biting them in their neck.
Stubby Boardman – Lead singer of the Hobgoblins

Melinda Bobbin – Hogwarts student during Harry's time at school, her family owns a chain of apothecaries
Broderick Bode – Ministry of Magic employee in the Department of Mysteries, killed by Devil's Snare

Bole – Slytherin Quidditch Beater

Pierre Bonaccord – First Supreme Mugwump of the International Confederation of Wizards

Amelia Susan Bones – Head of the Department of Magical Law Enforcement, aunt of Susan Bones

Edgar Bones – Member of the original Order of the Phoenix, brother of Amelia Susan Bones, uncle of Susan Bones

Susan Bones – Hufflepuff student in Harry's year, member of Dumbledore's Army

Mungo Bonham – Healer who founded St Mungo's Hospital for Magical Ailments and Injuries, Wizard of the Month on J. K. Rowling’s website for March 2005.

Terry Boot – Ravenclaw student in Harry's year, member of Dumbledore's Army.

Libatius Borage – Author of Advanced Potion-Making.
Mr Borgin – Proprietor of Borgin & Burkes in Knockturn Alley

Bertie Bott – Creator of Bertie Bott's Every Flavour Beans

Bradley – Chaser on the Ravenclaw Quidditch team during Harry's time at Hogwarts.

Barberus Bragge – Chief of the Wizards' Council, introduced the Golden Snitch to Quidditch.

Betty Braithwaite – Reporter for the Daily Prophet.
Rudolf Brand – Captain of the Heidelberg Harriers Quidditch team.

Eleanor Branstone – Hufflepuff student who entered Hogwarts in Harry's fourth year.

Karl Broadmoore – Beater for the Falmouth Falcons Quidditch team with his brother Kevin.

Kevin Broadmoore – Beater for the Falmouth Falcons Quidditch team with his brother Karl.

Mandy Brocklehurst – Ravenclaw student in Harry's year Rupert "Axebanger" Brookstanton – Name Hermione Granger came across while searching for the identity of R.A.B.
Lavender Brown – Gryffindor student in Harry's year, member of Dumbledore's Army, briefly dates Ron Weasley, attends the Yule Ball with Seamus Finnigan.

Frank Bryce – Muggle gardener for the Riddle family, murdered by Lord Voldemort.

Millicent Bulstrode – Slytherin student in Harry's year, member of Umbridge's Inquisitorial Squad.
Violetta Bulstrode – See Violetta Black.

K. Bundy – Hogwarts student during Harry's time at school. Rosalind Antigone Bungs – Name that Hermione Granger came across while searching for the identity of R.A.B.
Charity Burbage – Professor of Muggle Studies at Hogwarts during Harry's time at school.

Caratacus Burke – Co-founder of Borgin and Burkes. Cheated Merope Gaunt, buying a precious heirloom from her at a pittance.

Belvina Burke (née Black) – Daughter of Phineas Nigellus Black and Ursula Flint, sister of Sirius, Phineas, Cygnus and Arcturus Black, wife of Herbert Burke, mother of two sons and one daughter.
Herbert Burke – Husband of Belvina Black, father of two sons and one daughter.

Randolph Burrow – Ravenclaw Quidditch Chaser during Harry's time at Hogwarts

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Sir Cadogan – Armoured knight occupying a painting in Hogwarts
Cadwallader – Hufflepuff Quidditch Chaser during Harry's time at Hogwarts

S. Capper – Hogwarts student during Harry's time at school

Eddie Carmichael – Ravenclaw student one year above Harry Potter
Alecto Carrow – Sister of Amycus Carrow, Death Eater and professor of Muggle Studies for one year

Amycus Carrow – Brother of Alecto Carrow, Death Eater and professor of Defence Against the Dark Arts for one year.
Greta Catchlove – Author of Charm Your Own Cheese

Mary Cattermole – Wife of Reginald Cattermole

Ellie Cattermole – Daughter of Reg and Mary Cattermole

Maisie Cattermole – Daughter of Reg and Mary Cattermole
Alfred Cattermole – Son of Reg and Mary Cattermole

Reginald Cattermole – Employee of the Magical Maintenance Department for the Ministry of Magic.
Owen Cauldwell – Hufflepuff student who entered Hogwarts during Harry's fourth year.
Chambers – Ravenclaw Quidditch Chaser during Harry's time at Hogwarts
Cho Chang – Ravenclaw student one year above Harry, Quidditch Seeker, member of Dumbledore's Army, dates Cedric Diggory, Harry Potter, Roger Davies and Michael Corner. Attends the Yule Ball with Cedric Diggory.
Glenda Chittock – Presenter of Witching Hour on the Wizarding Wireless Network, J. K. Rowling's Wizard of the Month for October 2004

Herbert Chorley – Muggle Junior Minister who received a botched Imperius Curse that left him impersonating a duck and attacking innocent civilians
Agatha Chubb – Wizarding archaeologist who found twelve lead Bludgers from the sixteenth century

Elfrida Clagg – Chieftainess of the Warlock's Council, made the Golden Snidget a protected species, J. K. Rowling's Wizard of the Month for June 2005

Penelope Clearwater – Ravenclaw prefect four years above Harry, girlfriend of Percy Weasley

Edgar Clogg – Ghost who hangs around the Hogwarts Quidditch pitch Mrs Cole – Matron of Tom Riddle's orphanage

Magenta Comstock – Experimental artist, J. K. Rowling's Wizard of the Month for April 2007

Connolly – Beater for the Irish national Quidditch team

Buckley Cooper – Daily Prophet reader

Howland Coopey – Daily Prophet reader with Dragon Pox

Ritchie Coote – Beater on the Gryffindor Quidditch team during Harry's sixth year

Michael Corner – Ravenclaw student in Harry's year, member of Dumbledore's Army, dates Ginny Weasley and Cho Chang
Irma Crabbe – See Irma Black
Crabbe Sr – Death Eater, father of Vincent Crabbe
Vincent Crabbe – Slytherin student in Harry's year, son of Death Eater, Slytherin Quidditch team Beater, member of the Inquisitorial Squad
Mr Creevey – Muggle milkman, father of Colin and Dennis Creevey
Colin Creevey – Muggle-born Gryffindor student one year below Harry, brother of Dennis Creevey, member of Dumbledore's Army, killed in seventh book

Dennis Creevey – Muggle-born Gryffindor student three years below Harry, brother of Colin Creevey, member of Dumbledore's Army

Dirk Cresswell – Muggle-born Head of the Goblin Liaison Office

Croaker – Ministry of Magic employee in the Department of Mysteries

Doris Crockford – Meets Harry Potter in the Leaky Cauldron on the day Harry returns to the Wizarding world

Crispin Cronk – Sent to Azkaban for keeping sphinxes in his backyard
Glenda Crook – Works for the Campaign for Greater Freedom for Wizards
Bartemius "Barty" Crouch Sr – Head of the Department of International Magical Cooperation, father of Barty Crouch Jr

Bartemius "Barty" Crouch Jr – Death Eater, son of Barty Crouch Sr
Caspar Crouch – Husband of Charis Black, father of one son and two daughters

Charis Crouch (née Black) – Daughter of Arcturus Black and Lysandra Yaxley, wife of Caspar Crouch, mother of one son and two daughters
Gideon Crumb – Plays bagpipes for the Weird Sisters
Barnabas Cuffe – Editor of the Daily Prophet

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Hector Dagworth-Granger – Founder of the Most Extraordinary Society of Potioneers

Roger Davies – Ravenclaw student two years above Harry, Quidditch Chaser and Captain, attended the Yule Ball with Fleur Delacour

John Dawlish – Auror

Sir Nicholas de Mimsy-Porpington/Nearly Headless Nick – Gryffindor House ghost
Caradoc Dearborn – Member of the original Order of the Phoenix
Apolline Delacour – Wife of M. Delacour (first name unknown), mother of Fleur and Gabrielle Delacour

Fleur Delacour – Daughter of Apolline and M. Delacour (first name unknown), sister of Gabrielle Delacour, wife of Bill Weasley, mother of Victoire, Dominique and Louis Weasley, participated in the Triwizard Tournament representing Beauxbatons
Gabrielle Delacour – Daughter of Apolline and M. Delacour (first name unknown), sister of Fleur Delacour

Monsieur Delacour (first name unknown) – Husband of Apolline Delacour, father of Fleur and Gabrielle Delacour
Sir Patrick Delaney-Podmore – Bearded ghost who leads the Headless Hunt

Derrick – Beater for the Slytherin Quidditch team, three years above Harry

Dilys Derwent – St Mungo's Healer and Headmistress of Hogwarts

Barnabas Deverill – One-time owner of the Elder Wand, killed by Loxias
Philbert Deverill – Manager of Puddlemere United

Dedalus Diggle – Member of the Order of the Phoenix

Amos Diggory – Works for the Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures, father of Cedric Diggory

Cedric Diggory – Hufflepuff student two years above Harry, school prefect, Quidditch Seeker and captain, co-winner of the Triwizard Tournament, attended the Yule Ball with Cho Chang. Killed by Peter Pettigrew on Voldemort's orders.

Mrs Diggory – Mother of Cedric Diggory, wife of Amos Diggory

Ivor Dillonsby – Interviewed by Rita Skeeter for her book The Life and Lies of Albus Dumbledore

Dimitrov – Chaser for the Bulgarian national Quidditch team

Harold Dingle – Student at Hogwarts during Harry's time at school
Armando Dippet – Headmaster of Hogwarts in Tom Riddle's time
Emma Dobbs – Hogwarts student three years below Harry
Daisy Dodderidge – Builder and landlady of the Leaky Cauldron, J. K. Rowling’s Wizard of the Month for March 2006

Elphias Doge – Member of the original Order of the Phoenix, Special Advisor to the Wizengamot, long-time friend of Albus Dumbledore

Antonin Dolohov – Death Eater, killed Fabian Prewett, Gideon Prewett, and Remus Lupin

Mary Dorkins – Muggle news reporter
Ragmar Dorkins – Manager of the Chudley Cannons Quidditch team

J. Dorny – Hogwarts student during Harry's time at school
Vlad Drakul – Vampire who inspired Muggle author Bram Stoker to create his famous character Count Dracula.

Kirley Duke – Lead guitarist for the popular wizarding band The Weird Sisters.

Matilda Dukelow – Holyhead Harpies fan

Aberforth Dumbledore – Son of Percival and Kendra Dumbledore, brother of Albus and Ariana Dumbledore, owner of the Hog's Head
Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore – Son of Percival and Kendra Dumbledore, brother of Aberforth and Ariana Dumbledore, Hogwarts Headmaster in Harry Potter's time, Transfiguration professor in Tom Riddle's time, founder of the Order of the Phoenix, Order of Merlin First Class, Supreme Mugwump of the International Confederation of Wizards, Chief Warlock of the Wizengamot.

Ariana Dumbledore – Daughter of Percival and Kendra Dumbledore, sister of Aberforth and Albus Dumbledore
Honoria Dumbledore – Albus' maiden aunt
Kendra Dumbledore – Wife of Percival Dumbledore, mother of Albus, Aberforth, and Ariana Dumbledore

Percival Dumbledore – Husband of Kendra Dumbledore, father of Albus, Aberforth, and Ariana Dumbledore, imprisoned in Azkaban after hexing three Muggles.
B. Dunstan – Hogwarts student whilst Harry is attending the school.

Dudley Dursley – Son of Vernon Dursley and Petunia Evans, first cousin of Harry Potter

Marjorie Dursley – Sister of Vernon Dursley

Petunia Dursley (née Evans) – Sister of Lily Evans, aunt of Harry Potter, wife of Vernon Dursley, mother of Dudley Dursley
Vernon Dursley – Brother of Marge Dursley, husband of Petunia Evans, father of Dudley Dursley, uncle of Harry Potter

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Lorcan d'Eath – Part-vampire singer, J. K. Rowling's Wizard of the Month for November 2006

Marietta Edgecombe – Ravenclaw student one year above Harry, traitor to Dumbledore's Army

Madam Edgecombe – Works in the Floo Network Office, mother of Marietta Edgecombe
Mordicus Egg – Author of The Philosophy of the Mundane: Why Muggles Prefer Not to Know

Ellerby – Manufacturer of the 1940 Tinderblast broom

Wilfred Elphick – First to be gored by an Erumpent
Lily Evans – See Lily Potter
Mark Evans – Muggle boy who is bullied by Dudley Dursley; no relation to Lily and Petunia Evans
Petunia Evans – See Petunia Dursley

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Perpetua Fancourt – Inventor of the Lunascope

S. Fawcett – Ravenclaw student in Harry's year
Benjy Fenwick – Member of the original Order of the Phoenix

Fulbert the Fearful – Wizard who was so cowardly he never ventured out of his house. Died when a defensive charm backfired and the roof fell in.
Arabella Doreen Figg – Squib neighbour of the Dursleys', member of the Order of the Phoenix.

Argus Filch – Squib caretaker of Hogwarts

Justin Finch-Fletchley – Muggle-born Hufflepuff student in Harry's year, member of Dumbledore's Army
Mrs Finnigan – Mother of Seamus Finnigan
Seamus Finnigan – Irish Gryffindor student in Harry's year, member of Dumbledore's Army, attends the Yule Ball with Lavender Brown
Sergeant Fisher – A Muggle police officer from the Harry Potter prequel.[2]

Nicolas Flamel – Husband of Perenelle Flamel, alchemist, the only known creator of the philosopher's stone. A fictionalised version of Nicolas Flamel, the mediaeval scrivener and alchemist.
Perenelle Flamel – Wife of Nicolas Flamel

Angus Fleet – Muggle who spotted Arthur Weasley's flying Ford Anglia
Mundungus Fletcher – Member of the Order of the Phoenix
Laurentia Fletwock – Breeder and racer of winged horses, J. K. Rowling's Wizard of the Month for December 2006

Marcus Flint – Slytherin Quidditch Chaser and Captain, five years above Harry

Ursula Flint – See Ursula Black

Filius Flitwick – Part-Goblin Charms professor at Hogwarts and Head of Ravenclaw

Ambrosius Flume – Owner of Honeydukes Sweetshop in Hogsmeade
Dexter Fortescue – Hogwarts Headmaster
Florean Fortescue – Owner of an ice cream parlor in Diagon Alley. Helped Harry Potter with his homework and gave him free ice cream. Victim of the Death Eaters.
Victoria Frobisher – Gryffindor student at the time Harry was at Hogwarts

Colonel Fubster – Friend of Marge Dursley Cornelius Oswald Fudge – Former Minister for Magic
Dymphna Furmage – Witch who is terrified of pixies

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Hesper Gamp – See Hesper Black

Marvolo Gaunt – Father of Merope and Morfin Gaunt, grandfather of Tom Marvolo Riddle, descendant of Salazar Slytherin and Cadmus Peverell from whom he inherited the Resurrection Stone

Merope Gaunt – Daughter of Marvolo Gaunt, sister of Morfin Gaunt, wife of Tom Riddle, mother of Tom Marvolo Riddle
Morfin Gaunt – Son of Marvolo Gaunt, brother of Merope Gaunt, uncle of Lord Voldemort

Gibbon – Death Eater, killed at Hogwarts in Half-Blood Prince
Godelot – Father of Hereward Godelot, owner of the Elder Wand
Hereward Godelot – Son of Godelot, killed his father for possession of the Elder Wand
Anthony Goldstein – Ravenclaw student in Harry's year, member of Dumbledore's Army
Dragomir Gorgovitch – Quidditch Chaser with the Chudley Cannons

Gunhilda of Gorsemoor – A one-eyed, hump-backed witch who discovered a cure for dragon pox.

Miranda Goshawk – Author of the Standard Book of Spells series
Goyle Sr – Death Eater, father of Gregory Goyle
Gregory Goyle – Son of Goyle, Slytherin student in Harry's year, Slytherin Quidditch Beater, member of the Inquisitorial Squad
Mr Granger – Muggle dentist, father of Hermione Granger


Mrs Granger – Muggle dentist, mother of Hermione Granger
Hector Dagworth Granger – Founder of the Most Extraordinary Society of Potioneers
Hermione Jean Granger – Muggle-born Gryffindor student in Harry's year, member of Dumbledore's Army, Gryffindor prefect, eventual wife of Ron Weasley and mother of Hugo and Rose Weasley
Merton Graves – Cello player of the Weird Sisters.
Astoria Greengrass – Sister of Daphne Greengrass, wife of Draco Malfoy, mother of Scorpius Malfoy[3]
Daphne Greengrass – Slytherin student in Harry's year, older sister of Astoria Greengrass

Gregorovitch – European wand maker, killed by Lord Voldemort
Fenrir Greyback – Werewolf, Death Eater, infected Remus Lupin, maimed Bill Weasley
Glynnis Griffiths – Quidditch Seeker with the Holyhead Harpies
Elias Grimstone – Broommaker who created the Oakshaft 79
Gellert Grindelwald – Dark Wizard, friend, and later rival, of Albus Dumbledore, nephew of Bathilda Bagshot, owner of the Elder Wand, student at Durmstrang
Wilhelmina Grubbly-Plank – Substitute Care of Magical Creatures professor
Alberic Grunnion – Inventor of the Dungbomb
Godric Gryffindor – Co-founder of Hogwarts, J. K. Rowling’s Wizard of the Month for July 2007
Davy Gudgeon – Hogwarts student before Harry's time at school
Galvin Gudgeon – Quidditch Seeker for the Chudley Cannons
Gladys Gudgeon – Fan of Gilderoy Lockhart, writes weekly fan mail
Elladora Guffy – Neighbour of Ethelbart Mordaunt

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Rubeus Hagrid – Son of Hagrid and Fridwulfa, expelled Gryffindor student, Keeper of Keys and Grounds at Hogwarts, Care of Magical Creatures professor, member of the Order of the Phoenix, half-giant, half brother to Grawp
Hagrid Sr – Wizard father of Rubeus Hagrid
Ciceron Harkiss – Student of Horace Slughorn, gave Ambrosius Flume his first job
Harper – Slytherin Quidditch Chaser during Harry's time at school
Warty Harris – Original owner of toads stolen by Mundungus Fletcher


Bertie Higgs – Hunting partner of Tiberius McLaggen
Terence Higgs – Slytherin Quidditch Seeker during Harry's first year
Glover Hipworth – Inventor of the Pepperup Potion
Bob Hitchens – Muggle who married Isla Black (sister of Phineas Nigellus Black)
Isla Hitchens (née Black) – Sister of Phineas Nigellus, Sirius and Elladora Black, disowned for marrying Muggle Bob Hitchens
Rolanda Hooch – Hogwarts flying instructor, Quidditch referee
Daisy Hookum – Author of My Life as a Muggle, wife of Tilden Toots, J. K. Rowling's Wizard of the Month for June 2006

Geoffrey Hooper – Gryffindor student during Harry's time at Hogwarts
Mafalda Hopkirk – Improper Use of Magic Office employee
Hornby – Brother of Olive Hornby, wedding haunted by Moaning Myrtle
Olive Hornby – Hogwarts student during the time of Lord Voldemort, teased Moaning Myrtle
Basil Horton – Quidditch player for the Falmouth Falcons, co-founded Comet Trading Company with Randolph Keitch, co-creator of the Horton-Keitch Braking Charm
Helga Hufflepuff – Co-founder of Hogwarts, ancestor of Hepzibah Smith, J. K. Rowling's Wizard of the Month for May 2007
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Inigo Imago – Author of The Dream Oracle
Duncan Inglebee – Ravenclaw Quidditch Beater during Harry's time at school
Ivanova – Bulgarian Quidditch Chaser

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Joey Jenkins – Quidditch Beater with the Chudley Canons, featured in the book Flying With the Canons
Leonard Jewkes – Creator of the Silver Arrow racing broom
Arsenius Jigger – Author of Magical Drafts and Potions

Angelina Johnson – Gryffindor student two years above Harry, Quidditch Chaser and captain, attended Yule Ball with Fred Weasley, wife of George Weasley and mother of Fred and Roxanne Weasley
Gwenog Jones – Welsh Witch. Hogwarts student before Harry's time. Friend and disciple of Horace Slughorn. Captain and Beater for the Holyhead Harpies Quidditch team (an all-woman team). J. K. Rowling's Wizard of the Month for June 2004. Hero and role model for Ginny Weasley, who keeps a poster of Gwenog in her room Hestia Jones – Member of the Order of the Phoenix

Jordan Sr – Father of Lee Jordan, owed money by Ludo Bagman
Lee Jordan – Gryffindor student two years above Harry, Hogwarts Quidditch commentator
Bertha Jorkins – Hogwarts student before Harry's time, Ministry of Magic employee in the Department of Magical Games and Sports, killed by Voldemort

Stamford Jorkins – Ministry of Magic spokesperson

Jugson – Death Eater
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Igor Karkaroff – Reformed Death Eater, Headmaster of Durmstrang; murdered by other Death Eaters. Formerly a friend of Severus Snape, but the two had a major falling out about how to react to the crisis. Tried unfairly to vote against Harry Potter in the Triwizard Tournament, but was overruled by the other judges.
Gertie Keddle – Author of one of the earliest accounts of Quidditch
Roland Kegg – President of the English Gobstones team
Randolph Keitch – Quidditch player with the Falmouth Falcons, with Basil Horton founded the Comet Trading Company and invented the Horton-Keitch Braking Charm
Elladora Ketteridge – Discovered the use of gillyweed

Silvanus Kettleburn – Care of Magical Creatures professor during Harry's first two years at Hogwarts
Aidan Kiely – Seeker for the Kenmare Kestrals Quidditch team

Andrew Kirke – Gryffindor Quidditch Beater during Harry's fifth year at school

Goodwin Kneen – Author of one of the earliest accounts of Quidditch, husband of Gunhilda Kneen

Gubhilda Kneen – Wife of Goodwin Kneen, suffered from Dragon Pox Montague Knightley – Wizard Chess champion

Mr Krum – Father of Viktor Krum

Mrs Krum – Mother of Viktor Krum

Viktor Krum – Durmstrang student, Bulgarian Quidditch Seeker, participated in the Triwizard Tournament, attended the Yule Ball with Hermione Granger

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Fifi LaFolle – Author of the Enchanted Encounters book series, J. K. Rowling's Wizard of the Month for October 2005
Lisette de Lapin – A French sorceress convicted of witchcraft in 1422 and possible animagus

Nobby Leach – Minister for Magic


Bellatrix Lestrange (née Black) – Daughter of Cygnus Black and Druella Rosier, Slytherin student before Harry's time, Death Eater, sister of Narcissa Malfoy and Andromeda Tonks, cousin of Sirius Black, wife of Rodolphus Lestrange,
Rabastan Lestrange – Death Eater, brother of Rodolphus Lestrange
Rodolphus Lestrange – Death Eater, brother of Rabastan Lestrange, husband of Bellatrix Lestrange

Levski – Bulgarian Quidditch Chaser

"Dangerous" Dai Llewellyn – Quidditch player for the Caerphilly Catapults. Has a ward named after him in St Mungo's
Guthrie Lochrin – Early broomstick rider

Gilderoy Lockhart – Author, Defence Against the Dark Arts teacher, celebrity

Algie Longbottom – Great Uncle of Neville Longbottom, gave Trevor to Neville

Alice Longbottom – Mother of Neville Longbottom, wife of Frank Longbottom, member of the original Order of the Phoenix, Auror
Augusta Longbottom – Mother of Frank Longbottom and grandmother of Neville Longbottom

Callidora Longbottom (née Black) – Daughter of Arcturus Black and Lysandra Yaxley, sister of Charis and Cedrella Black, mother of one son and one daughter
Enid Longbottom – Great Aunt of Neville Longbottom
Frank Longbottom – Father of Neville Longbottom, son of Augusta Longbottom, husband of Alice Longbottom, member of the original Order of the Phoenix, Auror


Harfang Longbottom – Husband of Callidora Black, father of one son and one daughter

Neville Longbottom – Gryffindor student in Harry's year, member of Dumbledore's Army, son of Aurors Frank and Alice Longbottom, eventual Herbology professor at Hogwarts, husband of Hannah Abbott[1]
Luna Lovegood – Ravenclaw student one year below Harry, daughter of Xenophilius Lovegood, member of Dumbledore's Army, eventual wife of Newt Scamander's grandson Rolf, mother of twin sons Lorcan and Lysander Scamander

Mrs Lovegood – Wife of Xenophilius Lovegood and mother of Luna Lovegood Xenophilius Lovegood – Father of Luna Lovegood and editor of The Quibbler

Artemisia Lufkin – First witch to become Minister for Magic, JKR's Wizard of the Month for February 2005
Remus John Lupin – Gryffindor student before Harry's time, Marauder, werewolf, Professor of Defence Against the Dark Arts in Harry's third year, husband of Nymphadora Tonks and father of Teddy Remus Lupin

Teddy Remus Lupin – Son of Remus Lupin and Nymphadora Tonks, metamorphmagus. Godchild of Harry Potter, and good friend of the Potter family.

Aidan Lynch – Irish Quidditch Seeker
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MacBoon clan – Wizarding family from the Isle of Drear, killed the rival McClivert clan after being transfigured into quintapeds
Magnus "Dent-Head" Macdonald – Led effort to reintroduce the game of Creaothceann

Mary Macdonald – Hogwarts student before Harry's time, attacked with Dark Magic by Mulciber
Morag MacDougal – Hogwarts student sorted at the same time as Harry

Hamish MacFarland – Captain of the Montrose Magpies Quidditch team, Head of the Department of Magical Games and Sports

MacFusty clan – A Wizarding family from the Hebrides Islands, they care for the Hebridean Black dragons

Ernie Macmillan – Hufflepuff student in Harry's year, school prefect, member of Dumbledore's Army

Melania Macmillan – See Melania Black

Walden Macnair – Death Eater, executioner for the Ministry of Magic
Annie Maddock – Faithful house-elf to Xenophilius Lovegood
Alasdair Maddox – Quidditch Chaser for the Montrose Magpies
Laura Madley – Hufflepuff student three years below Harry
Abraxas Malfoy – Grandfather of Draco Malfoy, father of Lucius Malfoy, died of Dragon Pox
Brutus Malfoy – Ancestor of Lucius and editor of Warlock at War, an anti-Muggle periodica
l Draco Malfoy – Slytherin student in Harry's year, Slytherin Quidditch Seeker, school prefect, member of the Inquisitorial Squad, son of Lucius Malfoy and Narcissa Black, husband of Astoria Greengrass,[3] father of Scorpius Malfoy, reformed Death Eater
Lucius Malfoy – Son of Abraxas Malfoy, husband of Narcissa Black, father of Draco Malfoy, grandfather of Scorpius Malfoy, wealthy reformed Death Eater
Narcissa Malfoy (née Black) – Daughter of Cygnus Black and Druella Rosier, wife of Lucius and mother of Draco Malfoy, grandmother of Scorpius Malfoy, sister of Bellatrix Lestrange and Andromeda Tonks, cousin of Sirius Black
Scorpius Hyperion Malfoy – Son of Draco Malfoy and Astoria Greengrass, grandson of Lucius Malfoy and Narcissa Black
Malécrit – Playwright who wrote Hélas, Je me suis Transfiguré mes Pieds. The name means "badly written" and the title of the work means "Alas, I have transfigured my feet."
Madam Malkin – Owner of Madam Malkin's Robes for All Occasions in Diagon Alley
Griselda Marchbanks – Head of the Wizarding Examinations Authority, elder of the Wizengamot
Beaumont Marjoribanks – Pioneering herbologist, sometimes falsely credited with discovering gillyweed (Elladora Ketteridge discovered it about a century earlier)
Madam Marsh – Elderly passenger on the Knight Bus
Mr Mason – Muggle dinner guest of the Dursleys
Mrs Mason – Muggle dinner guest of the Dursleys
Olympe Maxime – Half-giantess, Headmistress of Beauxbatons
McClivert clan – Wizarding family from the Isle of Drear, killed by the rival MacBoon clan
Dugald McClivert – Head of the McClivert clan
Catriona McCormack – Mother of Kirley Duke and Meghan McCormack, Scottish Quidditch Chaser, captain of Puddlemere United
Kirley Duke McCormack – Son of Catriona McCormack, brother of Meghan McCormack, guitarist for the Weird Sisters
Meghan McCormack – Daughter of Catriona McCormack, sister of Kirley Duke McCormack, Quidditch Keeper for Puddlemere United
Natalie McDonald – Gryffindor student three years below Harry; Natalie McDonald was a nine-year old Harry Potter fan who died of leukemia shortly after writing a fan letter to Rowling. Rowling created the character to honour McDonald, who is the only real person to appear in the series, apart from Nicolas Flamel.[4]
Minerva McGonagall – Hogwarts Transfiguration professor, Head of Gryffindor House, Headmistress, Deputy Headmistress under Albus Dumbledore, member of the Order of the Phoenix, Animagus
Jim McGuffin – Muggle weatherman
Marlene McKinnon – Member of the original Order of the Phoenix
Cormac McLaggen – Gryffindor Quidditch Keeper for one game in Half-Blood Prince
Tarquin McTavish – J. K. Rowling's Wizard of the Month for July 2006, imprisoned for crimes against Muggles
Dorcas Meadowes – Member of the original Order of the Phoenix
Araminta Meliflua – Cousin of Sirius Black's mother, attempted to legalise Muggle-hunting
Galatea Merrythought – Defence Against the Dark Arts professor at Hogwarts before Harry's time at school
Eloise Midgen – Hogwarts student during Harry's time at school, has an acne problem
Cuthbert Mockridge – Head of the Goblin Liaison Office
Laverne de Montmorency – Creator of various love potions
Montague – Slytherin Quidditch Chaser and captain, two years ahead of Harry
Montgomery sisters – Hogwarts students at the time Harry is at school, their brother is attacked by Fenrir Greyback and dies at St Mungo's
Alastor "Mad-Eye" Moody – Retired Auror, member of the Order of the Phoenix, Defence Against the Dark Arts professor in Goblet of Fire (though he was impersonated by Barty Crouch Jr), was killed in Seventh Book by Death Eaters
Moon – Hogwarts student in Harry's year
Moran – Irish Quidditch Chaser
Ethelbard Mordaunt – Neighbour of Elladora Guffy
Gwendolyn Morgan – Captain of the Holyhead Harpies Quidditch team
Valmai Morgan – Quidditch Chaser for the Holyhead Harpies
Mortlake – Ferret owner, raided by the Muggle Artefacts Office in Chamber of Secrets
Hassan Mostafa – Chairwizard of the International Association of Quidditch, refereed the Quidditch World Cup final between Bulgaria and Ireland
Mulciber – Death Eater, Imperius Curse specialist
Burdock Muldoon – Chief of the Wizards' Council, set the criteria for what defines a "being"
Mullet – Irish Quidditch Chaser
Zacharias Mumps – Wrote an early account of Quidditch
Eric Munch – Watchwizard at the Ministry of Magic, arrests Sturgis Podmore
Eunice Murray – Quidditch Seeker for the Montrose Magpies
Andreyius Snicklepitch – Captain of the Monstrous Fishers.
Laurendrous Ellison – Disabled Muggle ambassador at Gringotts

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Z. Nettles – Witch who gives a testimonial on Kwikspell
Mrs Norris – Cat belonging to Argus Filch
Nott Sr – Widower Death Eater, father of Theodore Nott
Theodore Nott – Slytherin student in Harry's year, son of Death Eater Nott
Honoria Nutcombe – Founded the Society for the Reformation of Hags, J. K. Rowling's Wizard of the Month for August 2004

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Idris Oakby – Founder of the Society for the Support of Squibs, J. K. Rowling's Wizard of the Month for October 2006
Winkus Oddpick – Wrote an editorial for the Daily Prophet after the Chipping Clodbury Riot
Jack Offalot - Gryffindor student expelled for repeated masturbation in the Gryffindor Tower, staining the ceiling
Bob Ogden – Ministry of Magic official in the Department of Magical Law Enforcement
Tiberius Ogden – Wizengamot elder, resigns after Dolores Umbridge is appointed Hogwarts High Inquisitor by Cornelius Fudge
Dunbar Oglethorpe – Chief of Quidditch Union for the Administration and Betterment of the British League and its Endeavours (Q.U.A.B.B.L.E.)
Darren O'Hare – Quidditch Keeper for the Kenmare Kestrals, captain of the Irish National Team, inventor of the Hawkshead Attacking Formation
Gondoline Oliphant – Studied trolls, killed by trolls. J. K. Rowling's Wizard of the Month for April 2005
Barnaby Ollerton – Co-founder of the Cleansweep Broom Company with his brothers Bill and Bob
Bill Ollerton – Co-founder of the Cleansweep Broom Company with his brothers Barnaby and Bob
Bob Ollerton – Co-founder of the Cleansweep Broom Company with his brothers Barnaby and Bill
Gifford Ollerton – Giant slayer, killed giant Hengist of Upper Barnton
Mr Ollivander – Wandmaker, owner of Ollivander's

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Grant Page – Ravenclaw Quidditch Keeper during Harry's time at Hogwarts
Walter Parkin – Wizard whose four sons and three daughters comprised the original Wigtown Wanderers Quidditch team
Pansy Parkinson – Slytherin student in Harry's year, school prefect, member of the Inquisitorial Squad
Padma Patil – Ravenclaw student in Harry's year, identical twin sister of Gryffindor student Parvati Patil, member of Dumbledore's Army, attends the Yule Ball with Ron Weasley
Parvati Patil – Gryffindor student in Harry's year, identical twin sister of Ravenclaw student Padma Patil, member of Dumbledore's Army, attends the Yule Ball with Harry Potter
Mr Paws – Cat belonging to Arabella Figg
Mr Payne – Muggle campground manager at the Quidditch World Cup
Glanmore Peakes – Slayer of the Sea Serpent of Cromer
Jimmy Peakes – Gryffindor Quidditch Beater three years below Harry
Abraham Peasegood – American wizard who invented the game Quodpot
Arnold Peasegood – Ministry of Magic employee, Obliviator for the Accidental Magic Reversal Squad, trained hit-wizard
Daisy Pennifold – Created a special Quaffle called the Pennifold Quaffle
Professor Phoebus Penrose – Heads a committee for the Ministry of Magic that produces a report entitled A Study into Muggle Suspicions About Magic
Octavius Pepper – Reported missing by the Daily Prophet
Perkins – Ministry of Magic employee and friend of Arthur Weasley
Sally-Anne Perks – Hogwarts student in Harry's year
Mrs Pettigrew – Mother of Peter Pettigrew, awarded the Order of Merlin
Peter Pettigrew – Gryffindor student before Harry's time, Marauder, Animagus, Death Eatertraitor to the Order of the Phoenix, disguised himself as a pet rat belonging to first Percy and later Ron Weasley. Murdered Cedric Diggory.
Antioch Peverell – Original owner of the Elder Wand, brother of Cadmus and Ignotus Peverell
Cadmus Peverell – Original owner of the Resurrection Stone, brother of Antioch and Ignotus Peverell, ancestor of the Gaunt family and Lord Voldemor
t Ignotus Peverell – Original owner of the Cloak of Invisibility, brother of Antioch and Cadmus Peverell, ancestor of the Potter family
Arkie Philpott – Searched with a Probity Probe at Gringotts in Half-Blood Prince
Justus Pilliwickle – Head of the Department of Magical Law Enforcement
Irma Pince – Hogwarts librarian
Carlotta Pinkstone – Proponent of lifting the Statute of Secrecy, J. K. Rowling's Wizard of the Month for November 2005
Dagbert Pips – Proprietor of Pumpkins R Us
Radolphous Pittiman – Biographer of Uric the Oddball
Yardley Platt – Serial goblin-killer, J. K. Rowling's Wizard of the Month for February 2006
Roderick Plumpton – Quidditch Seeker for the England National Team and the Tutshill Tornados, originator of the Plumpton Pass, and holder of the fastest recorded catch of the Golden Snitch (three-and-a-half seconds, in 1921)
Mirabella Plunkett – Fell in love with a merman, transfigured herself into a haddock
Sturgis Podmore – Member of the Order of the Phoenix, imprisoned in Azkaban
Royden Poke – Official from the Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures, involved in the Chipping Clodbury Riot
Gulliver Pokeby – Author of Why I Didn't Die When the Augurey Cried, expert on magical birds
Poliakoff – Durmstrang student at the same time as Viktor Krum, travelled to Hogwarts for the Triwizard Tournament
Mrs Polkiss – Mother of Piers Polkiss
Piers Polkiss – Friend of Dudley Dursley
Poppy Pomfrey – Hogwarts school nurse
Roddy Pontner – Placed a bet with Ludo Bagman at the Quidditch World Cup
Petrova Porskoff – Quidditch Chaser from Russia, creator of the Porskoff Ploy
Albus Severus Potter – Son of Harry Potter and Ginny Weasley, brother of James and Lily Potter, grandson of James Potter, Lily Evans, Arthur Weasley, and Molly Weasley
Charlus Potter – Father of Dorea Black's son
Ginny Potter – See Ginny Weasley
Harry James Potter – Eponymous character of the series. Son of James Potter and Lily Evans; husband of Ginny Weasley; father of Albus Severus, James Sirius, and Lily Luna Potter; godfather of Teddy Tonks Lupin; Gryffindor Quidditch Seeker and captain; Auror; founder of Dumbledore's Army; descendant of Ignotus Peverell; winner of the Triwizard Tournament. James Potter – Husband of Lily Evans, father of Harry Potter, Gryffindor student, Marauder, Head Boy, Quidditch Chaser, member of the Order of the Phoenix James Sirius Potter – Son of Harry Potter and Ginny Weasley, brother of Albus Severus and Lily Luna Potter, grandson of James Potter, Lily Evans, Arthur Weasley, and Molly Weasley, Gryffindor student
Lily Potter (née Evans) – Muggle-born wife of James Potter, sister of Petunia Evans, mother of Harry Potter, Gryffindor student, Head Girl, member of the Order of the Phoenix
Lily Luna Potter – Daughter of Harry Potter and Ginny Weasley, sister of Albus Severus and James Potter, granddaughter of James Potter, Lily Evans, Arthur Weasley, and Molly Weasley
Nugent Potts – Quidditch referee
Ernie Prang – Driver of the Knight Bus
Mr Prentice – Muggle neighbour of the Dursleys
Fabian Prewett – Brother of Molly Weasley and Gideon Prewett, member of the original Order of the Phoenix
Gideon Prewett – Brother of Molly Weasley and Fabian Prewett, member of the original Order of the Phoenix
Ignatius Prewett – Husband of Lucretia Black, paternal uncle of Sirius Black
Lucretia Prewett (née Black) – Daughter of Arcturus Black and Melania MacMillan, sister of Orion Black, wife of Ignatius Prewett
Molly Prewett – See Molly Weasley
Eileen Prince – See Eileen Snape
Apollyon Pringle – Caretaker at Hogwarts before Argus Filch
Graham Pritchard – Slytherin student three years under Harry
Demetrius J. Prod – Gave a testimonial on Kwikspell
Elsie Prod – Widow of Demetrius Prod
Bertrand de Pensées-Profondes – A wizarding philosopher who wrote A study into the Possibility of Reversing the Actual and Metaphysical Effects of Natural Death, with Particular Regard to the Reintegration of Essence and Matter
Proudfoot – Auror
Professor Everard Proudfoot – Headmaster of Hogwarts
Adrian Pucey – Slytherin Quidditch Chaser two years above Harry
Madam Puddifoot – Owner of a tea shop in Hogsmeade
Doris Purkiss – Claimed in The Quibbler that Sirius Black and Stubby Boardman were the same person
Augustus Pye – Trainee Healer at St Mungo's, treated Arthur Weasley in Order of the Phoenix

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Quigley – Irish Quidditch Beater
Hambledon Quince – Claims that wizards are from Mars, Muggles are from Mushrooms, J. K. Rowling's Wizard of the Month for September 2006
Orla Quirke – Ravenclaw student three years below Harry
Quirinus Quirrell – Death Eater, Muggle Studies and Defence Against the Dark Arts professor, possessed by Lord Voldemort in Philosopher's Stone
Po Quong – Magical creatures expert, studied Liondragons

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Modesty Rabnott – Protested the use of the Golden Snitch in Quidditch, namesake of the Modesty Rabnott Golden Snitch Preserve
Urquhart Rackharrow – Inventor of the Entrail-expelling Curse, his portrait hangs in St Mungo's
Mnemone Radford – Developed Memory Modifying Charms, first Obliviator, J. K. Rowling's Wizard of the Month for February 2007
Xavier Rastrick – Wizard entertainer, vanished during a performance and was never seen again
Helena Ravenclaw/The Grey Lady – Daughter of Rowena Ravenclaw, Ravenclaw House ghost, killed by the Bloody Baron
Rowena Ravenclaw – Co-founder of Hogwarts, mother of Helena Ravenclaw
Tom Riddle Sr – Muggle husband of Merope Gaunt, father of Tom Marvolo Riddle
Tom Marvolo Riddle/Lord Voldemort – Son of Tom Riddle and Merope Gaunt, Dark Wizard, last living descendant of Salazar Slytherin, descendant of Cadmus Peverell, Slytherin student at Hogwarts, school prefect and Head Boy, leader of the Death Eaters
Harvey Ridgebit – Dragonologist, first wizard to catch a Peruvian Vipertooth, established world's largest dragon sanctuary in Romania, J. K. Rowling's Wizard of the Month for January 2007
Gawain Robards – Head of the Auror Office after Rufus Scrimgeour
Mr Roberts – Muggle campground manager at the Quidditch World Cup, he and his family are tortured by Death Eaters
Demelza Robins – Gryffindor Quidditch Chaser during Harry's sixth at Hogwarts
Augustus Rookwood – Death Eater, spy working in the Department of Mysteries
Rosier – Early Death Eater
Druella Rosier – See Druella Black
Evan Rosier – Slytherin student, friend of Severus Snape while at Hogwarts, killed by Aurors
Madam Rosmerta – Proprietor of the Three Broomsticks in Hogsmeade
Grugwyn Rufford – Member of the Welsh National Gobstones Team
Thorfinn Rowle – Death Eater
Barry Ryan – Irish Quidditch Keeper

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Almerick Sawbridge – Conquered a river troll at the Wye River
Scabior – Snatcher who captures Harry Potter, Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger in Deathly Hallows
Lorcan Scamander – Son of Rolf Scamander and Luna Lovegood, twin brother of Lysander Scamander
Luna Scamander – See Luna Lovegood
Lysander Scamander – Son of Rolf Scamander and Luna Lovegood, twin brother of Lorcan Scamander
Newton Artemis Fido "Newt" Scamander – Author of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, among other books, grandfather of Rolf Scamander
Rolf Scamander – Wizarding naturalist, husband of Luna Lovegood, father of twin sons Lorcan and Lysander
Porpentia Scamander – Wife of Newt Scamander
Bruno Schmidt – Child from Germany who kills an Erkling with a collapsible cauldron
Brutus Scrimgeour – Author of The Beater's Bible
Rufus Scrimgeour – Head of the Auror Office, replaces Cornelius Fudge as Minister for Magic
Selwyn – Death Eater
Kingsley Shacklebolt – Auror, replaces Pius Thicknesse as Minister for Magic
Derwent Shimpling – Comedian, ate an entire Venomous Tentacula and survived, J. K. Rowling's Wizard of the Month for January 2005
Gaspard Shingleton – Inventor of the Self-Stirring Cauldron, J. K. Rowling's Wizard of the Month for September 2005
Stan Shunpike – Conductor of the Knight Bus, Death Eater
Aurora Sinistra – Professor of Astronomy at Hogwarts
Rita Skeeter – Reporter for the Daily Prophet, author of The Life and Lies of Albus Dumbledore, Animagus
Harold Skively – Suggested a holiday in honour of Merlin
Wilbert Slinkhard – Author of Defensive Magical Theory
Jack Sloper – Gryffindor Quidditch Beater during Harry's fifth year at school
Horace Slughorn – Potions professor at Hogwarts, Head of Slytherin House, taught Tom Marvolo Riddle, fights against the Death Eaters
Salazar Slytherin – Co-founder of Hogwarts, Parselmouth, ancestor of the Gaunt family and Lord Voldemort, J. K. Rowling's Wizard of the Month for June 2007
Veronica Smethley – Fan of Gilderoy Lockhart
Elliot Smethwyk – Created the Cushioning Charm
Hippocrates Smethwyck – Healer-in-Charge on the Dai Llewellyn Ward at St Mungo's
Leopoldina Smethwyk – First British witch to referee a Quidditch match
Hepzibah Smith – Elderly, wealthy antique collector, descendant of Helga Hufflepuff, murdered and robbed by Tom Marvolo Riddle
Zacharias Smith – Hufflepuff student during Harry's time at Hogwarts, Chaser on the Hufflepuff Quidditch team, member of Dumbledore's Army
Eileen Snape (née Prince) – Pure-blood wife of Tobias Snape, mother of Severus Snape, captain of the Hogwarts Gobstones Club
Severus Snape – Son of Tobias Snape and Eileen Prince, "Half-Blood Prince", reformed Death Eater, member of the Order of the Phoenix, Potions and Defence Against the Dark Arts professor, Head of Slytherin House, Hogwarts Headmaster, killed in seventh book by Lord Voldemort Tobias Snape – Muggle father of Severus Snape, husband of pure-blood Eileen Prince
Faris "Spout Hole" Spavin – Minister for Magic
Alicia Spinnet – Gryffindor Quidditch Chaser, two years above Harry
Phyllida Spore – Author of One Thousand Magical Herbs and Fungi
Pomona Sprout – Hogwarts Herbology professor, Head of Hufflepuff House
Spudmore – Manufacturer of the 1940 Timberblast broom
Erica Stainwright – Disgraced housekeeping guru, Wizard of the Month for August 2006
Blenheim Stalk – Author of Muggles Who Notice, Muggle expert
Hesper Starkey – Studied how the phases of the moon affects potion making
Stebbins – Hufflepuff student during Harry's time at Hogwarts, caught by Snape with Fawcett during the Yule Ball
Patricia Stimpson – Hogwarts student two years above Harry
Jeremy Stretton – Ravenclaw Quidditch Chaser during Harry's time at Hogwarts
Edgar Stroulger – Inventor of the Sneakoscope
Miriam Strout – Healer in the Janus Thickey Ward at St Mungo's
Billy Stubbs – Boy at Tom Marvolo Riddle's orphanage
Grogan Stump – Minister for Magic, J. K. Rowling's Wizard of the Month for April 2006
Felix Summerbee – Inventor of Cheering Charms, J. K. Rowling's Wizard of the Month for May 2004 and May 2005
Summerby – Hufflepuff Quidditch Seeker after Cedric Diggory
Summers – Hufflepuff student during Harry's time at Hogwarts
Havelock Sweeting – Unicorn expert
Emeric Switch – Author of A Beginner's Guide to Transfiguration
Jocunda Sykes – First person to fly a broomstick across the Atlantic, J. K. Rowling's Wizard of the Month for January 2006

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Janus Thickey – Namesake of the Janus Thickey Ward at St Mungo's
Pius Thicknesse – Minister for Magic while under the Imperius Curse
Mr Thomas – Father of Dean Thomas, murdered by Death Eaters, never told his Muggle wife that he was a wizard
Dean Thomas – Gryffindor student in Harry's year, member of Dumbledore's Army, dated Ginny Weasley, Gryffindor Quidditch Chaser
Orsino Thruston – Drummer for the Weird Sisters
Thaddeus Thurkell – Wizard who produced seven Squib sons and turned them all into hedgehogs in disgust
Agatha Timms – Owner of an eel farm, placed a bet with Ludo Bagman at the Quidditch World Cup
Professor Tofty – Member of the Wizarding Examinations Authority
Tilly Toke – Received the Order of Merlin First Class following the Ilfracombe Dragon Attack of 1932
Andromeda Tonks (née Black) – Daughter of Cygnus Black and Druella Rosier, disowned for marrying Muggle-born Ted Tonks, mother of Nymphadora Tonks and wife of Ted Tonks.
Nymphadora Tonks – Daughter of Ted Tonks and Andromeda Black, disowned by the Black family for being half-blood, Auror, metamorphmagus, wife of Remus Lupin, mother of Teddy Remus Lupin, killed by her aunt Bellatrix during the Battle of Hogwarts
Ted Tonks – Muggle-born husband of Andromeda Black, father of Nymphadora Tonks, killed by Death Eaters
Alberta Toothill – Wizarding duellist, won the All-England competition in 1430 with a Blasting Charm, defeating the favoured Samson Wiblin
Tilden Toots – Wizarding radio personality, husband of Daisy Hookum, J. K. Rowling's Wizard of the Month for March 2007
Kenneth Towler – Gryffindor student two years above Harry
Travers – Death Eater who killed the McKinnon family
Cassandra Trelawney – Great-great-grandmother of Sybill Trelawney
Sybill Patricia Trelawney – Great-great granddaughter of Cassandra Trelawney, Hogwarts Divination professor
Donaghan Tremlett – Muggle-born bassist for the Weird Sisters, J. K. Rowling's Wizard of the Month for July 2004
Quentin Trimble – Author of The Dark Forces: A Guide to Self Protection
Troy – Irish Quidditch Chaser
Sacharissa Tugwood – Inventor of Beautifying Potions, discovered uses of Bubotuber Pus
Lisa Turpin – Ravenclaw student in Harry's year
Mallory Twiddle – Complained about Gringotts using Sphinxes as guards in the Daily Prophet
Norvel Twonk – Died saving a Muggle child from a manticore
Wilkie Twycross – Apparition instructor from the Ministry of Magic

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Dolores Jane Umbridge – Senior Undersecretary to the Minister for Magic, Defence Against the Dark Arts professor, Hogwarts High Inquisitor, sent to Azkaban for crimes against Muggle-borns, claims relation to the pure-blood Selwyn family
Quintius Umfraville – Author of The Noble Sport of Warlocks
Urquhart – Slytherin Quidditch captain during Harry's time at Hogwarts

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Cassandra Vablatsky – Seer and author of Unfogging the Future
Vaisey – Slytherin Quidditch Chaser
Emmeline Vance – Member of the Order of the Phoenix, murdered by Death Eaters
Romilda Vane – Gryffindor student two years below Harry
Septima Vector – Arithmancy professor at Hogwarts
Vindictus Viridian – Author of Curses and Counter-curses (Bewitch Your Friends and Befuddle Your Enemies with the Latest Revenges: Hair Loss, Jelly-Legs, Tongue-Tying and Much, Much More)
Lord Voldemort – See Tom Marvolo Riddle
Volkov – Bulgarian Quidditch Beater
Vulchanov – Bulgarian Quidditch Beater

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Joscelind Wadcock – Quidditch Chaser for Puddlemere United
Adalbert Waffling – Magical theoretician and author Magical Theory
"Honest Willy" Wagstaff – Street peddler accused of selling defective merchandise in Diagon Alley
Myron Wagtail – Lead singer of the Weird Sisters
Celestina Warbeck – Singer on the Wizarding Wireless Network
C. Warrington – Slytherin Quidditch Chaser three years ahead of Harry, member of the Inquisitorial Squad
Fabius Watkins – Captain and Chaser of Montrose Magpies Quidditch team, J. K. Rowling's Wizard of the Month for May 2006
Arthur Weasley – Husband of Molly Prewett, father of Bill, Charlie, Fred, George, Ginny, Percy, and Ron Weasley, grandfather of Albus Severus, James Sirius, and Lily Luna Potter and Fred, Roxanne, Hugo, Rose, Victoire, Dominique, Louis, Molly, and Lucy Weasley, Ministry of Magic official in the Misuse of Muggle Artefacts Office and the Office for the Detection and Confiscation of Counterfeit Defensive Spells and Protective Objects, member of the Order of the Phoenix
Audrey Weasley – Wife of Percy Weasley
William Arthur "Bill" Weasley – Son of Arthur Weasley and Molly Prewett, husband of Fleur Delacour, father of Victoire, Dominique and Louis Weasley, Hogwarts prefect and Head Boy, member of the Order of the Phoenix, Gringotts employee
Cedrella Weasley (née Black) – Daughter of Arcturus Black and Lysandra Yaxley, sister of Callidora and Charis Black, disowned for marrying a Weasley
Charlie Weasley – Son of Arthur Weasley and Molly Prewett, Gryffindor Quidditch Seeker and school prefect, member of the Order of the Phoenix, works with dragons in Romania
Dominique Weasley – Daughter of Bill Weasley and Fleur Delacour, sister of Victoire and Louis
Fleur Weasley – See Fleur Delacour
Fred Weasley – Son of Arthur Weasley and Molly Prewett, identical twin of George Weasley member of Dumbledore's Army, attended the Yule Ball with Angelina Johnson, Gryffindor Quidditch Beater, co-owner of Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes, killed by a Death Eater at Hogwarts in Deathly Hallows
Fred Weasley – Son of George Weasley and Angelina Johnson, brother of Roxanne
George Weasley – Son of Arthur Weasley and Molly Prewett, identical twin of Fred Weasley,
father of Fred and Roxanne Weasley, Husband of Angelina Johnson, member of Dumbledore's Army, Gryffindor Quidditch Beater, co-owner of Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes Ginevra Molly "Ginny" Weasley – Only daughter of Arthur Weasley and Molly Prewett, wife of Harry Potter, mother of Albus Severus, James, and Lily Potter, Gryffindor student one year under Harry, Gryffindor Quidditch Seeker and Chaser, member of Dumbledore's Army Hermione Weasley – See Hermione Granger
Hugo Weasley – Son of Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger, brother of Rose Weasley
Louis Weasley – Son of Bill Weasley and Fleur Delacour, brother of Victoire and Dominique
Lucy Weasley – Daughter of Percy Weasley and his wife Audrey, sister of Molly Weasley
Molly Weasley (née Prewett) – Sister of Fabian and Gideon Prewett, wife of Arthur Weasley and mother of Bill, Charlie, Fred, George, Ginny, Percy and Ron Weasley, grandmother of Albus Severus, James and Lily Potter and Fred, Roxanne, Hugo, Rose, Victoire, Dominique, Louis, Molly, and Lucy Weasley, member of the Order of the Phoenix
Molly Weasley – Daughter of Percy Weasley and his wife Audrey, sister of Lucy Weasley
Percy Ignatius Weasley – Son of Arthur Weasley and Molly Prewett, Gryffindor prefect and Head Boy, Ministry of Magic employee, fought against the Death Eaters in Deathly Hallows, Husband of Audrey Weasley, father of Molly and Lucy Weasley
Ronald Bilius "Ron" Weasley – Son of Arthur Weasley and Molly Prewett, husband of Hermione Granger, father of Hugo and Rose Weasley, Gryffindor Quidditch Keeper, school prefect, member of Dumbledore's Army
Rose Weasley – Daughter of Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger, sister of Hugo Weasley
Roxanne Weasley – Daughter of George Weasley and Angelina Johnson
Septimus Weasley – Husband of Cedrella Black, father of Arthur Weasley
Victoire Weasley – Daughter of Bill Weasley and Fleur Delacour, sister of Dominique and Louis
Dorcas Wellbeloved – Founder of the Society for Distressed Witches
Bridget Wenlock – Arithmancer, established the magical properties of the number seven, J. K. Rowling's Wizard of the Month for August 2005
Kennilworthy Whisp – Author of Quidditch Through the Ages
Kevin Whitby – Hufflepuff student three years under Harry
Devlin Whitehorn – Founder of the Nimbus Racing Broom Company, revolutionised Quidditch, J. K. Rowling's Wizard of the Month for November 2004
Samson Wiblin – Duellist, defeated at the All-England Duelling Competition in 1430 by Alberta Toothill
Willy Widdershins – Set up regurgitating toilets in Order of the Phoenix, informs Dolores Umbridge of the meeting of Dumbledore's Army in the Hog's Head
Dempster Wiggleswade – Writer for the Daily Prophet
Wilhelm Wigworthy – Author of Home Life and Social Habits of British Muggles
Ignatia Wildsmith – Inventor of Floo Powder, J. K. Rowling's Wizard of the Month for December 2004
Wilkes – Slytherin student, friend of Severus Snape, Death Eater, killed by Aurors
Benjy Williams – Quidditch Seeker for Puddlemere United
Williamson – Auror
Heliotrope Willis – Leader of the Troll Rights Movement
Gilbert Wimple – Ministry official, Committee on Experimental Charms
Herman Wintringham – Lute player for the Weird Sisters
Lord Stoddard Withers – Magical creatures expert, breeder of flying horses
Mr Wood – Father of Oliver Wood
Mrs Wood – Mother of Oliver Wood
Oliver Wood – Hogwarts student, Gryffindor Quidditch Keeper and captain, Keeper for Puddlemere United.
Augustus Worme – Editor at Obscurus Books who commissioned Newt Scamander to write an authoritative compendium of magical creatures
Eldred Worple – Author of Blood Brothers: My Life Amongst the Vampires
Bowman Wright – Creator of the Golden Snitch, J. K. Rowling's Wizard of the Month for December 2005
Josef Wronski – Polish Quidditch Seeker for the Grodzisk Goblins, inventor of the Wronski Feint

Y

Yaxley – Death Eater
Lysandra Yaxley – See Lysandra Black
Dzou Yen – Chinese alchemist
Cyprian Youdle – Quidditch referee who was killed during a match

Z

Mrs Zabini – Mother of Blaise Zabini and had been widowed seven times by Blaise's fifth year
Blaise Zabini – Slytherin student in Harry's year
Ladislaw Zamojski – Polish Quidditch Chaser
Rose Zeller – Hufflepuff student four years under Harry
Zograf – Bulgarian Quidditch Keeper

Characters with no or unknown surname
A

Alguff the Awful – Foul smelling goblin who attempts to sell vials of his sweat to Dungbomb manufacturers
Agnes – Patient in the Janus Thickey Ward of St Mungo's
Andros the Invincible – Ancient Greek wizard, alleged to have a Patronus the size of a Giant
Aragog – Acromantula belonging to Rubeus Hagrid, lives in the Forbidden Forest, dies in Half-Blood Prince
Archie – Elderly wizard at the Quidditch World Cup
Arcus – Thought to have taken the Elder Wand from Loxias
Arnold – Pygmy Puff belonging to Ginny Weasley

B

Bane – Centaur who lives in the Forbidden Forest
Barnabas the Barmy – Subject of a tapestry on the seventh floor of Hogwarts, attempted to dance with trolls
Basil – Ministry official at the Quidditch World Cup, wears a kilt and poncho in an attempt to replicate Muggle clothing
Beedle the Bard – Author of several Wizarding fairy tales, including The Tale of the Three Brothers
Brother Benedict – Muggle monk who had an encounter with a Jarvey
Bilius – Uncle of the Weasley children, died twenty-four hours after seeing a Grim
Binky – Rabbit belonging to Lavender Brown
The Bloody Baron – Slytherin House ghost, suitor and killer of Helena Ravenclaw
Brother Boniface – Muggle monk, maker of turnip wine
Bogrod – Elderly goblin who works at Gringotts
Bozo – Photographer for the Daily Prophet
Buckbeak (a.k.a. Witherwings) – Hippogriff belonging at various times to Rubeus Hagrid, Sirius Black and Harry Potter

C

Cecilia – Girlfriend of Tom Riddle Sr before Merope gives him the love potion
Circe – Ancient Greek enchantress
Cliodna – Irish druidess, Animagus, discovered the properties of Moondew
Crookshanks – Half-cat/half-kneazle belonging to Hermione Granger

D

Damocles – Inventor of the Wolfsbane Potion, uncle of Marcus Belby, awarded the Order of Merlin
Dennis – Friend of Dudley Dursley
Derek – Hogwarts student two years under Harry
Dobby – House-elf belonging to the Malfoy family, set free by Harry in Chamber of Secrets killed by Bellatrix Lestrange in Deathly Hallows
"Dodgy" Dirk – Muggle who had an encounter with a dragon
Dot – Muggle resident of Little Hangleton
E
Eargit the Ugly – Goblin representative to the Wizard's Council in the fourteenth century
Egbert the Egregious – Murdered Emeric the Evil to gain possession of the Elder Wand
Elfric the Eager – Responsible for an uprising
Emeric the Evil – Possessor of the Elder Wand, killed by Egbert the Egregious
Errol – Owl belonging to the Weasley family
Ethelred the Ever-Ready – Wizard known for being easily offended
Everard – Headmaster of Hogwarts, a particularly famous wizard, whose portrait hangs in many institutions, including the Ministry of Magic

F

Fang – Boarhound belonging to Rubeus Hagrid
The Fat Friar – Hufflepuff House ghost
The Fat Lady – Witch in the painting that conceals the entrance to the Gryffindor common room
Fawkes – Phoenix belonging to Albus Dumbledore
Fergus – Cousin of Seamus Finnigan
Fingal the Fearless – Irish wizard who was an Aingingein champion
Firenze – Centaur, professor of Divination at Hogwarts
Florence – Contemporary of Bertha Jorkins
Fluffy – Three-headed dog belonging to Rubeus Hagrid, protector of the philosopher's stone
Food Trolley Lady – Itinerant trader on the Hogwarts Express.
Fridwulfa – Giant, mother of Rubeus Hagrid and Grawp
Fulbert the Fearful – Never left his house because of his cowardice, died when a Defensive Charm he cast caused his roof to collapse

G

Giant Squid – Unnamed squid living in the Black Lake
Golgomath – Giant, becomes Gurg after killing Karkus, allied with Death Eaters
Gordon – Friend of Dudley Dursley
Gornuk – Goblin, killed by Death Eaters
Grawp – Giant, half-brother of Rubeus Hagrid, son of Fridwulfa
The Great Humberto – Muggle television personality
Gregory the Smarmy – Inventor of Gregory's Unctuous Unction, has a statue in Hogwarts
Griphook – Goblin, works at Gringotts Bank
Gunhilda of Gorsemoor – Developed a cure for Dragon Pox, has a statue in Hogwarts
Gwenog – Early female Quidditch player

H

Hedwig – Mentioned in A History of Magic, the inspiration for Harry's owl's name
Hedwig – Owl belonging to Harry Potter
Hengist of Upper Barnton – Giant, killed by Giffor Ollerton
Hengist of Woodcroft – Founder of Hogsmeade
Hermes – Owl belonging to Percy Weasley
Herpo the Foul – Ancient Greek wizard, Parselmouth, creator of the Basilisk, and the first Horcrux[5]
Hokey – House-elf Belonging to Hepzibah Smith

I

Ingolfr the Iambic – Norwegian poet who wrote about Quidditch

K

Karkus – Giant, friendly with the Order of the Phoenix, killed by Golgomath
Kevin – Toddler who uses his father's wand to blow up a slug at the Quidditch World Cup
Kreacher – House-elf belonging to the Black family, and later Harry Potter

L

Lachlan the Lanky – Has a statue in Hogwarts
Lancelot – Cousin of Great Aunt Muriel, Healer at St Mungo's
Leanne – Hogwarts student during Harry's time at school, friend of Katie Bell
Livius – Thought to have taken the Elder Wand from Loxias
Loxias – Possessor of the Elder Wand

M

Magorian – Leader of the centaurs living in the Forbidden Forest
Malcolm – Friend of Dudley Dursley
Marius – Guard at Gringotts
Martha – Employee at Tom Marvolo Riddle's orphanage
Queen Mave – Irish witch who taught young witches and wizards before the establishment of Hogwarts
Merlin – Most famous wizard of all time, known even to Muggles, Charms specialist, member of the Court of King Arthur, established the Order of Merlin to help Muggles
The Mermaid – Occupies a painting in the prefect's bathroom at Hogwarts
Mopsus – Ancient Greek soothsayer, son of Apollo and Manto, defeated Seer Calchas, namesake of the Mopsus Potion
Morgana – Dark Sorceress, half-sister of King Arthur, enemy of Merlin, Animagus, skilled Healer, queen of the island of Avalon
Mosag – Wife of Aragog
Great Aunt Muriel – Great aunt of the Weasley children
Moaning Myrtle – Ravenclaw student during Tom Marvolo Riddle's time at Hogwarts, killed by the Basilisk in a girl's bathroom, which she continued to haunt

N

Nagini – Snake belonging to Lord Voldemort, killed by Neville Longbottom in The Deathly Hallows
Norbert/Norberta – Dragon belonging to Rubeus Hagrid

O

Odo – Subject of a song sung by Rubeus Hagrid and Horace Slughorn in Half-Blood Prince
Ogg – Gamekeeper at Hogwarts while Molly Weasley was at school
Olaf – Norwegian wizard, cousin of Goodwin Kneen
Oona – Innkeeper, early Quidditch supporter
P
Paracelsus – Has a bust in Hogwarts between the Gryffindor common room and the corridor leading to the owlery
Peeves – Hogwarts poltergeist
Pigwidgeon – Scops Owl belonging to Ron Weasley
Prudence – Sister of Modesty Rabnott
Ptolemy – Famous wizard, featured on a Chocolate Frog card
R
Radulf – Blacksmith, early Quidditch player
Ragnok – Goblin, works for Gringotts
Ragnuk the First – Goblin, creator of the Sword of Gryffindor (and its lawful owner, according to the Goblins)
Ripper – Bulldog belonging to Marge Dursley
Ronan – Centaur who lives in the Forbidden Forest

S

Sanguini – Vampire, friend of Eldred Worple
Savage – Auror
Scabbers – Rat belonging to Percy and later Ron Weasley; actually Animagus Peter Pettigrew
Snowy – Cat belonging to Arabella Figg
Sorting Hat - enchanted hat that sorts students into houses

T

Ted – Muggle television newsreader
Tenebrus – Thestral belonging to Rubeus Hagrid
Tibbles – Cat belonging to Arabella Figg
Tiberius – Uncle of Cormac McLaggen, student of Horace Slughorn
Tom – Innkeeper of the Leaky Cauldron
Trevor – Toad belonging to Neville Longbottom
Tufty – Cat belonging to Arabella Figg

U

Ug the Unreliable – Goblin con artist, behind the Demiguise Derby
Ugga – Early Quidditch player
Urg the Unclean – Goblin leader during the rebellions of the eighteenth century
Uric the Oddball – Eccentric wizard, J. K. Rowling's Wizard of the Month for September 2004

V
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Verity – Employee at Weasley's Wizard Wheezes
Violet – Inhabits a portrait in Hogwarts, friend of the Fat Lady [edit] W
Wendelin the Weird – Witch from the Middle Ages, enjoyed being burned at the stake so much that she allowed herself to be caught no fewer than forty-seven times in various disguises
Wilfred the Wistful – Has a statue in Hogwarts
Will – Stole toads from Warty Harris, then had the toads stolen by Mundungus Fletcher
Winky – House-elf belonging to the Crouch family, later works at Hogwarts

Y

Yvonne – Friend of Petunia Dursley

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