Re: Help ! Please !

On Thu, 21 Apr 2011 19:42:00 -0700 (PDT), rc wrote:

What Ever
Happened To

Following, is a compilation of information from the Epilogue of
Deathly Hallows, JK Rowlings interview with Dateline, the Bloomsbury
internet chat, the interview with Time Magazine and her website.

Kingsley Schacklebolt became permanent Minister for Magic. Under his
leadership, The Ministry of Magic was de-corrupted, and the
discrimination that was always latent there was eradicated.

Kingsley Shacklebolt, the new Minister of Magic, appointed Harry
Potter head of his new Auror department. He and Ron Weasley
revolutionized the department. He married Ginny Weasley and they had
three children, James Sirius, Albus Seveus and Lilly Luna. He is an
occasional guest lecturer on Defense Against the Dark Arts at

After a stint at the Ministry in the Auror Department, Ron Weasley
joined his brother George at Weasleysʼ Wizarding Wheezes, which became
an enormous money-spinner. He married Hermonie Granger and they had
two children, Rose and Hugo.

Hermione Granger returned to Hogwarts and completed her last year of
school. She began her post-Hogwarts career at the Department for the
Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures where she was instrumental
in greatly improving life for house-elves and their ilk. She then
moved to the Dept. of Magical Law Enforcement where she was a
progressive voice who ensured the eradication of oppressive, pro-
pureblood laws. She married Ron Weasley and they had two children,
Rose and Hugo.

After a few years as a celebrated player for the Holyhead Harpies,
Ginny Weasley married Harry Potter. She retired to have a family and
to become the Senior Quidditch correspondent at the Daily Prophet.
They had three children, James, Albus and Lilly.

Neville Longbottom teaches Herbology at Hogwarts. He married Hanna
Abbott who bought the Leakey Cauldron. He is still close to Harry,
Ron, and Hermonie.

Luna Lovegood became a very famous wizarding naturalist who discovered
and classified many new species of animals (though, she never did find
a Crumple-Horned Snorkack and had, finally, to accept that her father
might have made that one up). She married Rolf Scamander, a fellow
naturalist and grandson of the great naturalist and author, Newt
Scamander. They have two children, Lorcan and Lysander

Bill Weasley and Fleur Delacouer had three children, Victorie, who is
involved with Ted Lupin, Dominique and Louis.

Charlie Wesley never married.

Percy Weasley became as a high-ranking official under Minister Kingsly
Schacklebolt. He married Audry( no last name given ) and has two
daughters, Molly and Lucy.

George Weasley went on to have a very successful career in business -
- with his brother Ron as a partner. He married Angelina and has two
children, Fred and Roxanne He never completely got over losing his

Draco Malfoy married Astoria Greengrass, younger sister of Daphne
Greengrass. (Daphne Greengrass was one of Pansy Parkinson's Slytherin
friends.) They have a son, Scorpius. Although misfortune sobered
Draco, he and Harry Potter never completely lost their animosity
towards each other. There was a kind of rapprochement, in that Harry
knew Draco hated being a Death Eater, and would not have killed
Dumbledore; similarly, Draco felt a grudging gratitude towards Harry
for saving his life. Real friendship would be out of the question,
though, to much happened prior to the final battle.

Lucius and Narcissia Malfoy weaseled their way out of trouble because
they colluded with Harry at the end of the battle.

Delores Umbridge was arrested, interrogated and imprisoned for crimes
against Muggleborns.

Ted Lupin was raised by his grandmother, Andromeda Tonks. Harry
Potter, his godfather, and all his fatherʼs friends in the Order were
involved in his life. He's a Metamorphmagus like his mother and is
involved with Bill Wealselyʼs daughter Victorie

Winky is still at Hogwarts. She was one of the oncoming house-elves
who attacked the Death Eaters in the final battle.

Firenze was welcomed back into the herd. The rest of the herd was
forced to acknowledge that Firenze's pro-human leanings were not
shameful, but honorable.