Arthur Weasley

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About Arthur Weasley

  • Appears In Books: Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone
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Arthur Weasley is a fictional character in the Harry Potter book series written by J. K. Rowling. The character is the patriarch of the Weasley family and married to Molly Weasley with whom he has seven children: Bill, Charlie, Percy, Fred, George, Ron, and Ginny. He is most probably the son of Septimus and Cedrella (nᅢᄅe Black) Weasley. Interestingly enough, this makes him a descendant of the wealthy and aristocratic House of Black, but his mother was disinherited for marrying into a family of wizards who were "blood traitors". The evidence for this is Sirius Black's comment that Arthur is his second cousin once-removed, combined with the Black family tree as drawn by Rowling. It also potentially makes him a first cousin of Bartemius Crouch Sr (who may be the son of Caspar Crouch and Cedrella's sister Charis), though given that Cedrella was stricken from the record it is unsurprising that Crouch would not acknowledge this relationship if he was even aware of it. Arthur is described as being tall and thin ¬タヤ a physique inherited by his third and sixth sons Percy and Ron while his first son Bill inherited the tall stature but not the thin build ¬タヤ and as having a receding

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