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"Toujours Pur."
— The family motto, translating to "Always Pure"[src]

The Noble and Most Ancient House of Black was one of the largest, oldest, and wealthiest pure-blooded wizarding families in Great Britain, and one of the Sacred Twenty-Eight. Many wizarding families in Britain were distantly related to the House of Black. Like the Malfoy and Lestrange families (both of whom are related to the Black family), the House of Black was synonymous with elevated status and wealth. The Blacks were traditionally sorted into Slytherin at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.

The Black family tree was displayed in the drawing room of the family home at 12 Grimmauld Place in London, England on an intricate tapestry, as an ornate mural. The tapestry started in the Middle Ages and showed the dominant line of the family up to the death of its last members.[1]

By the late twentieth century, the House of Black had become extinct in the male line with the deaths of Sirius and Regulus Black, neither of whom had children. The female line continued through members of the Malfoy, Potter and Weasley families, as well as through the individuals Teddy Lupin and Delphini, the latter of which was Bellatrix's illegitimate daughter with Lord Voldemort.


Early history[]

"...my parents, with their pure-blood mania, convinced that to be a Black made you practically royal..."
Sirius Black to Harry Potter on his family's values[src]

The Black family traced its origin back to the Middle Ages. They claimed to have entirely magical ancestry, but as Sirius Black informed his godson Harry Potter, no true pure-blood families existed by the twentieth century, and the pure-blood families like the Blacks simply removed Muggles and Squibs from their family trees.

The Blacks placed a great importance on blood purity, considering themselves akin to royalty in the wizarding world and disdaining Muggles, Squibs, blood traitors, and Muggle-borns. The family motto, which could be found on the family crest, was Toujours Pur, meaning "Always Pure" in French. Many members took this phrase very seriously,[2] and were willing to even marry and have children with their own cousins to keep the bloodline pure.

Recent history[]

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Bellatrix Lestrange and other Black relatives are tried before the Council of Magical Law

Because of their views, a large number of the Black family members practised the Dark Arts and supported Lord Voldemort during the First and Second Wizarding Wars. A few Blacks even became Death Eaters, while many others never took the Dark Mark but believed in the "purification" of the wizarding world nevertheless.[2] Walburga and Orion Black, two members of the family who were alive during the rise of the Death Eaters, were known for being cousins.

A few members of the family, however, disagreed with the traditional views of their family; Sirius Black, for example, joined the Order of the Phoenix, as did Andromeda Tonks, who married a Muggle-born, and Nymphadora Tonks, a distant member of the Black family. Both were murdered by Bellatrix Lestrange (née Black), Sirius's cousin and Tonks's aunt, in battle.

Supportive of Voldemort at first, the family loyalists who did not become Death Eaters got cold feet when they saw the levels he would go to achieve his goals. Their hatred towards Muggles is such that some members who are not outright Death Eaters would go to lengths to persecute them, such as Araminta Meliflua trying to pass a Ministry Bill to make Muggle-hunting legal. However, even those who originally supported Voldemort's actions to purge the Muggles got cold feet when they saw what he was willing to do for power.

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Sirius Black being pushed into the Veil to his death by a curse of his cousin's, ending the male line of the House of Black

With Sirius's death, the male line of the Black family died out, but the female line continued through the descendants of his cousins Bellatrix Lestrange, Andromeda Tonks and Narcissa Malfoy, his second cousin, once removed, Arthur Weasley, as well as members of the Burke family, the Crouches, the Longbottoms and the Potter family who were related to the Blacks.[3]

Family members[]

Main family[]

Relatives by marriage[]

Distant relatives[]

Distant Relative Relation to the House of Black
Lysandra Blackwood Daughter and only child of Artemisia Blackwood (née Black). She was born a Squib.
Arthur Weasley Son of Cedrella Weasley (née Black).


Molly Weasley

(née Prewett)

Wife of Arthur Weasley and niece of Lucretia Prewett (née Black).[5]
Gideon Prewett Nephew of Lucretia Prewett (née Black).[5]
Fabian Prewett
Bill Weasley

Paternal grandmother is Cedrella Weasley (née Black). Grand-nephew of Lucretia Prewett (née Black).

Charlie Weasley
Percy Weasley
Fred Weasley
George Weasley
Ron Weasley
Ginny Weasley
Victoire Weasley Paternal great-grandmother is Cedrella Weasley (née Black). Great-grand-niece of Lucretia Prewett (née Black).
Dominique Weasley
Molly Weasley II
Lucy Weasley
Roxanne Weasley
Rose Weasley
Lily Potter II Maternal great-grandmother is Cedrella Weasley (née Black). Great-grand-niece of Lucretia Prewett (née Black). On her mother's side, she is a first cousin thrice removed to Dorea Potter (née Black); she is also related to her in some way on her father's side.
Louis Weasley Paternal great-grandmother is Cedrella Weasley (née Black). Great-grand-nephew of Lucretia Prewett (née Black).
Fred Weasley II
Hugo Weasley
James Potter II Maternal great-grandmother is Cedrella Weasley (née Black). Great-grand-nephews of Lucretia Prewett (née Black). On their mother's side, they are first cousins thrice removed to Dorea Potter (née Black); they are also related to her in some way on their father's side.
Albus Potter
Nymphadora Tonks Daughter of Andromeda Tonks (née Black).
Remus Lupin Husband of Nymphadora Tonks, son-in-law of Andromeda Tonks (née Black).
Teddy Lupin Maternal grandmother is Andromeda Tonks (née Black).
Draco Malfoy Son of Narcissa Malfoy (née Black).
Scorpius Malfoy Paternal grandmother is Narcissa Malfoy (née Black).
Charlus Potter's son Son of Dorea Potter (née Black).
James Potter I Distantly related through his son's marriage to Ginny Weasley. Also, related in some way to Dorea Potter (née Black).
Harry Potter Related through wife Ginny Weasley. Also, he is related in some way to Dorea Potter (née Black).
Araminta Meliflua Cousin of Walburga Black, probably niece of Pollux Black and Irma Crabbe.
Hermione Granger Wife of Ron Weasley
Fleur Delacour Wife of Bill Weasley
Audrey Weasley Wife of Percy Weasley
Angelina Johnson Wife of George Weasley
Frank Longbottom Relation of Callidora Longbottom (née Black).
Alice Longbottom Wife of Frank Longbottom.
Neville Longbottom Relation of Callidora Longbottom (née Black).
Barty Crouch Snr Mother is most likely Charis Crouch (née Black).
Barty Crouch Jnr Paternal grandmother is most likely Charis Crouch (née Black).
Delphini Mother is Bellatrix Lestrange (née Black).
Tom Marvolo Riddle Father of Delphini with Bellatrix Lestrange (née Black).

Family tree[]

"En stirps nobilis et gens antiquissima Black."
— Latin inscription on the Black family tree tapestry[src]
The Noble and Most Ancient House of Black
Unidentified Muggle
1 daughter
Unidentified ancestor
Apollonia Black
Alexia Walkin Black
Hesper Black
Eunon Wood
Artemisia Black
Licorus Black
Magenta Tripe
Phoebe Black
Eduardus Limette Black
Jimbo Blishwick
Misapinoa Black
Cygnus Black
Ella Max
Arcturus Black
Lysandra Blackwood
Sirius Black
Phineas Nigellus Black
Ursula Flint
Elladora Black
Iola Black
Bob Hitchens
Sirius Black
Hesper Gamp
Phineas Black
Cygnus Black
Violetta Bulstrode
Belvina Black
Herbert Burke
Arcturus Black
Lysandra Yaxley
Arcturus Black
Melania Macmillan
Lycoris Black
Regulus Black
Pollux Black
Irma Crabbe
Cassiopeia Black
Marius Black
Dorea Black
Charlus Potter
2 sons
1 daughter
Callidora Black
Harfang Longbottom
Cedrella Black
Septimus Weasley
Charis Black
Caspar Crouch
Lucretia Black
Ignatius Prewett
Orion Black
Walburga Black
Alphard Black
Cygnus Black
Druella Rosier
Araminta Meliflua Black
1 son
1 son
1 daughter
Arthur Weasley
(b. 1950)
Molly Prewett
(b. 1949)
2 sons
1 son
2 daughters
Sirius Black
Regulus Black (1961-1979)
Tom Marvolo Riddle
Bellatrix Black
Rodolphus Lestrange
Andromeda Black
Edward Tonks
(d. 1998)
Narcissa Black (b.1955)
Lucius Malfoy
(b. 1954)
7 children
(b. c. 1998)
Nymphadora Tonks
Remus Lupin
Draco Malfoy
(b. 1980)
Astoria Greengrass (1982-2019)
Edward Lupin
(b. 1998)
Scorpius Malfoy
(b. c. 2006)

Blasted off of the tapestry[]

"Blood traitor, abomination, shame of my flesh! ... Filth! Scum! By-products of dirt and vileness! How dare you befoul the house of my fathers!"
The portrait of Walburga Black screaming at her "traitor" son[src]

The original tree described from Grimmauld Place was subject to some magical interference. According to Sirius Black, his mother Walburga blasted names of "blood traitors" off the tapestry without hesitation.[2] The Black family motto of Toujours Pur ("always pure") was followed assiduously by family members; any who disagreed with the notion of blood purity or married Muggles or people of different blood statuses were disowned and blasted off the family tree, as were any Squibs. Thus, family members that remain on the tapestry can be assumed to have married fellow ("respectable") pure-bloods. Some even married their own cousins; Orion and Walburga Black, for instance, were second cousins. Generations of this practice resulted in Inbreeding, which in turn has caused problems such as low fertility and emotional instability throughout the family line.

The known disowned members are Eduardus Limette Black (for an unknown reason); Iola Black, for marrying Muggle Bob Hitchens; Phineas Black, for supporting Muggle rights; Marius Black, for being a Squib; Cedrella Black, for marrying blood traitor Septimus Weasley; Alphard Black, for giving gold to his runaway nephew Sirius; Sirius Black III, for running away from home; and Andromeda Black, for marrying Muggle-born Ted Tonks.

Disowned Black Reason
Artemisia Black Father was a Muggle
Eduardus Limette Black Unknown
Iola Black Marriage to Muggle Bob Hitchens
Phineas Black Muggle rights supporter
Marius Black Squib
Cedrella Black Marriage to Blood traitor Septimus Weasley
Andromeda Black Marriage to Muggle-born Ted Tonks
Sirius Black Blood traitor
Alphard Black Supported his disowned nephew

Thus, the Blacks are related to the Max, Blishwick, Flint, Hitchens, Gamp, Bulstrode, Burke, Yaxley, Macmillan, Crabbe, Potter, Peverell, Gaunt, Longbottom, Fortescue, Weasley, Delacour, Johnson, Granger, Crouch, Prewett, Rosier, Lestrange, Meliflua, Tonks, Malfoy, and Lupin families (albeit most of them distantly) but are technically related, at least distantly, to all wizarding families as all families were once pure-blood and all pure-blood families are related.

Ironically, despite the Black family's strong belief in blood purity, Bellatrix Lestrange (née Black) commited a disownable offence by having a child with Lord Voldemort, a half-blood (even though the person in question was a pure-blood supremacist). Additionally, Draco Malfoy may have committed a disownable offence by marrying Astoria Malfoy, who was openly supportive of Muggles.

Physical appearances[]

The Blacks were commonly described as having "great good looks" and a certain aristocratic elegance and haughtiness that reflected upon their personalities, for they considered themselves "practically royal".

The traditional look for the majority of the Black family is dark hair and dark eyes, though there were some exceptions: Sirius Black III was grey-eyed, Andromeda Tonks née Black had light brown hair, and Narcissa Malfoy née Black was blonde-haired and blue-eyed. Despite these differences, each and every one of these three cousins were still noted to be a beauty in their own right, being of tall and elegant stature, with attractive features. Besides this, even after their incarceration in Azkaban and subsequent escape, Bellatrix Lestrange and Sirius were both described to have retained vestiges of these "great good looks", despite losing much of it in the depression of the prison.


The Black family, as with many other pure-blood wizarding families like the Malfoys, the Lestranges and the Potter family, is considered to be very wealthy. This may be one of the reasons why the members of this family acted somewhat arrogantly.

In 1993, Sirius Black III used money from Vault 711 to pay for Harry Potter's Firebolt. This vault may have been property of the Blacks, since Sirius may have inherited this vault after his mother's death. However, he may have acquired it after being disowned, using the money given to him by his Uncle Alphard.

After Sirius died in 1996, his godson Harry Potter inherited all of Sirius Black's properties, including his house, his house-elf and his vault, which still contained "a reasonable amount of gold". Given its depth, it is likely a high-security vault.


The Black family were well noted for having traditions and practices that only they (and a few other close relatives like Lucius Malfoy) participated in. This included a very strict rule about not even talking to members of the family that had been disinherited.[6]

By at least the time of Dorea Black, the Black family had a lullaby which they didn't share with outsiders. Narcissa Black was quite fond of this lullaby, and sang it to her son Draco Malfoy every night.[6]


Black can be considered a colour, and is the result of the absence of, or complete absorption of, light. In Western culture, the colour black has typically been associated with evil, darkness, and witchcraft, but also with prestige and sophistication — appropriate for the rich and House of Black. Black has also been associated with life and prosperity by other cultures. In ancient China, black was the symbol of the element of water, which also corresponds to Slytherin, the Hogwarts house of almost all members of the Black family. In English heraldry, black represents darkness and ignorance; a possible allusion to the prejudice common to members of the House of Black.

However, the English word black is derived from either the Old English blœc, meaning "black", or blac, meaning "pale".[7] Pallor is associated with sickness and the colour white, which is usually held to symbolise purity in Western and Indian culture, and death in East Asian cultures. This mirrors the typical colouring of members of the House of Black — dark hair and pale skin[8].

Etymology of given names[]


Tapestry of the Black family tree. At the trunk is Phineas Nigellus Black, and at the left side are depicted even more ancient ancestors of the family

Most Black family members are named after stars, moons or constellations. For example, the star Sirius is in the constellation Canis Major (the Dog). What's more, Sirius Black, an Animagus, could change into a massive black dog named Padfoot. Another example is Bellatrix, the third brightest star in the constellation Orion, which is also the name of Sirius's father and Bellatrix's uncle. Cygnus, Andromeda, and Cassiopeia are also constellations, and Regulus, Alphard and Arcturus are named after stars as well. Phoebe Black is named after a moon of Saturn Phoebe.

Some members of the extended family have also chosen to follow this naming pattern. For example, Narcissa Malfoy née Black named her son Draco, which is the name of a constellation. In turn, he named his son Scorpius, which is one of the constellations of the zodiac, known as Scorpio in Western astrology. Narcissa herself, however, was not named in keeping with this convention. She was instead named for a plant, the flower Narcissus. Lycoris Black is also named for a plant.

However if a member of the family is disowned and blasted off the Black family tree then the name is never used again in the following generations.

Family Name Astronomical Origin Status of Name
Alphard Black Alphard is the brightest star in the constellation Hydra. Disused since Alphard was disowned for supporting his wayward nephew.
Andromeda Tonks née Black Andromeda is a constellation in the Northern Hemisphere and the name of a galaxy. Disused since Andromeda married a Muggle-born.
Arcturus Black I, II, III Arcturus is the brightest star in the constellation Boötes the Herdsman.
Bellatrix Lestrange née Black Bellatrix is a star in the constellation Orion.
Cassiopeia Black Cassiopeia is a constellation in the Northern Hemisphere.
Cygnus Black I, II, III Cygnus is a constellation in the Northern Hemisphere, also known as the Northern Cross.
Delphini Delphinus is a constellation in the northern sky, close to the celestial equator. Alpha Delphini is a main sequence star of the constellation.
Draco Malfoy Draco is a constellation in the Northern Hemisphere.
Orion Black Orion is a well-known constellation in the Northern Hemisphere.
Phoebe Black Phoebe is perhaps associated with another name of the sun god Apollo, Phoebus. It is also the name of a moon of Saturn.
Pollux Black Pollux is a star in the constellation Gemini.
Regulus Black I, II Regulus is the brightest star in the constellation Leo.
Scorpius Malfoy Scorpius is a constellation in the Southern Hemisphere.
Sirius Black I, II, III Sirius is the brightest star in the constellation Canis Major. Disused since Sirius III was a blood-traitor.

Behind the scenes[]


J. K. Rowling's hand drawn copy of the Black family tree

  • Most of the Blacks are named after constellations.
  • A hand drawn copy of the most recent section of the family tree was donated to a charity auction for Book Aid by J. K. Rowling, in February 2006. The drawing was purchased on behalf of Daniel Radcliffe for £30,000.
  • According to Sirius Black, if all of the pure-blood families stick with only pure-blood marriages, almost all of them will be relatives because there are only a few pure-blood families. Therefore Sirius relates to the Crabbe family, the Potter family, the Weasley family, the Malfoy family, the Crouch family, the Longbottom family, the Lestrange family, the Lupin family, the Gaunt family, the Macmillan family, the Prewett family, the Riddle family, the Peverell family, the Bulstrode family and the Slytherin family.
  • Walburga and Orion Black were second cousins, though they married, a common occurrence historically for aristocratic, wealthy families.
  • Another version of the family tree tapestry appeared in the Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (film). When film makers told Rowling that they needed to "visualise Sirius Black's family tree", she faxed them the complete Black family tree, going back eight generations. On that tree the name Phineas is misspelt Phineus.[9]
  • According to a statement by Horace Slughorn, all the members of this family except Sirius were all sorted into Slytherin. But some members of this family were in Hogwarts before Slughorn was Head of Slytherin, however it could be that Slughorn was in class with some of them. This statement is backed up with the portrait of Phineas Nigellus Black wearing Slytherin coloured robes in the headmasters office and his claim that "We Slytherins are brave, yes, but not stupid".
  • Many members of the House of Black have died at considerably younger ages than is normal for wizards and witches, and even Muggles for that matter. Of those whose dates of birth and death are shown on the family tree, none lived to be older than one hundred, and most died between the ages of fifty and eighty, with an average life expectancy of only 59.5 years (based on the family tree), though this is possibly the result of major inbreeding (see above) as well as emotional instability and war (as seen[1]).
  • Many members of the family are said to have great good looks, with a touch of aristocratic arrogance to it.
  • After Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, the only pure-blood members who weren't dead or imprisoned are Andromeda Tonks and Narcissa Malfoy.
  • The female lines continue through Bellatrix (through her descendant with Lord Voldemort, ironically), Narcissa (with Lucius Malfoy), Andromeda (with Ted Tonks), Callidora (with Harfang Longbottom), Cedrella (with Septimus Weasley), Dorea (with Charlus Potter) and possibly Iola (with Bob Hitchens).
  • Out of 36 members, most are descendants of Phineas Nigellus and Ursula Flint (25), Seven were of known generations preceding him and three were his siblings. The remaining one was Phineas himself.
  • There is at least one disowned Black in each generation (except the generation consisting of Cygnus Black I, Arcturus Black I and Misapinoa Black.)
  • All of the males that have been blasted off the family tree were not disowned due to marriage (except for possibly Eduardus Limette Black, who was blasted off for an unknown reason). Phineas was disowned for supporting Muggle rights, Marius was disowned for being a Squib, Alphard for leaving gold to his disowned nephew, and Sirius for running away from his home and not believing in the importance of blood-purity. The three females to have been disowned after marriage are Andromeda, Cedrella and Iola Black (all for marriage to a Muggle-born, a blood traitor, and a Muggle, respectively) .
  • It is possible that some of the disowned male members of the family have male-line descendants that are not recognised by the greater Black family due to their ancestors' actions. Their descendants, if any, had however to have gone extinct (fully or just in the male line) by late 1995, when Sirius stated that he was the last of the Blacks. However, as they are not recorded on the family tree, it is unknown if they are deceased or not. So there is a possibility that the Black Family in the male line is still extant.
  • Though many members of the Black family were supporters of either Voldemort directly or his principles of blood purity, the family did not become related to him until the birth of Delphini, daughter of Voldemort and Bellatrix Lestrange (née Black) as well as the marriage of Ginny Weasley, a member of the Weasley family and the House of Black, and Harry Potter, who is related to Voldemort through the Peverell brothers, distant ancestors of both of them.
  • It was once speculated that Dorea Black and her husband Charlus Potter were in fact James Potter's parents, since they had an only child; however, the actual names of James's parents, Fleamont and Euphemia Potter, were later revealed via Pottermore, proving this to be untrue. In addition, if a parent of James Potter was a Black, they would have almost certainly been blasted from the tapestry for supporting Sirius. However, it is more than likely that Dorea was an aunt or cousin by marriage of James. Also, the female line of the House of Black continues through Harry's children, James Sirius Potter, Albus Severus Potter and Lily Luna Potter, whose maternal great-grandmother is Cedrella Weasley née Black, also making Harry related to the House of Black via marriage.
  • On the copy of the family tree hand-drawn by J.K. Rowling, Cygnus Black III was born in 1938, while his first child, Bellatrix, was born in 1951, and his last, Narcissa, was born in 1955, meaning that he was between 13 and 17 years old when all his children were born. Considering that Cygnus III was born late compared to his sister Walburga (born 1925), it is probably a mistake, though their brother Alphard was born between Walburga and Cygnus, and his date of birth is unknown, suggesting that Cygnus's date of birth could indeed be correct. Interestingly enough according to the Black Family Tree, his father Pollux Black had his first child and Cygnus Black III's older sister Walburga Black at the age of 13. Again this could be a mathematical mistake.
    • If the birth years are indeed correct, then the Black Family would have all at some point been in school at the same time (albeit in different years).
  • In the fully illustrated version of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix by Jim Kay and Neil Packer, the family crest seen at the header of chapter six matches the illustration in J.K. Rowling's original sketch, albeit cleaned up and more symmetrical. The sketch is credited "NP," attributing it to Packer. A variation of the crest appears on the book's dedication page.
  • According to European rules of Heraldry, the Blackwood family would be considered a cadet branch of the House of Black.


Notes and references[]

The Harry Potter Wiki has 105 images related to House of Black.
  1. 1.0 1.1 Black Family Tapestry
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
  3. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
  4. Although it has never been confirmed that Septimus and Cedrella are Arthur's parents, this can be inferred based on Sirius Black's statement in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Chapter 6 (The Noble and Most Ancient House of Black) that Arthur was "something like [his] second cousin once removed." The Black family tree establishes Cedrella as a first cousin once removed of both Orion and Walburga Black, Sirius's parents. Thus, any children she had would be their second cousins, and second cousins once removed of their sons Sirius and Regulus. Also, almost all of Sirius's relatives can be seen on the Black family tree because both his parents were born into the House of Black, making it unlikely that he could be related to Arthur in a way not shown. See also this talk page and an HPL essay for more information.
  5. 5.0 5.1 Sirius Black stated in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Chapter 6 (The Noble and Most Ancient House of Black) that Molly Weasley was his "cousin by marriage". This means that Ignatius Prewett, Lucretia's husband, could not have been Molly, Fabian, and Gideon's father, as this would have made them first cousins by blood of Sirius. Ignatius was Sirius's uncle by marriage, and if Molly was his niece, this could explain Sirius's comment. See this talk page for more information.
  6. 6.0 6.1 Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery, Year 3, "ANDROMEDA'S HOGWARTS HOMECOMING" Achievement
  7. Behind the Name: Black
  8. Sirius Black, Regulus Black, and Bellatrix Lestrange née Black are all noted to have black hair and pale skin, while Andromeda Tonks née Black has light brown hair and pale skin.
  9. Empire Magazine: Feature on OotP from The Leaky Cauldron
Death Eaters
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Leader: Lord Voldemort
Death Eaters

Avery II · Alecto Carrow · Amycus Carrow · Crabbe · Bartemius Crouch Junior † · Antonin Dolohov · Gibbon † · Goyle · Gareth Greengrass's brother · Jugson · Barnaby Lee's father · Barnaby Lee's mother · Bellatrix Lestrange † · Rabastan Lestrange · Rodolphus Lestrange · Walden Macnair · Mulciber I · Mulciber II · Nott · Pyrites (possibly) · Augustus Rookwood · Rosier · Evan Rosier † · Thorfinn Rowle · Selwyn · Merula Snyde's father · Merula Snyde's mother · Travers · Mason Tremblay (possibly) · Wilkes † · Corban Yaxley · Unidentified Death Eaters

Death Eater defectors

Regulus Black † · Igor Karkaroff † · Draco Malfoy · Lucius Malfoy · Peter Pettigrew † · Severus Snape

Death Eater allies

Borgin · Vincent Crabbe · John Dawlish · Delphini · Golgomath · Gregory Goyle · Fenrir Greyback · Mafalda Hopkirk · Narcissa Malfoy (defected) · Ismelda Murk (unofficially, supposedly) · Nagini · Mr Padgett · Mrs Padgett · Pansy Parkinson · Quirinus Quirrell · Albert Runcorn · Stanley Shunpike (Imperiused) · Scabior · Serpent of Slytherin · Pius Thicknesse (Imperiused) · Yubert Thorne · Dolores Umbridge

Other affiliations

British Ministry of Magic (under Voldemort's control) · Daily Prophet (under Voldemort's control) · Dementors · Draco Malfoy's gang · Kreacher (formerly) · Tom Riddle's gang · Gang of Slytherins · Giants (Golgomath's control) · Inferi · Charmed skeletons · Muggle-Born Registration Commission · Theodore Nott (possibly) · Snatchers · Werewolf army · The Unforgivable

Death Eater establishments

Abandoned nuclear power plant · Borgin and Burkes · British Ministry of Magic Headquarters (under Voldemort's control) · The Cave · Chamber of Secrets · Forbidden Forest · Gaunt Shack · Lee family house · Lestrange Vault · Little Hangleton graveyard · Malfoy Manor · Misty Dell · Riddle House · Snatcher Camp · Spinner's End (Severus Snape's house) · The Abandoned Substation · The Ruins · The Quarry