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  • Agusta Longbottom, {FICT} (1937 - 1998)
    Fictional Character Appearing in the Harry Potter Book Series: DO NOT merge with real people or into the "big tree" Augusta Longbottom (fl. 1961-1998) was a pure-blood witch and member of the Longb...
  • Alice Longbottom, {FICT}
    Fictional Character Appearing in the Harry Potter Book Series: DO NOT merge with real people or into the "big tree" "...Alice Longbottom was a pure-blood witch and Auror who worked for the Ministry...
  • Callidora Lysandra Longbottom, {FICT} (c.1915 - 2008)
    Fictional Character Appearing in the Harry Potter Book Series: DO NOT merge with real people or into the "big tree" "... Callidora Longbottom (née Black) (b. 1915) was a pure-blood witch, th...
  • Frank Longbottom, {FICT}
    Fictional Character Appearing in the Harry Potter Book Series: DO NOT merge with real people or into the "big tree" "... Frank Longbottom was a pure-blood wizard, an Auror for the Ministry of Magic...
  • Hannah Longbottom, {FICT} (1980 - d.)
    Fictional Character Appearing in the Harry Potter Book Series: DO NOT merge with real people or into the "big tree" ' Hannah Longbottom (née Abbott) was a half-blood witch who was in the sam...

About the Longbottom surname

The surname 'Longbottom' is said to be of Anglo-Saxon origin and mean one who dwells in a 'Long Valley'.

However, being derived from Old English the surname 'Longbottom' actually means 'Long staying Power'.

The first recorded spelling of the family name is shown to be that of Richard Longboteham, which was dated 1379, in the "Yorkshire Poll Tax Returns", during the reign of King Richard 11, known as "Richard of Bordeaux", 1377 - 1399.

The Longbottom motto in Latin is; 'Labor Omnia Vincit' which translates to mean; 'Hard Work Conquers All'.