Order of The Phoenix (fiction) - Notable Order Members

Notable Order Members

This is a list of notable members of the Order of the Phoenix. Albus Dumbledore, Severus Snape and Rubeus Hagrid have their own pages. Minerva McGonagall is listed under Hogwarts staff.

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