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As with other Scourer-founded families studied by American wizarding historian Theophilus Abbot, the Barebones were marked by a profound belief in the existence of magic and an equally deep hatred of it, which they passed down the generations.
- Bartholomew Barebone — an 18th-century No-Maj who tricked the witch Dorcus Twelvetrees into revealing many details about the wizarding world in the largest-ever breach of the International Statute of Secrecy
- Chastity Barebone — eldest adopted daughter of Mary Lou
- Credence Barebone — adopted son of Mary Lou
- Mary Lou Barebone — a No-Maj woman who lead the "fanatical" anti-witchcraft group the New Salem Philanthropic Society in the 1920s
- Modesty Barebone — youngest adopted daughter of Mary Lou