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Latest revision as of 23:25, August 20, 2014

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Delacour family
Family heritage
Blood status

Part wizarding, part Veela

Notable family members

Fleur Delacour

Status

Extant in female line

Relationships
Related families

Weasley family

Affiliation
House(s)

None, attended Beauxbatons Academy of Magic

Loyalty

Delacour is the surname of a French wizarding family. Recent generations of Delacours have Veela heritage, as Monsieur Delacour married half-Veela witch Apolline Delacour. They are related to the pure-blood Weasley family of wizarding Britain.

Family membersEdit

GalleryEdit

Family TreeEdit

                  Monsieur DelacourApolline Delacour
                                    │
(see Weasley Family Tree)   ┌───────┴────────┐
      │                     │                │
   Bill WeasleyFleur Delacour    Gabrielle Delacour
                │
          ┌─────┴───────────┬──────────────┐
          │                 │              │
  Victoire Weasley  Dominique Weasley  Louis Weasley

EtymologyEdit

In French, de la cour means "of the court".

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