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This grave was located in the garden at Shell Cottage, in Tinworth. It was dug by Harry Potter with the help of Ron Weasley and Dean Thomas. Harry used Draco Malfoy's former wand to carve the epitaph on the grave, 'HERE LIES DOBBY, A FREE ELF'. After the grave was dug, Luna said a few words about how grateful she was that he had saved her and Ron agreed with her. Harry silently gave his grievances. After everyone left to go back to the cottage, Harry carved the words on Dobby's grave.