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{{Quote|Behind the church, row upon row of snowy tombstones protruded from a blanket of pale blue that was flecked with dazzling red, gold, and green wherever the reflections from the stained glass hit the snow.|Description.|Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows}}
 
{{Quote|Behind the church, row upon row of snowy tombstones protruded from a blanket of pale blue that was flecked with dazzling red, gold, and green wherever the reflections from the stained glass hit the snow.|Description.|Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows}}
This '''graveyard''' was located in [[Godric's Hallow]], next to the [[Parish Church of St. Clementine]]. It was the home of the graves of many former residents of the village, both [[Muggle]]s and [[wizardkind]], including memebers of such prominent families as the [[Peverell family|Peverells]], the [[Potter family|Potters]], and the [[Dumbledore family|Dumbledores]].
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This '''graveyard''' was located in [[Godric's Hallow]], next to the [[Parish Church of St. Clementine]]. It was the home of the graves of many former residents of the village, both [[Muggle]]s and [[wizardkind]], including members of such prominent families as the [[Peverell family|Peverells]], the [[Potter family|Potters]], and the [[Dumbledore family|Dumbledores]].
   
 
==History==
 
==History==
 
===Early history===
 
===Early history===
 
{{Quote|The graveyard is full of the names of ancient magical families, and this accounts, no doubt, for the stories of hauntings that have dogged the little church beside it for many centuries.|[[Bathilda Bagshot]], ''[[A History of Magic]]''.|Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows}}
 
{{Quote|The graveyard is full of the names of ancient magical families, and this accounts, no doubt, for the stories of hauntings that have dogged the little church beside it for many centuries.|[[Bathilda Bagshot]], ''[[A History of Magic]]''.|Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows}}
It is unknown, with certainty, when the graveyard was founded, however, it appears that it was already in existance by [[1290s|1291]], as [[Ignotus Peverell]], who died in that year, is buried in there.
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It is unknown, with certainty, when the graveyard was founded, however, it appears that it was already in existence by [[1290s|1291]], as [[Ignotus Peverell]], who died in that year, is buried in there.
   
 
Many people, both wizards and Muggles, would be buried in the graveyard over the centuries, including people such as [[Kendra Dumbledore|Kendra]] and [[Ariana Dumbledore]], a [[Abbott|member]] of the [[Abbott family]], and [[James Potter I|James]] and [[Lily Evans|Lily Potter]].
 
Many people, both wizards and Muggles, would be buried in the graveyard over the centuries, including people such as [[Kendra Dumbledore|Kendra]] and [[Ariana Dumbledore]], a [[Abbott|member]] of the [[Abbott family]], and [[James Potter I|James]] and [[Lily Evans|Lily Potter]].
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{{Dialogue a-b|Harry Potter|I've been thinking. I — I want to go to Godric's Hollow.|Hermione Granger|Yes. Yes, I've been wondering that too. I really think we'll have to.|Harry Potter and Hermione Granger decide to visit Godric's Hallow.|Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows}}
 
{{Dialogue a-b|Harry Potter|I've been thinking. I — I want to go to Godric's Hollow.|Hermione Granger|Yes. Yes, I've been wondering that too. I really think we'll have to.|Harry Potter and Hermione Granger decide to visit Godric's Hallow.|Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows}}
   
On [[24 December]], [[1997]], [[Harry Potter]] and [[Hermione Granger]] visited Godric's Hallow as part of their [[Horcrux hunt|search for Horcruxes]]. On their way to try and locate [[Bathilda Bagshot]], they passed this graveyard and decided to take a detour to visit the [[James and Lily Potter's grave|grave]] of Harry's parents. During their search for it, they discovered other graves, including Ignotus Peverell's, which showed them another use of a [[Sign of the Deathly Hallows|symbol]] they would later learn was associated with the [[Deathly Hallows]], and the Dumbledores', which confirmed what they had read in ''[[The Life and Lies of Albus Dumbledore]]'' about the Dumbledores having lived in the village. After finding the Potters' grave, Harry began to cry, and Hermione [[Orchideous|conjured some flowers]] to place at the grave. The two then made their way to leave, only pausing once to ascertain if [[Nagini|someone]] was watching them.
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On [[24 December]], [[1997]], [[Harry Potter]] and [[Hermione Granger]] visited Godric's Hallow as part of their [[Horcrux hunt|search for Horcruxes]]. On their way to try and locate [[Bathilda Bagshot]], they passed this graveyard and decided to take a detour to visit the [[James and Lily Potter's grave|grave]] of Harry's parents. During their search for it, they discovered other graves, including Ignotus Peverell's, which showed them another use of a [[Sign of the Deathly Hallows|symbol]] they would later learn was associated with the [[Deathly Hallows]], and the Dumbledores', which confirmed what they had read in ''[[The Life and Lies of Albus Dumbledore]]'' about the Dumbledores having lived in the village. After seeing his parents' graves, Harry was overcome with emotion, and began to cry, and Hermione [[Orchideous|conjured some flowers]] to place at the grave. The two then made their way to leave, only pausing once to ascertain if [[Nagini|someone]] was watching them.
   
 
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"Behind the church, row upon row of snowy tombstones protruded from a blanket of pale blue that was flecked with dazzling red, gold, and green wherever the reflections from the stained glass hit the snow."
—Description.[src]

This graveyard was located in Godric's Hallow, next to the Parish Church of St. Clementine. It was the home of the graves of many former residents of the village, both Muggles and wizardkind, including members of such prominent families as the Peverells, the Potters, and the Dumbledores.

HistoryEdit

Early historyEdit

"The graveyard is full of the names of ancient magical families, and this accounts, no doubt, for the stories of hauntings that have dogged the little church beside it for many centuries."
Bathilda Bagshot, A History of Magic.[src]

It is unknown, with certainty, when the graveyard was founded, however, it appears that it was already in existence by 1291, as Ignotus Peverell, who died in that year, is buried in there.

Many people, both wizards and Muggles, would be buried in the graveyard over the centuries, including people such as Kendra and Ariana Dumbledore, a member of the Abbott family, and James and Lily Potter.

1997Edit

Harry Potter: "I've been thinking. I — I want to go to Godric's Hollow."
Hermione Granger: "Yes. Yes, I've been wondering that too. I really think we'll have to."
— Harry Potter and Hermione Granger decide to visit Godric's Hallow.[src]

On 24 December, 1997, Harry Potter and Hermione Granger visited Godric's Hallow as part of their search for Horcruxes. On their way to try and locate Bathilda Bagshot, they passed this graveyard and decided to take a detour to visit the grave of Harry's parents. During their search for it, they discovered other graves, including Ignotus Peverell's, which showed them another use of a symbol they would later learn was associated with the Deathly Hallows, and the Dumbledores', which confirmed what they had read in The Life and Lies of Albus Dumbledore about the Dumbledores having lived in the village. After seeing his parents' graves, Harry was overcome with emotion, and began to cry, and Hermione conjured some flowers to place at the grave. The two then made their way to leave, only pausing once to ascertain if someone was watching them.

Known burialsEdit

Behind the scenesEdit

  • In the novel Harry and Hermione came to this graveyard disguised as an old couple, however in the video game as well as the LEGO game they visit the graveyard as themselves, though Hermione liked the idea of using Polyjuice Potion.

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