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Sometime before [[1960s|1960]], [[pure-blood]] witch [[Eileen Prince]] married [[Muggle]] [[Tobias Snape]]. They had one child, [[half-blood]] wizard [[Severus Snape]]. The marriage seemed to be unhappy, as they lived in near-destitution, frequently argued, and were neglectful of their son.<ref>''[[Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince]]''</ref>
 
Sometime before [[1960s|1960]], [[pure-blood]] witch [[Eileen Prince]] married [[Muggle]] [[Tobias Snape]]. They had one child, [[half-blood]] wizard [[Severus Snape]]. The marriage seemed to be unhappy, as they lived in near-destitution, frequently argued, and were neglectful of their son.<ref>''[[Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince]]''</ref>
   
With Severus's death in [[1998]], the Snape family may have become extinct, as Severus had no sibilings and no children of his own,. Snape may be handsome, but he isnt as nice as he looks ;)
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With Severus's death in [[1998]], the Snape family may have become extinct, as Severus had no sibilings and no children of his own,.
   
 
==Family Members==
 
==Family Members==

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SeverusSnape
Snape family
Family heritage
Blood status

Muggle and magical

Notable family members
Status

Possibly extinct[1]

Relationships
Related families

Prince family

Affiliation
House(s)

Slytherin

Loyalty

Snape is the surname of a family with both Muggle and magical members. In modern times, they resided in a house on Spinner's End. Mr. and Mrs. Evans and their daughters Petunia and Lily lived nearby.[2] The Snapes are related to the pure-blood Prince family.

Sometime before 1960, pure-blood witch Eileen Prince married Muggle Tobias Snape. They had one child, half-blood wizard Severus Snape. The marriage seemed to be unhappy, as they lived in near-destitution, frequently argued, and were neglectful of their son.[3]

With Severus's death in 1998, the Snape family may have become extinct, as Severus had no sibilings and no children of his own,.

Family Members

Etymology

J. K. Rowling has said that she took the surname Snape from an English village[4], probably one in Yorkshire near Hadrian’s Wall. Snape is also an English verb meaning “to be hard upon, rebuke, snub”, derived from the Old Norse sneypa, “to outrage, dishonour, disgrace”.[5]

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