Runcorn is one of them (his name is above sidebottom and below roper.)
Here is pottermore's original forty transript http://lady-slytherin-forever.tumblr.com/post/8979923935/the-original-forty-off-pottermore or you can see it on your potter more account. So is this JK Rowling mistake or another secret of harry potter? PS: english is my second languange. sorry, if my grammar is bad :) —The preceding unsigned comment was added by User:Zaki alwi (talk • contribs).
- Which is odd because, if you count the names (not counting the "crossed out" entries), the 'Original Forty' are only thirty-nine. I'm almost sure Rowling accidentally skipped Runcorn when she was transcribing her notes. -- 00:15, May 28, 2012 (UTC)
- Runcorn is a girl; there are twenty boys and nineteen girls on the pottermore list! 220.127.116.11 03:00, January 16, 2013 (UTC)
can it be assumed she would be the final slytherin girl? If Albert Runcorn is her dad, she would be pureblood or at least a halfblood and juding how her dad acts in the 7th book would be affiliated with Voldemort and his ideas.
- She is actually one of the two missing Hufflepuff girl; I noted it zooming the picture (300 %). The other one being (most likely) Lily Moon.GianG (talk) 17:37, December 26, 2014 (UTC)
It says on the Runcorn page that all five Slytherin girls are known. Check again, only four are known, as far as I know: Pansy, Tracey, Millicent, and Daphne. It's still possible that Runcorn may be a Slytherin, even if Rowling originally made her a Hufflepuff. After all, she originally intended Anthony Goldstein to be a Hufflepuff but then put him into Ravenclaw instead! Assuming that this girl is the daughter of Albert Runcorn, she is highly likely to be a Slytherin - unless she disagrees with her family's social views, that is.