Am I wrong, or is his name in the film "Septimes"?--Rodolphus 10:44, 29 August 2009 (UTC)

No, it's Septimus. You can see the second part of the U next to the S. --  Seth Cooper  owl post! 16:20, 30 August 2009 (UTC)

Re Bilius

I am struggling with this sentence & don't want to just edit it without checking if I'm missing the point

"Bilius may be another of Septimus and Cedrella's sons; this cannot be confirmed, however, as it is only known that he was the uncle of Ron Weasley and his siblings, not whether he was born, as he is not married to, a Weasley or a Prewett."

.......not whether he was born???

I think I got it: "Bilius may be another of Septimus and Cedrella's sons however, this cannot be confirmed. It is only known that he was an unmarried uncle of Ron Weasley not whether he was born into the Weasley or the Prewett family.

inssesed: if victoire weasley and teddy lupin were dating wouldnt that make them inssesed beacuse his mom (tonks) is rellated to the black family and victoire is a weasley in a way they are inssesed in a distant relation —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Nosmoreswthenu (talkcontribs).

First of all, the word you are looking for is incest. And, yes, technically most pureblood families are related. Ginny and Harry are of the same family tree as well (at least, if we consider Dorea Black and Charlus Potter to be Harry's grandparents). I may as well point out that, past second cousins or so, genetic diversity is such that such a relative is physically no different than a complete stranger. -- 1337star (talk) 18:30, December 4, 2011 (UTC)