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How did Professor McGonagall husband died?

Tentacula bite
In 1985, three years into their marriage, Elphinstone died from a Venomous Tentacula bite. Minerva, who couldn’t bear to remain alone in their cottage, packed her things after her husband’s funeral and returned to her first-floor study in Hogwarts Castle.

What kind of Tabby did Professor McGonagall turn into?

When she completed all the steps, her Animagus form turned out to be a silver tabby cat, with what appeared to be square spectacle markings around the eyes.

When did McGonagall become Transfiguration professor?

Minerva McGonagall was the Transfiguration Professor from 1956 until 1998, the year in which she became Headmistress of the school. Before her, Albus Dumbledore taught Transfiguration.

Is McGonagall Filch’s mom?

The answer is: NO.

What type of cat was Minerva?

tabby cat
Minerva McGonagall, former Transfiguration teacher and Headmistress at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, was an Animagus that could morph into a tabby cat.

Is Professor McGonagall Scottish?

8. Professor McGonagall has Scottish roots. Her parents, the Reverend Robert McGonagall and Isobel Ross, had three children, Minerva, Malcolm and Robert Junior, all of whom were born in the Scottish Highlands.

How old is Minerva McGonagall in the books?

After graduation, she worked for the Ministry of Magic for several years, then declined a big promotion to instead teach at Hogwarts, staying there for the remainder of her career. According to the author, Minerva McGonagall’s birthday is 4 October, and she is about seventy years old when the series begins.

Who is McGonagall’s successor?

Professor Marazion
Professor Marazion succeeded Minerva McGonagall in the post of Head of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.

Who is Mrs McGonagall’s son?

He married Isobel Ross, a Hogwarts-educated witch and had several children: Minerva, their oldest child and only daughter, and two younger sons, Malcolm and Robert Jnr.