||An attendant, hired by Bunter, to push his bath-chair when the Owl was pretending to recover from an operation.
||A member of Lorrell's Lambs.
||Another attendant, hired by Bunter, to push his bath-chair when the Owl was pretending to recover from an operation.
||Known affectionately as "Uncle" by the villagers of Friardale where he runs a pawnshop. Bunter visited him to raise funds after he was expelled from Greyfriars.
||A nubian slave. The property of Sheik Mustapha ben Mohammed.
||One of a family of donkey boys in Cairo. Their scam was to sell a donkey to an unsuspecting tourist and then the donkey would run away, back to the gang.
||Sheik of the Baggara, and a desert robber. Bribed by Kalizelos, he held up the Greyfriars party and took them into the desert to try to force Mauleverer to give up the Scarab of A-Menah. Maroudi, however, paid the sheik a larger sum than Kalizelos for their release.
||The local Rag and Bone man, who is also known to Greyfriars as “Old Clo”.
|ABRAHAMS, Mr. Isaac
||A moneylender and a business associate of Moses Levinski.
||A camel driver in the pay of Bou Saoud. When the Famous Five were searching for Marjorie Hazeldene and Clara Trevelyn he helped “Honest Ibrahim” to attempt their capture. In the ensuing fight he was shot and wounded in the shoulder by Harry Wharton.
|ADAMS, Mr. Ben
||A boxing booth proprietor. Amongst the fighters in his charity promotion at Courtfield were Tom Belcher, Tommy Doyle, Slogger Sawyer and the Pixie Kid. The Famous Five, having had permission to go, were caught “out of bounds” by Loder. As he was determined to get them into trouble, the Removites let him do his worst.
||Parlourmaid to Miss Bull, aunt to Johnny Bull.
||An aunt of Gussy.
||A servant at Mr. Vernon-Smith's villa at Monte-Carlo.
||A nephew of Monsieur Charpentier.
||A wealthy Chinese merchant of Singapore dealing in jade. A member of the Red Dragon Tong, his men captured Bunter and Nugent. The price for their release was to be the handing over of Wun Lung to the Tong. Nugent managed to engineer their escape unbeknownst to Ah Feng, thus enabling Ferrers Locke to bring Wun Lung safely to his father.
||The servant to Perez. He was a member of the Dinka tribe from the Nile region of Africa.
||Potman at the Three Fishers always ready for a fight.
||The footman appointed to look after Bunter during his stay at Cavandale Abbey. In keeping with his aristcratic breeding, Bunter could never remember his name.
||Footman at Gadsby Croft.
||Footman at Combermere Lodge.
|ALFORD, Mr. Guy
||Loder's cousin. Recently returned from Argentina, Loder used his arrival at Eastbourne as an excuse to get a break from Greyfriars.
||Half arab, half negro member of Kranz’s slave trading gang. After being captured, Vernon-Smith was in Ali’s custody until his release by Bunter.
||Servant to Hilmi Maroudi. Bribed the enormous amount of ?800 to steal the scarab of A-Menah by Kalizelos, his attempt failed after nearly throwing Harry Wharton into the sea while en route for Alexandria.
||Stole money from his employer, and Edwin Myers' father was accused of the crime. Allardyce was arrested trying to break into Greyfriars and was taken away to consult a mental specialist.
||A Spanish bandit who attacked and robbed Coker and friends while they were riding in the hills above Algeciras. (And he claimed to be a “Cabellero”).
||A Neopolitan boatman hired by Tiger Bronx to help in his attempted kidnapping of Bunter while bathing at Posilippo. The Famous Five tried to hire the boat while the kidnap was in progress, and so, inadvertently , foiled the attempt.
||"Fat Boy of Turnham Green" at Tompsonio's circus.
||The resident housekeeper to Mr. Pickering, the tutor hired by Mr. Vernon-Smith to instruct Smithy during the holidays. Smithy, however, intended to pass the holidays with Ponsonby & Co. despite the knowledge that Smedley was trying to get Smithy disinherited by his father.
||The mate of the Comet, a ship which was used in an illegal salvaging operation in Pegg Bay.
||The alias used by Soames when he visited Greyfriars to search for the cigarette case containing the clue to the whereabouts of the proceeds of a raid upon Lantham Post Office.
||A Greyfriars schoolboy in the Fifth Form.
||A Greyfriars schoolboy in the Upper Fourth form. Despite many close calls and warnings, he is still the same shady character who seems to revel in breaking school bounds and rules. Even the discovery of his younger, hero-worshipping brother, Maurice, seems to have had little or no effect on his character. Unfortunately, he is also an inveterate snob, which means that his friends are limited to his fellow Upper Fourth form study mate Kenney and worse, if possible, Skinner of the Remove.
||Aubrey Angel’s older brother. There is no mention of which school he attended.
|ANGEL, Colonel Denys
||Late Colonel H.M. Armed forces. Killed in action, he was the younger brother of Sir Philip Angel. While serving in his capacity as magistrate, he incurred the emnity of Barengo who, in revenge, took a child he presumed to be the Colonel’s son. In fact it was Maurice, Sir Philip’s son, whom Colonel Angel had wished to make his heir as he was, himself, unmarried.
|ANGEL, Sir Philip
||Father of three sons Claude, Aubrey and Maurice. Until he learned that Mick, (the name by which Maurice was known at Greyfriars), had rescued him from an attack by Barengo, he had tried to persuade the Head to remove the boy from school. It was only after this that he learned that the Gipsy boy was, in fact, his youngest son.
||A Cliff House schoolgirl.
|ANNAN, Mr. Walter
||The husband of Squiff's cousin, Norah Field.
||Waiter at the Barley Mow Inn, Little Puddleford.
|ANTHONY, Mr. Mark
||The negro cook on the Spindrift. He was forced to join the mutiny against Captain Curll.
||Major Domo at the mansion rented by Jarvish on Bunter’s behalf in Paris.
||A sailor on the Nancy which rescued the juniors when their boat was wrecked.
||An Italian priest helped by the Famous Five after he had been attacked by footpads. Cardinal Colonna, on hearing of this, not only gave them a lift in his car after they had been stranded by a mixture of fate and Jarvish’s machinations, but also put his car and his secretary at their disposal during their stay in Rome.
|ARKWRIGHT, Mr. Alf
||A Plumber’s Assistant sent to Greyfriars to replace a broken window in the Second Form Room. Whilst there, he stole a page from Wharton’s stamp album.
|ARMSTRONG, Dr. Isaac
||The inventor of the Armstrong Method of teaching took over as temporary head of Greyfriars during Dr. Locke's absence. He introduced strange new rules before it was discovered that he was mentally ill.
||A footman at Wharton Lodge.
||A member of Herr Rosenblaum’s Foreign Academy.
|ASHLEY, Mr. Daniel
||Father of Sam, and imprisoned following a burglary at Popper Court. He escaped from prison to visit his sick wife and, with the aid of The Famous Five, he was able to establish his innocence.
||A young lad, the assistant to Mr. Mimble in his gardening duties at Greyfriars. His father escaped from prison and proved his innocence.
||An Indian Ayah engaged by Bunter thinking he was employing a manservant. He did not realise that she was, in fact, a nursemaid.