Full Name: Georgiana Rose Goyle
Nicknames: Georgie or Giana
Birthdate: 10th February, 1863
Current Age: 20
Hogwarts House: Slytherin
Wand: Rowan, 10”, supple, Ashwinder Ash
Blood Status: Pureblood
Social Class: Upper
Mother | Elizabeth Goyle née Prewett; housewife
Father | Sebastian Goyle; Ministry Employee
Eldest Brother | ASA GARRETT GOYLE; 30; Obliviator for the Minstry of Magic
Eldest Sister | Eleanore ------ ------ née Goyle; 25 (26 soon); wife
Elder Brother | FENRIS SEBASTIAN GOYLE; 23; Spirit Division Employee for the Ministry of Magic
Elder Sister | Thora ------ Goyle; 23; (twin to Fenris)
Other | ORSON MARCELLUS FLINT; husband
Appearance: Georgiana is quite tall for a woman, standing at five foot seven. With her grandmother’s origin being part Russian, the Goyle children all seemed to possess a pale, tanned skin and dark, brown eyes and hair; however, Georgiana’s appear lighter for some unfathomable reason. With her unblemished skin, arched eyebrows, small lips, and piercing, observant eyes, Georgiana can appear quite the beauty when she sets her mind to it. Georgiana’s appearance is much laid-back than most women whom try hard to please. Georgiana has no wish to please anyone; rather they must please her first. Georgiana’s style is mostly in light colors, her favorite color in particular being white. It has been said that wearing brighter colors illuminates her dark, tanned features, and she seems to take the criticism and advice all too well.
On an early morning day in late winter, an infant’s cry could be heard throughout the Goyle household in London. However, bring the most recent addition to the family had not been as easy for Mrs. Goyle as birthing her previous four children were. Soon after the final push had been made to bring the infant into the world, Mrs. Goyle had fainted from exhaustion (though the midwives and the local physician thought otherwise). No matter the lack of affection between himself and Mrs. Goyle, Mr. Goyle was concerned that he should lose his wife and render his children motherless. Mr. Goyle could not even acknowledge his youngest daughter after her birth with the direction his thoughts had taken: his children motherless and himself appointed as the maternal figure, as well as the paternal; and this future frightened him.
However, after two and a half days of slumber, Mrs. Goyle had awoken but was quite weak and bedridden for some time before she resumed her housewife and maternal duties. Due to his wife’s recovery, Mr. Goyle had only partially acknowledged his youngest daughter and child; however, the thought that Georgiana would have taken his wife’s life (and limit the freedom of his own) had him appear and come across as a bit cold towards her.
Georgiana grew up a pretty baby with little concerns and was frequently in the company of her mother and elder sisters’. She and her elder brothers had an understanding of one another (that they were family, and family protected one another), but they were never particularly close; especially herself and her eldest brother Asa whom was eleven years her senior. She and her father, however, were not particularly close, as well, but Georgiana respects and loves her father to an extent despite his partial acknowledgement of her. One would assume that Georgiana would be saddened by the fact that her father hardly acknowledges her existence, but this was just the opposite as Georgiana was quite satisfied with how her life progressed and not once did she complain of her father’s inattentions.
In 1868, Georgiana acquired her magical abilities. This turn of events came about when she and one of her sisters were entertaining themselves by reenacting their favorite pastime: pretending that they were as virtuous and proper like their beloved mother before them. However, the day was dreary and there had been the constant sound of rain pattering on top of the Goyle mansion roof. As is always assumed on a rainy day, activeness and duties were slowed and tediousness presented itself, and, as such, little Georgiana become one of its victims. While her sister attempted to enlighten her young sister with pouring nonexistent tea into small, empty china teacups and acting out exchanging pleasantries, Georgiana’s gaze seemed fixated upon the teacup before her as if it would somehow unexpectedly entertain her. Georgiana’s gaze was fixated so intently upon the teacup that as she acknowledged it raise a few inches up off the small tea plate it had been situated on, she could not take her eyes away from the levitating teacup for fear that it shall fall and break into pieces. However, Georgiana’s sister suddenly gasped aloud, “Georgie!”, and she lost her concentration; thus sending the teacup smashing to pieces. Quite concerned and frightened that she would earn a penalty, she had been caught unawares (as well as surprised) when her sister warmly congratulated her on announcing her abilities of being a witch.
In 1873, a year before she acquired her Hogwards acceptance letter, a ten-year-old Georgiana had been introduced to her betrothed for the first time. Of course, the betrothal began when she was much younger (when she had been three, to be exact), but her parents thought it pivotal, as well as prudent, that their youngest daughter be acquainted with her betrothed before they were to wed. This man was eight years her senior, and as thus, Georgiana did not have much interest in attempting to please him or endear her to him. “I have no wish to please him as he must please me first,” she would always confess when pressed for the opinion of her betrothed.
In 1874, Georgiana was sent to Hogwarts to further her education and begin her magic. The hat had barely brushed the top of her neatly arranged hair before it had announced her a Slytherin, where the cunning and the most ambitious reside. Georgiana enjoyed her first few years at Hogwarts. She was most pleased to realize that she had been much admired; however, this changed when Georgiana felt as if she had a rival whom was attempting to reach the level of admiration she acquired. However, Georgiana attempted not to let this young woman’s increasing popularity within the Slytherin house bother her as she convinced herself that she was far more mature and sophisticated for such petty jealousies or conflicts. Her area of expertise was usually potions, but she fairly excelled at Transfiguration and Charms, as well. Her main electives throughout school were Ancient Runes and Arithmancy. As once can tell, Georgiana was a logical thinker. Though she does not appear strong, her mind was quite developed and her senses observant.
In 1869, a few days before her sixteenth birthday, Georgiana received word that her betrothed was being difficult and was refusing to wed Georgiana with the confession that his betrothed was “cold-hearted, manipulative, and unattractive”. Georgiana convinced herself that the first two characteristics were compliments, but she was rather insulted by the latter of the accusations thrown at her. She rather thought herself fairly attractive, but was aware that she lacked a few certain appearance characteristics that would make her exterior appear better. Despite being quite offended, Georgiana took pride in her sophistication and her well-to-do manners. Her response to her sister’s letter had been: “Do not despise him for his opinions about your youngest sister. His assumptions are precise, after all. Couldn’t Mother and Father find a gentleman compatible with my countenance and be able to please me, no matter the circumstances or relationship between us?”
However, the betrothal had not been broken, but the behavior of Georgiana’s betrothed through his written correspondences or infrequent meetings in Hogsmeade were unsatisfactory. So vexed and unnerved by his behavior that Georgiana had almost written to her father to end the betrothal immediately as to spare her the coldness and the pettiness that she would have to endure throughout her lifetime after her marriage, but she was aware that she not be a complication to her father for fear that he should ignore and complain about her presence more frequently. As Georgiana matured and the young women she was acquainted with retaliated tales of themselves and the bond they had with their father, Georgiana began yearning for some kind of acknowledgment from her father that he does not regret her being born.
In the Spring of 1880, Georgiana graduated and had been presented at the Hogwarts’ Annual Coming Out Ball. She had inquired of her father whether or not she would be allowed to celebrate her coming out into society with a more intimate party after graduation, but he had denied her requests with the reasoning that it would have been no fair to his other daughters if he were to bend to his youngest daughter’s desires. Though quite dissatisfied and disappointed, Georgiana attempted to appear radiant and delighted at the Hogwarts Annual Coming Out Ball, and had been graciously rewarded for her efforts when she had been enquired to dance most of the evening away with eligible bachelor after eligible bachelor. Unfortunately, due to her betrothal, Georgiana had been forced to decline many proposals that Season.
Just as the approaching of the year 1881 presented itself, Georgiana’s betrothed announced he was going away on business and would be unable to marry Georgiana until he returned as he was rather reluctant to leave his bride to become accustomed to being a wife while not there with her. However, though she would never admit this openly, Georgiana was aware that this was an excuse to prolong their engagement. Now Georgiana was beginning to feel partially hurt by her betrothed’s dishonorable behavior. What has she done to make him immensely dislike her as he does? Does he not know that, despite the fact that she was incapable of releasing their arranged nuptials like she so yearns to, that she was sacrificing her freedom and willing to be civil and learn more about him?
In February of 1881, Georgiana’s betrothed left for Scotland and she had nothing but the concern of what society would think of her still unmarried. A majority of the ladies of her acquaintance were either engaged or married, and she suddenly felt as if she were an outcast, reclusive from all the rest. However, Georgiana’s pride deprived her of going into depression. She was a young woman of ambition and sophistication; she refused to confine herself within the walls of her family home because she was saddened by her betrothed’s absence or her seemingly permanent status as an unmarried woman. In order to relieve her concerns, Georgiana threw herself into society functions and was frequently in the company of her married friends. Why, she was even the apparent Godmother of one of her friend’s little child!
Currently, in the new year of 1882, Georgiana’s betrothed still had no returned from Scotland to Hogsmeade. Why, even his correspondence to his parents, siblings, and other sources were limited, as well. Her father, becoming quite irritable that his young daughter was still unmarried, was coming to terms with the fact that he may have to break the agreement with her betrothed’s family that their children shall marry. However, his only dilemma was how after the betrothal had been broken, what would become of Georgiana? Whom could he persuade to marry his daughter?
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