Percival "Percy" Craye, Earl of Worplesdon is a fictional character who appears in P.G. Wodehouse's Jeeves novels and stories. He is Agatha Gregson's second husband, and would have been her first, but for Agatha's discovering that he had behaved shamefully at a ball at Covent Garden, whereupon she broke their engagement and married Spenser Gregson instead. Craye, who by the time Spenser is dead has become Earl of Worplesdon, is a distinguished member of the aristocracy, and a landowner in various parts of the kingdom. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lord Worplesdon"
Madeline Bassett (later Lady Sidcup) is a character in P. G. Wodehouse's Jeeves series of books. She is one of the girls to whom Bertie Wooster nearly finds himself engaged. She is fond of declaring that the stars are "God's daisy chain," and that, in a slightly contradictory way as Bertie silently notes, a "wee bit star" is born each time a fairy sheds a tear. Wooster describes her (in Right Ho, Jeeves) in the following terms: "She was a pretty enough girl in a droopy, blonde, saucer-eyed way, but not the sort of breath-taker that takes the breath." ...more on Wikipedia about "Madeline Bassett"
Major Brabazon-Plank is a minor fictional character from the short stories and novels of P. G. Wodehouse, who is widely regarded as one of the great comic writers of the 20th century, once described as "English literature's performing flea." ...more on Wikipedia about "Major Brabazon-Plank"
Miss Mapleton is a fictional female from the stories of Bertie Wooster and his indefatigable valet Jeeves, written by PG Wodehouse. She is headmistress of St Monica's School for Girls in Hertfordshire and a close friend of Bertie Wooster's Aunt Agatha. After Bertie is arrested for trespassing on school grounds whilst returning Bobbie Wickham's cousin Clementina to her room after she sneaked out to see her elder cousin play in the South Hertfordshire Women's Tennis Championship, she, having been told by Jeeves that Bertie was not trespassing or attempting to make a burlglarious entry, but chasing a robber, managed to have him removed from jail. However, this was to be done only on the condition that Bertie give a lecture to the school on the values of healthy living the following morning, for, in order to add verisimilitude to his tale, Jeeves had informed her that he was a well-known orator on a tour of the Home Counties. Bertie, who has enough wool in his head to arouse suspicion that he may have stolen a herd of sheep and placed them within his cranium, angered Miss Mapleton by firstly telling the girls how to gamble, then a joke about a scantily-clad chorus girl, and he left the school in a hurry before she had a chance to recover and have him arrested for breaching the peace. ...more on Wikipedia about "Miss Mapleton"
Montague "Monty" Bodkin, also referred to as Montrose, is a character from the dossiers of P.G. Wodehouse. He featured in "Heavy Weather", "The Luck of the Bodkins", and "Pearls, Girls and Monty Bodkin". ...more on Wikipedia about "Monty Bodkin"
Mr Anstruther is a fictional character created by P. G. Wodehouse. Though he appears in a single short story – "The Love That Purifies" from Very Good, Jeeves – he remains one of the most famous of Wodehouse's minor characters. A friend of Dahlia Travers's late father, he is "a rather moth-eaten septuagenarian" and a temporary resident of Brinkley Court, the seat of Dahlia and her husband Tom, when Bertie Wooster, Dahlia's nephew, comes to visit. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mr Anstruther"
Mr Mulliner is a fictional character from the short stories of P. G. Wodehouse, who is widely regarded as one of the great comic writers of the 20th century, once described as "English literature's performing flea." ...more on Wikipedia about "Mr Mulliner"
Mrs. Scholfield is a character who appears in the Jeeves novels of PG Wodehouse. She is sister to Bertie Wooster, and is apparently married to a man of considerable wealth and position, as they are stationed in India, presumably doing important governmental work for the Empire, for a lot of the time. She is never given a first name, nor are we told as to who is the elder of the two siblings. However, we can assume that brother and sister are on good terms, as when she comes back from India, Bertie is jolly keen to have her stay with him. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mrs. Scholfield"
The Oldest Member is a fictional character from the short stories and novels of P. G. Wodehouse. He narrates the majority of Wodehouse's golf stories from the terrace of a golf club whose location is unclear, and he never has a proper name. ...more on Wikipedia about "Oldest Member"
Oofy Prosser is a fictional character created by P. G. Wodehouse. He is a friend of Bertie Wooster. Prosser is the most wealthy (hence the most envied) member of the Drones Club. However, he is a miser, and is considered ugly on the outside as well, because the pimples on his face are quite famous. He is constantly being asked for loans of £5 or £10. He appears in stories of the Drones Club, such as those of Freddie Widgeon and Bingo Little, and some special appearances as in " Service with a Smile" and " Mulliner Nights". ...more on Wikipedia about "Oofy Prosser"
Reginald "Pongo" Twistleton is a character in the Uncle Fred books by P. G. Wodehouse. He's a nervous young man described by Sally Painter, the woman who loves him as a "baa-lamb". Due to his craven disposition, he's easily bullied (in a good-natured way) by his Uncle Fred, Lord of good old Ickenham, who gets him to go on mad adventures where they impersonate people. Their exploits together have instilled in him an irrational fear of his uncle, and he is exceedingly glad that Lady Ickenham strictly forbids her husband from setting foot in London. ...more on Wikipedia about "Pongo Twistleton"
Ronald Eustace Psmith (or Rupert Psmith, as his is called in the first two books in which he appears) is a character in several of the comic novels of P. G. Wodehouse. The P in his surname is silent, and was added by himself as he considers himself (with some justice) to be too remarkable to be a mere "Smith". ...more on Wikipedia about "Psmith"
Sir Roderick Glossop is a fictional character in stories by P. G. Wodehouse. ...more on Wikipedia about "Roderick Glossop"
Roderick Spode, 8th Earl of Sidcup, also known as Lord Sidcup, is a minor fictional character from the novels of P. G. Wodehouse. ...more on Wikipedia about "Roderick Spode"
Rosie M. Banks is the wife of Bingo Little in the short stories and books of P.G. Wodehouse. ...more on Wikipedia about "Rosie M. Banks"
Rupert Baxter is a fictional character who appears in several of the stories and novels of P. G. Wodehouse. Often called The Efficient Baxter, he is a secretary and an expert on Egyptian scarabs, wears rimless spectacles, suspects everyone of being an impostor, and is, as his epithet suggests, extremely efficient. ...more on Wikipedia about "Rupert Baxter"
Rupert Steggles is a man of dubious reputation, a character from the Jeeves stories, written by PG Wodehouse. He runs a crooked turf accountancy racket during the Village Sports Day at Twing whilst staying with Lord and Lady Wickhammersley, conning Bertie Wooster and his consortium ( Freddie Widgeon, Cynthia Wickhammersley and Bingo Little) out of a considerable sum of cash. However, Jeeves places a one hundred pound bet on a Mr Charlie Benbow in the over 65's 100 metre dash at 15/1, thereby retreiving most of the lost money. Meanwhile, Lady Wickhammmersley, who is anti-gambling after her husband lost the east wing of the house in a game of shove ha'penny, discovers Steggle's game, and donates all the money he took to the church roof restoration fund. ...more on Wikipedia about "Rupert Steggles"
In the short stories and novels of P. G. Wodehouse, Sebastian Beach is the butler at Blandings Castle, seat of Lord Emsworth and his family, where he serves for eighteen years. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sebastian Beach"
In the stories and novels of P. G. Wodehouse, Spenser Gregson is Bertie Wooster's Aunt Agatha's first husband. Wodehouse is unclear on Gregson's surname, giving it variously as Spenser, Gregson, and Spenser-Gregson, though it appears most often as simply Gregson, with Spenser as his Christian name. ...more on Wikipedia about "Spenser Gregson"
Stanley Featherstonehaugh Ukridge (pronounced "Fanshawe Ewkridge" (as in fridge)) is a fictional character from the short stories and novels of P. G. Wodehouse. ...more on Wikipedia about "Stanley Featherstonehaugh Ukridge"
In the stories and novels of P. G. Wodehouse, Stephanie "Stiffy" Byng is an old friend of Bertie Wooster, the niece and ward of Sir Watkyn Bassett. Engaged (most of the time) to Rev. Harold "Stinker" Pinker, she is constantly lugging Bertie and others into schemes which would be best best left untouched. ...more on Wikipedia about "Stiffy Byng"
In the novels of P. G. Wodehouse, the Rev. Harold "Stinker" Pinker is the curate of Totleigh-in-the-Wold and an old friend of Bertie Wooster. He is engaged to Stiffy Byng, but can't get up the courage to ask her guardian ( Sir Watkyn Bassett) for her hand. He has notoriously bad balance and is constantly knocking into nearby objects. ...more on Wikipedia about "Stinker Pinker"
In P.G. Wodehouse's Jeeves stories, Tom Travers is the husband of Aunt Dahlia and uncle of Bertie Wooster. Travers, known to Bertie as Uncle Tom, funded his wife's rarely-profitable magazine Milady's Boudoir, which he always called "Madame's Nightshirt", until she sold it. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tom Travers"
Hildebrand "Tuppy" Glossop is a fictional character appearing in some of P. G. Wodehouse Jeeves books. He is a member of the Drones Club and a good friend of Bertie Wooster. Tuppy is engaged to Bertie's favourite cousin, Angela Travers. Jeeves has ruined Tuppy´s relationships to the opera singer Cora Bellinger and the dog lover Miss Dalgleish in order to keep them together. In Right Ho Jeeves, they break up their engagement because of a certain shark. But Jeeves restores their engagement with his normal brilliance. His uncle is Bertie's nemesis Sir Roderick Glossop and his cousin is Bertie's ex fiancee Honoria Glossop. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tuppy Glossop"
Frederick Altamont Cornwallis Twistleton, 5th Earl of Ickenham is a fictional character from the short stories and novels of P. G. Wodehouse. ...more on Wikipedia about "Uncle Fred" Tell your friends about www.shortopedia.com P._G._Wodehouse_characters
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