Growing Up With a Name That’s Out of the Harry Potter Books

From a Wall Street Journal story by Ellen Gamerman headlined “Growing Up With a Name That’s Out of Harry Potter”:

Hermione Marshall, a British teenager who works in a flower shop, was named after the heroine of the Harry Potter books and films. A 6-year-old in Ohio shares his name with Ollivander, the magical wandmaker from the series. Venerable wizard Albus Dumbledore has a namesake—a second-grader from Las Vegas who loves a good outer-space joke.