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These are the minor characters in the Kit series whose names start from A to M.

See: Minor Characters in Kit's Series (N-Z)


Mrs. Addison

A laundress in Uncle Hendrick's neighborhood. Her husband left for New York and she hadn't heard from him in a year. After being kicked out of her house by her landlord, Mrs. Addison had no choice but to place her five children in an orphanage as she couldn't care for them as she worked.

Ann

The owner of a golden retriever puppy the protagonist finds and befriends in Full Speed Ahead: My Journey with Kit. Her father pays the protagonist twenty dollars an an award.

Annie-Dot

A resident at Goodmont Children's Home. She has in interest in mystery novels.

Mrs. Barclay

A member of the country club the Kittredges used to join before they had to leave.

Mr. Barta

A Hungarian man who had taken in a chimpanzee named Buddy Boy.

Dexter Baxter

A trumpet player seen performing at the Burns' Theater in The Jazzman's Trumpet. He is known as "Dizzy Dex Baxter" and is mainly referred to as "Dex Baxter".

Mrs. Blanchard

A member of the country club the Kittredges used to join before they had to leave.

Mr. and Mrs. Bell

An elderly couple who are close friends with the Kittredges. They have one grandson who lives in Florida.

Nurse Bergstrom

A nurse who works for the Cincinnati Public Health Department. She was in charge of setting up a quarantine at the Kittredges' house after Kit, Ruthie and Stirling contracted scarlet fever in Kit Uses Her Head.

Mr. Birdseye

An elderly hobo the protagonist and Kit meet while hiding aboard a boxcar in Full Speed Ahead: My Journey with Kit.

Angela Bravetti

A woman who moves into the Kittredge's house sometime prior to Danger at the Zoo. She is referred to as "Miss Bravatti" as she had kept her marriage to Mr. Richards a secret in order to keep her job as a high school English teacher.

Rose Burns

The owner and manager of Burns' Theater. She had inherited the theater from her father, Ian Burns, after his passing.

Joe Crabtree

The father of Talitha Crabtree. He had previously worked in a mine and knows how to weave baskets and make up riddles.

Talitha Crabtree

A young woman who resides in Mountain Hollow. In Midnight in Lonesome Hollow, Talitha agrees to secretly help teach Harlan Craig how to read and write, and later accepts his proposal for marriage.

Auntie Craig

The grandmother of Fern, Johnny and Harlan Craig. She is addressed as "Mamaw" by her grandchildren, and as "Auntie Craig" by others as a sign of respect.

Fern Craig

An Appalachian girl who's friends with Kit Kittredge. Fern and Johnny were two of Millie Morrison's best students before the school was closed after the mine was shut down. Fern lives with her two brothers and grandmother.

Harlan Craig

Fern and Johnny's older brother. He had previously worked at the Mountain Hollow coal mine before the mine had to shut down.

Johnny Craig

Fern Craig's younger brother. His favorite book is The Little Engine That Could.

Officer Culpepper

An officer for the Cincinnati Zoo's "Zoo Police".

Mrs. Dalrymple

A woman who moves into the Kittredge's house sometime prior to Danger at the Zoo. Mrs. Dalrymple enjoys quilting and had moved in with the Kittredges after her husband passed away.

Lady Deedles

A female pianist who sings and plays the piano in Stewart Simpson's band.

Dorothy

A girl in Kit's fourth grade class.

Daphne Dumont

An actress from New York hired by the Burns' Theater in A Thief in the Theater.

Elaine

Roger's older sister, who attends college and is seen visiting her family in Missing Grace.

Roland Fairchild

An actor from New York hired by the Burns' Theater in A Thief in the Theater.

Mrs. Finch

The owner of a general store in Lewis Falls. In Full Speed Ahead: My Journey with Kit, she pays the protagonist and Kit two nickels each for scrubbing her frying pans.

Miss Finney

A nurse boarding with the Kittredge family. Miss Finney has a boyfriend in Boston who writes to her almost everyday.

Mr. Fisher

Kit's, Ruthie's and Stirling's fourth grade teacher.

Norman Flint

Mr. Walkins' former dog trainer and employer, who had wanted to open his own kennel.

Mr. Gibson

The editor of the Cincinnati Register. He is nicknamed "Gibb" by his employees.

Gunner

A Swedish actor hired by the Burns' Theater in A Thief in the Theater. He and Sven used to be strongmen.

Miss Hart

A nurse boarding with the Kittredge family.

Mr. Hesse

An old friend of Jack Kittredge.

The Hobart Brothers

Three blond boys that bullied Stirling Howard and a paperboy named Vinnie in A Thief in the Theater. The eldest brother is named "Hobart".

Mr. Hoffstader

The owner of the hospitality shop in the hospital. His wife has recently had a baby (just before the events of Kit's Home Run) and he does not have time to care for the plants. At Kit's urging, he hires Louise Howard as an assistant at the shop.

Mr. Howard

Mr. Howard was the husband and father of Louise Howard and Stirling Howard. He left both after losing his job. While he promised to write, he never does so.

Inky

Uncle Hendrick's ill tempered Scottie dog.

Joey

Annie-Dot's younger brother, who was also staying at Goodmont Children's Home.

Butch Johnson

A blond boy who is best friends with Roger.

Boogie-Woogie Jones

A drummer who plays in Stewart Simpson's band, and is seen performing at the Burns' Theater in The Jazzman's Trumpet.

Jimmy Lake

A boy who works in the mail room of the Cincinnati Register.

Mr. Leiser

Kit's, Ruthie's and Stirling's sixth grade teacher.

Lex

A hobo Kit and Stirling met in Kit Saves the Day.

Eli Littlefield

The infant son of Mrs. Littlefield. He's only seen in Full Speed Ahead: My Journey with Kit (online endings).

Mrs. Littlefield

A resident of Mountain Hollow, Kentucky. She meets the protagonist and Kit in Full Speed Ahead: My Journey with Kit (online endings) and attends their swap party, seeking baby clothes for her infant son, Eli.

Lucias

A man seen escorting the protagonist, Kit and Mr. Birdseye to Lewis Falls Jail in Full Speed Ahead: My Journey with Kit.

Lucille

Uncle Hendrick's great-niece. She visits the Kittredges in summer 1933 and stays with them, her board being paid by Hendrick.

Lucille is only mentioned in Full Speed Ahead: My Journey with Kit, and it is possible for the unnamed protagonist to take on Lucille's identity if the reader chooses so.

Mabel

A girl in Kit's fourth grade class.

Mr. and Mrs. Maggiano

The owners of Maggiano's Grocery Store.

Mrs. McCorkle

A resident of Mountain Hollow, Kentucky. She has a son named Robert and knows how to quilt using traditional Appalachian designs.

Robert McCorkle

Mrs. McCorkle's son. He was taught a Shakespearean poem by Millie Morrison and knows how to recite it by heart.

Mr. McGregor

A man who works as a teacher at Goodmont Children's Home. He is considered by Annie-Dot and Joey as the nicest employer at the orphanage.

Miss McLenny

A woman who moves into the Kittredge's house in Missing Grace.

Birch Morrison

Birch was Mildred Morrison's husband and helped raise Jack Kittredge. He worked in the coal mine in Mountain Hollow, Kentucky until his death.

Luke Mueller

A German boy Kit meets in Missing Grace. He's nicknamed "Sunny" by hobos at the hobo camp.

Mr. and Mrs. Mueller

The parents of Luke Mueller. In Missing Grace, it was mentioned that Mrs. Mueller was ill and expecting a baby, and Mr. Mueller was struggling with earning enough money to take his wife to a doctor.

Elsie Mundis

An elderly woman who lives in a manor house called Rivermead Manor. Miss Mundis is a big science fiction fan, and had attended school alongside Uncle Hendrick before she was transferred by her mother to a European finishing school.

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