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Maury Bascomb - Mrs. Compson's brother, Uncle Maury. He does no work at all and is dependent upon his sister's family for money.
Dalton Ames - Caddy's first boyfriend. He is most probably Miss Quentin's father.
Herbert Head - The man whom Caddy marries. He deserts her and refuses to acknowledge Caddy's newborn child as his own.
Shreve McKenzie - Quentin's roommate at Harvard University. He is a Canadian.
Spoade - Another college mate of Quentin's.
Gerald Bland - A Harvard student. He reminds Quentin of Dalton Ames. He has a good relationship with his mother.
Mrs. Bland - Gerald's mother. She takes a lot of interest in her son's education, hobbies and general activities.
Roskus - Dilsey's husband. He also works the Compson household.
Frony - Dilsey's daughter. She helps out in the kitchen.
Versh and T.P. - Dilsey's sons. They are in charge of Benjy in the early part of his life.
Luster - Frony's son. He is Benjy's attendant in the present time of the story. Luster is quite painstaking in this duty but there are also occasions when he bullies and harasses Benjy.
Deacon - a Negro attendant at Harvard University, whom Quentin entrusts with his suicide letters.
Earl - the proprietor of hardware store where Jason Compson is employed.
Uncle Job - a Negro employee doing odd jobs for Earl.
Damuddy - Grandmother of the Compson children who dies in 1898.
Julio - the litter Italian girl's brother, who accuses Quentin of kidnapping her.
Anse - the Marshall who takes Quentin into custody.
"The man with the red tie" - Miss Quentin's boyfriend, a circus performer. It is with him that she runs away.
Charlie - one of Caddy's boyfriends.
Lorraine - Jason's mistress in Memphis.
Mrs. Patterson - the woman with whom Uncle Maury is having an affair.
Mr. Patterson - Her husband, who assaults Maury when he finds out about the affair.
Reverend Shegog - A Negro preacher. He gives a very good sermon on Eastern Sunday.