H.E. La Roi Esq.

Hetty's pen name while she was writing pulp fiction novels, derived from the French word 'King.' (4.2: The Lady and the Blade)

Alice Hardy

First appearance: 2.5: Old Quarrels, Old Love
Alice Hardy married Teddy Frasier, the nephew of Romney Penhallow.

Maggie Hardy

First appearance: 2.5: Old Quarrels, Old Love
Maggie and Nathanial Hardy were the Parents of the bride in the wedding of daughter Alice and Teddy Frasier. Olivia informed Maggie that her husband Nathaniel pulled out all advertisements for the Avonlea Chronicle. Maggie threatened Nathanial to return the advertisements in order for their daughter's wedding to receive an article in the Chronicle.

Nathaniel Hardy

First appearance: 2.5: Old Quarrels, Old Love
Nathaniel and Maggie Hardy were the Parents of the bride in the wedding of daughter Alice and Teddy Frasier. Olivia informed Maggie that her husband Nathaniel pulled out all advertisements for the Avonlea Chronicle. Maggie threatened Nathaniel to return the advertisements in order for their daughter's wedding to receive an article in the Chronicle.

John Harrison

First appearance: 3.13: Old Friends, Old Wounds
Purchased the Lynde property after Thomas Lynde died, which made Rachel a sworn enemy. The hostility intensified after Marilla Cuthbert died and Mr. Harrison purchased the Green Gables property. Due to his fondness for Davy Keith, or perhaps loneliness, Mr. Harrison reconciled with Rachel Lynde and allowed her to stay at Green Gables.

David Haas

First appearance: 2.2: How Kissing Was Discovered
Cricket player who Felicity had a crush on in summer 1904.

Hawk

First appearance: 6.9: The More Things Change
Hawk and his partner Quint were two ruffians who swindled Davy Keith out of money intended for Clive and Muriel's wedding present. The small time con artists told a gullible Davy that if he left money under a rock in the cemetery, that it would magically double the next day. The tables were turned however, when Dora Keith planned a scheme and got the money back.

Lilian Hepworth

First appearance: 7.4: Woman of Importance
Lilian Hepworth was the sister of Jessica Pettibone and the Aunt of Arthur, Izzy and Morgan. Before Jessica died, she entrusted Izzy to Lilian. Lilian owned a hat store in Boston that faced hard financial times and ran out of business. In 1911, Izzy contacted her Aunt and invited her to visit her.

Lilian accepted, despite her dislike for Izzy's father, Clive. During her visit, Lilian infuriated Clive when she said that Jessica Pettibone lived a life of "turmoil and drudgery" during their marriage. Izzy, who was nearly 16, made plans to live with her Aunt in Boston.

Felix discovered that Lilian was facing financial problems and attempted to warn Izzy. Lilian finally told her niece that her business had failed and that she was too proud to admit the failure to Clive. Izzy decided not to leave with her Aunt and Lilian departed town soon afterward.

Mr. Herschel (first name unknown)

First appearance: 1.10: Felicity's Challenge
Mr. Herschel was the assistant to legislative assembly candidate Judson Parker.

Wally Higgins

First appearance: 3.12: The Calamitous Courting of Hetty King
Shoe salesman of the Windy City Skate Company who became infatuated by Hetty's shoe size. Higgins proposed to Hetty, but Hetty vehemently rejected the proposal in an embarrassing moment during the Winter festival.

Adeline Hodgson

First appearance: 5.7: Someone To Believe In
Adeline was the daughter of politician John Hodgson. When her mother died, Adeline went to a boarding school in Ottawa. She remained at the boarding school for most of her life while her father was busy with politics.

In 1908, she travelled to Avonlea during her fathers campaign for prime minister. She stayed at the White Sands hotel and quickly made friends with Felix King, who showed her around Avonlea.

Adeline began stealing various items around the hotel and blamed Elbert Werts. Felix discovered that Adeline was stealing and informed her father about his daughter's crimes.

John Hodgson attempted to bribe Felix into ignoring the incident, but Felix was unwilling to let Elbert go to jail. Since the items were returned, Adeline was not charged with any of the crimes. She returned to the boarding school shortly afterwards.

John Hodgson

First appearance: 5.7: Someone To Believe In
A former ambassador of France, John Hodgson was an ambitious politician who ran for Prime Minister in 1908. He campaigned in Avonlea with his daughter Adeline and wanted Alec to run for district representative.

When Alec discovered that Hodgson was buying votes, he promptly refused the opportunity. Hodgson discovered that his daughter was stealing but tried to unsuccessfully bribe Felix King to ignore the incident. In light of his daughter's criminal activity, Hodgson canceled his fund raising dinner and quickly left town.

Buck Hogan

First appearance: 3.2: But When She Was Bad, She Was Horrid
Member of Abe Pike's gang of pickpockets on the mainland.

Honkey Tonkey Donkey

A song written by Rudy and Betty Blaine (7.6: King of the Great White Way).

Captain Horn

First appearance: 5.3: Modern Times
Captain of a lobster vessel that was wrecked. Olivia negotiated a deal with Horn to acquire the lobster.

Ada Hubble

First appearance: 7.2: Love May Be Blind... But the Neighbors Ain't
Villager.

Hannah Hubble

First appearance: 7.2: Love May Be Blind... But the Neightbors Ain't
Hannah Hubble was visiting from Moncton and soon became friends with Donny Lester, an older son of the Lester family. Donny worked at the soda counter and became fond of Hannah, often calling her "hi ya baby Hubble."

Hannah had a condescending personality and believed that Moncton was clearly more exciting than Avonlea, which antagonized many of her peers. Donny and Hannah confronted Izzy with the rumor that Felix kissed her, which started a conflict between Felix and Izzy. By December 1914, Donny and Hannah were married. Hannah was working as a nurse

Heath Hymus

First appearance: 6.8: Fools and Kings
Heath Hymus was a shady businessman who swindled Janet King into selling several products. One of the products, ACME bright white soap, caused the ladies at the Daughters of the Dominion meeting to break out with uncontrollable itching.

After hearing a phone conversation, Becky Lester confused Heath Hymus for 'his highness,' which caused Hetty to believe that Prince George was coming to Avonlea. When the Knights of P.E.I. discovered that Hymus, who happened to be a Knight, was harassing Janet King, they promptly threw him out of the White Sands hotel.

 

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