Scout, Jem, and Atticus' neighbor. Strong influence in Scout and Jem's lives. She is a baptist, loves to garden, and wears a sun hat. "There are some kind of men who are so busy worrying about the next world they've never learned to live in this one, and you can look down the street and see the results."
Miss Stephanie Crawford
Dill comes to Maycomb every summer, is Jem's best friend, and he is "married" to Scout. He is obsessed with Boo Radley and is a really good actor. "It ain't right, somehow, it ain't right to do [Tom Robinson] that way. Hasn't got any business talkin' like that... it makes me sick."
Mr. Dick Avery
Mrs. Dubose is a old, rude, and racist woman that scares the kids. She takes care of flowers and is addicted to morphine, but she quit so she wouldn't die an addict. "[Jem's] father is no better than the [black people] and trash he works for."
Miss Stephanie Crawford is a neighbor of the Finches. She is a southern belle, and is the town gossip. She always knows what is going on. "...Boo Radley was scrapbooking and then when his father walked past him he shoved the scissors into his leg, yanked them out, wiped them on his pant leg, and kept on cutting!"
Mister Avery is one of Scout's neighbors. He apparently loved to pee, as Scout and Jem witnessed him do it a few times. He also sneezed often. "See what you've done?! It hasn't snowed in Maycomb since Appotomattox. It's bad children like you that make the seasons change."
Schoolmate of Scout's, very poor, allergic to pecans. He wasn't allowed to accept things from people that he couldn't give anything back to. "Almost died first year I came here and ate those pecans, folks say he poisoned em and put em over the school fence."