You found the alphabetical list of persons (including a few animals) in Jingo. Here is the chronological list of the persons in Jingo.
71-hour Ahmed – D’reg head of the Klatchian police. Like Vimes, tries to find the person who attempted to kill Prince Khufurah. Curious about his name, aren’t you?
Abba Stronginthearm – Dwarf added to the Watch.
Affir Al-chema – Wrote Principia Explosia.
Agony Aunt Dotsie – Works for the A-M Times. Protects the Seamstresses’ Guild with her purse.
Agony Aunt Sadie – Works for the A-M Times. Protects the Seamstresses’ Guild with her umbrella.
Akhan – Greasy Arif’s somewhat more reasonable (than his father) son.
Al-jibla(h) – Klatchian counterpart to C.M.O.T. Dibbler.
Archchancellor Mustrum Ridcully the Brown – Prominent leader of Unseen University. Sorta good at what he does – whatever that is.
Bana – Klatchian woman who invited Beti / Nobby to chat with the other women.
Baron Mimbledrone – Single-handedly beat the armies of the Plum Pudding Country and ate their Sultana.
Big Anjie – Brews up a pint that’s a treat at The Klatchian’s Head.
Blind Hugh – A beggar who is most definitely not blind.
Bloody Stupid Johnson – Born, Bergholt Stuttley Johnson, but few remember those names. His works deserve an article all their own and may or may not ever get one.
Bob-Bob Hardyoyo – Assisted in the undoing of Ossie Brunt.
Constable Buggy Swires – Gnome in the Airborne Section of the Watch.
Bursar, The – At UU, but not a wizard. Needs his dried frog pills. Aka Mr. Dinwiddie.
Captain / Corporal Carrot Ironfoundersson – Member of the Night Watch. Adopted dwarf. Possibly king of Ankh-Morpork. Later promoted to Captain.
Captain Jenkins – Captain of the Milka, which was commandeered by Commander Vimes.
Captain Samuel Vimes – Head of the Ankh-Morpork Night Watch. Recovering alcoholic. Eventual spouse of Lady Ramkin and Commander of the Watch.
Chalky – Troll who ran an all-night pottery, a wholesale building supply, and a print shop.
Corporal Cheery Littlebottom (Cheri) – Alchemist, female dwarf in the Watch.
Constable Downspout – Gargoyle member of the Watch.
Constable Flint – Troll who worked in the armory. Now on the Watch.
Constable Pediment – Gargoyle – one of two – of the Watch.
Constable Visit-The-Infidel-With-Explanatory-Pamphlets – Call him Visit or Washpot, for short.
Corporal Cecil Wormsborough St. John “Nobby” Nobbs – Member of the Night Watch. Species: human. Probably.
Crazy Winston – Vimes remembered his collection of ears. Yeah…best not to ask.
Cumbling Michael – Beggar who (unnecessarily) admits the death of Lettice Knibbs.
Cut-me-own-throat (C.M.O.T) Dibbler – Originally known as Claude Maximillian Overton Transpire Dibbler. Entrepreneur (unsuccessful). Will sell you a “pig” sausage innabun. Don’t ask questions.
D’regs – Klatchian and Hershebian. Cheerfully warlike nomadic tribe of the desert.
Daceyville “Snowy” Slopes – A murderer (not an assassin) with really bad dandruff, until 71-hour Ahmed took care of it for him permanently.
De Bris gang – A troll criminal organization.
Dean – In several novels, his precise office is not specified. Probably Dean of Pentacles.
Death – An anthrpomorphic personification comprised of a skeleton, covered in a black robe, and holding a scythe (or a sword, for kings). He communicates in CAPTIAL LETTERS without the quotation marks.
Delphine Angua von Uberwald – First werewolf and female in the Watch. Very close friend of Carrot.
Detritus – A troll who eventually becomes a leading member of the Watch.
Denephew Boot – Wizard who coined the term Pavlovian response. His parents had wanted a girl.
Done It Duncan – Claims to have done every crime in Ankh-Morpork.
Dorfl – Golem in Long Hogmeat. Eventually given a voice and made a constable of the Watch. Helps other golems own themselves.
Dowager Duchess of Quirm – Lady Esmerelda admired a creation intended for her at Madame Dawning’s dress shop.
Dropley – Seems to have discovered the Etoliated Bladderwrack.
(Rufus) Drumknott – Lord Vetinari’s servant.
Duck Man, The – What duck?
Duke of Eorle – Aristocrat not interested in Edward d’Eath’s plot.
Evil Brother-in-Law of a Jackal – Jabbar’s camel.
Faifal – Klatchian from whom Colon learned where the army was located. So to speak.
Forthright – The Boy at the Vimes’ residence. He went off to join the Duke of Eorle’s regiment.
Foul Ole Ron – Beggar who saw Angua in the nudd. “Millennium hand and shrimp!”
Four Tribes of Khanli – Were succored, while thirsty in the desert, by a supernatural rain of rain. Again, would Visit lie to you?
Gavin, Scumbag Gav – Similar to the Artful Nudger.
General Ashal – Chief adviser to Prince Cadram.
General Pidley – Famous for his rallying cry: “Let’s all get our throats cut, boys!”
General Tacticus – Once in power in Genua, declared war on Ankh-Morpork.
Grace – Girlfriend of the deceased Ginger Hobbley.
Greasy Arif – Claimed the island of Leshp for Klatch. Not the smartest thing he ever did.
Gulli, Gulli, and Beti – Undercover aliases of Vetnari, Colon, and Nobby. Guess who got to be Beti – and turned out to be pretty good at it.
Harry Chestnuts – Said he saw Ossie Brunt go into Mrs. Spent’s rental apartment.
Hudrun – According to Visit, he smote the fleshpots of Ur.
Jabbar – Official wise man of the D’regs. Helps Vimes and 71-hour Ahmed defuse the war over Leshp.
Janil Goriff – Mistakenly fired a crossbow at an innocent customer at Mundane Meals. This was during the Leshp Affair.
Josiah H. ‘Flannelfoot’ Boggis – With his nephews, ‘The Old Firm’ of Bespoke Thieves. Now head of the Thieves’ Guild. Attacked the Fool and humbly regretted it later.
Lady Selachii – Aristocrat not interested in Edward d’Eath’s plot.
Lady Sybil Deidre Oglivanna Ramkin – Caretaker of swamp dragons and eventual spouse of Commander Vimes. Richest person in Ankh-Morpork.
Leonard of Quirm – Painter, inventor. (Think, da Vinci.)
Les Jackson – Solid’s somewhat more reasonable (than his father) son.
(Head) Librarian – Formerly human, now simian. Favorite (and nearly only) word: Oook.
Lieutenant Hornett – Served under Lord Rust. Poor guy.
Lily Goodtime – Informant to the Watch. Also a Seamstress…maybe?
Lord Pinwoe – Renowned in song and story using the cavalry to charge the full might of the Pseudopolitan army. They all died.
Lord Robert Selachii – An assassin. Member of a prominent family in Ankh-Morpork.
Lord Rodley – Duke of Quirm. Heir to the Quirm Estates. Did the Serpent Dance with Death (et al).
Lord Rust – Aristocrat not interested in Edward d’Eath’s plot.
Lord Venturi – Aristocrat not interested in Edward d’Eath’s plot.
Lord Snapcase, Psychoneurotic / Mad – In 1401, a colony of bats was executed for persistent curfew violations during his regime.
Mad Savatars – Compared to the D’regs, the Savatars are merely vexed.
Miskmik – Tribes that drove the Murmurians into the mountains causing their near demise…but for the elephants.
Mitolites – Were chasing the Sykoolites when the biscuit rain occurred.
Mohocks – Sworn blood enemies of the Skats, unless Carrot is around.
Mosheda – Klatchian poet known for the line, “I can’t believe this man.”
Mr Burleigh – Partner in arms manufacturing with Mr Stronginthearm. President of the Armourers’ Guild.
Lord Downey – Originally deputy to Dr Cruces. Eventually succeeded him as head of the Assassins’ Guild.
Mr Frostrip – Head of the Accountants’ Guild.
Mr Goriff – A Klatchian who owns Mundane Meals in Scandal Alley, A-M.
Mr Harris – Proprietor of the Blue Cat Club, A-M.
Mr Hashel – D’reg warrior called to account by Carrot and forced to apologize for his name calling.
Mr Hong – Owner of the briefly existing Three Jolly Luck Take-Away Fish Bar.
Mr Scoplett – First mate aboard the Milka.
Mr Slant – Of Morecombe, Slant & Honeyplace…lawyers. Head of the Lawyers’ Guild.
Mr Smallplank – Member of the Ankh-Morpork army. Immediately recognize and named by Carrot, because that’s Carrot.
Mr Wazir – Bookkeeper in Widdy Street who sold Carrot The Perfumed Allotment, or, The Garden of Delights.
Mrs Atbar – Mother-in-Law through and through.
Mrs Boggis – Wife of the head of the Thieves’ Guild.
Mrs Evadne Cake – A medium, verging on small. Could switch her premonition on and off.
Mrs Goriff – Wife of Mr Goriff. Helps run Mundane Meals.
Mrs Palm – A lady among ladies (of the night). President of the Seamstresses’ Guild. Befriends (not in that way) Corporal Carrot when he first arrives in Ankh-Morpork. Runs the House of Negotiable Affection.
Mrs Spent – The late Ossie Brunt’s landlady.
Murmurians – Would surely have perished were it not for the rain of elephants.
Needle Ned – Tattoo artist who gave Nobby the tattoo “WUM”. Long story, sorta.
Netal – One of the women with whom Beti / Nobby conversed. Her betrothed ran off to fight in Gebra over Leshp.
No Way José – Named as a witness to a boat theft.
Nonpo – According to the Testament of Mezerek, he spent four days in the belly of a giant fish.
Ossie Brunt – Free-lance assassin who was set up as a fall guy in the attempt on Prince Khufurah’s life.
Patrician of Ankh – The leader of the city of Ankh-Morpork. You know him cordially as Havelock Vetinari.
Prince Arkven – His wife, Tistam, according to legend, killed 10,000 men in battle.
Prince Cadram – Of Klatch. Plotted to assassinate his brother, Prince Khufurah, and this start a war with Ankh-Morpork.
Prince Kalif – Klatchian ambassador. He and Lord Rust understood one another perfectly. So much for diplomacy.
Prince Khufurah – Of Klatch. His brother, Prince Cadram, plotted his assassination.
Private “Ginger” Hobbley – Died in a fight with the Klatchians. According to (Sergeant) Willikins, he was 19, lived in Ettercap Street, where he made bootlaces. Was courting a young lady called Grace. (Willikins had been shown her picture.) She was a maid at Lady Venturi’s.
Private “Spider” Webb – Died in a fight with the Klatchians. According to (Sergeant) Willikins, he played harmonica rather badly and spoke longingly of home.
Private Smith – According to (Sergeant) Willikins, after the battle, he was having a tea brew-up at which Vimes would be welcome.
Private Vincent Bourke – Called to account by Carrot and forced to apologize for his name calling.
Queen Punjitrum – Possibly fictitious. Mentioned in passing by 71-hour Ahmed as a queen of Sumtri.
Queen Sowawondra – Touchy ruler who had 30,000 people put to death during her reign on the island of Sumtri.
Reg Shoe – Undead head of the Fresh Start Club. Also a constable of the Watch.
Ringo Eyebrows – Named as a witness to a boat theft.
Scavone – Wrote Chivalric Law and Usage.
Sergeant Frederick (Fred) Colon – Mainly of the Night Watch. Likes to stay out of trouble – especially other peoples’.
Seriph Creosote – Of Al Khali. Of his father originated the phrase, “Rich as Creosote”. (Read about Croesus, if you’re unfamiliar.)
Setha Ironcrust – Owns a bakery in Ankh-Morpork.
Sidney Lopsides – Paid to wear a bag on his head. Has his ear to the ground as an informant.
Sidney Pickens – Apprentice thief chased by Vimes (and the whole of Ankh-Morpork society) for stealing a stout woman’s purse.
Skats – Sworn blood enemies of the Mohocks, unless Carrot is around.
Smelly Slider – Former informant to the Watch.
Smite-The-Unbeliever-With-Cunning-Arguments – Cohort of Constable Visit.
Smudger – Reprimanded by (Sergeant) Willikins for just sitting around instead of digging graves for his fallen comrades.
Solid Jackson – Claimed the island of Leshp for Ankh-Morpork. Not the smartest thing he ever did.
Stamina Thrum – Angua suggested she might be of interest to Nobby, but he objected to her wooden leg.
Stoolie – A grassy gnoll who helps Carrot in his Snowy Slopes investigations.
Suffer-Not-Injustice Vimes – Known as Old Stoneface. Killed the last king of Ankh-Morpork. Ancestor of Commander Samuel Vimes.
Sweeney Jones – A really bad barber in Gleam Street.
Sykoolites – According to Visit, they were sustained by a rain of celestial chocolate biscuits. Would Visit lie to you?
Tistam – Wife of Prince Arkven. Per legend, she killed 10,000 men in battle.
Topless Harry – Noted for making two (fatal) mistakes while attempting to swing from one boat to another with a cutlass between his teeth.
Valerie – A donkey who stranded herself at the top of a stairway. Rescued by Vetinari.
Verity Pushpram – Nice girl. Runs the clam and cockle barrow in Rime Street. Nickname: Hammerhead.
Vortin – Owns a diamond warehouse. (Spelled warehourse, in Soul Music.)
Whistling Dick – Named as a witness to a boat theft.
William, the Artful Nudger – Young gangster who was surprised that Carrot knew his real name, which even his mother probably didn’t know.
Willikins – Butler of Lady Ramkin.
Woddeley – Author of several works including his Occult Primer.