This page contains all relevant characters next to the books they appear in. This list is by no means exhaustive.

Characters name Books he or she appears in Bio and Book of last appearance
Captain Croucher Ramage Croucher presides the court-martial in Bastia. He is a close friend of Goddard.
Rear-Admiral Goddard Ramage In Ramage he is the second in command, right after Sir John Jervis and before Commodore Nelson. Captain Croucher is fourth in seniority. Wants to hang Ramage to hurt the Earl of Blazey. No title is given in the first book.
Thomas Jackson Ramage American from Charleston. He is Ramage's shadow.
Admiral Sir John Jervis, KB Ramage The admiral Ramage is serving under in the Mediterranean in the first book.
Horatio Nelson Ramage Made Commodore just a week before the start of the book Ramage. Stops the trial at Bastia unknowningly and puts Ramage in command of the cutter Kathleen
Lord Nicholas Ramage Ramage, Ramage and the Drum Beat Oldest son of Admiral The Earl of Blazey. This site is all about him as he is the main character of the books.
Gianna, Marchesa di Voltera Ramage, Ramage and the Drum Beat In Ramage she is rescued by Ramage from the french cavalery in Italy.

In Ramage and the Drum Beat she joins Ramage aboard the Kathleen on a trip from Bastia to Gibraltar.

Count Pisano Ramage In Ramage Count Pisano is trying to blame Ramage for the death of his cousin, count Pitti.

Count Pisano has a passing reference in Ramage and the Drum Beat.

Count Antonio Pitti Ramage, Ramage and the Drum Beat In Ramage Count Pitti is left at Torre Buranaccio and joins Ramage and the Marchesa later in Bastia.

In Ramage and the Drum Beat he joins Ramage aboard the Kathleen on a trip from Bastia to Gibraltar.

Captain Lord Probus Ramage Lord Probus advises Ramage on the court martialling before Ramages trial at Bastia.
Alberto Rossi a.k.a. Rosey None just yet Still present, sound of life and limb at the end of the last book.
Henry Southwick Ramage, Ramage and the Drum Beat Middle aged master of the Kathleen. He's been at sea for 26 years in the October 1796.
William Stafford None just yet Still present, sound of life and limb at the end of the last book.