The only African American family that signed the charter, the Swanns also have Romani roots. Embroiled in society politics, Peter Swann also is the Editor in Chief of the Haven Courier.
Family Head: Peter Swann
Sua Swann - A woman adopted by the Swanns who is a junior reporter at Haven Courier, using her position to cover up supernatural crimes when she can.
Noelle Swann - One of Peter's half-sisters and a social media activist, Noelle Swann recently used her platform for Covid-19 awareness before catching it.
Bellamy Swann, Lorraine Swann.
The most powerful family in Haven by far, an Inigo has almost always sat on the Mayorship in Haven, and Augustus Inigo was no different -- nearly every great Inigo has always gotten by on a Demonic Pact or two. On the Day of Red, the Mayor went missing, and has been ever since.
Family Head: Augustus Inigo
Giovanna Inigo - A skilled but reclusive occultist and antiquist who also is well-versed in legal matters. Her life is generally dedicated to her occult studies.
Mortimer Inigo - Giovanna's brother, he's been away at university for a while, coasting along on Inigo money. He's returned to Haven for ominous reasons.
Stalwart and vigilant, the Reeves have always found themselves deep in society politics and civil service positions throughout Haven's history. Frank Reeves has been the Sheriff of Haven for over twenty years, but went missing the Day of Red.
Family Head: Frank Reeves
Alvin Reeves - A fry cook at the Lodge for only a few months, he seems new to Haven and the other Reeves don't seem to actually claim this man as family. However, he and the Sheriff seemed awfully close the final month of Frank's service to Haven before disappearing.
A family that also happens to be a werewolf pack by a stroke of bad luck, the Moore family used to run Westhaven and considered Haven's western forest their territory. Mary Moore is the landlady of Westhaven.
Family Head: Mary Moore
Misty Moore - One of the more rambunctious of the Moores, Misty's been in and out of trouble most her life, though she's left Haven.
Aimee Lynn Moore - Misty's cousin, Aimee Lynn has a rap sheet of petty crimes to her name. Many of the Moores seem very protective of her.
Incredibly wealthy as a whole, the Wilson family runs the Bank and also happens to own much of the land around Fleet Street, with some suggesting they have underworld dealings there. Patricia Wilson is the venerable matriarch of the Wilson family, and controls her financial empire with an iron fist.
Family Head: Patricia Wilson
Therese Wilson - The youngest child of Patricia Wilson, she was born late in the bank mogul's life. Some rumors persist that her health is failing her.
The Arkwright family typically finds themselves in medical professions, but other Arkwrights have the misfortune of finding themselves victims of Haven's nightlife. James Arkwright is actually one of the original founders of the town, but tends to be off politicking for the Hand throughout the US.
Family Head:James Arkwright
Alaric Arkwright - A doctor with a specialty in experimental treatments who has many Founding Family members as his patients. He's been employed at Blackfield for a long, long time.
Case Arkwright - Alaric's cousin. Known as a gentle and kind man in his youth, rumors of addiction and lawsuits abound now follow him.