When Bathilda died around December 1997, he-who-must not-be-named animated her body and turned her into a snake whom he then placed part of his soul into. Making her a horcrux. Bathilda was also the great aunt of Grindelwald.
Behind the scenes. When Harry and Hermione are on the first floor of Bathilda's house, Nagini (inside the corpse of Bathilda) tells Harry to "Come!" from the next room in Parseltongue. In reaction, Hermione jumps and clutches Harry's arm, and the two of them obey the command.
Eventually, Nagini's blood curse permanently turned her into a snake. She was eventually acquired by Lord Voldemort. It is worth noting that she knew him when he killed Bertha Jorkins in Albania.
Originally Answered: How does the snake Nagini in form of Batilda Bagshot come to know or recognize Harry and Hermoine in Godric's Hallow? They were under the Cloak and had drank Polyjuice Potion. Harrry and Hermoine kept a Christmas wreath at Lily and James's grave. No random muggle would've done that.
The Dumbledores In the 1890s, Bagshot was already an adult living in her house in Godric's Hollow, when Kendra Dumbledore moved there from Mould-on-the-Wold along with her young children Albus, Aberforth, and Ariana, after her husband Percival's well-publicised arrest and imprisonment in Azkaban.
Death and Post Mortem Sometime after her interview with Rita Skeeter, Bathilda was murdered through the Dark Arts and her body was animated by Lord Voldemort. Voldemort did this using his snake, Nagini.
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