Wolfram Roderich Beilschmidt is the 2nd eldest of 5 siblings. His father, Conrad Beilschmidt, was a professional Quidditch player who played as Beater in Heidelberg Harriers and his mother, Anneliese Beilschmidt, was a professor at Durmstrang Institute. He has two brothers and two sisters, two of whom are now professors at Durmstrang after their mother resigned.
The eldest of the siblings is Elisa, followed by him and then Julchen. The youngest were the twins Gabriel and Rafael. While they all squabble like all siblings do, they are a tight-knit team. It was pretty easy since all of them have 1-2 year age difference. Wolfram's childhood was a peaceful one, filled with memories of Quidditch and brooms. The 5 Beilschmidt siblings share a love of Quidditch, inherited from their father. Elisa was keeper while Julchen, Gabriel, and Rafael were Chasers and their father and him were Beaters.
Wolfram's Durmstrang years were pretty wild, to say the least. He was always dragged by his siblings to pull pranks, break rules, and cause mayhem in general. But he always covered for his siblings. Surprisingly, he got the position of Head Boy in his 7th year. He took his responsibilities very seriously, which minimized the collateral damage his siblings did. After graduating, he immediately looked for a Quidditch team to join. He hopped from team to team. While he was happy with the varying characteristics each team had, he was still unsatisified. Until he joined the Kenmare Kestrels, that is.
A few years after he became a professional Quidditch player, his younger sister Julchen followed him. But this time, she joined their father's old team. After the Heidelberg Harriers lost in the World Cup, he was notified of the British and Irish Quidditch League, which was the sole reason why he went to England, besides the fact that he wanted to check in with how his sister was doing.
A few years after the first League and in the middle of the second League, he adopted a girl named Aspirin Auttenberg.