I would say that there are no references said exactly to anyone else doing this except Lavender Brown's "Prophecy" and in the movie when the male, African american character(I think his name was Ben) interprets the Grimm tea leaves(that were Harry's), but there are characters that make prophecies(if you consider these prophecies).
The term 'Grim' was only first mentioned to Harry by Professor
Trelawney during a Divination lesson studying the art of Tessomancy.
When the tea leaves revealed the Grim, a horrified Professor Trelawney
informed Harry, that the Grim is the possible omen of death. Harry's
stomach "lurched" upon remembering he had witnessed the dog at
The grim was a "omen of death" and a:
"The giant, spectral dog that haunts churchyards! My dear boy, it is
an omen—the worst omen—of death!"
—Sybill Trelawney discussing the Grim with Harry Potter
And the grim or Sirius Black did die or whoever the prophecy was talking about. Harry died, as well. And while Hermione is skeptical of it, she doesn't like things that are "wacky" and she has a dislike for Professor Trelawney.
- Taking this site as a source they seem to have found many so-called prophecies.
Some of the notable ones:
The first to rise
When 13 dine together, the first to rise will be the first to die.
Indeed, although scoffed at by the vast majority eating that Christmas
(PoA), this superstition is quite pertinent to the events of the Harry
Potter series. Because, indeed, Harry/Ron wasn’t the first to rise –
Dumbledore was; he rose to greet Trelawney. And Cedric definitely
wasn’t there, as seen by the fact that J.K. Rowling quite clearly
described which students were. This superstition appears to be quite
consistent, as it was later used to forebode the deaths of both Sirius
(at a meal in Grimauld Place) and Lupin (in Mad-Eye Moody’s ‘wake’).
Also, look at numbers 2 and 3. 3 mostly pertains directly to Divination. IIRC, they appeared to be nothing to the people that made them up, but they sometimes came true. Maybe I'm reading this wrong, or some people in the books/movie did make prophecies. You could say, though, that are mostly predictions. But freedictionary.com says that a prophecy is a:
a. An inspired utterance of a prophet, viewed as a revelation of
b. A prediction of the future, made under divine
c. Such an inspired message or prediction transmitted
orally or in writing.