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[[Image:Picard XXII comte deHoll.JPG|thumb|A drawing of Picard XXII, comte de Holl.]]
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According to background material created for [[Star Trek: Generations]], '''Picard XXII, comte de Holl''' (in [[english]], ''Count Picard XXII of Holl'') was an ancient count in the Holl region of [[France]]. He was a distant ancestor of [[Starfleet]] [[Captain]] [[Jean-Luc Picard]].
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According to background material created for {{film|7}}, '''Picard XXII, comte de Holl''' (in [[English]], "Count Picard XXII of Holl") was an ancient count from the Holl region of [[France]]. He was a distant ancestor of [[Starfleet]] {{Captain}} [[Jean-Luc Picard]].
   
 
The article containing this information was included in the [[Picard family album]] during the filming of ''Generations''. However, the information is non-[[canon]] as the article was never seen on-screen.
 
The article containing this information was included in the [[Picard family album]] during the filming of ''Generations''. However, the information is non-[[canon]] as the article was never seen on-screen.
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Latest revision as of 13:51, November 28, 2019

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Picard XXII

A drawing of Picard XXII, comte de Holl

According to background material created for Star Trek Generations, Picard XXII, comte de Holl (in English, "Count Picard XXII of Holl") was an ancient count from the Holl region of France. He was a distant ancestor of Starfleet Captain Jean-Luc Picard.

The article containing this information was included in the Picard family album during the filming of Generations. However, the information is non-canon as the article was never seen on-screen.

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