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The following is a list of unnamed Humans from the 23rd century.

Argelius II bar patrons []

These two patrons were present in a bar on Argelius II, watching the belly dancer Kara in 2267. (TOS: "Wolf in the Fold")

The first man wore a colonist jumpsuit from "The Devil in the Dark", the second one wore High Commissioner Ferris' costume from "The Galileo Seven".


Bashir's great-grandfather []

This man's identity was unknown as of 2373.

Sometime around or after 2267, he had a relationship with a Starfleet officer named Watley, possibly the individual Julian Bashir encountered while trying to stop Arne Darvin's revenge plan aboard the USS Enterprise that year. This relationship ultimately lead to Bashir himself being born.

Bashir's suggestion that he himself might be this male relative (being possibly destined to become his own ancestor), was dis-proven by the fact that he did not cease to exist upon failing to become acquainted with her during his time travel excursion. (DS9: "Trials and Tribble-ations")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Children on library computer tape []

These children were seen on a memory tape in the USS Enterprise's library computer in 2269, as a representation of Earth life in the 2260s. (TAS: "One of Our Planets Is Missing")

Culber's family[]

Culber's cousins[]

Culber's mother[]

Detmer's family[]

Detmer's dad[]

Detmer's mom[]

Detmer's grandmother[]

Evans' parents []

The parents of Charles Evans were members of a scientific expedition to planet Thasus in 2252. Their ship crash landed, and they were killed along with everyone on board, with the exception of then 3-year-old Charlie. (TOS: "Charlie X")

These parents were only mentioned in dialogue.

In an initial story outline of TOS: "Charlie X", Evans was referred to as a Human/Ferndok hybrid, since his mother was a Ferndok (a species which, during the episode's development, was later renamed Thasian).

Finney's wife []

This woman had a daughter with Benjamin Finney, named Jame Finney. She and her daughter both received letters from Benjamin detailing his and James T. Kirk's close friendship. Reading these letters in 2267 changed Jame's mind about James T. Kirk's culpability in her father's apparent death. (TOS: "Court Martial")

This woman was only mentioned in dialogue.

According to The Autobiography of James T. Kirk, her name was Naomi.

Grayson's mother []

The mother of Amanda Grayson was known to say to her daughter, "Isik for your thoughts." She never explained to her daughter what an isik was. (DIS: "Will You Take My Hand?")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Howard family[]

Crusher's great-grandmother []

Beverly Crusher's great-grandmother, Felisa Howard's mother, served as keeper of the Howard family candle and the anaphasic lifeform Ronin until her death around 2350. It was at her funeral, near the "desolate grave site" of her mother that Felisa first met Ronin.

Beverly read the circumstances of how Ronin and Felisa met in Felisa's journals. Ronin later told Beverly he would love her "as he did her grandmother and her great-grandmother." (TNG: "Sub Rosa")

Howard's grandmother []

This grandmother was mentioned in the journal of her granddaughter Felisa Howard.

According to Felisa's diary, her grandmother was buried at a desolate grave site. It was at this site, at the funeral of Felisa's mother, where Felisa first met Ronin. (TNG: "Sub Rosa")

This character was only mentioned in writing.

Journalists []

These five journalists from FPC were present at the maiden voyage of the USS Enterprise-B in 2293. They interviewed Captain James T. Kirk, Scotty, and Chekov after their tour aboard the ship. Later they witnessed the destruction of the SS Lakul and the SS Robert Fox. During the following rescue mission two of them were recruited as nurses and had problems in sickbay controlling a panicked and disoriented El-Aurian survivor named Tolian Soran who demanded to be sent back where he came from. Three of them wore head-mounted video cameras. (Star Trek Generations)

The two latter actors received no credit for their appearance.

Kirk's family[]

Nephews []

These two nephews were the sons of George Samuel Kirk and brothers to Peter Kirk. They, along with George, Peter, and Aurelan Kirk, saw James off on his five-year mission. (TOS: "What Are Little Girls Made Of?")

These nephews were only mentioned in dialogue. McCoy comments in "Operation -- Annihilate!" that Peter is the only surviving member of George's family, though this may only be limited to those members on Deneva at the time.

The video game Star Trek: Away Team gives one of these nephews the name of Craig Kirk (β) and states that he was visiting family in Iowa during the incident. He later has a son (β) and a daughter.

The TOS novels The Last Roundup and Provenance of Shadows gives these boys the names Alexander and Julius. The novel The Autobiography of James T. Kirk calls them Joshua and Steven. The comic book Star-Crossed Part 2: Loved Not Wisely... calls them Brett and Robbie. The comic book story "Bloodline" calls them Marcus and Virgil. The comic story "The Unforgiven" calls them Adam and Jason. The photocomic "Sam" calls them George and Gregory. The video game Star Trek: Starship Creator calls them Stephen and Thomas.

Uncle []

James T. Kirk's uncle owned a farm in Idaho in the 2280s. It was at his farm that his nephew Jim met Antonia in 2282. (Star Trek Generations)

This uncle was only mentioned in dialogue.

Presumably, the uncle would have been the brother of George or Winona Kirk, though it could have been a long time family friend. In 2009's Star Trek, an uncle Frank was cut from the script and reworked into the stepfather heard in the film.

La Forge's great-grandfather []

According to Montgomery Scott, he was driving starships when Geordi La Forge's great-grandfather was in diapers. (TNG: "Relics")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Launch spectators []

These civilians watched the christening of the USS Enterprise NCC-1701-B from the drydock orbiting Earth in 2293 and applauded to this event. (Star Trek Generations)

All Humans were played by background performers who received no credit for their appearance.

The dress worn by the fourth pictured woman was originally created for Alsia in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode "Rivals" and was re-used throughout several Star Trek films and episodes. It was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [1]

Lavelle's grandfather []

This grandfather was the Canadian born progenitor of Sam Lavelle.

In 2370, Sam felt, upon learning (erroneously) that William T. Riker was Canadian, that their shared heritage by virtue of his grandfather would give them a starting point for a relationship. (TNG: "Lower Decks")

This grandfather was only mentioned in dialogue.

McHuron's brothers []

The two brothers of Eve McHuron lived on Bootes III. In 2266, Eve recalled having cooked for them, mended their clothing, and that their boots had canal mud a foot thick on them when they came inside. (TOS: "Mudd's Women")

These brothers were only mentioned in dialogue.

Picard's grandfather []

When Jean-Luc Picard was young, he watched his grandfather deteriorate from a powerful, intelligent figure to a frail wisp of a man, who could barely make his own way home. (TNG: "Night Terrors") According to James T. Kirk, he was saving the galaxy when Picard's grandfather was still in diapers. (Star Trek Generations)

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Pike's family[]

Pike's cousin []

Christopher Pike's cousin was an evasive woman, who, according to Pike, apparently only gave a straight answer in church. (DIS: "Saints of Imperfection")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Pike's father []

The father of Christopher Pike was a science teacher. When he was not teaching science, he would teach comparative religion, which led to a very confusing household for Pike and caused him and his father to not agree on things. (DIS: "New Eden")

Pike and his father had a difficult relationship, and Pike would admit to "downright hat[ing] his guts" at times. Pike's father died without resolving their acrimony, and afterwards Pike wished that he could have had one more argument with him. (SNW: "Those Old Scientists")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

The Pocket TOS novel Burning Dreams gives his name as Charlie Pike (β) while the comic book Star Trek: Early Voyages gives his name as Josh Pike (β).

Pike's mother []

The mother of Christopher Pike had a recipe for chicken tuna sandwiches that he was particularly fond of.

In 2254, Vina offered him sandwiches made from her recipe in an illusory Mojave scene. (TOS: "The Cage")

She taught Christopher her signature tomato sauce and according to Pike, anything else would be a crime against tomatoes. (SNW: "Among the Lotus Eaters")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

The Pocket TOS novel Burning Dreams gives her name as Willa McKinnies (β).

Riker's great-grandfather []

According to William T. Riker, his great-grandfather was once bitten by a rattlesnake, which died after "three days of intense pain." Riker related this to Deanna Troi in 2365 while suffering from the effects of the Surata IV microbe. (TNG: "Shades of Gray")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Scott's sister []

This woman was the sister of Montgomery Scott and the mother of Peter Preston, her youngest child. (Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan)

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

The use of "youngest" implies she had more than one child; an elder sister, Dannan Stuart (β), features in some novels.

She has been given the names Fran Preston (Who's Who in Star Trek 2), Clara (Engines of Destiny), Kristen Scott (Bum Radish: Five Spins on a Turquoise Reindeer), Linda Preston (Star Trek: Starship Creator) or Mary Darnley Scott (Star Trek II: Biographies), while her husband is either Gregory Preston (Star Trek: Starship Creator), Hamish Preston (Engines of Destiny) or Tommy Preston (Retrospect).

Sisko's great-great-grandfather []

According to Benjamin Sisko, his great-great-grandfather had false teeth that he kept in a glass next to his rocking chair. In 2375, Sisko mentioned him to Kasidy Yates as the couple imagined their life together. (DS9: "Penumbra")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Stamets' family[]

Stamets' father []

Stamets' mother []

Stamets' sibling []

Tilly's family[]

Tilly's cousins []

The cousins of Sylvia Tilly were remembered by her in the 32nd century, when she was coming to terms that her family had been dead for centuries. (DIS: "People of Earth")

These cousins were only mentioned in dialogue.

Tilly's grandmother []

This maternal or paternal grandmother of Sylvia Tilly had a saying, "[you]] can't bake a peach pie with a gazpacho recipe". (DIS: "Far From Home")

This grandmother was only mentioned in dialogue.

She may be named Adele.

Tilly's mother []

Tilly's stepsister []

The stepsister of Sylvia Tilly and daughter of Siobhan. (ST: "Runaway")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Transporter accident victim's family []

Following the death of a female crewmember assigned to the USS Enterprise in a transporter accident, Admiral James T. Kirk asked Starfleet to express his condolences to her family and Commander Sonak's who had also perished. (Star Trek: The Motion Picture)

This family was only mentioned in dialogue.

Tyler's family []

Ash Tyler was raised by his mother, a third grade teacher at Issaquah Elementary, twenty-four kilometers outside of Seattle, Washington. He never knew his father, but his mother told him that he "didn't miss much there."

While Tyler was attending Starfleet Academy, his mother took her first vacation in twelve years. On her way to the moons of Grazer, she was killed by a rogue comet. (DIS: "Lethe")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Wrigley's pleasure planet girl[]

M-113 creature as Nancy to Darnell

The M-113 creature appearing as a girl from Wrigley's pleasure planet

This girl was once encountered by Crewman Darnell on Wrigley's pleasure planet.

In 2266, an M-113 creature appeared to him in the form of this girl at the same time that it resembled Nancy Crater to Leonard McCoy, as he remembered having last seen her, and an older version of Crater to James T. Kirk. McCoy found Darnell's comment crass and said so. (TOS: "The Man Trap")

This girl was only mentioned in dialogue.

The illusion of the girl (as seen by Darnell) was played by Francine Pyne.

Uhura's family[]

Uhura's brother []

Uhura family photo

Uhura's brother (left)

The older brother of Nyota Uhura was idolized by his little sister. (SNW: "Subspace Rhapsody")

He was killed in an shuttle accident with their father and mother while Nyota was still school-aged. (SNW: "Children of the Comet")

Uhura's brother in her family portrait was portrayed by an unknown actor.

Nyota's brother is named Malcolm Uhura (β) in Star Trek II: Biographies and the novel Living Memory.

Uhura's grandmother []

The grandmother of Nyota Uhura served as a Starfleet officer in her youth.

After Nyota's parents and older brother were killed in a shuttle accident, she moved in with her grandmother where she used to talk about her time in Starfleet. Feeling like she had nothing else to do, Nyota enlisted in Starfleet herself. (SNW: "Children of the Comet")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Uhura's father []

Uhura family photo

Uhura's brother (right)

The father of Nyota Uhura taught at the University of Nairobi. During her youth, he once told Nyota that he considered her to be unburdened by conversational boundaries.

Sometime later, he, along with Nyota's brother and mother, were killed in a shuttle accident. Their deaths caused Uhura to forgo going to the university. (SNW: "Children of the Comet")

During her time with Hemmer, Uhura failed to tell him that he reminded her of her father. (SNW: "All Those Who Wander")

Uhura's father in her family portrait was portrayed by an unknown actor.

In non-canon media he is variously named Damu Pua (β) (Star Trek II: Biographies), Njuktu Uhura (β) (The Gemini Agent) or Alhamisi Uhura (β) (Living Memory, which retcons "Damu Pua" as a nickname).

Uhura's mother []

Uhura family photo

Uhura's mother (second from right)

The mother of Nyota Uhura taught at the University of Nairobi. Sometime later, she, along with Nyota's father and older brother, were killed in a shuttle accident. Their deaths caused Uhura to forgo going to the university. (SNW: "Children of the Comet")

Uhura's mother in her family portrait was portrayed by an unknown actress.

According to a deleted scene from TOS: "The Man Trap", Uhura's mother's name was M'Umbha.

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