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List of unnamed individuals who lived during the 23rd century.

Altair VI president

The inauguration ceremony for the new president of Altair VI, which was expected to be attended by the USS Enterprise and two other Federation starships, was moved ahead seven solar days early in 2267, due to the president's desire to get launched a week early in order to finally stabilize the entire Altair system. (TOS: "Amok Time")

This president was only mentioned in dialogue.


This bartender met either Curzon Dax or Lela Dax around 2270, at some point introducing a beverage known as a black hole. (DS9: "Playing God")

This bartender was only mentioned in dialogue.

Blonde lab technician

This blonde lab technician was directed James T. Kirk's way by Gary Mitchell as a means of getting back at the overly serious Starfleet Academy instructor Lieutenant Kirk. He explained in 2265 that he had done so, going so far as to have "outlined her whole campaign for her", much to Kirk's shock. Kirk had nearly married the woman. (TOS: "Where No Man Has Gone Before")

This lab technician was only mentioned in dialogue.
Several possibilities have been revealed from Kirk's past that may indicate the identity of this blonde woman, such as Ruth, or Dr. Carol Marcus – a noted scientist with whom he had a child (Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan) – or, Dr. Janet Wallace – an "expert in endocrinology" who brought up the passage of time since she and Kirk "called it off." (TOS: "The Deadly Years") – but to date, her identity (or Humanity, for that matter) has never been established in canon. None of Kirk's other known canon past blonde relationships, such as Areel Shaw, are known to have a scientific background.

Daystrom's colleagues

According to Richard Daystrom, his colleagues laughed at him behind his back even as they became famous while improving on his work. In 2268, Daystrom complained about their actions while in the throes of an impending nervous breakdown following his failed experiment aboard USS Enterprise involving M-5 multitronic unit.

He later referred to them as "rows upon rows of fools" who listened to Dr. Daystrom's seminars and lectures without comprehending his systems. (TOS: "The Ultimate Computer")

These colleagues were only mentioned in dialogue.

Federation High Commissioner

This male Federation High Commissioner was to attend Elaan's wedding to the Troyian ruler. Nyota Uhura received and decoded a message from Starfleet Command that he was en route. When James T. Kirk informed Petri of the Commissioner's attendance, Leonard McCoy noted that "the fat will be in the fire" when the official learned of Elaan's attempted murder of Petri. (TOS: "Elaan of Troyius")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.
As the Commissioner is referred to as a "he", they may be speaking of the previously mentioned Ferris.

Federation president

In 2257, this Federation President personally pardoned Michael Burnham for her mutiny aboard the USS Shenzhou at the Battle of the Binary Stars, in recognition for her subsequent service aboard the USS Discovery and her role in ending the Federation-Klingon War. (DIS: "Will You Take My Hand?")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Federation scientists

These scientists made an initial report on their analysis of the Elasians, following first contact, sometime prior to 2268. They noted that the males were "vicious and arrogant," whereas the females were alleged to have a "subtle, mystical power that drives men wild".

The records of these scientists were read by the senior officers of the USS Enterprise as part of their preparation for the ship's diplomatic mission to the homeworld of the Elasians. (TOS: "Elaan of Troyius")

These scientists were only mentioned in dialogue.

Galliulin's friends

After Pavel Chekov left her, Irina Galliulin stayed in the city with friends. She explained this to him when they reunited on the USS Enterprise in 2269. (TOS: "The Way to Eden")

These friends were only mentioned in dialogue.


When Christine Chapel was a child, a girl called her stupid, which resulted in Chapel's protective pet malamute Milo biting the girl. Chapel told the story to Spock in 2259. (SNW: "Spock Amok")

This girl was only mentioned in dialogue.

Jara's "crush"

To determine the level of attachment a young Tuvok felt towards Jara, the Vulcan master asked him what his response would be if the master told him he had received a letter from Tuvok's father, saying that Jara was in love with one of his fellow students. Tuvok lashed out, calling it a lie, then proclaimed he would challenge the other student, proving the master's point; Tuvok was in the throes of shon-ha'lock. (VOY: "Gravity")

This student was only mentioned in dialogue.
This student could be any one of Tuvok's classmates, and may not even have been Vulcan, as Jara wasn't, either.

Ketteract's science team

In the mid-23rd century, these 126 scientists worked with the Starfleet physicist Ketteract on the Omega molecule project at a classified research station in the Lantaru sector. They were all killed in the ensuing destabilization. (VOY: "The Omega Directive")

These characters were only mentioned in dialogue.
The Section 31 novel Cloak names some of them, including Jain Suni (β), Karen Patterson (β), John Connolly (β), and his brother Tom (β).

Manway's science team

This Federation science team, overseen by Doctor Manway, was working in the Malurian system in 2267. They, along with the four billions inhabitants of the system were exterminated by the malfunctioning Nomad probe. (TOS: "The Changeling")

This science team was only mentioned in dialogue.

Norpin colony authorities

These individuals were in charge of the colony on Norpin V in 2294.

In that year, following Federation protocol, they reported the USS Jenolan as being six hours overdue after its scheduled arrival time. Once this action had been taken, the officials organized a search for the missing transport by retracing its sublight path. They reported "no debris was found and no natural or unnatural signs of conventional weapons or known destructive phenomena were detected."

These authorities were mentioned in an article from Carl's edition of The Star Dispatch. (DIS: "Terra Firma, Part 2")

These authorities were only mentioned in writing.

Redjac's victims on Argelius II

These women were also killed by Redjac in the 23rd century on Argelius II. (TOS: "Wolf in the Fold")

These women were only mentioned in dialogue.

"Rodent things" on Dimorus

These rodent-like creatures had the ability to throw poison darts.

Sometime prior to 2265, Gary Mitchell and James T. Kirk encountered these beings on Dimorus. Mitchell took a dart meant for Kirk and nearly died. He reminded Kirk of this in 2265 when he asked the Captain why he was suddenly afraid of him following Mitchell's encounter with the Galactic barrier. (TOS: "Where No Man Has Gone Before")

They were depicted as humanoids in the comic book Gary, but were non-humanoid in the photo comic Strange New Worlds and the reference book The Worlds of the Federation.

Travers' personal chef

This chef was employed by Commodore Travers.

In 2267, Leonard McCoy wondered aloud if the commodore had brought his personal chef to the outpost on Cestus III. James T. Kirk expected Travers would have taken advantage of the privileges of his rank and done so, though it was not confirmed. (TOS: "Arena")

This chef was only mentioned in dialogue.

Tribbles commercial announcer

The announcer gave a voice-over in a commercial for the cereal Tribbles. (ST: "The Trouble with Edward")

This announcer appeared as an off-screen voiceover.
The announcer was played by an unknown performer.
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