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(covers information from several alternate timelines)
For the alternate reality counterpart, please see Unnamed Humans (alternate reality).

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

Amerind inhabitants Edit

Argelius II bar patrons Edit

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

They were played by Joe Paz and an unknown actor. The first man wore a colonist jumpsuit from "The Devil in the Dark", the second one (played by Paz) wore High Commissioner Ferris' costume from "The Galileo Seven".

Babel Conference delegates Edit

Charles Evans' parents Edit

The parents of Charles Evans were members of a scientific expedition to planet Thasus in 2252. Their ship crashed, 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.

Children on library computer tape Edit

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")

Deneva colony personnel Edit

Deep Space Station K-7 personnel Edit

Earth Spacedock personnel Edit

Elba II inhabitants Edit

Elysian councilor Edit

Eve McHuron's brothers Edit

The two brothers of Eve McHuron lived on Bootes III. (TOS: "Mudd's Women")

These brothers were only mentioned in dialogue.

Federation President Edit

Federation President, 2286

The Federation President in 2286

In 2286, this unnamed Federation President presided over the Council's deliberations concerning the actions of Admiral James T. Kirk, who had hijacked the USS Enterprise and caused an interstellar incident with the Klingons at the Genesis Planet. Ultimately, the Council decided to charge Kirk with nine violations of Starfleet regulations.

When the Whale Probe approached Earth, transmitting its destructive message into the planet's atmosphere, the President decided to broadcast a planetary distress signal to warn all ships to stay away from Earth. Following the Whale Probe incident (in which Kirk and his crew saved the planet), the President and the Council agreed to drop all but one of the charges against the Enterprise crew, the remaining charge simply resulting in Kirk being demoted to Captain - as he wanted all along - in gratitude for their service to Earth and the Federation. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

The president was portrayed by Robert Ellenstein.
The president in Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home is named Hiram Roth (β) in the novel Articles of the Federation by Keith R.A. DeCandido. The RPG book Star Trek IV Sourcebook Update calls him Alistair Fergus. He also appeared in several issues of DC's Star Trek comics.

Jame Finney's mother Edit

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.

James T. Kirk's family Edit

Nephews Edit

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 novel The Last Roundup 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 photocomic "Sam" calls them George and Gregory. The video game Star Trek: Starship Creator calls them Stephen and Thomas.

Uncle Edit

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 stepdad heard in the film.

Janus VI colony personnel Edit

Journalists Edit

These six journalists from Starfleet Broadcasting 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 three latter actors received no credit for their appearance.

Julian Bashir's great grandfather Edit

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.

Karidian Company of Players Edit

La Forge's great-grandfather Edit

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 Edit

These Human 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]

Maiden voyage officials Edit

These four officials were present on the bridge of the USS Enterprise-B in 2293 during the official maiden voyage of the starship. They were interviewed by several journalists and witnessed later the destruction of the SS Lakul and the SS Robert Fox. (Star Trek Generations)

Memory Alpha personnel Edit

Merchantman personnel Edit

Motherlode inhabitants Edit

Official Edit

Fox aide

Fox's aide in 2267

This official was an attache to Federation Central who accompanied Ambassador Robert Fox aboard the USS Enterprise for a diplomatic mission to Eminiar VII in 2267.

He was last seen slumped in a corner after a fire fight with Eminian guards, having been hit by a disrupter. Whether he lived or died is unknown. (TOS: "A Taste of Armageddon")

The aide was played by Malone who received no credit for his appearance.
The character was identified in the revised final draft of the script as simply one of Fox's "two officials", of course, in the final filmed version he was the only official seen accompanying Fox.
This official wore the same grey Nehru jacket that was later worn by another minor functionary, Arne Darvin, in "The Trouble with Tribbles".

Omicron Ceti III inhabitants Edit

Picard's grandfather Edit

According to James T. Kirk, he was saving the galaxy when Jean-Luc Picard's grandfather was still in diapers. (Star Trek Generations)

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Christopher Pike's mother Edit

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")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.
The Pocket TOS novel Burning Dreams gives her name as Willa McKinnies (β).

Planet Q inhabitants Edit

Psi 2000 personnel Edit

Regula I personnel Edit

San Francisco bar visitors Edit

Scott's sister Edit

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).

Shipyard Bar visitors Edit

Starbase 11 personnel Edit

Starfleet Headquarters personnel Edit

Starnes Exploration Party members Edit

Tantalus Penal Colony personnel Edit

Tarsus IV colonists Edit

Terra 10 inhabitans Edit