Multiple realities
(covers information from several alternate timelines)

List of unnamed Humans from past eras.

Anna's lover Edit

This male crash landed on an unnamed Class M planet sometime before 2370. He was nursed back to health by Anna. They fell in love. (TNG: "Liaisons")

This man was only mentioned in dialogue.

Arab prince and subjects Edit

Sometime in Earth's distant past, it was said that an Arab prince coined the proverb "the enemy of my enemy is my friend", only to be betrayed and decapitated by his own subjects. Spock mentioned this in 2258 of the alternate reality when James T. Kirk suggested they work with Khan Noonien Singh, citing that saying. (Star Trek Into Darkness)

These characters were only mentioned in dialogue.

Archer's photograph Edit

Archer's photograph

A group of three Humans

Captain Jonathan Archer placed a photograph of three Human men at the wall in his ready room aboard Enterprise NX-01. (ENT: "Regeneration")

Explorers Edit

Polynesian explorers

Explorers on a body of water

A group of explorers was known to have explored Earth's bodies of water in a primitive sailing ship. (Star Trek: Enterprise opening credits)

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Henry VIII's huntsmen Edit

During Earth's ancient past, King Henry VIII reportedly preferred the company of his huntsmen to Anne Boleyn's, much to her dismay.

In 2367, Data related this to Jenna D'Sora when discussing the subject of lovers not taking the time to spend time with those they loved. (TNG: "In Theory")

These huntsmen were only mentioned in dialogue.

Felisa Howard's grandmother Edit

This grandmother was mentioned in the journal of her granddaughter Felisa Howard. According to her diary, her grandmother was buried at a desolate grave site. It was at this site that Felisa first met Ronin. (TNG: "Sub Rosa")

This character was only mentioned in writing.

Inheritor Edit

First inheritor


A vision of this inheritor, an ancient Human who received certain gifts from visiting Sky Spirits, kept flashing in Chakotay's memory while visiting the Sky Spirits' homeworld in 2372. This was possible because memory of the event was one of the gifts. (VOY: "Tattoo")

Irish kings Edit

According to Spock, Kevin Riley imagined himself to be the descendant of Irish kings, a belief which manifested during Riley's 2266 bout of polywater intoxication. (TOS: "The Naked Time")

These kings were only mentioned in dialogue.
The individuals intended could be any of the kings listed here, including Brian Boru and/or the King of Leinster.

Lavelle's grandfather Edit

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.

Minicoy ambassador Edit

This ambassador was known for his meaningless speeches. In 2370, Benjamin Sisko mentioned him to Jaro Essa. According to Sisko, the ambassador "used to bluster, exaggerate, and dissemble to get what he wanted. Not at all like you or me. He was a bag of hot air and everyone recognized him for what he was." (DS9: "The Circle")

This ambassador was only mentioned in dialogue.

Mitchell's maternal ancestors Edit

Mitchell profile esp

The relevant record

According to Gary Mitchell's medical records, one female maternal ancestor of his had an interest in spiritual readings. Several other male and female maternal ancestors, for at least six generations, were said to have dabbled in metaphysics. The record noted these facts in connection with Mitchell's esper status. (TOS: "Where No Man Has Gone Before")

This character was only mentioned in writing.

McCoy's great-great-granddaddy Edit

This great-great-granddaddy was one of Leonard McCoy's progenitors who lived in the American South and was rumored to have the finest garden in the area. He also had a recipe for weed spray that McCoy used against the swoopers on the planet Phylos in 2269. (TAS: "The Infinite Vulcan")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Murdered prostitutes Edit

Several prostitutes were murdered during Isaac Newton's lifetime.

According to Q, had fellow Q Quinn not caused the apple to fall on Newton's head, he would have died in a Liverpool debtor's prison and have been a suspect in the murders of these people. Q named this, among other occurrences, as examples of how Quinn affected Earth history in a monumental way, and therefore should continue to live, not commit suicide as he wished to in 2372. (VOY: "Death Wish")

This prostitutes was only mentioned in dialogue.

Paris' ancestors Edit

Tom Paris' ancestors included farmers, some planetary colonists, and a pilot who flew the first orbital glider over the Lower Martian plateau. Upon hearing this, Neelix surmised that the pilot may have known Shannon O'Donnel, as she was involved in the early Mars projects. (VOY: "11:59")

These ancestors were only mentioned in dialogue.

Picard family album photographs Edit

The Picard family album contained a number of photographs of people, supposedly connected to the Picard family. (Star Trek Generations)

Riker's great-grandfather Edit

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 grandmother(s) Edit

According to Montgomery Scott, he likened the experimental transwarp drive that the USS Excelsior was equipped with to the equivalent of his grandmother being "a wagon if she had wheels." (Star Trek III: The Search for Spock)

The alternate reality version of Scotty mentioned her to Jaylah, stating, "My grand nanny used to say that you can not break sticks in a bundle" (Star Trek Beyond)

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Sisko's great-great-grandfather Edit

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.

Troi's ancestors Edit

A box of belongings owned by this ancestor of Ian Andrew Troi was sent to Deanna Troi in 2368 by her mother.

Among the contents were photographs displaying several of Deanna's ancestors; most of their names were not written on the images, though some were. Deanna wondered which, if any, were related to her. When she showed the photos to William T. Riker, he pointed to one individual, saying they looked like her. (TNG: "The Outcast")

These people were only mentioned in dialogue.

"White conquerors"Edit

These men raped women from Chakotay's tribe, producing children, including Ce Acatl. (VOY: "Basics, Part I")

These men were only mentioned in dialogue.

Women pilots Edit

According to Kathryn Janeway, Amelia Earhart inspired generations of women to become pilots. (VOY: "The 37's")

These women were only mentioned in dialogue.