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List of Fair Haven inhabitants, holograms in the holodeck program Paris 042.

NamedEdit

UnnamedEdit

"Katie O'Clare"'s aunt and uncle Edit

While pretending to be "Katie O'Clare", Kathryn Janeway claimed to have an aunt and uncle living in County Clare, not far from Fair Haven. Her aunt, who had an Irish temper, had a saying, " A stranger is a friend you just haven't met yet." (VOY: "Fair Haven")

These characters were only mentioned in dialogue.


Michael's cousin Edit

This male travelled to America once and reportedly saw "strange things". Sullivan mentioned him in 2376, adding that USS Voyager was nothing like what his cousin had seen. (VOY: "Spirit Folk")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.


Michael's friendsEdit

These friends of Michael O'Sullivan had never heard of "Katie O'Clare" when he inquired about her from them in 2376. When "Katie" explained that it was a big county, he countered by saying he had a lot of friends. (VOY: "Spirit Folk")

These characters were only mentioned in dialogue.


Maggie's sister Edit

This woman was the sister of Maggie O'Halloran. According to Tom Paris, she had wooden teeth. Harry Kim suggested that they could change that detail with an adjustment to the holomatrix, but Paris declined. (VOY: "Fair Haven")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.


Seamus's wife Edit

Seamus met his wife while heading to the fair in either Doolin or Kilkee. He believed the Lord had blessed him with her. They had a fight and she threw him out with only the clothing on his back. He therefore tried to beg a shilling off of Paris.

Later, Seamus asked Paris if he could spare a shilling or two so Seamus could buy his wife a parasol, following the resolution of their argument. (VOY: "Fair Haven")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.


Sullivan's pub patrons Edit

These patrons visited Sullivan's Public House and were present when Harry Kim took on Liam in an arm wrestling match. (VOY: "Fair Haven", "Spirit Folk")

These patrons (aka "Pub Atmos.") were portrayed by uncredited background performers Jaimie Linn, Michele Stevens, Vanessa Olen, Andrea Speyer, Karen Obryant, John Bellah, Barry Brandt, Rob Maron, Nathan Coleman, Erick Hunter, Tommy Schooler, Les Vance, Suzy Sincock, Brent Sincock.
Their scenes were filmed on 30 September 1999.

Tommy boy's grandfather Edit

When Tom Paris, known to the locals as "Tommy boy", rambled through erratically into Fair Haven on a horseless carriage, and he crashed into some barrels, Seamus observed that "The world must be treating you well to afford such a thing." Tommy explained that he was "just dipping into [his] inheritance," which came to him through his "grandfather on my mother's side," whom he described as an aristocrat. Seamus told him that he "sounded like he was a fine man," and that he'd "drink a toast to him, if I had a shilling to [his] name." (VOY: "Spirit Folk")

This grandfather was only mentioned in dialogue.

Villagers Edit

These villagers were part of Tom Paris' Fair Haven program. (VOY: "Fair Haven", "Spirit Folk")