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(covers information from several alternate timelines)
Amanda Rogers' parentsEdit
Amanda Rogers' parents were Q who had taken Human form and then conceived a child. They were executed when Amanda was still a baby for being unable to resist using the power of the Q by the Q Continuum while living on Earth in Topeka, Kansas. After their death, Amanda was adopted by a couple who served in Starfleet as marine biologists. (TNG: "True Q")
This arbitrator was a Federation official who presided over a legal dispute between holonovel publisher Ardon Broht and The Doctor in 2378 after Broht published The Doctor's holonovel Photons Be Free despite having agreed to hold off until The Doctor completed a revision. Broht argued that, as a hologram, The Doctor had no legal right to contest his actions. Though the arbitrator was unwilling to make any sort of legal ruling as to the rights of holograms, he did rule that Broht had breached the contract and ordered him to withdraw the holonovel from circulation. (VOY: "Author, Author")
Jeremy Aster's aunt and uncle, whom he went to live with after the death of his mother, Marla Aster. It was not made clear if this was Marla's brother and wife or sister and husband. (TNG: "The Bonding")
Baby in Data's memory Edit
This woman was the mother of Lieutenant Gregory Bergan. She was supposed to meet her son at Wolf 359, but was hindered by the Borg attack. Her ship was so badly damaged that everyone had to leave in escape pods. At one point, she hadn't heard from him in three days.
In 2375, Seven of Nine manifested her personality and relayed this information to Captain Kathryn Janeway, asking her if she could check with Starfleet Headquarters for news on her son. Janeway agreed in order to not antagonize Seven further. The grateful woman thanked Janeway, asking her to tell Bergan that his mother was alright. She was about to make another request for him to do something, but was interrupted by Seven's real personality re-asserting itself. (VOY: "Infinite Regress")
Bilby children Edit
Bobruisk transporter operator Edit
This female individual operated the transporter at the Earth Station Bobruisk in 2367 and contacted Chief Miles O'Brien that year, informing him that Helena and Sergey Rozhenko were ready to be beamed aboard the USS Enterprise-D. (TNG: "Family")
Carey's family Edit
This woman was the wife of Joseph Carey, with whom he had two sons. (VOY: "Prime Factors") In 2378, he told Tom Paris that while pregnant (like B'Elanna Torres was at the time) she didn't wish to be coddled either. (VOY: "Friendship One")
Chakotay's family Edit
Chakotay's grandfather Edit
Chakotay's grandfather was an elderly man who refused to take his medicine and Chakotay looked after him when he was young. Chakotay called him an "old crazy man" and learned from the Doctor that he suffered from hallucinations caused by an inherited defective gene. An illusion of his grandfather appeared to Chakotay while experiencing a "vision quest" in 2375. (VOY: "The Fight")
Chez Sandrine accordion player Edit
Chez Sandrine bartender Edit
Chez Sandrine patrons Edit
This contact juggler visited Deep Space 9 in 2371 to entertain the people during the Bajoran Gratitude Festival, held on the station for the third time. He was seen juggling with two golden balls and doing a body roll across his chest with a full weight bowling ball in another scene. (DS9: "Fascination")
Cusak's sisters Edit
These women were both teachers and the sisters of Lisa Cusak. When speaking to Julian Bashir in 2371 (her) and 2374 (him), she mentioned this and said she didn't know how they could stand it, as she herself didn't care for children.
Once, one of her sisters served on the same starbase as her, a situation Cusak described as a nightmare. She related this to Benjamin Sisko, assuring him that most people couldn't mix their personal and professional lives. (DS9: "The Sound of Her Voice")
This Human male was the administrator of an unnamed medical complex located in Paris. He once offered Julian Bashir a position there, but Bashir declined rather than leave Starfleet. (DS9: "Armageddon Game")
These two Essentials were followers of Pascal Fullerton chairman of the New Essentialists movement, an organization dedicated to "restoring the moral traditions" of the Federation. They accompanied him to Risa for a rally. (DS9: "Let He Who Is Without Sin...")
Federation Archaeology Council members Edit
These seven Humans were members of the Federation Archaeology Council in 2367. They attended a symposium aboard the Enterprise-D, Captain Picard's lecture and the banquet in Ten Forward. (TNG: "Qpid")
Frazier's grandfather Edit
Gilmore's nephew Edit
This boy was the nephew of Marla Gilmore. AS of 2375, he was a teenager. She hadn't seen him since he was Naomi Wildman's current age and doubted she'd recognize him now. Chakotay assured her she'd see him again. (VOY: "Equinox")
Inhabitants of San FranciscoEdit
Janeway's family Edit
Janeway's grandfather Edit
Janeway's grandmother Edit
Janeway's mother Edit
Kathryn Janeway's mother outlived her husband, who died sometime prior to 2358. An alien posing as his ghost said that he had gone back after his death to see her and his daughters. (VOY: "Coda") She was still alive in 2378. (VOY: "Author, Author")
Janeway's sister Edit
Kathryn Janeway's sister, and daughter to vice admiral Janeway, helped Kathryn "deal with the real world" after the death of their father. She was who Kathryn would turn to when she would wake up and feel that their father was in the room with her. (VOY: "Coda") She was the artist in the family, while Kathryn was the scientist. (VOY: "Sacred Ground")
In 2372, during a blackout on Earth, Federation President Jaresh-Inyo consulted with these five Human advisors, when he was interrupted by Captain Benjamin Sisko, Odo, and Admiral Leyton who beamed into his office. (DS9: "Homefront")
Keiko's grandmother Edit
This woman was the grandmother of Keiko O'Brien, former Keiko Ishikawa. She was either the mother of Keiko's father Hiro Ishikawa or the mother of Keiko's mother. As a child, Keiko helped her grandmother, whom she called obachan bringing and placing fresh water for her ink brush on a table. Her grandmother painted pictures of Japanese brush writing and calligraphy.
La Forge double Edit
When Starfleet Lieutenant Commander Geordi La Forge in 2367 was abducted by Romulan Commander Taibak who brainwashed him to destroy the Federation-Klingon Alliance, this double traveled to Risa aboard the USS Enterprise-D shuttlecraft Onizuka and impersonated La Forge on the planet to ensure he was not missed. (TNG: "The Mind's Eye")
Maquis guards (2370)Edit
These three Human Maquis members served as guards for Gul Dukat in 2370, in the Maquis cell of Calvin Hudson. They defended themselves when the away team under Commander Benjamin Sisko tried to rescue Dukat. They were shot by the away team. (DS9: "The Maquis, Part II")
Maquis members (2370)Edit
These nine Humans were members of the Maquis in 2370.
The first participated in kidnapping Gul Dukat from Deep Space 9 alongside Sakonna, Niles, and Amaros. He was punched to the ground by Dukat but recovered and helped carrying the unconscious Dukat onto the freighter. (DS9: "The Maquis, Part I")
Two Maquis members assisted Calvin Hudson in taking Benjamin Sisko, Kira Nerys, and Julian Bashir hostages when they've followed a warp signature onto an M-class asteroid near the Badlands. (DS9: "The Maquis, Part I")
Maquis members (2371) Edit
These three Humans were members of the Maquis in the 2370s.
In 2371 they were beamed aboard the USS Defiant which was hijacked by Thomas Riker, Kalita, and Tamal. Aboard the Defiant they were working on the bridge while the ship was piloted into Cardassian space. After a firefight with Cardassian Galor-class and Keldon-class warships, they returned to Federation territory where they faced a trial. (DS9: "Defiant")
Maquis survivors (2373)Edit
Maquis survivors were rescued from the badlands after the Jem'Hadar had killed their comrades. Michael Eddington used the ruse of a missile launch against Cardassia from the survivor's planet to get him out of jail and to tricked Benjamin Sisko into bringing him to the destination the survivors were at.
These brothers were the brothers of Maryl. Nine of them were older than her and three were younger. One of them studied "too much", in Maryl's opinion. They often played Kadis-kot together. In 2375, Seven of Nine told Naomi Wildman about them while manifesting Maryl's personality under the influence of the vinculum. (VOY: "Infinite Regress")
Medical Big ShotEdit
Nova Squadron parents Edit
Four parents of members of the Nova Squadron attended the hearings held by superintendent Admiral Brand. Two of them previously attended a briefing that followed the accidental death of cadet Joshua Albert in 2368. (TNG: "The First Duty")
Orellius system colonists Edit
These unnamed Colonists were part of a group of colonists who were destined for Gemulon V over ten years ago. When their ship developed life support problems, they landed on a planet in the Orellius system. All of their electronic devices stopped working because of a duonetic field. They had to build a society without technology.
Prisoners on Avery III Edit
Qualor II bar patron Edit
This Human visited the bar on Qualor II in 2368 when Commander Riker was searching for the Ferengi Omag. He had spiked hair and was standing at the bar when Riker entered. Later he was talking to another bar patron. (TNG: "Unification II")
Romulan conference guests Edit
This Federation scientist led an engineering team that discovered ancient artifacts in a cave in San Francisco. He showed Captain Picard and Data artifacts that he had dated as late 19th century. These included a Colt pistol, a watch, and bifocals. He believed that he found evidence of an alien presence on Earth in 19th century San Francisco. The cave contained triolic waves that only the shapeshifting Devidians were known to use. He also showed them the last artifact, which was Data's head. (TNG: "Time's Arrow")
Sisko's brothers Edit
Benjamin Sisko's brothers were the sons of Joseph Sisko, the brothers of Judith Sisko and the half-brothers of Benjamin Sisko. When they were younger, the Sisko brothers cultivated the vegetables for use in the family restaurant. (DS9: "Paradise")
Sisko's stepmother Edit
Sisko's Creole Kitchen customers Edit
These customers ate at Joseph Sisko's Creole Kitchen.
These Human civilians witnessed the homecoming of the USS Voyager in 2394 in an alternate timeline from a point near the San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge. Admiral Kathryn Janeway watched the television story ten years later in her apartment. (VOY: "Endgame")
37's descendant Edit
This Human descendant took part in a skirmish with an away team from the USS Voyager on a planet in the Delta Quadrant in 2371 along with John Evansville and Karyn Berlin. He believed that they were Briori, aliens who had abducted his ancestors in the year 1937. He was shot by Kathryn Janeway from behind. (VOY: "The 37's")
Three Human males and Two Human femalesEdit
These Three Human males and Two Human females were in the lesson of The Doctor for Seven of Nine in his course Love Amid the Stars: A Romantic Bestiary. The Doctor called this a formal introduction. (VOY: "Someone to Watch Over Me")
Tourists on Risa (2366) Edit
These Human tourists visited Risa in 2366 while Captain Jean-Luc Picard was also on the planet for shore leave. They were entertained and cared for by Risian employees at the tourist resort. (TNG: "Captain's Holiday")
Trade Agreements Conference attendees Edit
Vineyard workers Edit
These vineyard workers were employed by Robert Picard at his vineyards in La Barre, France on Earth in 2367 when his brother Jean-Luc Picard visited the Picard family home following his regeneration from the Borg assimilation. (TNG: "Family")
Wedding guests Edit
See also Edit
- Sisko's Creole Kitchen personnel
- The "37's"
- Volan III inhabitants
- Unnamed mirror universe inhabitants
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