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Unnamed members of unknown species by centuryEdit

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296+ violinists Edit

These violinists were among the three hundred (the others being Tataglia, Heifetz, Menuhin, and Grak-tay) whose musical styles Data was programmed to be able to imitate by 2366. (TNG: "Sarek")

These violinists are only mentioned in dialogue.

"Kesla" victimsEdit

These women were killed by Redjac, then operating under the alias of "Kesla". (TOS: "Wolf in the Fold")

These women are only mentioned in dialogue.

Tyken's crew Edit

The crew under the command of Bela Tyken did not suffer from behavioral changes or sleep disturbances while trapped in what would later be referred to as a Tyken's Rift. (TNG: "Night Terrors")

These crew are only mentioned in dialogue.

Violent thoughts individuals Edit

These individuals were part of Lieutenant Commander Tuvok's violent thoughts he shared with the Mari Guill in 2374 on the Mari homeworld. (VOY: "Random Thoughts")

The last three images are re-used footage from the 1997 Paramount Pictures produced and Paul W.S. Anderson directed science fiction/horror film Event Horizon which were re-used to appear as violent thoughts of Tuvok. The screaming individual appeared in the beginning of the film as a vision to Sam Neill's character and was played by British stuntman Steen Young. [1] The burning individual was identified as "Edward Corrick" in the film and was credited as "Burning Man", played by actor Noah Huntley, who appeared twice in the film. The humiliated individual appeared in the first 30 minutes of the film, as the corpse drifting on the Event Horizon's bridge and discovered by Kathleen Quinlan's character.

21st centuryEdit

"Let me help" novelist Edit

This novelist lived on an planet circling the far left star in Orion's Belt around 2030. A classic work of literature written by him recommended the words "Let me help" over "I love you.". James T. Kirk mentioned this to Edith Keeler in 1930. (TOS: "The City on the Edge of Forever")

He was only mentioned in dialog.
The final shooting script named him "Patrick Koluuunahmeheheh Tajnaahme", though this name was never used onscreen.
The short story Ni Var called him Bonner.


22nd centuryEdit

Kimball's spouse Edit

Ensign Kimball was married to this individual by 2151. That year, Trip Tucker suggested T'Pol seek relationship advice from either Hoshi Sato or Kimball, as the latter was married. (ENT: "Breaking the Ice")

Portrait artist Edit

This artist resided in Oakland. In 2151, he or she was awaiting a photograph of Jonathan Archer from which to paint a portrait. (ENT: "Rogue Planet")

This artist is only mentioned in dialogue.


Redjac victimsEdit

These women were killed with a knife by the entity known as Redjac. They included eight women in the Martian colonies in 2105, and ten in Heliopolis on Alpha Eridani II in 2156. (TOS: "Wolf in the Fold")

These women are only mentioned in dialogue.


Sato's pen pal Edit

This child was the pen pal of a 12 year old Hoshi Sato. Hailing from Brisbane, Australia, her letters were thoroughly enjoyed by Sato. The communications officer related this to Doctor Phlox in 2151 when he mentioned that he was writing a letter to Dr. Jeremy Lucas. (ENT: "Dear Doctor")

This child is only mentioned in dialogue.


Tucker's buddiesEdit

These friends of Trip Tucker stood in the corner with him at the Bayshore Elementary school dance when he was unable to get up the nerve to ask Melissa Lyles to dance with him. (ENT: "Fusion")

These buddies are only mentioned in dialogue.

23rd centuryEdit

Altair VI president Edit

This president's inauguration ceremony was expected to be attended by the Enterprise and two other ships seven solar days early in 2267. (TOS: "Amok Time")

This president is only mentioned in dialogue.


Dimorus "rodent things" Edit

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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")

These creatures may not even be humanoid.


Galliulin's friendsEdit

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 are only mentioned in dialogue.


Ketteract's team Edit

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")

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More Redjac victimsEdit

These women were also killed by Redjac in the 23rd century. They included several women on the planets Rigel IV (as "Beratis"). (TOS: "Wolf in the Fold")

These women are only mentioned in dialogue.

Travers' personal chef Edit

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 is only mentioned in dialogue.

Wrigley's pleasure planet girlEdit

M-113 creature as Nancy to Darnell

The M-113 creature appearing as a girl from Wrigley's pleasure planet

This girl was once encountered by Crewman Darnell on Wrigley's pleasure planet. In 2266, an M-113 creature appeared to him in the form of this girl at the same time that it resembled Nancy Crater to Leonard McCoy, as he remembered having last seen her, and an older version of Crater to James T. Kirk. McCoy found Darnell's comment crass and said so.(TOS: "The Man Trap")

This girl is only mentioned in dialogue.


Alternate reality Edit

Jaylah's family Edit

Jaylah and her family crash landed on the planet Altamid and were captured by Krall. Her family died, including her father (β), who fought Manas after he caught them attempting to leave. Later, she was taunted, told she would die as her father had. (Star Trek Beyond)

24th centuryEdit

Arjin's sister's spouse Edit

Sometime before 2370, Arjin's sister ran off and married this individual, forgoing being joined to a Trill symbiont. (DS9: "Playing God")

This spouse is only mentioned in dialogue.

Beating victim Edit

Prior to 2374, when still a child, Talli once heard of someone getting beaten, a story which gave her nightmares for weeks afterward. She related the story to Neelix after witnessing another attack. (VOY: "Random Thoughts")

This victim is only mentioned in dialogue.

Dean Torres' teacherEdit

According to Dean Torres in 2355, his teacher told him that Klingons like to eat live food. He told his cousin B'Elanna Torres this after she found the worm he had hidden in her sandwich. (VOY: "Lineage")

This teacher is only mentioned in dialogue.

Federation News Service editor Edit

In 2374, Jake Sisko promised the editor of the Federation News Service an exclusive interview with Grand Nagus Zek. (DS9: "Valiant")

This editor is only mentioned in dialogue.

Jarada greeting mispronunciation captain Edit

In 2344, this captain mispronounced their greeting to the Jarada, causing offense and resulting in dire consequences. In 2364, their blunder was discussed when the USS Enterprise-D was due to initiate contact with the Jarada. Deanna Troi felt that Jean-Luc Picard did not need to be reminded of what occurred when this captain offended the Jarada, despite Data's suggestion that they re-run the tape; Picard concurred. (TNG: "The Big Goodbye")

This captain is only mentioned in dialogue.

Johnson's wifeEdit

This woman was Mark Johnson's co-worker. In 2374, Johnson married her after accepting the loss of his fiancée Kathryn Janeway. Janeway received a letter from Johnson four months later telling her the news. (VOY: "Hunters")

This woman is only mentioned in dialogue.


Kathryn Pulaski's three ex-husbandsEdit

These men were all at one time married to Katherine Pulaski prior to 2365. By her account, all three relationships ended amiably. (TNG: "The Icarus Factor")

These men are only mentioned in dialogue.


Joseph Sisko's doctor Edit

Joseph Sisko considered his doctor to be an idiot, as he couldn't tell the difference between Creole food and Cajun food, despite having lived in New Orleans for 20 years. In 2372, Sisko hadn't seen him for 8 months, something which concerned Benjamin Sisko when he found out. According to him, if the elder Sisko didn't have vascular regeneration therapy, he would leave Sisko's Creole Kitchen looking for a new owner. (DS9: "Homefront")

This doctor is only mentioned in dialogue.


Maxwell's familyEdit

Sometime before 2367, the Cardassians killed Benjamin Maxwell's wife and children. Jean-Luc Picard believed Maxwell's actions against the Cardassians that year stemmed from his need to avenge them, something Maxwell denied vociferously. (TNG: "The Wounded")

These people are only mentioned in dialogue.


Melora's Academy friends Edit

These two individuals were friends of Melora Pazlar at Starfleet Academy. Despite being assigned to different ships, they became engaged. Melora estimated that they wouldn't see each other for a year or more, and likely only for a few weeks at a time. (DS9: "Melora")

These people are only mentioned in dialogue.


Picard and Vigo's mutual friend Edit

This friend introduced Miranda Vigo and Jean-Luc Picard to one another while Picard was on shore leave on Earth in 2347. (TNG: "Bloodlines")

This friend is only mentioned in dialogue.


Pressure grenade victims Edit

Prior to 2370, Miles O'Brien had witnessed more than one soldier fall victim to the pressure grenades in supplies left behind by the Cardassians. (DS9: "Armageddon Game")

These soldiers are only mentioned in dialogue.


Prinadora's "richer man"Edit

Prinadora left her husband Rom for this man sometime prior to 2373, abandoning her son Nog. (DS9: "Doctor Bashir, I Presume")

He was only mentioned in dialog.
It was never expressly stated whether this individual was a Ferengi or not, nor was it said whether he was a husband or merely a lover.

Riska's uncle Edit

Riska's uncle ran a bar on Osinar VI. In 2371, attempting to find some common ground between Riska and Nog, Jake Sisko mentioned him, adding that Nog's uncle also ran a bar. (DS9: "Life Support")

This uncle is only mentioned in dialogue.

Scapular node infection victim Edit

Initially believed to be dead after undergoing a tricorder scan, this woman was found to be alive by Dr. Julian Bashir, when he thought to examine her scapular nodes for parasitic infection. Kira Nerys was impressed by the incident and said as much to Bashir while travelling with him in the USS Rio Grande in 2369. (DS9: "The Passenger")

This woman is only mentioned in dialogue.

Shinzon's doctor Edit

This doctor diagnosed Shinzon with Shalaft's Syndrome prior to 2379. (Star Trek Nemesis)

This doctor is only mentioned in dialogue.

Simon Tarses' brotherEdit

This man was the brother of Simon Tarses. He still lived on Mars Colony as of 2367. That year, as part of the investigation into Simon's cover-up of his Romulan heritage, Norah Satie asked Nellen Tore to contact somebody at the colony and have him interviewed. (TNG: "The Drumhead")

This man is only mentioned in dialogue.
Given that the Romulan blood comes from Tarses' paternal grandfather, it is possible that this brother may or may not be a hybrid as well.
Additionally, although Tarses' father is only mentioned backhandedly by virtue of Simon having a Romulan paternal grandfather, that would also make his father a hybrid.

Stranded miners Edit

These miners were stranded on the planet Harod IV in 2368. As a result of picking them up, the USS Enterprise-D was delayed in rendezvousing with Ambassador Briam. (TNG: "The Perfect Mate")

These miners are only mentioned in dialogue.

Swofford's widow Edit

This woman was widowed in 2374 after the death of her husband, Captain Quentin Swofford. Sometime prior to that, Benjamin Sisko introduced them. (DS9: "Far Beyond the Stars")

This widow is only mentioned in dialogue.

Tatalia and Jadzia's mutual friend Edit

This friend of Maria Tatalia was also friends with Jadzia Dax. In 2374, Dax mentioned them to Julian Bashir when explaining how she knew Tatalia. (DS9: "In the Pale Moonlight")

This friend is only mentioned in dialogue.

Tile painterEdit

Described as a "charming old man" by Yanas Tigan, he hand-painted the Andorian tiles she imported for her solarium. (DS9: "Prodigal Daughter")

This man is only mentioned in dialogue.
An ultimately unheard portion of dialog would have revealed that she met him in the Hovarian Cluster.

Uhnari's former commanding officer Edit

This commanding officer oversaw personnel on Deriben V, including Aquiel Uhnari. In 2369, he described her to William T. Riker as " argumentative, quick to take offence". He transferred her to Relay Station 47 to get her out of their way. This lent credibility to the possibility of Uhnari having murdered Keith Rocha, her co-worker at the relay station. (TNG: "Aquiel")

This CO is only mentioned in dialogue.

Yar sisters' guardians Edit

These people looked after an orphaned Natasha Yar and her sister Ishara after their parents died, until they also disappeared inexplicably. (TNG: "Legacy")

These people are only mentioned in dialogue.

31st century Edit

Riot casualties Edit

These two people were killed in riots over the true interpretation of USS Voyager's 24th century encounter with the Kyrians and Vaskans. (VOY: "Living Witness")

These people are only mentioned in dialogue.
They may either both be Kyrian, both Vaskan, or one of each race.

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