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List of unnamed individuals who lived during the 24th century.

Albino's discarded wives Edit

As of 2363, The Albino had discarded several wives, one of whom lived on Dayos IV. Kang cared for her and told her of his, Kor, and Koloth's firstborn sons deaths at the Albino's hands, in an effort to get her to give up information on him. Fearing her former husband, she said nothing. In 2370, she died; a week afterwards, an amulet containing the location of the Albino's sanctuary was delivered to Kang by messenger. (DS9: "Blood Oath")

These wives were only mentioned in dialogue.

Amaro's wife Edit

Following Garak's drug-induced killing of Amaro on Empok Nor, he asked Miles O'Brien to express his regrets to Amaro's wife, saying he didn't feel she'd welcome his apology. O'Brien agreed. (DS9: "Empok Nor")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

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 was only mentioned in dialogue.

Bashir's first grade classmatesEdit

Six year old Julian Bashir's classmates performed far better than him in their first grade schoolwork, something he was aware of, despite his difficulties. (DS9: "Doctor Bashir, I Presume")

These students were only mentioned in dialogue.

Bashir's first tennis opponentEdit

This opponent competed against Bashir in his first major tennis competition, serving first, a move which the computer recognized as good. This lead to Bashir realizing he was better at medicine than tennis. In 2370, Bashir told this story to Melora Pazlar while they were getting to know eachother. (DS9: "Melora")

This character was 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 was only mentioned in dialogue.

Curzon's friends Edit

Jadzia Dax submitted Doctor Julian Bashir's name for the Carrington Award in 2371, via an old friend of Curzon Dax. (DS9: "Prophet Motive")

Another old friend used to be in the Federation Diplomatic Corps. Jadzia found out from her that representatives from Federation planets along the Federation-Klingon border were calling for a preemptive strike. (DS9: "Broken Link")

These friends were only mentioned in dialogue.

Dalby's lover Edit

After meeting Kenneth Dalby on the Bajoran frontier, this woman taught him about love and soothed his anger temporarily. Three Cardassians raped and murdered her, making him angry enough to join the Maquis so he could kill as many Cardassians as he could. (VOY: "Learning Curve")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.
The episode does not state her species. However, the game Star Trek: Starship Creator refers to her as Paola Calderon (β), a Bajoran who was married to Dalby.

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 was only mentioned in dialogue.

Federation magistrateEdit

The Federation magistrate was informed of a feral Molly O'Brien's assault on a Tarkalean by Benjamin Sisko, who explained the circumstances surrounding the attack. She recommended Molly be taken to a special care center on Dalvos Prime for evaluation. (DS9: "Time's Orphan")

This magistrate was only mentioned in dialogue.

Federation News Service editor Edit

Furel's doctor Edit

Furel saw a Federation doctor in 2371, regarding a possible replacement for his missing arm. She said he could have one in less than a week that would feel like his own. (DS9: "Shakaar")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Grax's girlfriend Edit

Along with her boyfriend, Reittan Grax, this woman was invited by Ian Andrew Troi to go on a 2328 picnic with him and Lwaxana Troi. Lwaxana found her laugh annoying and was going to give Ian an earful about his decision. She related this incident in her diary that year. (TNG: "Dark Page")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Hawkins' staff Edit

The staff of Ambassador Hawkins and the ambassador himself were taken hostage by Karnas in 2364. According to Karnas, they, along with the ambassador, would be killed by their "terrorist captors" if Jameson did not arrive on Mordan IV in six Earth days. (TNG: "Too Short a Season")

This staff was only mentioned in dialogue.

Invaders of Barash's homeworld Edit

These enemies of Barash's species invaded their homeworld and killed everyone but Barash and his mother sometime in or prior to 2367. Barash's mother then hid Barash on Alpha Onias III so that their enemies wouldn't find him. Aware that they would never stop searching for her, she made sure he was protected and either gave herself up to them or was found by them. (TNG: "Future Imperfect")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Jaffen's bully Edit

In 2377, Jaffen related a story in which a male insulted the Norvalen's father, unaware that Norvalens (and therefore Jaffen) didn't have fathers. Upon hearing this, Tuvok laughed, finding it ironic that the the bully, in attempting to insult Jaffen's father, had humiliated himself instead by revealing his own ignorance. Upon hearing Tuvok's reasons for finding the story funny, Jaffen didn't see the humor in his own story anymore. (VOY: "Workforce")

This character was 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 was only mentioned in dialogue.

Johnson's wife Edit

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 was only mentioned in dialogue.
The novel Homecoming gives her the name Carla.


Katherine Pulaski's three ex-husbands Edit

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 were only mentioned in dialogue.
According to the novel Vectors, one of them was a Bajoran doctor named Kellec Ton (β).


Kinell's slayer Edit

Kar with slayer's bracelet

Kar with the bracelet

This man killed Jal Kinell in battle prior to 2372. Only his bracelet was left behind. (VOY: "Initiations")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue. He is not expressly identified as a Kazon.


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, the elder Sisko hadn't seen him for 8 months, something which concerned Benjamin Sisko when he found out. According to the physician, if Joseph didn't have vascular regeneration therapy, he would leave Sisko's Creole Kitchen looking for a new owner. (DS9: "Homefront")

This doctor was only mentioned in dialogue.


MacIntyre's daughter Edit

In an alternate timeline where Harry Kim and Chakotay were USS Voyager's only surviving crew that made it back to the Alpha Quadrant, was asked by Admiral MacIntyre to marry his daughter. (VOY: "Timeless")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.


Mary Kim's eighth graders Edit

As of 2378, Voyager was very popular among Harry's mother Mary Kim's eighth graders, who frequently spoke of the ship. She hoped he could record a short presentation about his experiences commanding a starship for them, which Harry had over-exaggerated in his letters. (VOY: "Author, Author")

These students were 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 were only mentioned in dialogue.
In the Emissary novelization, his wife's name is given as Maria Huxley.


Milika III ambassadorEdit

Jean-Luc Picard led an away team to Milika III to rescue an ambassador there. According to Q, this incident was a notable moment in Picard's career. In an alternate timeline in which Picard took fewer risks, he didn't lead the away team on this mission. (TNG: "Tapestry")

This ambassador was only mentioned in dialogue.
This may have taken place on the USS Stargazer prior to Picard's taking command, or another starship entirely.

New Atlantis project supervisorsEdit

Along with Louis, these one hundred and ninety-nine individuals supervised the New Atlantis Project in 2367. (TNG: "Family")

These individuals were only mentioned in dialogue.


Odo's gossip chainEdit

One of Odo's friends had a male friend who had a male cousin that was married to the female assistant of a member of the Federation Medical Council. According to this member, Doctor April Wade was not going to win the Carrington Award, a rumor later proven true when Dr. Henri Roget won instead. (DS9: "Prophet Motive")

These people were only mentioned in dialogue.


Phillips' parentsEdit

According to Joseph Sisko, Benjamin Sisko asked Zoey Phillips out on a date before her parents were done beaming in the furniture. (DS9: "Paradise Lost")

These parents were 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 was 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 were 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")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.
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.

Property ownersEdit

Aside from the Noh-Jay Consortium, three other property owners owned a strip of land on which the Bajoran government wished to build a reclamation facility. They all sold their portions of the property. (DS9: "Progress")

This characters was only mentioned in dialogue.
It is possible that these owners might have been businesses, not individuals.

Racquetball playerEdit

This top racquetball player utilized a five thousand-year old battle warm-up exercise that was said to "make(s) the heart a friend to the hand." Julian Bashir saw the warm-up at a tournament and later imitated it during his preparation for a 2370 match with Miles O'Brien. (DS9: "Rivals")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Regent's palace chefsEdit

The palace chefs of the Regent of Palamar gave Quark the recipe the Regent's favorite foods, specifically "Palamarian sea urchin, lightly sauteed in garlic and moon grass. Matopin rock fungi tossed on a bed of tartoc and seasoned with clavisoa berries. And for the main course, stuffed Wentlian condor snake", in exchange for a small gratuity from the Ferengi.(DS9: "Business as Usual")

These chefs were only mentioned in dialogue.

René's teacherEdit

René Picard's teacher complimented him on his ribbon-winning starship report, saying it was one of the best he'd ever heard. (TNG: "Family")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Riska's uncle Edit

Riska's uncle was a man who 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 was only mentioned in dialogue.
Depending on his connection to Riska, as her uncle, he may also be a member of Riska's species.

Rude transport captain Edit

Richard Bashir described the transport captain who ferried him and Amsha Bashir to Deep Space 9 in 2373 as a rude and abrasive man, whose behavior towards passengers he wouldn't have tolerated were he in charge. (DS9: "Doctor Bashir, I Presume")

This character was 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 was only mentioned in dialogue.

Seyetik's wivesEdit

These eight ex-wives all left Gideon Seyetik after a few years. Seyetik commended their good sense. (DS9: "Second Sight") {{Bginfo|These wives were only mentioned in dialogue.

Shinzon's doctor Edit

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

This doctor was only mentioned in dialogue.

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 were 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 had introduced them to each other. (DS9: "Far Beyond the Stars")

This widow was 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 was only mentioned in dialogue.

Tile painter Edit

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

TradersEdit

These traders supplied The Albino. As of 2370, Kang had confirmed the location of the Albino's sanctuary with them. (DS9: "Blood Oath")

These traders were only mentioned in dialogue.
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