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A page dedicated to (a) Those minor and throwaway relatives we never, or rarely, hear from ever again and (b) relatives who are semi-well known by the average non-canon-preferring Trekker, but not by the average canon-only preferring Trekker.

Star Trek: EnterpriseEdit

Jonathan ArcherEdit

NOTE(1) that Jack Archer being Jonathan's relative is more suggestion than fact.

PhloxEdit

Robert April's crewEdit

Bernice HartEdit

Star Trek: Early VoyagesEdit

Christopher PikeEdit

Phillip BoyceEdit

José TylerEdit

Gabrielle CarlottiEdit

Sita MohindasEdit

Star Trek: The Original SeriesEdit

James T. KirkEdit

NOTE(1) that Kirk's sister only exists in the sources above, and is absent from every reference to Kirk's family published before or after.

NOTE(2) Provenance of Shadows reverses the age order of Kirk's nephews previously established in The Last Roundup.

NOTE(3) that Enterprise: The First Adventure establishes both Kirk and Spock as having great-aunts called Matilda.

SpockEdit

NOTE(1) that Killing Time later reverts to calling Spock's father by the name Sarek, contradicting earlier portions of that novel.

NOTE(2) that Sarek calls Matilda Spock's aunt, and not great-aunt.

Leonard McCoyEdit

Montgomery ScottEdit

Pavel ChekovEdit

Hikaru SuluEdit

Nyota UhuraEdit

Janice RandEdit

Gary MitchellEdit

Mark PiperEdit

Shiboline M'RessEdit

John HarrimanEdit

Star Trek: The Next GenerationEdit

Jean-Luc PicardEdit

Edward JellicoEdit

Morgan BatesonEdit

William T. RikerEdit

DataEdit

Geordi La ForgeEdit

WorfEdit

Beverly CrusherEdit

Katherine PulaskiEdit

Ro LarenEdit


Sean HawkEdit

Reginald Barclay IIIEdit

SpotEdit

GuinanEdit

QEdit

NOTE(1) that the end of the novel implies, but does not confirm, that Trelane is Q's son. Q himself openly states he's Trelane godfather, though.

Star Trek: Deep Space NineEdit

Julian BashirEdit

Dax and its hostsEdit

Miles O'BrienEdit

QuarkEdit

Benjamin SiskoEdit

Star Trek: VoyagerEdit

Kathryn JanewayEdit

ChakotayEdit

TuvokEdit

Tom ParisEdit

Janeway and ParisEdit

B'Elanna TorresEdit

Harry KimEdit

NeelixEdit

Veronica StadiEdit

Star Trek: New FrontierEdit

Mackenzie CalhounEdit

SelarEdit

SoletaEdit

Robin LeflerEdit

Mark McHenryEdit

Si CwanEdit

BoyajianEdit

MeyerEdit

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