Robert Burns Scott[1][2] was a 23rd century Human male. Like generations of Scotts before him, Robert became an engineer and worked on the construction of Federation starships at the Linlithgow Shipyards[3].

With his work at the Linlithgow Shipyards, Robert resided in the town of Linlithgow with his wife Arlyne[4] and three children: Montgomery[1], Clara[5], and Robbie[3].

As the eldest son of an eldest son, Robert was the keeper of the ancient Scott family fighting targe and double-handed broadsword. He later passed these artifacts on to Montgomery[6].

Robert was intolerant of radishes, a trait he passed on to Montgomery, and so was unable to enjoy his sister-in-law Ingrid's Hummer og Grontsagssalat[4].

This section contains information from Star Trek II Biographies, which was contradicted by later sources
Robert married Mary Darnley and together they had three children: James McNeil Scott, Montgomery (born 31 August 2121), and Mary Darnley Scott[1].

In 2145, Robert and his wife attended Montgomery's graduation ceremony from Starfleet Academy, where they met their son's friends and classmates for the first time.

Notes and referencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Pocket TOS: Star Trek II Biographies.
  2. Star Trek II Biographies is the only source to give the name of Scotty's father. All of the other sources used in this article leaves him unnamed. Despite the contradictory information given in Star Trek II Biographies with regards to Scotty's family history, there is no contradictory information for his father's name. Therefore a sourced name is preferable to no name at all.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Star Trek: Ongoing: "Scotty".
  4. 4.0 4.1 Strange New Worlds VI: "Bum Radish: Five Spins on a Turquoise Reindeer".
  5. Pocket TNG: Engines of Destiny.
  6. Pocket TOS: Vulcan's Glory.

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