And Quinn also saved the life of Colonel Thaddeus “Iron Boots” Riker in the Civil War, and had he not done so, Riker, his descendant, would not have existed. Riker, William (Jonathon Frakes) - Male Commander in Starfleet; Q brings Riker to Voyager as proof that Quinn has touched and affected many lives; Riker's ancestor, Colonel Thaddeus Riker was wounded at Pine Mountain during the Civil War and Quinn carried him to safety; without Quinn, Riker never would have been born and the Borg would have assimilated the Federation. Dead Guy Junior: Riker and Troi name their son Thaddeus after Riker's Civil War ancestor Colonel Thaddius Riker (the same one whose life was saved by a Q), and their daughter Kestra after Troi's older sister, who drowned as a child.

As revealed in the Voyager episode "Death Wish," Thaddeus Riker was a soldier in the Union Army during the American Civil War whose life was saved by a Q named Quinn. I thought you might like to see a memorial for Thaddeus Weed Riker I found on Findagrave.com. The episode originally aired on February 19, 1996. "That is Colonel Thadeius Riker after he was wounded at Pine Mountain. "That is Colonel Thadeius Riker after he was wounded at Pine Mountain. *** Riker and Troi name their son Thaddeus, after Riker's Civil War ancestor Colonel Thaddius Riker (the same one whose life was saved by a Q), and their daughter Kestra, after Troi's older sister, who drowned as a child.child. Riker, Thaddeus - Colonel Thaddeus Riker was an ancestor of Commander William Riker; his nickname was "Old Iron Boots"; he was in command of the 102nd New York during Sherman's march on Atlanta ; Q shows a picture taken of him in 1864; he was wounded at Pine Mountain during the Civil War and Quinn carried him to safety.

I tried to place each cache were parking is available. They used to call him 'Old Iron Boots.'"

"Death Wish" is the 18th episode of the second season of the American science fiction television series Star Trek: Voyager, the 34th episode overall. Star Trek: TNG - Commander William Riker (GC4HHH3) was created by Blondvoodoo on 7/30/2013.

(Deathwish) Died in Your Arms Tonight: Hugh passes away in Elnor's arms, whom he's in love with, according to Jonathan Del Arco.

-Both of the Troi-Riker children were actually named for members of their parents' families. As revealed in the Voyager episode "Death Wish," Thaddeus Riker was a soldier in the Union Army during the American Civil War whose life was saved by a Q named Quinn. Dead Guy Junior: Riker and Troi name their son Thaddeus after Riker's Civil War ancestor Colonel Thaddius Riker (the same one whose life was saved by a Q), and their daughter Kestra after Troi's older sister, who drowned as a child. *** The synth cat Spot II is named after Spot, Data's orange tabby. According to the Voyager episode "Death Wish" (in which Riker made a guest appearance), Riker's distant ancestors also lived in the United States: during the American Civil War, his ancestor Colonel Thaddeus Riker fought on the Union side, as an officer in the 102nd New York Infantry Regiment during the Atlanta Campaign. Another witness was Commander Will Riker, who apparently only existed thanks to Quinn saving his ancestor Colonel Thaddeus Riker during the US Civil War.

The episode features a new member of the Q Continuum named Quinn, and appearances by Star Trek: The Next Generation alumni William Riker (Jonathan Frakes) and Q (John de Lancie). "That is Colonel Thadeius Riker after he was wounded at Pine Mountain. While Janeway is deliberating, Q attempts to bribe her by offering to send Voyager home, but she ignores the obvious temptation and rules in favour of Quinn. (Deathwish) It's located in California, United States.NOTE: This can be a very busy area.

According to the Voyager episode "Death Wish" (which Riker made a guest appearance in), Riker's distant ancestors also lived in the United States: during the American Civil War, his ancestor Colonel Thaddeus Riker fought on the Union side, as an officer in the 102nd New York Infantry Regiment during the Atlanta Campaign.