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Alternate Reality
(split 2233)
Winona Kirk and newborn son, James.jpg

Winona with James T. in 2233

Winona with James T. in 2233
Gender: Female
Species: Human
Affiliation: United Federation of Planets
Status: Alive (2258)
Father: James
Marital Status: Married
Spouse(s): George Kirk (Deceased)
Unnamed male
Children: James T. Kirk
Other Relative(s): Tiberius Kirk (father-in-law)
Played by: Jennifer Morrison
Winona Kirk giving birth.jpg

Winona giving birth to James T. Kirk

Winona giving birth to James T. Kirk
For the prime reality counterpart, please see Winona Kirk.

Winona Kirk was the wife of Starfleet officer George Kirk and the mother of James T. Kirk. She was with her husband aboard the USS Kelvin in 2233 before it was destroyed; they named their son after her father James and his father Tiberius.

In 2233 of an alternate reality, the Kelvin fell under the attack of the Romulan mining vessel from the future called Narada. Winona was in the final stages of pregnancy at the time, and was wheeled to the escape shuttles on order of her husband, who had assumed the duties of command following the death of Captain Richard Robau at the hands of Nero. She went into labor shortly before boarding Medical shuttle 37 and evacuating the ship. George Kirk spent his final moments on the comm with his wife, deciding on the name "James Tiberius" before the Kelvin collided with the Narada.

Winona returned to Earth, ultimately remarried, and settled her family in Iowa. She was off-planet in 2245 when James stole and crashed his step-father's 1965 Corvette. (Star Trek)

When James sacrificed himself to save his crew on the USS Enterprise in 2259, he heard the voices of his parents as he lay between life and death. (Star Trek Into Darkness)

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Background information Edit

In the 2009 film Star Trek, Winona Kirk was portrayed by Jennifer Morrison. She received credit in the 2013 sequel for use of her voice in the audio flashback to the first film.

She may have a brother, since James T. Kirk said he was staying at his uncle's farm in Star Trek Generations. It was never made clear which of his parents had a sibling though, or if he was just using the term for a long time family friend. In Star Trek, an uncle Frank was cut from the script and reworked into Winona's new husband heard in the film.

The name "Winona" originated in Vonda N. McIntyre's TOS novel Enterprise: The First Adventure, and became canon with its inclusion in the 2009 film.

Star Trek writers Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci revealed Winona was a Starfleet officer, hence her presence aboard the Kelvin. [1]

On the Star Trek audio commentary, producer Damon Lindelof stated that, in an early form of the script, she died in childbirth - in an emergency, the transporter could be used to remove a baby from the womb, but at the cost of the mother's life. According to J.J. Abrams, earlier scripts also included her in the angry telephone call during young Kirk's joyride, but this was dropped since, given her portrayal in his birth scene, it would feel "counter-intuitive" to cast her in this negative light.

Only in the credits is it mentioned Winona remarried. A deleted scene had her sons being cared for by their uncle Frank, played by Brad William Henke, who was abusive in her absence. The script explained that at the time of the corvette incident, she was in Africa, and expected to stay there for another five months.

Apocrypha Edit

Information from several of the novels and short-stories states she was born in 2210 and was of Sioux descent.

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