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Sherlock Holmes

Adoptive Father

Gregory C. Holmes:
Sherlock Holmes' Last Case (Robert D'Artagnan)
246-247, 253-258, 283, 290, 326-328 {"You came to us as a child of four...We were but country squires"}

Adoptive Mother

Lydia Mycroft Holmes:
Sherlock Holmes' Last Case (Robert D'Artagnan)
246-247, 253-258, 283, 290, 326-328 {"You came to us as a child of four...We were but country squires"}

Ancestors

Owen Haskell
Sherlock Holmes and the Fall River Tragedy (Owen Haskell) 14-15

Sir Charles Holmes:
The Strange Adventures of Charlotte Holmes (Hilary Bailey)
196 {"Knighted by Queen Elizabeth"}

Sir Ralph Holmes:
Sherlock Holmes: The Unauthorized Biography (Nick Rennison) 2-4, 13

Sir Richmond Holmes:
Sherlock Holmes: The Unauthorized Biography (Nick Rennison) 4

Sir Selwyn Holmes:
Sherlock Holmes: The Unauthorized Biography (Nick Rennison) 4

Sir Stamford Holmes:
Sherlock Holmes: The Unauthorized Biography (Nick Rennison) 3

Sir Symonds Holmes:
Sherlock Holmes: The Unauthorized Biography (Nick Rennison) 3-4, 7-8

Urkell de Holmes:
Sherlock Holmes: The Unauthorized Biography (Nick Rennison) 2

Walter Holmes:
Sherlock Holmes: The Unauthorized Biography (Nick Rennison) 2

William Holmes:
Sherlock Holmes: The Unauthorized Biography (Nick Rennison) 13

Michel de Montaigne:
The Case of the Revolutionist's Daughter (Lewis S. Feuer) 115 {"My grandmother Vernet used to tell us how her great-grandfather Pierre was a high judge in bordeaux, and descended from the sage Montaigne, who was the city's mayor"}

Robert Dudley, First Earl of Leicester
Sherlock Holmes' Last Case (Robert D'Artagnan) 284-285, 290 {"We are descended from the Earl of Leicester..."}

Captain Torquil Mycroft:
The Strange Adventures of Charlotte Holmes (Hilary Bailey)
196 {"Fell at Malplaquet and was highly commended by Wellington"}

Foxy Quiller:
"The Resources of Mycroft Holmes" (Charlton Andrews) 210

Vernet Ancestors:
"Art in the Blood" (Laura Caldwell) 109

Chapel Noir (Carole Nelson Douglas) 278 {"I am an Englishman...whatever French blood may flow in a forebear's veins."}

Femme Fatale (Carole Nelson Douglas) 333 {"You did say that Sherlock Holmes claimed a French connection through Madame Worth, née Vernet"}

Irene's Last Waltz (Carole Nelson Douglas) 298

The Adventure of the Three Madmen (Philip José Farmer) 121 {"I am descended from the Vernets"}

The Evil in Pemberley House (Philip José Farmer & Win Scott Eckert) 62

The Master Sleuth on the Trail of Edwin Drood (Robert F. Fleissner) 47 {"I am said to be a descendant of the famous Vernet family in France"}

Exit Sherlock Holmes (Robert Lee Hall)
87 {"a grandmother who was the sister of Vernet, the French artist"}

Prisoner of the Devil (Michael Hardwick)
29, 165, 308 {"My maternal ancestors were French. I was brought up in the country"}

Sherlock Holmes: My Life And Crimes (Michael Hardwick)
201 {Meunier...had connections with my Vernet ancestors"}

"The Adventure of the Poison Tea Epidemic" (Carl L. Heifetz) 371

"The Adventure of the Old Russian Woman" (H. Paul Jeffers) 26 {"He claimed to be related to the French artist Vernet"}

"Too Many Stains" (Marvin Kaye) 310 {"French, a language I'm fluent in, thanks to my maternal relatives, the Vernets"}

The Childhood of Sherlock Holmes (Mona Morstein)
60, 67, 105, 107, 178-179, 185, 235

Sherlock Holmes: The Unauthorized Biography (Nick Rennison) 5-6, 9

"The Case of the French Savant" (Ted Riccardi) 91

"A Death in Venice" (Ted Riccardi) 109

Sherlock Holmes at the 1902 Fifth Test (Stanley Shaw) 93

The Case of the Bizarre Bouquets (Nancy Springer) 33

The Case of the Peculiar Pink Fan (Nancy Springer) 122

W.G. Grace's Last Case (William Rushton) 198

"The Mystery of Pinkham's Diamond Stud" (John Kendrick Bangs) 46

"The Case of Young Vamberry, the Wine Merchant" (Ian Charnock) 69 {"I am part French myself"}

The Case of the Reluctant Agent (Tracy Cooper-Posey) 97

The Curse of the Nibelung (Marcel D'Agneau) 217 {It was a question of...conjuring up the Gallic genius of his forebears, the Bohemian ingenuity."}

"The Adventure of the Christmas Tree" (William L. DeAndrea) 186 {"My people, as you know, were country squires."}

Chapel Noir (Carole Nelson Douglas) 402 {"These facts make me extremely grateful that my bloodlines are free of royal taint."}

"The Adventure of the Abbas Ruby" (Adrian Conan Doyle) 186 {"It is perhaps the Vernet blood in my veins."}

Time for Sherlock Holmes (David Dvorkin) 22, 131 {"Our rural retreat had brought out in him the spirit of his country squire ancestors."}

"The Adventure of the Plated Spoon" (Loren D. Estleman) 255

Sherlock Holmes Vs. Dracula (Loren D. Estleman) 12

Young Sherlock: The Mystery of the Manor House (Gerald Frow)
7, 83 {"The Holmeses were ardent Royalists when this area was almost solidly Parliamentarian"}

Sherlock Holmes and the Boulevard Assassin (John Hall) 173 {"When I was a boy, there was a portrait of one of my French ancestors hung up at home; and he wore the medal of the legion."}

Exit Sherlock Holmes (Robert Lee Hall)
87, 166, 228 {"I only had vague references to go on about ancestral 'country squires'"}

The Whitechapel Horrors (Edward B. Hanna) 70, 98 {"The French blood of Richelieu flows in my veins"}

The Adamantine Sherlock Holmes (Hapi) 36

Sherlock Holmes and the Queen of Diamonds (Steve Hayes & David Whitehead) 108

The House of Silk (Anthony Horowitz) 117

Justice Hall (Laurie R. King) 80 {"Holmes came from country squires - minor squires, true..."}

Death Cloud (Andrew Lane) 280

All-Consuming Fire (Andy Lane)
13, 125 {"I have had some success in tracing our roots back to Norman times...One of our distant relatives married the Commander in Chief of the Naval Forces of His Holiness the Pope during the last century." }

Art in the Blood (Bonnie MacBird) 44

The Canary Trainer (Nicholas Meyer) 34 {"I am of French descent."}

The West End Horror (Nicholas Meyer) 12 {"My late husband, Carl, was descended from the Vernet family, which...Sherlock Holmes was descended from, too."}

The Childhood of Sherlock Holmes (Mona Morstein)
79 {"Each generation of Holmes carried the Mycroft appellation...back to the first Holmes who landed here at Carperby, and who had attached Mycroft to his firstborn son out of joy in living on 'my little farm'"}

Eye of the Crow (Shane Peacock) 13

The Monstrous Regiment (Glen Petrie) 105 {"My family have held in freehold the manor of Halstead in the North Riding of Yorkshire, at least since the fourteenth century."}

"The Flowers of Utah" (Robert Pohle) 91 {"The Holmeses had left off being country gentlefolk by my time."}

Sherlock Holmes: The Unauthorized Biography (Nick Rennison) 130

"The Case of the French Savant" (Ted Riccardi) 91

The Fifth Heart (Dan Simmons) 83, 85

The Case of the Missing Marquess (Nancy Springer) 10, 19

The Kentish Manor Murders (Julian Symons) 59

"The Case of the Racing Certainty" (Donald Thomas) 24

"The Kidnapping of Mycroft Holmes" (Peter Tremayne) 212

"The Comfort of the Seine" (Stephen Volk) 8

Wilde About Holmes (Milo Yelesiyevich) 212

Aunt

Mary Ann Booth (née Holmes):
The Surrogate Assassin (Christopher Leppek) 33-34, 36, 46, 53, 69, 119, 173, 181, 184-185, 210-211, 226, 245, 252, 256, 266, 279-280, 281, 294 {"My father's sister, Mary Ann Holmes, some ten years older than he, mother of John Wilkes, Edwin and assorted other Booths. She left her mother, my grandmother, for reasons that remain unknown...}

Louise de Pugol:
The Childhood of Sherlock Holmes (Mona Morstein)
63 {Wife of Horace Vernet}

Margaret Elizabeth Fairburn (nee Holmes):
The Childhood of Sherlock Holmes (Mona Morstein)
62, 68, 163, 177-303 {Daughter of John & Anne Holmes; Sister of Stewart Mycroft Holmes & David William Holmes}

Anna Holmes:
Black Ice (Andrew Lane) 8, 14, 18, 100, 162, 194, 281; Death Cloud (Andrew Lane) 11, 13, 22-23, 26, 41-43, 48, 94-98, 119, 122, 125, 146, 162, 173, 202-203, 282; Fire Storm (Andrew Lane) 16, 18, 24, 28-29, 38-39, 48-49, 51, 53, 57-58, 92-99, 102-105, 128-129, 132-134, 149, 183, 200, 335, 337; Red Leech (Andrew Lane) 7, 13-16, 18, 22, 71-74, 119-120, 122, 158, 294; Snake Bite (Andrew Lane) 8, 108, 162, 302

Emily Holmes:
Sherlock Holmes: The Unauthorized Biography (Nick Rennison) 6

Hadassah Holmes:
The Case of the Bizarre Bouquets (Nancy Springer) 12

Maria Holmes:
Sherlock Holmes: The Unauthorized Biography (Nick Rennison) 6

Irisa:
"A Ballad of the White Plague" (P.C.Hodgell) 217-218, 220, 225-229 {"[Charles Vernet's] second wife's sister and the twins' aunt"}

Jane:
Knife Edge (Andrew Lane) 3, 17, 38

Yvette Pujol
"The Mystery of the Missing Child" (Christine Poulson) 244-245, 250

Mrs Vernier / Miss Sherrinford
The Angel of the Opera (Sam Siciliano) vii, 121{"Holmes was my truest friend and my cousin, his mother, Violet Sherrinford, being my mother's sister."}

Mrs Sigerson / Miss Tanner
"Inga Sigerson Weds" (Richard A. Lupoff) 6-8, 11

Titania
Shadowfall (Tracy Revels) 1368-12, 21, 42-43, 46-48, 91-92, 114, 132, 136, 137, 165, 184, 188

"The Strange Case of the Voodoo Priestess" (Carole Buggé) 261-262 {"I do have an aunt [in New Orleans] somewhere. My brother suggested I look her up"}

"The Lunacy of Celestine Blot" (Stephen Volk) 376

Aunt-in-Law

A Letter of Mary (Laurie R. King) 69, 176-178

Brother

Barratt Holmes:
"Dr Watson" (Charlie Adams, Gareth Hale & Norman Pace) 154 {"I was at school with your brother, Barratt Holmes."}

Clewlow Holmes:
"The Case of the Bespoke Bee Sting" (Douglas Moreton) 51-63; "The Case of the Hoodwinked Harriers" (Douglas Moreton) 66-77; "The Case of the Open and Shut" (Douglas Moreton) 101-113; "The Case of the Rising Ransom" (Douglas Moreton) 120; "The Case of the Substitute Strangler" (Douglas Moreton) 39-49; "The Case of the Ups and Downs" (Douglas Moreton) 80-86; "The Case of the Two-Faced Transom" (Douglas Moreton) 88-96; "Mentioned in Dispatches" (Douglas Moreton) 129-142; "Missing Parsons" (Douglas Moreton) 144-151; "My Three Ripping Years at the Yard" (Douglas Moreton) 8, 19 {"My other brother Clewlow...has diggings in Newcastle-upon-Tyne from where he msmanages my sea coal concession"}; "The Sound of the Buskervilles" (Douglas Moreton) 115-126

Rupert Holmes:
"The Matter of the Furnival Curse" (David L. Hammer)
92 {"Mycroft and I have let our end down, so it will be up to Rupert to keep the family ship afloat"}

Sherrinford Holmes:
The Crack in the Lens (Darlene A. Cypser) 1, 3-5, 7-11, 14-16, 20-24, 35, 41-46, 64-65, 71-80, 85-87, 93, 102, 105, 108-111, 113-116, 121-123, 125-130, 134, 137, 140-142, 145-149, 151, 153-156, 163, 165, 169, 175-176, 195, 200-223, 228-232, 234-240, 242-246, 248-249, 251-252, 254, 256, 258, 260, 267, 272-277, 280, 283-284; I, Sherlock Holmes (Michael Harrison) 10-11 {"I was the third of three sons, my elder brothers, Sherrrinford and Mycroft..."}; The Great Detective at the Crucible of Life (Thos. Kent Miller) 59, 216-217

[Sherrinford is mentioned in "Morte De Sherlock" (Stephen A. Kallis) (p.168), but his relationship to Holmes is not made clear: "Sherlock's mind raced. The black-magic cult that enmeshed poor Sherrinford!"]

Sherringford Holmes (Older):
All-Consuming Fire (Andy Lane) 13, 16, 26-27, 32, 99-101, 106-107, 109, 111-113, 123-128, 130-133, 139, 144-149, 189, 227-228, 234, 237, 242, 247-248, 256, 259-266, 269-275, 277-278, 283, 289, 292-295, 300-302 {"Mycroft Holmes called out,...'May I present our elder brother, Sherringford Holmes!'" / "I could see that he was twenty or so years older than Sherlock."}

Sherringford Holmes (Younger):
Scarlet In Gaslight (Martin Powell & Seppo Makinen)

Sigerson Holmes (Younger):
The Adventure of Sherlock Holmes' Smarter Brother (Gilbert Pearlman)

Professor James (Matthew) Moriarty:
Sherlock Holmes' Last Case (Robert D'Artagnan)
283-286, 291, 301-302 {"I believe I mentioned the subject of a brother previously... I did have one you see...His name was Joseph, and I of course was Matthew....It's no dishonor to be my brother. We are descended from the Earl of Leicester...You cannot escape the blood, Holmes...or rather, Moriarty...Joseph Moriarty"}; The Great Detective at the Crucible of Life (Thos. Kent Miller) 216-217

"Mycroft's Great Game" (Gary Lovisi) 120 {"The last two Holmes brothers left alive."}

The Holmes-Dracula File (Fred Saberhagen) 220, 224 {"I have - or had; I do not know if he is still alive - a twin brother, vampire from his beginnings."}

The Second War of the Worlds (George H. Smith) 68 {"As a young boy you traveled extensively on the continent of Europe with your parents and brothers"}

Brother-In-Law

Captain Cooper:
A Study in Silks (Emma Jane Holloway) 23, 78, 80, 127-128, 165, 215, 342, 385, 440, 495; A Study in Darkness (Emma Jane Holloway) 29, 71, 76, 99, 203, 228; A Study in Ashes (Emma Jane Holloway) 178

Florizel of Bohemia (Florizel Grant)
"The Questionable Parentage of Basil Grant" (R. Bostoun Cromer) 55, 57-59

Wilson Hargreave:
"Codeine (7 Per Cent)" (Christopher Morley) 423 {"Violet's mother married Sherlock's friend, Wilson Hargreave. She was Sibyl Holmes"}

Prince Rudolph of Kravonia:
The Strange Adventures of Charlotte Holmes (Hilary Bailey)
13-15, 19-25, 33-34, 38-44, 47-48, 52, 56, 63-64, 112, 115, 117-119, 122, 137, 172-177, 187, 188, 189-191, 193-196, 198-200, 202-205, 209, 211, 218, 220

Levi Russell
Locked Rooms (Laurie R. King) 18, 32, 39, 48, 51, 55, 57-58, 67-69, 87, 116, 122, 131, 133, 138, 149, 167, 179, 182, 187-188, 192, 207-209, 214, 221, 235-237, 249-250, 265-266, 295-299, 337, 353, 358-360, 363-364, 367, 369-373, 380, 382-383
The God of the Hive (Laurie R. King) 38; The Language of Bees (Laurie R. King) 99; A Letter of Mary (Laurie R. King) 26, 267; A Monstrous Regiment of Women (Laurie R. King) 143

Child

The Crack in the Lens (Darlene A. Cypser) 187-188, 194, 210, 250, 276

"The Adventure of the Gowanus Abduction" (Joyce Harrington) 177 {"My middle name is Irene, as you know, and my great-grandmother was an opera singer. She died young, but not before leaving a child. Who the father of that child was has always been a family mystery. He was known not to have been Irene Adler's husband, nor, as sometimes rumored, was he the King of Bohemia. I think I have solved that mystery."}

Sherlock Holmes: The Unauthorized Biography (Nick Rennison) 121

Cousin

Beatrix
"The Adventure of the Nine Hole League" (John J. White) 143-144

Asia Booth:
The Surrogate Assassin (Christopher Leppek) 35, 56, 226, 266, 299

Edwin Booth:
The Surrogate Assassin (Christopher Leppek) 18-23, 24-26, 27-30, 31, 32, 33, 35-36, 39, 41-45, 46, 47-49, 50, 51, 52, 53-55, 56, 57-59, 60, 63
-64, 75-80, 82-83, 85-86, 87, 88-94, 95, 96-97, 101, 109, 111, 113-114, 115-116, 117-118, 119, 120, 124, 155-156, 158, 169, 185-187, 193, 201, 208-214, 216-226, 227, 228-230, 232, 239, 241, 243-247, 250-254, 256, 259-261, 263-267, 270, 274-284, 290, 294-296, 299-302, 313-321, 327-328, 330-331, 332, 333-336 {"My father's sister, Mary Ann Holmes, some ten years older than he, mother of John Wilkes, Edwin and assorted other Booths. She left her mother, my grandmother, for reasons that remain unknown...}

John Wilkes Booth:
The Surrogate Assassin (Christopher Leppek)
18, 24, 32, 33, 35-36, 39, 41-60, 63-73, 87-88, 93-94, 100-101, 112, 116-118, 122-136, 139-147, 149-197; Sherlock Holmes and the Royal Flush (Barrie Roberts) 11-25, 27-29, 31, 35-36, 47, 51-54, 59-60, 64, 68-72, 74-80, 82, 90-91, 104, 115-122, 129, 171, 198-218, 220, 222-226, 227, 228-267, 274-296, 298-309, 311-318, 320, 321-322, 325-328, 330-331, 332, 333-336 {"My father's sister, Mary Ann Holmes, some ten years older than he, mother of John Wilkes, Edwin and assorted other Booths. She left her mother, my grandmother, for reasons that remain unknown...}

Joseph Booth
The Surrogate Assassin (Christopher Leppek) 35, 56, 76, 79-80, 246, 266

Julius Brutus Booth, Jr.
The Surrogate Assassin (Christopher Leppek) 35, 64, 266, 280

Rosalie Booth
The Surrogate Assassin (Christopher Leppek) 35-36, 266

Professor George Edward Challenger:
The Crack in the Lens (Darlene A. Cypser) 81; The Incredible Umbrella (Marvin Kaye) 202 {Holmes' cousin, Professor George Edward Challenger, was about to sail to South America}

Agnes Fairburn:
The Childhood of Sherlock Holmes (Mona Morstein) 186, 190-191, 200

George Fairburn:
The Childhood of Sherlock Holmes (Mona Morstein) 163, 177-204, 293

Mary Fairburn:
The Childhood of Sherlock Holmes (Mona Morstein)
163, 177, 181, 193, 204

Harriet:
"The Case of Death and Honey" (Neil Gaiman) 174

Aumerle Holmes:
Lestrade and the Hallowed House (M.J.Trow)
433, 462, 463, 465, 466, 472, 477-481, 498-500, 505-506, 509, 521-524, 527, 546, 554, 567, 569, 580, 582-587, 590, 591, 594-598, 602, 609-610, 613-616, 619, 623-629 {"My cousin, Inspector. Aumerle Holmes."}

John Parsons
"The Adventure of the Missing Rubies" (Tony Reynolds) 165, 167, 169-170, 172-178, 186-188

Lady Luna Holmes Ragnall
Allan Quatermain at the Dawn of Time  (Thos. Kent Miller) li-lxv, lxxv, lxxx, xc, xciii, xcvi- xcvii, xcix-ci, cvii-cviii, cxii, cxiv, cxxxii, cxxxvii, cxxxix, cxli, ccii- cciii, ccvii, 1, 3, 5-7, I-II, V, VII-VIII

Toorish Sherlock
"The Reluctant Assassin" (Peter Tremayne) 213, 214-219, 220, 221, 223, 224, 227, 232, 233-235, 237

Inga Elisabeth Sigerson:
"Inga Sigerson Weds" (Richard A. Lupoff) 6-9, 11, 16, 26-27

Alice Vernet:
"A Ballad of the White Plague" (P.C.Hodgell) 217-218, 221-223, 227-229, 231-232 {"[Charles Vernet's] second wife, the daughter of a minor Wallachian diplomat, died...leaving behind twin infant girls, Alice and Alyse"}

Alyse Vernet:
"A Ballad of the White Plague" (P.C.Hodgell) 217-218, 221-223, 227-229, 231-232 {"[Charles Vernet's] second wife, the daughter of a minor Wallachian diplomat, died...leaving behind twin infant girls, Alice and Alyse"}

Blanche Vernet:
"A Ballad of the White Plague" (P.C.Hodgell) 216-228, 230-231{"Her name was Blanche Vernet. She was my cousin." / "[Charles Vernet's] first wife, a Frenchwoman, did not survive Blanche's birth"}

Jenny Vernet:
The Great Game (Michael Kurland) 118-124, 126, 147, 190-196, 197, 198, 205, 209-213, 215-218, 226-233, 236-237, 240, 242, 254, 270, 274, 288, 293 {"She is an opera singer...Related to me on my mother's side. Grew up in the United States. She was born in San Francisco, where her father made his fortune selling supplies to gold miners."}

Peter Vernet:
The Strange Doings of J. Leslie Ryder (Daniel Gracely) 21-22, 25, 29-30, 31, 32-46, 47, 48-60, 61, 62-65, 72, 74, 108-109, 112-113, 114, 120, 124-125, 126, 127, 133-134, 138, 141, 142, 143, 144, 145, 146 {"It is the office of Peter Vernet, my cousin...he was named for our grandfather." He married Rachel Ryder, daughter of James Ryder (BLUE)}

Robert Vernet:
The Strange Doings of J. Leslie Ryder (Daniel Gracely) 21-22, 24, 46, 142 {"That was [Peter Vernet's] older brother, Robert, who assumed my lease and made it possible for me to take these apartments here in Baker Street. Robert was a fellow at the museum."}

Dr. Henry Vernier:
The Angel of the Opera (Sam Siciliano) vii, viii-ix, 1-32, 33, 34-41, 42, 43-44, 45, 46-48, 49-50, 51-53, 54-55, 56-77, 78, 79-90, 91, 92-103, 104, 105-114, 115, 116-120, 121, 122-145, 146, 147-163, 164, 165-171, 172, 173-174, 175-176, 177-190, 191, 192-193, 194, 195, 196, 197-224, 225, 226-243, 244-245, 246, 247-248, 249-256 {"Holmes was my truest friend and my cousin, his mother, Violet Sherrinford, being my mother's sister."}; The Grimswell Curse (Sam Siciliano) 7-17, 23-333; The Web Weaver (Sam Siciliano) 7-27, 41-42, 46-158, 165-166, 169, 171-187, 190-240, 243-260, 278-338, 343-348, 350-363, 366-367, 374-379, 382, 388, 392-394; The White Worm (Sam Siciliano) 9-17, 23-326

Charles Wellbos:
"The Sycamore Seed" (L.F.E. Coombs) 119-121, 123-125, 127-129, 132, 137-138

"Sherlock Holmes in Oz" (Ruth Berman) 434 {"As my cousin says, "Discard the impossible; then, if nothing remains, some part of the impossible must be possible"}

"The Butler Did It" (Herschel Cozine) 155-156

The Crack in the Lens (Darlene A. Cypser) 9, 80

The Strange Doings of J. Leslie Ryder (Daniel Gracely) 45-46 {"[Peter Vernet's] youngest sister...such a lovely child - no? And yet so young to be so crippled.")

"Too Many Stains" (Marvin Kaye) 327 {"I had a long-standing invitation from one of our maternal cousins to avail myself of the research facilities of a laboratory he supervised in the south of France"}

"Hounded" (Stephen Volk) 25 {"Two distant cousins from Canada"}

Daughter

Johanna Adler
Whitechapel: The Final Stand of Sherlock Holmes (Bernard J. Schaffer) 339-340, 345 [Mother: Irene Adler]

Neige Adler
"Cabaret Aux Assassins" (Cara Black) 221-222, 246, 247 [Mother: Irene Adler]

Elsie Venner Holmes
"Sherlock Holmes’ Daughter" (H.H. Ballard) 22-37, 39

Shirley Holmes
"The Adventure of the Queen Bee" (Frederic Arnold Kummer) 129-140, 141, 142-143, 144, 145-148, 149-151, 152-153, 154-158, 159, 160, 161-170, 171, 172-175, 176-178, 179, 180, 181-184; "The Canterbury Cathedral Murder" (Frederic Arnold Kummer & Basil Mitchell) {"I was again struck...by her astonishing resemblance at times like this to her celebrated father, Sherlock Holmes."}; The Holmeses of Baker Street (Basil Mitchell)

Alice "Boomer" LaGraine
The Secret of Sherlock Holmes (Gary F. Boothe) 16-17, 18-29, 30-31, 32-44, 45-50, 52, 54-63, 64, 65, 66-67, 68-75, 78, 79-82, 83, 86, 87-88, 89-91, 92, 93-96, 97, 98-99, 101, 102, 103-105, 106, 107, 108, 109, 110-116, 117, 118-122, 124, 125, 126, 128-131, 133 [Mother: Vivian S. LaGraine]

Jeanne-Marie Langtry
Wilde About Holmes (Milo Yelesiyevich) 72, 114, 176, 192-194, 246, 257-258, 305, 207-313, 314, 332-333, 345, 351-352, 354-355 [Mother: Lillie Langtry]

Rosie
"Jacques the Giant Slayer" (Vanessa de Sade) 178-190

Daughter-In-Law

Yolanda Chin Adler
The God of the Hive (Laurie R. King) 19, 25, 33, 38, 51, 61-62, 77, 79-81, 86-87, 95, 112, 120, 137, 176, 217, 224-226, 245, 319, 342, 351; The Language of Bees (Laurie R. King) 53-60, 61, 62-64, 66-67, 78-79, 92-96, 117, 127-128, 130-137, 144-147, 152-154, 157-159, 161, 163-169, 172-178, 180, 181-182, 184, 186-193, 195, 197-198, 200-205, 207-209, 214, 216-218, 220-222, 224-226, 229, 231, 234-236, 238, 242, 244-247, 252, 258-260, 270-271, 275-276, 279, 281-282, 288, 292-294, 299-301, 305-306, 312, 313, 315, 322, 329, 338-344, 350-352, 354, 359, 394-395, 406, 410-412, 417-418, 423, 425, 427, 429-430

Rita Mahoney:
Dead Man's Confession (Cass Lewis) 17, 52 {Married Emmet Joseph Holmes; Mother of Joseph Mahoney Holmes & Robert Sherlock Holmes}

Devi Melas:
The Adamantine Sherlock Holmes (Hapi) 48

San Francisco Kills (Denny Martin Flinn) 28, 96; The Execution of Newcome Bowles (Allan D. Mickle) 56, 73

Descendant

Eric Sherrinford:
"The Queen of Air & Darkness" (Poul Anderson) 11-15, 17-24, 26-42, 46-51 {"We...claimed collateral descent from one of the first private enquiry agents on record, back on Earth before spaceflight. Regardless of how true that may be, I found him a useful model"}

Distant Relative

Caroline (Verner) Erskine:
"The Disappearance of Caroline Erskine" (Michael Mallory) 221-228, 231-232, 234, 235-237; "The Adventure of the Three Verners" (Michael Mallory) 152-156, 158-159, 161

Uncle Gideon:
Young Sherlock: The Mystery of the Manor House (Gerald Frow)
9-15, 26, 36-37, 42-46, 48-49, 56, 68, 77, 106-107, 119-122 {Brother of Rachel Holmes}

Charity Holmes:
Young Sherlock: The Mystery of the Manor House (Gerald Frow)
12, 15, 26-27, 29, 35-37, 42-43, 45-49, 56, 68, 106-108, 119-122 {Daughter of Rachel Holmes}

Rachel Holmes:
Young Sherlock: The Mystery of the Manor House (Gerald Frow)
11-15, 25-27, 29-30, 35-37, 41-44, 46, 48-50, 52-54, 56, 68, 71, 76-78, 106-108, 119-122, 127-128 {"Aunt Rachel...was not a real Aunt, though she was a Holmes by marriage, her late husband having been some sort of distant cousin of Sherlock's father."}; Young Sherlock: The Adventure at Ferryman's Creek (Gerald Frow) 5

Aunt Rachel's Father
Young Sherlock: The Mystery of the Manor House (Gerald Frow) 36

Aunt Rachel's Late Husband:
Young Sherlock: The Mystery of the Manor House (Gerald Frow)
11-12 {"Aunt Rachel...was not a real Aunt, though she was a Holmes by marriage, her late husband having been some sort of distant cousin of Sherlock's father."}

Karl Klaus
Sherlock in Love (Sena Jeter Naslund) 102 { "I [Holmes's Half-Sister] was sent to live with the family of a distant cousin in Munich"}

A.J. Raffles
"The Problem of the Sore Bridge - Among Others" (Philip Jose Farmer) 43 {"Raffles was a third or fourth cousin to Holmes"}

The Sigersons
Death by Gaslight (Michael Kurland) 76, 82 {"I have known of Sigerson Manor all my life...The Sigersons were distant relations of mine."}

The Time Traveller:
"The Richmond Enigma" (John DeChancie) 167-173, 174, 175-182, 183 {"I knew him during my two years at college. Moreover, am distantly related to the man."}

Carl Verner
The West End Horror (Nicholas Meyer) 12 {"My late husband, Carl, was descended from the Vernet family, which...Sherlock Holmes was descended from, too."}

Creighton T. Verner:
Sherlock Holmes Vs. Dracula (Loren D. Estleman) 13-14, 16 {"Creighton T. Verner, believed by many to be the last living relative of legendary British detective Sherlock Holmes..."}

Douglass Verner:
"The Adventure of the Three Verners" (Michael Mallory) 152-154, 156, 158, 161

Hermione Verner:
"The Adventure of the Three Verners" (Michael Mallory) 151-156, 160-161

Montague Verner:
"The Adventure of the Three Verners" (Michael Mallory) 151-156, 159

Rachel Verner:
"The Adventure of the Three Verners" (Michael Mallory) 152-154

Sophia Verner:
"The Adventure of the Three Verners" (Michael Mallory) 153

Victor Verner
Sherlock Holmes Vs. Dracula (Loren D. Estleman) 13 {"Creighton T. Verner, believed by many to be the last living relative of legendary British detective Sherlock Holmes...left England following the death of his only son Victor in the trenches of World War I"}

Monsieur Vernet:
Son of Holmes (John T. Lescroart) 168, 193, 195-197, 199-201, 203, 211, 216 {Monsieur Vernet, La Couronne's owner, is very patient. We [Auguste Lupa] are, in fact, distantly related."}

Sir Arthur Vicars:
"The Case of the Crown Jewels" (Donald Thomas) 52, 53-55, 57, 61-63, 65-89, 91-92, 94-99, 102, 104-105, 107

Amelia Pettigrew Watson
"The Disappearance of Caroline Erskine" (Michael Mallory) 234; "The Adventure of the Three Verners" (Michael Mallory) 161; "The Adventure of the Vanished Village" (Michael Mallory) 106, 114, 123, 125, 127; The Stratford Conspiracy (Michael Mallory) 135, 197, 266

James Clarke 'Doc' Wildman, Jr
The Evil in Pemberley House (Philip José Farmer & Win Scott Eckert) 62

Patricia Clarke Lupin Wildman
The Evil in Pemberley House (Philip José Farmer & Win Scott Eckert) 62

A Letter of Mary (Laurie R. King) 128-129 {"It happened that the bank manager is a sort of distant family connection. Second cousin twice removed sort of thing"}

"The Affair of the Midnight Midget (Ardath Mayhar) 236 {"Mr. Holmes' [brother Mycroft] contracted a marriage with a young woman who died after producing an infant. This child was reared by a distant cousin."}

"A Death in Venice" (Ted Riccardi) 112

"The Adventure of Dedstone Mill" (Denis O. Smith) 440

Family

Young Sherlock Holmes (Alan Arnold) 96 {"I was never to hear him refer to his family relationships"}

The Haunting of Torre Abbey (Carole Buggé) 140 {Holmes's family was a mystery to me"}

The Adventures of Young Stamford (Richard M. Caplan, M.D.) 109 {He once told me part of his family had been English country squires, with some mention of the North Riding of Yorkshire...There was also some Scandinavian name, so commonly the case from left-over Vikings here in Yorkshire..."}

Watson's Last Case (Ian Charnock) 154 {"The Holmes family seat was in East Anglia"}

Sherlock Holmes and the Copycat Murders (Barry Day) 81 {"There must be something in the Holmes family genes that precludes conversation when it conflicts with cerebration"}

"A Case of Mis-identity" (Colin Dexter) 93

Spider Dance (Carole Nelson Douglas) 95 {"Mr Holmes may spring from a perfectly conventional family"}

"The Musgrave Version" (George Alec Effinger) 11 {"Although Holmes never spoke of his family and background, I often had the impression that they were less agreeably situated than, for instance my own [Musgrave's] family."}

Young Sherlock: The Mystery of the Manor House (Gerald Frow) 61

The Spiritglass Charade (Colleen Gleason) 10

Faction Paradox: Erasing Sherlock (Kelly Hale) 26-27

Exit Sherlock Holmes (Robert Lee Hall) 165, 168

The Adamantine Sherlock Holmes (Hapi) 35 {"Jawaharlal Ibn wadi concluded there were instances of witchcraft in the Holmes family which were suppressed by later generations"}

I, Sherlock Holmes (Michael Harrison) 10-11

Enter the Lion (Michael P. Hodel & Sean M. Wright) 39, 204

The Secret Diary of Dr. Watson (Anita Janda) 31

Night Watch (Stephen Kendrick) 42 {"My naiveté never ceased to amuse him, as if any member of the Holmes family would by natural order know all that happened in the world"}

The Beekeeper's Apprentice (Laurie R. King) 24

The Moor (Laurie R. King) 186 {"I knew something about Holmes' people but somehow other than Mycroft they had never seemed very real or three-dimensional"}

All-Consuming Fire (Andy Lane) 16, 124-125, 127, 131 {"I have no great love for the Catholic Church. Our family was brought up in the faith, but my brothers and I were too aware of the inconsistencies and irrationalities inherent in the Bible to make good communicants." / "My family derive from old Yorkshire stock"}

The Surrogate Assassin (Christopher Leppek) 25, 32-33, 36, 53 {"Although my family has virtually forbiddn any and all conversation relating to our American relations [the Booths]...I've kept up with them...occasionally asking certain relatives of mine for bits and pieces of information about them."}

The Pandora Plague (Lee A. Matthias) 77 {"There was a great amount of information Holmes never enlightened me about in his dealings, especially that which concerned his family members in any way"}

The Seven-Per-Cent Solution (Nicholas Meyer) 39, 64 {"'The family was from Sussex?' 'Well, not originally. That is, the Holmes clan hailed from there, yes, but the Squire was a second son...he and his family lived in North Riding - in Yorkshire."}

The Childhood of Sherlock Holmes (Mona Morstein) 23-63

The Case of Emily V (Keith Oatley) 150, 296 {"We had been intimate for several years before he even mentioned his family."}

Eye of the Crow (Shane Peacock) 226

The Dorking Gap Affair (Glen Petrie) 22

"The Case of the French Savant" (Ted Riccardi) 91

Séance for a Vampire (Fred Saberhagen) 125 {"[Mycroft] went on to discuss briefly the history of the Holmes family as it had been affected by vampires."}

Sherlock Holmes and the Plague of Dracula (Stephen Seitz) 116, 155-156

The Angel of the Opera (Sam Siciliano) 154 {"the histrionic French blood of our family"}

The Case of the Bizarre Bouquets (Nancy Springer) 68, 162

The Case of the Left-Handed Lady (Nancy Springer) 14, 108, 117

The Case of the Missing Marquess (Nancy Springer) 13, 68

"The Case of the Racing Certainty" (Donald Thomas) 24 {"I have written of his origins among the English squirearchy. The indulgence shown him by the [St. Thomas's] hospital governors stemmed from a bequest made by one of these kinsmen."}

Sherlock Holmes and the Sacred Sword (Frank Thomas) 14 {"Curiosity is the hallmark of our family"}

"The Affray at the Kildare Street Club" (Peter Tremayne) 28-30, 35 {"Sherlock Holmes was one of the Holmes family of Galway, Ireland." / "Our family have always been in government service, law or academic spheres."}

"The Reluctant Assassin" (Peter Tremayne) 213

"The Kidnapping of Mycroft Holmes" (Peter Tremayne) 212

"The Specter of Tullyfane Abbey" (Peter Tremayne) 55, 62 {"Holmes was one of the Galway Holmes....Altamont was his family seat nearBallysherlock"}

"A Study In Orange" (Peter Tremayne) 252 {"He was one of the Holmes family of Galway."}

Lestrade and the Hallowed House (M.J. Trow) 565, 624

"The Lunacy of Celestine Blot" (Stephen Volk) 376

"The Song at Twilight" (Michael Walsh) 322

"The Black Heaven" (Ron Weighell) 121

"The Sect of the Salamander" (Ron Weighell) 92, 96 {"My family brought me [to Florence] on a European tour when I was - oh, eight or nine" / "his work clearly showed the artistic streak of his family was strong in him."}

Sherlock Holmes's War of the Worlds (Manly W. Wellman & Wade Wellman) 175 {"Both [Holmes & Mrs. Hudson] are North Country born, with family connections in that part of the kingdom."}

Father

David William Holmes:
The Childhood of Sherlock Holmes (Mona Morstein)
33-340 {Son of John Scott Holmes & Anne Routh; Brother of Stewart Mycroft Holmes, Margaret Elizabeth Holmes}

Gaboriau Holmes
"The Questionable Parentage of Basil Grant" (R. Bostoun Cromer) 59

Reginald Beasley Holmes:
"Inga Sigerson Weds" (Richard A. Lupoff) 2-3, 5-10, 12, 16, 20, 25-26

Robert Holmes:
Dead Man's Confession (Cass Lewis) {Husband of Carla "Violet" Horace}

Sherlock Holmes:
Watson's Last Case (Ian Charnock)
155-159, 161 {"Sherlock was more like the French mother. He married a local girl and they had two children, Mycroft & Sherlock. They all lived in the large house at Holme Hope"}

Siger Holmes:
A Slight Trick of the Mind (Mitch Cullin) 197

"A Ballad of the White Plague" (P.C.Hodgell) 218-221, 224-228

All-Consuming Fire (Andy Lane) 1-2, 125-130, 147, 164, 260, 270, 277, 302 {"We met your father, Siger Holmes, in the officers' Mess at the British Army cantonment in Jabalhabad. He had been out in India for many years, working for the East India Company, despoiling the land and enslaving the natives."}

The Second War of the Worlds (George H. Smith) 68 {"You were born...at a farmstead called Mycroft...your father Siger Holmes..."}

Sherlock Holmes: My Life (Lawrence R. Spencer) 168-170

Captain Siger Holmes:
I, Sherlock Holmes (Michael Harrison) 10-11, 14, 32 {"My father, Siger Holmes, a captain in the Honourable East India Company's service, was invalided home, his career, in all practical meanings of that word, finished."}

Major Siger Holmes:
Black Ice (Andrew Lane) 19, 34, 36, 77, 142, 158, 175, 280; Death Cloud (Andrew Lane) 5, 7-13, 19, 22, 26-27, 39, 45, 67, 96, 106, 154, 159, 163, 173, 252, 256, 280; Fire Storm (Andrew Lane) 96, 100-104, 106, 138, 149, 183, 191; Knife Edge (Andrew Lane) 3, 16, 61, 142, 298; Red Leech (Andrew Lane) 18-20, 28, 34, 45, 71, 83, 111, 122, 168, 195, 301-302; Snake Bite (Andrew Lane) 8, 166-167

Squire Siger Holmes:
The Crack in the Lens (Darlene A. Cypser) 2-6, 9, 11-12, 14-16, 19-21, 23-24, 27-28, 35, 41-43, 45-49, 53-55, 59-62, 66, 76, 79-80, 82-86, 89, 92-97, 99-100, 103, 107-111, 115-116, 120, 126, 128-131, 138-148, 150, 153-157, 160-161, 164, 170-172, 174, 179, 182-185, 187-188, 190-195, 204, 214, 218-219, 221-222, 230, 235, 239, 243-244, 248, 255, 262-263, 276, 278-280

Squire Holmes:
The Quest for Bowie's Blade (J.T. Edson) 148 {"[Moriarty] was hired as tutor for the youngest son of a Squire Holmes in Yorkshire"}

Young Sherlock: The Mystery of the Manor House (Gerald Frow) 6-8, 10-11, 13-14, 17-18, 21, 23, 52, 86, 110-111, 116 ; Young Sherlock: The Adventure at Ferryman's Creek (Gerald Frow) 56

The Seven-Per-Cent Solution (Nicholas Meyer) 38-39, 215-216

Wilberforce (Wilbur) Holmes:
Becoming Holmes (Shane Peacock) 4, 7-9, 16, 31, 35-36, 80, 98, 120, 174, 185, 244; Eye of the Crow (Shane Peacock) 6-7, 11-12, 14-20, 27-29, 33, 36-38, 46-47, 53-57, 66, 71, 89, 91, 96, 107, 110-111, 113-114, 117, 119, 134, 150, 160-163, 168, 172, 180, 184, 200-204, 226-229, 232-233, 247; Death in the Air (Shane Peacock) 5, 7, 16, 18-19, 38-39, 43, 54, 60, 74, 77, 85, 142, 144, 212, 214, 221; The Secret Fiend (Shane Peacock) 4, 16, 19, 64, 112, 116, 118, 184, 212, 216-217; Vanishing Girl (Shane Peacock) 27, 37, 45, 72, 93, 109, 127, 165, 171, 189, 192, 245; The Dragon Turn (Shane Peacock) 40, 52-54, 86-93, 112-113, 133, 160, 184, 220

William Scott Holmes:
Sherlock Holmes: The Unauthorized Biography (Nick Rennison) 2, 6-10, 12-13, 15-19, 21-24, 26, 31, 57

Mark Moriarty:
Sherlock Holmes' Last Case (Robert D'Artagnan) 261, 280, 283-285, 290-291, 301-302

Radu the Handsome:
The Holmes-Dracula File (Fred Saberhagen)
223 {"'My mother was long unfaithful to my father; and it is equally certain that one of her paramours was of your [Dracula's vampire] race.'...My brother Radu, the one they called the Handsome in his breathing days - he had in fact spent a summer in Switzerland about the middle of the 19th century!"}

Mycroft Holmes (Kareem Abdul-Jabbar & Anna Waterhouse) 9, 59, 67-68, 115

The Dark Lady (Irene Adler) 19, 99

"The Resources of Mycroft Holmes" (Charlton Andrews) 212

"Ideal Interviews: Sherlock Holmes" (Anyhow) 102-103

Young Sherlock Holmes (Alan Arnold) 181-185 {"Mother came from an old country family, Father from an anglo-Indian one. His father had been in the Indian army in Delhi."

The Pursuit of the Houseboat (John Kendrick Bangs) 18 {"I used surreptitiously to remove the unsmoked ends of my father's cigars and break them up, and, in hiding, smoke them in an old clay pipe."}

The Secret of Sherlock Holmes (Gary F. Boothe) 6, 26 {"She betrayed my father, and he, a Methodist minister, killed her for it!"}

"Cutting for Sign" (Rhys Bowen) 244

Femme Fatale (Carole Nelson Douglas) 422

Good Night, Mr Holmes (Carole Nelson Douglas) 56 ["My family tree does extend a root or two into France"}

The Case of the Revolutionist's Daughter (Lewis S. Feuer) 69, 131 {"My father as a Millite was a staunch supporter of the North in the American Civil War, and as warm a partisan of braham Lincoln as ever was."}

Young Sherlock: The Adventure At Ferryman's Creek (Gerald Frow) 56 {"In former times...Sherlock's father was Squire, a fact which gave him some entitlement to airs. However, the old man's downfall and disgrace has now removed any such entitlement."}

"Lost Boys" (Cornelia Funke) 176

The Strange Return of Sherlock Holmes (Barry Grant) 100

Faction Paradox: Erasing Sherlock (Kelly Hale) 27, 30, 33, 101, 136-137, 181-182

The Adamantine Sherlock Holmes (Hapi) 32

Sherlock Holmes: My Life And Crimes (Michael Hardwick) 12 {"Having largely wasted two years of my youth at Oxford...studying subjects intended to qualify me for the career in medicine which, in absence of any other apparent ambition, my father had stipulated for me..."}

"The Christmas Client" (Edward D.Hoch) 262 {"He was a prizefighter...I remember hearing my father speak of him."}

"Excerpts from an Unpublished Memoir Found In the Basement of the Home for Retired Actors" (Steve Hockensmith) 71

Enter the Lion (Michael P. Hodel & Sean M. Wright) 52, 131-132, 147

A Study in Silks (Emma Jane Holloway) 128, 131

A Study in Darkness (Emma Jane Holloway) 93

"The Adventure of the Grand Old Man" (H. Paul Jeffers) 197

The Beekeeper's Apprentice (Laurie R. King) 380 {"I believe that I shall call you Sherlock. An awkward name, that. What was your father thinking?"}

The Surrogate Assassin (Christopher Leppek) 33-34 {"My father actually wept when the reports of [Lincoln's] murder were made known here" / "My father's sister, Mary Ann Holmes, some ten years older than he, mother of John Wilkes, Edwin and assorted other Booths."}

"The Adventure of the Boulevard Assassin" (Richard A. Lupoff) 216

The Great Detective at the Crucible of Life (Thos. Kent Miller) 59

The Disappearance of Sherlock Holmes (Larry Millett) 54 {"His mother was very clever - far more so, Holmes thought, than his father - as her scandalous and long-secret affair with a local don was later to demonstrate with tragic consequences"}

The Case of Emily V. (Keith Oatley) 295-296

The Dorking Gap Affair (Glen Petrie) 181

The Hampstead Poisoning (Glen Petrie) 158-159

The Monstrous Regiment (Glen Petrie) 102, 105 {"My family have held in freehold the manor of Halstead in the North Riding of Yorkshire, at least since the fourteenth century."}

Sherlock Holmes and the Story For Which The World Is Not Yet Prepared (Stephen E. Pierce) 18 {"Their father had endowed Mycroft, the elder of the two, with a golden watch and chain, a family heirloom."}

"The Aristotelian" (Steve Poling) 5-10, 14, 16, 22-24, 26, 38, 40-48, 50, 55, 57, 61-63, 65-69, 75, 78, 82, 88, 94-101

Shadowfall (Tracy Revels) 75 {"My mother is a fairy named Dana...she loved a mortal man, and took the guise of a human woman in order to be his wife"}

"The Adventure of Ricoletti of the Club Foot (and his abominable wife)" (Roberta Rogow) 149 {"My father came from Yorkshire, I believe."}

Ghosts and the Machine (Lloyd Rose) 25, 28-29, 31

The Holmes-Dracula File (Fred Saberhagen) 197-198, 220, 224-225 {"My father was...a country squire. A kindly man, of considerable intelligence, though little fame."}

"The Young Lord Peter Consults Sherlock Holmes" (Dorothy L. Sayers) 40 {"The son of a country squire."}

Whitechapel: The Final Stand of Sherlock Holmes (Bernard J. Schaffer) 219

Sherlock Holmes Meets Annie Oakley (Stanley Shaw) 9, 11 {"[Sir James Harrison] was the Queen's physician. He retired just over a year ago. He was a close friend of my father." / "I gathered that he had lost his father round about the time he had reached his majority."}

The Fifth Heart (Dan Simmons) 84-88, 99

A Samba for Sherlock (Jô Soares) 88 {"As my father used to say, 'If the myth is more picturesque than the fact, tell the myth'"}

The Case of the Bizarre Bouquets (Nancy Springer) 12; The Case of the Cryptic Crinoline (Nancy Springer) 16; The Case of the Left-Handed Lady (Nancy Springer) 103, 117; The Case of the Missing Marquess (Nancy Springer) 5, 9, 17, 19, 21, 27-28, 47, 69, 82, 93

"Death and No Consequences" (Richard K. Tobin) 91, 94

"The Lunacy of Celestine Blot" (Stephen Volk) 401

The Tale Not Told (Constance Wilder-Wokoun) 11-12, 19-20, 22, 30-31, 33, 45-47, 49, 51 {"...an ambassador in Her Majesty's service" / "The caravan your mother and father were traveling with was attacked only a few miles from their destination. Everyone was killed."}

Father-in-law

A.J.Raffles:
"Introducing Mr. Raffles Holmes" (John Kendrick Bangs) 16-19; "The Adventure of the Brass Check" (John Kendrick Bangs) 93; "The Adventure of the Dorrington Ruby Seal" (John Kendrick Bangs) 22-23, 27-44; "The Major General's Pepper-Pots" (John Kendrick Bangs) 224-225, 231; "The Nostalgia of Nervy Jim The Snatcher" (John Kendrick Bangs) 160-161

Charles David Russell
Locked Rooms (Laurie R. King) 18, 24, 27, 34, 37-40, 42, 48, 55-60, 62-64, 67-68, 75, 78-80, 85-88, 92, 101-117, 122, 125, 127, 129-133, 138, 148-150, 167-168, 178-180, 182, 187-188, 191-194, 197-198, 201, 207-209, 214, 220-221, 234-237, 245-246, 249-250, 255, 262, 265-266, 268, 270-273, 288, 293-300, 306, 313, 320, 326-327, 330-331, 336-337, 339-342, 344-345, 347, 350-373, 376-377, 380-383, 394-396, 400-401
The Game (Laurie R. King) 5, 101; Garment of Shadows (Laurie R. King) 94; The God of the Hive (Laurie R. King) 38; Justice Hall (Laurie R. King) 29, 124, 269, 315; The Language of Bees (Laurie R. King) 131, 363; A Letter of Mary (Laurie R. King) 26, 74, 148; A Monstrous Regiment of Women (Laurie R. King) 4, 94, 134, 141, 143, 255, 261, 264, 289; The Moor (Laurie R. King) 87; Pirate King (Laurie R. King) 114

Fiancée

Cissie Crossgarters
"Holmes and the Dasher" (Anthony Berkeley)

Fifth Cousin

Hubert Lyautey
Garment of Shadows (Laurie R. King) 37-39, 41, 43-45, 50, 63, 68, 71, 73, 96, 117, 149-150, 228, 238, 242-245

Godfather

Sabine Baring-Gould:
The Moor (Laurie R. King) 186, 203 (1, 9-28, 33-43, 45, 51-52, 54, 56, 64, 67, 71, 78, 81-88, 90-91, 96, 99, 101-107, 113-120, 122-129, 132, 140-142, 145, 149, 159, 168-170, 175, 179-200, 202-203, 205-207, 213, 215-216, 223-232, 234, 236-238, 243-247, 252-256, 261, 264, 268-275, 279, 283, 285, 297-301) {"'How long have you known Holmes?' I heard myself asking...'Forever,' [Baring-Gould] said. 'His forever, that is, not mine. I'm his godfather.'"}

William Sigismund Holmes
Death on a Pale Horse (Donald Thomas) 87-88

Godson

John Watson II
Whitechapel: The Final Stand of Sherlock Holmes (Bernard J. Schaffer) 332-336, 338, 340, 345

Granddaughter

Estelle Adler
The God of the Hive (Laurie R. King) 5-8, 13, 15-17, 19, 32-39, 41, 44, 46-50, 53-56, 59, 62-73, 76-82, 86-87, 91-99, 102, 104-106, 116, 121, 124, 131-133, 135, 150, 152-154, 156, 158, 161-171, 184, 189, 191, 217-218, 221, 232-233, 238-239, 241, 243-248, 279-280, 284, 290, 292, 316-317, 319, 321-323, 327-329, 331-334, 338, 347-349, 351-354; The Language of Bees (Laurie R. King) 59, 60-61, 62-64, 66, 74, 79, 92-94, 117, 127, 131-135,157, 164, 166, 173-174, 187-188, 195, 197-198, 202, 211, 214, 226, 227, 235, 237, 244-247, 263-264, 267, 274, 293-294, 299, 305-306, 313, 339, 342-344, 346, 349-350, 352, 356, 365, 374, 378, 386, 390, 393-395, 401, 406, 412, 415, 417, 420, 423-432

Grandfather

John Scott Holmes:
The Childhood of Sherlock Holmes (Mona Morstein)
61-64, 66-69, 189 {Son of Mycroft William Holmes & Grace Winsby; Brother of Brian Mycroft Holmes; Married Anne Routh; Father of Stewart Mycroft Holmes, Margaret Elizabeth Holmes & David William Holmes}

Mr Holmes:
Death in the Air (Shane Peacock) 168; Eye of the Crow (Shane Peacock) 14, 17

Mycroft Holmes:
Watson's Last Case (Ian Charnock)
154-156 {"It was to Holme Hope that grandfather Mycroft Holmes returned with his French bride."; Father of Sherrinford & Sherlock}

Sheridan Holmes:
Sherlock Holmes: The Unauthorized Biography (Nick Rennison) 4-6, 13

Silas Holmes:
The Shadow of Evil (Tim Pigott-Smith) 26, 71

Leon Lecomte:
The Childhood of Sherlock Holmes (Mona Morstein)
63, 163, 276

Robert Mycroft:
Sherlock Holmes: The Unauthorized Biography (Nick Rennison) 7

Peter:
The Strange Doings of J. Leslie Ryder (Daniel Gracely) 21 {"It is the office of Peter Vernet, my cousin...he was named for our grandfather."}

Sherrinford:
I, Sherlock Holmes (Michael Harrison) 32

Mr Sherrinford:
Eye of the Crow (Shane Peacock) 13-14, 16-17

Sir Edward G. Sherrinford:
The Crack in the Lens (Darlene A. Cypser) 55, 250

Young Sherlock Holmes (Alan Arnold) 181 {"Mother came from an old country family, Father from an anglo-Indian one. His father had been in the Indian army in Delhi; he had married a half-caste there."}

The Crack in the Lens (Darlene A. Cypser) 9

"The Fan Who Molded Himself" (David Gerrold) 262, 265

The Spiritglass Charade (Colleen Gleason) 117

Fire Storm (Andrew Lane) 100

"The Case of the Rival Queens" (Carolyn Wheat) 279, 292 {"I remember as a boy spending hours watching bees on my grandfather's smallholding."}

Grandmother

Anne Holmes (nee Routh):
The Childhood of Sherlock Holmes (Mona Morstein)
62-63, 65-66, 189 {Married John Scott Holmes; Mother of Stewart Mycroft Holmes, Margaret Elizabeth Holmes & David William Holmes}

Mrs Holmes:
Eye of the Crow (Shane Peacock) 17

Camille Francoise Josephine Lecomte-Vernet:
The Childhood of Sherlock Holmes (Mona Morstein)
63, 73, 132, 163

Mrs Sherrinford:
Eye of the Crow (Shane Peacock) 13-14, 16-17

Marie-Claude Vernet:
Sherlock Holmes: The Unauthorized Biography (Nick Rennison) 5-6, 9, 11-12, 19, 21

Miss Vernet:
Young Sherlock Holmes (Alan Arnold)
98 {"His grandmother...had been the sister of Vernet, the French painter."}

"The Adventure of the Bogle-Wolf" (Anthony Boucher) 426

"Mrs. Farintosh & An Opal Tiara" (Ian Charnock) 198 {"My grandmother was a Vernet"}

Watson's Last Case (Ian Charnock) 154-158, 161 {"It was to Holme Hope that grandfather Mycroft Holmes returned with his French bride."; Mother of Sherrinford & Sherlock}

"The Case of the Choleric Cotton Broker" (Martin Edwards) 265

The Case of the Revolutionist's Daughter (Lewis S. Feuer) 115 {"My grandmother Vernet used to tell us how her great-grandfather Pierre was a high judge in bordeaux, and descended from the sage Montaigne, who was the city's mayor"}

Young Sherlock: The Mystery of the Manor House (Gerald Frow) 52, 76 {"Sherlock's grandmother, his mother's mother, was French and lived in Paris. She was the sister of the well-known artist Horace Vernet."}

Exit Sherlock Holmes (Robert Lee Hall) 87, 228

I, Sherlock Holmes (Michael Harrison) 10, 40

"The Book of Tobit" (H. Paul Jeffers) 106

The Beekeeper's Apprentice (Laurie R. King) 53-54

"The Moriarty Gambit" (Fritz Leiber) 299

Art in the Blood (Bonnie MacBird) 43

The Dorking Gap Affair (Glen Petrie) 134, 181

The Fifth Heart (Dan Simmons) 83-84, 492

Sherlock Holmes: My Life (Lawrence R. Spencer) 169

Young Sherlock Holmes (Alan Arnold) 181 {"Mother came from an old country family, Father from an anglo-Indian one. His father had been in the Indian army in Delhi; he had married a half-caste there."}

Against the Brotherhood (Quinn Fawcett) 10 {"His French grandmother"}

Embassy Row (Quinn Fawcett) 143

The Flying Scotsman (Quinn Fawcett) 246

The Scottish Ploy (Quinn Fawcett) 35

Sherlock Holmes and the Knave of Hearts (Steve Hayes & David Whitehead) 26

Fire Storm (Andrew Lane) 100

The Surrogate Assassin (Christopher Leppek) 33-34 {"My father's sister, Mary Ann Holmes, some ten years older than he, mother of John Wilkes, Edwin and assorted other Booths. She left her mother, my grandmother, for reasons that remain unknown...}

Sherlock Holmes: The Unauthorized Biography (Nick Rennison) 242

Grandmother-in-Law

The God of the Hive (Laurie R. King) 83; A Letter of Mary (Laurie R. King) 148

Grand-nephew

Robert Holmes:
"The Case of the Burning Building" (Judie Angell) 4-5, 33-34, 37, 40-41, 59; "The Case of the Ruby Ring" (Judie Angell) 82-83, 101-102; The Case of the Alien Abductions (Sue Mongredien) 18-21, 73-75, 101, 112, 115-116, 118-120; The Case of the Blazing Star (Sue Mongredien) 68, 84, 123; The Case of the Burning Building (Stella Paskins) 18-19, 23, 46, 80, 86-88; "The Case of the Maestro's Ghost" (John Whitman) 8; "The Case of the Missing Marbles" (John Whitman) 10; "The Case of the Rising Moon" (John Whitman) 59; "The Case of the Second Sight" (John Whitman) 64-66, 81-82, 107, 115-116

Geoffrey Weston:
The Case of the Frozen Scream (Thomas Brace Haughey); The Case of the Invisible Thief (Thomas Brace Haughey) 12 {"He took delight in recreating the rustic air that characterized his grandfather Mycroft's celebrated brother. Our selection of a Baker Street office completed the picture}; The Case of the Maltese Treasure (Thomas Brace Haughey) {"I wonder what great uncle Sherlock would think if he could see us now"}

Grand-niece

Basilia "Baz" Holmes
"The Lion of Draksville" (Julian Rathbone) 167 {"...as you have often said, Basil Rathbone was the greatest portrayer of your great uncle"}

Grandparents

"The Mysterious Death At Wetherby Manor" (Ned Hubbell) 9 {"Sherlock Holmes had been married when he was very young, but the union had ended in tragedy. Within a year the lovely bride had died while giving birth to a son. In the bitterness of his grief, Holmes had turned the child over to his mother's parents..."}

The Secret Fiend (Shane Peacock) 112

Grandson

Arthur Sherlock Holmes:
The Strange Case of the End of Civilisation as we Know It (John Cleese, Jack Hobbs & Joe McGrath) 13-126

Creighton Holmes:
"The Case of the Bewildering Alibi" (Ned Hubbell) 239-259, 272-273, 284-286; "The Case of the Scientific Recluse" (Ned Hubbell) 38-39, 40-41, 42-46, 47, 48-77; "The Incriminating Glove" (Ned Hubbell) 157, 158-196; "The Kohinoor Gem Shop Burglary (Ned Hubbell) 114, 115-156; "The Murder of the Enigmatic Husband (Ned Hubbell) 197-198, 199, 200-238; "The Mysterious Death At Wetherby Manor" (Ned Hubbell) 9-10, 11-15, 16, 17-36, 37; "The Strange Death of Matthew Tidmore" (Ned Hubbell) 78-113 {"Sherlock Holmes had been married when he was very young, but the union had ended in tragedy. Within a year the lovely bride had died while giving birth to a son. In the bitterness of his grief, Holmes had turned the child over to his mother's parents...Naturally the son, who had been virtually disowned, had cared little for his father; but early in life the grandson, Creighton, had conceived a great admiration for his remarkable ancestor"}

Joseph Mahoney Holmes:
Dead Man's Confession (Cass Lewis) 20, 68-69, 102, 117, 120-127, 130, 135-138, 144, 146-147, 150, 180, 182, 184-188, 209, 222 {Son of Emmet Joseph Holmes & Rita Mahoney; Brother of Robert Sherlock Holmes; Married Tricia Tansil; Father of Peggy, Heather & Russell Holmes}

Robert Sherlock Holmes:
Dead Man's Confession (Cass Lewis) 6-32, 35-37, 40-59, 62-63, 66-70, 85-87, 89-95, 102, 104-111, 116-117, 120-126, 128, 130-149, 151,156, 167-169, 175, 179-180, 182-186, 195, 201-207, 209, 222-224, 228 {Son of Emmet Joseph Holmes & Rita Mahoney; Brother of Joseph Mahoney Holmes; Married Mary Conan; Father of Kevin Conan Holmes & Shelly Elizabeth Holmes}

Sherlock Holmes, the Third:
Sherlock's Logic (William Neblett) 1-102 {Sherlock Holmes, the Third, was indeed the grandson of the legendary detective."}

Sherlock Holmes III:
GPS Primer: Sherlock Holmes' Guide To The Global Positioning System 13-15, 17-18 {"Sherlock Holmes III, the grandson of the original Sherlock Holmes"}

Spencer Holmes:
San Francisco Kills (Denny Martin Flinn) 11-12, 14, 15-16, 18-24, 25-26, 28-35, 37-49, 50, 51-62, 63, 64-76, 77-78, 79-87, 88, 89-105, 107-120, 121, 122-133, 134, 135-139, 141-150, 151-153, 154-192, 193, 194-200; Killer Finish (Denny Martin Flinn) 13-28, 30-40, 43-55, 57-80, 82-114, 116-124, 126-127, 138-155, 159-164, 166-175, 179, 181-183, 186-189, 191, 193-206, 210, 213-217, 220, 224, 226-227, 230-240, 244, 247-253, 256-260

Solomon Holmes Loquot:
The Execution of Newcome Bowles (Allan D. Mickle) 23, 54-96, 98-106

Avalokiteshvara Milas:
The Adamantine Sherlock Holmes (Hapi) 1-5, 48, 119-120

The Beast of Backslope (Tracy Barrett) 2; The 100-Year-Old Secret (Tracy Barrett) 7, 29

Grandson's Cousin

Mycroft Holmes:
"The Case of the Bewildering Alibi" (Ned Hubbell) 255 {"We were in Cleveland, where [Creighton] Holmes...visited a cousin, Mycroft Holmes."}

Great Aunt

Julia Vernet
"Mycroft's Great Game" (Gary Lovisi) 104, 128 {"...our guardian, Great Aunt Julia Vernet..."}

Maria Theresa Vernet:
The Childhood of Sherlock Holmes (Mona Morstein) 275 {"We learned in a letter from Horace Vernet's second wife - Marie Theresa Vernet - that Vernet had passed away."}

"A Ballad of the White Plague" (P.C.Hodgell) 217 {"[Charles Vernet's] first wife, a Frenchwoman, did not survive Blanche's birth"}

"A Ballad of the White Plague" (P.C.Hodgell) 217 {"[Charles Vernet's] second wife, the daughter of a minor Wallachian diplomat, died...leaving behind twin infant girls, Alice and Alyse"}

The Childhood of Sherlock Holmes (Mona Morstein) 62 {"The daughter of one of the owners of a textile firm in Huddersfield"; Wife of Brian Mycroft Holmes}

The Childhood of Sherlock Holmes (Mona Morstein) 266 {"My grandfather's sister...[beheaded in the French Revolution] for being married to an architect who knew a prince}

Great-Grandaughter

Diana Irene Adler:
"The Adventure of the Gowanus Abduction" (Joyce Harrington) 164-178 {"My middle name is Irene, as you know, and my great-grandmother was an opera singer. She died young, but not before leaving a child. Who the father of that child was has always been a family mystery. He was known not to have been Irene Adler's husband, nor, as sometimes rumored, was he the King of Bohemia. I think I have solved that mystery."}

Heather Holmes:
Dead Man's Confession (Cass Lewis) 68, 226, 228 {Daughter of Joseph Mahoney Holmes & Tricia Tansil; Sister of Peggy & Russell Holmes}

Peggy Holmes:
Dead Man's Confession (Cass Lewis) 68, 226, 228 {Daughter of Joseph Mahoney Holmes & Tricia Tansil; Sister of Heather & Russell Holmes}

Shelly Elizabeth Holmes:
Dead Man's Confession (Cass Lewis) 1-229 {Daughter of Robert Sherlock Holmes & Mary Conan; Sister of Kevin Conan Holmes}

Great Grandfather

Carle Vernet:
"A Ballad of the White Plague" (P.C.Hodgell) 217, 230 {"You have heard me mention my maternal great-grandfather, the French painter Carle Vernet...Besides his son Horace, also an artist, he had another son, Charles, who became a doctor.}
The Dorking Gap Affair (Glen Petrie) 134

Mycroft William Holmes:
The Childhood of Sherlock Holmes (Mona Morstein)
61-62, 65 {"Mycroft William Holmes was Sherlock's paternal great-grandfather, born in 1742. His elder brother died as an adolescent after a fall from a horse and his sister married a man from Canterbury and moved there. of his younger brother I know nothing...he and his family eventually had a total rending of all connexions"; Married Grace Winsby; Father of Brian Mycroft Holmes & John Scott Holmes}

Sir Seymour Holmes:
Sherlock Holmes: The Unauthorized Biography (Nick Rennison) 4, 13

Great Grandmother

Alvermina Holmes
The Spiritglass Charade (Colleen Gleason) 117

Grace Holmes (née Winsby):
The Childhood of Sherlock Holmes (Mona Morstein)
61-62, 65 {Married Mycroft William Holmes; Mother of Brian Mycroft Holmes & John Scott Holmes}

Great Grand-niece

Shirley Holmes:
"The Case of the Blazing Star" (Judie Angell) 4-41; "The Case of the Burning Building" (Judie Angell) 1-59; "The Case of the King of Hearts" (Judie Angell) 45-89; "The Case of the Ruby Ring" (Judie Angell) 63-118; The Case of the Disappearing Dragon (Narinder Dhami) 5-111; The Case of the Alien Abductions (Sue Mongredien) 7-12, 17-50, 53-70, 123; The Case of the Blazing Star (Sue Mongredien) 7-123; The Case of the Burning Building (Stella Paskins) 7-12, 17-52, 55-58, 60-100, 104-107, 110-124; "The Case of the Maestro's Ghost" (John Whitman) 2-58; "The Case of the Missing Marbles" (John Whitman) 3-39; "The Case of the Rising Moon" (John Whitman) 48-90; "The Case of the Second Sight" (John Whitman) 63-116

Great Grandson

Kevin Conan Holmes:
Dead Man's Confession (Cass Lewis) 14, 31-34, 40, 43, 62-63, 95, 123, 126-127, 130, 133, 135-140, 144, 146-147, 181-186 {Son of Robert Sherlock Holmes & Mary Conan; Brother of Shelly Elizabeth Holmes}

Russell Holmes:
Dead Man's Confession (Cass Lewis) 68-69, 122, 226, 228 {Son of Joseph Mahoney Holmes & Tricia Tansil; Brother of Peggy & Heather Holmes}

The Beast of Backslope (Tracy Barrett) 2; The 100-Year-Old Secret (Tracy Barrett) 3, 6, 29

Great-Great-Aunt

Lady Elizabeth Traymore:
The Tale Not Told (Constance Wilder-Wokoun)
19-21, 23, 27-48, 50-53, 55-63

The Childhood of Sherlock Holmes (Mona Morstein) 61

Great-Great Grandson

Mr Holmes
The Beast of Backslope (Tracy Barrett) 2, 4, 8-10, 12, 18-22, 47-52, 54-56, 59-60, 77-79, 81, 83, 85-86, 91-92, 94-95, 102, 118, 121, 140, 144, 152, 161, 169-170; The 100-Year-Old Secret (Tracy Barrett) 1, 3, 5, 29-31, 54, 58-59, 63, 66, 69, 72-73, 78, 90, 95, 105, 115-116, 139, 153-155

Great-Great-Great Granddaughter

Xena Holmes
The Beast of Backslope (Tracy Barrett) 1-174; The 100-Year-Old Secret (Tracy Barrett) 1-155

Great-Great-Great-Grandfather

George Riley Mycroft:
Sherlock Holmes: The Unauthorized Biography (Nick Rennison) 7-8

Pierre:
The Case of the Revolutionist's Daughter (Lewis S. Feuer)
115 {"My grandmother Vernet used to tell us how her great-grandfather Pierre was a high judge in bordeaux, and descended from the sage Montaigne, who was the city's mayor"}

Great-Great-Great Grandson

Xander Holmes
The Beast of Backslope (Tracy Barrett) 1-174; The 100-Year-Old Secret (Tracy Barrett) 1-155

Great-Great-Great-Uncle

Claude Joseph Vernet
A Monstrous Regiment of Women (Laurie R. King)

Great-Great-Uncle

The Childhood of Sherlock Holmes (Mona Morstein) 61 {"Mycroft William Holmes was Sherlock's paternal great-grandfather, born in 1742. His elder brother died as an adolescent after a fall from a horse and his sister married a man from Canterbury and moved there. of his younger brother I know nothing...he and his family eventually had a total rending of all connexions"}

Great-Uncle

Brian Mycroft Holmes:
The Childhood of Sherlock Holmes (Mona Morstein)
61-62, 64, 69 {Son of Mycroft William Holmes & Grace Winsby; Brother of John Scott Holmes; "Married the daughter of one of the owners of a textile firm in Huddersfield"}

Joseph Sherlock:
Sherlock Holmes: The Unauthorized Biography (Nick Rennison) 8

Carle Vernet:
I, Sherlock Holmes (Michael Harrison) 32 {"My great-uncle, Carle Vernet"}

Dr. Charles Vernet:
"A Ballad of the White Plague" (P.C.Hodgell) 217-219, 221-222, 227, 229, 231 {"You have heard me mention my maternal great-grandfather, the French painter Carle Vernet...Besides his son Horace, also an artist, he had another son, Charles, who became a doctor.}

Horace (Emile-Jean-Horace) Vernet:
"The Case of the Choleric Cotton Broker" (Martin Edwards) 265

I, Sherlock Holmes (Michael Harrison) 10 {"My grandmother...was a sister of Horace Vernet."}

"A Ballad of the White Plague" (P.C.Hodgell) 217 {"You have heard me mention my maternal great-grandfather, the French painter Carle Vernet...Besides his son Horace, also an artist, he had another son, Charles, who became a doctor.}

A Monstrous Regiment of Women (Laurie R. King) 67

The Childhood of Sherlock Holmes (Mona Morstein) 63, 275

The Dorking Gap Affair (Glen Petrie) 134

"The Mystery of the Missing Child" (Christine Poulson) 245

Sherlock Holmes: The Unauthorized Biography (Nick Rennison) 5-6, 9

"The Kidnapping of Alice Braddon" (Katie Raynes) 53

"The Comfort of the Seine" (Stephen Volk) 8

Great-Uncle-In-Law

A Letter of Mary (Laurie R. King) 5

Half-Sister

Violet Sigerson: Sherlock in Love (Sena Jeter Naslund) [aka Nannerl / Victor Sigerson] 5, 9-11, 14-15, 18-19, 21, 23-27, 31-35, 42-47, 50-92, 94, 96-111, 114-123, 125-130, 142-143, 145-155, 157-159, 161, 168-173, 175, 177-182, 184-189, 191, 193-204, 206-225 {"I am an orphan, and I do not know where I was born. I grew up in England, in Birmingham, until the age of thirteen, and then I was sent to live with the family of a distant cousin in Munich" / "'Naturally,' Irene spoke with such sadness, 'you could not marry your own brother.' 'My half-brother. We shared the same musical mother.'"}

Lover / Girlfriend

Irene Adler: San Francisco Kills (Denny Martin Flinn) 26-28; The Language of Bees (Laurie R. King) 16, 22-23, 25-30, 38, 40, 50, 55, 62, 80, 93-94, 96, 101-104, 115, 195-197, 199, 233-235, 244, 299, 312, 345, 412

An English Countess: The Execution of Newcome Bowles (Allan D. Mickle) 56, 58

The Widow Han: Sherlock Holmes and the Giant Rat of Sumatra (Alan Vanneman) 215-237, 240, 241-242, 247, 248, 251-255, 259-260, 272, 275, 292-296, 299, 311

Matilde Huber: The Holmes Factor (Brian Freemantle) 1-2, 4-5, 228, 237, 308; The Holmes Inheritance (Brian Freemantle) 7, 13-18, 31, 88-89, 223, 343

Martha Hudson: "The Dollmaker of Marigold Walk" (Barbara Hambly) 37; Sherlock Holmes's War of the Worlds (Manly W. Wellman & Wade Wellman)

Vivian S. LaGraine: The Secret of Sherlock Holmes (Gary F. Boothe) 16, 8-19, 21-27, 35, 39, 62, 104

Lillie Langtry: Wilde About Holmes (Milo Yelesiyevich) 17-27, 71-74, 81-85, 88, 92-93, 95-96, 98, 100-101, 103, 106, 110-117, 119-128, 129, 130-133, 137-139, 140, 143-144, 147, 149-160, 162, 164, 176, 178, 182, 183-184, 186-187, 190, 192-194, 197-198, 199-200, 201-204, 207, 212, 215-216, 228, 230, 234, 246-247, 250, 252, 255-257, 258, 259-261, 296, 301, 305, 307-308, 309, 313-358

Laura: The Secret of Sherlock Holmes (Gary F. Boothe) 26 {"When I was at university, there was Laura. We were to be married whewn I completed my studies. She was the caretaker's daughter, and I loved her more than life itself...Laura...was killed. Shot...Moriarty had the deed done."}

Violet Rushdale: The Crack in the Lens (Darlene A. Cypser) 10-12, 16, 27-31, 33-34, 36-40, 43, 45-46, 50-65, 79-81, 85-88, 91-92, 101-106, 128, 133-135, 150, 155, 157-160, 162-163, 165-166, 168-171, 174, 180, 183, 185-189, 193-197, 201, 203-205, 209-216, 218-221, 230-241, 246-247, 249-251, 254, 256, 258, 260, 267, 272-277, 280, 283-284

Elizabeth Sigerson: Chronicles of the Lost Years (Tracy Cooper-Posey); The Case of the Reluctant Agent (Tracy Cooper-Posey) 20, 22-24, 27-30, 45-46, 54-57, 78-79, 85, 87-89, 92, 94-102, 106-149, 150, 151, 153-158, 162, 164-176, 179-193, 195-196, 204-208, 210-211, 213, 217-218

The Angel of the Opera (Sam Siciliano) 142, 171 {"She was very beautiful...she married a handsome future earl"}

Mother

Dana
Shadowblood (Tracy Revels) 60; Shadowfall (Tracy Revels) 75, 129 {"My mother is a fairy named Dana...she loved a mortal man, and took the guise of a human woman in order to be his wife"}

Augustine Dupin
"The Questionable Parentage of Basil Grant" (R. Bostoun Cromer) 59

Carla "Violet" Holmes
Dead Man's Confession (Cass Lewis) {Wife of Robert Holmes}

Estelle Holmes
The Language of Bees (Laurie R. King) 235

Lady Eudoria Vernet Holmes
The Case of the Bizarre Bouquets (Nancy Springer) 7, 9, 12, 17, 31, 45, 63-64, 79, 81-84, 87-88, 93, 102-103, 115-117, 129-130, 137-139, 151; The Case of the Cryptic Crinoline (Nancy Springer) 32, 39, 50, 97-98, 104, 112-113, 147-148, 153-155, 159; The Case of the Left-Handed Lady (Nancy Springer) 2-3, 8, 13-17, 19, 22, 24-31, 46-47, 59-60, 65, 90, 113-115, 118-120, 125, 130, 133-135, 139-141, 145, 149-150, 168-169, 222, 227, 232-234; The Case of the Missing Marquess (Nancy Springer) 5-14, 16-21, 23-24, 27-28, 32, 34-36, 39-52, 54-56, 58-83, 86, 88-90, 93, 95-96, 98, 100, 104-105, 115, 119-121, 134, 155, 199-200, 204-208, 212-214; The Case of the Peculiar Pink Fan (Nancy Springer) 3, 6-7, 14, 51-52, 71, 81, 89, 112-119, 125, 173-176, 181-182

Rachel Holmes
"The Aristotelian" (Steve Poling) 5-6, 8, 13, 15-19, 22-24, 26-27, 29-31, 41-42, 47-53, 55-57, 64, 67, 70-71, 75, 85, 93, 96

Rose Sherrinford Holmes
Becoming Holmes (Shane Peacock) 1, 7, 9, 16, 42, 84, 90, 98, 100, 106, 120, 145, 174, 183, 185, 192, 199, 202-203, 206, 240, 243-244; Eye of the Crow (Shane Peacock) 6-7, 11-21, 27, 29-30, 33, 35-36, 4-46, 52, 55-57, 66, 91, 96, 107-108, 110-112, 117, 134, 142, 150-151, 155, 159-164, 168, 172, 180-184, 189, 196-199, 202, 208, 216-219, 226, 229-232, 235, 237-238, 241-242, 244, 247-249; Death in the Air (Shane Peacock) 5-7, 16-18, 28, 39, 54, 60, 66, 98, 118, 143, 145-146, 168, 177, 199, 212, 221, 243, 249, 253; The Secret Fiend (Shane Peacock) 4, 16, 59, 63-64, 68, 83, 91, 97, 112, 114, 118, 127, 142, 184, 217, 243; Vanishing Girl (Shane Peacock) 9, 26-28, 53, 62, 71, 94, 97, 109, 111, 114, 122, 171, 184, 190, 192, 301; The Dragon Turn (Shane Peacock) 53, 81, 87-90, 92, 159, 188, 219

Catherine Simone Lecomte-Vernet
The Childhood of Sherlock Holmes (Mona Morstein) 63-326

Violet Mycroft
Sherlock Holmes: The Unauthorized Biography (Nick Rennison) 7-12, 15

Violet Sherrinford
The Angel of the Opera (Sam Siciliano) vii {"Holmes was my truest friend and my cousin, his mother, Violet Sherrinford, being my mother's sister."}

The Second War of the Worlds (George H. Smith) 68 {"Your mother was Violet Sherrinford..."}

Sherlock Holmes: My Life (Lawrence R. Spencer) 169, 174

Miss Sigerson
"Inga Sigerson Weds" (Richard A. Lupoff) 2-3, 5-11, 13-14, 16-17, 20, 25-26

Violet
A Samba for Sherlock (Jô Soares) 155, 158

Mycroft Holmes (Kareem Abdul-Jabbar & Anna Waterhouse) 11, 59-60, 67-68, 82

The Dark Lady (Irene Adler) 40-41, 97-98, 162, 215, 221-224, 233-236

"Ideal Interviews: Sherlock Holmes" (Anyhow) 102

Sherlock Holmes: The Army of Dr Moreau (Guy Adams) 251

Young Sherlock Holmes (Alan Arnold) 25, 180-185; {"Mother came from an old country family, Father from an anglo-Indian one. His father had been in the Indian army in Delhi."}

The Secret of Sherlock Holmes (Gary F. Boothe) 26 {"My mother. She betrayed my father, and he, a Methodist minister, killed her for it!....for a tumble with a farrier"}

Winter at Death’s Hotel (Kenneth Cameron) 135

Watson's Last Case (Ian Charnock) 129, 155-158, 161; {"Sherlock was more like the French mother. He married a local girl and they had two children, Mycroft & Sherlock. They all lived in the large house at Holme Hope"}

The Crack in the Lens (Darlene A. Cypser) 1-4, 9, 14-17, 19-21, 23-24, 32, 35, 41-43, 62, 81, 85-86, 94-97, 103, 107, 111-112, 128, 130, 137-138, 165, 185-187, 204, 214, 216, 220, 223-224, 228, 232, 262-263

Sherlock Holmes' Last Case (Robert D'Artagnan) 291 {"Say even, for the sake of argument, that you had the same father and mother. That does not make Moriarty your brother. Not in anything except the narrowest biological sense."}

Femme Fatale (Carole Nelson Douglas) 422

"The Adventure of the Honourable Cracksman" (M J Elliott) 28

Absolute Discretion (Grant Eustace) 177

"And The Rest" (C.D. Ewing) 364

Against the Brotherhood (Quinn Fawcett) 24 {"My own mother took to salving her unhappiness with [laudanum]"}

Embassy Row (Quinn Fawcett) 345

The Case of the Revolutionist's Daughter (Lewis S. Feuer) 69, 131 {"My mother was advised to emulate Harriet Taylor and George Eliot."}

Young Sherlock: The Adventure At Ferryman's Creek (Gerald Frow) 89 {"If Mycroft gives you any trouble, just do what Mother always used to do. Ignore him."}

Young Sherlock: The Mystery of the Manor House (Gerald Frow) 8, 13-14, 17, 52

"Lost Boys" (Cornelia Funke) 176

The Strange Return of Sherlock Holmes (Barry Grant) 100

Faction Paradox: Erasing Sherlock (Kelly Hale) 27, 30

Exit Sherlock Holmes (Robert Lee Hall) 237

I, Sherlock Holmes (Michael Harrison) 10-11

Sherlock Holmes and the Fall River Tragedy (Owen Haskell) 14

Enter the Lion (Michael P. Hodel & Sean M. Wright) 172 {"My [Mycroft's] thoughts hastened back to the comforting presence of my mother's voice, reading to us from the family Bible."}

A Study in Darkness (Emma Jane Holloway) 41-44, 46, 68, 71, 78-80, 94, 98, 129, 132-133, 148, 163, 185, 218, 223, 228, 252, 454

A Study in Silks (Emma Jane Holloway) 2-3, 13, 15, 18, 22-23, 103, 127-134, 136, 193, 206, 303, 344, 354, 383, 442, 448, 495, 517-518

A Study in Ashes (Emma Jane Holloway) 135, 502, 509, 660-661

The House of Silk (Anthony Horowitz) 185

"A Ballad of the White Plague" (P.C.Hodgell) 220

"The Mysterious Death At Wetherby Manor" (Ned Hubbell) 9 {"Sherlock Holmes had been married when he was very young, but the union had ended in tragedy. Within a year the lovely bride had died while giving birth to a son. In the bitterness of his grief, Holmes had turned the child over to his mother's parents..."}

"The Adventure of the Grand Old Man" (H. Paul Jeffers) 197

Night Watch (Stephen Kendrick) 136 {"Not for the first time, I wondered if Mycroft and Sherlock had had different mothers."}

Garment of Shadows (Laurie R. King) 38

The Great Game (Michael Kurland) 197

Black Ice (Andrew Lane) 142, 158

Death Cloud (Andrew Lane) 11. 13-14, 19, 39, 45, 96, 159, 163, 252, 280

Fire Storm (Andrew Lane) 103-104, 149-150

Knife Edge (Andrew Lane) 3, 16, 61, 277

"The Last Professor Moriarty Story" (Andrew Lane) 358

Red Leech (Andrew Lane) 18, 20, 45

Snake Bite (Andrew Lane) 7, 162

All-Consuming Fire (Andy Lane) 256 {" 'Two meetings in a month,' said Sherringford Holmes...'Wouldn't Mother have been pleased to see how well we're getting along?' "}

The Surrogate Assassin (Christopher Leppek) 33

"The Adventure of the Boulevard Assassin" (Richard A. Lupoff) 216

Art in the Blood (Bonnie MacBird) 39

"The Singular Case of the Unrepentant Husband" (William Patrick Maynard) 79

The Seven-Per-Cent Solution (Nicholas Meyer) 215-217

The Great Detective at the Crucible of Life (Thos. Kent Miller) 59

The Disappearance of Sherlock Holmes (Larry Millett) 54-55 {"His mother was very clever - far more so, Holmes thought, than his father - as her scandalous and long-secret affair with a local don was later to demonstrate with tragic consequences"}

Sherlock in Love (Sena Jeter Naslund) 108-109, 214, 223 {"'Naturally,' Irene spoke with such sadness, 'you could not marry your own [Violet Sigerson's] brother.' 'My half-brother. We shared the same musical mother.'"}

"The Mystery of the Missing Child" (Christine Poulson) 245

Scarlet In Gaslight (Martin Powell & Seppo Makinen)

Sherlock Holmes's Tibetan Adventure (John F. Rice) 146

"The Adventure of Ricoletti of the Club Foot (and his abominable wife)" (Roberta Rogow) 149 {"My mother was related to the French painter, Vernet."}

The Holmes-Dracula File (Fred Saberhagen) 220, 222-225;

Séance for a Vampire (Fred Saberhagen) 125 {"The main problem...had been the vampirism, developed after her sons were born, of Mycroft's and Sherlock's mother."}

Whitechapel: The Final Stand of Sherlock Holmes (Bernard J. Schaffer) 219-220

The Fifth Heart (Dan Simmons) 492

Sherlock Holmes and the Lady in Black (June Thomson) 170

"Death and No Consequences" (Richard K. Tobin) 91, 94

"The Kidnapping of Mycroft Holmes" (Peter Tremayne) 212

"The Specter of Tullyfane Abbey" (Peter Tremayne) 55 {"I believe the name Sherlock came from his maternal side, his mother being of another well established Anglo-Irish family"}

The Mycroft Memoranda (Ray Walsh) 145

The Tale Not Told (Constance Wilder-Wokoun) 11-12, 19-20, 23, 30, 32-33, 35, 45-47, 49, 51

Wilde About Holmes (Milo Yelesiyevich) 169, 188

Mother-in-law

Judith Russell (Klein)
A Letter of Mary (Laurie R. King) 26, 62, 70, 139, 148; Locked Rooms (Laurie R. King) 18-19, 23-24, 37, 39, 41-42, 45-48, 51, 54-60, 62, 64, 68-69, 75-76, 78-79, 81, 85-88, 92, 101-112, 114-116, 118-119, 122, 125, 130-133, 138, 148-150, 167, 178-180, 182, 187-188, 191-193, 198, 203, 207, 209, 214-215, 221, 234, 236-238, 243, 245-246, 249-250, 255, 262, 265-266, 268-271, 273, 288-290, 293-300, 306, 320, 327, 330-331, 337, 340, 344-346, 348, 353-354, 358-360, 363-364, 367, 369-373, 382-383, 394, 396, 400-401
Dreaming Spies (Laurie R. King) 190, 249; The Game (Laurie R. King) 46; Garment of Shadows (Laurie R. King) 94; The God of the Hive (Laurie R. King) 38, 98; Justice Hall (Laurie R. King) 18, 29, 65, 152, 269, 315; The Language of Bees (Laurie R. King) 131, 162, 363, 398; A Monstrous Regiment of Women (Laurie R. King) 94, 134, 143, 145, 174, 190, 192, 261, 264, 268; The Moor (Laurie R. King) 87, 145, 183

Nanny / Nursemaid

"The Case of the Tell-Tale Hands" (Donald Thomas) 27; "The House that Jack Built" (Edward Wellen) 279

Nephew

Basil Grant: "The Questionable Parentage of Basil Grant" (R. Bostoun Cromer) 57-59

Rupert Grant: "The Questionable Parentage of Basil Grant" (R. Bostoun Cromer) 56-58

Andrew Holmes: "The Affair of the Midnight Midget (Ardath Mayhar) 234, 235, 236-239, 240-241, 242 {"Mr. Holmes' [brother Mycroft] contracted a marriage with a young woman who died after producing an infant. This child was reared by a distant cousin."}

Fetlock Jones: A Double-Barrelled Detective Story (Mark Twain) 57-71, 75, 96-97, 110-113, 114-116, 117, 122-123, 125, 126, 147-149, 152-153, 154, 155-156, 177

Alexander Osteire: The Strange Adventures of Charlotte Holmes (Hilary Bailey) 172-176, 187-191, 193-205, 207, 209-210, 211, 213-214, 216, 217-218, 219-220

The Curse of the Nibelung (Marcel D'Agneau) 170 {"Mycroft had had a son, of course, but he had been wasted on the battlefield of the Somme; only the daughter, Isobella Holmes, married to some American diplomat in Washington, was left to carry on the genes."}

The Case of the Alien Abductions (Sue Mongredien) 8; The Case of the Burning Building (Stella Paskins) 8

Niece

Evelina Cooper: A Study in Silks (Emma Jane Holloway) 1-42, 46, 58, 64-68, 70, 72, 74-82, 88-90, 103-104, 106-107, 122-143, 151-152, 159, 162-175, 177, 185, 187-194, 197-216, 219, 223-225, 240, 243-267, 269-273, 276-285, 302-308, 311-313, 317-345, 353-365, 368, 375-376, 381-396, 398, 406, 409, 411-428, 433, 435-455, 458-471, 473-497, 500-510, 512-513, 515-531;
A Study in Darkness (Emma Jane Holloway) 3, 21, 23-47, 50-51, 65-105, 109, 113-135, 137, 139-141, 144-193, 198, 202-203, 206, 209-212, 215, 217-224, 227-231, 235, 244-263, 265-270, 274-275, 279, 283, 285, 290-294, 296-331, 334, 342-374, 392, 397, 408-421, 423-424, 426-436, 441-452, 454, 457, 460-470, 473-479, 483, 487-491, 493-495, 497-503, 505-513
A Study in Ashes (Emma Jane Holloway) 1-20, 26, 34, 45-53, 57, 71-75, 83, 94, 96-102, 105, 108-110, 129-130, 132-144, 157, 166, 174-192, 194-196, 200, 202-210, 222-233, 238-240, 250-259, 261, 272, 277, 280, 296-299, 301-332, 339, 347-348, 350, 353-355, 357-363, 367, 373, 376-378, 381, 390, 394-395, 402, 404, 407, 416, 422, 437, 439, 442-453, 455-472, 477-480, 499-513, 535-539, 543-551, 556-557, 567-593, 607-614, 617, 619-628, 630, 635, 638, 641-655, 657, 659-661

Violet Hargreave: "Codeine (7 Per Cent)" (Christopher Morley) 423-426 {"Violet's mother married Sherlock's friend, Wilson Hargreave. She was Sibyl Holmes."}

Alvermina 'Mina' Holmes: The Clockwork Scarab (Colleen Gleason) 3-46 , 55-64, 68-81, 83-122, 132-172, 180, 190, 201-250, 252, 255, 257-263, 265-270, 272-273, 276-279, 281-295, 297-313, 316-328, 330-350
The Spiritglass Charade (Colleen Gleason) 3-26, 28-31, 33, 35, 38, 42, 59-152, 155-195, 201-224, 227, 231-256, 258, 260-271, 282, 286-317, 319-320, 322-324, 326-328, 330-354

Violet Holmes: "The Eye of Oran" (Win Scott Eckert) 28-32, 33, 34-39; "The Shades of Pemberley" (Win Scott Eckert) 14; "The Vanishing Devil" (Win Scott Eckert) 60; The Evil in Pemberley House (Philip José Farmer & Win Scott Eckert) 81, 119-120, 173

Isobella Holmes: The Curse of the Nibelung (Marcel D'Agneau) 170 {"Mycroft had had a son, of course, but he had been wasted on the battlefield of the Somme; only the daughter, Isobella Holmes, married to some American diplomat in Washington, was left to carry on the genes."}

Lucile: "A Study in Fiction" (M.C. Stretch) 1

Parents

Young Sherlock Holmes (Alan Arnold) 180 {"I was eleven at the time...My parents were not old. they had married in their teens. But it was a marriage to which my mother's family had been opposed. They must have loved one another. Yet I could not recall a time when they had been happy. something was very wrong, now. The marriage was in trouble."}

The Strange Adventures of Charlotte Holmes (Hilary Bailey) 141 {"You, the child of respectable middle-class parents..."}

"The Singular Affair of the Aluminium Crutch" (Ian Charnock) 115 {"I had a little money from my parents"}

Watson's Last Case (Ian Charnock) 134, 143 {"Holmes told me that when his brother Mycroft went to University his parents had taken him away" / 'When our parents suggested that I [Mycroft] became a journalist or a diplomat, I blanched."}

A Slight Trick of the Mind (Mitch Cullin) 197 {"...his parents' Yorkshire country house"}

Sherlock Holmes' Last Case (Robert D'Artagnan) 246-247, 253-258, 326-328

The Veiled Detective (David Stuart Davies) 154

"The Adventure of the Cripple Parade" (John L. DeAndrea) 280 {"Mycroft who was seven years my senior, had been left the task of raising me almost singlehandedly. It was one of those situations - the parents are too busy..."}

"And The Rest" (C.D. Ewing) 364

Young Sherlock: The Adventure At Ferryman's Creek (Gerald Frow) 5 {"His parents' bankruptcy had forced them to flee abroad"}

Young Sherlock: The Mystery of the Manor House (Gerald Frow) 5, 14, 17, 52;

Exit Sherlock Holmes (Robert Lee Hall) 87, 237

Prisoner of the Devil (Michael Hardwick) 213, 227, 384

Sherlock Holmes and the Fall River Tragedy (Owen Haskell) 32

The House of Silk (Anthony Horowitz) 117

The Beekeeper's Apprentice (Laurie R. King) 24 {"You come from a moderately wealthy background, though your relationship with your parents was not entirely a happy one. to this day you wonder about them..."}

The Surrogate Assassin (Christopher Leppek) 33, 53 {In April of eighteen sixty-five. I overheard my parents speak of John Wilkes Booth - the only time the name was ever mentioned within our household"}

Art in the Blood (Bonnie MacBird) 147

"The Adventure of the Illustrious Patient" (Michael Mallory) 73 {"Mycroft & Sherlock - what could their parents have been thinking?"}

The West End Horror (Nicholas Meyer) 82

The Great Detective at the Crucible of Life (Thos. Kent Miller) 59

The Dorking Gap Affair (Glen Petrie) 22

Sherlock Holmes’s Tibetan Adventure (John F. Rice) 20, 104, 148-150, 154, 202 {"My parents were both killed in a train accident twenty years ago...I remember as I turned from their grave in Crowborough..."}

The Holmes-Dracula File (Fred Saberhagen) 220, 222

A Samba for Sherlock (Jô Soares) 91 {"I was there [La Scala, Milan] with my parents, who were great friends of Maestro Terziani."}

"The Case of a Boy’s Honour" (Donald Thomas) 20

"The Case of the Racing Certainty" (Donald Thomas) 31

Sherlock Holmes and the Lady in Black (June Thomson) 170

Sherlock Holmes ~ The Way of All Flesh (Daniel Ward) 20

"The Sect of the Salamander" (Ron Weighell) 93 {'[Bertini] praised me and offered me a place, which my parents would not allow me to accept, at the [fencing] salon."}

Wilde About Holmes (Milo Yelesiyevich) 279

Parents-in-law

"The Mysterious Death at Wetherby Manor (Ned Hubbell) 9

Pets

Cat:
Charles Augustus: "The Adventure of the Second Generation" (Ken Greenwald) 15

Dupin: Sherlock Holmes and the Red Demon (Larry Millett) 204

Mehatabel: Young Sherlock Holmes (Alan Arnold) 180

The Werewolf Club Meets Oliver Twit (Daniel & Jill Pinkwater) 56; Ten Years Beyond Baker Street (Cay Van Ash) 26

Dog:
A rough little terrier: The Veiled Detective (David Stuart Davies) 154

Sandy: The Crack in the Lens (Darlene A. Cypser) 5-7, 10-13, 32-33, 61, 64, 101, 189, 195, 200, 202-203, 231, 234-236

Sir Lancelot: Sherlock Holmes and the Shakespeare Letter (Barry Grant) 8

Horse:
Gale: The Crack in the Lens (Darlene A. Cypser) 5-8, 10, 12-13, 25-26, 31-35, 38-40, 50-52, 60, 64-65, 86-88, 100-103, 150, 158, 160, 166, 170-171, 195-198, 202-204

Spider:
The Grimswell Curse (Sam Siciliano) 128

Relatives (Unspecified)

Thomas Darby:
Shadowblood (Tracy Revels) 60

Tom Holmes:
I, Sherlock Holmes (Michael Harrison) 4-5, 8, 56 {"My venerable relative, son of the Tory Whip of George IV's day, and on of the earliest promoters...of the Union Club."}

Vernet Family:
Garment of Shadows (Laurie R. King) 38
The Case of the Missing Marquess (Nancy Springer) 86
"Hounded" (Stephen Volk) 25 {"A relative named Vernet from Aix-en-Provence"}

Marie Worth (née Vernet):
Irene's Last Waltz (Carole Nelson Douglas)
183, 298, 302 {"The French branch of my family is related to [Charles Frederick Worth's] wife, Marie, who was born a Vernet"}

"The Return of Sherlock Holmes" (E.F. Benson & Eustace H. Miles) 15

Shadowblood (Tracy Revels) 61, 184

Shadowfall (Tracy Revels) 45 {"To look upon the faces of my relations, I would have to journey into the Shadows, where those whose bloodlines I share reside."}

"The Adventure of the Extraterrestrial" (Mack Reynolds) 158 {"I have wondered if it wasn't a mistake to allow his relatives to coax me into returning to the rooms at 221B Baker Street to act as his companion in his final years"}

Sherlock Holmes’s Tibetan Adventure (John F. Rice) 8, 222 {"...France. Where I have relatives."}

The Grimswell Curse (Sam Siciliano) 91

Death on a Pale Horse (Donald Thomas) 93

Relative by Marriage

A.J. Raffles
Mrs Hudson and the Spirits' Curse (Martin Davies) 162 {"I can boast of being related to Mr. Holmes by marriage"}

Second Cousin

Paul Delarouche:
The Childhood of Sherlock Holmes (Mona Morstein)
64

Edward:
The Childhood of Sherlock Holmes (Mona Morstein) 193

The Fairburn Daughters:
The Childhood of Sherlock Holmes (Mona Morstein) 186, 190-191, 200

Lieutenant Commander Holmes-Derringer
"The Case of the Hygienic Husband" (Donald Thomas) 188-189

Christopher Parsons:
"The Adventure of the Missing Rubies" (Tony Reynolds) 165, 167, 170-171, 174, 184-188

Verner:
The Childhood of Sherlock Holmes (Mona Morstein)
64, 163

Louise Vernet:

The Childhood of Sherlock Holmes (Mona Morstein) 63-64

The Childhood of Sherlock Holmes (Mona Morstein) 193

Sister

Marianne Cooper:
A Study in Silks (Emma Jane Holloway) 12, 23, 46, 65, 90, 103, 127-129, 131-132, 134, 173, 303, 342, 383, 386-387, 440-441, 517; A Study in Darkness (Emma Jane Holloway) 29, 71, 93, 100, 133, 155, 203, 499; A Study in Ashes (Emma Jane Holloway) 3, 661

Sibyl Hargreave:
"Codeine (7 Per Cent)" (Christopher Morley) 422-423 {"'That was an ingenious surmise of yours...about Holmes having a sister.' 'No surmise at all...I knew her. Or rather, to be exact, I know her daughter. Violet Hargreave; she works for me...Violet's mother married Sherlock's friend, Wilson Hargreave. She was Sibyl Holmes'"}

Charlotte Holmes:
The Strange Adventures of Charlotte Holmes (Hilary Bailey)
10-12, 13-16, 17, 18-23, 24, 25-27, 28, 29-30, 31, 32-45, 46, 47-68, 69, 70-75, 76, 77-80, 81-83, 84-95, 96, 97-102, 103-105, 106, 107, 108, 109, 110-120, 121, 122, 123, 124-125, 126-127, 128-140, 141, 142-160, 161, 162-171, 172, 173-182, 184-206, 209-215, 216, 217, 218, 219-220 {"The Holmes family is perhaps too rational. two rational brothers, bachelors, not young, and yourself, also unmarried, following in their footsteps"}

Black Ice (Andrew Lane) 142

Death Cloud (Andrew Lane) 14, 19, 27, 39, 45, 159, 162-163, 252

Knife Edge (Andrew Lane) 16

Red Leech (Andrew Lane) 51-52, 320

Elisabeth Inga Holmes:
"Inga Sigerson Weds" (Richard A. Lupoff) 1-32

Emma Holmes
Fire Storm (Andrew Lane) 9, 150; Snake Bite (Andrew Lane) 162

Enola Holmes:
The Case of the Bizarre Bouquets (Nancy Springer) 7-165, 169-170; The Case of the Cryptic Crinoline (Nancy Springer) 6-149, 152-160; The Case of the Left-Handed Lady (Nancy Springer) 1-86, 88-234; The Case of the Missing Marquess (Nancy Springer) 1-214; The Case of the Peculiar Pink Fan (Nancy Springer) 1-183

Genevieve (Jenny) Holmes:
Faction Paradox: Erasing Sherlock (Kelly Hale) 27, 101, 182-183

Marion Holmes
"The Questionable Parentage of Basil Grant" (R. Bostoun Cromer) 52-60

Violet Holmes:
The Dark Lady (Irene Adler) 33, 224, 236
Eye of the Crow (Shane Peacock) 17-18
Vanishing Girl (Shane Peacock) 109

Sister-in-law

Amanda Courtney:
The Crack in the Lens (Darlene A. Cypser) 22-24, 41-45, 73-78, 80, 85, 87, 103, 108, 113-128, 131, 134, 137-138, 165, 176-177, 182, 200, 204, 207-209, 213, 217-218, 222-226, 228, 232, 262, 280

The Clockwork Scarab (Colleen Gleason) 6, 10, 15, 18, 20, 62, 73-74, 244, 307-308

"The Affair of the Midnight Midget (Ardath Mayhar) 236 {"Mr. Holmes' [brother Mycroft] contracted a marriage with a young woman who died after producing an infant. This child was reared by a distant cousin."}

Son

Damian Adler
Dreaming Spies (Laurie R. King) 295; The God of the Hive (Laurie R. King) 5-6, 9-11, 13, 18-23, 33, 36, 38-39, 42-45, 48, 51, 53, 57-63, 69, 77, 80-81, 86-87, 94-96, 102, 109-114, 116, 118, 120-122, 124, 131, 137, 140-141, 143, 150, 171-172, 175-176, 190, 199, 217-218, 221, 224-226, 232-233, 244-245, 277, 301, 304-305, 312, 316, 319, 323, 327, 329, 331, 335-336, 340-354; The Language of Bees (Laurie R. King) 12, 15, 16, 17-18, 19-20, 22-23, 24-25, 27, 29, 30, 34, 35-37, 38, 39-40, 41-44, 45, 46-48, 49-50, 51-60, 61-62, 63-67, 74, 78-81, 91-92, 93, 94-96, 100-102, 103, 104, 106-107, 114, 115, 116-119, 122, 124, 125, 126-127, 128, 129-135, 137, 140, 144-147, 152, 154, 157-158, 161, 162, 163, 164-169, 178, 180, 181-183, 184, 186, 187-191, 193, 195-197, 198-200, 202, 206, 208, 211, 214, 216-217, 219-222, 224-226, 227, 233, 234, 235-238, 243, 244-245, 246-250, 257, 259-260, 263-264, 266, 267, 273-274, 275-276, 278, 280-281, 283, 293-294, 298-300, 303, 305-306, 308-309, 312, 313, 322, 329-330, 331, 336, 338-344, 346, 349-353, 356, 359, 365, 374, 378, 386, 390-391, 392, 393-396, 406-409, 412, 413, 415-418, 419, 420-421, 422, 423-430, 432 [Mother: Irene Adler]
A Monstrous Regiment of Women (Laurie R. King) 74, 101, 288

Lucan Adler
The Fifth Heart (Dan Simmons) 106-108, 172-176, 192, 208-209, 213, 242-243, 245-246, 266, 283-284, 302, 325, 334-336, 338, 355-362, 368-369, 389, 393, 430, 462-464, 513-514, 519, 521, 523, 527-528, 531, 533, 543, 545-557, 562, 567, 570, 583, 585, 588-600, 605, 609, 615 [Mother: Irene Adler]

Scott Adler:
Sherlock Holmes in New York (D.R.Bensen)
61-63, 65-66, 68-69, 72, 73, 78, 81, 86, 89-92, 94-95, 104, 106-109, 119, 124-125, 134-135, 138-139, 140-146, 148, 151-152 [Mother: Irene Adler]

Emmet Joseph Holmes:
Dead Man's Confession (Cass Lewis) 20-21, 23-24, 37, 46, 50-52, 54, 150-151, 207 {Husband of Rita Mahoney; Father of Joseph Mahoney Holmes} [Mother: Elizabeth Mcintyre]

John Hamish Adler Holmes (aka. Auguste Lupa/Julius Adler/Cesar Mycroft):
Rasputin's Revenge
(John T. Lescroart) 12, 13, 36-37, 48-53, 69-71, 73-75, 78, 80-99, 111-120, 126-131, 134-136, 137-140, 141-142, 146-148, 156-164, 166-171, 179, 181-182, 189-190, 192-198, 200-211, 213-226, 228, 229-230, 235, 236-237, 240, 241-242, 243-245, 246, 247-249. 250-251 252-254, 255-258, 260-264, 265, 267-270, 271, 272-273, 277, 278-281, 282, 283; Son of Holmes (John T. Lescroart) 17, 18, 23-27, 28, 29, 35-43, 51, 53, 55-56, 57, 58-61, 66-78, 81-83, 88, 90-96, 98, 122-127, 128, 129-130, 131, 132, 135-137, 141-144, 152-154, 156-170, 174-180, 185, 192-203, 209-233, 238-242, 243, 244-256 [Mother: Irene Adler]

Raffles Holmes:
"Introducing Mr. Raffles Holmes" (John Kendrick Bangs) 1-20; "The Adventure of Mrs. Burlingame's Diamond Stomacher" (John Kendrick Bangs); "The Adventure of Room 407" (John Kendrick Bangs); "The Adventure of the Brass Check" (John Kendrick Bangs); "The Adventure of the Dorrington Ruby Seal" (John Kendrick Bangs) 21-45; "The Adventure of the Hired Burglar" (John Kendrick Bangs); "The Adventure of the Missing Pendants" (John Kendrick Bangs); "The Major General's Pepper-Pots" (John Kendrick Bangs); "The Nostalgia of Nervy Jim The Snatcher" (John Kendrick Bangs); "The Redemption of Young Billington Rand" (John Kendrick Bangs) [Mother: Marjorie Tattersby]

Sebastian Holmes:
The Holmes Factor (Brian Freemantle) 1-43, 45-47, 50-170, 174-179, 186-196, 199-259, 261-271, 273-310; The Holmes Inheritance (Brian Freemantle) 2-25, 30-80, 88-90, 96-110, 112-144, 146-171, 173-343 [Mother: Matilde Huber]

Sherlock Holmes, Jr:
"Sherlock Holmes, Jr Meets Santa Claus" (Anonymous) 324-326

Alphonse Holmes Loquot:
The Execution of Newcome Bowles (Allan D. Mickle) 56 [Mother: An English Countess]

Auguste Lupa: see John Hamish Adler Holmes

Pance:
"The Last of Mr. Sherlock Holmes" (August Derleth)
2-4 {"'Philo and Pance, the product of two great minds...Believe it or not...they are but two weeks old...they have killed their mother and they will be the death of me."} [Mother: Irene]

Philo:
"The Last of Mr. Sherlock Holmes" (August Derleth)
2-4 {"'Philo and Pance, the product of two great minds...Believe it or not...they are but two weeks old...they have killed their mother and they will be the death of me."} [Mother: Irene]

Redlock Regis:
The Adamantine Sherlock Holmes (Hapi) 21-32, 34, 37-49 [Mother: Irene Adler]

The Scarlet Poppy: see Redlock Regis

Sherlock:
"The End of Sherlock Holmes" (A.E.P.)
258-260 [Mother: Miss Falkland]

"Sherlock Holmes on the Domestic Hearth" (Anonymous) 23 [Mother: Harriette Holmes]

The 100-Year-Old Secret (Tracy Barrett) 29

Killer Finish (Denny Martin Flinn) 17-18; San Francisco Kills (Denny Martin Flinn) 25, 27-28, 63, 153 [Mother: Irene Adler]

"The Mysterious Death At Wetherby Manor" (Ned Hubbell) 9 {"Sherlock Holmes had been married when he was very young, but the union had ended in tragedy. Within a year the lovely bride had died while giving birth to a son. In the bitterness of his grief, Holmes had turned the child over to his mother's parents...Naturally the son, who had been virtually disowned, had cared little for his father; but early in life the grandson, Creighton, had conceived a great admiration for his remarkable ancestor"}

In Search of Watson (Tracy Mack & Michael Citrin) 60, 157

Stepmother

Gloria Holmes (nee Smythe):
The Childhood of Sherlock Holmes (Mona Morstein) 278-290, 293-304, 311-313, 315, 317-327

Step-parents

Wilde About Holmes (Milo Yelesiyevich) 279

Twin Brother

The Holmes-Dracula File (Fred Saberhagen) 220, 224 {"I have - or had; I do not know if he is still alive - a twin brother, vampire from his beginnings."}

Unborn Sibling

"Inga Sigerson Weds" (Richard A. Lupoff) 2-3

Uncle

Junius Brutus Booth
The Surrogate Assassin (Christopher Leppek) 33-36, 45, 53, 57, 64, 125, 136, 212, 214, 275-276, 279-282, 285, 306, 317-318, 321-328, 330, 336

Count Dracula:
The Holmes-Dracula File (Fred Saberhagen)
224-225; {"It meant I was Holmes' uncle, or half-uncle. Perhaps no language has a precise word for the relationship"}; Séance for a Vampire (Fred Saberhagen) 3, 125, 148, 153-154, 157, 160, 164-166, 170, 173, 183, 190, 192, 197, 211-212, 214, 242-243, 252, 264, 281, 291, 298, 310 {although referred to as "...a distant relative of mine" or "Cousin Sherlock"}

Vincent Fairburn:
The Childhood of Sherlock Holmes (Mona Morstein)
62, 68, 163, 177-218

Sir Francis Galton:
The Case of the Philosophers' Ring (Randall Collins) 5 {"'Sir Francis Galton shares at least two features with you, Holmes...his intelligence, and his contempt for the common opinions of mankind.'...'And there's a third point in common,' said Holmes...'Common blood...Francis Galton is my uncle'")

Robert Holmes:
"The Affray at the Kildare Street Club" (Peter Tremayne) 29 {"Holmes' uncle, Robert Holmes, the famous Galway barrister and Queen's Counsel"} ; "The Kidnapping of Mycroft Holmes" (Peter Tremayne) 212

Sherrinford Holmes:
Watson's Last Case (Ian Charnock)
133-134, 155-158; Black Ice (Andrew Lane) 8, 14, 18, 22, 28, 36, 38, 100, 162, 194, 281; Death Cloud (Andrew Lane) 11, 13, 17-19, 22-24, 26, 34, 40-43, 45, 48-52, 95-98, 100, 104, 119, 122-123, 125, 146, 154-157, 161-162, 173, 181, 202, 204, 212, 282; Fire Storm (Andrew Lane) 16-19, 21-29, 38-39, 42, 48-49, 51, 53, 57-58, 92-105, 128-129, 132-133, 149, 180, 183, 200, 335-337; Knife Edge (Andrew Lane) 3, 16-17, 38; Red Leech (Andrew Lane) 7, 13-19, 22, 71-74, 119-120, 122, 294; Snake Bite (Andrew Lane) 8, 10, 108, 162, 302

Stewart Mycroft Holmes:
The Childhood of Sherlock Holmes (Mona Morstein)
62-63 {Son of John Scott Holmes & Anne Routh; Brother of Margaret Elizabeth & David William Holmes}

Charles Hippolyte Emile Lecomte-Vernet:
The Childhood of Sherlock Holmes (Mona Morstein)
63, 163, 275-276

Jorgen Sigerson:
"Inga Sigerson Weds" (Richard A. Lupoff) 6-8

Vernier
The Angel of the Opera (Sam Siciliano) 121

The Secret of Sherlock Holmes (Gary F. Boothe) 5 {"He was now a simple bee-farmer,having inherited a cottage...from an uncle on his father's side"}

The Crack in the Lens (Darlene A. Cypser) 47

The Strange Doings of J. Leslie Ryder (Daniel Gracely) 46 {"I know that [Peter Vernet's] father died three years ago"}

Faction Paradox: Erasing Sherlock (Kelly Hale) 30

The Seven-Per-Cent Solution (Nicholas Meyer) 39 {"The Squire [Holmes' father] was a second son...Then the Squire's elder brother died, a widower without issue, an Master Sherlock's father moved his family into the old estate"}

"The Case of the Ups and Downs" (Douglas Moreton) 80 {"This reminds me of the time my uncle the Bishop's toupée caught fire"]

The Fifth Heart (Dan Simmons) 85

"The Adventure of the Nine Hole League" (John J. White) 143-144

Wife

Irene Adler
"Be Good or Begone" (Stan Trybulski) 170

Miss Falkland:
"The End of Sherlock Holmes" (A.E.P.)
257, 259 {"It was my intention to close these memoirs with the remarkable chain of circumstances resulting in the marriage of my friend Sherlock Holmes with Miss Falkland. For some time after that event my friend gave up professional work and went abroad with his wife."}

Miss Hawkshaw
"The Personal Recollections of Father Time: Mrs Sherlock Holmes" (John Kendrick Bangs) 36

Harriette Holmes
"Sherlock Holmes on the Domestic Hearth" (Anonymous) 22-23

Irene:
"The Last of Mr. Sherlock Holmes" (August Derleth)
2-3 {"He graciously disposed of Irene's husband...and then, alas! he married her"}

Elizabeth McIntyre:
Dead Man's Confession (Cass Lewis) 23-24, 50-51, 58 {"One day while Holmes was playing his violin [in Yorkshire]...a sweet voice began to sing along. He turned to find a young local girl walking with a basket of bread, and...fell in love on the spot. The girl's name was Elizabeth...Though he was 20 years her senior, they married a short time later"}

Mary Russell:
The Art of Detection (Laurie R. King) 120, 139, 143; Dreaming Spies (Laurie R. King) 3-331; The Game (Laurie R. King) 3, 9, 17, 23, 33, 36-37, 39-41, 48, 54, 66, 97, 99, 106, 165-166, 168, 170, 175-176, 189, 247, 253, 274, 276-277, 291, 293, 296, 298, 311, 318, 349, 363-364 (3-365); Garment of Shadows (Laurie R. King) Preface, 3-36, 28, 44-46, 50-60, 63, 66, 73-177, 179, 187, 189-190, 192-261; The God of the Hive (Laurie R. King) 5-8, 10, 15-17, 19, 32-41, 43, 46-57, 59, 62-83, 91-99, 104-108, 116-117, 119-121, 124, 131-133, 135, 138, 140, 143, 145-171, 175-233, 238-252, 265-267, 276-292, 294-306, 311-318, 323-328, 340-341, 343-344, 346-354; Justice Hall (Laurie R. King) 1-252, 267-312, 314-333; The Language of Bees (Laurie R. King) 4-6, 11, 46, 161, 172, 195, 282-283, 334, 360, 363-364, 392, 399, 409 (3-433); A Letter of Mary (Laurie R. King) 5-8, 14, 31, 33, 46, 57-58, 60, 75, 81, 87, 117-120, 127, 185, 188, 190, 223, 231, 251, 260-261, 264, 267, 270 (5-276); Locked Rooms (Laurie R. King) 13-14, 17-18, 39-40, 117-118, 145, 160, 167, 169-170, 174, 177-181, 192, 196, 208, 211, 213-215, 227, 234, 237, 245-246, 327, 336 (3-93, 101, 103-106, 111-153, 159-161, 164, 167, 169-182, 187-188, 191-192, 194-216, 219-221, 224-229, 232-238, 240-243, 245-319, 325, 327, 331, 336-343, 345-346, 348-350, 353, 358-360, 362-364, 367, 369-402); A Monstrous Regiment of Women (Laurie R. King) 3-334, 335-336; The Moor (Laurie R. King)
5, 7, 9-10, 17, 34, 66, 81, 85, 88, 95-96, 101-102, 108-109, 117-118, 132, 134, 140, 143, 150, 162-163, 167-170, 172-174, 179, 186, 190, 202, 205, 217, 232, 289, 294 (1-310); Pirate King (Laurie R. King) 7-158, 172, 176-300

Marjorie Tattersby:
"Introducing Mr. Raffles Holmes" (John Kendrick Bangs) 19; "The Adventure of Mrs. Burlingame's Diamond Stomacher" (John Kendrick Bangs) 62; "The Adventure of the Dorrington Ruby Seal" (John Kendrick Bangs) 27-29, 31-32, 34-40, 42-44; "The Major General's Pepper-Pots" (John Kendrick Bangs) 224

"Sherlock Holmes, Jr Meets Santa Claus" (Anonymous) 324, 326

"The Mysterious Death At Wetherby Manor" (Ned Hubbell) 9 {"Sherlock Holmes had been married when he was very young, but the union had ended in tragedy. Within a year the lovely bride had died while giving birth to a son. In the bitterness of his grief, Holmes had turned the child over to his mother's parents..."}

"The Adventure of the Queen Bee" (Frederic Arnold Kummer) 133 {"She is all I've got...now that my poor wife is dead!"}

Dr.Watson

Ancestor
Henriques: The Private Life of Dr. Watson (Michael Hardwick) 7-8, 15, 30, 96, 103, 106, 119, 143, 164, 223-224, 236, 247-248; "The Case of the Dishonoured Professor" (Roger Jaynes) 12

"The Adventure of the Bogle-Wolf" (Anthony Boucher) 428; "The Adventure of the Highgate Miracle" (Adrian Conan Doyle & John Dickson Carr) 87; The Adventure of the Three Madmen (Philip José Farmer) 147; The Private Life of Dr Watson (Michael Hardwick) 8, 105

Aunt
Hester: "Dr. Watson Speaks Out" (A.A. Milne) 92

Flora Hudson: The Private Life of Dr. Watson (Michael Hardwick) 9, 20-21, 29, 57, 97, 170, 172-173, 208, 238-239, 281

Verbena Hudson: The Private Life of Dr. Watson (Michael Hardwick) 9, 20-21, 29, 57, 97, 170, 172-173, 208, 238-239, 281

Emily Snow: "The Case of Vittoria The Circus Belle" (Jay Sheckley) 301

The Strange Adventures of Charlotte Holmes (Hilary Bailey) 24-25, 178-179, 184; Watson's Last Case (Ian Charnock) 169-170; I, Sherlock Holmes (Michael Harrison) 29, 32, 51-52; "The Adventure of the Haunted Showman" (Christopher Sequeira) 376

Brother
H. Watson:
Watson's Last Case (Ian Charnock) 168-170

Harry Watson: "The Adventure of the Bogle-Wolf" (Anthony Boucher) 428

Henry Watson: Prisoner of the Devil (Michael Hardwick) 272-273, 280, 323; The Private Life of Dr. Watson (Michael Hardwick) 5-6, 9-10, 13-17, 21-25, 29-30, 32-33, 37-41, 43-44, 47, 58, 75, 96, 101-102, 105, 107-108, 111, 114, 116-118, 121-123, 129-130, 138-164, 166-168, 223, 231-232, 234, 236, 239, 241, 246, 256; "The Three Monarchs" (Anthony Horowitz) 289; Sherlock Holmes: The Unauthorized Biography (Nick Rennison) 45-49, 52, 81, 190; "The Return of the Sussex Vampire" (Christopher Sequeira) 213; The Mycroft Memoranda (Ray Walsh) 17-22, 25-27, 30-33, 35, 39, 45, 49, 53-54, 56, 59-60, 63, 65, 70, 72-84, 86, 88-90, 93-97, 102-108, 111-141, 143, 147-150, 153-154

Henry Watson, Jr: Watson’s Afghan Adventure (Kieran McMullen) 10-13, 39; "Merridew of Abominable Memory" (Chris Roberson) 231

Jack Watson: Night Watch (Stephen Kendrick) 137

Thomas Alan Watson: "All That Glitters" (Bill Paxton) 1-2

Sherlock Holmes and the Houdini Birthright (Val Andrews) 27-28; Sherlock Holmes and the Man Who Lost Himself (Val Andrews) 43; "The Haunting of Sherlock Holmes" (Kevin David Barratt) 144-146, 152; "The Return of Sherlock Holmes" (E.F.Benson & Eustace H. Miles) 17-18; Sherlock Holmes and the Mysterious Friend of Oscar Wilde (Russell A. Brown) 8-9, 94, 123; "Before The Adventures" (Lenore Carroll) 180; "The Adventure of the Mendicant's Face" (M.J. Elliott) 26; Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Raleigh Legacy (L.B.Greenwood) 12; The Secret Diary of Dr. Watson (Anita Janda) 75, 80, 262; "The Adventure of the Old Russian Woman" (H. Paul Jeffers) 23-24; "Sherlock Holmes and the Mummy's Curse" (H. Paul Jeffers) 93; "The Disembodied Assassin" (Andrew Lane) 192; All-Consuming Fire (Andy Lane) 139, 229; Gods of War (James Lovegrove) 46; The Stuff of Nightmares (James Lovegrove) 20; "The Weeping Masks" (James Lowder) 96; The Spirit Box (George Mann) 10; The Pandora Plague (Lee A. Matthias) 172; The Seven-Per-Cent Solution (Nicholas Meyer) 50; The Holmes Affair (Graham Moore) 88; Sherlock Holmes and the Railway Maniac (Barrie Roberts) 34; "The Case of the Uncommon Necklace" (Jane Rubino) 69; Sherlock Holmes and the Plague of Dracula (Stephen Seitz) 157; "The Case of Vittoria The Circus Belle" (Jay Sheckley) 295, 297; "The Adventure of the Other Detective" (Bradley H. Sinor) 48 {Two Brothers}; "The Eccentric Gentleman" (Alan Stockwell) 12; "A Most Diabolical Plot" (Tim Symonds) 303; Death on a Pale Horse (Donald Thomas) 209; "The Blue Eyed Dog" (Frank Thomas) 65; Sherlock Holmes and the Treasure Train (Frank Thomas) 29; Sherlock Holmes ~ The Way of All Flesh (Daniel Ward) 20

Brother-in-law
Reverend Talbot Ridley: "The Case of the Highland Hoax" (Anne Perry & Malachi Saxon) 115-131

Children
The Strange Adventures of Charlotte Holmes (Hilary Bailey) 180, 184, 195, 212; The Secret of Sherlock Holmes (Gary F. Boothe) 4, 131; A Slight Trick of the Mind (Mitch Cullin) 193; "By Any Other Name" (Michael Dirda) 204; The House of Silk (Anthony Horowitz) 4; Gods of War (James Lovegrove) 24; The Stuff of Nightmares (James Lovegrove) 12; "The Adventure of the Japanese Sword" (Michael Mallory) 143; Murder in the Bath (Michael Mallory) 128-129

Cousin
Arthur: The House of Silk (Anthony Horowitz) 1

George: W.G. Grace's Last Case (William Rushton) 147

Dr. Boniface "Bon" Motson: "The Case of the Bespoke Bee Sting" (Douglas Moreton) 51-62; "The Case of the Hoodwinked Harriers" (Douglas Moreton) 66-77; "The Case of the Open and Shut" (Douglas Moreton) 101-113; "The Case of the Rising Ransom" (Douglas Moreton) 120; "The Case of the Substitute Strangler" 39-48; "The Case of the Two-Faced Transom" (Douglas Moreton) 88-96; "The Case of the Ups and Downs" (Douglas Moreton) 80-86; "Mentioned in Dispatches" (Douglas Moreton) 129-142; "Missing Parsons" (Douglas Moreton) 144-151; "The Sound of the Buskervilles" (Douglas Moreton) 115-125

James Watson: "The Case of the Poor Observer" (Colin Bruce) 209-210; "The Case of the Unfortunate Businessman" (Colin Bruce) 1-17

Madeline Snow: "The Case of Vittoria The Circus Belle" (Jay Sheckley) 287, 288, 289-290, 292, 293, 295, 296-297, 299-300, 301, 302, 303, 304-316, 325, 332, 335, 338, 339, 340-341, 342, 343-347, 348-349

Violet: Faction Paradox: Erasing Sherlock (Kelly Hale) 54-58

"The Case of the Phantom Chambermaid" (Donald Thomas) 233-234, 283; "The Case of the Zimmermann Telegram" (Donald Thomas) 276, 306

Daughter
Dr Emma Ann Watson: No Ordinary Terror (J. Brooks Van Dyke) 1-5, 6, 7-9, 10, 11-13, 21-24, 28-30, 38-39, 41, 42-48, 57-58, 59-65, 66, 67-68, 69-72, 73, 74, 78, 84, 89-90, 91, 92-99, 100, 101, 102, 103, 106-107, 109, 111-116, 117-118, 119-127, 128, 129-156, 160-164, 167-168, 169-174, 178-179, 185-192, 204-210, 212-221, 222, 223-230, 234-236, 241, 245, 246-247, 248, 249, 250-253, 257, 258, 259-260, 261-265, 266-267, 268, 269-270, 271-272, 275-277, 281-282, 285-286, 288-301, 303-307

Mary Watson Alston: Night Watch (Stephen Kendrick) 4-12

Joan Watson: "The Adventure of the Queen Bee" (Frederic Arnold Kummer) 129, 130-137, 138, 139-140, 141, 142-145, 146-150, 151-152, 153, 154, 155, 156-157, 158-159, 160-163, 164-166, 167-168, 169-174, 175-182, 183, 184; "The Canterbury Cathedral Murder" (Frederic Arnold Kummer & Basil Mitchell)

Time for Sherlock Holmes (David Dvorkin) 199-200; The House of Silk (Anthony Horowitz) 289; "The Return of the Sussex Vampire" (Christopher Sequeira) 209

Daughter (Adopted)
Jennie: Sherlock Holmes and the Hapsburg Tiara (Alan Vanneman) 38, 40-42, 47-51, 64-73, 92, 109-111, 112, 113-116, 119-121, 122-126, 127, 128-130, 141, 142, 143-144, 151, 152-156, 158, 160, 162, 163, 164-172, 173, 174-175, 176, 177-179, 185, 190-193, 194, 195, 196, 197-198, 203, 204, 205, 206-210, 213, 219, 221, 222-226, 227, 228-231, 233-234, 235, 236-238, 239, 240-241, 242, 243-244, 245, 246-249, 252, 256-257, 274, 293-301, 302, 303-306, 310, 313-315, 316, 317-318

Daughter-in-Law
Milicent "Millie" Watson: "A Betrayal of Doubt" (Philip Marsh) 276-280, 282, 284, 291-298

Descendant
Cornelius J. Watson: The Adventure of the Dead Rabbits Society (Phiip J. Carraher) v

Distant Cousins
Sherlock Holmes and the Houdini Birthright (Val Andrews) 109; "The Adventure of the Other Detective" (Bradley H. Sinor) 64; Death on a Pale Horse (Donald Thomas) 88, 98, 269

Distant Relative
Robert Adam: Sherlock Holmes: The Unauthorized Biography (Nick Rennison) 45

Family
Sherlock Holmes in Dallas (Edmund Aubrey) 89; The Veiled Detective (David Stuart Davies) 47; Sherlock Holmes and the Apocalypse Murders (Barry Day) 110; The Last Sherlock Holmes Story (Michael Dibdin) 104; The Case of the Revolutionist's Daughter (Lewis S. Feuer) 18; I, Sherlock Holmes (Michael Harrison) 28-29; The Secret Diary of Dr. Watson (Anita Janda) 235; The Baron’s Revenge (Gary Lovisi) 77, 90; Sherlock Holmes and the Plague of Dracula (Stephen Seitz) 135; "The Adventure of the Other Detective" (Bradley H. Sinor) 64; "The Adventure of the Indiscreet Agent" (Peter Spielmann & Aaron Zelman) 23; The Case of the Bizarre Bouquets (Nancy Springer) 15; The Crimes of Dr Watson (Duane Swierczynski) 20; "The Kidnapping of Mycroft Holmes" (Peter Tremayne) 213; The Adventures of Inspector Lestrade (M.J.Trow) 68, 113; The Winged Wheel (Peter H. Wood) 24

Father
H. Watson:
Sherlock Holmes and the Mysterious Friend of Oscar Wilde (Russell A. Brown) 123; Watson's Last Case (Ian Charnock) 168-170

Henry Watson: Watson’s Afghan Adventure (Kieran McMullen) 10-13, 39

Henry Moray Watson: Sherlock Holmes: The Unauthorized Biography (Nick Rennison) 45-48, 52

John Henry Watson: The Private Life of Dr. Watson (Michael Hardwick) 5-18, 20-24, 29, 31-34, 37-41, 43-44, 57, 70, 95-97, 101-108, 112-123, 129, 143, 146-151, 208-209, 223, 227, 234, 239, 244, 246, 289

Young Sherlock Holmes (Alan Arnold) 17, 20, 25-26; "The Haunting of Sherlock Holmes" (Kevin David Barratt) 145; "Before The Adventures" (Lenore Carroll) 180; Sherlock Holmes and the Shakespeare Globe Murders (Barry Day) 131; The Last Sherlock Holmes Story (Michael Dibdin) 176; "The Adventure of the Two Women" (Adrian Conan Doyle) 203; "The Abernetty Mystery" (Paul D. Gilbert) 75, 83; "The Strange Case of the Displaced Detective" (Roy Gill) 167; Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Raleigh Legacy (L.B.Greenwood) 34; Exit Sherlock Holmes (Robert Lee Hall) 236; Prisoner of the Devil (Michael Hardwick) 272-274, 296, 301-302, 323-324; The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes (Michael & Mollie Hardwick) 150; An Opened Grave (L. Frank James) 162; "The Case of the Dishonoured Professor" (Roger Jaynes) 12; "Moriarty’s Fiendish Plan" (Roger Jaynes) 234, 265; All-Consuming Fire (Andy Lane) 139, 229; The Baron’s Revenge (Gary Lovisi) 65, 84; "The Weeping Masks" (James Lowder) 101; "The Case of Isadora Persano" (Ted Riccardi) 228; Whitechapel: The Final Stand of Sherlock Holmes (Bernard J. Schaffer) 147; Sherlock Holmes Meets Annie Oakley (Stanley Shaw) 11; "The Case of Vittoria the Circus Belle" (Jay Sheckley) 331; "The Adventure of the Other Detective" (Bradley H. Sinor) 48; "The Eccentric Gentleman" (Alan Stockwell) 12; "The Case of the Hygienic Husband" (Donald Thomas) 214; Death on a Pale Horse (Donald Thomas) 198

Father's Cousin
General John Watson: Watson’s Afghan Adventure (Kieran McMullen) 10-14, 24, 39-40

Fiancée
"The Case of the Rival Queens" (Carolyn Wheat) 282

Godson
John Pearce: "The Two Footmen" (Michael Gilbert) 190

Grandchildren
A Slight Trick of the Mind (Mitch Cullin) 193; The House of Silk (Anthony Horowitz) 4, 289; "The Return of the Sussex Vampire" (Christopher Sequeira) 209

Grandfather
Hamish: Watson’s Afghan Adventure (Kieran McMullen) 10

Dr Hudson: The Private Life of Dr. Watson (Michael Hardwick) 9-10, 18, 20-21, 29, 51, 56-58, 77, 93-97, 101-106, 115, 170-173, 176-177, 207-209, 223, 235-240, 255, 280-281, 297

"The Adventure of the Dying Doctor" (Colin Bruce) 15; The Case of the Revolutionist's Daughter (Lewis S. Feuer) 38; "The Adventure of Maltree Abbey" (H. Paul Jeffers) 228; Sherlock Holmes Meets Annie Oakley (Stanley Shaw) 42; "The Adventure of the Angel's Trumpet" (Carolyn Wheat) 270

Grandmother
Grandmama Hudson: The Private Life of Dr. Watson (Michael Hardwick) 18, 20-21, 29, 51, 57, 93, 97, 103, 115, 170-173, 208, 235-236, 238-239, 280

The Secret Diary of Dr. Watson (Anita Janda) 124

Grandson
Sherlock: The House of Silk (Anthony Horowitz) 289

Dr. Watson: The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes (Michael & Mollie Hardwick) 8-12, 13-15, 16-17, 18-19, 20, 21

Dr. William Watson: The Strange Case of the End of Civilisation as we Know It (John Cleese, Jack Hobbs & Joe McGrath) 13-126

Preface to A Sherlockian Quartet (Rick Boyer) 7; A Slight Trick of the Mind (Mitch Cullin) 193

Grand-nephew
Paxton Franklin Watson: "All That Glitters" (Bill Paxton) 1-3, 22; "The Bab Deception" (Bill Paxton) 147; "The Macabre Affair" (Bill Paxton) 23

The Last Sherlock Holmes Story (Michael Dibdin) 10; "The Fan Who Molded Himself" (David Gerrold) 255-259

Great-aunt
Mrs Hudson: The Private Life of Dr Watson (Michael Hardwick) 39-40, 44, 57

"The Adventure of the Haunted Showman" (Christopher Sequeira) 376

Great-grandfather
? Henriques Watson: The Private Life of Dr. Watson (Michael Hardwick) 7, 103-104

Great-grandson
Captain John H. Watson: Preface to A Sherlockian Quartet (Rick Boyer) 5-8

Great-grand-nephew
Dr Watson: "The Patchwork Killer" (Kasey Lansdale) 277-301

"The Fan Who Molded Himself" (David Gerrold) 255-259

Great-great-granddaughter
Mary Watson: The 100-Year-Old Secret (Tracy Barrett) 27-34, 58, 60, 62, 82, 153, 155

Great-great-grandfather
Dr Watson, Surgeon-General of London: "Death in the East End" (Colin Bruce) 106-108, 112, 116

Great-great-great-grandson
Andrew Watson: The Beast of Backslope (Tracy Barrett) 4, 68, 114; The 100-Year-Old Secret (Tracy Barrett) 27-35, 60, 62-64, 66-68, 74, 78, 82-87, 108-111, 153-154, 156-157

Richard John Watson: The Lost Holmes (David Upton) vi-vii

Half-cousin
Heliotrope: The Private Life of Dr. Watson (Michael Hardwick) 21

Pansy Hudson: The Private Life of Dr. Watson (Michael Hardwick) 21-57

Randall Norris, Jr: "The Case of Vittoria the Circus Belle" (Jay Sheckley) 288-289, 339-340, 342-346, 348, 349

Lover / Girlfriend
Lauren: The Veiled Detective (David Stuart Davies) 146

Mother
Mary Elizabeth Adam: Sherlock Holmes: The Unauthorized Biography (Nick Rennison) 45-46, 52

Natalie: "The Case of Vittoria The Circus Belle" (Jay Sheckley) 295-296, 301

Violet Hudson: The Private Life of Dr. Watson (Michael Hardwick) 6, 8-10, 14-34, 36-52, 56-57, 63, 77, 93, 95-97, 101-108, 115, 119, 147, 158, 166-167, 172, 207-208, 224, 234, 236, 246, 289, 298

"Dr Watson" (Charlie Adams, Gareth Hale & Norman Pace) 153; The Giant Rat of Sumatra (Richard L. Boyer) 156; Sherlock Holmes and the Mysterious Friend of Oscar Wilde (Russell A. Brown) 8; The Haunting of Torre Abbey (Carole Buggé) 146; Watson's Last Case (Ian Charnock) 168; "The Jamesian Conundrum" (Jan Edwards) 378; Dr Jekyll and Mr Holmes (Loren D. Estleman) 74; Sherlock Holmes Vs. Dracula (Loren D. Estleman) 80; The Adventure of the Peerless Peer (Philip José Farmer) 93; The Adventure of the Three Madmen (Philip José Farmer) 147; Exit Sherlock Holmes (Robert Lee Hall) 236; Prisoner of the Devil (Michael Hardwick) 272; The Secret Diary of Dr. Watson (Anita Janda) 176; "A Matter Without Gravity" (Alain le Bussy) 132; "The Highland Intrigue" (Steve Leadley) 150; "The Button-Box" (Lyn McConchie) 146; Watson’s Afghan Adventure (Kieran McMullen) 10-11; "The Singular Case of the Unrepentant Husband" (William Patrick Maynard) 79; "The Ululation of Wolves" (Steve Mountain) 292; The Dragon Tattoo (Tim Pigott-Smith) 7, 170; "The Flowers of Utah" (Robert Pohle) 97; "The Case of Isadora Persano" (Ted Riccardi) 228; Whitechapel: The Final Stand of Sherlock Holmes (Bernard J. Schaffer) 106; Sherlock Holmes and the Masquerade Murders (Frank Thomas) 193; Sherlock Holmes and the Sacred Sword (Frank Thomas) 81; Sherlock Holmes and the Treasure Train (Frank Thomas) 119; "An Incident in the Night" (Ralph E. Vaughan) 113; The Mycroft Memoranda (Ray Walsh) 146; "The Black Heaven" (Ron Weighell) 138

Mother-in-law
Mrs Smith: "The Return of Sherlock Holmes" (E.F. Benson & Eustace H. Miles) 17-18

Mother's Cousin
Heliotrope: The Private Life of Dr Watson (Michael Hardwick) 21

Pansy Hudson: The Private Life of Dr Watson (Michael Hardwick) 21-22, 31-32, 36-47, 49-52, 57

Nephew
Edward Coke-Hythe: The Adventures of Inspector Lestrade (M.J.Trow) 64-72, 74, 77, 81, 99, 113-114, 122, 155, 162

Martin Ridley: "The Case of the Highland Hoax" (Anne Perry & Malachi Saxon) 116, 125, 129

Jonathan Frazier Watson: "All That Glitters" (Bill Paxton) 2

Joseph Watson: The Spirit Box (George Mann) 10-11, 62, 77, 92, 111, 113, 119, 201

"A Study in Brimstone" (G.S. Denning) 102; "The Fan Who Molded Himself" (David Gerrold) 257

Niece
Constance Mauleverer: The Adventures of Inspector Lestrade (M.J.Trow) 90-94, 96, 107, 111-118, 120-123, 126, 157, 160, 162, 175, 178, 195, 200

Mina Svbado: Sherlock Holmes and the Affair in Transylvania (Gerry O’Hara) 8-9, 10-12, 13-15, 16-18, 45, 66, 69, 72, 75, 78-79, 82-86, 90, 109, 112, 123-124, 132-133, 138, 139, 151, 153-154, 167, 168-171, 173, 182-185, 186, 187-189, 191-192, 193, 194, 195, 196-203, 207-210, 211, 212-215, 219-221, 222-223, 224-226, 227, 228-236, 238-239

Parents
Young Sherlock Holmes (Alan Arnold) 18;
I, Sherlock Holmes (Michael Harrison) 29; The Secret Diary of Dr. Watson (Anita Janda) 262; "The Disembodied Assassin" (Andrew Lane) 192; "All That Glitters" (Bill Paxton) 1; Shadowblood (Tracy Revels) 66; "The Adventure of Dedstone Mill" (Denis O. Smith) 423; Sherlock Holmes and the Hapsburg Tiara (Alan Vanneman) 193; Sherlock Holmes ~ The Way of All Flesh (Daniel Ward) 20

Pets
Cat: The Haunting of Torre Abbey (Carole Buggé) 12; "The Dollmaker of Marigold Walk" (Barbara Hambly) 32 {Plutarch}

Dog: "The Riddle of the Golden Monkeys" (Loren D. Estleman) 142

Relatives
Wilbur Footage: Sherlock Holmes and the Somerset Hunt (Rosemary Michaud)

Adelina McWhirter: The Secret Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes (June Thomson) 7-8; The Secret Files of Sherlock Holmes (June Thomson) 8-10

Rudolph: The Adventures of Inspector Lestrade (M.J.Trow) 70

"The Dundas Separation Case" (Paul D. Gilbert) 15-16; Exit Sherlock Holmes (Robert Lee Hall) 28; "The Adventure of the Extraterrestrial" (Mack Reynolds) 173; The Adventures of Inspector Lestrade (M.J.Trow) 70

Sister
Harriet Ridley: "The Case of the Highland Hoax" (Anne Perry & Malachi Saxon) 115-122, 124-126, 129, 131, 135

"A Study in Brimstone" (G.S. Denning) 102

Sister-in-law
"The Haunting of Sherlock Holmes" (Kevin David Barratt) 144-146; "The Adventure of the Old Russian Woman" (H. Paul Jeffers) 23-24; "Sherlock Holmes and the Mummy's Curse" (H. Paul Jeffers) 93; "All That Glitters" (Bill Paxton) 2

Son
Frank: The Private Life of Dr. Watson (Michael Hardwick)
214-218, 222, 224-226, 230-237, 239, 241-242, 256, 281, 292-294

John Watson II: Whitechapel: The Final Stand of Sherlock Holmes (Bernard J. Schaffer) 332-336, 338, 340, 345

Dr John Watson Jnr: "A Betrayal of Doubt" (Philip Marsh) 259-298

John Sherlock Watson: The Secret Diary of Dr. Watson (Anita Janda) 235, 243-245, 259, 262, 264, 277

Richard Sherlock Watson: No Ordinary Terror (J. Brooks Van Dyke) 2-5, 6, 7-9, 10, 11-12, 22-23, 27-30, 38-39, 42-48, 58, 59, 66, 69, 74-75, 76, 77-91, 101-107, 109, 111, 117-119, 121, 126, 128-132, 133, 134-161, 163-171, 173-175, 179, 185-193, 204, 209-212, 221-236, 241, 245-247, 248-249, 251-252, 255-257, 260-265, 266, 267-274, 276-280, 281-282, 283-295, 300-307

Sherlock Holmes Watson: "Mrs Hudson Speaks" (ZaSu Pitts) 423

William Watson: "The Patchwork Killer" (Kasey Lansdale) 278

"Sherlock Holmes, Jr Meets Santa Claus" (Anonymous) 324-326; Preface to A Sherlockian Quartet (Rick Boyer) 7; "The Adventure of the Fallen Stone" (Win Scott Eckert) 70; The Adventure of the Peerless Peer (Philip José Farmer) 125-127; The Adventure of the Three Madmen (Philip José Farmer) 169-170; Dead Man’s Land (Robert Ryan) 122; "The Return of the Sussex Vampire" (Christopher Sequeira) 209

Son-in-law
Ronald Alston: Night Watch (Stephen Kendrick) 7-8

Step-mother
Eileen Duffie: Watson’s Afghan Adventure (Kieran McMullen) 11-13

Step-son
Elias: "The Adventure of the Mocking Huntsman" (M.J. Elliott) 27

Uncle
Sherlock Holmes and the Egyptian Hall Adventure (Val Andrews) 19; The Strange Adventures of Charlotte Holmes (Hilary Bailey) 184; "The Case of the Poor Observer" (Colin Bruce) 210; "The Case of the Unfortunate Businessman" (Colin Bruce) 1-3, 10; Watson's Last Case (Ian Charnock) 170; "The Fulham Strangler" (Keith Moray) 306, 322; "The Case of Vittoria The Circus Belle" (Jay Sheckley) 295-297, 301, 311, 332

Wife
See: Mary Morstan; Mrs. Watson; Mrs. Watson's names