|Allies||His unnamed former owner, his current owner|
|First Appearance||The Mystery of the Stuttering Parrot (only appearance).|
|Line in clue||"You know my methods Watson. Three Sevens lead to thirteen."|
After John Silver had fled to California after smuggling the painting of the shepherdess, he started living in Ramos Sanchez's house. After getting an idea from the picture that was painted above the shepherdess' painting, Silver bought seven parrots with "pretty yellow heads" and seven cages. He then began teaching them their individual riddles.
After Silver had died, Sanchez waited for the "fat man" who Silver said would come. However, the man didn't come, and all the parrots, including Sherlock Holmes, were sold to different people.
After Claudius came to know that Sanchez had sold he parrots, and after Sanchez told him the neighbourhood where he had sold them, Claudius was able to buy three parrots, including Sherlock Holmes. However, parrot refused to speak.
- He was named after Sherlock Holmes, the famous fictional detective created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. His speech also referenced Watson, his fictious assistant, also created by Doyle.
- His speech was Part 5 of the riddle.