Anderson (1783 - 1804)
Cochrane (1777 - 1804)
Judge of the Court of King's Bench in
Cowan (d. 1804)
Interpreter for the Indian Department.
Fisk (1752 - 1804
High Constable of the Home District.
First known Ontario police officer to be killed
in the line of duty.
Isaac Dey Grey (1772 - 1804)
Solicitor-General for Upper Canada
Prosecutor for the planned trial.
Baker (d. 1804)
Servant (slave) of Robert Isaac Dey Grey.
Herchmer (1773 - 1804)
MacDonnell (d. 1804)
Representative for Durham, Simcoe and East
York in the House of Assembly.
Defence lawyer for Ogetonicut
From the Chippewa tribe.
Accused of murdering white man, John Sharpe
in revenge for the killing of his brother, Whistling
Ruggles (d. 1804)
He was present as Justice of the Peace when Ogetonicut
was arrested. He was likely serving
as a witness in the trial.
Stegman (1754 - 1804)
Witness for the trial.