When Du Vernet met John Cochrane, he was a regularly attendee at Jeremiah Johnston’s church services, as well as a prominent leader and a member of the Midewiwin society. From Du Vernet’s account we know that had three children all of whom were baptized, and we can surmise that the woman making bannock outside their summer home was his wife. According to Archbishop Phair’s detailed account in the Anglican magazine, the Church Missionary Intelligencer, Phair and Jeremiah Johnston baptized Cochrane in 1904, giving him his Christian name. (However, he was already known as John Cochrane in 1898). Phair was very hopeful that when this “man of influence” chose baptism, many other Ojibwe people would follow in his wake. If any readers have more information about John Cochrane, please let us know.