Major General James Wolfe. A portrait of Wolfe painted after his heroics at Louisburg 1758 which secured him the command of the 1759 Quebec expedition. Dressed completely in scarlets, he sports no sword but intentionally slings a musket on his back. The black armband is worn for his father, General Edward Wolfe, who had passed away recently.
Louis-Joseph de Montcalm-Gozon, Marquis de Saint-Veran (February 1712 [O. February – September was a French soldier best known as the commander of the forces in North America during the Seven Years' War
General Sir Guy Carleton, who was the governor of Canada, a real character mentioned from time to time, though he hasn't made an appearance in the series so far. In the storyline, he's a distant relative of Jonathan Carleton.
Simon Fraser. Only known contemporary likeness of Colonel Simon Fraser who commanded the 78th Fraser Highlanders, the largest regiment in Wolfe's Army at Quebec (red-haired gent in kilt leaning forward). Detail from the famous "Death of Wolfe" painting by Benjamin West.