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Use of the information contained in this archive are governed by their respective license agreements and may contain restrictions on use.You may read about the Heather family in Part Two of .Rod would be pleased to hear from you if you are interested in the Heather family or the Battle of Waterloo; contact him at [email protected] thanks to Sheila Lamb, I have added photographs on page 664 of her maternal grandmother, Susan Lucinda Rourke, Mrs.
Jonathan "Jack" Hindle and what we believe may be Henry Warren Rourke with his first wife Catherine Nightingale and one on page 666 which is possibly, Ellen Nightingale, his second wife.
The lead article in the June 2017 issue of was 'A Future Quebecker at Waterloo' by , Rodney Heather and is about Sergeant Robert Heather and his role on June 18, 1815, in the Battle of Waterloo.