Hi Marjorie. Janice Copeman with Goodfellow ancestory has an excellent website with her sources listed and the names of the soldiers given the grants also listed.She has used archives from Laval, Quebec City, Ottawa, etc.She notes a book "The Storied Province of Quebec" pg. 393-408. My grandfather said that his ancestor Robert was a soldier, with several siblings, some going to the USA. I had heard the Waterloo connection previously around Valcartier and Stoneham.My mother still maintains that her father told her that it was the "Plains of Abraham" and that a Goodfellow settled in Quebec. Of course 1759 is not consistent with Robert Goodfellow's birthdate, but what interests me is that noone knows what town he was from in Roxburghshire - or it seems this other Andrew on the website.I wonder if his grandfather from Roxburghshire settled in Lower or Upper Quebec after the Plains of Abraham.Pure speculation, but since Canada was not a nation at this time, perhaps even initial descendants of the settlers identified themselves as Scotch etc. Oh, another point of interest.While in London in 1985 I noted a statue in honour of a General Valcartier, located in central London, possibly Trafalgar square and it dated from the early 1800s.My grandfather was angry with the name change from Valcartier Village to St. Gabriel de Valcartier in the 1970s.I suspect that Valcartier Village was named in honour of this General.I am currently trying to get lists of names of soldiers who fought etc. in all of these battles.Stay in touch, Jill.