Hi Harry - You are so right. Although I don't have the details in front of me, my ancestor Robert Goodfellow of Valcartier, Quebec, petitioned for a land grant on behalf of his brothers William and Andrew, in 1821. A Captain Barrington's name is on the top of the document. Captain Charles Barrington served with another ancestor of mine, Lt.-Commander Alexander Wolff during the Napoleonic wars.Robert and William received land grants, as did Wolff and Barrington. Barrington settled in Cape Breton ultimately. To date my military researcher has not been able to find any Goodfellow in Barrington's regiments.William sold his land to Robert in the early 1830s and moved to be with his brother Andrew and mother Helen Lies in Ontario. Helen married Robert Goodfellow of Hawick in Selkirk, and then they settled in Lilliesleaf. William that settled in Ontario may have been married to a Margaret Dods of Lilliesleaf.I have documents pertaining to a William Goodfellow who was Conductor of Stores in Quebec City in 1820 that returned to England in 1820, possibly with a wife,re his being a witness to a Mr. Hare that was stealing from the stores.The Scottish Goodfellows of Ontario are related to the Scottish Goodfellows of Quebec.