I devoted a chapter in Part Two 'And the Boys Are At the Barracks' to the militia and to tracing which settlers had a military record. With help from Debbie Hill of Toronto and her public tree on Ancestry and some additional research, I have updated the story of Hugh Law and Isabella Marlin on page 529 and William Law and Matilda Wilson and their children on page 530.
I have added a photograph of my grandmother Jane Ellen Smith on page 841.
Sergeant Robert Heather, with his father and brother and another brother Wilford, settled in Kildare Township, Lower Canada in 1822.
You may read about the Heather family in Part Two of .
I have added information about John Wilson and Ann Morrison, late arrivals from Ireland c. They are noted as parents of Matilda (Law) on page 530 but more information is found on pages 635 and 636.
I have added evidence that they moved to Randboro, Newport Township, Compton County, Quebec before 1890, which is where they died c. Margaret (Peggy) Burbidge of Ottawa has done a tremendous job locating the children and families of William King the eldest son of Emily Charlotte Burbidge, born at Rawdon in 1857 (see Part One, page 383).