Sandra says,
"A few years ago, I visited Culloden Moor in Scottland, the site of a battle (1746) between the English and the Jacobites to put back Bonny Prince Charles (Charles Stuart) on the trone of Scottland. This was a bloody battle, the prince escaped and hid on the West Coast of Scottland, while his followers in France, particularly in France planned to take care of his fate. Two years later, he escaped to France on a boat from Brittany named the L'Heureux, probably the name of the captain. And this is how the name L'Heureux can be found in Scottish history".