Heather McCartney
Adopted daughter of Paul McCartney
Heather McCartney
Heather Louise McCartney was born in Tucson, Arizona to Linda McCartney (née Eastman) and Joseph Melville See Jr. , an American geologist. She is the adopted daughter of Paul McCartney.
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Where the Hammer Falls - Mosman Daily
Google News - over 5 years
VIEW DRAWS THE BUYERS A large two-bedroom apartment on the top floor at 6/39 Raymond Rd, Neutral Bay, sold through Jonathan Kaars and Heather McCartney of LJ Hooker Mosman for $695000. Mr Kaars said offers were secured from two of three buyers shown
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Former Hollywood reporter 'arrested' by phone hack police - Channel 4 News
Google News - over 5 years
Channel 4 News's Jon Snow presented him with the prestigious award (pictured) for his stories about Heather McCartney, Peaches Geldoff's divorce and Fern Britton's gastric band. His last articles for the now defunct tabloid focused on the royals in the
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Joey Barton, Nicklas Bendtner And The Inflated Ego XI - Sabotage Times
Google News - over 5 years
Ego Rating: Heather McCartney-Mills The annoying face of a juggernaught success. Now split they seem to be on telly more now than when they were together. Frank was a popular centre half until he appeared on the once funny 'They Think It's All Over…
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Where the Hammer Falls - Mosman Daily
Google News - over 5 years
Mr Kaars and colleague Heather McCartney sold another two-bedroom apartment at 12/18 Cranbrook Ave for $770000 APARTMENTS MOVE A two-bedroom apartment at 2/18 McKye St, Waverton, sold through Raine & Horne Crows Nest agents David Hill and Heidi Brown
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City adopts emergency rules for collective pot gardens - Snohomish County Tribune
Google News - over 5 years
The two medical marijuana providers operating now in Mukilteo were grandfathered in and do not have to be located in the established zoning, planning director Heather McCartney said last week. As of last week, two other providers have approached the
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City recommends option for Mukilteo ferry improvements - Mukilteo Beacon
Google News - over 5 years
“Our objective, as we've always said, is to reclaim public access to the waterfront,” said Heather McCartney, the city's director of Planning and Community Development. “We are doing this process because we want the ferry to be relocated,
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City installs metal artwork at Lighthouse Park - Mukilteo Beacon
Google News - over 5 years
“It is already attracting attention and questions,” said Heather McCartney, the city's director of planning and community development. “It adds another element when you drive into the cul-de-sac.” The sculpture is a wonderful addition to Lighthouse
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Vision for Japanese Gulch includes more trails and facilities - HeraldNet
Google News - over 5 years
The trails crisscross the ravine through public and private land, said Heather McCartney, the city's director of Community Development. As soon as they get the necessary permits, crews will start realigning existing trails so they don't go through
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City seeks interim parking on Tank Farm - SmallTownPapers News Service
Google News - over 5 years
“The Air Force has given the nod to continue to talk to us, but they haven't said, 'Oh, yes, we can consummate this lease,'” said Heather McCartney, director of Planning and Community Development. Staff is scheduled to update council on the status of
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Council envisions gulch park - Mukilteo Beacon
Google News - over 5 years
They do not include Burlington Northern Santa Fe right-of-ways or private properties, said Heather McCartney, director of planning and community development. A proposal for phases 3 and 4 has not yet been drafted. Phase 3 involves 11 acres to soon be
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Six-word odes to Mom written with wit - Great Falls Tribune
Google News - almost 6 years
Heather McCartney Duty, Choteau "Her influence lives on in me." — Maureen Sunwall Nelson "Had six kids; still wanted more!" — Molly Hayes "Pretty, tall, wonderful, nice, smart, gentle." — Norbert Red Crow Jr., Browning "Loving parent, guiding friend
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Mukilteo seeking grant for artwork at Lighthouse Park - HeraldNet
Google News - almost 6 years
Community Development Director Heather McCartney is applying for a $150000 National Endowment for the Arts grant. The public agency supports arts through grants, research and various initiatives. Mukilteo is among several hundred agencies who were
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FOOD STUFF
NYTimes - almost 18 years
Out of the Bronx, Cookies Inspired by Africa Heather McCartney has turned a lark into a sweet business. Inspired by a trip to Africa, Ms. McCartney, a Bronx dance teacher, bakes chocolate and spice cookies shaped and decorated like African masks, drums, dolls and the continent itself. Her company, Ethnic Edibles, now produces not just the
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Currents;Pottery That Puts The Surprise Inside
NYTimes - over 20 years
HEATHER McCARTNEY, the daughter of Linda and Paul McCartney, is stepping out from their very tall shadows to begin a career as a potter with a collection of impeccably detailed terra-cotta vessels at Felissimo, 10 West 56th Street, starting in September. They are fired raw on the outside and glazed inside in pretty flower garden colors. Ms.
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Heather McCartney
    THIRTIES
  • 1999
    Age 36
    In 1999, in Atlanta, Georgia, and accompanied by her adoptive father, McCartney unveiled a line of houseware products, the Heather McCartney Houseware Collection.
    More Details Hide Details In line with the beliefs of her parents, and siblings, Heather has interests in ecology, animal rights, and native peoples. Heather McCartney lives on Paul McCartney's estate in Sussex, England, where she maintains a low profile and continues to work as a potter.
  • 1995
    Age 32
    In 1995, breast cancer was diagnosed in McCartney's mother, Linda, who died on April 17, 1998, in Tucson, Arizona.
    More Details Hide Details McCartney remains a prominent potter and designer, with exhibitions in New York City, Phoenix, Tokyo, Paris, and Sydney, and has been described by Wedgewood as "one of Britain's most exciting new talents."
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1971
    Age 8
    Beginning shortly after Stella's 1971 birth, McCartney and her siblings accompanied their famous parents around the world with their successful rock group Wings.
    More Details Hide Details This continued until 1980 when the band stopped touring. She has said that, as a child, she had trouble forming friendships with other children and had difficulty fitting in; she has also said she did not do well in school. With encouragement from her mother, she took up printing at the Photographers' Workshop in Covent Garden, and was talented enough to win the Young Black and White Printer of the Year Award in Ilford for a photo she called "Waterfall." Her success encouraged her to go on to art college, where she discovered a talent for pottery and design. During the early 1980s, Heather McCartney dated musician Billy Idol. In her twenties, Heather McCartney was hospitalized in a clinic for treatment of an emotional disorder. A few years after her release, she traveled to Mexico with very little money and spent several months living among natives of the Huichol and Tarahumara tribes. She felt liberated by this experience.
  • 1969
    Age 6
    Also in 1969, McCartney appeared in the last Beatles movie, Let It Be.
    More Details Hide Details She has stated that, although See had a lifelong influence on her, she considers Paul McCartney to be her father. A half-sister, Mary, was born in 1969, followed by another half-sister, Stella, in 1971 and a half-brother, James, in 1977. Heather has six nephews and two nieces: Mary's four sons Arthur Alistair Donald (born 3 April 1999), Elliot Donald (born 1 August 2002), Sam Aboud (born 11 August 2008) and Sid Aboud (born 3 Sept 2011); and Stella's two sons Miller Alasdhair James Willis (born 25 February 2005) and Beckett Robert Lee Willis (born January 8, 2008), and her two daughters Bailey Linda Olwyn Willis (born 8 December 2006) and Reiley Willis (born 23 November 2010).
    Also in 1969, Heather was formally adopted by Paul McCartney through legal process (and with prior consent from See, her biological father) and took the McCartney name.
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    After raising her daughter on her own in New York City for several years, Linda married Paul McCartney, of The Beatles, in 1969, when Heather was six years old.
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  • 1962
    Born
    Born on December 31, 1962.
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