Constantin Héger

Constantin Héger

Constantin Georges Romain Héger (1809 – 1896) was a Belgian teacher of the Victorian era. He is best remembered today for his association with Emily and Charlotte Brontë during the 1840s.

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Constantin Héger - Later Years
... Brontës’ stay at the boarding school, Héger became Principal of the Athénée Royale in 1853, but resigned the position in 1855 in objection to methods implemented by the General Inspectors of the ... Constantin Héger died in 1896, and was buried with his wife and their daughter Marie, who died in 1886, in Watermael-Boitsfort municipal cemetery, on the edge of the Forêt de Soignes ...