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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Eyworth

    holding the manor of Eyworth in right of his wife and left a son Robert, 22 who was slain at Bannockburn in 1314 , and whose son Roger de Clifford was executed for high treason after Boroughbridge in 1322 .

    Elsworth Introduction Elsworth c. 1790

    in 1314 the reeve had to furnish hospitality to 23 of Edward II 's household, probably on the return from Bannockburn . 36 The village had several alehouses in the 14th century, as later. 37 In 1532 its alehouse keepers

    Parishes Ockham

    herself died in 1307 , 8 leaving a son and heir Gilbert, then seventeen years of age. He died at Bannockburn without issue in 1314 . 9 Clare . Or three cheverons gules . The heirs of Gilbert de Clare

    Parishes Stoke d'Abernon

    12th century. In 1314 Gilbert de Clare , Earl of Gloucester and Hertford , was killed at the battle of Bannockburn . He left no issue and his estates were divided among his three sisters, while the earldoms of Glou

    Cranborne Chase

    1262 , and by his son Gilbert, in 1295 , who lost his life in 1314 at the battle of Bannockburn , leaving no heirs. The next in succession was his sister Elizabeth, and by her marriage with John de

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Sunday 9th September 1849

    defeated by Ld Morton . Mr Alison next told us, that the railway passes at Stirling of the Battlefield of Bannockburn , & that in making this railway pits had been found with the stakes in them, which Robert Bruce

    Monday 12th September 1842

    to Ly Willoughby , & amongst them was a double handed sword, which had been carried at the Battle of Bannockburn . On returning from our walk, we saw Ly Willoughby 's Scotch Terriers, - some very fine ones. -

    Tuesday 13th September 1842

    hazy one could not properly distuingish the Highland hills. Sir A. Christie showed us the Field of the Battle of Bannockburn , & close under the walls of the Castle, is the Queen's Knot, where the Tournaments used to take

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ymweled a Stirling. Cafwyd )O amser pleserus iawn yn ymweled a h- Chofadail y Professor Drummond, ae ct a maes Bannockburn. Cawsant ganiatad i i ganu emyn Cymreig yn yr Eglwys Mn Cadeiriol yno, a cbanasant Crugybar, w y tro Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that in which Bruce erected his standard on the memorable day when Scotland's. freedom was achieved on the field of Bannockburn., This solid wwliin which has stood so many storms unmoved, is now rapidly yielding to the chisel and the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    before sunset many had been removed in carts. On the roads finon Bannockburn Mull, in every direction, people mere found lying perfectly hielpless. One mean relates, that between Bannockburn and Stisling, he loosed the neckeloths, and placed in ele- vated Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    removed in carts. On the roads, in every direction, people were found lyingr perfectly elpless. One man relates, that between Bannockburn and Stirling, he looted the neclkrloths, and placed in elevated po-itions, no less than sight individuals who were evi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    peer forgot to say how the poet was to be fed when musing on the fields of Stirling, Falkirk, and Bannockburn. The poet spent the winter and spring of 1787 in Edinburgh, mtzch after his own heart; he loved company, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    21 April 1713, 21 April 1713

    for the faid Richard Shee, as defired. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of Sir Hugh SirH- Patei- Paterfon of Bannockburn Baronet, and John Murray of ^'r/t/'" Tochaddam, Archibald Sea ton of Touch, and John Er- Moderator of fiine of Subscribers-only content

    12 June 1713, 12 June 1713

    Inftant June, at Eleven a Clock. After hearing Counfel, upon the Petition and Appeal Sl'rH.Pateirc of Sir Hugh Paterfon of Bannockburn Baronet, and John mj^ Murray of Tochaddam, Archibald Seaton of Touch, andtfiePr John Erfiine of Balgonny, Efquires, Heretors or Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1717, 25 June 1717

    Children of James late Earl of Souihefke, JamesTS* & " late Lord Dfummond, the late Sir Hugh Paterfon of " Bannockburn, and James Sterling late of Keir." Hodie ia Vice leffa eft Billa, intituled, " An A61 to en- Wife Subscribers-only content

    28 June 1717, 28 June 1717

    and Children of James late Earl of Southefk, James " late Lord Brummond, the late Sir Hugh Pater/on of " Bannockburn, and James Stirling late of Keir." Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to a Committee of the whole Subscribers-only content

    3 July 1717, 3 July 1717

    of James " late Earl of Southefi, James late Lord Drummond, " the late Sir Hugh Pat erf on of Bannockburn, and '* Jama Stirling late of Keir:" Hodie 3 ft " enable William Newman Efquire to fell Part of Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    The field of Bannockburn and the Bore Stone, 1826

    field of Bannockburn and the Bore Stone In the distance, the Grampian Hills; on the left, Stirling Castle; on the right, part of the Firth of Forth. Near the foreground, towards the left is the large flat Bore stone. 1826Etching

    The field of Bannockburn and the Bore Stone, 1826

    field of Bannockburn and the Bore Stone In the distance, the Grampian Hills; on the left, Stirling Castle; on the right, part of the Firth of Forth. Near the foreground, towards the left is the large flat Bore stone. Etching

    The field of Bannockburn and the Bore Stone, 1826

    field of Bannockburn and the Bore Stone In the distance, the Grampian Hills; on the left, Stirling Castle; on the right, part of the Firth of Forth. Near the foreground, towards the left is the large flat Bore stone. Etching

 

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