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By Brandon Fletcher, June 2, 2013
Wallacestone William Wallace Memorial
United Kingdom, Scotland (Falkirk), Wallacestone — Wallacestone MemorialSir William Wallace
. . . — Map (db m85738) HM
United Kingdom, Scotland (Glasgow), Robroyston — Betrayed & CapturedWilliam Wallace
(Main plaque:) This memorial erected 1900 A.D. By public subscription is to mark the site of the house in which the hero of Scotland was basely betrayed and captured about midnight on 5th August 1305 when alone with his faithful friend and . . . — Map (db m85739) HM
United Kingdom, Scotland (Inverness-shire), Culloden — Culloden Battlefield
. . . — Map (db m85783) HM WM
United Kingdom, Scotland (Lochaber), Glencoe — Massacre of Glencoe MemorialClan MacDonald
This Cross is Reverently Erected in the Memory of McIan Chief of the MacDonalds of Glencoe Who fell with his people in the Massacre of Glencoe of 13 Feb: 1692 By his direct descendant Ellen Burns MacDonald of Glencoe . . . — Map (db m85791) HM
United Kingdom, Scotland (Lothian), Edinburgh — Memorial to Wallace
Memorial to Wallace ________________ Erected by The Corporation of Edinburgh Under Captain Hugh Reid's bequest Unveiled 28th of May 1929 The Rt. Hon. Sir Alexander Stevenson Lord Provost — Map (db m85669) HM
United Kingdom, Scotland (Lothian), Edinburgh — Nelson Monument
Calton Hill Edinburgh’s First Public Park Welcome to Calton Hill The Nelson Monument Built: 1807 – 1816 Architect: Robert Burn Rising over 30 metres high, the Nelson Monument commemorates the naval hero Admiral Horatio . . . — Map (db m127022) HM WM
United Kingdom, Scotland (Lothian), Edinburgh — The Black Watch MonumentSouth African War
AM FREICEADAN DUBH To the Memory of Officers Non- Commissioned Officers & men of THE BLACK WATCH Who fell in the South African War 1899-1902 — Map (db m85856) WM
United Kingdom, Scotland (Renfrewshire), Elderslie — William Wallace Birthplace MemorialElderslie, Scotland
Welcome to the traditional site of William Wallace's birthplace. Wallace was a hero of Scotland's Wars of Independence against England during the 13th and 14th centuries. Recent archaeological work on this site proves that during the . . . — Map (db m85741) HM
United Kingdom, Scotland (Ross and Cromarty), Ullapool — Ullapool War Memorial
1914 – 1918 To The Glory of God and in Honoured Memory of The Men of Ullapool and surrounding District who fell in the Great War Dileas Guiseppe Bas Kings R.R. Corps Pte. Alexander MacRae Loyal Scouts Sgt. Murdo robertson . . . — Map (db m127972) WM
United Kingdom, Scotland (Scottish Borders), Melrose — Royal ConnectionsMelrose Abbey
For centuries, Melrose Abbey was connected to the Scottish Crown. While it never gained the regal position of Iona or Dunfermline, its location close to England and association with kings has given it a special place in Scottish history. David . . . — Map (db m88486) HM
United Kingdom, Scotland (Stirlingshire), Falkirk — Battle of Falkirk Muir
The Battle of Falkirk was fought around here 17th Jany 1746 — Map (db m88101) HM
United Kingdom, Scotland (Stirlingshire), Falkirk — Sir John de Graeme
Sir John de Graeme, William Wallace's right hand man, died during the Battle of Falkirk, when the English defeated Wallace in 1298. Victorian admirers honoured de Graeme's tomb with a wrought iron canopy and replica sword. 'They carried him . . . — Map (db m88042) WM
United Kingdom, Scotland (Stirlingshire), Falkirk — Sir John De Graeme Memorial
(Front) This Memorial Fountain is erected near the spot where Sir John De Graeme Fell (Back) Presented by Robert Dollar ESQ, of San Francisco To Falkirk his native town in honour of Sir John De Graeme and . . . — Map (db m88100) HM
United Kingdom, Scotland (Stirlingshire), Falkirk — The Bute Memorial
The 3rd Marquess of Bute erected this Celtic cross in 1877 to the gallant men of Bute'. They died to a man defending their leader, Sir John Stewart, at the Battle of Falkirk, in 1298 during the Wars of Independence. — Map (db m88044) WM

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