The Battle of Killiecrankie July 27th 1689
In 1689 William of Orange, William III had landed on the shores of England ousting King James II from the dual thrones of England and Scotland. When the Scottish clansmen heard of this news they were wanting to help there former Scottish King. Bonnie Dundee raised the Royal standard for King James II. The Jacobites were 1.800 men strong. The government troops were 3.500 men strong, led by General MacKay of Scourie. Like all the clansmen in battle they were mixed Highland, Lowland, Islanders and Irish men fighting on both sides over their opposite beliefs of their Kings. The pass at Killiecrankie was to be a very brave battle fought between the Scottish clansmen, and Irish patriots.
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