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  • Andrew Stewart (1746 - d.)
  • Benjamin Haws (c.1718 - c.1783)
    Recorded as written: Haws was in the same regiment as Sir John Wedderburn, a Baronet. The Baroness was a strong Stuart supporter and a recruiting agent for the Prince, exhorting men to join his force...
  • William Shaw (c.1720 - 1777)
    William Shaw (c1720-after 1777) was a Scot captured at the Battle of Culloden and deported to Virginia following the collapse of the Jacobite Rising of 1745 in favor of the Stuart dynasty. After the Ba...
  • Charles Edward Stuart "Bonnie Prince Charlie" (1720 - 1788)
    Charles Edward Stuart (31 December 1720 – 31 January 1788) was the exiled Jacobite claimant to the thrones of England, Scotland, and Ireland. He is most commonly known in English and Scots as Bo...
  • Prince William, Duke of Cumberland (1721 - 1765)
    Died unmarried and without issues Links: The Peerage Geneall Wikipedia: English Deutsch " Duke of Cumberland, William, Duke of Cumberland ", Westminster Abbey

Battle of Culloden


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  • Date 16 April 1746
  • Location Culloden, east of Inverness
  • Belligerents British Army and Hessian mercenaries V Jacobites and France
  • Causes
  • Result Decisive Government victory Jacobite rebellion collapses

Commanders and leaders

Duke of Cumberland

Charles Edward Stuart Bonnie Prince Charlie

Casualties and losses

Notable casualties



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