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  • Sir John Rattray, 11th of that Ilk (b. - 1513)
    SIR JOHN RATTRAY OF THAT ILK Sir John Rattray of that Ilk, here treated, is the son of Sir Silvester Rattray, 10th of that Ilk RMS: 1424-1513: 1427 First Marriage Sir John Rattray of that Ilk, h...
  • Sir John Montgomery of Hessilhead (b. - 1513)
    SIR JOHN MONTGOMERY OF HESSILHEAD formerly of CORSCRAIG=== According to James Paterson, Sir John Montgomery of Hessilhead is the son of Hugh Montgomery of Hessilhead and his wife Janet Maxwell. History...
  • John Gordon, younger of Scardargue, 1st of Auchleuchries (c.1409 - c.1496)
    a son Had John, of Auchlenchries who was slain at battle of Flodden, 1513, under the command of Alexander, 3rd Earl of Huntly. (Stirnet says he died about 1496).Links* _________________________________...
  • Robert Crawford (c.1464 - 1513)
  • Sir Michael Balfour, 1st of Munqhannie (b. - 1513)
    Ancestor of Arthur Balfour Prime Minister of Great Britain1902 to 1905. Michael Balfour, 1st of Munqhany Parents: son of Michael Balfour, Janet Ogilvy Died: 9 September 1513 at Battle of Flodden...

Battle of Flodden

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  • Date 9 Sept 1513
  • Location Near Branxton, Northumberland, England
  • Belligerents Kingdom of England (26,000 English) v Kingdom of Scotland (30-34,000 Scottish)
  • Causes This conflict began when James IV, King of Scots declared war on England to honour the Auld Alliance with France by diverting Henry VIII's English troops from their campaign against the French king Louis XII. Henry VIII had also opened old wounds by claiming to be the overlord of Scotland which angered the Scots and the King.
  • Result Decisive English victory

Commanders and leaders

Kingdom of England //

Kingdom of Scotland //

Casualties and losses

English - 1,500

Scottish - 5,000-17000

Notable men who died

People who Fought but were not Killed at Flodden that I found in the list:

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References, Sources and Further Reading

  • Scotland - The History of a Nation by Magnus Magnusson


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