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Siege of Stirling Castle - 1304

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Siege of Stirling Castle

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April 1304 – 20 July 1304


Stirling Castle, Scotland


English Victory


Kingdom of Scotland

  • Strength 30
  • Commanders and leaders

He and his garrison surrendered to the English. He was captured and imprisoned in the Tower of London. In 1296 Sir William was captured after the Battle of Dunbar and imprisoned at Devizes in England. He returned to Scotland after his release and was appointed Constable of Stirling Castle. Sir William led the 30-strong garrison which defended.

  • Casualties and losses
  • Captives

Kingdom of England

  • Strength 12 siege engines, unknown number of troops
  • Commanders and leaders
  • Casualties and losses
  • Captives




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