|Born||circa 1270||Born At|
|Died||23 August 1305||Buried At|
|Born||circa 1270 /|
|Died||23 August 1305 /|
Family Tree Details
Wallace, William (b.1270? - d.1305)
William Wallace and Andrew De Moray leaders of the Scottish revolt in the South and North joined forces and defeated the English army led by Surrey at Stirling. The Scots caught the English forces as they crossed a bridge across the Forth.
Edward's army defeated Wallace. The battle is dominated by the English and Welsh longbows.
William Wallace had returned to Scotland from France where he had been in exile and so Edward took an army into Scotland.
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