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Borderers

Borderers

Border Reivers riding Hot Trod with blazing spears and horns blaring

Border Reivers riding Hot Trod with blazing spears and horns blaring

Clan Bell:This old West Marche Clan, one of the eight great riding families of the Scottish Border since the early 1100s, were retainers of the Great House of Douglas and also allied with the best border families through blood and friendship.Their land holdings were extensive, and to survive, they engaged in the "rieving" of the period and participated in many battles against the English.Declared "unruly" by the Scottish Parliament, many of the Clan emigrated to the Ulster Plantation after…

Clan Bell:This old West Marche Clan, one of the eight great riding families of the Scottish Border since the early 1100s, were retainers of the Great House of Douglas and also allied with the best border families through blood and friendship.Their land holdings were extensive, and to survive, they engaged in the "rieving" of the period and participated in many battles against the English.Declared "unruly" by the Scottish Parliament, many of the Clan emigrated to the Ulster Plantation after…

The Jacobites - Interactive Jacobite Soldier

The Jacobites - Interactive Jacobite Soldier

Border Riever reenactor

Border Riever reenactor

Reivers

Reivers

"Of all of Scotland's glories, the Borders is the one, that always will remain within my heart!"  (Line from Kenny Spiers song, "My Borderland")

"Of all of Scotland's glories, the Borders is the one, that always will remain within my heart!" (Line from Kenny Spiers song, "My Borderland")

Border Reivers-Christie's Will Armstrong | ScotClans | Scottish Clans

Border Reivers-Christie's Will Armstrong | ScotClans | Scottish Clans

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Scottish folk group the Corries sings the Braes of Killiekrankie memorializing the fatal victory of the "Devil Dundee" over the invading forces of King William.

Scottish folk group the Corries sings the Braes of Killiekrankie memorializing the fatal victory of the "Devil Dundee" over the invading forces of King William.