Sir William Wallace is considered one of Scotland's greatest heroes, thanks to his opposition to English rule under Edward I in the 13th century. The son of a minor Scottish lord, Wallace was educated and rebellious. Named an outlaw for killing an...
Elerslie, Renfrewshire, Scotland
August 23, 1305
Sir William Wallace was a Scottish knight who became one of the main leaders
during the Wars of Scottish Independence. Along with Andrew Moray, Wallace ...
Read a biography about William Wallace who led the Scottish rebellion against
Edward I. Discover why he is remembered as a patriot and national hero.
Much of William Wallace's life remains a mystery as historians disagree over the
facts surrounding the hero's eventful life. The exact circumstances of the patriot's
Nov 25, 2015 ... Sir William Wallace, (born c. 1270, probably near Paisley, Renfrew, Scotland—
died August 23, 1305, London, England), one of Scotland's ...
Aug 11, 2014 ... For the Scots, national hero William Wallace was an archetype of commitment to
Scotland's independence, dying a martyr to the cause and ...
Jan 13, 2012 ... A note of recommendation issued by King Philip IV of France and possibly
carried by William Wallace will go on display this August at the ...
A look at how much is known about William Wallace and what is just myth. With
any history covering a time over 7 centuries ago there will never be huge ...
Oct 17, 2016 ... Image source: DailyRecord.co.uk. Many people know the name of William
Wallace. In fact, in the film Braveheart, we see the story of a man who ...
William Wallace and Robert The Bruce. By Ben Johnson | Comments. There are
two men whose names were a clarion call to all Scots. Robert the Bruce, who ...