Monday, 5 December, 2022

Battle of Drumclog

On June 1 1679, Scottish government dragoons commanded by John Graham of Claverhouse are defeated by an armed contingent of Covenanters led by Robert Hamilton and William Cleland who had deployed their forces at Drumclog in Ayrshire.

Last Updated on 2 July 2021 by Neil Ritchie

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