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Hugh Mackay of Scourie

Military officer who served with the Scots-Dutch Brigade and commanded Scottish government forces at Killiecrankie

Hugh Mackay of Scourie was born c.1640 and is best remembered for commanding Scottish government forces at the battle of Killiecrankie in 1689.

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