Stewarts of Appin (Battle of Culloden)

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Reference WMO266599

Address:

Old Appin Parish Church

A828

Appin

Scotland

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Status: On subsequent site(s)
Type: Non freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Attached to a building/structure
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Materials:
  • Stone Stone (any)
Lettering: Painted
Conflicts:
  • Jacobite Rebellions (1708-1746)
About the memorial: Arched recess built against West gable wall of the Old Appin Parish Church. Enclosed is marker stone from Culloden where the Stewarts of Appin were allegedly buried and a plaque listing families who fought there. The memorial was previously at the battle site near Inverness and was moved here in 1908. Multiple photos on IWM Register 80672.
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STEWART OF APPIN (clan badge) THIS OLD STONE / REMOVED TO APPIN. 1908(?) / ORIGINALLY STOOD AT THE HEAD OF / THE GRAVE ON CULLODEN MOOR / WHERE LIE 92 OFFICERS AND MEN / OF THE STEWARTS OF APPIN WHO FELL / IN THE MEMORABLE CHARGE OF THE RIGHT WING / OF THE PRINCE'S ARMY APRIL 16TH 1746. EXTRACT (SUMMARIZED) FROM THE / REGISTER OF APPIN / (WOUNDED PROBABLY INCOMPLETE) (list of families and commoners) The Regiment, reduced, numbered / about 300, between 50 and 60 being Stewart officers who led.

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