1715 Rising
    Sutherland, Kenneth, 3rd Lord D ( 1715 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Anglo-Scottish Wars
    Gordon, John ( 1377-1388 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Aberdeen
    Balfour, Robert, Lord Balfour o ( 12 Sep 1644 ), where he was defeated by Montrose
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Alnwick
    Douglas, George, 4th Earl of An ( 1462 ), where he obtained a victory over the English
    Douglas, William, 3rd of Drumla ( 1462 )
    Kevelioc, Hugh, 3rd Earl of Che ( 13 Jul 1174 ), where he was taken prisoner by King Henry II
Scotland, Edward ( 13 Nov 1093 ), where he was wounded
    Count equals 4 individuals.

Battle of Alnwick Castle
Neville, John, 1st and last Mar ( Jan 1463 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Ancrum Moor
Eure, Ralph ( 6 Mar 1545 )
    Haig, Robert, of Bemersyde ( 1545 )
    Count equals 2 individuals.

Battle of Ancrum Muir
    Borthwick, John, 5th Lord Borth ( Mar 1545 )
    Douglas, Archibald, 6th Earl of ( 1545 )
    Lindsay, John, 5th Lord Lindsay ( 6 Mar 1545 ), where he commanded Scots forces
    Count equals 3 individuals.

Battle of Bannockburn
     Gilliecallum ( 1314 )
    Atholia, Duncan, of Glenerochie ( 1306 ), where he is traditionally said to have arrived with his Clan and turned the tide in King Robert I's favour
    Basset, Ralph, 1st Lord Basset ( 24 Jun 1314 ), where he was taken prisoner
    Beaumont, Henry, 1st Earl of Bu ( 24 Jun 1314 )
    Berkeley, Thomas, 1st Lord Berk ( 24 Jun 1314 ), where he was taken prisoner, and paid a large sum for his ransom
    Boyd, Robert, 1st of Kilmarnock ( 1314 )
    Bruce, Robert I, King of Scotla ( 24 Jun 1314 )
Clare, Gilbert, 7th Earl of Glo ( 24 Jun 1314 )
    Clifford, Robert, 1st Lord Clif
Comyn, John, of Badenoch ( 24 Jun 1314 )
Despenser, Hugh, 1st and last E ( 1314 )
    Grey, John, 2nd Lord Grey (of W ( 1314 )
    Haga, Peter, of Bemersyde ( 1314 )
    Hastings, Edmund, 1st and last ( 24 Jun 1314 ), on the English side
    Hastings, John, 2nd Lord Hastin ( 1314 )
    Keith, Robert ( 1314 ), as commander of the Scottish light horse
    Latimer, William, 1st/2nd Lord ( 1314 ), where he was captured and held by Bothwell until he was ransomed eight months later
    Macdonald, Angus 'Oig', Lord of ( 24 Jun 1314 ), where he commanded holders
    Macnab, Angus ( 1314 ), where he was defeated and his lands were forfeited
    Macneil, Niall 'Og', 6th of Bar ( 1314 ), where he is claimed to have fought with King Robert I
    Neville, Hugh, 1st Lord Neville ( 24 Jun 1314 )
    Neville, Robert ( 24 Jun 1314 ), and was taken prisoner by the Scots
    Pilkington, Roger ( 1314 )
Poynings, Michael ( 24 Jun 1314 )
    Randolph, Thomas, 1st Earl of M ( 1314 )
Ross, Walter ( 24 Jun 1314 )
    Scrymgeour, Nicholas, of Dudhop ( 1314 ), where he bore the Royal Standard of Scotland
    Stewart, Walter, 6th High Stewa ( 1314 ), where he commanded one of the divisions of the Scottish Army
Ufford, Thomas ( 24 Jun 1314 )
    Count equals 29 individuals.

Battle of Charlemont
    Hamilton, James, 3rd Lord Hamil ( 20 Jul 1650 ), where he fought on the side of his stepfather, Sir Phelim O'Neill, and was laten prisoner by the English, 6 Aug 1650
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Culloden
    Bannerman, Alexander, of Elsick ( 16 Apr 1746 ), after which he fled to France
    Blakeney, George Augustus
    Blakeney, John
    Bland, Humphrey, as the Major-General
    Boyd, Charles ( 16 Apr 1746 ), after which he escaped abroad
    Boyd, William, 4th Earl of Kilm ( 16 Apr 1746 ), where he was captured
    Brereton, William ( 1745 )
    Cameron, Donald, of Lochiel, 19 ( 1746 ), where he was wounded
    Carnegie, George ( 1746 ), after which he escaped to Sweden
    Carnegie, James, of Pittarrow, ( 1746 )
    Colville, John, 8th Lord Colvil ( 1746 )
    Crosbie, John
    Cuninghame, Robert, 1st Baron R ( 16 Apr 1746 ), with the 14th Foot
    Drummond, James, 3rd Duke of Pe
    Drummond, James, 5th Viscount S ( 16 Apr 1746 )
    Drummond, John, 4th Duke of Per ( 1745 )
    Drummond, Louis ( 1745 )
    Elphinstone, Arthur, 6th Lord B ( 16 Apr 1746 ), where he was taken prisoner
Farquharson, Harry ( 16 Apr 1746 )
Fraser, Charles, younger of Inv ( 1746 )
    Goodenough, John ( 1746 )
    Grant, Alexander ( 16 Apr 1746 ), where he was wounded fighting for Prince Charles Edward
    Hay, James, 15th Earl of Erroll ( 16 Apr 1746 ), for the English, on opposing side from his father
    Keppel, George, 3rd Earl of Alb ( 16 Apr 1746 ), when he bore the dispatches announcing the victory to London
    Keppel, William Anne, 2nd Earl ( 16 Apr 1746 )
Kerr, Robert ( 16 Apr 1746 )
    Kerr, William Henry, 4th Marque ( 1746 ), where he commanded cavalry
    Macdonald, Aeneas ( 1745 ), where he was captured and sentenced to death, but later exiled to France
Macdonald, Alexander, 17th of K ( 16 Apr 1746 )
    Macdonald, Alexander, 7th of Gl ( 1746 ), where he was severely wounded
    Macdonald, Donald ( 16 Apr 1746 )
    Macdonald, James ( 1746 )
    Macdonald, John ( 1746 )
    Macdonald, Ranald, 4th of Belfi ( 1746 ), where he was severely wounded, and was captured
Macdonell, Archibald ( 16 Apr 1746 )
    Macdonell, Ranald, 5th of Scotu ( 1746 )
    Macdonnell, John Æneas, 5th of ( 1746 ), where he was wounded
    Mackenzie, John, of Torridon ( 1746 ), as a Jacobite but escaped attainder
Mackintosh, Roderick 'Og' ( 16 Apr 1746 )
Maclachlan, Lachlan, 17th of Ma ( 16 Apr 1746 )
Maclean, Charles, 4th of Drimni ( 16 Apr 1745 )
    Makgill, George, where he was wounded and narrowly escaped capture
    Massey, Eyre, 1st Baron Clarina ( 1746 ), where he was wounded
    Matheson, John, 2nd of Bennetsf ( 16 Apr 1746 ), and escaped afterwards
McBain, Gillies 'Mor' ( 1746 )
McLachlan, Lachlan, of that Ilk ( 16 Apr 1746 )
Mercer, Robert ( 16 Apr 1746 ), as a Jacobite
    Murray, Anthony, younger of Dol ( 16 Apr 1746 )
    Murray, John, Master of Nairne ( 1745 )
    Murray, William, Marquess of Tu ( 16 Apr 1746 ), where he surrendered himself
    O'Neill, Felix ( 1746 ), where he was again captured and released as a Spanish subject in 1747
    Ogilvy, David ( 1746 )
    Ogilvy, Thomas ( 1746 ), as Jacobite
    Robertson, Donald, of Woodsheal ( 1746 ), as Leader of Clan Donnachaidh, where he was left for dead, but later escaped to France
    Sackville, George, 1st Viscount ( 1746 )
Stewart, John Glas, 1st of Benm ( 16 Apr 1746 )
    Stuart, Alexander ( 1746 )
    Stuart, Charles Edward Louis J ( 16 Apr 1746 ), where his army was defeated
    Wedderburn, John, of Blackness, ( 1745 ), where he was captured by the English
    Count equals 59 individuals.

Battle of Dunbar
    Berkeley, Walter, of Towie ( 27 Apr 1296 ), where he was captured by the English
    Bruce, James, of Powfoulis ( 3 Sep 1651 )
    Brus, Robert, 1st Lord Brus ( 28 Apr 1296 ), with King Edward I
    Campbell, Archibald, 9th Earl o ( 3 Sep 1650 ), on behalf of King Charles II
    Campbell, John, 1st Earl of Lou ( 1650 ), for King Charles II
    Carmichael, James ( 1650 )
    Drummond, Malcolm, 9th Thane of ( 1296 ), where he was captured by the English
    Fraser, Simon ( 27 Apr 1296 ), where he was taken prisoner by the English but set free to fight for King Edward I in Flanders
    Goffe, William ( 3 Sep 1650 )
Graham, Patrick, of Kincardine ( 28 Apr 1296 ), on the English side
Haldane, John, 11th of Gleneagl ( 3 Sep 1650 )
    Haya, William, of Lochorwart ( 27 Apr 1296 ), where he was captured by the English
    Leslie, Alexander, 1st Earl of ( 1650 ), as a royalist
    Maxwell, John
    Percy, Henry, 1st Lord Percy ( 27 Apr 1296 )
    Rattray, Eustace, 3rd of Rattra ( 1296 ), where he was captured and taken prisoner to England
Stewart, Alexander, 2nd Bt. ( 3 Sep 1650 )
    Strathbogie, John, 9th Earl of ( 28 Apr 1296 ), fighting on the side of the Scots, who were defeated. He was taken prisoner to London
    Count equals 18 individuals.

Battle of Dundalk
    Bermingham, John, 1st and last ( 14 Oct 1318 ), where he defeated the forces of Edward Bruce, who had been crowned King of Ireland, with Bruce being slain
    O'Neill, Domnall, King of Ulste ( 1399 ), where he was taken by the English, and sent to the Tower of London
    O'Neill, Domnall, King of Ulste ( 1318 ), for Edward Bruce
    Stewart, John ( 14 Oct 1318 )
    Count equals 4 individuals.

Battle of Dupplin Muir
Donald, 8th Earl of Mar ( 12 Aug 1332 )
    Balliol, Edward, King of Scotla ( Aug 1332 )
    Umfreville, Gilbert, 10th Earl ( 11 Aug 1332 ), where he assisted in the victory of Edward Balliol
    Count equals 3 individuals.

Battle of Falkirk
    Astley, Andrew, 1st Lord Astley
    Balliol, Alexander, 1st Lord Ba ( 1298 )
    Berkeley, Thomas, 1st Lord Berk ( 22 Jul 1298 )
    Boyd, William, 4th Earl of Kilm ( 17 Jan 1746 )
    Cholmondeley, James ( 17 Jan 1746 )
Dalrymple, John ( 17 Jan 1746 )
    Drummond, James, 5th Viscount S ( 17 Jan 1746 )
    Drummond, John, 4th Duke of Per ( 1745 ), where he was wounded
    Furnivalle, Thomas, 1st Lord Fu ( 1298 )
Graham, John, of Dundaff and Ab ( 22 Jul 1289 )
    Grey, Reynold, 1st Lord Grey (o ( 1298 )
    Hastings, Edmund, 1st and last ( 1298 ), for the English
    Latimer, William, 1st Lord Lati ( 1298 )
    Mackenzie, George, 3rd Earl of ( 18 Jan 1745 ), where he lead 400 of his clan
Macpherson, William ( 17 Jan 1746 )
Maxwell, Herbert, of Carlaveroc ( 22 Jul 1298 )
Munro, Robert, of Foulis, 6th B ( 17 Jan 1746 ), against the Jacobites
    Murray, John, Master of Nairne ( 1745 )
    Percy, Henry, 1st Lord Percy ( 1298 )
Stewart, John, of Bonkyl ( 22 Jul 1298 )
    Vere, Robert, 6th Earl of Oxfor ( 1298 )
    Wake, John, 1st Lord Wake ( 1298 )
    Walter, Robert, 1st Lord FitzWa ( 22 Jul 1298 )
Whitney, Shuckburgh ( 5 Apr 1746 )
    Zouche, Alan, 1st Lord Zouche ( 1298 ), in the vanguard
    Zouche, William, 1st Lord Zouch ( 1298 )
    Count equals 26 individuals.

Battle of Flodden
    Abernethy, Alexander, 4th Lord ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Adair, William, of Kihilt ( 9 Sep 1513 )
    Agnew, Patrick, of Lochnaw ( 9 Sep 1513 )
    Anstruther, Andrew, of Anstruth ( 9 Sep 1513 )
    Berkeley, Thomas, 5th Lord Berk ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Borthwick, William, 3rd Lord Bo ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Boswell, Alexander, 3rd of Balm ( 9 Sep 1513 )
    Boswell, Alexander, of Balmuto ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Boswell, Thomas, 1st of Auchinl ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Bruce, Robert, of Airth ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Campbell, Archibald, 2nd Earl o ( 9 Sep 1513 ), where he commanded the right wing of the army, along with his brother-in-law, the Earl of Lennox
Campbell, Duncan, 2nd of Glenor ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Campbell, John, 1st of Lawers ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Carnegie, John, of Kinnaird ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Cathcart, Alan, Master of Cathc ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Cathcart, Robert ( 9 Sep 1513 )
    Clifford, Henry, 10th Lord Clif ( 9 Sep 1513 ), where he captured 3 pieces of ordnance, which he mounted at Skipton Castle
Cockburn, Alexander ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Cockburn, William, of Langton ( 9 Sep 1513 )
    Colville, Robert, of Hiltoun an ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Douglas, George, Master of Angu ( 9 Sep 1513 )
    Douglas, Robert, of Lochleven ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Douglas, William ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Douglas, William, 6th of Drumla ( 9 Sep 1513 )
    Dundas, Alexander, of Fingask ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Dundas, William, 15th of Dundas ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Edmonstone, William, 4th of Dun ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Elphinstone, Alexander, 1st Lor ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Erskine, John, of Dun, younger ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Erskine, Robert, 4th Lord Erski ( 9 Sep 1513 )
FitzWilliam, John ( 9 Sep 1513 )
FitzWilliam, Thomas ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Fraser, Hugh ( 9 Sep 1513 )
    Gordon, Alexander, 3rd Earl of ( 9 Sep 1513 ), where he commanded the Scots left wing
Gordon, Alexander, of Kenmure a ( 9 Sep 1513 )
    Gordon, William ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Gordon, William, 1st of Gight ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Graeme, Archibald, 3rd of Garvo ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Graham, George ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Graham, William, 1st Earl of Mo ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Grierson, Cuthbert ( 10 May 1513 )
Guthrie, Alexander, of Guthrie ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Guthrie, David, 2nd of Guthrie ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Haig, William, of Bemersyde ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Haldane, John, 5th of Gleneagle ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Harbottle, Guicciard ( 9 Feb 1513 )
Hay, Gilbert, of Ardendraught a ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Hay, John, 2nd Lord Hay of Yest ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Hay, Thomas ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Hay, William, 4th Earl of Errol ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Henderson, James ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Henderson, James, 1st of Fordel ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Hepburn, Adam ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Hepburn, Adam, 2nd Earl of Both ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Herries, Andrew, 2nd Lord Herri ( 9 Sep 1513 )
    Home, Alexander, 3rd Lord Home ( 9 Sep 1513 ), where he lead the van of the Scottish army, with Huntly
Home, David, 3rd of Wedderburn ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Home, George, of Wedderburn, yo ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Home, John ( 9 Sep 1513 )
    Hotham, John ( 1513 )
    Howard, Edmund ( 9 Sep 1513 ), as Marshal of Horse
    Howard, Thomas, 2nd Duke of Nor ( 9 Sep 1513 )
    Howard, Thomas, 3rd Duke of Nor ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Huntar, John, of Hunterston and ( 9 Sep 1513 )
    Keith, William, of Inverugie, y ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Kennedy, David, 1st Earl of Cas ( 9 Sep 1513 )
    Kerr, Andrew, of Cessford ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Leask, Alexander, of that Ilk, ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Leask, William, of that Ilk ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Leslie, William, 3rd Earl of Ro ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Lindsay, David ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Lindsay, John, 6th Earl of Craw ( 9 Sep 1513 )
    Lindsay, Patrick, 4th Lord Lind ( 9 Sep 1513 )
    Lindsay, Walter ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Lockhart, Alan, of Cleghorn ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Lumsden, Thomas ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Macdowall, Thomas, younger of G ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Macdowall, Uchtred, 7th of Gart ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Maclean, Hector 'Odhar', 6th of ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Maitland, William, of Thirlesta ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Maule, Thomas, of Panmure ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Maxwell, John, 3rd Lord Maxwell ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Menteth, James, of Randifoord ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Moncreiffe, John, 9th of that I ( 9 Sep 1513 )
    Moray, Andrew, 5th of Abercairn ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Murray, John ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Murray, Patrick, 3rd of Ochtert ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Murray, William, of Castleton ( 9 Sep 1513 )
    Musgrave, Edward ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Napier, Alexander, 5th of Merch ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Oliphant, Colin, Master of Olip ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Oliphant, Laurence ( 9 Sep 1513 )
    Ramsay, Alexander, of Dalhousie ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Ramsay, John, 1st and last Lord ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Rattray, John, 11th of Rattray ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Reid, William ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Rollo, Robert, 5th of Duncrub ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Ross, John, 2nd Lord Ross of Ha ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Ruthven, William, Master of Rut ( 9 Sep 1513 )
    Scott, Walter, 3rd of Buccleuch ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Scrymgeour, John ( 1513 ), where he bore the Royal Standard
Sempill, John, 1st Lord Sempill ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Seton, George, 3rd Lord Seton ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Sherborne, Richard ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Sinclair, Henry, 3rd Lord Sincl ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Sinclair, William, 2nd Earl of ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Somerville, John, of Cambusneth ( 9 Sep 1513 )
    Stanley, Edward, 1st Lord Monte ( Sep 1513 ), where he commanded the left wing of the English Army
Stewart, Alexander ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Stewart, Alexander, 4th of Garl ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Stewart, Andrew, 1st Lord Avand ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Stewart, James IV, King of Scot ( 9 Sep 1513 )
    Stewart, John, 2nd Earl of Atho ( 9 Sep 1513 ), where he is usually said to have been slain
Stewart, Thomas, 2nd Lord Inner ( 9 Sep 1513 )
    Stonor, Walter ( 1513 )
    Sydney, William ( 9 Sep 1513 ), as a commander
    Tempest, Richard ( 1513 ), a commander troops
    Count equals 117 individuals.

Battle of Flodden Field
Bigod, John ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Bouth, John ( 9 Sep 1513 )
    Crichton, Adam ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Crichton, James, of Ruthven, yo ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Cuninghame, William, 1st of Cra ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Douglas, John, 5th of Mains ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Erskine, John, 4th of Dun ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Hepburn, George ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Houston, Peter, of that Ilk ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Livingston, William, of Kilsyth ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Logan, John, 4th of Restalrig ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Lundie, Andrew, of Carnbo and B ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Mercer, Henry, of Meikleour ( 9 Sep 1513 )
    Murray, William, of Touchadam ( 9 Sep 1513 )
    Neville, Richard, 2nd Lord Laty ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Seton, Alexander, 2nd of Touch ( 9 Sep 1513 )
    Spottiswoode, William, of that ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Stewart, John, of Minto ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Stuart, Matthew, 2nd Earl of Le ( 9 Sep 1513 )
Wemyss, David, of that Ilk ( 9 Sep 1513 )
    Count equals 20 individuals.

Battle of Gladsmuir (Prestonpans)
Macdonald, Archibald ( 1745 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Glenlivat
    Campbell, Archibald, 7th Earl o ( 3 Oct 1594 ), where he was completely defeated by the Catholic Lords, Huntly and Erroll
Macneil, Gilleonan ( 3 Oct 1594 )
    Macneil, Roderick 'Og', 14th of ( 3 Oct 1594 )
    Murray, John, 1st Earl of Tulli ( 3 Oct 1594 ), when he was with Argyll when he was defeated
    Count equals 4 individuals.

Battle of Glenshiel
    Mackenzie, William, 5th Earl of ( 10 Jun 1719 ), where he was wounded in another failed Jacobite uprising
    Murray, George ( 10 Jun 1719 ), where he was allegedly wounded
    Murray, William, Marquess of Tu ( 10 Jun 1719 ), where he was defeatd
    Count equals 3 individuals.

Battle of Halidon Hill
    Boyd, Robert, 1st of Kilmarnock ( 1333 ), where he was captured by the English
Bruce, Alexander, 1st and last ( 19 Jul 1333 )
    Cameron, John Ochtery, 8th Chie ( 19 Jul 1333 ), where he led a contingent of Lochaber men fighting on behalf of King David II
Campbell, John, 1st and last Ea ( 19 Jul 1333 )
    Dunbar, Patrick, 8th Earl of Du ( 1333 ), where he commanded Scottish troops
    FitzGibbon, Maurice, 1st White ( 19 Jul 1333 )
Fraser, Andrew ( 19 Jul 1333 )
Fraser, James ( 19 Jul 1333 )
Fraser, Simon, of Brotherton an ( 19 Jul 1333 )
    Gordon, Adam, of that Ilk ( 1333 ), where he was an army leader
Haga, Peter, of Bemersyde ( 1333 )
    John, Thomas ( 1345 )
    Keith, William ( 1333 ), where he was allegedly taken prisoner by the English
    Neville, John ( 19 Jul 1333 )
Ross, Aodh, 4th Earl of Ross ( 19 Jul 1333 )
Stewart, Alan ( 19 Jul 1333 )
Stewart, James ( 19 Jul 1333 )
    Stewart, John ( 19 Jul 1333 )
    Stewart, Robert II, King of Sco ( 19 Jul 1333 ), where he was in command
    Walter, David, 2nd of Cadzow ( 1333 )
    Count equals 20 individuals.

Battle of Harlaw
James ( 1411 )
Abernethy, William, of Saltoun, ( 24 Jul 1411 )
    Cameron, Donald 'Dhu', 11th Chi ( 24 Jul 1411 ), a pyrrhic victory by the Regent of Scotland over Donald Macdonald, Lord of the Isles, presumably on the Regent's side
Carnegie, Duthac ( 1411 )
Irwyne, Alexander, 3rd of Drum ( 24 Jul 1411 ), as commander of the Lowland Army, in which he encountered Eachin ruadh nan cath (‘red from blood of battle') Maclean 3rd of Dowart, with whom he fought hand-to-hand until both were killed
    MacDonald, Alisdair 'Carrach', ( 24 Jul 1441 )
    MacLeod, Ian 'Borb', 6th of Mac ( 20 Jun 1411 ), where he commanded the Clan on the side of Donald, 8th Lord of the Isles
MacMillan, Lachlan ( 24 Jul 1411 )
    Macdonald, Allan, 2nd of Clanra ( 1411 )
    Macdonald, Donald, Lord of the ( 24 Jul 1411 ), where his invasion of the Scottish mainland was checked by the Regent of Scotland
    Mackintosh, Malcolm, 10th Chief ( 24 Jul 1411 ), for the King
Maclean, Eachan 'Ruadh nan Cat ( 1411 )
Ogilvy, George, of Auchterhouse ( 1411 ), a pyrrhic victory of the Royal Army commanded by the Earl of Mar against the Lord of the Isles
    Scrymgeour, James, of Dudhope ( 24 Jul 1411 )
    Stewart, Alexander, 12th Earl o ( 1411 ), where he defeated the Lord of the Isles
    Count equals 15 individuals.

Battle of Homildon Hill
    Douglas, Archibald, 4th Earl of ( 14 Sep 1402 ), where he was wounded in 5 places, lost an eye, and was taken prisoner by Henry Hotspur, whom he afterwards joined in a rebellion against King Henry IV
    Douglas, George, 1st Earl of An ( 14 Sep 1402 ), where he was captured by the English
    Dunbar, George, 9th Earl of Dun ( 1402 ), with the English
    Dunbar, Thomas, 2nd Earl of Mor ( 1402 ), where he was captured by the English
Gordon, Adam, of that Ilk ( 1402 )
    Percy, Henry, 1st Earl of North ( 1402 )
Percy, Henry, Lord Percy ( 1402 )
Ramsay, Alexander, of Dalhousie ( 14 Sep 1402 )
Scott, Walter, of Rankilburn an ( 11 Sep 1402 )
Stewart, John, 1st of Dalswinto ( 1402 ), where he was captured by the English, but escaped
    Stewart, Murdoch, 2nd Duke of A ( 14 Sep 1402 ), where he was taken prisoner
    Swinton, John, of that Ilk ( 14 Sep 1402 )
    Count equals 12 individuals.

Battle of Inverlochy
    Campbell, Archibald, 1st Marque ( 2 Feb 1645 ), where he was defeated
    Campbell, Archibald, 5th of Inv ( 2 Feb 1645 ), where he was taken prisoner
Campbell, John, 4th of Lochnell ( 2 Feb 1645 )
    Ogilvy, Thomas ( 2 Feb 1645 )
    Count equals 4 individuals.

Battle of Killiecrankie
Cameron, Alan ( 1689 )
    Cameron, Ewen, of Lochiel, 17th ( 27 Jul 1689 ), he fought for the Jacobite Viscount Dundee at his victory over King William III’s troops
    Crichton, Lewis, 4th Viscount o
Graham, John, 1st Viscount Dund ( 27 Jul 1689 )
Halyburton, David, of Pitcur ( Jul 1689 )
    Leslie, David, 5th Earl of Leve ( 1689 )
    MacAlister, Alexander, of Loup
    MacGregor, Iain, in Glenlochy ( 1689 ), for King James II
    Macdonald, Allan, 15th of Clanr ( 1689 ), with his cousin and tutor Donald Macdonald, 3rd of Benbecula (later 15th of Clanranald) under Dundee
    Macdonald, Donald ( 27 Jul 1689 ), under his cousin Benbecula (later 15th Chief of Clanranald)
    Macdonald, Donald, 17th of Clan ( 27 Jul 1689 ), with his cousin Allan, under Dundee
    Maclean, John, of Morvern, 4th ( 1715 ), where he lead his clansmen
    Malcolm, James ( 1689 ), as a Jacobite
    Ramsay, George ( 1689 ), where he commanded Wauchope's Foot
    Robertson, Alexander, of Struan ( 1689 ), with 700 clansmen
    Robertson, Duncan ( 1689 ), a Jacobite defeat
    Seton, James, 4th Earl of Dunfe ( 27 Jul 1689 ), on King James II's side
    Count equals 17 individuals.

Battle of Kilsyth
Baillie, Thomas, of Polkemmet ( 1645 ), under the royalist, Marquess of Montrose
    Balfour, Robert, Lord Balfour o ( 15 Aug 1645 ), where he was again defeated by Montrose
    Campbell, Archibald, 1st Marque ( 15 Aug 1645 ), where he was defeated by Montrose
    Johnstone, James, 1st Earl of H ( 1645 )
    Murray, James, 2nd Earl of Tull ( 15 Aug 1645 ), where he assisted Lt.-Gen. Baillie
    Murray, William ( 15 Aug 1645 ), where he sided with Montrose
Myrton, Thomas, of Cambo ( 15 Aug 1645 )
    Ogilvy, Alexander ( 15 Aug 1645 )
    Ogilvy, James, 1st Earl of Airl ( 15 Aug 1645 ), where he greatly distinguished himself in the victory against the Covenanters
    Count equals 9 individuals.

Battle of Langside
    Boyd, Robert, 5th Lord Boyd of ( 13 May 1568 ), where he was a supporter of Queen Mary
    Boyd, Thomas, 6th Lord Boyd of ( 13 May 1568 )
    Campbell, Archibald, 5th Earl o ( 13 May 1568 ), where he fought for the Queen
    Cathcart, Alan, 4th Lord Cathca ( 1568 ), at the side of King James VI
    Chancellor, William
    Cuninghame, Alexander, 5th Earl ( 1568 )
    Dalzell, Andrew ( 13 May 1568 )
    Dalzell, Robert, of that Ilk ( 13 May 1568 ), for Queen Mary
    Douglas, James, 4th Earl of Mor ( 1568 ), where he commanded King James VI's forces
    Douglas, William, of Drumlanrig ( 1568 )
    Hamilton, Andrew, of Goslingtow ( 1568 ), for Mary, Queen of Scots
    Hamilton, John ( 14 May 1568 )
    Hamilton, John, 3rd of Orbiston ( 14 May 1568 )
Hamilton, John, of Udston ( 13 May 1568 ), fighting for Mary Queen of Scots
    Hay, William, 5th Lord Hay of Y ( 1568 ), for Mary, Queen of Scots
    Hepburn, Adam, of Smeaton Hepbu ( 1568 ), and with other of his relatives was indicted for treason
    Kennedy, Gilbert, 4th Earl of C ( 13 May 1568 ), for Queen Mary's side
    Lindsay, David, 10th Earl of Cr ( 1568 ), on Queen Mary's side
    Makgill, James ( 1568 ), against Queen Mary of Scots
    Maxwell, John ( 1568 )
    Melville, Robert, 1st Lord Melv ( 1568 ), where he was captured
    Montgomerie, Hugh, 3rd Earl of ( 1568 ), for Mary Queen of Scots
    Ramsay, George, of Dalhousie ( 1568 ), where he supported Mary, Queen of Scots
    Ruthven, William, 1st Earl of G ( 1568 ), where he fought against Mary Queen of Scots
    Somerville, James, 5th Lord Som ( 1568 )
    Count equals 25 individuals.

Battle of Linlithgow
    Hamilton, James, 1st Earl of Ar ( 4 Sep 1526 ), where he commanded the army for the King against Lennox
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Marston Moor
Carmichael, John ( 2 Jul 1644 )
    Carmichael, William, Master of ( 2 Jul 1644 )
    Fairfax, Ferdinando, 2nd Lord F ( 1644 )
    Fairfax, Thomas, 3rd Lord Fairf ( 1644 )
    Goring, Charles, 2nd Earl of No ( Jul 1644 ), where he was captured and then escaped
    Goring, George, Lord Goring ( 1644 ), where he led one of the cavlary charges
    Graham, Richard, of Esk, 1st Bt ( 1644 ), as a royalist
    Hay, John, 1st Marquess of Twee ( 2 Jul 1644 ), on the Parliamentary side
    Lambert, John ( 1644 )
    Lambton, William ( 2 Jul 1644 )
    Leslie, Alexander, 1st Earl of ( 1644 ), against the royalists
    Lindsay, Alexander, 1st Earl of ( 2 Jul 1644 ), on the side of the Covenanters
    Lindsay, Ludovic, 16th Earl of ( 2 Jul 1644 ), where he was defeated
    Montagu, Edward, 2nd Earl of Ma ( 1644 )
    Montgomerie, Alexander, 6th Ear ( 1644 ), for the Parliamentarians
    Montgomerie, Hugh, 7th Earl of ( 1644 ), as a Royalist
    Musgrave, Philip, 2nd Bt. ( 1644 )
    O'Neale, Daniel
    Ramsay, William, 1st Earl of Da ( 2 Jul 1644 )
Scrymgeour, James, 2nd Viscount ( 1644 )
Towneley, Charles ( 2 Jul 1644 )
    Count equals 21 individuals.

Battle of Otterburn
Abernethy, George, 5th of Salto ( 1388 )
    Dalzell, William ( 1388 ), where he lost an eye
Douglas, James, 2nd Earl of Dou ( 14 Aug 1388 ), (Chevy Chase)
    Douglas, William, of Nithsdale ( 19 Aug 1388 )
    Dunbar, George, 9th Earl of Dun ( 1388 ), where he took command of the Scots after the death of ‘Black Douglas'
    Dunbar, John, 1st Earl of Moray ( 1388 )
Gordon, John ( 21 Jul 1388 )
Haga, John, of Bemersyde ( 1388 )
    Maxwell, John, of Pollok ( 1388 ), or Chevy Chase, where he allegedly captured Sir Ralph Percy, son of the Earl of Northumberland
    Montgomery, Hugh ( 5 Aug 1388 )
    Montgomery, John ( 1388 ), where he captured Sir Henry Percy
    Percy, Henry, Lord Percy ( Aug 1388 ), where he and his brother, Sir Ralph Percy, were made prisoners, and James, Earl of Douglas was slain
    Percy, Ralph ( Aug 1388 ), where he was captured by the Scots
    Ruthven, William, of that Ilk ( 1388 ), as one of the Scottish leaders
    Count equals 14 individuals.

Battle of Pinkie
Agnew, Andrew, of Lochnaw ( 10 Sep 1547 )
Allardice, John ( 9 Sep 1547 )
Anstruther, Andrew, of Anstruth ( 10 Sep 1547 )
Blair, Patrick, of Balymyle and ( 10 Sep 1547 )
Borthwick, John, 5th of Crookst ( 9 Sep 1547 )
    Boyle, Patrick, of Polruskane ( 10 Sep 1547 ), where he may have been killed
    Brisbane, John ( 10 Sep 1547 )
Brodie, Thomas, 11th of Brodie ( 1547 )
    Campbell, Archibald, 4th Earl o ( 10 Sep 1547 ), where he commanded a body of Highlanders
    Carnegie, Robert, of Kinnaird ( 1547 ), where he was captured by the English
Cathcart, Alan, 3rd Lord Cathca ( 10 Sep 1547 )
    Cecil, William, 1st Baron of Bu ( 10 Sep 1547 )
Cuninghame, Gabriel, 3rd of Cra ( 10 Sep 1547 )
Cuthbert, Alexander, of Easter ( 10 Sep 1547 )
Dishington, William, of Ardross ( 10 Feb 1547 )
    Douglas, Archibald, 6th Earl of ( 10 Sep 1547 )
Douglas, Robert, of Lochleven ( 10 Sep 1547 )
    Dundas, Alexander, of Fingask ( 10 Sep 1547 )
Elphinstone, Alexander, 2nd Lor ( 10 Sep 1547 )
    Farquharson, Findla 'Mor', 1st ( 1547 ), as the King's Standard Bearer
Forrester, David ( 1547 )
Fotheringham, Thomas, 7th of Po ( 10 Sep 1547 )
Gordon, Adam ( 10 Sep 1547 )
Gordon, James, 3rd of Abergeldi ( 10 Sep 1547 )
Gordon, James, of Lochinvar ( 10 Sep 1547 )
    Gordon, John ( 10 Sep 1547 )
Gordon, John, 4th of Auchieuchr ( 10 Sep 1547 )
Gordon, Patrick, younger of Cra ( 10 Sep 1547 )
    Graham, Robert, Lord Graham ( 10 Sep 1547 )
    Grey, William, 13th Lord Grey ( ( 1547 ), as Captain-General of Horse
Halyburton, Andrew, of Pitcur ( 10 Sep 1547 )
Hamilton, David, 2nd of Broomhi ( 10 Sep 1547 )
    Hay, John, 4th Lord Hay of Yest ( 10 Sep 1547 ), where he was captured by the English
Henderson, William ( 10 Sep 1547 )
Huntar, Kentigern Mungo, of Hun ( 10 Sep 1547 )
Innes, James, 2nd of Cromey ( 10 Sep 1547 )
Irvine, Alexander, of Lonmay ( 10 Sep 1547 )
    Johnstone, John, of Johnstone ( 10 Sep 1547 )
    Keith, William, 3rd Earl Marisc ( 10 Sep 1547 )
    Kennedy, Gilbert, 3rd Earl of C ( 10 Sep 1547 ), where the Scots were defeated
Learmonth, James, 1st of Balcom ( 10 Sep 1547 )
Leckie, John, 8th of that Ilk ( 10 Sep 1547 )
    Livingston, John, Master of Liv ( 10 Sep 1547 )
Lockhart, Alan, 7th of the Lee ( 1547 )
    MacGregor, Alasdair, 8th Chief ( 1547 ), with Maclean of Duart he fought on the left wing against the English
Macdowall, John, 9th of Garthla ( 10 Sep 1547 )
Moncreiffe, David, 2nd of Easte ( 1547 )
Moray, John, 6th of Abercairny ( 10 Sep 1547 )
Munro, Robert, of Foulis ( 8 Sep 1547 )
Napier, Alexander, 6th of Merch ( 10 Sep 1547 )
Nicolson, Gilbert ( 1547 )
Ogilvy, James, Master of Ogilvy ( 10 Sep 1547 )
    Radcliffe, Thomas, 3rd Earl of ( 10 Sep 1547 )
Ralston, Hugh ( 10 Sep 1547 )
    Scott, Walter, 3rd of Buccleuch ( 10 Sep 1547 )
    Scott, William, of Kirkurd and ( 10 Sep 1547 )
Shelley, Edward ( 10 Sep 1547 )
Skene, Alexander ( 1547 )
    Stewart, Henry, 1st Lord Methve ( 10 Sep 1547 )
Stewart, John, Master of Buchan ( 10 Sep 1547 )
    Thynne, John ( 10 Sep 1547 )
Vaus, John, of Barnbarroch ( 10 Sep 1547 )
    Wentworth, Thomas, 2nd Lord Wen ( 1547 )
    Count equals 63 individuals.

Battle of Pinkie, without legitimate issue
Erskine, Robert, Master of Ersk ( 10 Sep 1547 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Piperdon
    Douglas, William, 2nd Earl of A ( 10 Sep 1436 ), where he defeated the English
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Preston
    Carnegie, James, 2nd Earl of So ( 1648 ), and was captured by the English Parliamentarians afterwards
    Dalzell, James ( 14 Oct 1715 ), for the Jacobites, and was captured
    Dalzell, John ( 14 Oct 1715 ), for the Jacobites, and was captured
    Dalzell, Robert, 5th Earl of Ca ( 14 Nov 1715 ), for the Jacobites, and was taken prisoner
Elphinstone, William ( 1715 )
    Hamilton, Basil ( 12 Nov 1715 )
    Hamilton, James, 1st Duke of Ha ( 1648 ), where the 24,000 strong Scottish force he commanded was defeated by the 9000 men under Cromwell and Lambert
    Hay, John, 1st Marquess of Twee ( 17 Aug 1648 )
    Hepburn, James, of Keith ( 1715 ), where he was taken prison with his father
    Hepburn, Robert, of Keith ( 1715 ), where he was taken prison and then escaped abroad
    Home, James, 3rd Earl of Home ( 1648 ), where he commanded the Berwickshire Regiment against Cromwell
    Keith, George, 7th Earl Marisch ( 1648 ), as a Royalist
    Keith, William, 6th Earl Marisc ( 1648 )
    Livingston, James, 1st Earl of ( 17 Aug 1648 ), where he was routed, and so fled to Holland
    Makgill, George, with the Jacobite Army
    Maxwell, William, 5th Earl of N ( 14 Nov 1715 ), where he was captured
    Molesworth, Richard, 3rd Viscou ( 1715 ), where he was wounded
    Murray, Charles, where he commanded a regiment, where he was captured
    Murray, John, Master of Nairne ( 14 Nov 1715 ), where he was captured along with his father
    Murray, William, 2nd Lord Nairn ( 14 Nov 1715 ), where he was captured
    Pelham, Henry ( Nov 1715 ), where he helped defeat the Jacobites
    Seton, George ( 13 Nov 1715 ), where he was captured
    Seton, George, 5th Earl of Wint ( 13 Nov 1715 ), where he was captured
Thornhagh, Francis ( 1648 )
    Count equals 24 individuals.

Battle of Prestonpans
    Campbell, Allan, where he was captured
    Campbell, John, 4th Earl of Lou ( Jun 1745 ), where his companies were all taken prisoner
    Drummond, James, 3rd Duke of Pe
Gardiner, James ( 21 Sep 1745 )
    Hay, Thomas, of Park, 3rd Bt. ( 21 Sep 1745 ), and was wounded defending Colonel Gardiner
    Home, William, 8th Earl of Home ( 21 Sep 1745 ), for the Government
MacDonald, Angus Roy MacIain, 5 ( 1745 )
    MacGregor, Evan, where he fired the first shot against Sir John Cope's army and distinguished himself, the Prince presenting him with a dirk (worn by subsequent Chiefs)
    Mackay, Alexander ( 21 Sep 1745 ), where he was captured
    Macnab, Archibald ( 1745 ), where he was taken priosner
    Murray, John, Master of Nairne ( 1745 )
    Robertson, Alexander, of Struan ( 1745 ), as a Jacobite
    Count equals 12 individuals.

Battle of Sauchiburn
    Sempill, Thomas ( 11 Jun 1488 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Sauchieburn
Cuninghame, Alexander, 1st Earl ( 11 Jun 1488 )
Elphinstone, John ( 11 Jun 1488 )
Grierson, Roger, 4th of Lag ( 11 Jun 1488 )
    Haig, James, of Bemersyde ( 1488 )
    Hepburn, Patrick, 1st Earl of B ( 11 Jun 1488 ), where he led the vanguard against King James III of Scotland
    Lindsay, David, 1st Duke of Mon ( 9 Jun 1488 ), where he distinguished himself on the side of King James III
    Montgomerie, Hugh, 1st Earl of ( 1488 ), against King James III
    Ruthven, William, 1st Lord Ruth ( 1488 ), where he sided with King James III against the rebel nobles
    Stewart, Alexander, 3rd of Garl ( 1488 )
    Stewart, James III, King of Sco ( 11 Jun 1488 )
    Count equals 10 individuals.

Battle of Sheriffmuir
    Cameron, John MacEwen, of Lochi
    Campbell, Archibald, 3rd Duke o ( 13 Nov 1715 ), where he was wounded
    Campbell, Hugh, 3rd Earl of Lou ( 1715 ), against the Jacobites
    Campbell, John, 2nd Duke of Arg ( 13 Nov 1715 ), where he defeated the adherents of the exiled House of Stuart
    Cathcart, Charles, 8th Lord Cat ( 13 Nov 1715 ), where he played a leading role in defeating the Jacobite left wing
    Chalmers, Charles ( 13 Nov 1714 )
    Douglas, Archibald, 1st Duke of ( 13 Nov 1715 ), , serving as a volunteer
Douglas, Archibald, 2nd Earl of ( 7 Dec 1715 ), , where he was wounded in 17 places
    Drummond, James, 2nd Duke of Pe ( 13 Nov 1715 ), where he commanded the Jacobite cavalry
Drummond, William, 4th Viscount, where he was captured
    Erskine, John, 23rd/6th Earl of ( 13 Nov 1715 ), as Commander-in-Chief
Johnston, John ( 1715 )
    Johnston, John, of Caskieben, 4 ( 1715 ), as a Jacobite
    Keith, George, 9th Earl Marisch ( 13 Nov 1715 ), where he commanded the Jacobite right wing
    Keith, William, 2nd Earl of Kin ( 13 Nov 1715 ), and hence deprived of the office of Knight Marischal
    Ker, John, 1st Duke of Roxburgh ( 13 Nov 1715 )
    Leslie, John, 9th Earl of Rothe ( 1715 )
Lyon, John, 5th Earl of Strathm ( 13 Nov 1715 )
    Macdonald, Allan, 15th of Clanr ( 13 Nov 1715 ), where he commanded the right wing of the Jacobite army
    Macdonald, Coll 'Nam Bo', 16th ( 1715 ), in the Jacobite Uprising
    Macdonald, Donald, 4th of Kinlo ( 1715 )
    Macdonald, John ( 1715 )
    Macdonald, Ranald, 3rd of Kinlo
    Macdonell, Alastair, 11th of Gl, where he roused the Macdonalds from dismay at the fall of the Captain of Clanranald, by springing forward, throwing his bonnet in the air, and crying 'Revenge! Revenge! Revenge today and mourning tomorrow,' these words firing the Macdonalds on to victory
    Macdougall, John, 22nd of Dunol ( 1715 )
    Mackenzie, William, 5th Earl of ( 13 Nov 1715 ), where he lead 3000 men for the Jacobites
    Maclean, John, of Morvern, 4th ( 1715 )
    Maitland, Charles, 6th Earl of ( 1715 ), presumably agianst the Jacobites
    Robertson, Alexander, of Struan ( 1715 ), where he was taken prisoner but escaped
    St. Clair, John, Master of Sinc ( 13 Nov 1715 ), as a Jacobite
    Count equals 30 individuals.

Battle of the Standard
     Gillbride, 2nd Earl of Angus ( 22 Aug 1138 ), when the Scots were totally defeated at Northallerton, Yorkshire
     William 'le Gros', Count of A ( 1138 ), where he distinguished himself
Dunbar, Gospatric, 1st Earl of ( 22 Aug 1138 ), where he lead his men of Lothian into a defeat by the English
    Percy, Alan ( 1138 ), for David I of Scotland
    Percy, William de ( 1138 ), on King Stephen's side
    Count equals 5 individuals.

Battles of Inverlochy
    MacGregor, Patrick, 13th Chief ( 1645 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Capture of Edinburgh Castle
    Melville, Robert, 1st Lord Melv ( 1573 ), where he captured by the Regent Morton
    Count equals 1 individual.

French and Scottish wars
    Bardolf, Hugh, 1st Lord Bardolf
    Basset, Ralph, 1st Lord Basset
    Count equals 2 individuals.

Jacobite mutiny of The Royal Scots
    Johnstone, John ( 1689 ), which he lead
    Count equals 1 individual.

Scots Campaign
    Percy, Henry ( 1258 )
    Zouche, William, 1st Lord Zouch ( 1301-1333 )
    Count equals 2 individuals.

Scots Campaigns
    Segrave, Stephen, 3rd Lord Segr ( 1307-1322 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Scots Wars
    Cicester, Roger
    Dacre, William ( 1304 )
    Dacre, William ( 1311 )
    Manners, Robert ( b 1331 )
    Stourton, William, 7th Baron St ( 1544-1545 )
    Sutton, Edward, 4th Lord Dudley ( 1547 )
    Count equals 6 individuals.

Scottish Campaigns
    Holand, Robert, 1st Lord Holand ( 1314-1316 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Scottish Rebellion
    Thornton, William, under the Duke of Cumberland
    Count equals 1 individual.

Scottish Wars
    Amorie, Richard, 1st Lord d'Amo ( 1320 )
    Amorie, Roger, 1st Lord d'Amori
    Astley, Andrew, 1st Lord Astley
    Badlesmere, Bartholomew, 1st Lo ( 1303-1304 )
    Beaumont, Henry, 1st Earl of Bu ( 1302 ), with King Edward I
    Berkeley, Maurice, 2nd Lord Ber ( 1295-1318 ), where he distinguished himself
    Butler, Theobald ( 1296 ), under King Edward I
    Butler, Theobald, under King Edward I
Clifford, Robert, 1st Lord Clif
    Clifford, Robert, 3rd Lord Clif
    Clifford, Roger, 5th Lord Cliff
    Clinton, John, 1st Lord Clinton
    Clinton, William, 1st and last
    Courtenay, Hugh, 2nd Earl of De
    Darcy, Norman ( 1291 )
    Grosvenor, Robert
    Grosvenor, Robert ( 1385 )
    Harcla, Andrew, 1st and last Ea ( 1304-1311 )
    Poyntz, Hugh, 3rd Lord Poyntz
    Poyntz, Nicholas, 2nd Lord Poyn
    Windsor, Richard
    Count equals 21 individuals.

Scottish Wars of King Edward I and Edward II
    Neville, Hugh, 1st Lord Neville ( 1300-1319 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Scottish campaign
    Lambert, John, as 2nd in command to Cromwell
    Count equals 1 individual.

Scottish wars
    Audley, Hugh, 1st Lord Audley ( ( 1313 )
    Audley, Hugh, 1st Lord Audley ( ( 1299-1302 )
    Beauchamp, John, 1st Lord Beauc
    FitzPayne, Robert, 1st Lord Fit ( 1303-1306 )
    FitzPayne, Robert, 2nd Lord Fit ( 1318-1320 )
    Fitzalan, Edmund, 2nd/9th Earl ( 1306 )
    Fitzalan, Richard, 1st/8th Earl ( 1298-1300 )
    Count equals 7 individuals.

Siege of Dunbar Castle
    Colquhoun, John, of Luss ( 1479 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Siege of Edinburgh
    Ruthven, Alexander, Lord Ruthve ( 1640 )
    Ruthven, Patrick, 1st and last ( 1640 )
    Count equals 2 individuals.

Wars with Scotland
    Clavering, John, 1st Lord Clave, where he distinguished himself
    FitzRoger, Robert, 1st Lord Fit ( 1294-1298 ), where he distinguished himself
    Count equals 2 individuals.

action against the Covenanters at the bridge of the Dee
    Ogilvy, George, 1st Lord Banff ( 19 Jun 1639 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

camapign against Malcolm IV, King of Scotland
Somerled, Thane of Argyll ( 1164 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

campaign against Scots raiders
    Neville, Robert (I) ( 1303 ), who he defeated
    Count equals 1 individual.

campaign against the Scots
    Astley, Jacob, 1st Baron Astley ( 1640 )
    Neville, Hugh (II) ( 1258 )
    Neville, Hugh, 1st Lord Neville ( 1319 ), under King Edward II
    Neville, Hugh, 1st Lord Neville ( 1300 ), under King Edward I
    Neville, Hugh, 1st Lord Neville ( 1311 )
    Neville, John, Lord of Hornby ( 1335 )
    Neville, Robert (I) ( 1296 )
    Count equals 7 individuals.

campaign in Scotland
    Audley, James ( 1327 )
    Bagot, John ( 1336 ), serving under Ralph, Lord Stafford
    Count equals 2 individuals.

campaign in Scotland against Perkin Warbeck
    Neville, Ralph, 3rd Earl of Wes ( 1497 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

campaigns against the Scots
    Neville, Ralph, 4th Earl of Wes ( 1522-1523 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

campaigns in Scotland, Germany and Brittany
    Bardolf, John, 3rd Lord Bardolf
    Count equals 1 individual.

defence of Alnwick
    Apreece, Thomas Hussey, 1st Bt., against the pirate Paul Jones, where he distinguished himself
    Count equals 1 individual.

expedition against Scotland
    Berkeley, Thomas, 3rd Lord Berk ( 1328 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

expedition to Scotland
    Boteler, William, 1st and last ( 1305-1306 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

invasion of England by the Scots
    Douglas, Archibald, 4th Earl of ( 1401 ), which he commanded
    Count equals 1 individual.

relief of Perth when besieged by the Scots
    Neville, Ralph, 2nd Lord Nevill ( 1339 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

siege of Dunbar
    Neville, Ralph, 2nd Lord Nevill ( 1338 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

victory over the Scots
    Strathbogie, David, 11th Earl o ( 12 Aug 1332 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

wars in France, Spain, Brittany and Scotland
    Berkeley, Thomas, 5th Lord Berk ( 1378-1385 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

wars in Scotland and Ireland
    Bardolf, William, 4th Lord Bard
    Count equals 1 individuals.

Total count equals 658 individuals.


=killed in action or mortally wounded during this battle/war