William Wallace Stone Plaque Photo

William Wallace stone plaque - To the immortal memory of Sir William Wallace  Scottish Patriot born at Elderslie Renfrewshire circa 1270 AD. who from the year 1296 fought dauntlessly in defence of his country's liberty and independence in the face of fearful odds and great hardship being eventually betrayed and captured brought to London and put to death near this spot on the 23rd August 1305.    His example heroism and devotion inspired those who came after him to win victory from defeat and his memory remains for all time a

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