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1306: Simon Fraser, William Wallace comrade in arms

On this date in 1306, Scottish patriot Simon Fraser was drawn and quartered in London. This Norman-descended lord was one of the side-switching nobles during the wars of William Wallace, but after completing the full circuit from Wallace to Edward I and back again, he unexpectedly decided to lash himself to St. Andrew‘s cross for […]
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