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TITLE
Donald Cameron of Lochiel
EXTERNAL ID
QZP40_159_519
DATE OF IMAGE
1874
PERIOD
1870s
CREATOR
Paterson
SOURCE
Highland Libraries
ASSET ID
30962
KEYWORDS
Camerons
Cameron of Lochiel
Jacobites
Bonnie Prince Charlie
Charles Edward Stuart
estates
Culloden
battles
clans
nobility
Locheil
Donald Cameron of Lochiel

Donald Cameron of Lochiel, also known as 'Gentle' Lochiel (c.1695 - 1748). Lochiel was the grandson of Sir Ewan Cameron of Lochiel who was a great Jacobite supporter. The 'Gentle' Lochiel was the first clan chief to meet Prince Charles Edward Stuart, the Young Pretender, at Borodale in 1745. He initially advised the prince to return to France but when the prince refused Lochiel raised 700 men, making the '45 Jacobite Rising possible. Lochiel was wounded at the battle at Culloden and later escaped to France with the prince. The Lochiel estates were forfeited to the Crown until 1784, when they were returned for a large fine.

This illustration was taken from 'A History of the Scottish Highlands, Highland Clans and Highland Regiments vol. 1' by John S. Keltie (ed.)

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Donald Cameron of Lochiel

1870s

Camerons; Cameron of Lochiel; Jacobites; Bonnie Prince Charlie; Charles Edward Stuart; estates; Culloden; battles; clans; nobility; Locheil

Highland Libraries

Fraser Mackintosh Collection (illustrations)

Donald Cameron of Lochiel, also known as 'Gentle' Lochiel (c.1695 - 1748). Lochiel was the grandson of Sir Ewan Cameron of Lochiel who was a great Jacobite supporter. The 'Gentle' Lochiel was the first clan chief to meet Prince Charles Edward Stuart, the Young Pretender, at Borodale in 1745. He initially advised the prince to return to France but when the prince refused Lochiel raised 700 men, making the '45 Jacobite Rising possible. Lochiel was wounded at the battle at Culloden and later escaped to France with the prince. The Lochiel estates were forfeited to the Crown until 1784, when they were returned for a large fine. <br /> <br /> This illustration was taken from 'A History of the Scottish Highlands, Highland Clans and Highland Regiments vol. 1' by John S. Keltie (ed.)