From Flodden Field

Flodden Field – Brief description plus an excerpt from Marmion by Sir Walter Scott

Flodden Field Battle Trail – Part 1 – Duns Forest.

Flodden Field Battle Trail – Part 2 – Norham Castle.

Flodden Field Battle Trail – Part 3 – Etal Castle.

Flodden Field Battle Trail – Part 4 – Ford Castle.

Flodden Field Battle Trail – Part 5 – Twizel bridge.

Flodden Field Battle Trail – Part 6 – Branxton, the Scottish armies position.

Flodden Field Battle Trail – Part 7 – A brief description of the battle.

Flodden Field Battle Trail – Part 8 – St Paul’s at Branxton.

The Flodden Memorial – The memorial site and ceremonies.

Name this place – The battle field

Words – St Paul’s at Branxton.

Book Review – Flodden: A Scottish Tragedy by Peter Reese.

The Flodden Memorial – Black and White photo.

6 Comments CherryPie on Nov 28th 2009

6 Responses to “Flodden Field – The Index”

  1. Claudia says:

    I’m not able to get the first post “Flodden Field”. I love the photo, CherryPie.

    • CherryPie says:

      I find the photo very symbolic, I am glad you like it :-)

      I have sorted the link out now. Wordpress seemed to have added some odd code in the middle. Thanks for pointing it out to me :-)

  2. Phidelm says:

    Love the pic, Cherie – beautiful. And it’s handy to have the index: thank you.

  3. cherie says:

    I have read with interest what you have written The photoes are so lovely My granny was called Cherie Marmion and moved to scotland from nothern Ireland about 1910 her married name was Duffin I have no information about her and wondered if there might be any connection with you or your family
    Cherie Williams (nee Mc Cann)

    • CherryPie says:

      I have studied my family history, but I don’t have any of those names in my family tree.

      You should be able to work back from your parents birth and marriage certificates to start finding out information on your grandparents. Ireland is quite difficult though, I have connections there and haven’t been able to go very far back yet.

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