Walter Stewart, 6th High Steward of Scotland – History Cafe

Saturday 27th March 2021 3 – 4pm on Zoom

Walter Stewart, the 6th High Steward of Scotland played a part in the wars of independance in Scotland during the 14th Century. Born around 1292 he became a close friend of Robert the Bruce, becoming his son-in-law on his marriage to Marjory Bruce, and later father to King Robert II of Scotland. This short history cafe session will look at his genealogy, life and the part Walter played in the Wars of Independance, the Declaration of Arbroath and other exploits in the name of King Robert I.

Essential information: The talk will be held on Zoom at 3pm on the 27th March. Bookings will close at 11am on the day of the event, and invites will be sent out shortly afterwards. The cost of the History Cafe is £5 per household. If you register, but do not attend the event no refunds are given, but you may be given the opportunity to view the talk if it has been recorded and placed on the courses section of our website.

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The Urban Historian has written a chapter in ‘Conquered By No One’ on Walter Stewart
Theme: Elation by Kaira.
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