Person    | Male  Died 19/7/1743

Corporal Malcolm MacPhearson

Categories: Armed Forces, Execution

Countries: Scotland

See Farquar Shaw for the story of the Black Watch mutiny.

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Corporal Malcolm MacPhearson

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Tower of London execution site

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