The Battle of Fulhope Law was a battle between Scottish raiders and the English garrisons of Jedburgh and Roxburgh castles in September 1400. The Scottish were routed and a large number of prisoners taken.
|Battle of Fulhope Law|
|Part of Anglo-Scottish Wars|
|Kingdom of England||Kingdom of Scotland|
|Commanders and leaders|
Adam, Lord of Gordon
Robert de Umfraville, led the English garrisons of Jedburgh and Roxburgh castles inflicting a defeat on a large Scots army at Fulhope Law after an attempted a raid. Prisoners included several border reivers, including the notorious fugitives Willie Barde and Adam, Lord of Gordon.
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