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in January of 1272 and died Aug 23 1305 William Wallace led his people in battles to defeat the English He was the second of three sons Was born and raised in a town called Elerslie His Father Malcolm Wallace owned a certain amount of land under his titlea knight and lived a relatively peaceful life Wallace stood at 6 foot 7 inches Which was a giant in the 13th Century He had incredible strength He was very well educated by a monk and was to be one himself someday because traditionally the second son had a career in the church He did not and became a warrior instead A very brave and noble warrior Where he became the countries braveheart The story of Wallace really doesnt start till he was at the age of fourteen when he would have been a page or an esquire for his father and maybe his older brother also called Malcolm This would have been his first experience in military actions For around 3 years there was an uneasy peace within Scotland Its in this time period of secret meetings so that William would have spent quite a bit of time at Dunipace in east Stirlingshire where he stayed with an uncle the younger brother of his father At the point in Wallaces life when he is sixteen he expresses that he could easily make a career in the church When Wallace was seventeen years of age something would happen that would take William into the care of the church In order to restore the Guardians of Scotland back into govern Scotland they had to pay homage to Longshanks To take this oath had to be outright an the deadline was July of that yearAnyone not paying homage to Longshanks was in for severe penalties and when Sir Ranald noticed that Sir Malcolm Wallaces name was not on the list and realising that
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