Clan Lands map. Haggart Family would fall under the MacNab Clan, which is in central Scotland (literally central from north/south & east/west).  It is below the Cambell Clan that is near the western coast.

Clan Lands map, Clan Grant is next to Gordon, by the 'gulf' of the map. There are also Caln Grants in pockets near Aberdeen

Among those clans who fought with the Prince at Culloden were: Cameron, Chisholm, Drummond, Farquharson, Ferguson, Fraser, Gordon, Grant, Innes, MacDonald, MacDonell, MacGillvray, MacGregor, MacInnes, MacIntyre, Mackenzie, MacKinnon, MacKintosh, MacLachlan, MacLeod or Raasay, MacPherson, Menzies, Murray, Ogilvy, Robertson, and Stewart of Appin.

The Forty-Five: The Battle of Culloden

Among those clans who fought with the Prince at Culloden were: Cameron, Chisholm, Drummond, Farquharson, Ferguson, Fraser, Gordon, Grant, Innes, MacDonald, MacDonell, MacGillvray, MacGregor, MacInnes, MacIntyre, Mackenzie, MacKinnon, MacKintosh, MacLachlan, MacLeod or Raasay, MacPherson, Menzies, Murray, Ogilvy, Robertson, and Stewart of Appin.

Mary, Queen of Scots (1542–1587), as a Child

John Österlund Mary Queen of Scots as a Child, after an older painting in Glasgow. Either misidentified or an artist's imagination.

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Mary, Queen of Scots (8 December 1542 – 8 February 1587), also known as Mary Stuart[3] or Mary I of Scotland, was queen regnant of Scotland from 14 December 1542 to 24 July 1567 and queen consort of France from 10 July 1559 to 5 December 1560. When Henry II died on 10 July 1559 from injuries sustained in a joust, 15-year-old Francis became King of France, with Mary, aged 16, as his queen consort. Château de Cadillac - Cadillac, Aquitaine France

Marie Stuart, Queen of Scotland [Can this be or century Princess or Lady?] because the century Mary is not charted in my tree.

The Forty-Five: The Battle of Culloden: The Clans Marker for the Atholl Brigade on the extreme right of Jacobite lines. Note the heather and thistle left in memory of the fallen clansmen.  Photograph © 2007 Patricia A. Hickman   While many of Scotland's clans joined the "Forty-Five" many did not. In addition, many of those who fought with the Jacobites did so reluctantly due to their clan obligations.

The Forty-Five: The Battle of Culloden

The Battle of Culloden was the climatic engagement of the 1745 Jacobite uprising and saw Charles Edward Stuart's army crushed by the Hanoverian government forces of King George II.

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