Alexander Bruce, Earl of Carrick

Alexander Bruce, Earl of Carrick

Alexander Bruce, Earl of Carrick (died 1333) was the son of Edward Bruce.

He played an ambivalent role during Edward Balliol's first invasion of Scotland. For a time he fell in with Balliol, but then he rejoined the Bruce loyalist side.

He was killed fighting on the Scottish side at the Battle of Halidon Hill.

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