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The McDonald's and the McCann's were the two biggest factions. A number of loyal highland followers also fought, but were either not part of a clan by this point, or there presence was not big enough to justified. It is estimated that more Scots fought against Bonny Prince Charlie, than fought for him. All of those who did were of course called Jacobites and wanted to restore Jamie Stuart to the throne of Great Britain. Which as history tells us, never succeeded.

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Q: What Scottish clans joined the 1745 Jacobite rebellion?
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