Jacobite may refer to:

  • In ancient days, the term was used for the followers of faith propounded by a 6th century Bishop Jacob Baradaeus.
  • In Modern days, the following churches are called Jacobite Church:
    • Syriac Orthodox Church
      • Jacobite Syrian Christian Church
      • Indian (Malankara) Orthodox Church
      • Malabar Independent Syrian Church
  • Syrian Jacobites
  • Jacobite, a follower of Jacobitism, the political movement dedicated to the return of the Stuart kings to the thrones of England, Scotland and Ireland.
  • Jacobite Risings, a series of uprisings, rebellions, and wars in the British Isles occurring between 1688 and 1746
  • Jacobite (dissenter), follower of Reverend Henry Jacob (1563–1624)
  • One of the tribes in the Book of Mormon
  • Jacobites (band), a British band featuring Nikki Sudden, Dave Kusworth and Epic Soundtracks
  • The Jacobite (steam train), a train in Scotland

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Scotland In The Early Modern Era - Political History - Early Eighteenth Century - Jacobite Risings
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Clifton Moor Skirmish
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Loch Arkaig Treasure - The Treasure Arrives
... However, on learning of the Jacobite defeat at the Battle of Culloden on 16 April, the ships left, unloading only the Spanish money at Loch nan Uamh ... As the Jacobite cause was by then lost, with the army scattered and the Prince and his lieutenants in hiding, the money was to be used to assist the Jacobite ... Their secret was entrusted to Murray of Broughton, one of the Jacobite fugitives ...
The March Of The Guards To Finchley - Historical Background
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