Examples from the Web for bannockburn
It appears that the wars that started on the fields of Bannockburn and Stirling have come to America.'Many of the Militiamen Here are Ethnic Scots-Irish Tribesmen'|David Frum|April 25, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Not348 anyone could have been more abject in his obsequiousness than the fat doctor from Bannockburn.The Red Tavern|Charles Raymond Macauley
Mrs. Bannockburn—or, as we now should say, Mrs. Blumenbach—looked in the fire for a few moments in silence.
He must mean south of Bannockburn, taking the point of view of his father, at that hour captive in Bruce's camp.
The battle of Bannockburn was an event peculiarly adapted for the strains of the native lyre.
The field of Bannockburn—the hole where glorious Bruce set his standard.The Complete Works of Robert Burns: Containing his Poems, Songs, and Correspondence.|Robert Burns and Allan Cunningham