Pages relating some facts of the heads of the Clan Fraser of Lovat, a Highland Scottish Clan. They relate to Simon Fraser and his two sons. Simon Fraser, 11th Lord Lovat, 1667-1747, was a Scottish Jacobite who was famous for his violent feuding and his changes of allegiance. In 1715, he had been a supporter of the House of Hanover, but in 1745 he changed sides and supported the Stuart claim on the crown of the United Kingdom. Lovat was among the Highlanders defeated at the Battle of Culloden and convicted of treason against the Crown. He was the last man in Britain to be publicly beheaded. Hi first son, Simon, had risen to the rank of general, and bought back much of his father's estate, earned a small fortune, and earned a reputation as a soldier. Upon his death in 1782, Archibald Campbell Fraser of Lovat , his half-brother, succeeded him as the Chief of Clan Fraser. Archivald served the Crown, among other things, achieving two treaties of peace between Denmark, the Republic of Venice and Algiers.