George Scott


George Scott

George Scott can refer to:

*George Scott (author), who wrote a 1683 book extolling the virtues of Scottish settlement in East Jersey.
*George Scott (army officer), British Army officer, fought in the Seven Years' War in Canada
*George Scott (baseball), American baseball player
*George Scott (governor), governor of Grenada from 1762 to 1764
*George Scott (wrestler), held NWA Texas Heavyweight Championship
*George Scott (boxer), Swedish boxer
*George Scott (singer), vocalist for the gospel music group The Blind Boys of Alabama
*George Scott (preacher) (1804-1874), Scottish Methodist preacher, active in Sweden
*George Adam Scott (1874 – 1963), Canadian provincial politician
*George Byng Scott, Administrator of the Northern Territory of Australia from 1863 to 1876
*George Cromwell Scott (1864–1948), U.S. Representative from Iowa.
*George C. Scott (1927–1999), American actor
*George Gilbert Scott (1811–1878), Victorian architect
*George Gilbert Scott, Jr., his son, also an architect
*George Montgomery Scott (1835–1915), mayor of Salt Lake City, Utah
*Professor Sir George Peter Scott, Vice Chancellor Kingston University
*George Washington Scott,(1829 – 1903) industrialist and philanthropist, benefactor of Agnes Scott College, brother of senator John Scott


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