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List of Scots

List of Scots is an incomplete list of notable people from Scotland.

Contents

  • Actors 1
  • Architects and master masons 2
  • Artists 3
  • Businesspersons 4
  • Composers 5
  • Criminals 6
  • Economists 7
  • Engineers and inventors 8
  • Explorers 9
  • Humorists 10
  • Military 11
  • Monarchs and royalty 12
  • Musicians 13
  • Philosophers 14
  • Physicians and medical professionals 15
  • Rulers and politicians 16
  • Scientists 17
  • Sportspersons 18
  • Television and radio personalities 19
  • Theologians, pastors and missionaries 20
  • Writers 21
  • Other notable people 22
  • See also 23
  • References 24

Actors

Architects and master masons

Artists

Businesspersons

Composers

Criminals

Economists

Engineers and inventors

Explorers

Humorists

Military

Monarchs and royalty

Musicians

Philosophers

Physicians and medical professionals

Rulers and politicians

Scientists

Sportspersons

Television and radio personalities

Theologians, pastors and missionaries

Writers

Other notable people

See also

References

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  3. ^ The Sandgrounders: The Complete League History of Southport F. C., by Michael Braham and Geoff Wilde (Palatine Books, 1995). ISBN 978-1-874181-14-9
  4. ^ http://www.covenantofgrace.com/christians_great_interest.htm
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