6o NOTEWORTHY FAMILIES
President Royal Inst. Brit. Architects, 1873-1876
Professor of Architecture.-[" Dict. N. Biog."]
fa bro, Ven. Melville H. Scott, Archdeacon of Stafford.
bro, George Gilbert Scott, architect of Roman Catholic Cathedral, Norwich ; first in Moral Science Tripos, Cambridge ; Burney Prize Essay ; author of " History of English Church Architecture." [" Who's Who."]
bro son, Giles Gilbert Scott, architect of New Liverpool Cathedral, by competition at the age of twenty-two.
bro son, Henry George Scott, Director of Mines and Geology to the Siamese Government at the age of twenty-four.
fa bro son, Canon Thomas Scott (b. 1831), Whewell University prizeman ; first in first-class Moral Science Trip., 1854.-[" Who's Who."]
fa bro son, Ven. Edwin A. Scott, Archdeacon of Christchurch, New Zealand.
Robert Henry Scott (b. 183J), D.Sc., F.R.S., classical scholar Trin. Coll., Dublin, 1853 ; first Senior Mod. Exp. Physics, 1855 ; Superintendent Meteorological Office 1867-1900-P Who's Who."]
fa fa, John Pendred Scott, resident at the Court of Oude.
me fa, Charles Brodrick, Archbishop of Cashel, Ireland.