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I am curious how many of these SCOTTs are related, in one way or another, to William Ramsay SCOTT (1838-1909). He was a brother-in-law of Thomas JACKSON (1841-1915). My interest is as much with their business connections as it is with their famililial ties.
Sharon Oddie Brown. March 7, 2014
Updated: March 11, 2014 Charles Perry SCOTT.

 

Mentions of SCOTT: 1879 Trade Directory of China, Japan, the Phillipines &c. Hong Kong.

NOTE: I have alphabetized them for easier reference.

 

Name

Description

My Notes

SCOTT, B.C.S.

Interpreter, British consulate, Shanghai

B.C.G. ?

SCOTT, B.O.

Ensign U.S.S. Paloe

 

SCOTT, C.M.

M.D. Medical practitioner, Swatow

Likely related to Dr. E.I.

SCOTT, C.P. Rev.

B.A. canon of the Cathedral, Shanghai, missionary

SEE: 1906-7 Who's Who in the Far East. SCOTT, Rt. Rev. Charles Perry (PEKING) D.D.: Bishop of North China; b. 1847; son of Rev. J. Scott, Hull; m. 1889, Frances (d. 1900), d. of late Captain Montagu Burrows, M.A., Chichele Professor of Modern History, Oxford. Educ. : Charterhouse and Jesus Colleges, Cambridge (B.A.). Ordained, 1870; Missionary at Chefoo, 1874-80; Consecrated Bishop, 1880 Address: Peking, China.

NOTE: Charles Perry SCOTT was a son of John & Amelia SCOTT of Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire, England.

SCOTT, D Capt.

Broker, customs agent, &c., Yokohama

 

SCOTT, E.I.

M.D. Medical practitioner, Swatow

Likely related to Dr. C.M.

SCOTT, F.W.

(Donaldson & Burkinshaw) clerk, Singapore

Possibly Frederick William SCOTT.

SCOTT, G.

(Chartered Mercantile Bank) sub-accountant, Singapore

Possibly George John SCOTT, an older brother of William Ramsay SCOTT.

SCOTT, G.O.

(Oriental Bank) accountant, Queens Road (absent)

Hong Kong

SCOTT, Grant

(Dodd & co.) tea inspector, Tamsui

 

SCOTT, J

(A.S. Watson & Co.) assistant, Queens Rd.

Hong Kong.

SCOTT, J.

Acting consul, British consulate, Kiungchow

 

SCOTT, J.H.

(Butterfield & Swire) merchant, Queens Road (absent)

Hong Kong

SCOTT, J.K.

(H. Ahrens & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

 

SCOTT, J.L.

(Birley, Worthington & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

 

SCOTT, J.M.

Kioto, Japan

James Marshall SCOTT (b. Apr 24, 1835 at Newry, Co. Down, Ireland- d. May 31, 1900 at Yokohama). SOURCE: Find-a-Grave. He was the 5th son of merchant George SCOTT and Mary MARSHALL. In 1871 he founded J.M. Scott & Co. Auctioneers and Commission Merchants in Kioto. His wife, Kinoshta Yuki was the daughter of a silk merchant.

SCOTT, Jas.

Millwright, Sado Island, Niigata

 

SCOTT, M.

Appraiser, Custom House, Hiogo

 

SCOTT, M.

“New York Saloon” Yokohama

 

SCOTT, M.G.

(Lloyd, Kho Tiong Pub & Co.) Agent. Amoy

 

SCOTT, M.M.

Instructor, Imperial University, Tokyo

 

SCOTT, R.M.

(C & J Trading Co.) assistant, Nagasaki

 

SCOTT, T

(Kelly & Co.) assistant, Yokohama

 

SCOTT, T.

Fitter, Government railway service, Yokohama

Note: W. SCOTT- has the same profession and place.

SCOTT, T.

(Guthrie & Co.) merchant, Singapore

Served on the Legislative Council. A possible older brother of William Ramsay SCOTT.

SCOTT – AT Auchenreach near Brechin Forfarshire, Thomas SCOTT, senior partner of Guthrie & Co., Singapore, aged 70 years, The Straits Times. 1 July 1902

SCOTT, T.J.

Maritime customs tidewaiter, Swatow

 

SCOTT, W.

Fitter, Government railway service, Yokohama

Note: T. SCOTT- has the same profession and place.

SCOTT, W.G.

Commander H.B.M. gun vessel Lapwing

Did William G. SCOTT (1780-1861) Post Master of Singapore have a son?

See: Flight of the Lapwing.

See also 1881 account of collision at sea and death of William George SCOTT. He committed suicide 21 July 1881after a trial concerning the collision. See trial.

SCOTT, W.K.

Captain tug Orphan Taku

 

SCOTT, W.L.

(Inglis & Co.) assistant, Spring Gardens

 

SCOTT, W.R.

(W.R. SCOTT & Co.) merchant, Singapore

William Ramsay SCOTT

 

 

 

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