David Scott

[Australian politician] David Scott (1848 – 10 January 1927) was an Australian politician, elected as a member of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly. Scott was born at Newcastle-on-Tyne, England and began work in a brickfield when ten years old. He served apprenticeship as an ironmoulder. He travelled to New South Wales in 1874 and ...
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David Scott

[of Scotstarvit] David Scott (1689 – 1 December 1766), of Scotstarvit, was a Scottish Member of Parliament. He was the son of David Scott of Scotstarvit (died 1718). He was returned for Fife in 1741, and held that seat for a decade. In 1751, he was returned for Aberdeen, for which he sat until his death. By his wife Lucy, daughter of Sir ...
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David Scott

[Pearlfishers] David Scott is the leader of the Scottish pop group Pearlfishers. Scott has been the main songwriter, producer and vocalist of Pearlfishers since their inception. Scott is also a member of BMX Bandits. He has produced recordings and played with a wide range of artists including Amy Allison, Alex Chilton, Yeon Gene Wang, Ricky...
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David Scott

[Pennsylvania politician] David Scott was an American politician who was elected in 1816 as a Democratic-Republican member of the United States House of Representatives to represent Pennsylvania`s 10th congressional district. There is little to no historical data regarding Scott, including the years of his birth and death. It is only known ...
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David Scott

[Royal Navy officer] Rear-Admiral Sir David Scott K.B.E., C.B (5 April 1921 – 20 January 2006) was an officer in the Royal Navy from 1937 to 1980. He was second in command and served as a first lieutenant aboard {HMS|Seraph|P219|6} during Operation Mincemeat. Scott served on ten submarines in peace and war, commanding five of them. Scott ...
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