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Scott

(skot),
Charles I., Jr., 20th-century U.S. pediatrician. See: Aarskog-Scott syndrome.

Scott

(skot),
Henry William Jr., 20th-century U.S. surgeon. See: Scott operation.
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HAFODUNOS Hall was built on the site of a monastery and designed in 1860 by Sir George Gilbert Scott, one of the foremost architects of his generation.
St Michael and All Angels, in Brownsover village, was rebuilt by Sir George Gilbert Scott just over 120 years ago, using features from an earlier structure.
Mr Francis Skidmore was once described by eminent Victorian architect Sir George Gilbert Scott as "the only man in the world to carry out my ideas", yet his genius went unrewarded.
Grade-I-listed Hafodunos Hall, near Llangernyw, in Conwy, was designed by 19th-century architect Sir George Gilbert Scott, who was also behind the Albert Memorial and St Pancras Station, both in London.
Crossland was a pupil of the great Sir George Gilbert Scott, and produced many excellent buildings in Huddersfield, Rochdale and London.
A detailed programme of restoration for the hall, which was designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott, has been drawn up, with emphasis in the use of materials to match the originals.
Mr Atkinson said The Old Vicarage, a Victorian country house designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott, stood out because of the years of thought that had gone into its design and detail.
Completed in 1861, St Thomas's - a Grade II starred listed building located in a conservation area - was designed by eminent international architect, London-based Sir George Gilbert Scott, the man who built the Royal Albert Hall, St Pancras Station, and the Foreign Office, and is regarded as one of the finest mid-Victorian buildings in North Wales.