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Robert Sinclair Scott

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Robert Sinclair Scott (1844-1905) of Scotts Shipbuilding and Engineering Co

c.1844 Born in Largs, son of Charles Scott

Robert was a brother of John Scott (1830-1903) with whom he expanded Scotts Shipbuilding and Engineering Co

1904 The Trustees of the deceased John Scott, C.B. and Robert Sinclair Scott were the sole Partners in Scott and Co, shipbuilders and engineers, and Greenock Foundry Co, engineers and iron founders, when these businesses were sold to Scotts Shipbuilding and Engineering Co and subsequently the partnerships were dissolved[1]

1905 Died aged 62 after sudden heart failure whilst catching a train. [2]

1905 Obituary [3]

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