List of Scots

List of Scots is an incomplete list of notable people from Scotland.

ActorsEdit

Architects and master masonsEdit

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ComposersEdit

CriminalsEdit

EconomistsEdit

Engineers and inventorsEdit

ExplorersEdit

HumoristsEdit

MilitaryEdit

Monarchs and royaltyEdit

MusiciansEdit

OFM - this group of musicians hail from the East Coast of Scotland. The group's members are (J27, AK-49, Rizz, J.B, and J.Sav)

One of the realest groups in the Scottish hip hop scene, with a mix of: Drill, roadrap, grime and many others, the members of this group are branching out slowly to take the mix of drill roadrap and grime all over the UK and then the world. Keep your eyes on them and don't sleep on these guys


OFM

PhilosophersEdit

Physicians and medical professionalsEdit

Rulers and politiciansEdit

ScientistsEdit

SportspeopleEdit

Television and radio personalitiesEdit

Theologians, pastors and missionariesEdit

WritersEdit

Other notable peopleEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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