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Scott, George Gilbert (Jnr)

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Son of Sir George Gilbert Scott, and brother of John Oldrid Scott. Among the buildings he designed was St John the Baptist Church, Norwich, which was later to become a cathedral. He was also responsible for buildings in the Cambridge colleges of Christ’s and Pembroke

Scott was an alcoholic and suffered mental ill health. He died from cirrhosis of the liver in a bedroom of the Midland Grand Hotel, which was designed by his father.

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1876 – Cambridge Divinity Schools, Cambridgeshire

Architect: George Gilbert Scott (Jnr) Elevations & plans from the The Building News, December 22nd 1876.

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