Scott, Walter Jervoise

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Scott, Walter Jervoise

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  • Colonel J Scott

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1835 - 1890

History

Walter Jervoise Scott was the second son of James Winter Scott MP, of Rotherfield Park, Alton, Hampshire, England. In 1862 Scott and his brother Arthur (1833-1895) with George Dalrymple and Robert G W Herbert became partners in the Valley of Lagoons run in the upper Burdekin district of Queensland. Arthur and Walter Scott arrived in Queensland early in 1863 with Walter becoming the managing partner at the end of 1864. Walter Scott died on 29 June 1890.

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England; Burdekin, Queensland

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pastoralist

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Entered from deposit description on 29 February 2012

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Australian Dictionary of Biography online, http://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/scott-walter-jervoise-4550 (accessed on 29 February 2012)
http://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/dalrymple-george-augustus-3357 (accessed on 29 February 2012)

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