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  1. Two of his sons George Gilbert Scott, Jr. (founder of Watts & Company in 1874) and John Oldrid Scott, and his grandson Giles Gilbert Scott, were also prominent architects. His third son, photographer, Albert Henry Scott (1844–65) died at the age of twenty-one; George Gilbert designed his funerary monument in St Peter's Church, Petersham , whilst he was living at The Manor House at Ham in ...

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Gil_HeronGil Heron - Wikipedia

    Gilbert Saint Elmo Heron (9 April 1922 – 27 November 2008) was a Jamaican professional footballer. He was the first black player to play for Scottish club Celtic and was the father of poet and musician Gil Scott-Heron .

  3. 26/05/2022 · Home; Tennis News; Tennis Stories; It might have been nine years ago that the Frenchman Giles Simon dug out a win on the red clay of the 2013 Roland Garros in a magnificent fashion.

  4. 29/05/2022 · Ted S. Warren/AP Show More Show Less 8 of 11 Seattle Mariners starting pitcher Logan Gilbert shakes hands with manager Scott Servais, left, after Gilbert pitched the seventh inning of a baseball ...

  5. 28/05/2022 · Seattle Mariners starting pitcher Logan Gilbert shakes hands with manager Scott Servais, left, after Gilbert pitched the seventh inning of a baseball game against the Houston Astros, Saturday, May ...

  6. Gilbert, John C. ¶ Stories of the Nibelungen for Young People (English) (as Illustrator) Gilbert, Olive ¶ The Narrative of Sojourner Truth (English) (as Author) Gilbert, Paul T. (Paul Thomas), 1876-1953 ¶ The Great White Tribe in Filipinia (English) (as Author) Gilbert, Robert E., 1924-1993 ¶ The Space Between (English) (as Author)

  7. nl.wikipedia.org › wiki › Tate_ModernTate Modern - Wikipedia

    De tentoonstellingen zijn ondergebracht in een voormalige elektriciteitscentrale, het Bankside Power Station, dat werd ontworpen door Giles Gilbert Scott, de architect van het Battersea Power Station, en in twee delen gebouwd tussen 1947 en 1963.