Scrimgeour

People called Scrimgeour

  • Colin Scrimgeour, 20th-century New Zealand Methodist minister and broadcaster.
  • Henry Scrimgeour, 16th-century Scottish librarian and religious controversialist.
  • John Scrimgeour of Myres, 16th-century Scottish architect, Master of Work to the Crown of Scotland
  • John Scrimgeour, 19th-century Prince Edward Island politician

See also

  • Scrymgeour
  • Clan Scrymgeour

People in fiction called Scrimgeour

  • Rufus Scrimgeour, a character in novels by J. K. Rowling.
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Ludovic Bagman - Ministry Officials - Rufus Scrimgeour
... Rufus Scrimgeour serves as the Minister for Magic of the United Kingdom, succeeding Cornelius Fudge who was ousted by the wizarding community due to his ... Before being selected as minister, Scrimgeour headed the Auror Office of the Ministry and he is heavily battle-scarred from his years of service as an Auror, giving him ... Scrimgeour proves to be a more capable leader than Fudge ...
Colin Scrimgeour
... The Reverend Colin Graham Scrimgeour, known as Uncle Scrim or Scrim (30 January 1903 – 16 January 1987) was a New Zealand Methodist Minister and broadcaster ... Lee of the First Labour Government which came to power in 1935, Scrimgeour became Controller of the government-run National Commercial Broadcasting Service ... Peter Fraser - an enemy of Scrimgeour - succeeded Savage as Prime Minister after the latter's death in 1940 ...
Dudhope Castle - History
... On the death in 1668 of John Scrimgeour, 13th (or 14th) Constable, and first Earl of Dundee, King Charles II ignored the existence of the rightful heir, John Scrimgeour of Kirkton, and made a grant of Dudhope ... restoration, one of the main rooms was designated as the Scrimgeour room ... It is furnished with wall hangings pertinent to the Scrimgeours and the drapes on the windows are made from material in the Scrimgeour tartan as arranged by the ...
John Scrimgeour
... John Gow Scrimgeour (September 9, 1842 – August 21, 1917) was a Scottish-born farmer and political figure in Prince Edward Island ... He was born in Glasgow, the son of John Scrimgeour, came to Prince Edward Island with his parents in 1843 and was educated there ... Scrimgeour died in Cardigan at the age of 74 ...