William Scott-Elliot

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William Scott-Elliot
10th Laird of Arkleton
Alias(es) W. Williamson
Born 24 March 1849(1849-03-24)
Edinburgh, Scotland
Died 2 September 1919 (70)
Alma mater Rugby School (Rugby, Warwickshire, England)
Workplace(s) Wallace Brothers & Co., Ltd. (London)
Affiliations Theosophical Society
Noted work(s) The Story of Atlantis (1896); The Lost Lemuria (1904)
Spouse(s) Maude Boyle-Travers (m. 1893)[1]

William Scott-Elliot (March 24, 1849 - September 2, 1919) was a Scottish merchant, lay magistrate, landowner (as the 10th Laird of Arkleton, inherited in 1901), and Theosophist, noted for his writings on Theosophic conceptions of Atlantis and Lemuria, based on H. P. Blavatsky's works and the clairvoyantly received information of Charles Leadbeater.

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Photographs of Scott-Elliot commonly distributed online are of other people, including: G. F. Scott-Elliot; Louis Jacolliot[1]; and William Scott Ament.