Page 14, 12th November 1937

12th November 1937
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Page 14, 12th November 1937 — Mr. A. J. Scott-Gatty

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Mr. A. J. Scott-Gatty

Within a few hours of the death of Sir Johnston Forbes-Robertson last Saturday, there died another actor, Mr. Alexander John Scott-Gatty, whom Sir Johnston had with him many years ago when on his final tour.

Mr. Scott-Gally was in his sixtysecond year. He was the son of Sir Alfred Scott-tatty, Garter King of Arms. Relinquishing the graphic arts for the stage, he began his theatrical career nearly thirty years ago. and except for a long intermission during the Great War, when he served as a lieutenant in the Hertfordshire Regiment, he was almost constantly on the boards, in a great variety of parts, with the addition of broadcasting in recent times. Only last week he was to have been in a broadcast play, The Family Tree, but before the date fixed he was seized with his last illness.

The funeral took place at Welwyn on Wednesday last, after a requiem Mass at St. Patrick's Soho Square.

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