Charles Maclaren Charles Maclaren (7 October 1782 – 10 September 1866) was a Scottish journalist and geologist.
Deirdre Hutton Dame Deirdre Mary Hutton CBE (born 15 March 1949), is a British civil servant, termed by the media as "Queen of the Quango's" and "The great quango hopper".
Dennis Nilsen Dennis Andrew Nilsen (born 23 November 1945) is a serial killer and necrophiliac, also known as the Muswell Hill Murderer and the Kindly Killer, who committed the murders of 15 young...
Derek Ogg Derek Ogg QC, is a prominent senior advocate and Queen's Counsel in Scotland.
Donald Friell McLeod Sir Donald Friell McLeod CB KCSI (6 May 1810 – 28 November 1872) was a Lieutenant Governor of British Punjab (in office: 10 January 1865 – 1 June 1870).
Donald MacDougall Sir George Donald Alastair MacDougall (born 26 October 1912 in Glasgow, Scotland; died 22 March 2004) was a Scottish economist and civil servant who held enormous influence over public policy du...
George Dundas George Dundas CMG (1819 – 18 March 1880) was a Scottish Tory politician and colonial administrator.
George Maclean George Maclean (February 2, 1801 - May 22, 1847) was Governor of Cape Coast, now in Ghana, from 1830 until 1844.
George Taylor (botanist) Sir George Taylor FRS FRSE FLS (15 February 1904, Edinburgh – 13 November 1993, Dunbar) was a Scottish botanist.
Henry Loch, 1st Baron Loch Henry Brougham Loch, 1st Baron Loch GCB, GCMG (23 May 1827 – 20 June 1900) was a Scottish soldier and colonial administrator.
Herbert Harley Murray Sir Herbert Harley Murray KCB (4 November 1829 – 22 March 1904) was a Scottish colonial governor.
James Angus Gillan Sir (James) Angus Gillan (11 October 1885 – 23 April 1981) was a Scottish rower and colonial service official.
James Bonar James Bonar (September 27, 1852 – 1941) was a British civil servant, economist and historian of economic thought.
James Bonar (civil servant) James Bonar (27 September 1852 – 1941) was a Scottish civil servant, political economist and historian of economic thought.
James Broun-Ramsay, 1st Marquess of Dalhousie James Andrew Broun-Ramsay, 1st Marquess of Dalhousie KT, PC (22 April 1812 – 19 December 1860), styled Lord Ramsay until 1838 and known as The Earl of Dalhousie between 1838 an...
James Campbell of Inverneill Lieutenant General Sir James Campbell, 1st Baronet (1763–1819) GCH, 3rd of Inverneill House was a Scottish soldier, politician and colonial administrator.
Kevin Dunion Kevin Dunion OBE is the first and current Scottish Information Commissioner, as well as the current Lord Rector of the University of St Andrews.
Matthew Campbell (civil servant) Sir Matthew Campbell CB FRSE (1907 – 1998) was a senior British civil servant and Secretary of the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries for Scotland, who was highly instrumental in the establ...
Patrick Brydone Patrick Brydone, FRSE, FRS, FSA, FSA was a Scottish traveller and author who served as Comptroller of the Stamp Office.
Robert Arbuthnot, 2nd Baronet Sir Robert Keith Arbuthnot, 2nd Baronet was a Scottish civil servant who served as Secretary to the Board of Trustees and Manufactures.
Robert Melvill Robert Melvill was a Scottish soldier, botanist and inventor.
Robert Robertson (chemist) Sir Robert Robertson KBE FRS (17 April 1869 — 28 April 1949) was a Scottish chemist who served as HM Government's Government Chemist between 1921 and 1936.
Rosemary Agnew Rosemary Agnew is the current Scottish Information Commissioner.
Sir Robert Arbuthnot, 2nd Baronet There have been two creations of baronets with the surname Arbuthnot, both in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom and both are extant.
Sir Thomas Munro, 1st Baronet Major-General Sir Thomas Munro, 1st Baronet KCB (27 May 1761 – 6 July 1827) was a Scottish British East India Company Army officer and statesman Munro was born in Glasgow to a merchant called Al...
Stanley Cursiter Sir Stanley Cursiter (1887–1976) was a Scottish artist who played an important role in introducing Post-Impressionism and Futurism to Scotland.