The Stotts were a family of architects from Oldham in North West England who specialised in the design of cotton mills. James Stott was the father, Joseph and his elder brother Abraham Stott had rival practices, and in later years didn't communicate. Their children continue their practices.

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Stotts Tours (Oldham) - Other Works Services
... When Stott's appeared on the scene in Greater Manchester in the 1970s/1980's, many factories and mills were still operant back then and Stott's had worked a number of work contacts to ... Scott Mills in Greenfield has a contract worked by Stott's in the afternoons, usually the route number is the '125' service, which has been working since the existence of Stott's ...
Lynton Stott
... Lynton Stott (born (1971-05-09) 9 May 1971 (age 42) in Newton-le-Willows) is a professional rugby league footballer of the 1990s and 2000s, playing at club level for Sheffield Eagles (twice?), Wakefield Trinity ... Lynton Stott runs the Bradford Bulls Lottery, 'The Big One' ...
Piers Akerman - Controversies - Alleged Assault Threat
... literary editor of The Advertiser, Shirley Stott Despoja ... Supreme Court where the newspaper appealed against Stott Despoja's successful worker's compensation claim for stress-related sick leave pay ... Stott Despoja alleged "I was physically threatened by the editor while alone with him in an office in a dispute over my work." The appeal by The Advertiser was dismissed and Stott Despoja won her $4000 claim ...
Christopher Stott - Career
... Early in his career, Stott worked extensively in British and American politics as an Office Manager, Staff Aide, and Speech Writer in the British House of Commons and House ... Stott also served as Special Projects Director with Life Education International, a children's health education and drug prevention program and United Nations ... Chris Stott was previously Director of International Commercialization Sales with Lockheed Martin Space Operations' $3.4 billion Consolidated Space Operations Contract with NASA ...
Stott Baronets, of Stanton (1920)
... Sir Philip Sidney Stott, 1st Baronet (1858-1937) Sir George Edward Stott, 2nd Baronet (1887-1957) Sir Philip Sidney Stott, 3rd Baronet (1914-1979) Sir ...

Famous quotes containing the word stott:

    Write to the point: say immediately what you want to say most, even if it doesn’t “come first.” There are three reasons for doing this. First, you will then have said it, even if nothing else gets said. Second, your readers will then have read it, even if they read no more. Third, having said it, you are likely to have to say something more, because you will have to explain and justify what you chose to say.
    —Bill Stott (b. 1940)