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Ronnie Scott

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Ronnie Scott is a PhD student at Glasgow University, researching the origins of the Glasgow Necropolis. He previously worked in the media, and in corporate communications.

Ronnie Scott has written the following TheGlasgowStory essays:

1830s to 1914 - Buildings and Cityscape: Graveyards
From the 1830s Glasgow's crowded and often unpleasant church yards were overtaken by cemeteries that...
 
1914 to 1950s - Buildings and Cityscape: Graveyards
While Glasgow's population grew from 784,500 in 1911 to one million in 1921 – where it remained un...
 
1950s to The Present Day - Buildings and Cityscape: Graveyards
Cremation continued to grow in popularity during this period and, following the Cremation Act of 195...
 


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