Scot, Thomas (1580 -1626)

The arms are those of a branch of the family of Scot. The book was originally in the Blairs College Library, now deposited in the National Library of Scotland, and may have belonged to the Scots College in Paris. Possibly

Thomas Scot (ca. 1580-1626) was a radical Protestant preacher. His name occurs as one of the chaplains to James I in 1616, being then B.D. He was incorporated in that degree at Cambridge in 1620 as a member of Peterhouse, as a graduate of the University of St Andrews.

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Scot, Thomas (1580-1626)   (Stamp 1) Title: Scot, Thomas (1580 - 1626) (Stamp 1)
Arms: On a bend three mullets and two increscent moons in base a rose
Dimensions (height x width): 23mm x 19mm
Heraldic Charges: bend, on a, Heraldic Charges: increscents (2), Heraldic Charges: mullets (3), Heraldic Charges: rose