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John Scott

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k-Scott, John. (Inver Marlow), b. England, came to the US  about six months before he volunteered,  English, University education, 4 yrs. British Army, Journalist, CP 1934, Domicile NYC, 29 yrs. old, Served in the XV BDE, Lincoln BN, Company Commander Co. 1 (included the Irish Section the Connolly Column), Jarama; was killed during the BN's first action on 23 February 1937, an abortive night attack on Pingarron, Technically an English volunteer he appears on the list because he left from the US and served with the Americans.

 

Sources:  Americans, Book of the XV BDE.

Photograph: John Scott, Book of the XV BDE.

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Additional Notes Real Name Inver Marlowe, came to the US about six months before he volunteered for the IB; technically a British volunteer maintained in the US list because he came from the US and was part of the Lincoln BN.