Basic Biographical Details
|Name: ||(Sir) Percy Scott Worthington |
|Designation: ||Architect |
|Born: ||31 January 1864 |
|Died: ||15 July 1939 |
|Bio Notes: ||Percy Scott Worthington was born on 31 January 1864, the son of Thomas Worthington of Manchester. He was educated at Clifton College and Corpus Christi College, Oxford, where he graduated in 1887 and was articled to his father about this time. He subsequently worked as assistant to John Macvicar Anderson in London, attending the Royal Academy Schools and University College London, where he was awarded the Donaldson medal, before returning to his father's office where he was made a partner in 1891. |
He continued the business after his father's death along with his much younger brother John Hubert Worthington (born 1886), who became a partner in 1913. Percy's son Thomas Shirley Scott Worthington later joined the partnership.
Percy Scott Worthington was knighted in 1935 and died in July 1939.
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Private and Business Addresses
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|Manchester, England||Business|| || || |
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