Born: 28 November, 1929, in Dundee: Died. 9 September, 2011, in Glasgow, aged 81
Born: 4 December, 1916; in Glasgow. Died: October 4, 2011, aged 94
Edinburgh stalwart who had a passion for poetry and Greece
Aberdeenshire laird of many parts whose accomplishments ranged far and wide
Wallace Clark, sailor and author.
Born: 20 June, 1926, in County Derry, Northern Ireland.
Died: 8 May, 2011, in County Derry, aged 84.
Businessman founded global frozen food firm that bears his name
SFA secretary through five World Cups and a host of footballing controversies
• George Parker, shipbuilder. Born: 10 December, 1928, in Dundee. Died: 27 April, 2011, in Biddisham, Somerset, aged 82
• Dr Elizabeth Margaret Rose, consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist. Born: 4 April, 1916, in Edinburgh. Died: 1 April, 2011, in Bridge of Allan, aged 94
Missionary and physiotherapist who helped leprosy patients in Asia and Africa
Policeman who led 'cavalry charge' to keep the peace as Hampden fans' riot beckoned
Well known Cameron Highlander with a distinguished military background
Revered connoisseur enjoyed a fruitful 50-year relationship with Scottish galleries
Former priest who went on to become a popular, effective Scottish Office minister
Musician who founded legendary pop group the Walker Brothers
First Aboriginal Australian to win a world title
Brilliant professor of religious studies who was known for his integrity and humour
Firebrand unionist who founded Vanguard and advocated independence for Northern Ireland