Scott-Stokes (1896-1976) was educated at Winchester and New College, Oxford, where he was a contemporary of Harrod. He married the daughter of a prosperous Quaker factory owner in Glastonbury and moved in to work in his father-in-law's business, Morlands of Glastonbury, makers of wool sheepskin-lined footwear. He often discussed with Harrod actual business conditions and practice, and was the first entrepreneur interviewed by the Oxford Economists' Research Group in 1936.
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Source: information from the family.
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