Bon Scott

Birth Name: Ronald Belford Scott

Date of Birth: 9 July, 1946

Place of Birth: Forfar, Angus, Scotland

Date of Death: 19 February, 1980

Place of Death: East Dulwich, London, England, U.K.

Ethnicity: Scottish

Bon Scott was a Scottish-born Australian singer, songwriter, and instrumentalist. He was the lead vocalist and lyricist of the rock band AC/DC, until his death. Other members of the band include/have included Brian Johnson, Axl Rose, Chris Slade, Angus Young, Malcolm Young, and Stevie Young.

Bon was the son of Isabelle Cunningham and Charles Belford Scott.

Bon’s paternal grandfather was Walter Mclay Forgie Scott (the son of James Scott and Margaret Forgie). Walter was born in Paisley.

Bon’s paternal grandmother was named Elizabeth Belford.

Bon’s maternal grandfather was surnamed Mitchell.

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