Victor Linsay Arbuthnot (35). 1875 – 1956.
The man Scott selected to lead the Northern Party and surveyor--map maker. He was educated at Eton and at 16 went into
the merchant marine and later to the Royal Navy. Having considerable private means, he spent
many summers in Norway, becoming proficient with skis and gaining a good knowledge of snow,
mountains, and glaciers.
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Raymond Edward (24).
1886 – 1974. The youngest member of the party, a geologist, and only
civilian in the party. He brought Antarctic
experience having been a member of Shackleton's British Antarctic
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