Geraldine Edith Mitton, Lady Scott (c1880-1955) was an English novelist and biographer. She was the third wife of the colonial administrator Sir George Scott. She collaborated with him on several novels set in Burma, and wrote his biography. She authored several titles in The Fascination of London series including: Chelsea (1902), Westminster (1902) (with Sir Walter Besant, Mrs. A. Murray Smith ), Hammersmith, Fulham and Putney (with J. C. Geikie) (1902), Mayfair, Belgravia and Bayswater (with others) (1903), Holborn and Bloomsbury (with Walter Besant) (1903), Kensington (1903) and Hampstead and Marylebone (c1903). Her other works include: The Children's Book of London (1903), Jane Austen and Her Times (1905), The Glory of London (1918) and The Life Story of an Elephant (Shway Yoe) (1930).