Frederick George Scott
SCOTT, Frederick George. b. Montreal, 1861; d. 19 January 1944. He was educated at Bishop’s University, an Anglican foundation, at Sherbrooke, Lennoxville, Quebec (BA 1881, MA 1884). He was ordained (deacon 1884, priest 1886), and after serving as a curate at St John the Evangelist, Montreal (1884-86) he spent a year in England as curate of Coggeshall, Essex (1886-87). Returning to Canada, he was rector of St George’s, Drummondville, Quebec (1887-96); curate and then rector of St Matthew’s, Quebec from 1896. He was a made Canon of Quebec Cathedral (1906) and Archdeacon of Quebec (1925-33). He was a chaplain to the Canadian forces during the First World War, publishing In the Battle...
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