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Scott, Frederick George

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Scott, Frederick George

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1861-1944

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Frederick George Scott, clergyman and poet, was born in Montreal on 7 April 1861. He was educated at Bishop's College in Lennoxville, Quebec. He served as rector of St. Matthew's Church in Quebec City from 1889 to 1934. During World War I he served as senior chaplain of the First Canadian Division. He published many poems; his Collected Poems were published in 1934. He also wrote The Great War As I Saw It (1922). He died in Quebec City on 19 January 1944.

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2015-6-4

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W. Laufs