Biography Frederick George Scott
- Time Period1861 - 1944
Frederick George Scott was born April 7th., 1861, in Montreal. A graduate of Bishop's College, Lennoxville, Quebec, he was rector of St. Matthew's Anglican Church in Quebec City from 1889 to 1934, except for the First World War, when he served as senior chaplain for the First Canadian Division. Subsequent to the War, he wrote his memoirs of it, The Great War As I Saw It (1922). A repertoire of his poetry was published under the title, "Collected Poems", in 1934. On January 19th., 1944, just shy of his 83rd. Birthday, he died in Quebec City.