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Frederick George Scott

Short Name: Frederick George Scott
Full Name: Scott, Frederick George, 1861-1944
Birth Year: 1861
Death Year: 1944

Scott, Frederick George. (Montreal, Quebec, April 7, 1861--January 19, 1944, Quebec City). Anglican. Bishop's University (Lennoxville, Que.), B.A., 1881; M.A., 1884; D.C.I., 1901. Pastorates (all in Quebec) at Montreal, 1884-1886; Drummondville, 1887-1896; Quebec, 1896-1933. During his time as Canadian Army chaplain on the Western Front (1914-1919), he formed close ties with thousands of soldiers, whose subsequent dispersal all across Canada ensured a warm reception for his writings, and his message. He published ten volumes of verse, a novel, and The Great War as I Saw It, which was widely influential.

--Hugh D. McKellar, DNAH Archives

Texts by Frederick George Scott (17)sort descendingAsInstances
Along the devious ways of lifeFrederick George Scott (Author)2
Brother is the battle longFrederick G. Scott (Author)2
Cast thy care on Jesus, make him now thy friendFrederick G. Scott (Author)13
Come in, thou Savior dearFred Scott (Author)2
Have you been to GalileeFrederick G. Scott (Author)2
Have you found him, then tell othersFrederick G. Scott (Author)2
Home at last, Life's voyage o'erFrederick George Scott (Author)2
I am filled with joy todayFred. Scott (Author)2
I am the world's true Light (Scott)Frederick G. Scott (Author)2
In the deep and lonely valleysFrederick G. Scott (Author)2
In the shadow of the cross I'm standingFrederick G. Scott (Author)3
Smiles are the beautiful sunbeamsFrederick G. Scott (Author)2
Tarry with me, O my Savior, In my heart and lifeFrederick G. Scott (Author)3
The grain stands white [ripe] in the harvest fieldFred Scott (Author)1
The Prince of Glory left his throne And heav'ns adoring throngFred Scott (Author)2
There's many a sorrow the world may not knowFrederick G. Scott (Author)2
We hail thee now, O JesuArchdeacon Frederick George Scott (Author)7
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