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Name Scougall, John H.
Other names Scougall, John Harnage
Scougall, J.H.
Dates/Places of Birth/Death John Harnage Scougall was born July 21, 1850 in Ilfacrombe, Devonshire, England and died December 30, 1922 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada at Wellesley Hosptal.
Occupation John Scougall was a banker with J.W. Rapley & Co. and later the Clerk of the town of Kincardine. He was a public-spirited citizen and took an active interest in the activities of the town life: secretary-treasurer for the Board of Education, president of the Curling Club, member of the Kincardine Country Club. In his younger years, he was a great cricket player and later an avid bowler, curler and golfer. He was also an amateur photographer with a professional’s eye.
Relationships He was the son of Rev. H.B. Scougall and married Charlotte S.E. Butler June 1, 1886 and raised four children – Ethel, Dora, Marianne and John Jr.
Places of Residence He came to Canada in 1874.
Titles & Honours His photographs earned awards at the Western Fair in London, Ontario and Toronto’s Canadian National Exhibition.
Image Scougall, John H.jpg
Sources Sources: 1901 Census of Canada, J.H. Scougall Obituaries, Ontario Vital Statistics

Associated Records

Image of A992.022.0001 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0001 - Negative, Glass Plate

View of the Kincardine Post Office, and other buildings in the main commercial district.

Image of A992.022.0011 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0011 - Negative, Glass Plate

View of the Town Hall at the corner of Market and Queen St., Kincardine, Ontario.

Image of A992.022.0002 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0002 - Negative, Glass Plate

View of a factory in operation with smoke billowing out of its chimneys. It sits across from the Penetangore River.

Image of A992.022.0129 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0129 - Negative, Glass Plate

The beached Ann Maria.

Image of A992.022.0027 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0027 - Negative, Glass Plate

The Onward by dock. Behind is the Rightmeyer Saltworks

Image of A992.022.0006 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0006 - Negative, Glass Plate

Picture of a house at 506 Huron Terrace Street, Kincardine. It has a fence and several trees in front on the yard. A woman stands at the fence with a small dog.

Image of A992.022.0007 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0007 - Negative, Glass Plate

J.F. Card in open water.

Image of A992.022.0008 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0008 - Negative, Glass Plate

The Coronet coming into harbour.

Image of A992.022.0131 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0131 - Negative, Glass Plate

View of schooner through trees.

Image of A992.022.0068 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0068 - Negative, Glass Plate

Men working on boat in harbour.

Image of A992.022.0257 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0257 - Negative, Glass Plate

Tugboat and barge with man standing.

Image of A992.022.0089 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0089 - Negative, Glass Plate

Winter harbour scene. Jno. R. Arnold at dock.

Image of A992.022.0005 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0005 - Negative, Glass Plate

The Sarah of Port Burwell enters into harbour. On the left, a man walks on the pier.

Image of A992.022.0087 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0087 - Negative, Glass Plate

Huron class fishing boat entering harbour

Image of A992.022.0009 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0009 - Negative, Glass Plate

The Sarah of Port Burwell sitting in harbour.

Image of A992.022.0003 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0003 - Negative, Glass Plate

Picture of a house with a woman and child standing outside beside the veranda. This was once the United Church Manse, located on the corner of Durham St. and Huron Terrace.

Image of A992.022.0067 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0067 - Negative, Glass Plate

Three men on Huron class fishing boat with sails open.

Image of A992.022.0004 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0004 - Negative, Glass Plate

Picture of a house with a nice fence and several trees in front of the building. This is 506 Huron Terrace Street in Kincardine.

Image of A992.022.0010 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0010 - Negative, Glass Plate

A dredge and the tug boat Arbutus at Kincardine pier.

Image of A992.022.0012 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0012 - Negative, Glass Plate

The Bethalma sitting in harbour. There are a few buildings behind the boat including the train station, and a pile of logs on the photographer's side of the harbor.

Image of A992.022.0013 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0013 - Negative, Glass Plate

View of harbour, the Ontario is at dock.

Image of A992.022.0015 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0015 - Negative, Glass Plate

Picture of a house with a woman and child standing outside beside the veranda. Also see A992.022.0003

Image of A992.022.0018 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0018 - Negative, Glass Plate

Two horses with a carriage walking down Queen Street, Kincardine in winter. Also see A992.022.1909. The building at the very left is the Commercial Hotel.

Image of A992.022.0019 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0019 - Negative, Glass Plate

View of Victoria Park, with the Methodist Church on the left, the Central School on the right (destroyed by fire in 1950) and Robert Patterson's House in the far background. c. 1902