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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 A992.022.0056 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0056 - Negative, Glass Plate

Huron class fishing boat entering harbour.

Image of A992.022.0072 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0072 - Negative, Glass Plate

The Sephie at the pier with the range light

Image of A992.022.0074 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0074 - Negative, Glass Plate

Harbour scene. A view of a few vessels and buildings.

Image of A992.022.0054 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0054 - Negative, Glass Plate

The Cambria of Port Arthur docked at the pier. The lighthouse can be seen in the background

Image of A992.022.0058 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0058 - Negative, Glass Plate

Huron class fishing boat with open sails coming into harbour. Second boat in the distance, probably also a Huron class fishing boat.

Image of A992.022.0052 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0052 - Negative, Glass Plate

The United Empire in the harbour. The range light can be seen on the left.

Image of A992.022.0049 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0049 - Negative, Glass Plate

Leisure boat on Penetangore River. There are a few small docks along the water's edge and some buildings in the distance.

Image of A992.022.0050 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0050 - Negative, Glass Plate

The Huron Class fishing boat, Bold MacIntyre of Kincardine enters the harbour. Two men on board.

Image of A992.022.0053 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0053 - Negative, Glass Plate

A Huron class fishing boat.

Image of A992.022.0060 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0060 - Negative, Glass Plate

The Ossifrage sitting in harbour. There is a large group of people near the back of the boat. The harbour is under construction in the foreground.

Image of A992.022.0062 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0062 - Negative, Glass Plate

South end of Harbour, circa 1900. There are a few boats and buildings in the background. In the foreground, there is a pile of wood and a sandy area.

Image of A992.022.0063 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0063 - Negative, Glass Plate

Leisure boat trip. There are several men and woman in the boat at the pier. There is a canoe beside the sail boat and a large schooner in the background.

Image of A992.022.0066 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0066 - Negative, Glass Plate

The Pittsburg steamship sailing in Lake Huron

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 A992.022.0068 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0068 - Negative, Glass Plate

Men working on boat in harbour.

Image of A992.022.0069 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0069 - Negative, Glass Plate

The Wanderer resting in harbour. There is a group of people standing around and in the vessel. There is a second vessel to the left, believed to be the Sephie.

Image of A992.022.0075 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0075 - Negative, Glass Plate

The schooner Sligo of St. Catherines in harbour and the Monarch entering. Both lighthouses can be seen, and there are some industrial facilities. On the wooden sidewalk there are several people walking, some with umbrellas.

Image of A992.022.0078 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0078 - Negative, Glass Plate

Huron class fishing boat entering harbour. View of range light.

Image of A992.022.0079 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0079 - Negative, Glass Plate

The Sephie tied to the pier.

Image of A992.022.0081 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0081 - Negative, Glass Plate

View of lighthouse and vessels. There are a few men fishing, and people standing 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 A992.022.0088 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0088 - Negative, Glass Plate

The Onward being built. It was launched into harbour, 1902. For reference, see p 28, Kincardine 1848 to 1984.

Image of A992.022.0089 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0089 - Negative, Glass Plate

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

Image of A992.022.0092 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0092 - Negative, Glass Plate

The schooner Ontario in the harbour.

Image of A992.022.0094 - Negative, Glass Plate

A992.022.0094 - Negative, Glass Plate

The Canada of Hamilton in the harbour.