|Name||Scougall, John H.|
Scougall, John Harnage
|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.|
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.|
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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|