April 7, 1861, Québec Province, Canada.

January 19, 1944, Jeffery Hale’s Hospital, Québec, Canada.

Cimetière Mont-Royal, Montréal, Québec.

Son of Dr. William Edward Scott of Montréal, Canada, Frederick was educated at Bishop’s University, Lennoxville (BA 1881, MA 1884, DCL 1901, CMG 1916, DSO 1918). He was ordained a deacon in 1884, and priest two years later. He served as assistant Curate at St. John the Evangelist, Montréal (1884–86); at Coggeshall, Essex (1886–87); Rector at St. George’s, Drummondville, Québec (1887–96); Curate at St. Matthew’s, Québec (1896–97), and Rector (1899); Canon of Québec Cathedral (1906); Archdeacon of Québec (1925–33); and TCF (1914–19).

Scott was a chaplain in the Canadian Expeditionary Force during World War I. He served in France, and was wounded in September 1918.

Scott’s wife was Amy Brooks. His works include:

  1. We Hail Thee Now, O Jesu