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market, Out., was born on the 26th of
February, 186o, at Colborne, Out. He is de-
scended from Scotch parents, his father being Dr.
Joseph S. Scott, of Gananoque. He was educated
at Gananoque High School, and in 1881 en-
tered Trinity Medical College, Toronto, where he
graduated in 1885 with honors in all subjects,
receiving two scholarships. During his gradu-
ating year he was assistant demonstrator in
Anatomy in Trinity College. After completing
his medical studies he began practice at Lloyd-
town, where he remained four years, and then
removed in 1889 to Newmarket, where he enjoys
a large and lucrative practice. In 189o, he also
opened an extensive drug business in connection
with his profession. Dr. Scott is a member of
the Methodist Church, and of various fraternal
organizations. In politics he is a Reformer.
He was married February 24th, 1886, to Lizzie,
daughter of Jonathan Dunn, of Brighton, Out.
Dr. Scott is in the best sense of the word a

self-made man and has risen to his present

WELLINGTON BOGART, photographer,   position by indefatigable perseverance

Newmarket, t, Out., was born there on   and industry.

the 29th of November, 1855. His parents were Philip and Adeline Gleason Bogart, German and American parentage. He was educated at the public schools in Newmarket, and afterwards in the Commercial College, Toronto. In 1875 he began the study of photography in Newmarket, and in 1876, opened a studio in the town of Aurora. He then went for a time to Munroe, Michigan, U.S., and subsequently returning to Canada, entered the establishment of Ed-,-Brothers, photographers, London, Out. In 1883 he _opened a studio at Newmarket, where he has succeeded in securing a large patronage. He has a very fine collection of Canadian and American scenery, including views of Cuba, Florida and Bahama Islands, where he has travelled extensively. He also has a fine collection of natural history and marine curios. Mr. Bogart is a Methodist, and also a member of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, he also belongs to the American and Canadian Photographic Associations, and takes a deep interest in every-thing connected with his profession.

W. 130GARI.



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