Biographical Sketch of William C. Scott

Scott, William C.; Lake Ford agt. Can. Pac. Ry.; born, Carroll County, O., May 3, 1869; son of Thomas and Susanna Gant Scott; in common schools until 13 years old, then entered coal mines; has picked up education since, as duties would permit; married, Cambridge, O., May 6, 1896, Sophia Hollenbeck; issue, two sons; Independent, politically; 1897-1899, National organizer U. M. U. A.; 1899-1901, editor Miners Journal; since 1901, in fuel department of Canadian Pacific R. R.; looking after mine loading, lake and rail forwarding of all American fuel purchased by the Canadian Pacific R. R.; three million tons annually; is well known in the coal trade all over country, east of the Mississippi River; good judge of coal; member Chamber of Industry. Recreation: Gardening and Shooting.

 

SCOTT, Nathan Stone; surgeon; M. D., Oberlin College, 1885-1887; Western Reserve University, 1889; (hon. A. M. Oberlin, 1895); Prof. principles of surgery, and dean, Cleveland College Physicians and Surgeons; consulting surgeon, Cleveland General and St. John’s Hospitals; member A. M. A., Ohio State Medical Society, Cleveland Medical Society, American Association Gynecologists and Obstetricians.

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