Memorable Manitobans: Grenville Warren Scott (1928-1988)
Born in 1928, one of four sons of Warnock Hatton “Warnie” Scott (1891-1963) and Isabel Irene Moggey (1899-1977), he grew up at Plumas and attended Normal School. His career in education included teaching at Framnes School (1943-1944) and the Flin Flon School District (1950s-1960s), Principal of Miami School (1963-1968) and Elton Collegiate (c1981), along with Physical Education Co-ordinator (c1970s) and Assistant Superintendent (1980s) for the Rolling River School Division. He died in 1988 and was buried in the Ross Lake Cemetery.
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Burial transcriptions, Manitoba Genealogical Society.
Attestation papers, Canadian Expeditionary Force [Warnock Hatton Scott], Library and Archives Canada.
“McConnell [Mr. and Mrs. Grenville Scott of Flin Flon ...],” Hamiota Echo, 13 June 1951, page 5.
Obituary [Warnock Hatton Scott], Winnipeg Free Press, 4 February 1963, page 17.
Obituary [Isabel Scott], Gladstone Age Press, 18 May 1977, page 4.
“Rolling River School Division #39,” Brandon Sun, 24 April 1978, page 20.
“Rolling River School Division #39,” Brandon Sun, 5 September 1981, page 21.
“Help wanted [Rolling River School Division],” Hamiota Echo, 31 October 1984, page 15.
“Rolling River School Division #39,” Brandon Sun, 4 June 1985, page 16.
William Arthur White 1832 Ireland family tree, Ancestry.
Page revised: 19 November 2018
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