NameWalter SCATCHARD , 1C4R
Birth17 Jan 1861, Boston Spa, Yorkshire
BaptismBoston Spa, Yorkshire
Death13 Apr 1947, Chase, British Columbia
FatherThomas SCATCHARD (1808-1879)
MotherEsther CARTER (~1824-1897)
Birth13 Jun 1868, Faversham, Kent
Baptism5 Aug 1868, Faversham, Kent
Death21 Jul 1940, Chase, British Columbia
FatherCharles Edward DONNE (1832-1907)
MotherMildred KEMBLE (-1876)
ChildrenCharles Edward (1889-1973)
 Walter Kemble (1890-1970)
 Gerald Cowper (1891-1967)
 William Mobray (~1895-1912)
 Mildred Kemble (1902-1995)
 Geoffrey Howard (1911-2008)
Notes for Walter SCATCHARD
In the January to March 1861 birth index Walter Scatchard, Tadcaster district, Yorkshire, volume 9c page 546.

In the 1871 census Thorp Arch civil parish, Thorp Arch town, Yorkshire, Wetherby registration district, Boston sub district, The Grange.
Walter Scatchard, pupil, age 10, born Boston Spa.

In the 1881 census civil parish Clifford cum Boston, registration district Wetherby, sub district Boston, Low Lane.
Esther Scatchard, head, widow, age 56, Surgeon’s widow, born Masham.
Son Walter Scatchard, unmarried, age 20, Medical Assistant,, born Boston Spa.
Daughter Mary E. Scatchard, age 19, born Boston Spa.
Son Charles Scatchard, unmarried, age 17, medical student, born Boston Spa.
1 servant.

In the 1891 census Boughton under Blean civil parish, Boughton, Kent, Faversham district, Boughton sub district The Street [near George Inn].
Head Walter Scatchard, married, age 30, General Medical Practitioner, born Boston Spa, Yorkshire.
Wife Ada K. Scatchard, age 23, born Faversham, Kent.
Son Charles E. Scatchard, age 2, born Boughton/Blean.
Son Walter K. Scathcard, age 1, born Boughton/Blean.
3 servants.

In the 1899 Kell’s Directory City, Directory for Faversham Medical Officers and Public Vaccinators No. 3 district, Walter Scatchard, Boughton-under-Blean.

In the 1901 census Boughton under Blean civil parish, Faversham district, Boughton sub district, The Street [near George Inn].
Head Walter Scatchard, age 40, Medical Practioner Surgeon, on own account, born Boston Spa.
Wife Ada K. Scatchard, age 33, born Faversham Kent.
Son Walter K. Scatchard, age 11, born Boughton Kent.
Son Gerald C. Scatchard, age 9, born Boughton.
Son William M. Scatchard, age 6, born Boughton.
Sister Mary E. Scatchard, single, age 39, living on own means, born Boston Spa.
2 servants.

The Chase Hospital Society was formed in 1910 when a hospital was constructed in Chase, B.C. by the Adams River Lumber Company to serve their employees and the community. The Board of Directors was comprised of two members appointed by the Adams River Lumber Company, three members appointed by employees of the Company, and two members appointed by the Province of British Columbia. Dr. Walter Scatchard was the first doctor of the hospital and he resigned this position in 1913. The Adams River Lumber Company took complete control of the Hospital Board in 1920. The hospital was closed and the Chase Hospital Society dissolved in 1927 when the Adams River Lumber Company ceased their lumber mill and logging operations.

In the 1915 [also 1911 same address, in 1903 he is still in Boughton] U.K. Medical Directory, Walter Scatchard, Armstrong, British Columbia c/o Church Missionary Society, Salsbury square, London, E.C. 1882, Oct 6 M.R.C.S. Eng., 1882; L.R.C.P. Irel., 1892; 1876, April 21 L.S.A. Lond., 1876; L.R.C.P. Edin., 1877; L.R.C.S. Edin 1879; D.P.H. R.C.P.S. Eng., 1889.

In the 1921 Census of Canada Chase, South Thompson, British Columbia.
Head Walter Scatchard, age 49, born England, parents born in England, immigrated in 1906, Canadian, medical doctor, Church of England.
Wife Ada Kemble Scatchard, age 48, born England, parents born England, immigrated in 1906, Canadian, matron in a private hospital.
Son Walter Kemble Scatchard, age 30, single, born England, immigrated 1906, garage proprietor, auto mechanic.
Daughter Mildred Kemble Scatchard, age 19, born England, immigrated 1906, no occupation.
SonGeoffrey Howard Scatchard, age 10, born British Columbia, Canada, student.

Canada Voters Lists 1935
Kamloops, British Columbia
Rural Polling Division No. 10 Chase
Gerald Cowper Scatchard, printing, Chase
Mrs. Gerald C. Scatchard (W), married woman, Chase
Walter Scatchard, physician, Chase
Mrs. Walter Scatchard (W), married woman, Chase

A possible link British Columbia death index, Walter Scatchard, age 86, 13 April 1947, Chase.

Mount Scatchard was named after Doctor Scatchard who lived in Chase near the base of the mountain.

Canadian M.A.J. Journal
June 1947
Dr. Walter Scatchard, of Chase B.C. died at his home there April 13.
Born in Yorkshire, England in January 1861, Dr. Scatchard obtained his M.D. degree at London University. He became a member of the Royal College of Surgeons in 1882, and in 1892 a licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland and Midwifery. He was for some time house surgeon of Leeds hospital in Yorkshire. He came to Canada in 1907 and settled in Armstrong B.C. where he practised until 1910 when he moved to Chase, which town was then in the making. Besides his general practice, he was company physician and surgeon for the Adams River Lumber Company Ltd., and also was the doctor for the Adams, Squilax, Chase and Shuswap Indian reservations.
An ardent hunter and fisherman, Dr. Scatchard was a noted “wing shot”. A couple of years ago the octogenarian brought down 13 ducks with 11 shells. It was seldom he did not make every shot count. But perhaps his greatest thrill in the out-of-doors was when he landed a 19 pound trout after a two-hour struggle in Adams River. The kill was made with a 9-ounce rod and light fly-fishing tackle.
He is survived by his daughter and four sons.
Notes for Ada Kemble (Spouse 1)
From Visitation of England and Wales volume 5, Chapter Donne of Mattishall, co. Norfolk page 111
Ada Kemble [Donne], born 13 June, baptized at Faversham 5 August 1867; married there 10 April 1888, Walter Scatchard of Boughton-under-Blean, Faversham, co, Kent (son of Thomas Scatchard of Boston Spa, co. York, M.R.C.S. Eng.); born 17 January 1861, and baptized at Boston Spa; M.R.C.S. 1882, L.R.C.P.I. and L.M. 1892

In the 1871 census No. 56 Preston Street Vicarage, Faversham, Kent.
Head Charles Edward Donne, age 38, Vicar of Faversham M.A., born Mattishall, Norfolk.
Wife Mildred Donne, age 29, born Addelstone, Surrey.
Daughter Catherine Bodham Donne, age 8, scholar, born Marylebone, Middlesex.
Mildred Kemble Donne, age 7, scholar, born Marylebone.
Son Gerald Cowper Donne, age 5, scholar, born Marylebone.
Daughter Ada Kemble Donne, age 4, born Faversham, Kent.
Son Charles Edward Donne, age 1, born Faversham.
Son William Bodham Donne, age 7 months, born Faversham.
2 servants.

In the 1881 census 56 Preston Street Vicarage, Faversham, Kent.
Head Charles E. Donne, age 48, Vicar of Faversham, born Mattishall, Norfolk.
Wife Augusta Donne, age 32, born Faversham, Kent.
Daughter Catharine B. Donne, unmarried, age 18, born Marylebone, Middlesex.
Daughter Ada K. Donne, age 13, born Faversham, Kent.
Son Charles E. Donne, age 11, scholar, born Faversham.
Son William B. Donne, age 10, scholar, born Faversham.
3 servants

In the April to June 1888 marriage index, Walter Scatchard and Ada Kemble Donne, Faversham district, Kent volume 2a, page 1267. [Also on the same page Catharine Bodham Donne and Henry Barham Johnson. Ada and Catharine were sisters.]

Death date from Rootsweb Tree Wood Kemble Donne Sands Hart rev. 3
Last Modified 14 Jun 2017Created 4 Aug 2017 using Reunion 10 for Macintosh