WPF Composite conttrols

I would like to build a composite control starting with a simple sampler.  I am looking for information, samples etc how to do this.  

The sampler I would use will be quite simple
A control that has name and address details of a person on it.  For simplicity call this control Person_label.

I would like to make a list of these person_labels with a scroller etc...  I have created this sort of thing in winforms many times.

What I am having trouble with is visualising how to manage the process of data binding this within an MVVM application
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Bob LearnedCommented:
Hopefully, this example is simple enough, yet a good explanation of composite controls.

WPF Control Composition (Part 1 of 2)

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AlyantoAuthor Commented:
Thanks Bob ther article lead me down the route I was looking for.  Excellent!
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