George Clancy, resident of Grimsby for the past several years, died Friday last at the Niagara Peninsula Sanitarium following a lingering illness.
Born in Saskatchewan, he was in his 51st year and had formerly been a miner at the Hollinger mine, retiring in 1940.
Surviving besides his wife is one son, John Clancy, now residing in Scotland; also four brothers, Jack, Alex and Harry of Hagersville, and Henry, of Grimsby; and five sisters, Mrs. Victoria Axenty, in California; Mrs. Mary Marniuk, Mrs. Doris Antucic, Mrs. Elsie Fretz and Mrs. Veronica Evans, all of Delhi.
The funeral service was held in St. Andrew's Church, the officiating minister being Rev. John Pescori, Hamilton, assisted by Rev. E.A. Brooks. Interment was made in Queen's Lawn Cemetery.
George Babiuk and Nicholas Stezik, of Grimsby, George Trafananko, Toronto, Geo. Onfrehuk, Waterford, and S. Bacon and V. Stifured, Windsor, acted as pallbearers.