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Memorable Manitobans: George Arthur McClelland (1878-?)


Born at Alloa, Scotland, 1878. Son of George McClelland and Isabella Ferguson. Married Louise Sheritt, 1919. Was educated at Perth, Ontario, Public School, Collegiate Institute, University of Manitoba. Family came to Canada in 1887; settled in Lanark county. Mr. McClelland was articled in law to Bradshaw, Richards & Affleck of Winnipeg. Called to Manitoba Bar, 1909; practised in Pilot Mound for a year; Indian Head with H. G. W. Wilson; came to The Pas, 1913. Has been practising here continuously. Member of the Canadian and Manitoba Bar Associations. Solicitor for the town of The Pas. Solicitor for the Union Bank. Canada Bonded Attorney. Joined Canadian Expeditionary Force (C.F.A.), 1916; Kingston, University Battery; overseas, 1916; France, 1916 (September); Ypres front, Somme, Vimy, Passchendaele, Last Hundred Days; Germany. Member, Masonic Fraternity, Anglican. Independent. Recreations: Golf, curling. Address, The Pas, Manitoba.


Pioneers and Prominent People of Manitoba, Winnipeg: Canadian Publicity Company, 1925.

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