November 26 1933
Lanark County Judge. J. H. Scott on Wednesday, sentenced Harold (Bunk) McLean, of Perth, found guilty of breaking and entering and theft of a lantern, to 12 months’ determinate and 12 months’ indeterminate in the Ontario Reformatory, at Guelph.
A further charge of arson against McLean was dismissed. Both charges arose following the destruction by fire on September 21 last; of the Summer residence of J. O. Allan, of Perth, in Lavant Township. H. A. O’Donnell, of Perth, appeared for McLean.
Harold had a rough start as a youth but it looks like he turned his life around. I like reading that. Here is to you Harold from being your parents worst nightmare to a hero being a gunner in the war.
Harold died in 1946 from Miliary tuberculosis— it is a potentially life-threatening type of tuberculosis that occurs when a large number of the bacteria travel through the bloodstream and spread throughout the body.
|Name:||Harold Albert McLean|
|Death Date:||25 Jul 1946|
|Unit:||Royal Canadian Artillery|
|Burial Place:||Perth, Ontario, Canada|