The two McCleary bachelors share a common grave in the Warkworth, Ontario cemetery. Unfortunately, Albert bears the indignity of an incorrect birth date. He was born in 1849, not 1839. (Photo courtesy of George McCleary)

Walter Volovsek: Retrospectives — Home At Last

The two McCleary bachelors share a common grave in the Warkworth, Ontario cemetery.

Home At Last

The two McCleary bachelors share a common grave in the Warkworth, Ontario cemetery. Unfortunately, Albert bears the indignity of an incorrect birth date. He was born in 1849, not 1839.

Photo courtesy of George McCleary

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