Clipped From The Ottawa Journal
Patrick Began Dies; ; Member of Old Family A member of a pioneer family of the district died suddenly at a local hospital last night in the person of Patrick Regan, at the age of 75 years. Although Mr. Regan had been in Ill-health Ill-health Ill-health tor some time, bis passing waa unexpected and will sadden many old friends In the city.. Born at the old Renn homestead which stood for years at the present location of Mann avenue and Chapel street, Mr. Regan spent hfa early life there. He was a son at the late Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Regan after whom Regan's Hill was named. - . During; the greater part of his life, Mr. Regan lived in the neigh borhood of his birthplace. A widow, er for many. years, ha made his home latterly with his brother, John Regan, and his sister. Miss Sophie Regan, who operate a email confectionery confectionery shop at Cumberland and Osgoode street prior to his retirement retirement several years ago. Mr. Regan waa engasjea.aa s. stationary engi' neer. In addition to his brother and sister. Mr. Reeari 1a survived tn daughter, Mia May Regan. Chicago, 111.; two other suiters, Mrs. . James Mccann, Ottawa, and Mrs. H. w. Dean. Chicago. The funeral will be held from Me- Me- arvoy nroioers' Funeral Parlors; 471 MocLaren ,tre do Thursday at 140 un, to 6L Joseph's church, of which ha waa a life-long life-long life-long member. Requiem high mas will be chanted at nine o'clock and interment will be-In be-In be-In Hotre Dams cemetery.