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CLANCY, William, R. C. bishop, born in Cork, Ireland, about 1800; died in Ireland in 1847. He was a graduate of Carlow College, where he acted as professor after his ordination. He was selected as coadjutor of Bishop Enghmd in the see of Charleston in 1835. He remained some months in Ireland after his consecration with the view of securing priests to accompany him to America, but in this was unsuccessful. He arrived in Charleston on 21 November, 1835. He attended the council of Baltimore in 1837, and in the same year was translated to the see of Demerara, British Guiana. As his management of this diocese was not satisfactory, he resigned in 1838 and returned to Ireland.
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