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Capt James Mullaly

James Patrick Mullaly was born on 3 Jun 1914 in Northern Bay, NL. He married Genevieve Gerrude Howell on 1 Oct 1935 in Northern Bay, NL, daughter of Matthias Howell and Ellen Hogan. Genevieve was born 14 Jun 1915 in Northern Bay,

Jim finished high school and then fished with his father Jack and Jim (Little Jim) Hogan, his aunt's husband. When his father, who was prone to seasickness, got a job maintaining the local roads, Jim fished with Gideon (Gid) Johnson. He joined the Canadian Navy in WW II in 1941 and, while stationed in St. John's, began his studies in navigation. His family moved to St. John's from Northern Bay in 1942.

After WW II, he began his career as a merchant seaman where he continued his navigational studies and progressed to the rank of Captain. He sailed all over the world in various types of vessels until his retirement in 1980.

His family moved to Montreal in 1950 where Jim was then working for Canadian National Steamships. They are now scattered over Montreal, Ottawa, Gatineau, London and Toronto.

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