Fonds ID2088 - James P. Loughery

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James P. Loughery

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  • 1911-1918 (Creation)
    Loughery, James Patterson

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4 pp of textual records

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James Patterson Loughery (1878-1963), ship master and ship carpenter, was born at Tynemouth Creek, Saint John county, New Brunswick, the son of Benjamin Loughery and Agnes C. Patterson. He married Ella Jane Moore (1883-1980), daughter of Andrew R. Moore and Ellen J. Black and they had two children: Jean (1919-1925) and Hazen Emmerson (1907-1987) who married Marjorie Ellisene Wallace (1905-1974).

James Loughery was master of at least 4 vessels: "Sea King" (for 2 years); "Glenara" from 26 May 1909- 3 February 1911; "Ernest Fisher", 1901-1903; and "Harry Morris", 1904-1907. The "Glenara" and the "Sea King" were managed by C.M. Kerrison of Saint John, N.B.

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The fonds consists of a copy of Loughery's certificate as master of a steam tugboat in the coasting trade (1911); two letters of recommendation, dated February 1911, and a Canadian master's return dated 1918. The letters of recommendation are from C.M. Kerrison, ship and general broker, and J. Splane & Co., also brokers, and they testify to James Loughery's capabilities, sobriety, and trustworthiness as a master of a vessel. The master's return, issued under provisions of the War Measures Act of 1914, provides date of birth, citizenship, employment, and grade of certificate.

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