Note: From Russ McGillivray, June 14 2005 Jim was educated in Ireland as a doctor, but did not quite finish when his brother John wrote for him to come to the Kootenays (about 1864). He later opened a store in Walla Walla, WA where he sold supplies for the mines that were packed up to the Kootenays by the Galbraith mule trains. Later, James worked for the Northern Pacific Railway (1887). In 1880 James was not enumerated. His wife and two daughters were living with his in-laws, Lewis and Jane Kerr.
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