A railway agent and the older of 2 children of James Peters and Rowena Gray, James Peters, the fourth cousin once-removed on the father's side of Nigel Horne, was born in New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada on 15 Jun 18891,2,3,4,5,6.
During his life, he was living in Prince Rupert, British Columbia, Canada in 19175; at 25 Wellington Street, British Columbia on 17 Apr 1918; at 716 Yates Street, Victoria, British Columbia on 1 Jun 19211; in Vancouver, British Columbia in 1935; and at Kalamalka Hotel, Yale, British Columbia in 1940.
He died on 30 Aug 1954 in Vancouver, British Columbia3,4,6,7 and is buried in Burnaby, British Columbia4,6. He served in the military in 1918 (royal Flying Corps- service number 171763). On 26 Aug 1942 he arrived in Seattle, King, Washington, USA. On 5 Nov 1942 he arrived in Ketchikan, Alaska, USA.
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