For Posterity's Sake         

A Royal Canadian Navy Historical Project


In memory of those who have Crossed the Bar


James C. Flynn


Petty Officer, Shipwright


Born: 1912          Died: 1964


FLYNN, James C. - On January 34d, 1964, at his residence, James Clarence, beloved husband of Elizabeth MacDonald, dear father of Sharon, Darrell, Kerry, Brendan and Glendon. Resting at the Clarke Funeral Home, 5580 Sherbrooke St., W.  Requeim Mass in St. Augustine of Canterbury Church on Tues. at 8:30 a.m. Interment Cote des Neiges Cemetery.


Ships served in:







(JF01) Portrait of PO James Flynn  (JF02) L. Dowling (Lofty) and B. Drinkwater (Squirt)  (JF03) James Flynn (left) and Joe McMahon  (JF04) James Flynn (left) and D. McDonald



Back, L-R: J. Hunter, J. Gornham, F. Harris, R. Robertson

Front, L-R: F. Lamothe, G. Scott, James Flynn, H. Pascas, M. McAuley

" They were known as the Hungry Wolves as they all ate at the same table"



Shipwright Class No 3 - 15 Apr 1943


Back Row, L-R: C. Bixby, Crawford, McSweeny, McNab, Brunett


Front: C. McDonald, Greenlough, James Flynn, Day, Dunham, F. Nargang, McCully (Slim) (Insturctor) 



The Stadacona Band

Date unknown



Ship's Company, HMCS THUNDER J271

Between 25 Nov 1942 and 17 Jan 1944


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This photo with crew numbered and named has been posted on the ship's company photo page for HMCS TRANSCONA



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