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James Clifford McNally

James Clifford McNally was an English-born American lawyer and diplomat.

Background

  • In 1868 his family moved to the US.

    On July 7, 1891 he married Agnes Keane.

  • Education

    • He studied at Holy Ghost College, Pittsburgh as well as at St. Laurent’s College, Montreal, among others.

    Career

    • He practiced law in Salt Lake City, Utah in 1891-93.

      In 1894-1896 he served as probate judge by appointment of President Cleveland.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican Party

    Religion

    Denomination: Catholic

    Membership

    • Republican

    Connections

    • father: Thomas McNally
    • mother: Mary (Moran) McNally
    • Wife: Agnes Keane
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    Born May 12, 1865
    Died August 5, 1920
    (aged 55)
    • 1891
      University of Michigan
    • 1893 - 1894
      United States commissioner
    • 1894 - 1896
      probate judge
    • 1898 - 1900
      secretary of American Legation and consul general
      Bogotá, Colombia, Colombia
    • 1899 - 1900
      charge d’affaires
      Guatemala City, Guatemala
    • 1900 - 1902
      consul general
      Guatemala City, Guatemala
    • 1902 - 1907
      consul
      Liege, Belgium
    • 1907 - 1910
      consul
      Nanking, China
    • April 15, 1910 - April, 1914
      consul
      Tsingtau, China
    • 1915 - 1916
      vice and deputy consul
      Kehl, Germany
    • 1916 - 1917
      vice and deputy consul
      Hamburg, Germany, Germany
    • May 8, 1917
      consul general
      Zurich, Switzerland, Switzerland
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      • Thomas
      • Mary
      • Agnes Keane
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