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Capt. J.C. Jackson

• ? – sounded Hebron Bay, Labrador (chart BA1221) 

W.E.W. Jackson

• of the Toronto Observatory
• 1911 - in charge of magnetic survey in Hudson Bay, BURLEIGH.
• 1912 - in charge of magnetic survey in Hudson Bay, ARCTIC.

P. Jacobs

   1967 - Sooke Harb. and Approaches (17 Apr to 28 Apr)

R.P. Janes

   1967 - Assistant Hydrographer - CSS Maxwell - Atlantic Provinces (11 Aug to 11 Oct)
• 1967/68-Training-Hydro I
Photos: Hydro I 1967/68
   1969 - Hydrographer - Rideau Waterway survey, Ont (1 May - 21 Nov)
1969 - Hydrographer = on loan to Sorel range survey (8 - 13 Sept)
1970 - Hydrographer - CSS Maxwell - Revisory and Range surveys, Gulf of St. Lawrence - 1 Apr to 30 Oct

G.S. Jardine

• 1951 - St. Lewis Sound (Lab.) survey (FS 2274)

Staff Commander F.W.Jarrad, R.N.

• 1872-89 - As a Staff Cdr., survey of S Nfld. - under Maxwell (chart BA  2142)
• 1885-88 – surveyed St. Lawrence R, Goose I to Quebec, under Maxwell (chart BA315)
• 1886-87 – surveyed St. Lawrence R, Origaux Pt to Goose I, under Maxwell (chart BA314)
• 1887-89 – surveyed St. Lawrence R, Saguenay to Origaux Pt under Maxwell (chart BA313)
• 1889 – surveyed Halifax Harbour, under Maxwell (chart BA311)

D.B. Jarvos

   1967 - Hydrographic Assistant (Tech 1) New Staff - CSS Wm J Stewart - BC Coast (30 June - 15 Sept)
1967 - Hydrographic Assistant - Sooke Harb. and Approaches, BC (13 Sept to 11 Oct)
• 1967/68-Training-Hydro I
Photos: Hydro I 1967/68
   1968 - Hydrographer - Stuart Lake, BC - Shore party - small craft charting
1969 - Hydrographer - CSS Marabell- B.C. various locations

Gerry Jasky

• 1960 - classification in 1960: Map Compiler and Computer 4 • 1962 - in Chart Compilation
•  April 1963 (CHS org chart)- Chart Compilation (as Map Compiler and Computer 4)

Jehenne (French Navy)

• surveyed Newfoundland in 19th Century
• Jehenne Banks (chart 4665) and Jehenne Point (chart 4515) probably named after him

L. Jehu

• 1930 - Sable Island -Newfoundland surveys
• 1930 - resigned at end of field season.

Miss H.H. [?] Jennings

• 1947 - hired as Student Assistant in chart construction

J. Paul Jobin

• graduate of Civil Engineering
• 1904 - came from Railways & Canals upon amalgamation.
• 1904 - Lake St. Louis survey.
• 1905-06 - Lake Superior survey.
• 1907 - astronomic and magnetic observations, Montreal to Cornwall, fair sheets of St. Lawrence
• 1908-09 - Cumberland Basin (Bay of Fundy) survey.
• 1909 - Tatamagouche survey
• 1910 - Lake Ontario survey
• 1912 - James Bay survey
• 1913-15 - Officer in Charge of James Bay survey
• 1916-18 - Officer in Charge, Kingston Harbour survey.
• Autumn 1918 - contracted influenza and died.

Edouard Jodoin

  born 26 March 1881 in Quebec (1901 census)

• 1905 - St. Lawrence River survey.
• 1908-09 - Cumberland Basin (Bay of Fundy) survey.
• 1909 - Tatamagouche survey.
• 1910-11 - Lake St. Francis survey.
• 1912 - Lake Superior survey, LA CANADIENNE
• 1st April 1913 - died of a typhoid in Ottawa.

B. Johnson

• 1964 – joined CHS, Compilation Section

John Oswald Johnson

• 1930-34 - west coast Vancouver Island survey.
• 1935-36 - Queen Charlotte Islands survey.
• 1937 - various Pacific coast surveys.
• 1939-40 - Strait of Georgia survey.

R. S. Johnson

   1969 - Student Assistant - CSS Wm J Stewart - BC locations (26 May to 31 Aug) to BCIT 

 Alex. Johnston

• 1922 - Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries.
• 1930 - Deputy Minister of Marine.

B. Johnston

• 1967 - taken on strength - compilation unit - Ottawa
1968 - resigned

Terry Jolicoeur

Terry Jolicoeur retired in December 1988 as Head of the Nomenclature Unit at CHS after spending 38 years in the Public Service. Terry joined the Department of Health and Welfare in 1950 as a typist and then transferred to the Department of Mines and Technical Surveys in 1951. She started as a compiler of topographic maps in 1956 and in 1976 she moved to the Canadian Hydrographic Service as a names compiler. In 1977 Terry became head of the CHS Nomenclature Unit.

Source: Lighthouse, Spring 1989, p. 40.

Dr. F.A. Joneas, M.D.

• 1931 - Physician and Surgeon on ACADIA

Harold William Jones, M.E.I.C.

1880-1950

• graduate of McGill University
• May 1904 - hired as Technical Officer, Tidal Survey
• 1907 - built a replacement tidal station at St. Paul Island, new one at Charlottetown.
• 1909 - installed tide gauges around Vancouver Island.
• 1919 - Senior, Tidal and Current Surveyor, Atlantic Coast.
• 1923 - water level investigations, Hamilton Inlet
• 1924-40 - "temporarily" in charge of Tidal Surveys division.
• 1928 - listed as Senior Tidal and Current Survey (Atlantic Coast) but nominally in charge
• 1929 - special report on dams in Upper St. Lawrence River
• 1932-33 - tidal-current surveys CARTIER, Lower St. Lawrence River.
• 1934-36 - Officer in Charge of GULNARE, tidal currents in Lower St. Lawrence
• 1937 - Officer in Charge of Lightship No. 25, tidal current survey Lower St. Lawrence.
• 1938 - installed tide gauge at Gaspé Harbour.
• 1940 - named Chief, Tidal and Current Survey.
• 1943 - rebuilt Father Point tide gauge.
• 1943- tidal survey in Saguenay River.
• June/July 1946 - retired.
• December 1950 - died in Ottawa, aged 70 years.

R.M. Jones

   1966 - Student Assistant - St Lawrence River survey (13 June to 9 Sept)
• 1966 - Joined CHS
• 1967 - working level draftsman - Ottawa
• 1968 - working level draftsman - Automation - Ottawa

Trevor L. Jones

        - 1997

• 1960 - classification in 1960: Tech Off 5
• 1962 - on board JOHN A. MacDONALD, M'Clure Strait - Sailing Directions
•  April 1963 (CHS org chart)- Sailing Directions (Technical Officer 6)
1973 - Supervised revision of British Columbia Sailing Directions, Vol 1.
• 1997 - died

H.R. Jordan

• 1960 - classification in 1960: Map Compiler and Computer 1

Marc  Journault

• 1983 –Strait of Belle Isle survey (FS 4962)

R.H. Joyce

• 1970 - Summer student - Saint John River survey NB ( 22 June - 28 Aug) from NBIT