Private James Mohammed "Jim" Dullo
Submitted by: Tanveer Kalo
Private James Mohammed "Jim" Dullo served in World War 1 with the United States Army. The dates of service are: Known May 28, 1917 or 1919 to July 3, 1943.
Private James Mohammed "Jim" Dullo was born on August 15, 1898 in Bohara, Hazara, British India to Mahomed Dean. He immigrated to the United States prior to 1917 or 1919 and settled in Settle, Washington.
Dullo registered for the draft on June 5, 1917. Mullo's draft card listed his race as white, occupation as a unemployed laborer, and residence as 409 James St, Settle.
On May 28, 1919 or 1917, Dullo was inducted into the U.S. Army. He was assigned to Company D 2nd Battalion, 20th Regiment Engineers( (Forestry). On November 7, 1917 Dullo and his unit departed Hoboken, New Jersey for France on the ship Madawaska.
They left Pauillac, France on May 7, 1919 on the ship Martha Washington for Camp Morrison, Newport News, Virginia. The date of his discharge is unknown.
After the war, Dullo returned to Settle, married, had a daughter named Lucille and "Americanized" his name to James "Jim" Mohammed Dullo.
Dullo also served during World War II from 1942 to 1943. He enlisted in the U.S. Army on September, 26 1942 in Tacoma, Washington. At the time of the time of his enlistment, Dullo worked as a cook in Settle, went to grammar school, and was divorced.
Private James Mohammed "Jim" Dullo died on November 14, 1944 in Seattle at the age of 46. He is buried at Masonic Lawn Cemetery in Sacramento, California.