947_xi: Hiroji Fukuda

947_xi: Hiroji Fukuda

Hiroji Fukuda

He was a waiter employed by Bert R. Smith Silbak Premier Mines. His family includes Yuko Fukuda (wife), Chizuru Fukuda (daughter), Hikaru Fukuda (daughter), Tsuyoshi Fukuda (son), and Fumika Fukuda (daughter). He lived in Premier Mines, BC. He was exiled to Japan.
Sex M
Nationality Unknown
Locations before uprooting
Premier Mines, BC
C-9313 (127-129)
Type Person
Custodian Number 947_xi
Name Hiroji Fukuda



947_xi: Hiroji Fukuda


Metadata Author: Natsuki Abe
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