1415: Hidetaro Kubo

1415: Hidetaro Kubo

Hidetaro Kubo

Kubo was born on 02 November 1890. He was a logger employed by B.C. Burns & Jackson Logging Company, Wilson Creek, BC. His family includes Yoshi Kubo (wife). He lived at B.C. Burns & Jackson Logging Company’s camp, Wilson Creek, BC, was forcibly uprooted to Lemon Creek, Slocan, BC, and was exiled to Japan on 17 June 1946. His listed seized property includes: household belongings.
Sex M
Date of Birth 02 November 1890
Nationality Japanese national
Locations uprooted
Slocan, BC
Date exiled to Japan 17 June 1946
Reel
C-9319 (83-94)
Type Person
Custodian Number 1415
Name Hidetaro Kubo
Dates
Not Before: 25 April 1942
Not After: 18 October 1946

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1415: Hidetaro Kubo

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Metadata Author: Erin Chan
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