1669: Motoaki Karakida

1669: Motoaki Karakida

Motoaki Karakida

Karakida was born on 19 February 1890. He was a self employed cleaner and presser. His family includes Mitsu Karakida (mother; deceased at time of file), Yasuzu Karakida (father; in Japan), Asa Karakida (wife; nee Asa Kurogo; in Tochigi Japan), Fumi Karakida (daughter; in Tochigi Japan) and Hideo Karakida (son; in Tochigi, Japan). His home address is listed as 807 Fort Street Victoria BC. He was forcibly uprooted to Red Buck Camp in Princeton, BC. No seized property listed in file.
Sex M
Date of Birth 19 February 1890
Nationality Japanese national
Reel
C-9323 (125-128)
Type Person
Custodian Number 1669
Name Motoaki Karakida
Dates
Not Before: 01 April 1942
Not After: 12 August 1944

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1669: Motoaki Karakida

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Metadata Author: Lindsey Jacobson
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