4022: Eitaro Aida

4022: Eitaro Aida

Eitaro Aida

He was born on 7 September 1880. He was a self-employed tailor. His family includes Uta Aida (mother), Shinjiro Aida (father), Teru Aida [also listed as Teruke Aida or Toruko Aida] (wife; nee Teru Matudo, Teruke Matudo, or Toruko Matudo), Tsunetaro Aida [possibly Tsunetare Aida] (son), Joe Aida (son), Sakae Aida (daughter), Yukie Aida [possibly Yukio Aida] (son), Utake Aida [possibly Utako Aida] (daughter), Aiko Aida [also listed as Iko Aida] (daughter), and Masao Aida [possibly Masae Aida] (son). His home address is listed as Cumberland, BC. Box 17, Cumberland, BC is listed as a former address. He was forcibly uprooted to New Denver, BC and Toronto, ON.
Sex U
Date of Birth 07 September 1880
Nationality Japanese national
Locations uprooted
New Denver, BC
Toronto, ON
Reel
C-9341 (1574-1647)
Type Person
Custodian Number 4022
Name Eitaro Aida

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4022: Eitaro Aida

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