4440: Teruko Inouye

4440: Teruko Inouye

Teruko Inouye

She was born on 29 June 1904. She was a self-employed farmer’s help. Her family includes Suye Tsuji (mother; nee Suye Minaguro), Kamijiro Tsuji [possibly Kamijiso Tsuji] (father), Yoshinobu Inouye (husband), Kazuko Inouye (daughter), Hisashi Inouye (son), Raymond Nobuyuki Inouye (son), and Edison Yoshitaka Inouye (son). Her home address is listed as Lougheed Highway, Rural Route, No. 1, Mission, BC. She was forcibly uprooted to Oak Bluff, MB.
Sex F
Date of Birth 29 June 1904
Nationality Japanese national
Locations uprooted
Oak Bluff, MB
Reel
C-9344 (939-946)
Type Person
Custodian Number 4440
Name Teruko Inouye

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4440: Teruko Inouye

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