4609: Toranosuke Kadohama

4609: Toranosuke Kadohama

Toranosuke Kadohama

He was born on 22 July 1891. He was a fish packer employed by B.C. Packers Company, Steveston, BC. His family includes Tatsuno Kadohama (mother), Kantaro Kadohama (father), Torayo Kadohama (wife; nee Torayo Murakami), Shigeko Kadohama (daughter), Katsuyuki Kadohama [possibly Katsuyaki Kadohama] (son), Tadayuki Kadohama (son), Takako Kadohama (daughter), Kazuyuki Kadohama (son), Yoshiko Kadohama (daughter), Haruyuki Kadohama (son), Nobuyuki Kadohama (son), and Keiko Kadohama [also listed as Kay Keiko Kadohama] (daughter). His home address is listed as Pacific Coast Imperial Cannery, No. 1 House, Dyke Road, Steveston, BC. Box 35, Steveston, BC is listed as a former address. He was forcibly uprooted to Clinton, BC and Calgary, AB.
Sex M
Date of Birth 22 July 1891
Nationality Naturalized Canadian
Locations uprooted
Clinton, BC
Calgary, AB
Reel
C-9346 (442-486)
Type Person
Custodian Number 4609
Name Toranosuke Kadohama

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4609: Toranosuke Kadohama

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