7071: Kazuo Makino

7071: Kazuo Makino

Kazuo Makino

He was born on 24 October 1918. He was a mill hand employed by B.C. Pulp & Paper Company, Woodfibre, BC. His family includes Kotono Makino (mother; nee Kotono Akagi), Mototaro Makino (father), Ayako Makino (sister), and Michio Makino (brother). His home address is listed as “Woodfibre, B.C. (21st Avenue, Whonnock, B.C.)”. He was forcibly uprooted to Islington, ON.
Sex M
Date of Birth 24 October 1918
Nationality Canadian born
Locations uprooted
Islington, ON
Reel
C-9372 (536-541)
Type Person
Custodian Number 7071
Name Kazuo Makino

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7071: Kazuo Makino

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Metadata Author: Lindy Marks
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