12176: Sadama Sato

12176: Sadama Sato

Sadama

He was born on 15 January 1895. He was a millhand employed by Royston Sawmill. His family includes Hikotaro Sato (father), Tsuru Sato (mother; nee Tsuru Yamamura), Tsui Sato (wife; nee Tsui Tadakoro), Setsuko Sato (daughter), Misako Sato (daughter), Sayoka Sato (daughter), Sasako Sato (daughter), Sadakazu Sato (son), Sadayuki Sato (son), and Nishiko Sato (daughter). He lived in Cumberland, BC. He was forcibly uprooted to Hamilton, ON.
Sex M
Date of Birth 15 January 1895
Nationality Japanese national
Locations uprooted
Hamilton, ON
Reel
C-9413 (2159-2259)
Type Person
Custodian Number 12176
Name Sadama Sato

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12176: Sadama Sato

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Metadata Author: Natsuki Abe
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