Tsunetaro Aida

Tsunetaro Aida

He was born on 19 March 1906. He was a mill worker employed by Port Alice Pulp Mill, Port Alice, BC. His family includes Teru Aida (mother; nee Teru Matsuda), Eitaro Aida [possibly Eitaso Aida] (father), Sachiko Aida (wife; nee Sachiko Numajiri or Sachiko Humajiri), Kikuko Aida [also listed as Bernice Kikuko Aida or Bernice Kikuke Aida] (daughter), Yoshiye Aida [Yoshiye Phyllis Aida] (daughter), and Tokiko Aida [also listed as Mariem Tokiko Aida] (daughter). His home address is listed as Cumberland, BC. Port Alice, BC is listed as a former address. He was forcibly uprooted to Tashme, BC.


Regularized NameTsunetaro Aida
Custodian Identification Number4299
NationalityJapanese national
ResidenceTashme, BC


Custodian Case Files (1)


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