Mankichi Eyemoto

Mankichi Eyemoto

He was born on 1 January 1879. He is also listed as Mankichi Iyemoto. He was a self-employed farmer. His family includes Yoshi Eyemoto [possibly Yoshi Iyemoto] (mother; nee Yoshi Miyamoto), Yajuro Eyemoto [also listed as Yajuro Iyemoto] (father), Haruyo Eyemoto [possibly Haruyo Iyemoto] (wife; nee Haruyo Muramoto), Haruko Eyemoto [possibly Haruko Iyemoto] (daughter), Shigeki Eyemoto [possibly Shigeki Iyemoto] (son), Yoshiko Eyemoto [possibly Yoshiko Iyemoto] (daughter), Sakaye Eyemoto [possibly Sakaye Iyemoto] (daughter), Sazako Eyemoto [possibly Sazako Iyemoto] (daughter), Hanaye Eyemoto [possibly Hanaye Iyemoto] (daughter), Shigeru Eyemoto [possibly Shigeru Iyemoto] (son), Itsuko Eyemoto [possibly Itsuko Iyemoto] (daughter), Yasuko Eyemoto [possibly Yasuko Iyemoto] (daughter), and Aishiro Eyemoto [possibly Aishiro Iyemoto; also listed as Ishiro Eyemoto or Ishiro Iyemoto] (son). His home address is listed as 2346 Hammond Road, Pitt Meadows, BC. P.O. Box 341, Pitt Meadows, BC is listed as a former address. He was forcibly uprooted to Homewood, MB and Arnaud, MB. He was exiled to Japan on 17 June 1946.


Regularized NameMankichi Eyemoto
Custodian Identification Number4214
NationalityJapanese national
ResidenceHomewood, MB
ResidenceArnaud, MB
LabelExiled to Japan


Custodian Case Files (1)


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