Takujuro Fujimoto

Takujuro Fujimoto

He was born on 22 May 1889. He was a logger employed by Royston Lumber Company, Royston, BC. His family includes Tsuru Fujimoto [possibly Tsusu Fujimoto] (mother; nee Tsuru Amao or Tsusu Amao), Haru Fujimoto (wife; nee Haru Yamanaka), Kikuye Fujimoto (daughter), Minoru Fujimoto (son), Yukiye Fujimoto (daughter), Takao Fujimoto (son), Yoshio Fujimoto (son), Satoru Fujimoto (son), Tatsuo Fujimoto (son), Yasuo Fujimoto (son), Nobuo Fujimoto (son), Mitsuye Fujimoto (daughter), and George Fujimoto (son). His home address is listed as Royston, BC. Rural Route, No. 1, Cumberland, BC is listed as a former address. He was forcibly uprooted to Raymond, AB.


Regularized NameTakujuro Fujimoto
Custodian Identification Number4154
NationalityJapanese national
Residence (after uprooting)Raymond, AB
Residence (before uprooting)Royston


Custodian Case Files (1)


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