Mikizo Fujimagari

Mikizo Fujimagari

Fujimagari was born on 21 March 1885. He was a labourer employed by B.C. Junk Company, 135 Powell Street, Vancouver, BC. His family includes Yao Komiyama (wife who left him five years previous to file; living with Ko Nishihara in South Vancouver at time of file) and James Masaku (son). His home address is listed as 563 Esquimalt Avenue, Capilano, BC. He was forcibly uprooted to Lampriere, BC, Blue River, BC, and Toronto, ON. His listed seized property includes his home which was sold to Gordon Martin, a G.E. Mantel radio, and a Singer sewing machine.


Regularized NameMikizo Fujimagari
Custodian Identification Number1470
NationalityJapanese national
ResidenceLampriere, BC
ResidenceBlue River, BC
ResidenceToronto, ON


Custodian Case Files (1)


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