Katsutaro Hori

Katsutaro Hori

Hori was born on 01 October 1883. He was a fisherman employed by B.C. Packers Company Limited. His family includes Tome Hori (wife), Teruko Hori (daughter; born on 03 August 1928), Shizue Hori (daughter), Eiji Hori (son), Masakazu Hori (son), and Mikio Hori (son; born on 21 January 1933). He lived in Steveston, BC and was forcibly uprooted to Minto City, BC and Kamloops, BC. His listed seized property includes: boat “K.H./E.H.”; fishing equipment; household belongings; sewing machine; festival goods.


Regularized NameKatsutaro Hori
Custodian Identification Number1219
NationalityNaturalized Canadian
Residence (after uprooting)Minto City, BC
Residence (after uprooting)Kamloops, BC
Residence (before uprooting)Steveston


Custodian Case Files (1)


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