Kuemon Idenouye

Kuemon Idenouye

He was born on 10 April 1886. He was a millworker. His family includes Matsu Idenouye (mother; nee Matsu Tauchi), Matsujiro Idenouye (father), Hanako Idenouye (wife; nee Hanako Ishimitsu), Nobuye Idenouye (son), Yoshio Idenouye (son), Noboru Idenouye (son), Akira Idenouye (son), Kikuye Idenouye (daughter), Chieko Idenouye (daughter), Masao Idenouye (son), Minoru Idenouye (son), Yoshiko Idenouye (daughter), and Aiko Idenouye (daughter). His home address is listed as Woodfibre, BC.He was forcibly uprooted to Kaslo, BC.


Regularized NameKuemon Idenouye
Custodian Identification Number13721
NationalityJapanese national
Residence (after uprooting)Kaslo, BC
Residence (before uprooting)Woodfibre


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