Shinjo Ikuta

Shinjo Ikuta

He was born on 5 June 1892. He was a Buddhist priest employed by Japanese Church, New Westminster, BC. His family includes Mito Ikuta [possibly Nito Ikuta] (mother; nee Mito Kiyama or Nito Kiyama), Mino Ikuta [possibly Nino Ikuta] (wife; nee Mino Fukushima or Nino Fukushima), Susumu Ikuta (son), Makoto Ikuta [possibly Makato Ikuta or Nakato Ikuta] (son), Kyoko Ikuta (daughter), Mosiko Ikuta [possibly Moriko Ikuta or Noriko Ikuta] (daughter), and Kunihiko Ikuta (son). His home address is listed as 120 10th Street, New Westminster, BC. He was forcibly uprooted to Raymond, AB.


Regularized NameShinjo Ikuta
Custodian Identification Number4071
NationalityJapanese national
ResidenceRaymond, AB


Custodian Case Files (1)


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