Shinkatsu Inouye

Shinkatsu Inouye

He was born on 3 November 1902. He was a sawmill worker employed by A.P.L. Sawmill, Port Alberni, BC. His family includes Koyu Inouye (mother; nee Koyu Nakai), Tokumatsu Inouye (father), Kishie Inouye (wife; nee Kishie Sumitani), Hideko Inouye (daughter), Misao Inouye (daughter), George Inouye (son), Hozumi Inouye (son), Katsumi Inouye (son), Sanai Inouye (daughter), and Kenji Inouye (son). His home address is listed as 554 Cordova Street, Vancouver, BC. 240 Main Street, Vancouver, BC and Great Northern Cannery, West Vancouver, BC are listed as former addresses. He was interned before being exiled to Japan on 2 August 1946.

Metadata

ForenameShinkatsu
SurnameInouye
Regularized NameShinkatsu Inouye
Custodian Identification Number309_xi
NationalityUnknown
LabelExiled to Japan

Collections

Custodian Case Files (1)

Shared Surnames

Inouye
NameSee also
Umeo Inouye
Inouye
Inouye
Aiko Inouye
Arthur Inouye
Aya Inouye
Chiye Inouye
Chiyo Inouye
Chiyoichi Inouye
Conny Inouye
E Inouye
Ei Inouye
Eiji Inouye
Emiko Inouye
Esther Inouye
Geo. K. Inouye
George Inouye
H Inouye
Hajime Inouye
Hajime Inouye
Hana Inouye
Hannah Inouye
Harold Inouye
Harumi Inouye
Haruo Inouye
Haruo Inouye
Hatsuko Inouye
Hatsuno Inouye
Hena Inouye
Hide Inouye
Hideharu Inouye
Hifuzo Inouye
Hina Inouye
Hiroshi Inouye
Hiroshi Inouye
Hisako Inouye
Hisaye Inouye
I Inouye
I. Inouye
Ichiji Inouye
Ippei Inouye
Isamu Inouye
Jack Inouye
Jiro Inouye
Jiro Inouye
Jiro Inouye
Jiro Inouye
Jiro Inouye
Jiro Inouye
Jiro Inouye
Jiro Inouye
Jiro Inouye
Jokichi Inouye
Josuke Inouye
Juichiro Inouye
K Inouye
K Inouye
K Inouye
Kane Inouye
Kane Inouye
Kanekichi Inouye
Katsuzo Inouye
Kazuo Inouye
Kazuyoshi Inouye
Keigo Inouye
Keiko Inouye
Kendayu Inouye
Kenkichi Inouye
Kijuro Inouye
Kiyoko Inouye
Kiyoshi Inouye
Kojiro Inouye
Kozo Inouye
Kurajiro Inouye
Kurajiro Inouye
Lily Inouye
Mamoru Inouye
Mankichi Inouye
Mankichi Inouye
Margaret Inouye
Mary Inouye
Mary Inouye
Masakichi Inouye
Masakichi Inouye
Masako Inouye
Meijiro Inouye
Michio Inouye
Mikuma Inouye
Mitsuko Inouye
Miyo Inouye
Miyo Inouye K Inouye
Miyo Inouye
Moto Inouye
Myea Inouye
Otokichi Inouye
Ritsuko Inouye
Ritsuko Inouye
Robert Inouye
Rui or Ruiko Inouye
Ruth Inouye
Sada Inouye
Sadazo Inouye
Saihachi Inouye
Sanaye Inouye
Seidayu Inouye
Seidayu Inouye
Seihachi Inouye
Seiji Inouye
Seiji Inouye
Seiji Inouye
Seji Inouye
Setsuko Inouye
Shigeo Inouye
Shigetaka Inouye
Shigetaka Inouye
Shine Inouye
Shinkatsu Inouye
Susie Inouye
T. Inouye
Takashi Inouye
Takiyo Inouye
Takuichi Inouye
Takuichi Inouye
Teruko Inouye
Teruko Inouye
Tokuichi Inouye
Tokuko Inouye
Tom Inouye
Tomi Inouye
Tomita Inouye
Tomojiro Inouye
Tomojiro Inouye
Tomotso Inouye
Toraichi Inouye
Ukichi Inouye
Umeo Inouye
W Inouye
Wataru Inouye
Y. Inouye
Yasutaka Inouye
Yasutaka Inouye
Yeije Inouye
Yeiji Inouye
Yosaburo Inouye
Yosaburo Inouye
Yoshiaki Inouye
Yoshiaki Saburo or Saburo-yoshiaki Inouye
Yoshiko Inouye
Yoshiko Inouye
Yoshiko Inouye
Yoshinobu Inouye
Yoshinobu Inouye
Yoshinobu Inouye
Yoshinobu Inouye
Yoshitomi Inouye
Yukichi Inouye
Yumi Inouye
Zennosuke Inouye
Zennosuke Inouye

Terminology

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