Yasue Iwasaki

Yasue Iwasaki

She was born on 3 January 1900. She was a housewife. Her family includes Mitsu Iwasaki (mother; nee Mitsu Tambo), Yasutaro Iwasaki (father), Otomatsu Nakashita (husband), Shisue Iwasaki [possibly Shisue Nakashita] (daughter), Kimie Iwasaki [possibly Kimie Nakashita] (daughter), Mitsune Iwasaki [possibly Mitsune Nakashita] (daughter), Yataro Iwasaki [possibly Yataro Nakashita] (son), Minoru Iwasaki [possibly Minoru Nakashita] (son), and Meiko Iwasaki [possibly Meiko Nakashita] (daughter). Her home address is listed as P.O. Box 186, Gulf of Georgia Cannery, Steveston, BC. She was forcibly uprooted to Kamloops, BC.

Metadata

ForenameYasue
SurnameIwasaki
Regularized NameYasue Iwasaki
Custodian Identification Number5473
NationalityNaturalized Canadian
ResidenceKamloops, BC

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