Toranosuke Kadohama

Toranosuke Kadohama

He was born on 22 July 1891. He was a fish packer employed by B.C. Packers Company, Steveston, BC. His family includes Tatsuno Kadohama (mother), Kantaro Kadohama (father), Torayo Kadohama (wife; nee Torayo Murakami), Eva Kadohama [also listed as Shigeko Kadohama] (daughter), Katsuyuki Kadohama (son), Tadayuki Kadohama (son), Takako Kadohama (daughter), Kazuyuki Kadohama (son), Yoshiko Kadohama (daughter), Haruyuki Kadohama (son), Nobuyuki Kadohama (son), and Keiko Kadohama [also listed as Kay Kadohama] (daughter). His home address is listed as Pacific Coast Imperial Cannery, No. 1 House, Dyke Road, Steveston, BC. Box 35, Steveston, BC is listed as a former address. He was forcibly uprooted to Clinton, BC and Calgary, AB.


Regularized NameToranosuke Kadohama
Custodian Identification Number4609
NationalityNaturalized Canadian
Residence (after uprooting)Clinton, BC
Residence (after uprooting)Calgary, AB
Residence (before uprooting)Steveston


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