Iwakichi Kakiuchi

Iwakichi Kakiuchi

He was born on 8 June 1887. He was a fisherman. His family includes Ichi Kakiuchi (mother), Yoshimatsu Kakiuchi (father), Kikuno Kakiuchi (wife; nee Kikuno Doyama), Iwakazu Kakiuchi (son), Misayo Mori (daughter; nee Misayo Kakiuchi), Yoshiharu Kakiuchi (son), Susumu Kakiuchi [also listed as Noboru Kakiuchi] (son), Yutaka Kakiuchi (son), and Teruye Kakiuchi (daughter). Bamfield, BC is listed as a former address. He died at Grappler Creek, Bamfield, BC on 1 January 1942.


Regularized NameIwakichi Kakiuchi
Custodian Identification Number14090
NationalityNaturalized Canadian


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