Minoru Kato

Minoru Kato

He was born on 1 November 1907. He was a logger employed by Hillcrest Lumber Company, Duncan, BC. His family includes Ai Ando (mother), Kiyoji Kato (father), Hisako Kato [also listed as Hisa Kato] (wife; nee Hisako Morita or Hisa Morita), Norman Kato [also Norman Susumu Kato] (son), Frances Kato [also Kumiko Frances Kato] (daughter), Donald Kato [also Donald Akira Kato] (son), Masa Kato (daughter), and Sachiko Kato (daughter). His home address is listed as Hillcrest, Duncan, BC. He was forcibly uprooted to Arnaud, MB.

Metadata

ForenameMinoru
SurnameKato
Regularized NameMinoru Kato
Custodian Identification Number1893
NationalityJapanese national
ResidenceArnaud, MB

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