Tsunakichi Kika

Tsunakichi Kika

Died 1942. His family was asked to renounce rights to administer his estate. Son currently resided in "enemy camp." According to Land Titles records, he 'transmitted' his property in 1942 to Jack Milton Streight. Documentation states that this was done 'in trust.'
We think his name is spelt "Tsunakachi" or "Tsunakichi," both of which appear in our data. The name appears in the Haney Nokai book. bca_gr_1422_reel_b09505_folio_8181.pdf


Regularized NameTsunakichi Kika


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