Sanji Kimoto

Sanji Kimoto

He was born on 4 January 1870. He was a woodworker. His family includes Tsuru Kimoto (mother; nee Tsuru Nishihata), Shojiro Kimoto (father), Shio Misumi (former wife; in Japan), Kishi Kimoto (wife), Matsuye Kimoto (daughter), Miyoshi Kimoto (son), Kaoru Kimoto (son), Michio Kimoto (son), Hide Yoshikuni (daughter; nee Hide Kimoto), Yoshino Kimoto (daughter), Miyokichi Kimoto (son), Tsutomu Kimoto (son), and Masao Kimoto (son). His home address is listed as P.O. Box 129, Japanese Town No. 1, Cumberland, BC. He was forcibly uprooted to Slocan, BC.


Regularized NameSanji Kimoto
Custodian Identification Number5124
NationalityJapanese national


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