Kiku Kondo

Kiku Kondo

Kondo was born on 6 August 1896. She was a housewife. Her family includes Motokichi Miyauchi [also listed as Motakichi in file] (father; deceased at time of file), Tase Miyauchi [also listed as Tose in file] (mother), Shigeo Miyauchi (brother), Toshio Miyauchi (brother), Haruo Miyauchi (brother), Denya Kondo (husband; deceased at time of file), Isamu Sam Kondo (son), Masaharu Kondo (son; born on 1 June 1925), Yoneo Kondo (son), Kiyoko Rosie Kinoshita (daughter), Tamayo May Kondo (daughter), Sueko Kondo (daughter; born on 18 July 1934). She lived at 616 East Princess Avenue, Vancouver then moved to 710 Alexander Street Vancouver. She was forcibly uprooted to Rosebery BC. Her seized property includes a Singer sewing machine.

Metadata

ForenameKiku
SurnameKondo
Regularized NameKiku Kondo
Custodian Identification Number13150
NationalityNaturalized Canadian

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Custodian Case Files (1)

Shared Surnames

Kondo

Terminology

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