Hisami Kondo

Hisami Kondo

She was born on 21 March 1891. Her maiden name is Hisami Inouye. She was a machinist then a fish sorter, employed by Ebizusaki [possibly Ebisusaki], 337 Powell Street, Vancouver, BC and New England Cannery, Gore Avenue, Vancouver, BC. Her family includes Manyo Onouye (mother; nee Manyo Ninoyama; deceased at time of file), Yoshitaro Inouye (father; deceased at time of file), Fukumatsu Kondo (husband; deceased at time of file), Nobumi Tanaka (daughter; nee Nobumi Kondo), and Tadako Kondo (daughter; in Japan). Her home address is listed as 539 Powell Street, Vancouver, BC; she was forcibly uprooted to Slocan Extension, BC. Her listed seized property includes household belongings and Japanese shrines.


Regularized NameHisami Kondo
Custodian Identification Number12854
NationalityNaturalized Canadian
ResidenceSlocan Extension, BC


Custodian Case Files (1)

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