Kamejiro Kubota

Kamejiro Kubota

He was born on 6 October 1904 or 10 June 1904. He was a logger employed by Stave Lake Cedar Shingle Company, Dewdney, BC. His family includes Kenzo Kubota (father), Kumiko Kubota (wife; nee Kumiko Suda or Kumiko Soda), Haruo Kubota (daughter), Minako Kubota (daughter), and Fumiye Kubota (daughter). His home address is listed as Indian River, BC. 215 Princess Avenue, Vancouver, BC and Mission, BC are listed as former addresses. He was forcibly uprooted to Princeton, BC and Kamloops, BC. He was exiled to Japan on 17 June 1946.


Regularized NameKamejiro Kubota
Custodian Identification Number4127
NationalityJapanese national
ResidencePrinceton, BC
ResidenceKamloops, BC
LabelExiled to Japan


Custodian Case Files (1)


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