Kameno Marumoto

Kameno Marumoto

Marumoto was born on 9 September 1888. She was a housewife and cannery worker employed by A.B.C. Packers, Steveston, BC. Her family includes Mokichi Marumoto (husband), Shigeru Marumoto (son), Minoni Marumoto (son), Ichiko Marumoto (daughter), Kazumi Marumoto (son), and Yoko Marumoto (daughter). Her mother and father are listed as deceased at time of file and no names are provided. Her home address is listed as House No. 35 Phoenix Cannery, Steveston, BC. She was forcibly uprooted to Tashme, BC on 5 June 1942. She owned household goods, one electric massage set, one storage battery, and one Singer sewing machine which was shipped to her daughter. Her signature is in Japanese.


Regularized NameKameno Marumoto
Custodian Identification Number1311
NationalityNaturalized Canadian
ResidenceTashme, BC


Custodian Case Files (1)


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