Masaki Matsumoto

Masaki Matsumoto

He was born on 3 July 1892. He was a mill wright employed by Powell Lumber Company. His family includes Komakichi Matsumoto (father), Kiku Matsumoto (mother; nee Kiku Iwada), and Umino Matsumoto (wife; nee Umino Mura). His home address is listed as 1867 West 2nd Avenue, Vancouver BC. He was forcibly uprooted to Red Buck, BC and exiled to Japan on 2 October 1946.

Metadata

ForenameMasaki
SurnameMatsumoto
Regularized NameMasaki Matsumoto
Custodian Identification Number11718
NationalityJapanese national
ResidenceRed Buck, BC
LabelExiled to Japan

Collections

Custodian Case Files (1)

Shared Surnames

Matsumoto
NameSee also
Kunyea Matsumoto
Matsumoto
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Akira Matsumoto
Akira Matsumoto
Cheyeko Matsumoto
Chiye Matsumoto
Fumi Matsumoto
Fusatomi Matsumoto
Hideo Matsumoto
Hideo Matsumoto
Hidezo Matsumoto
I. Matsumoto
I. P. Matsumoto
Ichijuro Matsumoto
Isamu Matsumoto
Iseichi Matsumoto
Iwao Matsumoto
Joe Matsumoto
Joushirou Matsumoto
Judo Matsumoto
K Matsumoto
Kaneko Matsumoto
Kaoru Matsumoto
Kazuo Matsumoto
Keizo Matsumoto
Kingo Matsumoto
Kingo Matsumoto
Kingo Matsumoto
Kingo Matsumoto
Kiyotaro Matsumoto
Kiyoto Matsumoto
Koma Matsumoto
Kumejiro Matsumoto
Kumekichi Matsumoto
Kuneo Matsumoto
Kuniye Matsumoto
Magozo Matsumoto
Masa Matsumoto
Masaki Matsumoto
Masanari Matsumoto
Masanori Matsumoto
Masao Matsumoto
Miki Matsumoto
Minoru Matsumoto
Misao Matsumoto
Miyoko Matsumoto
Modori Matsumoto
Mrs K Matsumoto
Naka Matsumoto
Nobuo Matsumoto
Reiko Matsumoto
Ritsu Matsumoto
Sakeo Matsumoto
Saki Matsumoto
Seisaku Matsumoto
Shigeo Matsumoto
Shiro Matsumoto
Shotaro Matsumoto
Souzou Matsumoto
T Matsumoto
Tadashi Matsumoto
Tadashige Matsumoto
Takashi Matsumoto
Takematsu Matsumoto
Takeo Matsumoto
Tatsuo Matsumoto
Tatsuo Matsumoto
Tatsuo Matsumoto
Tatsuyo Matsumoto
Tatsuyo Matsumoto
Tei Matsumoto
Tetsu Matsumoto
Tetsuzo Matsumoto
Tetsuzo Matsumoto
Toshi Matsumoto
Toshi Matsumoto
Toshio Matsumoto
Toshiye Matsumoto
Toyoko Matsumoto
Tsunekichi Matsumoto
Tsunekichi Matsumoto
Tsunekichi Matsumoto
Tsunekichi Matsumoto
Tsuyako Matsumoto
Yasuo Matsumoto
Yoji Matsumoto
Yoshiko Matsumoto
Yoshimatsu Matsumoto
Yoshimatsu Matsumoto
Yoshimatsu Matsumoto
Yoshimatsu Matsumoto
Yoshimatsu Matsumoto
Yoshino Matsumoto
Yoshino Matsumoto
Yuki Matsumoto
Zenkichi Matsumoto

Terminology

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