Kichisaburo Morishita

Kichisaburo Morishita

He was born on 14 October 1882. He was a fisherman employed by B.C. Packers, Steveston, BC. His family includes Koito Morishita (wife; nee Koito Mukai), Hiroshi Morishita (son), Masaru Morishita (son), and Toshiko Morishita (daughter). His home address is listed as Box 33, Imperial Cannery, Steveston, BC. He was forcibly uprooted to Moss Spur, MB and St. Pierre, MB.

Metadata

ForenameKichisaburo
SurnameMorishita
Regularized NameKichisaburo Morishita
Custodian Identification Number4175
NationalityNaturalized Canadian
ResidenceMoss Spur, MB
ResidenceSt Pierre, MB

Collections

Custodian Case Files (1)

Shared Surnames

Morishita
NameSee also
Morishita
C. Morishita
Chiyoo Morishita
Chizuko Morishita
Chonosuke Morishita
Chonosuke Morishita
Chonosuke Morishita
Dorothy H Morishita
Dorothy Morishita
Eikichi Morishita
Eikichi Morishita
Eikichi Morishita
Fumie Morishita
Haruko Morishita
Haruko Morishita
Hirako Morishita
Hiroshi Morishita
Hiroshi Morishita
Hiroshi Morishita
Hiroshi Morishita
Hiroshi Morishita
Ichitaro Morishita
Iori Morishita
J Morishita
Jichiro Morishita
Jiichiro Morishita
K. Morishita
Kamekichi Morishita
Kenichi Morishita
Kenichi Morishita
Kenichi Morishita
Kenichi Morishita
Kenichi Morishita
Kichisaburo Morishita
Kichisaburo Morishita
Koito Morishita
Koto Morishita
Koyo Oye
M. Morishita
M. Morishita
Mariye Morishita
Masaharu Morishita
Masaharu Morishita
Masaru Morishita
Masaru Morishita
Masaru Morishita
Minosuke Morishita
Minosuke Morishita
Minosuke Morishita
Minosuke Morishita
Moto Morishita
Moto Morishita
Moto Morishita
Moto Morishita
Nagakichi Morishita
Nao Morishita
Nikizo Morishita
Nobumi Morishita
Noeru Morishita
Norito Morishita
Sadajiro Morishita
Sadajirou Morishita
Saku Morishita
Sawa Morishita
Sawa Morishita
Shigeru Morishita
Tadashi Morishita
Taeji Morishita
TeijI Morishita
Teiji Morishita
Teiji Morishita
Teiji Morishita
Tome Morishita
Touji Morishita
Toyo Hato
Toyo Morishita
U. Morishita
Umetaro Morishita
Umezo Morishita
Unosuke Morishita
V Morishita
Yasaku Morishita
Yayoi Morishita
Yoshisaburou Morishita
Yuu Morishita

Terminology

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