Susumu Nagai

Susumu Nagai

He was born on 31 August 1909. He was a millhand and carpenter employed by New Westminster Shooks Mills. His family includes Sato Nagai (mother; nee Sato Kitamura), Kamezo Nagai (father), Shizu Nagai [also listed as Shizo Nagai] (wife; nee Shizu Hikida or Shizo Hikida), Emiko Nagai (daughter), Tomoyuki Nagai [also listed as Thomas Tomeyuki Nagai or Thomas Toneyuki Nagai] (son), and Kaoru Nagai (daughter). His home address is listed as 109 10th Avenue, New Westminster, BC. He was forcibly uprooted to Kaslo, BC and Lake Louise, AB.


Regularized NameSusumu Nagai
Custodian Identification Number7879
NationalityCanadian born
ResidenceKaslo, BC
ResidenceLake Louise, AB


Custodian Case Files (1)


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