Isao Naka

Isao Naka

Naka was born on 14 August 1919. He was a millhand employed by M.R. Pulp Paper Company [possibly M.K. Pulp Paper Company]. His family includes Ishii Uno (mother) and Tomejiro Naka (father). He lived at Woodfibre, BC and 191 Main Street, Vancouver, BC (owned by his parents); the RCMP sheet indicates that he was interned but his file does not specify a place. No seized property is listed in file.

Metadata

ForenameIsao
SurnameNaka
Regularized NameIsao Naka
Custodian Identification Number1208_xi
NationalityUnknown

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Custodian Case Files (1)

Terminology

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