Naokichi Nishihama

Naokichi Nishihama

He was born on 30 August 1899. He was a fish packer employed by Canadian Fishing Company. His family includes Turu Nishihama (mother), Mino Nishihama (father), Tomi Nishihama [also listed as Tami Nishihama] (wife; nee Tomi Kondo or Tami Kondo), Kuniye Nishihama (daughter), Naoharu Nishihama (son), Hiroko Nishihama (daughter), Keiko Nishihama (daughter), Isako Nishihama (daughter). His home address is listed as Gulf of Georgia Cannery. He was forcibly uprooted to boston Flats Farm, Ashcroft, BC and was exiled to Japan on 17 June 1946.

Metadata

ForenameNaokichi
SurnameNishihama
Regularized NameNaokichi Nishihama
Custodian Identification Number1127
NationalityNaturalized Canadian
ResidenceAshcroft, BC
LabelExiled to Japan

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Custodian Case Files (1)

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