Yasuichiro Noda

Yasuichiro Noda

Noda was born on 05 May 1890. He changed his last name from Nakai (Yasuichiro Nakai) to Noda. He was a fish collector for Cassiar Canning Company Limited, Skeena River, BC. His family includes Yoshi Noda (mother; nee Yoshi Yamaba; deceased at time of file), Toyokichi Nakai (father; deceased at time of file), Kikuno Noda (wife; nee Kikuno Nishi), Hitomi Noda (daughter; born on 06 January 1926), Atsuko Noda (daughter; born on 29 September 1930), Kazue Noda (daughter), and Yoko Noda (daughter; born on 10 August 1933). He lived at 362 Alexander Street, Vancouver, BC and was forcibly uprooted to Bridge River, BC, Minto Mine, BC, and then Toronto, ON. His listed seized property includes: 320 Alexander Street, Vancouver, BC; boat “Rose N” and boat “Y.N.”; fishing equipment; folding camera; household belongings.


Regularized NameYasuichiro Noda
Custodian Identification Number1205
NationalityNaturalized Canadian
Residence (after uprooting)Bridge River, BC
Residence (after uprooting)Minto Mine, BC
Residence (after uprooting)Toronto, ON
Residence (before uprooting)Vancouver


Custodian Case Files (1)


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