Isaburo Nozaki

Isaburo Nozaki

Nozaki was born on 28 January 1885. He was a self-employed gardner. His family includes Kimi Nozaki (wife, nee Kimi Tsuchida), Mitsuo Nozaki (son), Kiyoko Maikawa (daughter; nee Kiyoko Nozaki), and Kenji Nozaki (son). His parents are listed as deceased at time of file and no names are provided. His home address is listed as 775 East Georgia Street, Vancouver, BC. It was an eight room house with a dressmaking shop in front. He was forcibly uprooted to Blue River, BC on 29 April 1942. He died at New Denver, BC on 13 August 1947. He sold most of his personal belongings under duress. His listed seized property includes a vehicle, a 1933 Ford De Luxe Tudor No. C 6.


Regularized NameIsaburo Nozaki
Custodian Identification Number1322
NationalityJapanese national
Residence (after uprooting)Blue River, BC
Residence (before uprooting)Vancouver


Custodian Case Files (1)


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