Miyoshi Sakai

Miyoshi Sakai

Sakai was born on 07 November 1913. He was a boat engineer employed by Ucluelet Fishing Company, Ucluelet, BC. His family includes Ichi Sakai (mother; nee Ichi Hashimoto; deceased at time of file), Seichi Sakai (father; in Japan), Chiyoko Sakai (wife; nee Chiyoko Oye), Kiokazu Sakai [also, Kiyokazu Sakai] (son; born on 10 November 1938), and Sumiye Sakai (daughter; born on 04 June 1941). He lived in Ucluelet, BC and Steveston, BC and was forcibly uprooted to Prairie Grove, MB. His listed seized property includes: sewing machine; household belongings; carpenter's tools.

Metadata

ForenameMiyoshi
SurnameSakai
Regularized NameMiyoshi Sakai
Custodian Identification Number1246
NationalityJapanese national
ResidencePrairie Grove, MB

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Terminology

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