Hitsuji Seki

Hitsuji Seki

He was born on 25 January 1895. He was a farmer and mill worker employed by Hammond Cedar Company, Hammond, BC. His family includes Miji Seki (mother; nee Miji Imasaka), Shumpei Seki (father), Suye Seki [also listed in the file as Osuye Seki and Sue Seki] (wife; nee Suye Tanaka [or Osuye Tanaka or Sue Tanaka]), Meiko Seki (daughter), Tamiko Seki (daughter), Takayuki Seki (son), Jiro Seki (son), and Saburo Seki (son). His home address is listed as Port Hammond, BC. He was forcibly uprooted to Tashme, BC.


Regularized NameHitsuji Seki
Custodian Identification Number7273
NationalityJapanese national
Residence (after uprooting)Tashme, BC
Residence (before uprooting)Port Hammond


Custodian Case Files (1)


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