Teraryu Shimotakahara

Teraryu Shimotakahara

He was born on 16 December 1889. He was a dry goods merchant. His family includes Rokuroamon Shimotakahara (father), Isematsa Shimotakahara [likely Isematsu Shimotakahara] (mother), Hideko Shimotakahara [also listed as Hideka Shimotakahara] (wife), Katherine Shimotakahara [also listed as Setsu Shimotakahara] (daughter), Lillian Shimotakahara [also listed as Yuriko Shimotakahara] (daughter), Lloyd Shimotakahara [also listed as Hideo Shimotakahara] (son), Margaret Shimotakahara [also listed as Yoshiko Shimotakahara] (daughter), Hazel Shimotakahara [also listed as Akiko Shimotakahara and Tei Shimotakahara] (daughter). His home address is listed as 4055 Frances Street, Vancouver BC. He was forcibly uprooted to Montreal, Quebec.


Regularized NameTeraryu Shimotakahara
Custodian Identification Number10831


Custodian Case Files (1)


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