Sally Smith

Sally Smith

She was born on 22 July 1917. She is also listed in the file as Sally Toshi Smith. Her maiden name is Sally Toshi Kuwata. She was a housewife. Her family includes Kinu Kuwata (mother; nee Kinu Yoneda), Tokusaburo Kuwata (father), and Wallace Smith (husband). Her home address is listed as 152 Cadillac Avenue, Victoria, BC. 2627 Victor Street, Victoria, BC is listed as a former address. She was not forcibly uprooted, and remained living at 1707 Albert Avenue, Victoria, BC.

Metadata

ForenameSally
SurnameSmith
Regularized NameSally Smith
Custodian Identification Number807
NationalityCanadian born

Collections

Custodian Case Files (1)

Shared Surnames

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Ivan Smith
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Edward R. Smith
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Edward Smith
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Edward W Smith
Ellen Smith
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Elsa (Elsie) Smith
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F. Randy Smith
Florence AudreY Smith
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Frank SMith
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Frank T Smith
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G Smith
George B. Smith
George Geager Smith
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George James Meinhardt Smith
George Smith
George Smith
George Smith
George Smith
George Smith
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Gerald Allan Smith
Glenn Smith
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H H Smith
H H Smith
H H Smith
H Smith
H Smith
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Harry Smith
Harry Smith
Harvey J Smith
Henry James Smith
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Herbert Marshall Nonus Smith
Herbert Smith
Howard Smith
Howie Smith
I.W. Smith
Ida Smith
Irene Smith
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Isaac Smith
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Ivon Smith
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James A Smith
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Jill Smith
John Ellwood Smith
John L Smith
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Joseph E Smith
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Joseph E Smith
Katherine M Smith
Katherine W Smith
Keith Cornock Smith
Ken RR Smith
L Smith
Lawrence Smith
Lawrence Smith
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Leonard Smith
Lillian Beatrice Smith
Lillian Beatrice Smith
Lorna Smith
Lorna Smith
M Smith
M Smith
M Smith
M Smith
M Smith
Mackie Smith
Marcus William Smith
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Margaret Smith
Marwyn M Smith
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May Bowyer Smith
May Smith
Melvin H. Smith
Nelson Smith
P H Smith
Patrick Smith
Peter P Smith
R Arthur Smith
R Smith
R Smith
Richard Milton Smith
Robert Smith
Roger Lewis Smith
S T Smith
Sally Smith
Samuel L. Smith
Samuel L. Smith
Samuel S. Smith
Samuel Smith
Sidney AlexandeR Smith
Sidney Alexander Smith
Sidney Alexander Smith
Sidney Smith
Sidney Smith
Sidney Smith
Stan Smith
Susan Beth Smith
Susan Smith
Syd Smith
Sydney Smith
Sydney Smith
Thomas David Smith
Thomas David Smith
Thomas Smith
Thomas Smith
Thomas Smith
Thomas Smith
Thomas Smith
Tom Smith
W Smith
Waldemar Smith
Waldemar Smith
Wallace Smith
Walter Smith
Walter Smith
Walter Smith
William D Smith
William H. F. Smith
William Hedley Marshall Smith
William S. Smith
William S. Smith
William Smith
William Smith
William Smith
William Smith
William Smith
William Smith

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