Tsunekichi Sugiyama

Tsunekichi Sugiyama

He was born on 28 March 1886. He is also listed as Tsunekichi Suguyama. He was a self-employed worker in the transfer business. His family includes Mine Sugiyama [possibly Mine Suguyama] (mother; nee Mine Watanabe), Hehichi Sugiyama [possibly Hehichi Suguyama] (father), Yasu Sugiyama [possibly Yasu Suguyama] (wife; nee Yasu Yamamoto), Yokio Sugiyama [possibly Yukio Sugiyama, Yokio Suguyama, Yukio Suguyama, Sukio Sugiyama, or Sukio Suguyama] (son), Kiyoshi Sugiyama [possibly Kiyoshi Suguyama] (son), Isamu Sugiyama [possibly Isamu Suguyama] (son), and Ayako Sugiyama [possibly Ayako Suguyama] (child). His home address is listed as 418 Alexander Street, Vancouver, BC. He was forcibly uprooted to Barnhartvale, BC.


Regularized NameTsunekichi Sugiyama
Custodian Identification Number4140
NationalityNaturalized Canadian
ResidenceBarnhartvale, BC


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