Jutaro Tanouye

Jutaro Tanouye

He was born on 9 January 1882. He was a boom man employed by Victoria Lumber Company. His family includes Sohachi Tanouye (father), Tei Tanouye (mother), Itsu Tanouye (wife; nee Itsu Akutagawa), Fumiko Tanouye (daughter), Haruko Tanouye (daughter), Mitsuo Tanouye (son), Toshio Tanouye (son), Shizuko Tanouye (daughter), Suzuko Tanouye (daughter), and Tatsuo Tanouye (son). He lived in Chemanius, BC. He was forcibly uprooted to Tashme, BC.

Metadata

ForenameJutaro
SurnameTanouye
Regularized NameJutaro Tanouye
Custodian Identification Number11578
NationalityJapanese national
ResidenceTashme, BC

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