Shinchiro Tanouye

Shinchiro Tanouye

He was born on 20 August 1908. His name is also listed as Shinchiro James Tanouye. He was a service station operator. His family includes Tomiko Tanouye (mother; nee Tomiko Uyemura), Komezo Tanouye (father), Ethel Catherine Moser [possibly also Ethel Catherine Tanouye] (wife), James Tanouye [also listed as James Seichi Tanouye] (son), Gerald Tanouye [also listed as Gerald Akira Tanouye] (son), and Judith Tanouye [also listed as Judith Tomiko Tanouye] (daughter). He lived at 1627 Ottawa Street, Regina, SK.


Regularized NameShinchiro Tanouye
Custodian Identification Number14490
NationalityCanadian born


Custodian Case Files (1)


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