Kikujiro Tomimitsu

Kikujiro Tomimitsu

He was born on 15 June 1896. He was a houseman. His family includes Chiyoko Tomimitsu (mother), Tomiji Tomimitsu (father), Yvette Beudly [possibly also Yvette Tomimitsu] (wife), and Patsy Tomimitsu (daughter). 59 McCoul Street, Toronto, ON is listed as a former address. He lived at Ancaster, ON.


Regularized NameKikujiro Tomimitsu
Custodian Identification Number14470
NationalityNaturalized Canadian


Custodian Case Files (1)


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