Daigoro Toyota

Daigoro Toyota

He was born on 24 December 1891. He was a sawmill hand employed by Mayo Lumber Company, Paldi, BC. His family includes Hama Toyota (mother; nee Hama Asada; in Japan), Takejiro Toyota (father), Hanayo Toyota (wife; nee Hanayo Obuchi), Kazue Toyota (daughter), Tomiye Takarabe (daughter; nee Tomiye Toyota), Fujiye Toyota (daughter), Kimiye Toyota (daughter), Yukie Toyota (daughter), Michio Toyota (son), Takeo Toyota (son), Dorris Toyota [also listed as Sumiye Toyota] (daughter), Phyllis Toyota [also listed as Mitsuye Toyota] (daughter), and Douglas Toyota [also listed as Noburo Toyota] (son). His home address is listed as Paldi, BC. He was forcibly uprooted to Slocan, BC.


Regularized NameDaigoro Toyota
Custodian Identification Number8594
NationalityJapanese national
Residence (after uprooting)Slocan, BC
Residence (before uprooting)Paldi


Custodian Case Files (1)


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