Kanzo Ueda

Kanzo Ueda

He was born on 27 November 1886. He was a whaler and a sawmill worker. His family includes Tomi Ueda (mother; nee Tomi Kasuda), Zenzaburo Ueda (father), and Tomeki Ueda (wife; nee Tomeki Katayama; in Japan). His home address is listed as 631 Chatham Street, Victoria, BC. He was forcibly uprooted to Red Buck Camp, Princeton, BC.


Regularized NameKanzo Ueda
Custodian Identification Number1695
NationalityJapanese national
Residence (after uprooting)Princeton, BC
Residence (before uprooting)Victoria


Custodian Case Files (1)


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