Mamoru Uyede

Mamoru Uyede

He was born on 04 October 1924. He was a whaling station labourer employed by Whaling Corporation, 303 Bay Street, Victoria, BC. His family includes Hatsu Uyede (mother; nee Hatsu Nakagawa), Kunizo Uyede (father) and George Yoshio Uyede (brother). His home address is listed as 929 Caledonia Avenue, Victoria, BC. He was forcibly uprooted to Leaverleigh Farms, Port Credit, ON and 81 Bold Street, Hamilton, ON.

Metadata

ForenameMamoru
SurnameUyede
Regularized NameMamoru Uyede
Custodian Identification Number857
NationalityCanadian born
ResidencePort Credit, ON
ResidenceHamilton, ON

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