Masanari Yokoyama

Masanari Yokoyama

He was born on 28 November 1891. He is also listed as Masanari Yokayama. He was a self-employed farmer. His family includes Tomae Yokoyama [also listed as Tamae Yokoyama, possibly Tomae Yokayama or Tamae Yokayama] (wife), Miyoko Yokoyama [also listed as Miyoki Yokoyama, possibly Miyoko Yokayama or Miyoki Yokayama] (child), Ichiro Yokoyama [possibly Ichiro Yokayama] (son), Susumu Yokoyama [possibly Susumu Yokayama] (son), Kenjiro Yokoyama [possibly Kenjiro Yokayama] (son), and Tesuko Yokoyama [possibly Tesuko Yokayama] (daughter). His home address is listed as 1023 Coughlan Road, Rural Route, No. 1, Coughlan, BC. He was forcibly uprooted to Sandon, BC, New Denver, BC, and Rosebery, BC.


Regularized NameMasanari Yokoyama
Custodian Identification Number3969
NationalityJapanese national
ResidenceSandon, BC
ResidenceNew Denver, BC
ResidenceRosebery, BC


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