Tomotaro Yoneda

Tomotaro Yoneda

He was born on 04 May 1886. He was a boat builder. His family includes Toshiko Yoneda (wife; nee Toshiko Kimura), Taro Yoneda (son), Marion Yoneda (daughter), Mary Yoneda (daughter), Kazuyo Yoneda [possibly Barbara Yoneda] (daughter; born on 20 March 1927), Shiyo Yoneda [possibly Bobby Yoneda] (son; born on 03 August 1929), and Vivian Yoneda (daughter; born on 24 October 1931). He lived at 1335 Stanley Avenue, Victoria, BC and was forcibly uprooted to Tashme, BC. His listed seized property includes carpenter’s tools.


Regularized NameTomotaro Yoneda
Custodian Identification Number1657
NationalityNaturalized Canadian
ResidenceTashme, BC


Custodian Case Files (1)


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