Frederick Yoshy

Frederick Yoshy

He was born on 30 March 1876. His name is also written as Frederick Saburo Yoshi, Frederick Saburo Yoshy, Frederic Saburo Yoshy, Frederic Saburo Yoshi, and Saburo Fred Yoshy. His birth name is Saburo Yoshiye, but he changed it to Frederick Yoshy or Frederick Yoshi. He was retired at the time of the file, but he was previously a Commission Agent and sometimes worked as an interpreter. His family includes Tetsu Yoshiye [possibly Tetsu Yoshy or Tetsu Yoshi] (mother; nee Tetsu Yoshiye, Tetsu Yoshy or Tetsu Yoshi), Naruyoshi Yoshiye [possibly Naruyoshi Yoshy or Naruyoshi Yoshi] (father), Kimi Yoshy [possibly Kimi Yoshi] (wife; nee Kimi Inbe), William Yoshy [possibly William Yoshi] (son), Richard Shiro Inbe (son), Henry Yoshy [also listed as Henry Yasuo Inbe Yoshy] (son), and Lillian Inbe [also listed as Lillian Teruko Inbe (daughter). His home address is listed as 570 West 7th Avenue, Vancouver, BC. He was forcibly uprooted to Sandon, BC and Montreal, QC.

Metadata

ForenameFrederick
SurnameYoshy
Regularized NameFrederick Yoshy
Custodian Identification Number2089
NationalityNaturalized Canadian
ResidenceSandon, BC
ResidenceMontreal, QC

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Custodian Case Files (1)

Terminology

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