Genealogical Record: Yaeko Shiono

Self Parents Grandparents GGParents GGGParents
Yaeko Shiono

*1912? JPN
+1979 05 04 Saitama JPN

塩野八重子

Died of liver cancer, aged 67.

10010

Ushinosuke Shiono

+1924 09 18

Innkeeper north of Tokyo

塩野丑之助

According to TH 10014, he was the eldest son of a farmer, but decided to go into the ivory trade, and had a shop immediately west of Kaminari-mon in Asakusa, Tokyo, JPN, where as of 2016 she said there is currently a drugstore (at 1-3-2 Asakusa? - does not appear to be a drugstore). She did not know what happened to the second son of the farmer. The third son continued the family tradition, and had a son that was known in the late 20th century as Nerima No Ojiichan, still a farmer (with two sons: Seinosuke and ?), but wealthy due to repeatedly selling his farmland as the city encroached.

12347 <19:4

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Kiku Kawanago

+1963 07 17

Of noble descent, family crest was go-san-no-kiri (Paulownia leaf with flowers), according to HHC 10002.

12348 <19:4

Zenkichi

+1945 07 17

Might have died on 19th. Was adopted by in-laws.

12349 <24:5

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Riki Kawanago

+1936 02 08

12350 <24:5

Tatsugorō Kawanago
-1896 05 05
12351
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Rite
-1915 04 09
12352
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SpouseChildrenChildren-in-LawGrandchildren
Eijiro Shimizu

*1901 01 12
+1957 11 18

清水榮次郎

Served as an orderly in the Japanese infantry in Manchuria. Later worked for Mitsui Sempan KK. Died of diabetes and tuberculosis.

Adopted TS 19825.

Grave at Ryouzenji, 1-13-22 Shiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo JPN 105-0014

11569


m. 1933 06 01 JPN
div. 1937 07 30 JPN
Hisae Hagiwara
Japanese language instructor at York University and elsewhere

*1933 11 10 Asakusa, Tokyo JPN
+2020 02 27 09:15 Vermont Square Nursing Home, Room 716, 914 Bathurst St., Toronto, ON, CAN

萩原久榮

Name at birth was Hisae Shimizu, but was adopted by stepfather as a child.

10002

John James (Jack) Chew

1923-25: Philadelphia, PA, USA
1925-27: Charleston, SC, USA
1927-29: Samoa
1929-32: Philadelphia
1932-35: Canal Zone
1935-38: San Diego, CA, USA
1938-42: (-1940 at 68 85th St, 1940- in Quarters M, Navy Yard) Brooklyn, NY, USA
1942-43: Washington, DC, USA
1943-44: New York, NY, USA
1944-47: U.S. Army in Missouri, Philippines, Japan, Germany, rose from Pvt. to M/Sgt.
1947-48: New York
1948: Zürich, CHE
1949-50: New York
1950-51: Lund, SWE
1951-55: Yale University, New Haven, CT, USA
1955-63: State Department, serving in Washington and Tokyo, with a year in 1960-61 on leave in Wakefield, RI, USA
1963-66: SUNY Buffalo, NY, USA
1966-date: Department of Anthropology, U of Toronto, ON, CAN

10003 <16942:84


m. 1962 06 25 Tokyo JPN
John James Chew

10001 >2:1

Edward Kenneth (Ted) Chew

10007 >2:1

Hirokichi Hagiwara

Trained as an artist, worked as an inventor, invented and marketed the ribbon that goes under cellophane to tear it open, and the spring-loaded cigarette case; businesses ruined by WWII. After the war, had an exclusive contract supplying zori to a major department store (Mitsukoshi?).

12353

Nobuko Hagiwara
Dress designer, chef.

萩原信子

10018

Tomoko Hagiwara

萩原友子

10012

Kimiko Hagiwara

萩原公子

10020

Hokao Morishita

10013


m. JPN
Tarō Morishita

10019

Katsuji Morishita

10015 >2:1

Toshiko Hagiwara

萩原とし子

10014

Kōichirō Hirai

10011


m. JPN
Keiko Hirai

10016

Takako Hirai

10038

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