Suzuki, Chiyo: The daughter of Toyojiro and Takako Suzuki, born 1941.
Suzuki, Takako. B.: 1918 in California to the Wada family. She married Toyojiro in the late 1930s. Takako was a native born citizen of the United States who completed three years of high school and was fluent in English and could speak Japanese. She worked in a cannery operation before her internment.
Suzuki, Takei. B.: 1880. Father of Toyojiro. He immigrated to the US from Japan before World War I (1917) and worked in the fishing industry.
Suzuki, Yone: Mother of Toyojiro. Toyojiro wrote to his mother at an address in Japan during his internment at Fort Lincoln suggesting that Yone Suzuki never immigrated.
Wada: Mr. Wada is a fisherman and apparently the father of Takako Suzuki, making him Toyojiro’s father-in-law.
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