George S Shingu - WWII Relocation Record

About This Data Record
Oct 26, 2014 - This internee or POW record page for George S Shingu is just one of 103,014 for Japanese Americans evacuated from the states of Washington, Oregon, and California to ten relocation centers operated by the War Relocation Authority during World War II. Sources of our data are government and public collections and files. We have chosen to display most of the historical information that has been de-classified or otherwise released to the public.
+ Personnel File Core Info:
Name
George S Shingu
Birth Year
1927
Birth PLace
Pacific States - California
Project
Gila River ( Pima, Sacaton )
Assembly Center
Turlook
City
Stockton, California
State Region
Pacific States - California
From County
San Joaquin County ( population 25,000 - 999,999 )
Language
Japanese & English Speak, Write, Read
Alien Reg. Number
Has Neither A.R. nor S.S. Number and Has Not Attended Japanese Language School
Birth Place Father
Japan
Birth Place Mother
Japan
Father's Occ. in U.S.
Farm Operators & Managers
Father's Occ. Abroad
Unknown
Years School Japan
None
Education
No Degree
Highest Grade
High School 1 in U.S.
Time in Japan
None
Times in Japan
None - Attending School
Age in Japan
Never in Japan
Military Service
Unknown
Gender/Marriage
Male Single
Race/Spouse
Individual - Japanese ; No Spouse
File Number
306436 21091
Summary
Abstract for George Shingu - Brief overview of relocation incident file
NAME
DOB/STATUS
1902 / F - Married
1938 / F - Single
1930 / F - Single
1925 / F - Single
1927 / M - Single
1935 / F - Single
1924 / M - Single
1937 / M - Single
1933 / F - Single
1932 / F - Single

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