Cumberland Memories

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4 Responses

  1. Dr. Bonnie M. Meyer says:

    I do enjoyed reading your article. My very dearest friend Sharon Sora, daughter of Sumio and Sue sent it to me. I have had the very great honour of knowing many Soras, and enjoying many meals in their home.
    Thank you for sharing this information.

    Kindest regards,

    Bonnie Meyer
    Vancouver, B.C.

  2. Cindy Sora says:

    Thank you for writing this piece. I believe I may have read it years ago but have now bookmarked this page.
    I have tears in my eyes reading this.

    Thank you for a piece of my history…

    Your loving cousin

  3. Harry Chen says:

    Reading this article,I have got understood your feeling about your grandfather’s generation in Canada. But, in Japan, Lots of people still try to exstort the history whcich japanese government made during WW2 like comfort women who had been suffered sexually from japanese solders forcefuly. it is really sad to hear that some japanese are campaigning to remove the memorial head stone for the comfort women in Newjersy in USA.

  4. Sarah Clarke(nee Yano) says:

    Hello Mrs Yasui

    i have recently read an article you wrote about the bay farm sewing club. Mrs Yano was my grandmother and i would love to hear more about your memories and possible tell you some of mine about my grandma too.

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