Cemetery plot location: A-02-12
|Identification number:||PWJA 110004|
|Plate name:||INO, HARUYOSHI||AKA (Also Known As):||OKIMOTO|
|Name in kanji:||伊野 治義|
|Date of birth:||1922-09-28|
|Place of birth:||Kochi-ken, Japan|
Kurusuno Mihara-mura, Hata-gun, Kochi-ken, Japan
|Military rank:||Steward, Merchant Navy|
|Unit regimental number:||Myoken Maru|
|Date of capture:||1942-03-02|
|Place of capture:||Darwin|
|Reason for internment:||Enemy alien|
|Health condition on arrival:||Not recorded|
|Trade or occupation:||Steward|
|Length of residence in Australia:||Not recorded|
|Date of entry:||Not recorded|
|Port of disembarkation:||Not recorded|
|Next of kin:||Asaji INO|
|Address of next of kin:||Kurusuno Mihara-mura, Hata-gun, Kochi-ken, Japan|
|Relationship to next of kin:||Father|
|Father’s name:||Asaji INO|
|Mother’s maiden name:||Suga TAKAHASHI|
|Identification:||Height 5'4", weight 8 stones 4 lbs, dark complexion, black hair, brown eyes|
INO was initially interned in Hay on 6 June 1942. He was transferred to Cowra on 9 January 1943 from Hay. He died in the breakout.
|Cause of death:||Gun shot wound to neck|
|Date of death:||1944-08-05|
|Cremation or burial:||Burial|
|Date of burial:||1944-08-07|
|Place of first burial:||Cowra|
INO was a Naval steward, whose plane crashed into the sea. He was captured with four other crew members, but they claimed they were in the Merchant Navy.
The real family name of Haruyoshi INO was OKIMOTO, but his real first name was not clear.
INO’s father was from Kurusuno, Mihara-mura and his mother, Suga, was from Yunoki, Mihara-mura.