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Joe J Hayashi, SGT MP (1920 - 1945)

Joe J. Hayashi (August 14, 1920 – April 22, 1945) was a United States Army soldier and a recipient of the United States military's highest decoration—the Medal of Honor—for his actions in World War II....

Shizuya // 林静也 Hayashi, PVT MP (1917 - 2008)

Shizuya Hayashi (Japanese: 林静也, November 28, 1917–March 12, 2008) was a soldier in the 100th Infantry Battalion of the United States Army who received the Medal of Honor for actions in Cerasuolo, Italy...

? Travers (Hayashi) (deceased)

Aiko Hayashi (deceased)

Akio Hayashi (deceased)

林 彰 (1926 - 1926)

Albert Hayashi (deceased)

Alice Fusae Hayashi (Arakaki) (1919 - 2014)

Alice Kanoa Saburo Hayashi (deceased)

Amy Hayashi (Kikuchi) (deceased)

Annie Maikai Miller-Hayashi (deceased)

Asao Hayashi (1893 - d.)

source: Index to Passengers Arriving at Honolulu, Hawaii, 1900-1952. arrived Honolulu 5 Nov 1917 on the Siberia Maru from Japan

Aya Hayashi (deceased)

Ayako Hayashi (deceased)

Beniko Shimizu (Hayashi) (deceased)

Bunkichi "Frank" Hayashi (deceased)

Charlene Jean Hayashi (Suan) (1950 - 2007)

磯谷(林)(蟹)(林)(田中)(林) (1871 - d.)

Chieka Hayashi (1898 - d.)

Chintaro Hayashi (b. - 1946)

chizuyo oguchi (hayashi) (deceased)

Chubei Hayashi (1839 - d.)

Chukichi Hayashi (1881 - 1924)

Constance Kimie Hayashi (1920 - 2009)

林(板倉) (1848 - 1918)

Denkichi Hayashi (deceased)

Eiki Hayashi (deceased)

eiko hayashi (1944 - d.)

Ekiya Hayashi (deceased)

Flavio Sadaji Hayashi (b. - 2015)

Florinda Hayashi (deceased)

Francis Senichi Hayashi (deceased)

Frederick Tetsuya Hayashi (1919 - 1989)

Fuji Hayashi (b. - 1975)

Fujie Hayashi (deceased)

Fujino Sakiyama (Hayashi) (deceased)

林 藤太郎 (1874 - 1948)

Fukusaburo Hayashi (deceased)

Fumiko Hayashi (Zaikokuji) (1914 - d.)

fumio hayashi (deceased)

Fusakechi Hayashi (b. - 1982)

Fusaye Hayashi (1921 - 2005)

Gaho Hayashi (deceased)

Genichi Hayashi (deceased)

George Hayashi-Saburo (1857 - 1914)

Gichiro Hayashi (deceased)

Gilbert Shigeo Hayashi (1925 - 1999)

Gin Shinohara (Hayashi) (1875 - d.)

Goichi Hayashi (c.1890 - d.)

source: Honolulu, Hawaii, Passenger Lists, 1900-1953, arrived Honolulu 10 May 1907 on the China Maru (departed from Japan on 21 Apr 1907)

Hachirozaemon Hayashi (deceased)

Harry Tracy Hayashi (deceased)

Harumitsu Hayashi (1929 - 2008)

Haruo Hayashi (deceased)

Hatsue Ouye (Hayashi) (1923 - 2010)

兵藤(林) (1907 - 1972)

Hideji Hayashi (deceased)

Hideki Hayashi (deceased)

Hideo Hayashi (deceased)

Hideo Hayashi (deceased)

Hidesada Hayashi (deceased)

林(西鶴田) (1907 - d.)

Hisame Hayashi (deceased)

Hoko Hayashi (deceased)

Ichiro Hayashi (deceased)

Ihei Hayashi (deceased)

Ikenami Hayashi (deceased)

Ise Hayashi (Kinjiro) (deceased)

(1911 - 1912)

Jack Tokuji Hayashi (deceased)

Jimmy Hayashi (deceased)

Jinyemon Hayashi (deceased)

Ran the Columbine Cafe in Fort Lupton, Colorado.

Jirokichi Hayashi (deceased)

Jo Hayashi (deceased)

Joan Hayashi (deceased)

John Hayashi (deceased)

Jose Hayashi (deceased)

Juichi Jim Hayashi (deceased)

Jussai Hayashi (deceased)

Juuzaemon Hayashi (deceased)

Kajiro Hayashi (1871 - d.)

Kakichi Hayashi (deceased)

Kameichiro HAYASHI (deceased)

Kanae Hayashi (deceased)

林 金俊 (deceased)

Kanosuke Hayashi (deceased)

林 藤左衛門勝周 (deceased)

Katsuichi Hayashi (deceased)

林 傳左衛門勝長 (deceased)

林 勝重 (deceased)

Katumi Ifuku (Hayashi) (1930 - 2006)

Katuso Hayashi (deceased)

Kay Hayashi (deceased)

Kazue Hayashi (deceased)

Kazuko Hayashi (Ikeda) (1886 - 1972)

Kazumichi Hayashi (deceased)

Kazumichi Hayashi (deceased)

Keijiro Hayashi (deceased)

Kiku Hayashi (deceased)

Kimiko Ichida (Hayashi) (deceased)

Kisae Ono Hayashi (deceased)