Teo Chin Chye

Teo Chin Chye
張振財




民國十五年九月初八日終
SON
龍 TEO LEONG
DAUGHTERS
李娘 TEO LEE NEO
本娘 TEO POON NEO
舌娘 TEO CHIK NEO

IN LOVING MEMORY 
OF 
TEO CHIN CHYE
DIED ON 14TH OCT 1926

Death 
The Straits Times , 18 October 1926



Son 
Teo Chin Leong
Three daughters and three sons in law 
Ong Song Quee
Low Cheng Swee
Tan Teck Hee 



Teo Chin Chye picture courtesy of descendants 

DEATHS.

Malaya Tribune, 26 March 1931, Page 8




Lee Leok Neo, mother of the late Mr Lim Kim Poh 

Mrs Teo Chin Chye nee Lim Tit Neo 


Page 6 Advertisements Column 1

The Straits Times, 1 October 1951, Page 6




Low Choon Lim , son of the late Low Cheng Swee and Madam Teo Poon Neo married Daisy Tan Mui Siang , daughter of the late Tan Yew Yiang and Lim Siew Keow 


楊炳煌与黃明娘

楊炳煌与黃明娘



民囯三五年丙戍正月十四日
民囯五五年丙午十月初五日

15 Feb 1955

Wee Beng Neo 
16 Nov 1966
Blk 2E plot no 47 
73 years old 

Tan Yan Ghuan

Tan Yan Ghuan of 23 South Canal Road, a 1328 sq ft property previously owned by Tan Kim Ching and Tan Boo Liat.


Lee Chiap Boon  was the executor of Tan Yan Ghuan’s estate.  See Chia Bok Neo's tomb

The Directory & Chronicle for China, Japan, Corea, Indo-China, Straits Settlements 1904

International Banking Corporation Clerk - Tan Yan Ghuan



Page 4 Advertisements Column 1
The Singapore Free Press and Mercantile Advertiser, 26 September 1923, Page 4

Mrs Tan Cheng Tit nee Chee Chui Goh

Mrs Tan Cheng Tit nee Chee Chui Goh 



Tan Cheng Tit was son of Tan Keong Siak

Chee Sui Ngoh was daughter of Chee Lim Bong 徐霖夢

Gan Khek Keng and See Chye Geok

Gan Khek Keng and Mary See Chye Geok
顏克敬
薛彩玉


Gan Khek Kheng 

海澄三都
顯考克敬顏公墓


Wife  - Mary See Chye Geok




海澄三都
民國十二年癸亥嵗十二月初一日仙逝 (should be 廿九日 if died on 5th Jan 1924)
妣彩玉號慈禧顏母薛氏莹
孝男紹焜立石
Gan Cheow How 

The Singapore Free Press and Mercantile Advertiser (Weekly), 30 November 1922, Page 1



LOCAL CHINESE WEDDING.

The Singapore Free Press and Mercantile Advertiser (Weekly), 7 December 1922, Page 9



DOMESTIC OCCURRENCES.

Malaya Tribune., 7 January 1924, Page 6






Domestic occurrences
Malaya Tribune , 7 Jan 1924 Pg 6

Birth

On 5 January at 4.30 am at No 26 Oxley Road to Mr and Mrs Gan Khek Keng a son, named Gan Cheow How, doing well

Death

At 12.30 pm on January 5th at 26 Oxley Road from eclampsia, Mary See Chye Geok aged 20 years, beloved wife of Gan Khek Keng, and eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs See Teong Wah, J.P. M.C . Deeply regretted, Straits, F.M.S Java and China papers please copy. The funeral will take place on SUnday, January 14, at 10 am to the Municipal Chinese Burial  ground at Bukit Brown

The Late Mrs. Gan Khek Keng.

The Straits Times, 15 January 1924, Page 11



SOCIETY AMD PERSONAN

Malaya Tribune., 1 April 1926, Page 6



Gan Khek Keng married Helen See, Sister of Mary See after Mary See died.

Page 15 Advertisements Column 1

The Singapore Free Press, 23 January 1954, Page 15



Philip Gan, youngest son of Gan Khek Kheng married Rita Koh, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Koh Yew Keng 


Joseph Chan Teck Hee

Joseph Chan Teck Hee 








Chee Jit Seng

Chee Jit Seng 





Wife - Chan Chye Neo









DOMESTIC OCCURRENCES.

Malaya Tribune, 5 September 1930, Page 8



Sons 

Chee Beow Guan

Chee Beow Hock

Chee Beow Ann

Daughter 

Chee Pow Neo (Mrs TEO Cheng Quee)

Note : Chee Jit Seng was the grandson of Chee Kim Sam. He took over his grandfather position in Keng Teck Whay.
In a 1909 court case of TEO Cheng Hee vs father in law Wee Kay Siang , he was described as a cashier for Wee Kay Siang 


Chee Koon Chiang

Chee Koon Chiang 



Wife : Lee Ai 
Son:  Chee Eng Seah

The Final Prayers

Malaya Tribune, 11 August 1949, Page 3





ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

The Straits Times, 12 August 1949, Page 4



Mdm Lee Lai was wife of Chee Koon Chiang. 

Address  of Fook Sow Ee Yuen is at 35 Sago Lane 



Chop Fook Sow Ee Yuen is 福壽醫院

18 广告 专栏 2

南洋商报, 7 April 1936, Page 18



Note of thanks published in Nanyang Siang Pao on 7 Apr 1936 to Dr Cheong Chee Hai who was asked by 福壽醫院 Chop Fook Sow Ee Yuen to treat the baby who just turned 1 month old 


Later this hospital became 福壽養病所 something like a hospice where the dying spent their last days and finally an undertaker 福壽殯儀館



National Archives picture PCD0214 - 089 dated 1951

4 广告 专栏 1

南洋商报, 2 July 1955, Page 4



Chee Eng Seah mentioned in the notice was the son of Chee Koon Chiang and Lee Lai 

6 广告 专栏 2

南洋商报, 1 July 1955, Page 6





4 广告 专栏 2

南洋商报, 12 December 1948, Page 4

Kwok Mun Sick Receiving House is at 25 and 27 Sago Lane 



南洋商报, 3 March 1969, Page 7



Tong Fook Sow is at 28 Sago Lane 




Chee Bee Cheng and Ong Oon Neo

Chee Bee Cheng


Pic taken from Bukitbrown.info

Mourners
Sons : Chee Beng Chiang
Chee Bian Chiang
Mourners
Daughters
Chee Chow Neo
Chee Choon Neo
Chee Hood Neo

BANKRUPTCY COURT.
Malaya Tribune, 22 November 1930, Page 10


DEATHS.
Malaya Tribune, 19 May 1938, Page 10

Mr Chee Bee Cheng passed away peacefully on May 18, 1938 at his residence No 208, Pasir Panjang, at the age of 53, leaving behind his wife, two sons and four daughters to mourn his loss. Funeral will take place on May 20 1938 at Bukit Brown Cemetery. Malacca papers please copy


Page 2 Advertisements Column 4
Syonan Shimbun, 31 July 1943, Page 2


Note : Chee Bee Cheng is a son of Chee Quee Bong

Chee Quee Bong and Chew Kiat Neo

 Chee Quee Bong and Chew Kiat Neo 





官岱
皇淸顕考諡仁厚徐府君之墓





官岱
華民國弍年癸丑八月初七日 
Date on tomb 1913 Sep 7 

民國顕妣諱吉娘徐媽周氏墓


孝男
𢰦清  Chee Toon Cheng
清  Chee Gim Cheng
清  Chee Bee Cheng
清  Chee Bok Cheng
清  Chee Kiong Cheng 
清 Chee Soon Cheng (Chee Peck Leong)
延枝
懷枝 Chee Wye Kee married to Tan Wi Tan 
瑄枝
玉枝 Chee Geok Kee 
裕振 Chee Joo Chiang
振  Chee Hock Chiang
振  Chee Leong Chiang
荣振 Chee Eng Chiang
振 Chee Seng Chiang

Mrs Chee Quee Bong nee Yeo Choon Neo
徐門楊春娘
  





In Loving Memory of
Madame Yeo Choon Neo
31st March 1932 

民囯廿一年二月廿五日
孝男
恭清 Chee Kiong Cheng 
順凊 Chee Soon Cheng 
廟安 Chee Beow Ann 
水漳 Chee Chwee Chiang 
孫女
銀娘 Chee Gin Neo 

Chee Quee Bong is a big land owner as well as manager of the Opium Farm Chop Sin Chin Ho Bee, based in Singapore addres 80 to 83 Cecil Street (1906). His partners include Khaw Joo Chee, Khoo Hun Yeang, Cheah Teow Eang, Tan Kheam Hock, J W Cashin

Chee Swee Cheng partnered with Chee Quee Bong, together with J W Cashin, Khoo Han Yean and Cheah Teow Eang to launch out enterprise after enterprise in British North Borneo and Labuan.

The Opium Farm Reorganished. Sept 26.
The Singapore Free Press and Mercantile Advertiser (Weekly), 29 September 1904, Page 194





THE SULTANS HOME-COMING.
The Straits Times, 20 April 1905, Page 4



Partners of the Opium and Spirit Farm of Johore 1906 
Khaw Joo Choe
Chee Quee Bong
Cheah Teow Eang 
Tan Kheam Hock
Lim Ah Seang 
Chee Guan Chee

The Directory & Chronicle of China, Japan, Straits Settlements, Malaya ... for the year 1906


Chop Sin Chin Ho Bee, 80 to 83 Cecil Street

Page 3 Advertisements Column 2
The Singapore Free Press and Mercantile Advertiser, 17 September 1918, Page 3


Page 14 Advertisements Column 5
The Straits Times, 17 January 1920, Page 14



PIONEER WORK IN B.N.B. and Labuan of Mr. Chee Swee Cheng
The Singapore Free Press and Mercantile Advertiser, 14 June 1935, Page 11





Chee Quee Bong’s son Chee Bee Cheng is also buried in Bukit Brown