Lim Kwee Eng and Cheang Cheow Lian Neo

Lim Kwee Eng (Lim Quee Eng)  and Cheang Cheow Lian Neo 
林癸榮與章招蓮娘







鷺江
民國癸亥小春 1923 
顕考諱癸榮字竹齋林公壽域
子傑 Lim Choo Kiat 
子誠 Lim Choo Seng 
立石

民國十二年吉
顕妣招蓮林母章夫人之佳城
子傑
子誠
立石

DEATH

Malaya Tribune, 19 April 1928, Page 8




Lim Kwee Eng alias Lim Tiok Chye 

9 Mohamed Sultan Road 

Lim Choo Kiat 

Lim Choo Kong

Lim Choo Seng 


Sons in law 
Chew Eng Bor 
Wee Peow Yong
Wee Beow Chwee 
Cheang Thiam Leong 

南洋商报, 23 April 1928, Page 5






DEATH

The Straits Times, 13 June 1934, Page 10





Lim Choo Puan 
Lim Choo Kiat 
Lim Choo Seng 
3 Daughters in law 
4 daughters 
Sons in law 
Wee Peow Yong
Wee Beow Chwee 
Cheang Thiam Leong 

Both Wee Peow Yong and Wee Beow Chwee were brothers and sons of Wee Chong Beng 



Lim Kwee Eng
Cheang Cheow Lian Neo 
70th year in 1934 (ie born 1864) 
Buried at Sin Heng San Teng Burial Ground 

Cheang Cheow Lean Neo was the executor of Cheang Hong Lim estate 

Page 3 Advertisements Column 5

The Straits Times, 5 May 1893, Page 3




THE RIGHTS OF EXECUTORS.

The Singapore Free Press and Mercantile Advertiser (Weekly), 9 March 1899, Page 9






Page 4 Advertisements Column 3

The Straits Times, 16 August 1934, Page 4




Twentieth century impressions of British Malaya: its history, people, commerce, industries, and resources Pg 635 

Mr. Lim Kwee Eng, J.P 

One of the promoters of the Chinese Chamber of Commerce at Singapore was Mr. Lim Kwee Eng, who is still a prominent member. The son of Mr. Lim Boon Heng, a respectable merchant of Amoy, he received his education and business training in his native place. Migrating to Singapore in 1876, he became a partner in the opium and spirit farm. Inheriting a considerable fortune, he also went into business as a pineapple preserver under the " chop " of Choo Lam & Co., but during the last few years he has lived in retirement. Nevertheless he has taken a great interest in public affairs, and he is generally respected. He has a family of three sons and six daughters. 

The eldest son, Mr. Lim Choo Puan, who died a few years ago, was, like the whole of the family, well educated in English, and showed great ability. Mr. Lim Choo Kiat, the second son, has just concluded his education. He studied at a college in Foochow and Amoy, and has travelled extensively in China and the Malay MRS. LIM BOON HENG. (Mother of Lim Kwee Eng.) States. He will shortly take over the management of his father's property in Singapore. It is interesting to note that the mother of the subject of this sketch, now eighty-six years of age, is still vigorous. Mr. Lim Kwee Eng is a son-in-law of the late Mr. Cheang Hong Lim, one of Singapore's merchant millionaires, referred to elsewhere in this volume

NB : Lim Choo Puan died few years ago before 1908