See Hood Kee 薛佛記

See Hood Kee  薛佛記



It seems there is a hidden message in this portrait of See Hood Kee (just shown on TV) done the year he died in 1847. In his court robe, the red crown crane symbolizes his first ranking Qing title, but there is one anomaly- all the court robes we seen so far had only one sun symbolizing the emperor, but See Hood Kee’s court robes has two suns!  Initially I thought this represent he has two allegiance one to China and one to Britain, (his tomb mention 皇淸 Qing and Kapitan but Kent Neo’s idea is two Suns 昍 has another meaning - 明 MING ! I agree with him after checking the Chinese dictionaries.  His eldest grandson Seet Yew Ghee buried in Lao Sua has the 天運 character as well. 


东山薛氏家谱記载: 薛佛记有六子九女:荣茂、荣樾、神庇、茂源、坤元、德元,

女儿 :喜娘、爱娘、英娘、京娘、水娘、添弟、招弟、庚娘、恩娘。

Kapitan Chan Ki Lock

Tomb in Bukit Cina 



禾浦
耀及曾公
淑惠李氏
壽域



Ancestral tablet of Kapitan Chan Ki Lock 曾其祿



旹龍飛𡻕次甲申檀樾主曾諱其禄 旦
甲申年 1704 康熙四十三年

The spirit tablet of Kapitan Chan showing he was a MING loyalist refugee (although it was Qing reign then) and the special reign year 龍飛 (literally / Dragon Fly) in Melaka Cheng Hoon Teng temple

故明
顕考避難義士伯中曾公神主
應菊
應莪
應葵
應芸
仝承重孫開祖奉祀

曾其祿(1643-1718)
曾應葵為曾其祿之子曾任甲必甲
(Ref : 曾應葵馬六甲華人甲必丹,
庄欽永, 怡和世紀 Jul - Sep 2017 Vol 32, 95 - 99 



林門方意娘

林門方意娘



夏曆乙丑年正月廿二日
民國十四年二月十四日
逝享壽八十
孝男
文明
文波

李門楊清娘

李門楊清娘



甲子年十二月初九日吉旦
孝男
朝龍
朝虎
朝麟
朝鳳
金姫娘

葉尼姑

葉尼姑



壬子年花月旦 1912
故考尼姑葉公
才慶

Tan Cheng Boo

Tan Cheng Boo 陳清武



IN MEMORIAL OF MY BELOVED 
FATHER 
TAN CHENG BOO 
辛亥年八月十八日 1911 
孝男
潧炎


陳門楊孺人

陳門楊孺人



庚子年瓜月日立 1900
清顕妣孺人節儉陳母楊氏
孝男
文泰
文永
孝女
子金

周春色

周春色


乙丑年六月初八
慶芳
慶蘭
慶祥
玉鳳
玉桂
玉香

Makam Radin Mas

Makam Radin Mas - The Mystery



1954 map of Radin Mas



Where does the Radin Mas name comes from ?

https://www.radinmaspri.moe.edu.sg/our-school/school-history

A Brief History of our School 
Do you know how Radin Mas Primary School got its name?

Princess Radin Mas Ayu was the only daughter of Lord Pengiran Agong of Java and a beautiful court dancer. After the tragic death of his wife in a fire, Pengiran left Java with his daughter for Temasek. He married the daughter of a local Temenggong and lived in an Istana at the foot of Mount Faber.

A Horse Name owned by Ungku Khalid?

Tomorrow's Handicaps.
The Singapore Free Press and Mercantile Advertiser, 12 May 1893, Page 3




Raden Mas Football Team - 1896 


THE SULTAN OF JOHORE.
The Singapore Free Press and Mercantile Advertiser (Weekly), 1 September 1896, Page 3


The residence of Ungku Khalid (Radin Mas, 348 Kampong Bahru Road)

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1899.
The Singapore Free Press and Mercantile Advertiser (Weekly), 30 November 1899, Page 5




Untitled
The Straits Times, 7 July 1900, Page 2


We regret to announce the death of Ungku Fatimah, the wife of His Highness
Ungku Khalid, which took place at her residence Telok Blangah at 10 pm last night.


FUNERAL OF UNGKU KHALID.
The Straits Times, 22 September 1900, Page 2


Page 5 Advertisements Column 2
The Straits Times, 30 May 1902, Page 5


The property of the late Unkoo Khalid
At Radin Mas No 348 Kampong Bahru

Page 1 Advertisements Column 3
The Straits Times, 21 May 1904, Page 1



Page 8 Advertisements Column 1
The Singapore Free Press and Mercantile Advertiser, 25 March 1914, Page 8


A large compound house "Radin Mas" 
No 650 Kampong Bahru Road
Apply to UNKU ISMAIL
83 Kampong Bahru Road

Page 12 Advertisements Column 3
Malaya Tribune, 6 September 1926, Page 12


6 Sep 1926 
Conversion of Radin Mas to a school 

Once a palace, now a school
The Singapore Free Press, 3 February 1951, Page 3






Singaporeana
The Straits Times, 10 February 1951, Page 6






FILMED-THE STORY OF RADEN MAS

The Straits Times, 3 July 1959, Page 8



A School, A Royal Palace


https://www.facebook.com/TanChengBock/posts/a-night-to-rememberradin-mas-primary-school90th-anniversarythe-evening-was-memor/1211661172241749/


Javanese princess buried in Singapore? (Forgotten tombs Part 3)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3WM2P1LURVE

美丽的传说与冷酷的事实 拉丁马士的故事
2019530 3:30 AM

黄金公主凄美的传说,对比王家公子收养情妇的情节,现实展示其冷酷的一面。

在上个世纪70年代以前的花柏山山脚,有个马来甘榜,它有个美丽的名字甘榜拉丁马士Kampong Radin Mas),意思是黄金公主村。可惜,在70年代初期,这个淳朴的马来甘榜在城市重建计划下,从一个丛林环抱的乡村,改建成一个高楼林立的士敏土森林,名字也改为武吉宝美(Bukit Purmei),甘榜拉丁马士的名字,从此消失在新加坡的地图中。幸好,还有几个与拉丁马士有关的名称保留下来,比如拉丁马士选区(Radin Mas Constituency)、拉丁马士小学(Radin Mas Primary School)、拉丁马士汽车天桥,让我们能从这几个幸存的名称,来追忆旧时的甘榜拉丁马士。

拍了两部马来电影

说到甘榜拉丁马士,大家就会联想到静静地躺在花柏山半山腰,被称为拉丁马士的圣墓(Keramat Radin Mas)。马来人有一个传统,就是把能出现神迹的墓,或者把一些他们目为英雄的人物,或者生前是高明的巫医(bomoh),或者是王族成员的墓,视为神圣的墓,受到人们顶礼膜拜;不时有人献上祭品、鲜花,以求好运和治病,也有人自发成为守墓人,为它终身守墓,这种墓马来人称为keramat(圣墓),相信是回教化以前,马来人原始崇拜信仰的残留。

拉丁马士圣墓埋葬着一位名叫拉丁马士(黄金公主)的贵族女子,有关这个黄金公主,当地的马来人普遍相信,流传在民间的一段凄美的传说。这段传说故事,国泰克利斯制片厂(Sharikat Cathay Keris )先后在19531959年为它拍了两部马来电影《拉丁马士》(Radin Mas),可见这个黄金公主的传说,在马来民间多么地受到追捧。

对这段美丽的传说深信不疑的马来人来说,甘榜拉丁马士的消失难免会感到遗憾或伤感,因为它不但是传说中黄金公主生活过的地方,也是她死后长眠之地,让她可以告慰的,是人们还记得她的名字,还有她那个凄美的故事。

公主救父牺牲自己

黄金公主的故事既然是传说,人们在口头相传的过程中,就会凭自己喜好创作情节,不可避免地她的故事就有好几个版本,有电影的,有歌剧的,有流传在民间的,还有一个雅谷·拉昔(Yaakub Rashid)创作的连环画脚本,1983年在《海峡时报》连载数月的版本。这里说的,是一个简略的版本。
传说在新加坡还被称为淡马锡的年代,有一位爪哇王族武艺高强,却受当君王的兄长排挤,趁他为抵御外侮出外征战时,派人把他的妻子和刚出世的女儿黄金公主杀害。最终,他的妻子被杀,女儿幸为帮佣所救,免被杀害。

这位王族回来后,目睹家人悲惨的遭遇,无心待在王宫,带着黄金公主来到淡马锡落户,隐姓埋名成为渔夫,过着平淡的生活。
公主长大后,长得花容月貌,被当地的王子看上,定下婚约,但是,这件事让王子的原配王妃产生妒意,一心想要置她于死地。一天,王妃设法把公主的老爸抓走,丢进一口枯井里,关押起来。当王子和公主举行婚礼时,遍寻不得公主的父亲当证婚人,王妃的恶行暴露。王子命人把公主的父亲从枯井里打救出来,当他被打救上来后,忽然一道飞镖向他直射而来,黄金公主为了搭救父亲,以自己的肉身挡住飞镖,舍生救了父亲。
黄金公主死后被埋葬在花柏山山腰,她的陵墓不断出现奇异的神迹,人们把这个陵墓视为圣墓,受到大家的膜拜。为了纪念她,大家就把这块她长眠之地称为甘榜拉丁马士。

圣墓显灵

围绕这个圣墓的传说不断,大概在上个世纪50年代,有报道说,一个来自于吉隆坡的盲眼老人,用了墓旁的泉水洗眼睛,眼疾竟然痊愈。这个传说传开后,吸引许多人来取水治病,一些华人也趋之若鹜,有人趁机在那儿取水装在玻璃瓶里售卖,最后市议会担心水源不洁,禁止在那儿取水,并下令填封水源,风潮才逐渐平息。

另一个传说是,这里经常会出现一只三脚老虎来守墓,老虎不但不咬人,还体带香味,尽管大家都绘声绘影,煞有介事,不过是否有人见过,只有天晓得。当然,经过这样的铺张宣传,黄金公主的陵墓作为圣墓的地位越发牢不可破。
1952年的甘榜拉丁马士。

拉丁马士教师解谜底

黄金公主的传说原型出自马来西亚柔佛的东甲(Tangkat),与东甲金山(Gunung Ledang)的仙女传说一样广为流传。
1935年,新加坡一位马来作曲家阿里·文西(Ali Munshi)曾为这两则传说,分别谱成两首充满诗意的曲子。圣墓和黄金公主的传说如何扯上关系,到底是从什么时候开始也很难说清楚,不过究其滥觞,应该在二战后,1953年国泰克利斯制片厂首次开拍《黄金公主》的电影,为它的传播推波助澜。

首先为这个陵墓解开谜底的,是一位当年在拉丁马士学校(Radin Mas School)的教员Thomas Goh,他在195133日投书《新加坡自由报》(The Singapore Free Press),说及拉丁马士学校原来是天猛公的官邸,黄金公主嫁给天猛公后住在这里,她原来是来自于爪哇的贵族,所以称为黄金公主。由于她不是回教徒,死后没葬在天猛公回教堂旁边的王家墓园(Makum),而葬在天猛公属地的花柏山半山腰。

吴的文章很简单,只是指出当年黄金公主嫁给天猛公,住在后来改为拉丁马士学校的天猛公官邸里,死后葬在花柏山山腰。不过,这也有明显的错误,比如她嫁给天猛公,但没说是哪一位天猛公,以及她在什么时候嫁给天猛公。

东姑卡立情妇

笔者根据这个线索,查考当年的英、巫文报章,以及翻阅多位甘榜拉丁马士的马来居民,包括当年村长(Penghulu)和拉丁马士回教宣教所(Surau Radin Mas)教士的口述历史,试图把这段历史图景拼砌起来。

拉丁马士原籍印尼东爪哇,后来被父亲带到加里汶岛
Karimun),嫁给一名荷兰人,并随荷籍丈夫来到新加坡。大约在1870年左右,被东姑卡立(Tengku Khalid)收养为情妇。东姑卡立是新加坡第二任天猛公依布拉欣(Temenggong Daeng Ibrahim)的次子,他的兄长就是后来被英国人立为柔佛苏丹的阿布巴卡(Maharaja Abu Bakar)。天猛公依布拉欣在1855年去世,由长子阿布巴卡继承。莱佛士在18236月离开新加坡之前,以一个新协议在直落布兰雅划出200英亩,把盘踞在新加坡河口沿岸土地的天猛公和他的随从迁移至此。花柏山山脚成为天猛公和他的武吉士人随从落户之地,因此这里被称为甘榜峇鲁(Kampong Bahru),也就是新村之意,东姑卡立的官邸即坐落在此。

东姑卡立性喜玩马、赛船、赛踏脚车和参加体育活动,是新加坡赛马公会的理事,经常参加新加坡上流社会的聚会活动。他收养多名情妇,拉丁马士是其中之一,金屋藏娇之处就是后来成为拉丁马士学校的官邸。

拉丁马士约在1885年左右去世,死后因为不是回教徒,或者只是东姑卡立的情妇的缘故,没有下葬在直落布兰雅回教堂旁的天猛公王家墓园。在拉丁马士死后,喜欢玩马的东姑卡立也把他的爱驹叫做Radin Mas,他大约在1900年左右去世。

拉丁马士成地名

根据口述历史资料,甘榜拉丁马士以前被称为武吉毛拉(Bukit Maula),后来被称为武吉宝美(Bukit Purmei)。它什么时候才开始被称为拉丁马士?我们从一则18991124日《新加坡自由报》的结婚告示可以得到一些信息:东姑卡立和翁姑法蒂吗的女儿将于下个星期日与东姑奥玛结婚,婚礼在拉丁马士,直落布兰雅举行。这个拉丁马士指的是官邸,还是地名?是不是他这所官邸已经改称拉丁马士

190262日《海峡时报》的一则拍卖家居广告,我们看到这所官邸的地址是348号,拉丁马士,甘榜峇鲁(348, Radin Mas, Kampong Bahru)。可以这么说,拉丁马士成为地名约在1900年前后。

另外,新加坡总督1926年的施政报告中提到:我们在拉丁马士购买了一所房屋,目前正在改建,将于最快的时间把它改为一所临时学校。这份施政报告登在19261111日《马来亚论坛报》(Malaya Tribune)。这所房屋就是348号拉丁马士,也就是东姑卡立生前居住的官邸,这证实前面吴文所说的,拉丁马士学校原来是官邸的说法,也说明拉丁马士这个新地名已经被官方认可。

对比冷酷的现实展示的王家公子收养情妇的情节,对于黄金公主这样凄美的传说,有时真的很不忍心戳穿它,很想让这段凄美的传说,永远和甘榜拉丁马士这个地名连接在一起,保留在大家的记忆之中。

Brief translation from the Zaobao article

Tunku Khalid Mistress

Based on this clue, the author examines the English and Malay newspapers of the year, and the Malay residents staying there in Kg Radin Mas, including the village chief (Penghulu) and the teachers of Surau Radin Mas , trying to piece together this historical picture.

Radin Mas, originally from East Java, Indonesia, was later taken to the island of Karimun by her father, married a Dutchman and came to Singapore with her Dutch husband. Around 1870, she was adopted as a mistress by Tunku Khalid. Tunku Khalid was the second son of Temenggong Daeng Ibrahim, Singapore's second Temenggong (Temenggong Daeng Ibrahim). His elder brother was Maharaja Abu Bakar, who was later named the Sultan of Johor by the British. Temenggong Ibrahim died in 1855, inherited by his eldest son Abu Bakar. Before leaving Singapore in June 1823, Raffles set aside 200 acres in Telok Blangah with a new agreement to relocate the temenggong and his entourage who were entrenched in the land along the Singapore estuary. The foot of Mount Faber became the place where the Temenggong and his Bugis entourage settled, so this place is called Kampong Bahru which means new village, Tunku Khali’s official residence is located here.

Author source should be taken from  National Archives Oral History Interveiw with ABU Bakar bin Hj. Abdul Halim (Haji) Disc 2



https://www.nas.gov.sg/archivesonline/oral_history_interviews/record-details/754c1f11-115f-11e3-83d5-0050568939ad?keywords=radin%20mas&keywords-type=all#2-metadata


So, who was buried in Makam Radin Mas?  A princess or one of the wives of Ungku Khalid ?

Family of Ong Sam Leong

This write up looks at the tombs of
Ong Sam Leong
Yeo Hean Neo - wife
Ong Sam Kiat - elder brother
Ong Sam Bee - younger brother
Ong Kim Neo - younger sister
Ong Sam Leong's mother Madam Tan
Yeo Hean Neo's grandfather


Ong Sam Leong



民國六年十二月
顯祖考違三龍王公之佳城
孝男
文達
平福
孝女
梅娘
孝孙
長輝
長成
Sons : Ong Boon Tat
Ong Peng Hock
Daughter : Ong Boey Neo
Grandsons : Ong Tiang Wee
Ong Tiang Seng

Died 7 Feb 1918 at the age of 60 

Ong Tiang Seng was the son of Ong Peng Hock,  He married Miss Betty Boey, daughter of Mrs Boey Lian Siang on 22 June 1936

More info on Boey Lian Siang : https://tombs.bukitbrown.org/2020/03/boey-lian-siang.html

LATE MR ONG SAM LEONG.
The Singapore Free Press and Mercantile Advertiser, 8 February 1918, Page 4

Wife - Yeo Hean Neo


民國廿四年四月廿三日吉
顯祖妣謚賢娘王門楊氏壽域

Died 25 May 1935, age 73  (born around 1862)

Left behind her two sons, one surviving daughter Mrs Khoo Peck Lock, three sons in law (Messrs Lim Teck Kim, Poey Yean Chuan and Khoo Peck Lock”

One Hundred Years’ History Of the Chinese in Singapore
By Song Ong Siang 

Mr Ong Sam Leong was born in Singapore in 1857, and at the age of 21 started a small commission agent’s business on his own account.

His early land transactions turned out profitably, and he became interested in timber concessions in Pahang and Kemaman. In 1899 he secured the contract as universal provider to the Christmas Island Phosphate Co Ltd at that island under the name of Ong Sam Leong & Co, and the firm still holds the monopoly of the contract with the Company. He also owned the well-known Batam Brickworks and held large interests in numerous sawmills in Singapore. As part of his business activities, he engaged in house-building and rubber-planting, and at his death on 7th February 1918 his estate consisted of substantial landed properties and rubber estates, both local and outside the Colony. He was a popular member of several old and respectable Chinese clubs in Singapore and for many years was president of ‘Ban Chye Ho’ Club. He was keenly interested in the patriotic movement of the Straits Chinese community during the Great War and subscribed liberally to all local funds necessitated by that War. He further erected, at his own expense, the garage at the SVC Drill Hall, for the use of the Corps motor lorry, as an expression of his appreciation of the valuable work which was then being done, at a number of outposts, for the defence of the Settlement by volunteers belonging to the various units. He continued to be a very busy and hard-working man till the end of his days, and the only relaxations he gave himself were motoring and sea-trips. He started life handicapped with a meagre education, but his perseverance and business acumen helped him to build up his own fortune, and before his death he had erected a fine house in Bukit Timah Road known as ‘Bukit Rose’, in which he entertained his friends on a lavish scale. His widow belongs to an old ‘Yeo’ family, several members of which were of the Christian faith;  an aunt being the first wife of the late Mr Song Hoot Kiam, and an uncle being the well-known Yeo Koon Ho (alias Toleap Young). His surviving daughter is the wife of Khoo Pek Lock, the third son of Khoo Phee Soon, at one time one of the leading shipowners and rice merchants of Singapore.

Of his two sons, the elder one, Ong Boon Tat,33 was born in Singapore in 1888 and educated at Raffles Institution, where he won the Guthrie Scholarship, which had been resuscitated after having been in abeyance for some years. At the age of 19 Mr Boon Tat commenced his business training under his father and is now a prominent man among Straits Chinese merchants of this Colony. He extended the business of Ong Sam Leong  and Co., of which he is the chief, by opening a branch house in Penang which is meeting with much success. He is a JP and a Fellow of the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce, and is one of the group of young Straits Chinese who are taking a practical interest in public affairs, having realised the duties of citizenship which devolve more especially on the men of education and standing in our community.
The younger son, Ong Peng Hock, who also received his education at Raffles Institution, was carefully trained by his father in the timber trade, and was managing director of United Sawmills Ltd during the brief period of its existence. As a partner of Ong Sam Leong and Co. he goes on frequent visits to Penang to supervise the management of the branch business there.
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MRS. ONG SAM LEONG.
The Straits Times, 27 May 1935, Page 12




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Ong Sam Leong's mother

His widow belongs to an old ‘Yeo’ family, several members of which were of the Christian faith;  an aunt being the first wife of the late Mr Song Hoot Kiam, and an uncle being the well-known Yeo Koon Ho (alias Toleap Young). 

NB : Song Hoot Kiam first wife was Yeo Choon Neo



Ong Sam Leong's mother 王三龍母親

光緒甲午年柒月初柒吉旦 1894 Lunar 7th month 7th day 
皇淸顯妣謚儉慈娘王門陳氏孺人之佳 Madam Tan

孝男 Sons 
三𠎀 Ong Sam Kiat born around 1854 (obituary notice 22 Sep 1939, death of Ong Sam Kiat)
三龍 Ong Sam Leong born 1857 
三美 Ong Sam Bee born around 1865 (obituary notice 24 Mar 1941, death of Ong Sam Bee)

女 Daughters 
金娘 Kim Neo born around 1869 (Mrs Soh Siew Whatt, obituary notice, Death, Malaya Tribune, 25 August 1931)
氷娘 Ping Neo

鍊銓 Tong Chuan 
鍊鏞 Tong Yong born around 1885, died 9th Jan 1929
平和 Peng Ho (should be Ong Boon Tat) born 1888
平福 Peng Hock born around 1889

立石奉祀

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Father of Yeo Koon Ho and Yeo Choon Neo

This tomb was found among a cluster of old Qing tombs relocated to the New Hang San Teng from the old Heng San Teng at Silat Road.
I believe this tomb to belong to the old Yeo Family as mentioned by Song Ong Siang.  This tomb is dated to 1836

Song Ong Siang One Hundred Years’ History of the Chinese in Singapore :

Ong Sam Leong’s widow (Yeo Hean Neo) belongs to an old ‘Yeo’ family, several members of which were of the Christian faith: an aunt (Yeo Choon Neo) being the  first wife of the late Mr Song Hoot Kiam, and an uncle being the well-known Yeo Koon Ho (alias Toleap Young).

楊秉直
霞陽, 道光十六年







坤和, 坤福, 坤祥
Yeo Koon Ho, Yeo Koon Hock, Yeo Koon Siang
心娘, 春娘
Yeo Sim Neo, Yeo Choon Neo, Yeo Kay Neo 


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Ong Sam Leong old brother Ong Sam Kiat


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In Loving Memory of  Mr Ong Sam Kiat
Died on 21st Sept 1939
Age 85 Years
(ie born around 1854)

Burial entry for Ong  Sam Kiat - 85 years old,
Date of Death 21 Sep 19939, Buried in Blk 3 D plot No 1105/1125

Malaya Tribune 22 Sep 1939
Death of Mr Ong Sam Kiat


Son : Ong Tong Yong (deceased)
Ong Tong Chuan

Ong Sam Kiat would be born around 1854, the eldest among the three brothers - Ong Sam Leong and Ong Sam Bee 


Mrs Ong Sam Kiat nee Lee Luan Neo



民國廿三年甲戌九月初七
中華顕妣李氏謚鑾娘之佳城
孝男王楝銓
慶輝
慶耀仝
女孫
水娘
金娘
集娘
祝娘

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In Loving Memory of
Madam Lee Luan Neo
Died 14 Oct 1934
Age 75 years
(ie born around 1859)


Son : Ong Tong Chuan
Grandsons: Ong Keng Wee, Ong Keng Yeow
Granddaughters : Ong Chwee Neo, Ong Kim Neo, Ong Chip Neo and  Ong Cheok Neo

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Ong Sam Leong's younger brother Ong Sam Bee



孝男 
英和
英珠
孝女
亞妹


Ong Sam Bee
Age 75 Years 
Died 23rd February 1941
(ie born around 1866)

DEATH OF MR. ONG SAM BEE
Malaya Tribune, 24 March 1941, Page 12



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Ong Sam Leong's sister Ong Kim Neo

Mrs Soh Siew Whatt nee Ong Kim Neo









DEATH.
Malaya Tribune, 25 August 1931, Page 8



Mrs Soh Siew Whatt (Madam Ong Kim Neo) age 62, peacefully passed away on the 22nd instant at her residence No 4, Lorong 25A, Geylang Road, leaving behind her four sorrowful sons
Soh Swee Guan
Soh Swee Keng
Soh Swee Teck 
Soh Swee Boh
four daughters, four sons in law, two daughters in law and several grandsons and daughters.  Deeply regretted.
Funeral on Wednesday 26th instant at 9 am sharp to Bukit Brown


Ong Kim Neo, courtesy of Evelyn Ong (her maternal grandmother)



Photograph of Ong Sam Leong's family at Bukit Rose, exhibited at the Bukit Brown exhibition in July 2014 at the National Library

Further reading :

https://tombs.bukitbrown.org/search/label/Family%20-%20Ong%20Sam%20Leong

https://mymindisrojak.blogspot.com/2011/12/ong-sam-leong-bukit-brown.html