Wee Yang Neo

Wee Yang Neo







DOMESTIC OCCURRENCE.

Malaya Tribune, 23 November 1928, Page 8




Mrs Tan Suan nee Wee Ah Yang 

190 Queen Street 

Sons 

Tan Seng Chong (predecessed her) 

Tan Seng Kiang 

Tan Seng Watt

Tan Chye Liang 

Soh Chye Watt 


Page 3 Advertisements Column 4

The Singapore Free Press and Mercantile Advertiser, 28 March 1916, Page 3




T S Kiang 

Massage 


(Need confirmation ) 


Page 7 

The Singapore Free Press and Mercantile Advertiser (1884-1942), 12 May 1939









Teng Kah Seng 鄧巧生

Teng Kah Seng 鄧巧生





民國廿七年戊寅润七月十六
In Loving Memory of the late
Mr Teng Kah Seng
Died 9th September 1936 
Age 55 

Madam Cheong Hee Neo


候明義士 - 沈連

候明義士 - 沈連



天運辛已年二月十七日 Heaven reign 1881, 17th day of 2nd moon 
候明義士 Loyalist waiting for Ming Dynasty 
顕考諱連沈公之墓 Sim Lian 
孝男 son 
咯 Sim Kok 
立石 erected by 

此墓在 Merryn Road 附近

Extracted from : https://baike.baidu.com/item/%E9%99%88%E5%BC%80%E9%A1%BA

新加坡历史学者庄永钦《实叻峨嘈五虎祠义士新义》

创建功勋
曹符成、何阿敬、梅兰瑞。
祧基义士
曹符义、邓旭进、麦安。
拔萃义士
陈锦惜。
教铎义士
郭头、简美生。
皇明义士
陈必蟾、陈应科、郭永定、林孝德、吴子、李祥长、黄敦典、陈嘉利 、梁其员、黄泽沛、王天曜、张族昌、陈起丰、郭其亭、李万元、吴连枝、张登道、陈德财、沈识择、杨开先
候明义士
陈开顺、洪如坤、盛陈来、许御胜、陈卢惜、梁福来、吴乙夕,余赠涌。
候明
卓崇宝。
明赐义士
卢如玉、沈大进、许国香、杨其然、韩兴彝。
明恩义士
陈红记、李泽远、林长泰、曾贤奕、郑景山。
明赠义士
黄钦元、林亚泰、阮锡禧、吴顺喜。
待明义士义士
韩旺彝、杨如璞、赵文炳、曾名敬。
明勋义士
蔡长茂、刘立成、佘勉旺。
辅恩义士
李意宁、苏国源。
卓立义士
陈辉亭、陈声实。
明勤义士
陈文鸿。
扶明义士
余炳绶。
志明义士
吴阿贵。
乐明义士
陈领。
复明义士
许戊芝。
忠烈义士
陈昆岗。
恩勋义士
范典生。
诛寇义士
陈辉郁。
诛寇车骑
郑六。
扶明护卫将军
钟阿细。

Extracted from :

https://www.orientaldaily.com.my/news/south/2020/12/11/380508

陈开顺遗骨迁至新山中华义山 原有墓碑由陈厝港灵山宫收藏


(新山11日讯)新山中华公会与陈厝港灵山宫等华团组织今日就安置新山开埠先贤陈开顺的墓碑和遗骨课题,达成双赢结果,议决将陈开顺的遗骨迁至新山中华义山“明墓”前的一片墓地,原有的墓碑则由陈厝港灵山宫收藏于新设的陈厝港历史纪念馆。


候明義士 - 陈开顺

根据历史记载,陈开顺为陈厝港港主,号贞国,追封“侯明义士”,其遗骨目前安葬于乌鲁槽义山的一个合葬墓地;墓碑则收藏于笨珍一座民宅内。

新山中华公会自2019年11月杪发现陈开顺的墓碑,今年3月与陈厝港灵山宫、柔佛颖川陈氏公会、柔佛潮州八邑会馆、义兴路灵山宫、福林园福灵宫等华团组织召开第一次交流会,商议安置陈开顺墓碑和遗骨事宜。

达成双赢局面

新山中华公会会长何朝东表示,陈开顺为义兴公司的第一位首领,新山中华公会有责任将其遗骨妥善安置,担心过程中将引起华社之间的争执,因此召开上述会议,与个各华团代表进行协调工作,达成双赢局面。

他今午为安置新山开埠先贤陈开顺的墓碑和遗骨的会议进行总结,如是表示。出席者包括该会署理会长拿督李文发、副会长陈奕锦、总务林刚荣、第一副总务林先强;福林宫会务顾问兼发起人张兰、陈厝港灵山宫顾问洪德荣和主席拿督陈耀宽、柔佛潮州八邑会馆会长陈周平及柔佛颖川陈氏公会副会长陈进强。

陈开顺的遗骨将择日迁往新山中华义山“明墓”前的一片墓地安置。

林刚荣表示,该会将择日动土设立新墓碑,同时协助灵山宫设立陈开顺历史纪念馆。

陈耀宽表示,陈开顺历史纪念馆为灵山宫的礼堂改建而成,灵山宫定于2021年1月10日,恭请陈开顺原有的墓碑至纪念馆内。

他也呼吁,民众若有文物收藏,可提供灵山宫拍照记录,供陈开顺历史纪念馆保存。



新山中华义山 “明墓”

彪考王超

彪考王超公
蔡宅
壬寅年



王達

壬寅年應為 1842 (道光壬寅年) . 
This tomb belong to the old Qing cluster relocated from Silat Road 

彪考黃生

道光廿九年菊月望稪吉 1849 
彪考諱生謚愛德黃公之
孝男


黃愛德



翁振韓与李木蓮

翁振韓 与 李木蓮















Ang Chin Han and Lee Bok Noy 


Choa Chong Long 蔡滄浪

Choa Chong Long (Chua Chong Long) 蔡滄浪
Daughters
蔡良娘 Chua Leong Neo (wife of Kiong Kong Tuan) 
蔡嬌娘 Chua Chow Neo (Chua Cheow Neo)
蔡春娘 Chua Choon Neo (not sure if daughter but likely)

Page 1 Advertisements Column 2

Singapore Chronicle and Commercial Register, 26 March 1836, Page 1





THE FREE PRESS. Singapore, Friday, 6th July, 1849.

The Singapore Free Press and Mercantile Advertiser, 6 July 1849, Page 1


Remains of Choa Chong Long was dug up from

his grave in China and supposed to be brought back  to Singapore 




Page 4 Advertisements Column 1

The Straits Times, 15 September 1865, Page 4




Page 2 Advertisements Column 1

Straits Observer (Singapore), 15 April 1875, Page 2




Choa Choon Neo died on 21st Feb 1875

Kam Chwee Seng 


Page 2 Advertisements Column 2

Straits Observer (Singapore), 23 June 1876, Page 2




Kam Cheng Gam



Page 3 Advertisements Column 2

SINGAPORE DAILY TIMES, 20 September 1879, Page 3




Page 3 Advertisements Column 5

The Singapore Free Press and Mercantile Advertiser, 2 December 1892, Page 3




Choa Chow Neo was daughter of Choa Chong Long.

She was widow of Koh Kwee Long , when he died , she was remarried to Tan Koon Swee 



From Song Ong Siang’s book :


On the 8th of June 1831 a dinner was given to all the influential

residents by Choa Chong Long to celebrate his forty-fourth birthday.

He was born circa 1788 in Malacca, as his father was the Captain China there when the settlement was under Dutch rule. In the

judgment of Maxwell CJ, in the reported case of Choa Choon Neo 

v Spottiswoode, the deceased was described as a person born and

domiciled in Singapore but of Chinese descent'. This description is evidently an error. He lived in Commercial Square, and sometimes gave entertainments in European style to the British merchants and was a very intelligent and wealthy man. After the dinner above referred to, a number of toasts were drunk, including the health of Mr Ibbetson, the Resident, and the memory of Sir Stamford Raffles, and Chong Long proposed the health of the Duke of Wellington. Wealthy and influential though he was (for at one time the natives called one of the hills near Tanjong Pagar, now demolished, Bukit Chong Long), he was apparently a man that you could not impose upon or take liberties with. To this day, the following pantun is still remembered


Tinggi tinggi rumah Chek Chong Long

Di bawahnya buat kedai kain

Alang-nya bisa ular tedong

Boleh-kah tangkap buat main?


Tinggi tinggi rumah Chek Chong Long

Di bawahnya di jual pokok

Gua tak takot ular tedong

Karan gua ular sendok.


Mr Chong Long’s house is very high, under it is a cloth shop, 

maybe there is a snake, can i catch it to play with? 


Mr Chong Long’s home is very tall, under it is a tree, 

I am not sacred of a little snake 

as I am an even bigger snake than it is !!


He went to China in 1838, and was murdered in a house in Macao by

some burglars in the middle of December. He appointed Mr William

Spottiswoode executor of his will, which contained a devise for ever

of certain properties for sinchew purposes, and this was probably the

first Chinese will which the Courts here had to construe on that point,

when it was held that such a devise was void as being in perpetuity,

and not a charity.



Chia Seng Quee

Chia Seng Quee 




SUICIDE VERDICT

Malaya Tribune, 16 December 1936, Page 8




123 Acknowledgements

The Straits Times, 14 August 1980, Page 27






Chua Kim Neo was daughter of Chua Kim Teng 

Teo Geok Seng

Teo Geok Seng 







Son
Teo Bah Chee
Daughters 
Teo Heng Neo
Teo Puteh 


Lao Khian Siew and Nonya Tengah

Low Khian Siew and Nonya Tengah 







DEATH.

Malaya Tribune, 13 June 1938, Page 10




DEATHS

The Singapore Free Press, 16 June 1955, Page 16




Sons

Dr Low Piang Lin 

Low Yuen Lin

Low Kong Lin

Low Yong Lin

Daughters 

Low Gek Neo

Low Kuan Neo 

Sons in law 

Tay Kay Boo 

Ko Eng Poh 

Grandson in law 

Johnny Tan Bee Chuan 


POSTAL RETIREMENT.

Malaya Tribune, 31 January 1929, Page 7





DEATH.

The Singapore Free Press and Mercantile Advertiser, 3 January 1931, Page 10





Tan Koh Choe 陳科造

Tan Koh Choe 陳科造





Sons
陳水托 Tan Chwee Thor 
陳禹迪 Tan Yoo Teck 
Daughter 
陳秀卿 Tan Siew Keng 

7 广告 专栏 1

南洋商报, 1 December 1930, Page 7







Cheang Sam Teoh will

Cheang Sam Teo will

SUPREME COURT.

The Straits Times, 20 April 1872, Page 2


Main characters 


Cheang Hong Lim - eldest son of Cheang Sam Teoh

Cheang Hong Guan - second son

Wee Bock Seng 

Low Tuan Locke 

Gan Beng Chie - brother in law of Sam Teo

Lim Chong Guan - his sister Lim Lew Neo was the wife of Tan Tye Guan , son of Tan Oo Long 












The Straits Times, 20 April 1872, Page 2






THIRD DAY. Wednesday, 17th April.

The Straits Times, 20 April 1872, Page 5










Fourth Day. Thursday, 18th April.

The Straits Times, 20 April 1872, Page 5








FIFTH DAY.

The Straits Times, 20 April 1872, Page 4








Fortnight's Summary.

Straits Times Overland Journal, 25 April 1872, Page 1




OPIUM FARM

Straits Times Overland Journal, 19 November 1874, Page 7









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