Khoo Choon Hoe Family

Khoo Boon Seng and Soh Jang Neo 
邱文生



春和 Khoo Choon Hoe 
金羊 Khoo Kim Yong 
德任 Khoo Teck Jim






Khoo Boon Seng 
Died 4th October 1935 
Age 68 (ie born circa 1867)

Plot no Blk 1 E plot no 41

蘇譲娘 Soh Jang Neo 





Soh Jang Neo 
Died 17 August 1954 

孝男
春和 Khoo Choon Hoe 
女孫
娜麗 Nellie Khoo (Mrs Seow Cheng Swee)
愛麗 Alice Khoo (Mrs Tan Tiong Ghee, son of Tan Keng Lock) 
愛慧 Ivy Khoo 
優尼 Eunice Khoo 
金融 Khoo Kim Yong 
佳仁 Khoo Teck Jim 
曾孫
恒林
曾孫女
玉珠

Burial Entry 
Soh Jiang Neo 
75 years old
Blk 1 E plot no 40 

Note : Tan Keng Kock Later became Venerable Dhammasukha), founder of the Buddhist Union in 1938.





Mrs Khoo Choon Hoe nee Roseline Moey 
Died 23rd October 1933 



金陽
里吓
兮里氏

DEATHS

The Straits Times, 23 October 1933, Page 10





ACKNOWLEDGMENT

The Straits Times, 31 October 1933, Page 14




Kian Gwan (Malaya) Ltd 

Heap Eng Moh S S Co Ltd 

Lim Liat Boon

Lim Ie Ging 




金容 Khoo Kim Yong 

德任 Khoo Teck Jim 

里Nellie Khoo (Mrs Seow Cheng Swee)
兮里 Alice Khoo (Mrs Tan Tiong Ghee, son of Tan Keng Lock) 
愛里 Ivy Khoo 


Burial entry 

Khoo Choon Hoe 

Age 44 years 

Blk 4 C plot no 1337


Domestic Occurrences DEATHS.

Malaya Tribune, 23 March 1939, Page 5




Khoo Choon Hoe died 23rd March 1939 

Age 45 years 

ie born around 1894 



Page 2 Advertisements Column 1

The Straits Times, 29 March 1939, Page 2




47 Upper Serangoon Road 

Kian Gwan 


Page 2 Advertisements Column 1

The Straits Times, 22 January 1942, Page 2




Seow Cheng Swee eldest son of Seow Kway Fee 

Nellie Khoo eldest daughter 


The lieutenant takes a bride

New Nation, 11 January 1972, Page 3






Joseph Seow, son of Seow Cheng Swee, married Lim Seok Lek, daughter of Lim Chong Pang and Chia Meow Moey


Page 6 Advertisements Column 1

The Straits Times, 27 January 1956, Page 6




Goh San Nee, son of Goh Choon Yang 

Ivy Khoo daughter of Khoo Choon Hoe and Lim

Guat Neo 


Ng Hong Hon son of Ng Kong Wai 

Double date leads to a wedding

The Singapore Free Press, 19 January 1961, Page 5






Power of Attorney 













MR. M. V. PILLAI DEAD

Malaya Tribune, 27 May 1946, Page 1




M V Pillai was a prominent lawyer who was a high court justice during occupation period