Lim Chong Pang

Lim Chong Pang and Lee Poh Neo


Lim Chong Pang
Died 21st July 1956
Mrs Lim Chong Pang
nee Lee Poh Neo 
Died 8th August 1968

英權 Herbert Lim Eng Kwan 
英師 Roland Lim Eng Ser 
淑慧 Lucy Lim Seok Hui (Mrs Chen Nee Sian) 
淑真 Ivy Lim Seok Cheng (Mrs Kwa Soon Chuan) 

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Syonan Shimbun, 17 October 1944, Page 2

Chia Hock Chwee second daughter Moya Chia Meow Moey was married to Lim Chong Pang, second son of Mr Lim Nee Soon

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Syonan Shimbun, 13 August 1945, Page 2

Moileen Lim Seok Lin 

Lim Seok Lek 

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 

Mrs Lim Chong Pang nee Chia Meow Moey ( daughter of Chia Hock Chwee)

1 son 

Robert Lim


Ralph Lim

Ryan Lim 

and 4 daughters 

Mainly About Malayans

The Straits Times, 11 June 1939, Page 8

Lim Chong Pang is best known for his work on the Singapore Rural Board, from which he retired last year, after a term of 9 successive years. He was then 34 years old and was the youngest man to sit on the board, of which his father had also been a member.

In recognittion of his services, the board recently named a village opposite the Sembawang aerodrome at the 12th milestone, Seletar, after Chong Pang.

In 1924, he married Miss Lee Poh Neo, youngesst daughter of Mrs Lee Choon Guan and the late Lee Choon Guan and has two boys and two girls by the marriage. Mr Chong Pang owns the Garrick Theatre, Geylang and the Seletar Talkies, and is a director of the Overseas Assurance Corporation Ltd

He is a member of the Board of Visitors to St John's Island Quarantine Station, Singapore, is on the Board of Governors of St Andrew School. He also served as a trustee of the Gan Eng Seng Free School until the government took over recently. He has travelled extensively having gone around the world in 1927 and speaks fluently many Chinese dialects


联合早报, 10 April 1988, Page 42

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