Wee Tong Poh

Wee Thong Poh (Wee Tong Poh) and Yap Chwee Eng 




民國弍十四年 Sep 11, 1936 
乙亥八月十四
Burial entry 

Blk 1 F , 67,68 

56 years old 

le Born circa 1879







Erected by her husband 

Wee Thong Poh

Sons 

吉和 Wee Kiat Hoe

吉成 Wee Kiat Seng 

Daughter 

清娘 Wee Cheng Neo 


Burial 

Blk 1 Sec F plot no 66 , 67 

Age 41 

DOD - 3 Apr 1924 

ie born circa 1883 








DEATHS.
The Straits Times, 11 January 1911, Page 8



Domestic Occurrence.
Malaya Tribune., 14 May 1921, Page 4



Wee Thong Poh first wife was Yap Chwee Eng who died on 3 Apr 1924 . 

Yap Chwee Eng was the daughter of Mrs Yap nee Lim Hong Poh.  Her brothers include Yap Yeow Chuan, Yap Yeow Teck, Dr Yap Yeow Chin and Yap Yeow Hin 

Lim Hong Poh was the eldest of 3 sisters , Lim
Hong Buan Neo (Mrs Wee Theam
Seng) and Lim Hong Bee Neo ( Mrs Tan
Cheng Tuan) 

He then married again Lim Ong Neo, only daughter of Lim Choo Puan and granddaughter of Lim Quee Eng ( Lim Kwee Eng, son in law of Cheang Hong Lim) 
Lim Choo Puan died a few years before 1908 


BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS
Malaya Tribune., 22 November 1924, Page 6



HUGE CHINESE BANKRUPTCIES.

The Singapore Free Press and Mercantile Advertiser, 30 November 1923, Page 7




THE SHARE SWINDLE.

The Straits Times, 12 December 1927, Page 8








Page 4 Advertisements Column 1

The Straits Times, 9 October 1929, Page 4




POLICE FALL OUT

The Singapore Free Press and Mercantile Advertiser, 23 August 1933, Page 6




It is likely that this is the same Wee Tong Poh as he was related to Ong Boon Tat and Ong Peng Hock.  He should be the same one with Ong Peng Hock who caught a thief in 1908 


PULLER CHARGED WITH THEFT.

The Singapore Free Press and Mercantile Advertiser (Weekly), 14 May 1908, Page 5







60 YEARS MAKING A MARKET

The Straits Times, 18 February 1961, Page 6









Wee Thong Poh is most likely the writer Wee Tong Poh who wrote “Is Revenge Sweet” in 1900 which is published in Straits Chinese magazine Volume 4, pg 100.  He would be 21 years old then 


Straits Chinese Magazine 






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