Ang Teow Guan 洪兆元 and Tan Yean Neo 陳淵娘

Ang Teow Guan and Tan Yean Neo


民國卅二年十月初六日遷造
考殿卿洪.公 Ang Teow Guan
妣淵娘陳氏 Tan Yean Neo
孝男
栢園 Peck Wan (Tan Peck Wan)
光輝 Kong Wee (Ang Kong Wee) 

Burial Entry 
Blk 3 A, P 287
Date of Death : 1899 1 day before Duanwu Jie (5th day of Lunar 5th month) at age 36

His son Peck Wan adopted his maternal grandfather surname Tan to take on the lineage 

Wee Chwee Neo , second wife of Ang Teow Guan 
洪門黃水娘











民國卅八年四月廿四日吉
洪門黃水娘
Son
Ang Kong Wee
Daughters 
Ang Lian Neo
Ang Peng Neo 

Blk 2 C plot 90
78 years old 
(Born circa 1871) 

There is another daughter Ang Quee Neo who was married to Tan Cheng Toon, son of Tan Keong Saik, She was born circa 1883, hence she would be born of the first wife ie Tan Yean Neo 


 Page 5 Miscellaneous Column 1

Malaya Tribune, 20 August 1932, Page 5




Ang Kong Wee was a committee member of Wales Ministels 


THUMB MARK SIGN.

The Straits Times, 17 July 1935, Page 12




Wee Chwee Neo could not read or write and she had her own signs for her accounts a small square with lines drawn diagonally representing "borrowed from a Bengali"  


Page 6 Advertisements Column 4

Malaya Tribune, 18 January 1936, Page 6


 




Lat Pau 1899 Oct 23 issue

Tan Keong Sum 陳恭三 (陳省堂) lament over the early death of Ang Teow Guan, published in Lat Pau 23 Oct 1899. He died in 1899, at the age of 36. Tan Keong Sum was famous for his Accounts of Travels in Vietnam, published in 1888 by Singapore Lat Pau 


His father Ang Kim Cheak died when he was 7 years old and was raised by his mother Soh Siok Eng.
He was also Mrs Tan Keong Siak younger brother. 
He married Tan Keng Hoon’s daughter Tan Yean Neo 
His son Peck Wan adopted his maternal grandfather surname Tan to take on the lineage 
There are also 3 daughters who has grown up 

敏求斋主人陳恭三省堂氏和涙草

Malaya Tribune



19 graves to be exhumed belonging to the estate of Ang Kim Tee and Ang Teow Guan