Lim Ie Ging and Oei Khoen Neo

Lim Ie Ging and Oei Khoen Neo
林餘慶
黃琨娘






























Mr Lim Ie Ging 
Died 27th March 1953
13th Day of the 2nd Chinese Moon




錦里
民國弍拾年 1931 
顕考雷珍蘭諱餘慶林公壽域
顕妣諱琨娘黃氏佳城
辛未孟春榖旦 1931 Lunar 3rd month 

In Memory of Mr and Mrs Lim IeGing 
Sons 
烈𥈠 Albert Lim Liat Juay DOB Oct 15, 1890 
烈興 Harold Lim Liat Hin 1892 
烈文 Arthur Lim Liat Boon 1896

Grandsons 

建本 Harold Lim Kian Poen (son of Harold Lim Liat Hin) 
建利 Lim Kian Lie (son of Arthur Lim) 
建圖 Jerry Lim Kian Tho (son of Albert Lim)
建猷 Lim Kian Yoe
建忠 Lim Kian Tiong 
建孝 Lim Kian Haw 
建廉 Lim Kian Liam
建裕 Lim Kian Joo 

Granddaughters
Margaret Lim Toan Keng (Toan King)  (Mrs Seah Cheng Siang) (daughter of Albert Lim)
Gladys Lim Giok King (Mrs Gouw An Toan) (daughter of Arthur Lim)
Joyce Lim Kim Liang (daughter of Harold Lim)
Diana Lim Toan Yang ((Mrs Chee Phui Hung) (daughter of Albert Lim)
Conny Lim Kim Loan (daughter of Harold Lim)
Lim Giok In (daughter of Arthur Lim)
Patsy Lim Toan Lin (Mrs Wong Heck Sing) (daughter of Albert Lim)
Irene Lim Toan Kiaw (Mrs Koh Eng Kheng) (daughter of Albert Lim)


DEATH

The Straits Times, 13 June 1930, Page 6





Burial entry
Oei Khoen Neo
Internment 15 Jun 1930
Blk 2C 648/664
62 years 

Tomb of Lim Ie Ging and Mrs Lim Ie Ging, nee Oei Khoen Neo, sister of the Sugar Baron Oei Tiong Ham. Lim Ie Ging owned large brickworks in Pasir Panjang. They have 3 sons, 2 of them were prominent doctors: Dr Albert Lim Liat Juay and
Dr Harold Lim Liat Hin.

Dr Albert Lim set up the first blood transfusion unit in Singapore and delivered baby Lee Kuan Yew on 16 Sep 1923 at their family house at Kampong Java Road - ref:
www.cfps.org.sg/collegemirror/35/354/feature1.pdf

Local and General.

Malaya Tribune., 10 August 1915, Page 9




Dr. Albert Lim, aged 80, dies at home

The Straits Times, 2 January 1970, Page 4







UNCLE — HAROLD DIES AFTER ILLNESS

The Straits Times, 27 January 1979, Page 6






Mr. A. L. B. LIM

The Straits Times, 11 August 1935, Page 13






Grandchildren 


The Straits Times, 26 November 1945, Page 3






The Straits Times, 1 July 1949, Page 1






Page 4

The Singapore Free Press, 8 July 1949






Singapore Standard, 24 December 1951, Page 2








Colony Wedding

Sunday Standard, 20 December 1953, Page 2






SHOWER FOR NEWLY WEDS

The Straits Times, 19 December 1955, Page 2







Wee Hock Guan family

 

Death of Wee Hock Guan mother, Yeo Chit Neo on Apr 7, 1924

同興號黃福源君令堂西歸
南洋商报, 9 April 1924, Page 16


南洋商报, 14 April 1924, Page 16







DEATHS
The Straits Times, 8 April 1924, Page 8


Untitled
The Straits Times, 8 April 1924, Page 8


Yeo Chit Neo was the wife of Wee Chong Kiat (Wee Chong Keat)
Sons
Wee Hock Guan
Wee Hock Chup
Daughters
Wee Siew Neo (Mrs Koh Thye Whatt)




DEATHS
The Straits Times, 5 September 1924, Page 8


Wee Hock Guan himself passed away a few months later on Sep 4, 1924 at 134 Prinsep Street.
Sons
Wee Aik Kay
Wee Kah Keng
Wee Gin Twee
Daughters 
Wee Lian Neo
XXX
Son in law 
Lim Teck Locke
8 grandchildren

Straits Times 1985, Mar 29
Notice of Exhumation of isolated graves at Telok Blangah Heights below the Thousands Buddha Temple 



Wee Lian Neo, daughter of Wee Hock Guan was Mrs Lim Teck Locke 

In the cluster are Yeo Hong Ghee and his wife as well. 


RAFFLES HEADMASTER RETIRES
The Singapore Free Press and Mercantile Advertiser, 3 April 1931, Page 12

Institution scholarship - Lim Yew Hock 

DOMESTIC OCCURRENCES ENGAGEMENT
Malaya Tribune, 29 January 1936, Page 12

MARRIAGE
Malaya Tribune, 12 January 1937, Page 9



LIM-CHIA - The marriage takes place this morning at the United Chinese Library, Armenian Street, at 10 o'clock between Mr Lim Yew Hock, eldest son of Mrs Lim  Teck Locke, and Miss Chia Kim Neo, fourth daughter of Mr Chia Toon Watt and the late Mrs Chia Toon Watt

Five Malayan Chinese Weddings
Malaya Tribune, 3 February 1937, Page 20

Mr Lim Yew Hock and Miss Chia Kim Neo 

Page 2 Advertisements Column 2
Syonan Shimbun, 27 March 1942, Page 2

CHIA-LIM - Mr Chia Boon Swee (George) younger son of Mr & Mrs Chia Keng Chin
of No 8 Saint Thomas' Walk, Syonan-to to Miss Lim Sioke Eng (Marie) eldest daughter of
the late Mr Lim Teck Locke and Mrs Lim Teck Locke of No 14, Meyappa Chettiar Road, Syonan-to

ENGAGEMENT
Malaya Tribune, 19 January 1946, Page 2/3



EU-LIM - MR EU PENG FOOK (FRANCIS) youngest son of Mrs Eu Wai San of  Serremban to
MISS LIM SIOK LEE (MOLLY) younger daughter of Mrs Lim Teck Locke of Singapore.
The marriage will take place shortly

Tan Hwee Siong Family

Tan Hong alias Tan Hwee Siong 
陳輝相


民國乙丑年十二月吉立 1925
陳輝相
陳耀卿
林淑勤
仁美
仁丙
仁開 Tan Jin Kye
仁堧 Tan Jin Luan 
仁柱
仁摘 Tan Jin Thia 
仁慶 Tan Jin Keng 
仁雪 Tan Jin Suet 
仁玉 Tan Jin Geok


Tan Hwee Siong mother 
陳輝相之母





民國丁卯年六月初六日仙逝 1927
閫號劉恭𡽪
孝男
文煌 Tan Boon Hong (Tan Hong)
文飲
文淇
文露
文湯
文陶
文窓
仝立石


DOMESTIC OCCURRENCES DEATH.

Malaya Tribune, 18 November 1938, Page 5




SINGAPORE MERCHANT TO BE BURIED IN CHINA

Pinang Gazette and Straits Chronicle, 19 November 1938, Page 9








永春會館總理陳輝相逝世享壽七十有八

南洋商报 (Nanyang Siang Pau), 14 November 1938, Page 7







Malayan Tribune Nov 18, 1938 









Finally he was buried in Kopi Sua instead of China and the funeral took place more than 4 months later 






Photo of Tan Hwee Siong Family at 45 Emerald Hill Road taken circa 1925 



Francis Lee Collection, courtesy of National Archives of Singapore


The old man in the middle should be Tan Hong and his wife Mdm Lim


Other news


Page 14

The Straits Budget, 19 May 1932

The Last Chinese Tin Smelter 






Towkay Tan Hong. The owner of the only Chinese Tin Smelter left in Malaya



5 广告 专栏 2

南洋商报 (Nanyang Siang Pau), 9 February 1936, Page 5










永春會舘廿五年正主席