|Thio Sioe Kiat|
He also owned shares in The Overseas-Chinese Bank. However, in the slump of 1920-1921, he became a bankrupt having lost all his property and had to fold down in 3 firms. In one of his transactions he lost a princely sum of $40,000.
|Mr and Mrs Thio Sioe Kiat|
Thio Sioe Kiat died at the age of 84 on September 23, 1931. His wife, Tgie Hong Neo died at the age of 80 on October 2, 1927. Their peg numbers are 2315 and 2316 and affected by the 8 lane highway. His son is Thio Kek Boo, his daughter Thio Soon Neo. Listed on the tomb is also 1 granddaughter, Tan Hong Neo.
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