The tomb of Madam Lim Geok Yan, although prepared, does not have a death date indicated. She passed away on 11 October 1957. In the obituary notice, she is survived by 6 sons, 4 daughters ( Tan Lay Hong, Tan Ah Eng, Tan Kim Eng, Tan Seok Choo ). 9 daughter-in-laws, 2 son-in-laws, 32 grandchildren, 1 daughter-on-law, Kie Yan, son-in-law, Hioe On Tjan. The cortege left 51 Seng Poh Road for Kong Mi San Po Kak Si (Crematorium). She was cremated and not buried.
|Tomb of Mr. Tan Choon Kiat in Bukit Brown|
FamilySon: Tan Choo Kee
Tan Choo Kee (Assistant Secretary to Overseas Chinese Banking Corporation) married Miss Koh Bee Teck on 8 March 1936.Tan Choo Kee is the eldest son of the late Mr. Tan Choon Kiat. Miss Koh Bee Teck is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs Koh Kim Han. Mrs. Tan Choo Kee nee Koh Bee Teck unfortunately passed away 10 years later after her marriage.She passed away at the age of 34 at her residence in No. 51 Seng Poh Road on 9 December 1946. She is survived by her husband, 1 son (age 3 years old), Tan Kim Seah, 2 grandmothers, parents , 1 mother-in-law, brothers, sisters and brother-in-law. She is buried in Bukit Brown. Koh Bee Teck is the grand daughter of Koh San Hin and great-grand daughter of Koh Eng Hoon.
|Wedding of Tan Choo Kee and Koh Bee Teck (source: NewspaperSG|
|Tan Choo Kee (source: NewspaperSG)|
ReferencesWedding. (1936, March 9). Malaya Tribune, page 13
Death. (1946, December 9). Malaya Tribune, page 2
Death. (1957, October 12). Malaya Tribune, page 6
Proud record of efficiency. (1963, March 2). The Straits Times, page 11