|Chua Jin Swee|
|Low Kim Lian|
Seh Chua (Surname Chua)
Chua Jin Swee was part of the Seh Chua Clan or Community and became a member of the Committee in 1921. That year was an important milestone year for the Seh Chua community because the British Government was seeking to acquire the Seh Chua Burial Ground and the elected Trustees were discussing compensation in the form of new land if the acquisition took place since the Chua Community does not have a new burial after its only one at Silat Road (which was slightly more than 2 acres) was closed for burials.
FamilyMiss Chua Cheng Kee Neo nee Mrs. Tan Hoon Hong
The engagement was announced between Tan Hoon Hong (youngest brother of Mr. Tan Hoon Khim and youngest son of the late Mr. Tan Tian Chan ) to Miss Chua Cheng Kee (eldest daughter of Mrs. Chua Jin Swee and the late Mr. Chua Jin Swee). The marriage will take place on 27 January 1927.
Miss Chua Cheng Yeok Neo nee Mrs. Yap Hock Heng.
Yap Hock Cheng is the son of Yap Yeow Teck of 313 River Valley Road. In 1979, there is notice highlighting the passing of Joseph Yap Hock Heng on 16 August 1979. He is survived by his wife Chua Cheng Yeok, 3 sons (Vincent Yap, Nelson Yap, Frankie Yap), 3 daughters (Lily Yap, Christina Yap, Maggie Yap), 2 daughter-in-laws (Lilian, Vivien), 3 son-in-laws (Johnny, Charlie, Teddy ) and 10 grandchildren.
Death. (1924, October 7) The Straits Times, page 8
Domestic Occurrences. (1929, November 18). Malaya Tribune, page 8
Advertisement. (1921, September 22). Malayan Tribune