Ee Ann Soon (Bukit Brown)

Mr. Ee Ann Soon passed away at the age of 56 on 28th April 1936 at his residence No. 7 Peng Nguan Street. He leaves behind him, his father; Mr. Ee Chuan Seng, 3 bothers; Ee Ann Bee, Ee Ann Poh, Ee Ann Whatt, 1 sister; Ee Guek Neo, 3 sons; Ee Choon Hock, Ee T. Eng Seang, Ee Choon Siew, 1 daughter, Ee Hup Neo and 6 grandsons , 2 sons-in-law, Tan Beng Quee and D. Liang Siong and 2 daughters-in-law. 

From the inscription of his tomb:
Sons: Ee Choon Hock, Ee Choon Khock, Ee Choon Siew,
Daughters: Ee Swee Neo, Ee Hup Neo
Grandsons: Ee Cheng Chwee, Ee Keng Siong
Grand daughters: Ee Chye Neo, Ee Lian Neo, Ee Kim Neo

Ee Ann Soon 

Father: Ee Chuan Seng 
Ee Chuan Seng passed away at the age 83 on 9 January 1938 at 485 Sims Avenue. He leaves behind his widow, Chan Kim Choo, 3 sons, Ee Ann Bee, Ee Ann Poh, Ee Ann Whatt, 2 daughters, Ee Guek Neo, Ee Leng Gay, 4 daughters-in-law, 2 sons-in-law, 25 grandchildren, 2 grand daughters-in-law, 3 grandsons-in-law and 12 great grandchildren. He was buried at Holland Road Cemetery. 

Brother: Ee Ann Poh
Ee Ann Poh passed away at the age of 76 on 12 July 1960. (680 Lorong M Telok Kurau). He leaves behind 2 sons, Ee Choon Hoe, Ee Choon Beng , 1 daughter, Ee Lay Neo, son-in-law Tay Siong Guan, 2 daughters-in-law, adopted daughter, adopted son-in-law, 11 grandsons, 6 grand daughters, 1 great grand daughter. He was buried in Bulim, Cemetery. 

Daughter: Ee Hup Neo nee Mrs. Tan Beng Quee
Tan Beng Quee passed away on 29th February 1956 at 41, Lorong 33 Geylang. He leaves behind his wife, Ee Hup Neo, son-in-law, Khan Kim Lock and grandson Khan Eng Hock. 

Location of tomb

Ee Ann Soon's tomb is located at Block 4 Section A, plot 252.


Deaths. (1936, April 29). Malaya Tribune, page 10
Deaths. (1939, January 11). Malaya Tribune, page 3
Death. (1960, July 13). The Singapore Free Press, page 6 


  1. Is Ee Hup Neo nee Mrs. Tan Beng Quee the daughter of Ee Ann Soon or sister? Seems to be in conflict in the write-up.


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