Mrs. E. Fann Kee nee Koh Eng Neo passed away at the age of 42 at her residence, No. 17-A, Joo Chiat Terrace on 1 April 1932
In January 1914, Mr. E. Faan Kee, (eldest son of E. Chong Choo, late chief clerk of the District Court and nephew of Mr. Cheng Keng Lee, M.C.) married to the eldest daughter of Mr. Tan Teong Yan of New Bridge Road. The ceremonies were performed according to Chinese rites. (This means that E. Fann Kee has more than 1 wife).
Mother-in-law: Madam Tan Geok Bee / Mrs. E. Chong Choon
Mrs. E. Chong Choon nee Madam Tan Geok Bee passed away at the age of 75 at No. 79 Clemenceau Avenue on 29 September 1939. She is survived by her
5 sons: E. Fann Kee, E. Toon Hee, E. Sip Hee, E. Chan Hee and E. Yam Hee
3 daughters: Mrs. Ching Hong Cheng, Mrs. Tan Yang Cheng and Miss E. Put Neo
Mrs. E Chong Choon nee Madam Tan Geok Bee is buried in Bukit Brown. Executors of her will were E. Faan Kee and E. Toon Hee.
Brother: E. Toon Hee
E. Toon Hee passed away on 6 January 1946. The sole executor of his estate was his brother, E. Faan Kee (No. 519 East Coast Road)
Location of tomb
Madam Koh Eng Neo is buried in Block 3 Section B, plot 245.
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