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Tim Ng (View posts)
Posted: 928101558000
I am looking for any information about my Grandfather Ng, Chew born in Kwangtung, China on July 14 1876, emigrated to Honolulu, Hawaii, married Lum, Moi from Waipio, Hawaii , He died Feb 14, 1952 originally buried at Heeia Chinese cemetary and was moved to final resting spot of Hawaiian Memorial Park, Kaneohe, Hawaii, if you have any information please email me at
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Update of email address

Ng Family

Karl Ho (View posts)
Posted: 966549671000
My wife is a "Ng" although she and her father use the Mandarin version of "Woo". Their family is from Zhongshan (Chung-shan), Guangdong (Kuang-tung), China. Is that where your father was from?

Ng, Chew

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Not sure my Dad Raymond Ying Chung Ng was born in Hawaii, and my grandfather Chew Ng was supposedly born in Canton or Kwangytung China. Do you know of any websites that lok at Chinese genealogy info?

Chinese Genealogy Website

Karl Ho (View posts)
Posted: 966885319000
I haven't found a good one yet. I know that The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints does have a very good family history program. I am trying to contact their Hong Kong and Taiwan centres to see if they have anything which is useful. Keep in touch.

Searching for Ng clan members from Nevada

Professor S. F. Chung (View posts)
Posted: 975502302000
Two brothers, Ng Hong Lee and Ng Hong Lem, operated two stores in Island Mountain, Elko County, Nevada in the 1870s. One lived until some time after 1915. A possible son from China (Guangdong) lived in Elko in 1920 named Ng Hong Let. Ng Hong Let's son was born while he was aboard a ship crossing the Pacific to land in San Francisco in December, 1920. If you are a descendant, could you e-mail me?
Professor Sue Fawn Chung

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