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Re: Tracing Chinese Ancestors Hoon/Yuk/Few?


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Posted by Patrick Nyam on March 10, 2003 at 07:07:19:

In Reply to: Tracing Chinese Ancestors Hoon/Yuk/Few? posted by Margeret Wyhoon on May 09, 2002 at 09:07:46:

: Can someone tell me the best way to trace my husbands ancestors in China. What chinese recources are available?
: I am trying to trace my husbands G/Grandfather
: William Ah Hoon (originally Ah Hoon)from Canton China, who migrated to Victoria, Australia and worked in the Gold fields near Avoca.
: His parents were Ah Yuk(occupation Fishmonger) Canton, and Sing Yuk(nee Few or Lew not sure on spelling)
: Any help would be appreciated
*****
Margaret:
Hoon is not a last name. Ah Hoon sounds like a given name. Similar Ah Yuk, Sing Yuk are also given names. Sound like Cantonese.
Does Australia keep good immigration records? That may be the best bet.



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