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Posted by Former Bendigonian (203.34.63.1) on August 24, 2006 at 00:54:32:

In Reply to: Re: Lee Chew posted by Al Chinn on August 06, 2001 at 16:46:41:

You might want to contact in the state of Victoria... the Public Record Office Victoria
www.access.prov.vic.gov.au
email: ask.prov@dvc.vic.gov.au
phone: +61 3 93485740

And they will probably be able to point you in the right direction as to where to locate such information if you haven't already located such information.

Good luck Sir.


: Presume your gggf is buried in Bendigo? Does his tombstone have Chinese inscriptions? If so, it should provide you with the information you are seeking. Based on the name Lee Chew, your surname should be Lee. I believe his date of birth is 1835.

: : My G/G Grandfather Charles Lee Chew came to Bendigo, Victoria, Australia in search of gold. According to his marriage certificate His parents were Mong Shi and Lue she farmers of china. I think that it is the Taishan area in China they came from because most of the Chinese in Bendigo (Big Gold Mountain) Victoria came from that region. We even have a Chinese cafe named the Toi Shan. Charles lived here (Bendigo) nearly of his life. He was born in 1935 in China and died in 1921 aged 86. Charles dropped the Chew off Lee Chew and our surname became known as Lee.
: : Can anyone help with the Mong Shi, Lue She, Lee Chew, and Ah chew Surnames. (some children were named Ah Chew as a surname) Darby Lee





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