Damper in a Wok : A Mixed-up Australian Family Tree

Lee

Name
Lee
Given names
Surname
李 Lee
Romanized
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Birth of a son
#1
Quong Tart Lee
about 1886
Chenghucun, Huilong, Gaoyao, Zhaoqing, Guangdong, China - 澄湖村, 回龙, 高要市, 肇庆市, 广东

Birth of a granddaughter
#1
Lai Ying Lee
October 13, 1916
Chenghucun, Huilong, Gaoyao, Zhaoqing, Guangdong, China - 澄湖村, 回龙, 高要市, 肇庆市, 广东

Death of a granddaughterLai Ying Lee
July 3, 1943
Zhagang, Huilong, Gaoyao, Zhaoqing, Guangdong, China - 槎崗, 回龙, 高要市, 肇庆市, 广东

Note: Gaoyao(高要市), Zhaoqing(肇庆市), Guangdong(广东), China
Burial of a granddaughterLai Ying Lee
after July 3, 1943
Zhagang, Huilong, Gaoyao, Zhaoqing, Guangdong, China - 槎崗, 回龙, 高要市, 肇庆市, 广东

Death of a sonQuong Tart Lee
March 28, 1954 Age: 68
Address: Corner of French and Moore St Kogarah
Cause: Rupture of the aorta
Burial of a sonQuong Tart Lee
March 30, 1954
Address: General Cemetery Chinese Section 3, Grave 1620
Cemetery: Rookwood Cemetery
Last change February 16, 201319:27:56

by: Kerry Choy
Note
Anecdote related by his grandson: He travelled away from China. As well as coming to Australia with family help (brothers or cousins..) he also travelled to Cuba. Grandson not clear of which country this person eventually died in.