Chu Moy , 18991997 (aged 98 years)

Name
Chu Moy //
Given names
Chu Moy
Name
越妹
Given names
Surname
Romanized
/jyut6/ mui6
Birth 1897
Liucun, Gaoyao, Zhaoqing, Guangdong, China - 刘村, 高要市, 肇庆市, 广东

Birth July 29, 1898

Birth 1899
Note: As recorded on her gravestone.
Birth of a sonKam Wing Choy
August 10, 1915 (aged 16 years)
Zhagang, Huilong, Gaoyao, Zhaoqing, Guangdong, China - 槎崗, 回龙, 高要市, 肇庆市, 广东

Birth of a daughterWai Han Choy
April 20, 1925 (aged 26 years)

Birth of a daughterLeslie Choy
February 3, 1937 (aged 38 years)

Immigration November 24, 1959 (aged 60 years)
Note: Within immigration file SP1122/1, N1959/2217 are details listing the first arrival of Moy Chu - via a flight into Sydney on 24 November 1959. A digital copy of Moy's passenger card may be located within series A1225 most likely within items identified as November 1959 boxes 1 to 7 with barcodes 12574109 to 12574115. Unfortunately although these cards are digitised they are not yet indexed. They are also not in alphabetical or date order so are difficult to search. Microfilm copies of plane arrivals for arrivals for these years are held in the Sydney reading room - C3458, 17 - 30 NOVEMBER 1959. When you next visit you may wish to get a copy of Moy Chu's arrival.
Residence 1959 (aged 60 years)
Address: 310 Jaffe Rd 3rd floor Hong Kong
Death of a husbandcoi3 man4 seui6
December 12, 1968 (aged 69 years)
Note: NSW BDM Index: 40949/1968
Burial of a husbandcoi3 man4 seui6
December 17, 1968 (aged 69 years)
Address: General Section Chinese 4 Grave 650
Cemetery: Rookwood Cemetery
Headstone of Ah Young and Chu Moi
Headstone of Ah Young and Chu Moi

Note: Photo courtesy of Helen Yarad.
Death April 12, 1997 (aged 98 years)
Burial
Address: Chinese Section Rookwood Cemetery
Cemetery: Rookwood Cemetery
Headstone of Ah Young and Chu Moi
Headstone of Ah Young and Chu Moi

Note: Photo courtesy of Helen Yarad.
Family with parents
father
mother
Marriage
Marriage:
herself
Chu Moy
越妹
18991997
Birth: 1899China
Death: April 12, 1997Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Family with coi3 man4 seui6
husband
Choy Mun Seui ("Ah Young")
文粹
18781968
Birth: August 12, 1878Zhagang, Huilong, Gaoyao, Zhaoqing, Guangdong, China
Death: December 12, 1968Newtown, New South Wales, Australia
herself
Chu Moy
越妹
18991997
Birth: 1899China
Death: April 12, 1997Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
son
Obituary of Choy Kam Wing
錦榮
19152003
Birth: August 10, 1915 36 16Zhagang, Huilong, Gaoyao, Zhaoqing, Guangdong, China
Death: August 16, 2003Bankstown, New South Wales, Australia
10 years
daughter
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慧嫻
19252018
Birth: April 20, 1925 46 26
Death: February 7, 2018Hong Kong
son
Private
son
Private
son
Private
daughter
小青
19372019
Birth: February 3, 1937 58 38
Death: January 13, 2019
Birth

As recorded on her gravestone.

Immigration

Within immigration file SP1122/1, N1959/2217 are details listing the first arrival of Moy Chu - via a flight into Sydney on 24 November 1959. A digital copy of Moy's passenger card may be located within series A1225 most likely within items identified as November 1959 boxes 1 to 7 with barcodes 12574109 to 12574115. Unfortunately although these cards are digitised they are not yet indexed. They are also not in alphabetical or date order so are difficult to search. Microfilm copies of plane arrivals for arrivals for these years are held in the Sydney reading room - C3458, 17 - 30 NOVEMBER 1959. When you next visit you may wish to get a copy of Moy Chu's arrival.

Note

No record with Dept of Immigration for any requests to be naturalised. Probably not.

National Archives of Australia National Reference Service

Reference: NAA1000176226

Dear Ms Choy,

Thankyou for your inquiry dated 28 September 2016 regarding the naturalization records of Chu Moy.

We have searched our database Recordsearch without any success. We have also searched our microfiche cards Immigration Naturalisation index, dated 1904-1989, without success.

A further search of a database that the National Archives has access to is created and maintained by the Department of Immigration, Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs and lists most people who have been granted Australian citizenship, from 1904-1994, we did not have any success there either

Burial
Note: Photo courtesy of Helen Yarad.
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