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Ng family history....

Ng family history....

Sally (View posts)
Posted: 12 Jul 2000 9:35PM GMT
Hi everyone! I need help figuring out my family tree. I think my great-grandmother's name is Luk Won Ng and she passed on in 1980. I'm trying to find any connections to her, especially her father and uncle who were in the U.S. I think one of their first names is Wing, but I'm not sure. Please help!

Ng Family

Karl Ho (View posts)
Posted: 17 Aug 2000 10:06PM GMT
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. Some of their ancestors moved to Hankou (Hankow), Hubei (Hupei), China. Do you know which part of China was your grandmother from?

Ng connection...

Sally (View posts)
Posted: 19 Aug 2000 12:12AM GMT
My great-grandmother is also from Guangdong, China. She was from the Tai San (not sure if spelling is correct) village. Does your wife have family here? Nearly all of my relatives reside in the U.S., but I don't know many of them at all.

Ng Family

Karl Ho (View posts)
Posted: 21 Aug 2000 7:54PM GMT
My wife has a sister in Salt Lake City, Utah. Well, I believe that there should be no connection between my wife and your family at this generation level. But who knows? Chinese saying: "May be the same family 500 years ago." Keep in touch.

NG Family

Davis Ng (View posts)
Posted: 30 Oct 2000 10:23AM GMT
Hi Sally,
What is your dialet and where are you from? Hope to hear from you soon!

Regards,
Ng.

Ng link....

Sally (View posts)
Posted: 1 Nov 2000 9:24PM GMT
Dear Davis,
My father speaks Cantonese, but his family speaks Tai San, which is from a village in Canton. Most of his family is from Tai San, although many of them left China many generations ago for America, South America, Canada, and perhaps other countries that I'm unsure of. Let me know if you think you may be a link. Thanks for replying!
Sincerely,
Sally

Ng link....

Sally (View posts)
Posted: 1 Nov 2000 9:25PM GMT
Dear Davis,
My father speaks Cantonese, but his family speaks Tai San, which is from a village in Canton. Most of his family is from Tai San, although many of them left China many generations ago for America, South America, Canada, and perhaps other countries that I'm unsure of. Let me know if you think you may be a link. Thanks for replying!
Sincerely,
Sally

Hey - Am a NG too

Cynthia Ng (View posts)
Posted: 5 Nov 2000 9:58PM GMT
Hi Sally,
I do not know are we in a same family. But it is always feel it warm when you know somebody out there speaks Tai San.
Well, my surname is Ng, and we speak Tai San. But then, I don't live in the states but then Malaysia.

If you think we can bloom the friendship, well, hey - let's communicate.

Re: Ng link....

Posted: 13 Feb 2011 7:47PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: NG
My father was from the district of Tai Shan. His family name is Ng.. He was born there in 1914. My father passed away many years ago and I am trying to locate any of the Ng family.

Re: Ng link....

Posted: 13 Feb 2011 7:53PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: ng
Sally, My fathers family is from the Tai Shan district. Many of them came to the United States many years ago. My father was born in 1914. I am trying to locate any realaties that might be fron there. My father passed away many years ago
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