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E.A.C.van Wulven 1874-1921
Posted by: Karel Kuymans (ID *****3838) Date: January 28, 2004 at 10:49:48
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Edward van Wulven came from Holland to Singapore in 1874 and died there in 1921.He worked in the office of a textilescompany Hooglandt&Co, later as an interpretor and translator for both the Brit&Foreign Bible Society and the Courts in Singapore. Probably married to a Eurasian they had at least 4 daughters, names unknown.Help wanted to identify any details known this family. Edwards grave was found at Bidadari just before the christian graveyard was dissolved last year.


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