Every time I poke around in series NAA: SP42/1, I find something new and interesting that I hadn’t noticed before.
Today’s find is a photograph of the family of Ah Yin (or Ah Yen), who was a storekeeper at Adelong in southern New South Wales, and his wife, Ah Hoo (or Ah How). The family, with six children, left for China in 1897.
The file NAA: SP42/1, C1916/7308 PART 1 relates to a request for one of the Ah Yin daughters, Sarah (b. 1890), to be permitted to return to Australia in 1910.
More on Sarah Ah Yen’s return to Australia from the Sydney Morning Herald, 10 April 1915.