160-year-old Thomson Road grave to make way for expressway, but no one knows who lies in it

(From left) Charles Goh, Raymond Goh and Then Kim Yuan at the site of a 160-year-old grave off Thomson Road that dates back to 1859. PHOTOS: COURTESY OF RAYMOND GOH
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SINGAPORE - An almost 160-year-old grave sits on a hillock in Thomson but no one knows for sure who lies in it.

Sited off Thomson Road and behind the Lee Ah Mooi Old Age Home, it dates back to 1859.

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