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Lum Poon

Lum Poon was born to Lep Yow (father) and Chew Shee (mother) in 1878 at Oakland, California. He left for China in 1881 . He returned on the steamship China and arrived in San Francisco on July 20, 1890. The Collector of the Port of San Francisco refused permission for his landing. Georg C. Lew, brother, petitioned for a Writ of Habeas Corpus on July 24, 1890. A bond was posted. Ward McAllister, Jr. Special Referee and Examiner, recommended discharge on August 21, 1890. Detainee was represented by Thomas Riordan. On February 4, 1891 , an Order of Discharge allowed him to remain in the country.

Chin Jin

Chin Jin was born to Chin Hay Wing (father) and Wong Shee(mother) in 1871 at Oakland, California . He left for China on February 25, 1882. He returned on the steamship City of Peking and arrived in San Francisco on August 20, 1890. The Collector of the Port of San Francisco refused permission for his landing. Liew Fook petitioned for a Writ of Habeas Corpus on August 21, 1890 . A bond was posted. Ward McAllister, Jr. Special Referee and Examiner, recommended remanding on August 3, 1891 . Detainee was represented by Alfred Ricketts . On August 3, 1891, an Order of Remand ordered the detainee out of the country.

Fong Jung Kee

Fong Jung Kee was born to Fong Quai Chin (father) and Lum Shee (mother) in 1863 at Alvarado, California.. He returned on the steamship Oceanic and arrived in San Francisco on August 30, 1890. The Collector of the Port of San Francisco refused permission for his landing. Fong Quan, cousin, petitioned for a Writ of Habeas Corpus on September 2, 1890. A bond was posted. Ward McAllister, Jr. Special Referee and Examiner, recommended discharge on May 7, 1891 . Detainee was represented by Thomas Riordan. On May 9, 1891, an Order of Discharge allowed him to remain in the country.

Fong Dai Quong

Fong Dai Quong was born to Fong Chew (father) and Go See (mother) in 1873 at Alvarado, California. He left for China on October 25, 1881 on the steamship City of Tokyo . He returned on the steamship Oceanic and arrived in San Francisco on August 30, 1890. The Collector of the Port of San Francisco refused permission for his landing. Fong Quai Leong, cousin, petitioned for a Writ of Habeas Corpus on September 2, 1890. A bond was posted. Ward McAllister, Jr. Special Referee and Examiner, recommended discharge on July 23, 1891 . Detainee was represented by Alfred Ricketts. On July 23, 1891, an Order of Discharge allowed him to remain in the country.