I will be visitng Hong Kong in September and would like to find my grandfather and garndmother's graves (both on my Dad's & Mum's sides) they are buried in the Happy Valley or as it is now known the Hong Kong Cemetery. My grandfather's would have been buried in 1941 & 1946 respectively.
I would appreciate it if you would contact me and advise me how I go about finding them as their graves may have been moved when the Aberdeen tunnel or associated roads were built.
You can inquire at the cemetery office. Walk into the cemetery gate, turn immediately left, and turn left again at the next turn: the office is in the building under the overpass. The main door is on the side facing the road. They are very helpful and speak English. (Note: the office is closed Sundays.)
If their graves were located in the area of the Aberdeen Tunnel construction, their remains would have been moved to a columbarium building within the cemetery grounds. The columbarium was built for the purpose of housing relocated graves from the tunnel construction.