Liang Pao Shi
1890 CEM Christmas Reunion, LaFargue Collection
| Liang Pushi 梁普时 |
| Leang Poo She1 |
Liang Poo She
Liang Poo Shi2
Liang Por Shi3
| Liang Zifeng 梁子丰 |
| 2 |
| 57 |
| 1861 |
| Xi Guan (now, Li Wan) District of Guangzhou 广州 西关 (今荔湾区)4 |
| 11 (Lunar Calendar) |
| Shanghai |
| Northampton, MA |
| Misses Isabel G. & Harriet M. Clark, 58 Elm Street, Northampton, MA |
| Northampton High School |
| Tianjin Naval School 天津水师学堂 |
| Served in Torpedo section of Dagu Forts 大沽 ; later left to join Peking-Mukden (Shenyang) Railway; telegraph and mining industry. |
| Navy/Railway/Telegraph/Mining |
| Liang Huannan 梁焕南5 |
| Cui (surname) 崔氏 |
| Died before marriage. |
| Younger brother of Liang Pao Chew (Liang Puzhao 梁普照 II, 58). |
| For relationship to elder brother’s descendants, see under Liang Pao Chew (Liang Puzhao 梁普照 II, 58). |
1. Springfield Daily Republican, 26 July 1873, 3.
2. Hampshire Gazette, 5 Aug 1873, p. 2.
3. U.S. Census, Northampton, 1880.
4. Chinese sources give "Panyu, Guandong" 番禺 ⼴ 东 as place of origin for both Liang Pao Shi and his elder brother Liang Pao Chew (Liang Puzhao 梁普照 II, 58). Liang Pao Shi, Liang Pao Chew and Jeme Tien Yau (Zhan Tianyou 詹天佑 I , 15) are known by modern historians as “The Three Boy Students From Xi Guan, Guangzhou.”
NB: According to Tang Haoming 唐浩明, Zhang Zhidong 张之洞 (People’s Literature Press), Vol 2, pp. 330-348, Liang Pushi worked for Governor Zhang Zhi Dong's mechanized coal mining project at Ma An Shan 马鞍山 in the Wuchang 武昌 area with another student, Chen Niannai 陈念乃, said to have been a CEM student, but whose name cannot be found on any list of CEM students. This career of Liang Pushi and the identity of Chen Niannai await further investigation.
5. "…was in the tea and silk businesses in Shanghai and Jiujiang." Rhoads (2011), p. 28.