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To Angel Koch,

I am replying to your query for a lost person, which I saw on the Britain-Burma Society's Lost Relatives web page (http://shwepla.net/Misspers.mv). You said:

I am seeking my Burmese cousins. They will be the grandchildren of the

late Honerable Sir U Ba (Born circa 1873, died 4th June 1937 at Maymyo

Burma Administration Ltd.) and his wife the late Dame Mya Bwin Ba both

of 26 Park Avenue Rangoon Burma. Grandad, Maung Ba, became 1st grade

Head Constable, Burma Police in January 1919. On the 8th Juluy 1926 The

KING (George V)was pleased to appoint Maung Ba, Esq., K.S.M., to be one

of the Judges of the High Court of Judicature at Rangoon. On the 24

December 1931 The KING was pleased to appoint U Ba, Judge of the High

Court of Judicature at Rangoon, to be a Member of the Executive Council

of the Governor of Burma.On 1st January 1932 Mr. Justice U Ba, K.S.M.,

retired from the Court on 1st January, 1932, on appointment as Member of

the Executive Council of the Governor of Burma.

And then on the 1st January 1934 The KING was pleased, by Letters Patent

under the Great Seal of the Realm, bearing date the 12th instant, to

confer the dignity of Knighthood upon U Ba, K.S.M., Member of the

Executive Council of the Governor of Burma. He died 4th June 1937 aged

about 64.

My father Maung Maung Gale (William Gale) was their son and I believe he

had at least 1 older sister (maybe Mary)and 1 older brother (maybe


Maybe I can help a bit.
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