I found updated maps of Hakka Villages in the area of which my great grandfather came from. This is a continuation of another post that I did:
There is a Jamaican Chinese website that has put together a database of thier tombstones, surnames, and home villages. They also have a map that list the hakka villages. Another interesting thing is that there are ‘Chuck’ that went to Jamaica. My dad’s mother’s name is Chock (same). Another area to explore.
https://mapalist.com/Public/pm.aspx?mapid=414030 You can find Ki Piang on the map of a Hakka Village:
I found a bigger picture from the book “JAMAICAN CHINESE WORLDWIDE – ONE FAMILY” by Patrick & Lorraine Lee”
It has a legend to find Ki Piang: It is on the left page about 3/4 page up above Gon Lan. You see Kee Piang.
I found this 1866 map
It doesn’t show Kee Piang but it does show Kon Lan
I thought this was cool. A little more verification on the location of this Hakka Village that Wung Sam Sing came from.