Alfred Ernest Ablong (not to be confused with his son who bore the same name) came to Hong Kong in 1902 with his parents John Ablong and Emma (nee Ah Kin) and his five brothers and sisters.
In 1915 he married Mabel Agnes Elizabeth Cotton, a Hong Kong woman of English extraction.
He is described as having been 'killed during the Japanese occupation of Hong Kong' so I have put a notional date of December 31 for his death, which is established as 1941. He was presumably the Air Raid Precautions worker listed in Tony Banham's Hong Kong War Diary -http://www.hongkongwardiary.com/searchgarrison/uniformedcivilians.html
Peter Hall, In The Web, 2012 edition, 184
Note: these documents, arising frrm an immigration dispute and available online, are a good source for Mr. Ablong and his father (John) in the period 1912-1914:
Note: For the uncertainty as to the fate of the Ablong brothers in the war see