TURKEY

The Imperial House of Osman

GENEALOGY

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1730 - 1754 H.M. Sultan Mahmud Khan I Ghazi, 24th Sovereign of the House of Osman, Sultan of Sultans, Khan of Khans, Commander of the Faithful and Successor of the Prophet of the Lord of the Universe, Protector of the Holy Cities of Mecca, Medina and Jerusalem, Emperor of the three Cities of Constantinople, Adrianople and Bursa, and of the Cities of Damascus and Cairo, of all Azerbaijan, of the Magris, of Barka, of Kairuan, of Aleppo, of Arabic Iraq and of Ajim, of Basra, of El Hasa, of Dilen, of Raka, of Mosul, of Parthia, of Diyarbakir, of Cicilia, of the Vilayets of Erzurum, of Sivas, of Adana, of Karaman, Van, of Barbary, of Abyssinia, of Tunisia, of Tripoli, of Damascus, of Cyprus, of Rhodes, of Candia, of the Vilayet of the Morea, of the Marmara Sea, the Black Sea and also its coasts, of Anatolia, of Rumelia, Baghdad, Kurdistan, Greece, Turkistan, Tartary, Circassia, of the two regions of Kabarda, of Georgia, of the plain of Kypshak, of the whole country of the Tartars, of Kefa and of all the neighbouring countries, of Bosnia and its dependencies, of the City and Fort of Belgrade, of the Vilayet of Serbia, with all the castles, forts and cities, of all Albania, of all Iflak and Bogdania, as well as all the dependencies and borders, and many others countries and cities. b. at the Adrianople Palace, 2nd August 1696, educ. privately. Became Vali Ahad (Heir Apparent) 4th May 1714. Succeeded on the deposition of his uncle, 1st October 1730. Girded with the sword at the Great Mosque of Eyüb. m. (firstly) Haja 'Ali-Janab Bash Kadin (d. 1775), styled Bash Kadin from 1730. m. (secondly) Aisha Kadin (d. 1746), styled 2nd Kadin from 1730. m. (thirdly) Haja Aisha Kadin (d. 1746). m. (fourthly) Khadija Kadin. m. (fifthly) Razia Kadin. m. (sixthly) Hatim Kadin (d. 1769), styled 2nd Kadin from 1746 to 1754. m. (seventhly) Tiryal Kadin (d. 1789). m. (eighthly) Haja Vard-i-Naz Kadin (d. 16th December 1804). m. (ninthly) Khadija Rami Kadin (m. secondly, ca. 1755, Ibrahim Bey, son of Mustafa Pasha, and d. 16th January 1780). m. (tenthly) Mayasa Khanum, previously styled Bash Iqbal. m. (eleventh) Fahmi Khanum, previously styled 2nd Iqbal. m. (twelfth) Siri Khanum, previously styled Iqbal. m. (thirteenth) Hababi Khanum, previously styled Iqbal. He d.s.p. at the Topkapi Palace, Constantinople, 13th December 1754 (bur. there).
 
1754 - 1757 H.M. Sultan Osman III, 25th Sovereign of the House of Osman, Sultan of Sultans, Khan of Khans, Commander of the Faithful and Successor of the Prophet of the Lord of the Universe, Protector of the Holy Cities of Mecca, Medina and Jerusalem, Emperor of the three Cities of Constantinople, Adrianople and Bursa, and of the Cities of Damascus and Cairo, of all Azerbaijan, of the Magris, of Barka, of Kairuan, of Aleppo, of Arabic Iraq and of Ajim, of Basra, of El Hasa, of Dilen, of Raka, of Mosul, of Parthia, of Diyarbakir, of Cicilia, of the Vilayets of Erzurum, of Sivas, of Adana, of Karaman, Van, of Barbary, of Abyssinia, of Tunisia, of Tripoli, of Damascus, of Cyprus, of Rhodes, of Candia, of the Vilayet of the Morea, of the Marmara Sea, the Black Sea and also its coasts, of Anatolia, of Rumelia, Baghdad, Kurdistan, Greece, Turkistan, Tartary, Circassia, of the two regions of Kabarda, of Georgia, of the plain of Kypshak, of the whole country of the Tartars, of Kefa and of all the neighbouring countries, of Bosnia and its dependencies, of the City and Fort of Belgrade, of the Vilayet of Serbia, with all the castles, forts and cities, of all Albania, of all Iflak and Bogdania, as well as all the dependencies and borders, and many others countries and cities. b. at the Adrianople Palace, 3rd January 1699, educ. privately. Became Vali Ahad (Heir Apparent) 2nd October 1730. Succeeded on the death of his cousin, 13th December 1754. Girded with the sword at the Great Mosque of Eyüb, 14th December 1754. m. (firstly) Layla Bash Kadin Effendi (m. secondly, 1757, Haji Muhammad Amin Bey, by whom she had issue, and d. 1794). m. (secondly) … m. (thirdly) Zavki Kadin (d. 1757). m. (fourthly) Farhunda Amina Kadin (d. 1791). He d.s.p. at the Topkapi Palace, Constantinople, 30th January 1757 (bur. there at the New Mosque).
 
1757 - 1774 H.M. Sultan Mustafa Khan III Ghazi Jihangir, 26th Sovereign of the House of Osman, Sultan of Sultans, Khan of Khans, Commander of the Faithful and Successor of the Prophet of the Lord of the Universe, Protector of the Holy Cities of Mecca, Medina and Jerusalem, Emperor of the three Cities of Constantinople, Adrianople and Bursa, and of the Cities of Damascus and Cairo, of all Azerbaijan, of the Magris, of Barka, of Kairuan, of Aleppo, of Arabic Iraq and of Ajim, of Basra, of El Hasa, of Dilen, of Raka, of Mosul, of Parthia, of Diyarbakir, of Cicilia, of the Vilayets of Erzurum, of Sivas, of Adana, of Karaman, Van, of Barbary, of Abyssinia, of Tunisia, of Tripoli, of Damascus, of Cyprus, of Rhodes, of Candia, of the Vilayet of the Morea, of the Marmara Sea, the Black Sea and also its coasts, of Anatolia, of Rumelia, Baghdad, Kurdistan, Greece, Turkistan, Tartary, Circassia, of the two regions of Kabarda, of Georgia, of the plain of Kypshak, of the whole country of the Tartars, of Kefa and of all the neighbouring countries, of Bosnia and its dependencies, of the City and Fort of Belgrade, of the Vilayet of Serbia, with all the castles, forts and cities, of all Albania, of all Iflak and Bogdania, as well as all the dependencies and borders, and many others countries and cities. b. at the Adrianople Palace, 18th January 1717, educ. privately. Became Vali Ahad (Heir Apparent) 22nd December 1756. Succeeded on the death of his cousin, 30th January 1757. Girded with the sword at the Great Mosque of Eyüb. m. (firstly) Ayn ul-Hayat Bash Kadin Effendi (b. 1726; d. 21st July 1764), styled Bash Kadin Effendi from 30th January 1757. m. (secondly) Fahima Kadin Effendi (d. 1761). m. (thirdly) 1760, H.H. Mihr-i-Shah Valide Sultana (b. 1745; d. 16th October 1805), styled 2nd Kadin Effendi from 1761, Bash Kadin Effendi from 21st July 1764, and Valide Sultana 7th April 1789. m. (fourthly) Rifat Kadin Effendi (b. 1744; d. January 1804), styled 2nd Kadin Effendi from 21st July 1764. m. (fifthly) Aisha Adil-Shah Kadin Effendi  (b. 1748; d. 19th December 1803). m. (sixthly) Binnaz Kadin Effendi (d. May 1823). He d. at the Topkapi Palace, Constantinople, 21st January 1774 (bur. there), having had issue two sons and ten daughters:
 
1774 - 1789 H.M. Sultan 'Abdu'l-Hamid Khan I Ghazi, 27th Sovereign of the House of Osman, Sultan of Sultans, Khan of Khans, Commander of the Faithful and Successor of the Prophet of the Lord of the Universe, Protector of the Holy Cities of Mecca, Medina and Jerusalem, Emperor of the three Cities of Constantinople, Adrianople and Bursa, and of the Cities of Damascus and Cairo, of all Azerbaijan, of the Magris, of Barka, of Kairuan, of Aleppo, of Arabic Iraq and of Ajim, of Basra, of El Hasa, of Dilen, of Raka, of Mosul, of Parthia, of Diyarbakir, of Cicilia, of the Vilayets of Erzurum, of Sivas, of Adana, of Karaman, Van, of Barbary, of Abyssinia, of Tunisia, of Tripoli, of Damascus, of Cyprus, of Rhodes, of Candia, of the Vilayet of the Morea, of the Marmara Sea, the Black Sea and also its coasts, of Anatolia, of Rumelia, Baghdad, Kurdistan, Greece, Turkistan, Tartary, Circassia, of the two regions of Kabarda, of Georgia, of the plain of Kypshak, of the whole country of the Tartars, of Kefa and of all the neighbouring countries, of Bosnia and its dependencies, of the City and Fort of Belgrade, of the Vilayet of Serbia, with all the castles, forts and cities, of all Albania, of all Iflak and Bogdania, as well as all the dependencies and borders, and many others countries and cities. b. at Constantinople, 20th March 1725, educ. privately. Became Vali Ahad (Heir Apparent) 25th January 1771. Succeeded on the death of his elder brother, 21st January 1774. Girded with the sword at the Great Mosque of Eyüb. m. (firstly) m. Aisha Bash Kadin Effendi  (d. 1775), styled Bash Kadin Effendi from 21st January 1774. m. (secondly) Huma-Shah Bash Kadin Effendi (d. 1778), styled Bash Kadin Effendi from 1775. m. (thirdly) Hajiya Khadija Ruh-Shah Bash Kadin Effendi (d. 1807), styled Bash Kadin Effendi from 1778 to 7th April 1789. m. (fourthly) Binnaz Kadin Effendi (d. May 1823), styled 2nd Kadin. m. (fifthly) Mutabir Kadin Effendi. m. (sixthly) Misl-i-Nayab Kadin Effendi (d. 1818). m. (seventhly) Navraz Kadin Effendi (d. April 1797), styled 3nd Kadin Effendi. m. (eighthly) Mihrban Kadin Effendi (b. 1762; d. 1828/1829), styled 3nd Kadin Effendi. m. (ninthly) Fatima Shabzafar Kadin Effendi (b. 1769; d.  1805), styled 4th Kadin Effendi. m. (tenthly) Mahtab Kadin Effendi (d. 1807), styled 4th Kadin Effendi. m. (eleventhly) 1776, H.H. Aisha Sina Parvar, Valide Sultana (b. 1761; d. 11th December 1828), styled Valide Sultana from 29th May 1807. m. (twelfth) Dil-Pazir Kadin Effendi (d. 1809). m. (thirteenth) 1783, H.H. Naksh-i-Dil Valide Sultan (b. 1768; d. at Constantinople, 28th August 1817), styled Valide Sultana from 28th July 1808. m. (fourteenth) Nushatzaza Khanum Effendi (d. 4th June 1850). m. (fifteenth) Aisha Khanum Effendi (d. 1825). m. (sixteenth) Roshan Iqbal. He d. at Constantinople, 7th April 1789 (bur. Mausoleom of 'Abdu'l Hamid, Bakchekapi), having had issue eleven sons and seventeen daughters:
 
1789 - 1807 H.M. Sultan Salim Khan III Ghazi Ilhami , 28th Sovereign of the House of Osman, Sultan of Sultans, Khan of Khans, Commander of the Faithful and Successor of the Prophet of the Lord of the Universe, Protector of the Holy Cities of Mecca, Medina and Jerusalem, Emperor of the three Cities of Constantinople, Adrianople and Bursa, and of the Cities of Damascus and Cairo, of all Azerbaijan, of the Magris, of Barka, of Kairuan, of Aleppo, of Arabic Iraq and of Ajim, of Basra, of El Hasa, of Dilen, of Raka, of Mosul, of Parthia, of Diyarbakir, of Cicilia, of the Vilayets of Erzurum, of Sivas, of Adana, of Karaman, Van, of Barbary, of Abyssinia, of Tunisia, of Tripoli, of Damascus, of Cyprus, of Rhodes, of Candia, of the Vilayet of the Morea, of the Marmara Sea, the Black Sea and also its coasts, of Anatolia, of Rumelia, Baghdad, Kurdistan, Greece, Turkistan, Tartary, Circassia, of the two regions of Kabarda, of Georgia, of the plain of Kypshak, of the whole country of the Tartars, of Kefa and of all the neighbouring countries, of Bosnia and its dependencies, of the City and Fort of Belgrade, of the Vilayet of Serbia, with all the castles, forts and cities, of all Albania, of all Iflak and Bogdania, as well as all the dependencies and borders, and many others countries and cities. b. at Constantinople, 24th December 1761, educ. privately. Succeeded on the death of his uncle, 7th April 1789. Girded with the sword at the Great Mosque of Eyüb. Founded the Imperial Order of the Red Crescent, 1799. Deposed by a conspiracy instigated by the Janissaries, 29th May 1807. m. (firstly) Nafiza Bash Kadin Effendi (b. 1770; d. 30th May 1792), styled Bash Kadin Effendi from 7th April 1789. m. (secondly) Husn-I-Mah Bash Kadin Effendi  (b. 1772; d. 1814), styled Bash Kadin Effendi from 30th May 1792 to 28th July 1808. m. (thirdly) Zib-i-Far Kadin Effendi  (b. 1773; d. at Constantinople, May 1817), styled 3rd Kadin Effendi from 1789, and 2nd Kadin Effendi from 30th May 1792 to 28th July 1808. m. (fourthly) m. Afitab Kadin Effendi (b. 1773; d. 1807), styled 4th Kadin Effendi from 1789, and 3rd Kadin Effendi from 30th May 1792 to 28th July 1808. m. (fifthly) Rifat Kadin Effendi (b. 1780; d. 22nd October 1867). m. (sixthly) Nur-i-Shams Kadin Effendi (b. 1781; d. May 1826). m. (seventhly) Dimhosh Kadin Effendi (d. 1807). m. (eighthly) Gonja-Nigar Kadin Effendi (d. 1807). m. (ninthly) Mahbuba Kadin Effendi (d. 1806). m. (tenthly) Tab-i-Zafar Kadin Effendi (d. 1854). m. (eleventhly) Mihrban Khanum Effendi (m. secondly, Haji Sa'adu'llah Agha), an Egyptian lady, previously styled Iqbal. m. (twelfth) Nafisa Khanum Effendi (d. 1809), previously styled Iqbal. m. (thirteenth) Pakiza Khanum Effendi, previously styled Iqbal. m. (fourteenth) Fatima Fir-i-Jahan Khanum Effendi (m. secondly, Muhammad Munir Effendi), previously styled Iqbal. m. (fifteenth) Ayn-i-Safa Khanum Effendi, previously styled Iqbal. m. (sixthly) Maryam Khanum Effendi (d. 1807), previously styled Iqbal. He was k. (strangled on the orders of Mustafa IV) (s.p.) at Constantinople, 28th July 1808 (bur. there).
 
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