TURKEY

The Imperial House of Osman

GENEALOGY

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1807 - 1808 H.M. Sultan Mustafa IV, 29th 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, 8th September 1779, educ. privately. Succeeded on the deposition of his cousin, 29th May 1807. Girded with the sword at the Great Mosque of Eyüb. Deposed in favour of his younger half-brother, 28th July1808. m. (firstly) Savk-i-Nur Bash Kadin Effendi (b. 1784; d. 1812). m. (secondly) m. Dilpazir Kadin Effendi (b. 1784; d. 1809). m. (thirdly) Sayara Kadin Effendi (b. 1786; d. 1817). m. (fourthly) Paik-i-Dil Kadin Effendi (k. o the orders of Sultan Mahmud II, 29th July 1808). He was k. at the Topkapi Palace, Constantinople, 16th November 1808 (bur. there), having had issue a posthumous son and daughter:
 
1808 - 1839 H.M. Sultan Mahmud Khan II Ghazi Adli, 30th 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 Topkapi Palace, Constantinople, 20th July 1785, educ. privately. Became Vali Ahad (Heir Apparent) 29th May 1807. Succeeded on the deposition of his elder half-brother, 28th July 1808. Girded with the sword at the Great Mosque of Eyüb. m. (first) Fatima Bash Kadin Effendi (d. February 1809). m. (second) 'Ali-Janab Bash Kadin Effendi (d. 1839). m. (third) Hajira Partav-Piyala Navifidan Bash Kadin Effendi (b. 4th January 1793; d. 25th December 1855). m. (fourth) Misl-i-Nayab Kadin Effendi (d. 1825). m. (fifth) Kamari Kadin Effendi (d. 1825). m. (sixth) Abr-i-Raftar Kadin Effendi (d. 1825). m. (seventh) Zarnigar Kadin Effendi (d. 1832), 4th Iqbal from 23rd May 1826, later promoted to 7th Kadin Effendi, and 2nd Kadin Effendi. m. (eighth) 1822, H.H. Bazm-i-Alam Valida Sultana (b. 1807; d. at the Dolma Bahche Palace, Constantinople, 2nd May 1853), a Georgia lady, styled 3rd Kadin Effendi from 1822, 2nd Kadin Effendi from 1832, and Valida Sultana from 1st July 1839. m. (ninth) 1809, Ashub-i-Jahan Kadin Effendi (b. 1793; d. 10th June 1870). m. (tenth) Vuzlat Kadin Effendi (d. 1830). m. (eleventh) Nur-i-Tab Kadin Effendi (b. 1810; d. 2nd January 1886). m. (twelfth) 1811, Hajiya Khushair Kadin Effendi (d.at Mecca, 1859). m. (thirteenth) Parviz Falak Kadin Effendi (d. 21st September 1863). m. (fourteenth) Husn-i-Malika Khanum Effendi (b. 1812; d. October 1886), previously styled Bash Iqbal. m. (fifteenth) Zayn-i-Falak Khanum Effendi (d. 20th december 1842), previously styled 2nd Iqbal. m. (sixteenth) Labriz Falak Khanum Effendi (b. 1810; d. 9th February 1865), previously styled 4th Iqbal. m. (seventeenth) 1826, Tiryal Khanum Effendi (b. 1810; d. 1883), previously styled 3rd Iqbal. m. (eighteenth) 1829, H.M. Partav-Nihal, the Valida Sultana (b. 1812; d. at the Dolma Bahche Palace, Constantinople, 5th February 1883), rcvd: the Nishan-i-Osmani, a Circassian, previously styled 2nd Iqbal, 5th Kadin Effendi and Valida Sultana from 25th June 1861 to 30th May 1876, sister of H.H. Khushiar Khanum Effendimiz, the Valida Pasha and mother of H.H. Ismail Pasha, Khedive of Egypt, etc. GCB, GCSI. (f) Gul-Kamal. m. (n) Parastav (b. April 1803; d. 16th February 1866). He was k. at the Palace of Asma Sultana, Chamlija, 1st July 1839 (bur. at the Mausoleum of Sultan Mahmud, Divanyulu), having had issue, twenty two sons and twenty one daughters:
 
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