ASAHAN

The Pinangawan Dynasty

GENEALOGY

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1859 – 1888 H.H. Sri Paduka Tuanku Sultan Ahmad Shah ibni al-Marhum Sultan Muhammad Husain Rahmad Shah, Sultan and Yang di-Pertuan Besar of Asahan. b. 1830, eldest son of H.H. Sri Paduka Tuanku Sultan Muhammad Husain Rahmad Shah I ibni al-Marhum Sultan Muhammad ‘Ali Shah, Sultan and Yang di-Pertuan Besar of the State of Asahan, by his first wife, Tengku Sulung, daughter of his uncle, Tengku Tua. Succeeded on the death of his father, 10th February 1859. Installed with the reign name of Sri Paduka Tuanku Sultan Ahmad Shah. Deposed by the Dutch authorities on 27th September 1865, but continued to rule in the interior of the state. Restored and recognised by the government of the NEI, 24th March 1886. m. (first) H.H. Tengku Sulung, eldest daughter of Y.A.M. Tuanku Muhammad Ishaq ibni al-Marhum Tuanku Said Musa Shah, Raja of Kualuh and Leidong and Yang di-Pertuan Muda of Asahan. m. (second) Encik Daeng, a Bugis lady from Riau. He d.s.p. at the Istana Kota Raja Indra Sakti, Tanjung Balai, 27th June 1888 (bur. there at the Great Mosque of Sultan Ahmad Shah) (succ. by his nephew).
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[1865 – 1867 H.H. Sri Paduka Tuanku al-Wathiq Billah al-Sultan Muda Ni’matu’llah Shah ibni al-Marhum al-Sultan Muda Muhammad ‘Abdu’l Haq, Yang di-Pertuan Muda of Asahan and Raja of Kualuh and Leidong. Appointed by the Dutch as provisional ruler of Asahan after they had attempted to depose his brother-in-law, Sultan Ahmad Shah, 29th September1865. Deposed at Asahan, 30th November 1867 – see Indonesia (Kualuh)]
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1888 - 1915 H.H. Sri Paduka Tuanku Sultan Muhammad Husain Rahmad Shah II ibni al-Marhum Tengku Muhammad ‘Adil, Sultan and Yang di-Pertuan of Asahan. b. 1862, as Tengku Ngah Tanjung, eldest son of Tengku Muhammad ‘Adil [Babul] ibni al-Marhum Sultan Muhammad Husain Rahmad Shah, by his first wife, Encik Sri Bulan, educ. privately. Adopted by his childless uncle and appointed as Heir Apparent, 1878. Succeeded on his death, 27th June 1888 (recognised by the NEI government, 6th October 1888). Installed at the Istana Kota Raja Indra Sakti, Tanjung Balai, with the reign name of Sri Paduka Tuanku Sultan Muhammad Husain Rahmad Shah II, 30th August 1890. Rcvd: Knt. of the Order of the Netherlands Lion (1908). m. (first) Y.M. Raja Uteh binti Raja Tengah Muhammad Abu Bakar, eldest daughter of Y.M. Raja Tengah Muhammad Abu Bakar, by his wife, a lady of Arabian origin. m. (second) Siti Zainab, a lady of Arab descent. m. (third) Encik Hitam, a lady from Penang. m. (fourth) Encik Unga [Ongah], a lady from Sungei Kepayang (possibly the same as Hajjah Ainon binti Awang, of Singapore, who was probably the mother of Tengku Jawahir, m. second, Jailani bin Ali, a Javanese, by whom she had further issue). m. (fifth) 1905, H.H. Tengku Zahara binti al-Marhum Tengku Muhammad Yusuf, Tengku Permaisuri (b. 1880; d. 22nd June 1964), daughter of Y.M. Tengku Muhammad Yusuf bin Tengku ‘Abdu’l Jalil, of Johor-Singapore. m. (sixth) Y.M. Tengku Madariah (b. at Nembeh, Deli; d.s.p. 1966). m. (a) Encik Itam. He d. at the Istana Kota Raja Indra Sakti, Tanjung Balai, 7th July 1915 (bur. there at the Great Mosque of Sultan Ahmad Shah), having had issue, eight sons and eight daughters:
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