JELEBU

The Paggaruyung Dynasty

GENEALOGY

THE YANG DI-PERTUAN MUDAS

1820 – 18xx H.H. Paduka Sri Sultan Ahmad Shah ibni-al-Marhum Tunku Singkul, Yang di-Pertuan Muda of Jelebu. b. as Tunku Sabun, elder son of Y.M. Tunku Singkul bin Raja Adil, of Sri Menanti, by his first wife, Cik Trima. Appointed as his the YDP Besar's Wakil or representative in Jelebu, he subsequently opposed the accession of Raja Lenggang in 1820 and proclaimed himself as Yang di-Pertuan Muda in Jelebu. m. Cik Puan Melang. He d. 18xx, having had issue, one son and two daughters:
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18xx - 1872 Y.A.M. Tunku Yahya ibni al-Marhum Sultan Ahmad Shah, Yang di-Pertuan Muda of Jelebu, only surviving son of H.H. Paduka Sri Sultan Ahmad Shah ibni al-Marhum Tunku Singkul, Yang di-Pertuan Muda of Jelebu, by his wife, Cik Puan Melang. Succeeded on the death of his father. m. Cik Puan Hitam. He d. while watching a cock fight, ca. 1872 (bur. at Kampong Batu Serambai), having had issue, two sons and one daughter:
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1872 - 1875 Y.A.M. Tuanku Etet ibni al-Marhum Tunku Yahya, Yang di-Pertuan Muda of Jelebu, elder son of Tunku Yahya ibni al-Marhum Sultan Ahmad Shah, Yang di-Pertuan Muda of Jelebu, by his wife, Cik Hitam. Succeeded on the death of his father, ca. 1872. He d. at Kampong Batu Serambai, 1875 (bur. there).
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1875 - 1884 Y.A.M. Tuanku ‘Abdu’llah ibni al-Marhum Tuanku Nasir ud-din, Yang di-Pertuan Muda of Jelebu, fourth son of Y.M.M. Paduka Sri Tuanku Nasir ud-din ibni al-Marhum Raja ‘Ali [Radin], Yang di-Pertuan Besar of Negri Sembilan, by his first wife, Y.A.M. Tunku Tenuk [Sabuh] binti al-Marhum Sultan Ahmad Shah, daughter of H.H. Paduka Sri Sultan Ahmad Shah ibni al-Marhum Tunku Singkul, Yang di-Pertuan Muda of Jelebu. Appointed by his half-brother, Tuanku Antah, in succession to his childless cousin, 1875. Entered into treaty relations with the British, 26th April 1877. Deposed by the Dato’ Penghulu and nobles of the state in 1880. His deposition was recognised by treaty dated 24th August 1883, in which he agreed to take no active part in the government and to reside permanently outside the state. m. (first) Inche’ Puan Labu (d. at Jelebu, 21st April 1924). m. (second) Inche’ Puan ... He d. at Jelebu, 13th December 1884 (bur. at Kampong Batu Serambai), having had issue, six sons and four daughters:
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1884 - 1886 Y.A.M Tengku Nambul ibni al-Marhum Yam Tuan Tuanku ‘Abdu’llah, Yang di-Pertuan Muda of Jelebu, eldest son of Y.A.M. Tuanku ‘Abdu’llah ibni al-Marhum Tuanku Nasir ud-din, Yang di-Pertuan Muda of Jelebu, by his wife, Inche Puan Labu, educ. privately. Appointed to succeed his father as 5th Yang di-Pertuan Muda of Jelebu by the the Yang di-Pertuan Besar Antah of Sri Menanti, December 1884. However, this was in contravention of the wishes of the Jelebu Penghulu and other nobles, who subsequently petitioned the British protectorate authorities for the abolition of the office (confirmed by the British Resident, March 1886). Granted a political pension for himself and his family. m. Y.M. Tunku Mohani binti Tunku Muda (m. second, Y.M. Tengku Ma’amor bin Tengku Haji ‘Abdu’l Kadir, by whom she had further issue). m. Y.M. Tunku Lebar, sister of Raja Alang and Raja Jaafar. He had issue, including three sons and a daughter:
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