KELANTAN

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Andi 'Ali [Raja Andak][Pakih Ali], son of a Bugis adventurer who arrived and settled in Patani ca. 1640, by his wife, a daughter of the Sri Biji di-Raja of Patani. m. (first) Wan Teja, daughter of the Laksamana, of Kota Tinggi, Johor. m. (second) Inche' Dewi, daughter of To' Majid. He had issue, five sons:
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1721 - 1734 Paduka Sri Sultan Long Bahar ibni al-Marhum Wan Daim, Raja of Jembal (North Kelantan) and Patani, son of Wan Daim bin Wan Nik Badr us-Salam, Dato' Pengkalan Tua and Dato' Jambu of Patani. Styled Laksamana and Tuan Long Besar before his accession. Succeeded his father-in-law, as Regent 1715. Became Raja of Patani soon afterwards, but was expelled by Raja Bendang Badan in 1716. Succeeded on the death of his grand father-in-law, as Raja of Kelantan-Utara (Jembal), before 22nd October 1721. Assumed the title of Sultan. m. (first) Raja Mas Kelantan, Raja Perempuan of Patani (d. 1707), daughter of Raja Bakar [Kampung Teluk], Raja of Patani. m. (second) Raja Pah binti Raja Sakti, daughter of Raja Sakti II bin Raja Umar, Raja of Kelantan.  He d. before 23rd May 1734 (bur. Kota Bharu), having had issue, one son and two daughters:
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1734 - 1739 Paduka Sri Raja Long Sulaiman ibni al-Marhum Sultan Long Bahar, Raja of Jembal (North Kelantan) - see below.
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1739 - 1746 Interregnum?
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1734-1739 and 1746-1756 Paduka Sri Raja Long Sulaiman ibni al-Marhum Sultan Long Bahar, Raja of Jembal (North Kelantan), eldest son of Paduka Sri Sultan Long Bahar ibni al-Marhum Raja Daim, Raja of Jembal (North Kelantan) and Patani, by his first wife, Raja Mas Kelantan, Raja Perempuan of Patani. Succeeded on the death of his father, 1734. Deposed by his cousin, 1739. Restored 1746 and deposed again by his son-in-law, 1756. He d. 1798, having had issue, one son and two daughters:
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1756 - 1758 Paduka Sri Raja Long Pandak* ibni al-Marhum Tuan Sulong, Raja of Kelantan, son of Tuan Sulung bin Wan Daim, Dato' Kelantan-Barat (West Kelantan). Succeeded as ruler of Kelantan-Barat (West Kelantan), ca. 1717. Granted the title of Dato' Sri Maharaja by Sultan Sulaiman of Johor, 7th January 1741. Recognised as ruler of Kelantan by his brother-in-law, Long Derahman, and installed at Fort Kubang Labu, 1756. m. Tuan Engku (Tengku) Tengah (k. by her husband who suspected her fidelity, at Fort Kubang Labu, Kelantan, 1758), daughter of Tuan Long Nik bin Wan Daim, Datu Pujud, of Rehman, in Patani. He was k. by his father-in-law, in retaliation for murdering his consort, at Fort Kubang Labu, Kelantan, 4th September 1758.
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1758 - 1763 Paduka Sri Raja Long Muhammad* ibni al-Marhum Tuan Sulong, Raja of Kelantan, son of Tuan Sulung bin Wan Daim, Dato' Kelantan Barat. Appointed Heir Apparent by his brother, with the title of Raja Muda, 1756. Proclaimed as Raja of Kelantan by Long Derahman, at Fort Kubang Labu, before 4th September 1758. Expelled from Kubang Labu by Long Yunus, before 12th July 1763.
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*Some accounts reverse the names of these two rulers.
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