MALACCA-JOHOR

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1488 - 1528 H.H. Paduka Sri Sultan Mahmud Shah I ibni al-Marhum Sultan 'Ala ud-din Ri'ayat Shah Shah, al-Mu'azzam al-Malik al-Mukarram zilallah fi'l Alam, Sultan of Malacca and of Johor, second son of Paduka Sri Sultan 'Ala ud-din Ri'ayat Shah I ibni al-Marhum Sultan Mansur Shah, Khalifat ul-Mukminin Zilu'llah fil'Alam, Sultan of Malacca, by his first wife, Tun Senaja, educ. privately. Appointed as Heir Apparent in preference to his elder and twice-royal half-brother. Succeeded on the death of his father, 1488. Reigned under the Regency of his grandfather until he came of age. Subdued Perak, Kelantan and Pasai to his authority and forced Pahang to accept his suzerainty. He eschewed any allegiance to Java and Siam 1493, defeated the latter at Pulau Pisang 1500 and repulsed an invasion of Pahang under the command of the Raja of Ligor in 1509. Received the first Portuguese captain, Diogo Lopes de Sequeira, in Malacca on 11th September 1509, but ordered his execution. Abdicated in favour of his son in 1510 and thereafter retired to Kaya Ara, removing to Batu Hampar after the Portuguese conquest of Malacca, then fleeing to Pahang with his son in 1512. Resumed full control over administrative powers after killing his son, the Sultan Muda Ahmad, in 1513. Established his capital at Bintan but later established his seat at Kampar in Sumatra, after being driven out of Kopak by the Portuguese in 1526. m. (first) at Malacca, ca 1493, Raja Wati, Raja Perempuan (k. on the orders of her husband, for no reason, when he was intoxicated by opium, before 1513), daughter of his uncle, Paduka Sri Sultan Muhammad Shah ibni al-Marhum Sultan Mansur Shah, Sultan of Pahang, by whom he had issue one son and two daughters. m. (second) at Malacca, 1494, Tun Teja Ratna Manggala, daughter of the Bendahara Sri Amar Bangsa di-Raja of Pahang. m. (third) at Malacca, ca 1500, Putri Unang Kemuning [Otang Kentang], eldest daughter of Paduka Sri Sultan Mansur Shah ibni al-Marhum Sultan Iskandar Shah, Raja of Kelantan, by his wife, a princess of Champa. m. (fourth) at Malacca, 1510, Tun Kudu binti bin Tun Tahir, Dato' Tuan Puteh, daughter of Y.M. Tun Tahir bin Tun 'Ali, Sri Nara di-Raja, sometime Governor of Kampar and Treasurer. m. (fifth) Tun Sabariah [Sirah/Daerah], younger daughter of Laksamana Tun Tuah bin Hang Mahmud [Laksamana Hang Tuah], by his first wife, a sister of Tun Hamzah [Dato' Bongkok], Sri Bijaya di-Raja, sometime C-in-C and Governor of Inderapura (Pahang). m. (sixth) at Malacca, 1510, Tun Fatima binti Tun Mutahir, Raja Perempuan, widow of Y.M. Tun Tahir bin Tun 'Ali, Sri Nara di-Raja, and daughter of Y.M. Tun Mutahir bin Tun 'Ali, Bendahara Sri Maharaja. m. (a) Tun Iram Sendari (m. Tun Biajid bin Laksamana Hang Tuah). m. (b) Tun Sadah (m. Sang Naya, by whom she had one son and one daughter). He d. at Kampar, Sumatra, 1530, having had issue, six sons and eight daughters:
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1528 - 1564 Paduka Sri Sultan 'Ala ud-din Ri'ayat Shah II Zilu'llah fil'Alam Khalifat ul-Mukminin ibni al-Marhum Sultan Mahmud Shah [al-Marhum Sayyid Mangkat di-Aceh], Sultan of Johor Dar-ul-Izam. b. at Kopak, 1513, third son of H.H. Paduka Sri Sultan Mahmud Shah I ibni al-Marhum Sultan 'Ala ud-din Ri'ayat Shah Shah, al-Mu'azzam al-Malik al-Mukarram zilallah fi'l Alam, Sultan of Malacca and of Johor, by his sixth wife, Tun Fatima binti Tun Mutahir, Raja Perempuan, educ. privately. Granted the title of Raja Kechil Besar at birth. Appointed as Heir Apparent by his father (displacing his elder brother Muzaffar) and raised to joint sovereign rank as Sultan Muda 'Ala ud-din Ri'ayat Shah at the age of 40 days. Succeeded on the deposition of his father, 1528. Driven out of Kampar by the Portuguese and established his capital on the Johor river. m. at Pekan Lama, 1529, Raja Kesuma Devi, younger daughter of Paduka Sri Sultan Mansur ibni al-Marhum Sultan Ahmad, Sultan of Pahang. He d. at Pasir Raja, Johor Lama, 1564 (bur. Makam Tujuh, Kota Sayong), having had issue, two sons and two daughters:
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1564 - 1570 Paduka Sri Sultan Muzaffar Shah II ibni al-Marhum Sultan Ala ud-din Ri'ayat Shah, Khalifat ul-Mukminin Zilu'llah fil'Alam, Sultan of Johor Dar-ul-Izam. b. 1546, elder son of Paduka Sri Sultan 'Ala ud-din Ri'ayat Shah II Zilu'llah fil'Alam Khalifat ul-Mukminin ibni al-Marhum Sultan Mahmud Shah, Sultan of Johor Dar-ul-Izam, by his wife, Raja Kesuma Devi, educ. privately. Styled Raja Muda Perdana before his accession. Succeeded on the death of his father, 1564. Established his capital at Bukit Seluyut. m. (first) Tun Mas Jiwa, daughter of Tun Husain [Tun Hassan] bin Dato' Bendahara Tun Biajid, Temenggong. m. (second) ca 1560, Tun Trang (m. second, 1571, Paduka Sri Sultan al-Ajalla' 'Abdu'l Jalil Shah II, Sultan of Johor Dar-ul-Izam, by whom she had further issue - see below), daughter of Tun 'Ali, Sri Nara di-Raja, of Pahang, by his wife Tun Fatima, daughter of the Bendahara Sri Maharaja and later wife of Sultan Mahmud Shah I. m. (third) the former wife of Paduka Sri Sultan al-Ajalla' 'Abdu'l Jalil Shah II, Sultan of Johor Dar-ul-Izam, and daughter of Paduka Sri Sultan Husain 'Ali Ri'ayat Shah, Sultan of Aceh. He d. (poisoned) at Kota Panjor, Johor, 1570 (bur. Bukit Seluyot, Kampung Panjor), having had issue, two sons:
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1570 - 1571 Paduka Sri Sultan 'Abdu'l Jalil Shah I ibni Paduka Sri Sultan Ali Jalla 'Abdu'l Jalil Shah, Khalifat ul-Mukminin Zilu'llah fil'Alam, Sultan of Johor Dar-ul-Izam. b. 1562, elder son of Paduka Sri Sultan Muzaffar Shah II ibni al-Marhum Sultan Ala ud-din Ri'ayat Shah, Khalifat ul-Mukminin Zilu'llah fil'Alam, Sultan of Johor Dar-ul-Izam, by his wife, Tun Trang, educ. privately. Installed on the death of his father. He d.s.p. young, at Kota Panjor, Johor, 1571 (bur. Bukit Seluyot, Kampung Panjor).
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1571 - 1597 H.H. Paduka Sri Sultan ul-Ajalla' 'Abdu'l Jalil Shah II Zilu'llah fil'Alam Khalifat ul-Mukminin ibni al-Marhum Raja Ahmad [al-Marhum Mankat di-Batu], Sultan and Yang di-Pertuan of Johor. b. as Raja 'Umar, son of Raja Ahmad bin Raja Muhammad of Trengganu, educ. privately. Became Raja of Kelantan 1565, Regent for his young stepson, Sultan 'Abdu'l Jalil Shah I, from 1570. Proclaimed as ruler on his death in 1571, and installed with the title of Paduka Sri Sultan ul-Ajalla' 'Abdu'l Jalil Shah II. Established his capital at Tanah Puteh, before removing to Sungai Damar and later Sungai Batu Sawar. m. (first) a daughter of the Bendahara Sri Nara di-Raja of Pahang. m. (second) H.H. Raja Fatima binti al-Marhum Sultan Ala ud-din Ri'ayat Shah, Raja Perempuan (bur. Bukit Seluyud, Kampung Panjor), widow of Paduka Sri Sultan Mansur Shah II ibni al-Marhum Sultan Zainal-Abidin Shah, Sultan of Pahang, and daughter of Paduka Sri Sultan 'Ala ud-din Ri'ayat Shah II ibni al-Marhum Sultan Mahmud Shah, Sultan of Johor Dar-ul-Izam, by his wife, a daughter of Paduka Sri Sultan Mahmud ibni al-Marhum Sultan Muhammad Shah, Sultan of Pahang. m. (third) … (m. Paduka Sri Sultan Muzaffar Shah II ibni al-Marhum Sultan Ala ud-din Ri'ayat Shah, Sultan of Johor Dar-ul-Izam), daughter of Paduka Sri Sultan Husain 'Ali Ri'ayat Shah, Sultan of Aceh. m. (fourth) 1571, Y.M. Tun Trang, former wife of Paduka Sri Sultan Muzaffar Shah II ibni al-Marhum Sultan Ala ud-din Ri'ayat Shah, Sultan of Johor Dar-ul-Izam, and daughter of Y.M. Tun 'Ali, Sri Nara di-Raja of Pahang, by his wife Y.M. Tun Fatima, daughter of the Bendahara Sri Maharaja and later wife of Sultan Mahmud Shah I. m. (a) a gunduk, a relative of the Sri Nara di-Raja. m. (b) another gunduk. He d. at Kota Batu Sawar, 1597 (bur. Makam Tauhid), having had issue, six sons:
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1597 - 1615 H.H. Paduka Sri Sultan 'Ala' ud-din Ri'ayat Shah III Zillu'llahi fil-Alam ibni Paduka Sri Sultan ul-Ajalla' 'Abdu'l Jalil Shah, Khalifat ul-Mukminin Zilu'llah fil'Alam, Sultan and Yang di-Pertuan of Johor, son of H.H. Paduka Sri Sultan ul-Ajalla' 'Abdu'l Jalil Shah II Zilu'llah fil'Alam Khalifat ul-Mukminin ibni al-Marhum Raja Ahmad, Sultan and Yang di-Pertuan of Johor, by his wife, the daughter of the Bendahara Sri Nara di-Raja of Pahang, educ. privately. Succeeded on the death of his father, 1597. Captured by the Acehnese and taken to Aceh, 6th June 1613. Restored, 25th August 1614 but again captured and taken to Aceh in 1615. m. H.H. Raja Bonda ("the Queen Mother of Johor") (d. 22nd May 1663). He d. at Aceh, 1615 (bur. Makam Sultan, Kota Tinggi, Johor), having had issue several sons and daughters, including:
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1615 - 1623 H.H. Paduka Sri Sultan 'Abdu'llah Mu'ayat Shah Zilu'llah fil'Alam Khalifat ul-Mukminin ibni al-Marhum Sultan ul-Ajalla' 'Abdu'l Jalil Shah, Sultan of Johor Dar-ul-Izam. b. 1571, son H.H. Paduka Sri Sultan ul-Ajalla' 'Abdu'l Jalil Shah II Zilu'llah fil'Alam Khalifat ul-Mukminin ibni al-Marhum Raja Ahmad, Sultan and Yang di-Pertuan of Johor, by his wife, Tun Trang, educ. privately. Styled Raja Bongsu, Raja Sabrang, and Raja di-Hilir, before his accession. Succeeded on the death of his cousin, 1615. Reigned as a wanderer, pursued from town to town and island to island by the Acehnese. m. (first) at Bandar Aceh, 1613 (div.), Putri Ratna Jauhari (m. second, Amir Al-Ghazi Shahab ud-din bin Amir Muhammad Nur ud-din), daughter of Sultan Mansur Shah ibni al-Marhum Abangta 'Abdu'l Jalil, by his wife, Raja Putri Indra Vamsa, younger daughter of Paduka Sri Sultan 'Ala ud-din Ri'ayat Shah Sayyid al-Mukammil ibni al-Marhum Firman Shah, Sultan of Aceh m.  (second) Putri Kamarliah [Tun Gemala Setia] (b. before 1600; m. second, H.H. Paduka Sri Sultan Iskandar Muda Mahkota Perkasa 'Alam Shah Johan Berdaulat Zainal-Abidin ibni al-Marhum Sultan Mansur Shah, Sultan of Aceh Dar us-Salam), daughter of H.H. Paduka Sri Sultan Ahmad Shah II ibni al-Marhum Sultan 'Abdu'l-Kadir 'Alauddin Shah, Sultan of Pahang, by his wife, a daughter of H.H. Paduka Sri Sultan Muhammad Hassan ibni al-Marhum Sultan Saif ul-Rijal Nur ul-Alam [al-Marhum di Tanjong Cheindana], Sultan and Yang di-Pertuan of Brunei Dar us-Salam. He d. at Great Tambilan Island, March 1623 (bur. Makam Sultan, Kota Tinggi, Johor), having had issue:
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1623 - 1677 H.H. Paduka Sri Sultan 'Abdu'l Jalil Shah III ibni al-Marhum Sultan 'Ala' ud-din Ri'ayat Shah III, Khalifat ul-Mukminin Zilu'llah fil'Alam, Sultan of Johor Dar-ul-Izam, Pahang and Lingga. b. 1590, educ. privately. Appointed as Sultan of Pahang by the Acehnese, August 1615, expelled from Pahang by the Acehnese in 1617, again ruler of Pahang 1623. Succeeded on the death of his uncle, 1623. Entered into treaty relations with the Dutch in 1639 and assisted them in their capture of Malacca from the Portuguese in 1641. Driven from Johor Lama into exile by the Sultan of Jambi, 1673. m. (first) 1610, his cousin, a daughter of Raja Hassan ibni al-Marhum Sultan Ali Jalla 'Abdu'l Jalil Shah, Raja of Siak. m. (second) 1612, a daughter of H.H. Paduka Sri Sultan Ahmad Shah II ibni al-Marhum Sultan 'Abdu'l-Kadir 'Ala' ud-din Shah, Sultan of Pahang. m. (third) at Patani, 1624 (div.), H.H. Paduka Sri Raja Kuning binti al-Marhum al-Marhum Sultan 'Abdu'l Ghafur Mohi ud-din Shah [Phra Nang Chao Ying], Raja Perempuan of Patani (b. at Pahang, 1613; m. third, at Patani, 1632 (div.), the Yang di-Pertuan Muda of Johor, and d.s.p. at sea during her journey to Johore, near Kampung Pancor, Kelantan, 1649, bur. there), only daughter of H.H. Paduka Sri Sultan Shah Alam binti al-Marhum Sultan Bahadur Shah, Raja Perempuan of Patani, by her husband, H.H. Paduka Sri Sultan 'Abdu'l Ghafur Muhi ud-din Shah ibni al-Marhum Sultan 'Abdu'l-Kadir 'Ala' ud-din Shah, Sultan of Pahang. He d.s.p. at Kuala Pahang, 22nd November 1677 (bur. there).
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1677 - 1685 H.H. Paduka Sri Sultan Ibrahim Shah Zilu'llah fil'Alam Khalifat ul-Muminin ibni al-Marhum Yam Tuan Muda Raja Bajau, Sultan of Johor Dar-ul-Izam, Pahang and Lingga, only known son of Raja Bajau ibni al-Marhum Sultan 'Abdu'llah Mu'ayat Shah, Yang di-Pertuan Muda, educ. privately. Succeeded on the death of his cousin, 1677. Established his capital in Riau in order to continue the war with Jambi more effectively. Removed to Johor Lama 1682. m. (first) … m. (second) … m. (third) before 1674, daughter of the Dato Laksamana Paduka Raja. He d. at Riau, 16th February 1685 (poisoned by three of his wives), having had issue:
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1685 - 1699 H.H. Paduka Sri Sultan Mahmud Shah II Zilu'llah fil'Alam Khalifat ul-Muminin ibni al-Marhum Sultan Ibrahim Shah, Sultan of Johor Dar-ul-Izam, Pahang and Lingga. b. ca. 1675, only surviving son of H.H. Paduka Sri Sultan Ibrahim Shah ibni al-Marhum Yam Tuan Muda Raja Bajau, Khalifat ul-Mukminin Zilu'llah fil'Alam, Sultan of Johor Dar-ul-Izam, Pahang and Lingga, by his third wife, a daughter of the Dato Laksamana Paduka Raja. Succeeded o the death of his father, Sultan Ibrahim Shah, 16th February 1685. Reigned under the Regency of his mother and the Bendahara Paduka Raja until the death of the latter, 27th July 1697. m. several wives and said to have slain all of them who had the misfortune to become pregnant. m. Tun Encik binti Dato' Bendahara Tun 'Abdu'l Jamal, Engku Encik Ayu (m. second, 1722, Paduka Sri Sultan 'Ala ud-din Ri'ayat Shah bin Daeng Rilaga, 1st Yang di-Pertuan Muda of Riau), daughter of Tun 'Abdu'l Jamal bin Dato' Bendahara 'Abdu'l Majid, Dato Bendahara Paduka Raja. He was k. by Megat Sri Rama at Kota Tinggi, Johor, 3rd September 1699 (bur. there at the Makam Sultan), leaving a putative posthumous son by Inche' Apung, a lady-in-waiting who supposedly swallowed his seamen at his deathbed, daughter of the Dato Laksamana of Johor.
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