PERAK

The Siak Dynasty

GENEALOGY

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Courtesy of Raja K. Aznam bin Raja Omar.1874 - 1877 H.M. al-‘Ashik Billah Paduka Sri Tuanku Sultan ‘Abdu’llah Muhammad Shah II Habibu’llah ibni al-Marhum Sultan Ja’afar Safi ud-din Mu’azzam Shah, Sultan and Yang di-Pertuan of Perak Dar ul-Ridzwan. b. 21st September 1842, eldest son of H.H. Maulana Paduka Sri Tuanku Sultan Muhammad Ja’afar Safi ud-din Mu’azzam Shah Waliu’llah ibni al-Marhum Sultan Ahmad Shah Johan Berdaulat Khalifatu’llah, Sultan and Yang di-Pertuan of Perak, by his third wife, Inche’ Wan Ngah Mahtra, daughter of Dato’ Muda Wan ‘Abdu’l Rahman bin Maharaja Lela Ngah Hasan, Orang Suku Laksamana Batu Bahara. Appointed as Heir Apparent with the title of Tuanku Raja Muda, Wakil us-Sultan, Wazir ul-Azam, 1865. Went into rebellion and proclaimed himself Sultan, in opposition to Sultan Ismail, ca. 21st February 1872. Recognised as Sultan and Yang di-Pertuan together with the style of His Majesty, by the Treaty of Pangkor, 20th January 1874. Implicated in the murder of the British Resident J W W Burch. Deposed and exiled to the Seychelles on 30th March 1877, where he spent five years on the island of Félicité and before removing to Mahé. Allowed to return to Malaya and settled at Singapore 13th  March 1895, later removed to Penang, before finally returning to Kuala Kangsar in 1912. Styled Ex-Sultan ‘Abdu’llah Muhammad Shah Habibu’llah ibni al-Marhum Sultan Ja’afar Safi ud-din Mu’azzam Shah with the style of His Highness, after his abdication. A gifted artist and composer during his years of exile, including what became the Malaysian National Anthem in 1957. Mbr Victoria Cricket Club (Setchelles) 1883, Singapore Sporting Club 1896, Dar ul-Adab Assoc (Singapore) 1898, Harbab Askedan Club (Singapore), etc. m. (first) (div. 1871) Y.A.M. Raja Tipah binti Raja Ngah Putra (m. second, 1871, Y.M. Raja Daud bin Raja Sulaiman, of Selangor), styled Raja Ampuan Besar before her divorce, youngest daughter of Y.M. Raja Ngah Putra bin Raja Radin, by his second wife, Y.A.M. Raja Mas Nuteh Meh Salama binti Raja Kasim, Raja Cik Puan Besar, only daughter of Y.M. Raja Kasim bin Chulan. m. (second) Inche’ Rahsiah [Princess Rassia] (d. at Victoria, Mahé, Seychelles, 29th March 1891, bur. there at the Muslim Cemetery, Mont Fleuri), who shared the Sultan’s exile in the Seychelles 1877-1891. m. (third) Inche’ Wan Nursiya. m. (fourth) Inche’ Halima, who shared the Sultan’s exile in the Seychelles. m. (fifth) Inche’ Wan Itam Rendom, who shared the Sultan’s exile in the Seychelles, daughter of Toh of Kota Pulau Tiga. m. (sixth) Inche’ binti Amal ud-din, of Kota Setia. m. (seventh) before 1875, Inche’ Fatima [Timah]. m. (eighth) Inche’ Rapiah binti Busu (d. after 1962). m. (ninth) Inche’ Islam, who shared the Sultan’s exile in the Seychelles. He d. at Kuala Kangsar, 22nd December 1922 (bur. there at Al-Ghufran Royal Cemetery, Bukit Chandan), having had issue, ten sons and thirteen daughters daughters:
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