THE MALDIVE ISLANDS

The Hura'age Dynasty

GENEALOGY

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Don Maraduru Fandiaiy Kilegefa'anu of Hura'a Island, North Malé Atoll. He had issue, three sons:
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1759 - 1767 H.H. Sultan al-Ghazi al-Hassan 'Izz ud-din Sri Kula Ranmiba Danala Kirti Kathiri Buwana Maha Radun [Dhon Bandara], Sultan of Land and Sea, Lord of the twelve-thousand islands and Sultan of the Maldives, elder son of Al-Amir Muhammed Fa'amuladeri Kilegefa'anu, of Hura'a Island, North Malé Atoll, by his wife, Amina Manikufa'anu, daughter of Muhammad Khatib Thakuru'fa'anu of Muli Island, Mulaku Atoll, educ. privately. Styled Fa'amuladeri Manikufa'anu before 1754. Expelled the Malabaris on 7th April 1754 and became de-facto regent under the style of Al-Amir Ghazi Hassan Rannabanderi Manikufa'anu. Proclaimed as Sultan by popular demand with the style of Sultan al-Ghazi Hassan 'Izz ud-din Sri Kula Ranmiba Danala Kirti Kathiri Buwana Maha Radun and formally enthroned at the old Royal Palace, at Malé, 6th December 1759. Signed a Treaty of Defence and Alliance with the French and maintained a French "Garde du Corps". m. Amina Manikufa'anu [Bodu Didi] (d. from small-pox, at Jeddah, Arabia, after 2nd June 1799), daughter of his first cousin, Kaka'a 'Ali Ma'afai Thakuru'fa'anu, of Fenfushi, Ari Atoll, by his wife, Bodugaluge Bodu Fatima Bifa'anu. He d. at the Veyodhoshu Palace, Malé, 1st February 1767, having had issue, three sons, and having nominated Muhammed Manikufa'anu of the Dhiyamigili dynasty as his successor:
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