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Copyright©Prince Rafet Bey1902 - 1906 H.H. Muhammad al-Hadi Pasha, Bey and Possessor of the Kingdom of Tunis. b. at the Palace of Bardo, 24th June 1855, second son of H.H. 'Abu'l Hasan 'Ali III Pasha, Bey and Possessor of the Kingdom of Tunis, educ. privately. Appointed as Heir Apparent and formally invested with the title of Bey al-Mahalla and the style of His Highness, 3rd December 1898. Proclaimed on the death of his father, 11th June 1902. Appointed as Lieut-Gen Beylical Army 3/12/1898, and prom Field Marshal 11/6/1902. Sovereign and Grand Master of the Nishan al-Ahad al-Aman, Nishan ad-Dam, and Nishan al-Iftikhar. Rcvd: the Nishan al-Ahad al-Aman al-Murassa (3.12.1898), and the Nishan ad-Dam, and GC of the Nishan al-Iftikhar while a young prince, GC of the Order of the Legion of Honour in brilliants of France (11.5.1902, GO 3.12.1898), Officer of the Order of the Academic Palms, etc. m. 1876, H.H. Princess (Lalla) Khadija Beya (b. 1858; d. 5th December 1905), eldest daughter of Si Muhammad ar-Rauf bin Rashid al-Shakir, by his wife, Lalla Fatima, née Gaïgi. He d. at the Palace of Dermech, near Carthage, 11th May 1906 (bur. Turbat al-Bey, the Madina, Tunis), having had issue, two sons, and three daughters:
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1906 - 1922 H.H. Muhammad al-Nasir [El Naceur] Pasha, Bey and Possessor of the Kingdom of Tunis, GCMG (21.2.1917). b. at La Marsa, 14th July 1855, younger son of Field Marshal H.H. Muhammad Pasha, Bey and Possessor of the Kingdom of Tunis, educ. privately. Appointed as Heir Apparent and formally invested with the title of Bey al-Mahalla and the style of His Highness, 11th June 1902. Proclaimed on the death of his cousin, 11th May 1906. Appointed as Lieut-Gen Beylical Army 11/6/1902, prom Field Marshal 11/5/1906. A great philanthropist and educational reformer. Sovereign and Grand Master of the Nishan al-Ahad al-Aman, Nishan ad-Dam, and Nishan al-Iftikhar. Rcvd: the Nishan al-Ahad al-Aman al-Murassa (11.5.1902), and Nishan ad-Dam, and GC of the Nishan al-Iftikhar while a young prince, GC of the Orders of the Legion of Honour in brilliants of France (12.5.1906, GO 11.5.1902), SS Maurice & Lazarus of Italy, White Eagle of Serbia, the Sharifan Order of Alawi in brilliants of Morocco (22.2.1917), etc. m. (first) at Burj Janaina, Manouba, Lalla Fatima (d. 1911), daughter of Major-General H.E. Si Ismail as-Sunni, sometime Governor of Djerba and Presdt. Court of Cessation, by his wife, Lalla Mamia, daughter of Lieutenant-General H.H. 'Abu 'Abdu'llah Husain II Pasha, Bey of Tunis. m. (second) Lalla Husn ul-Ujud [Housn-el Oujoud or Jouda] (d. 6th July 1904), a Circassian. m. (third) 1906, Lalla Qamar Beya (d. at Kasr as-Sa'ada, La Marsa, 30th December 1942, bur. Sidi Belhassen Mausoleum, Jellaz), a Circassian, widow of H.H. 'Abu'l Hasan 'Ali III Pasha, Bey and Possessor of the Kingdom of Tunis, and previously of Field Marshal H.H. Muhammad as-Sadiq Pasha, Bey and Possessor of the Kingdom of Tunis, GCB. m. (fourth) ca. 1903 (div. shortly afterwards) Lalla Mamia (d. 12th February 1922, widow of Prince Sulaiman Bey, and third daughter of Si Muhammad ar-Rauf bin Rashid al-Shakir, by his wife, Lalla Fatima, née Gaïgi. He d. at Dar al-Taj Palace, La Marsa, 8th July 1922 (bur. Turbat al-Bey, the Madina, Tunis), having had issue, four sons and six daughters:
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