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<td align="center" bgcolor="#000000" nowrap="nowrap" width="100"><font color="#ffff00" size="7"><strong><img alt="" src="http://www.royalark.net/Tanzania/zanz-arms.jpg" height="198" width="182"></strong></font></td></tr></tbody></table></center></div></dd><dd>&nbsp; </dd><dd>
<p align="center"><font color="#ffff00" size="4"><strong>The Al Bu-Said Dynasty</strong></font></p></dd><dd>
<p align="center"><font color="#ffff00" size="4"><strong>GENEALOGY</strong></font></p></dd><dd><font size="2"><strong>continued from the previous page.</strong> </font></dd><dd><font color="#006200" size="2">Copyright© Christopher Buyers</font> </dd><dd><font color="#006200" size="2"><img alt="" src="http://www.royalark.net/Tanzania/zanz-Majid.jpg" align="left" height="540" hspace="20" vspace="10" width="250">Copyright© Christopher Buyers</font> </dd><dd><font size="2"><font color="#ffdfdf">1856 - 1870 H.H. Sultan Sayyid Majid bin Sa'id, Sultan of Zanzibar and its dependencies. <em>b</em>.
at the Bait al-Sahel, Stone Town, Unguja, 1834, sixth surviving son of
H.H. Sayyid Sa’id bin Sultan bin Imam Ahmad, Sultan of Muscat, Oman and
Zanzibar, by Sara, a Circassian lady, <em>educ</em>. privately.
Appointed as Heir Apparent, Governor and Regent of Zanzibar and its
dependencies, following the death of his elder brother, 7<sup>th</sup> November 1854. Proclaimed as <em>Sultan of Muscat, Oman and Zanzibar</em> following the death of his father, 19<sup>th</sup> October 1856. Installed at the Bait al-Sahel, Stone Town, Unguja, Zanzibar, 2<sup>nd</sup>
November 1856. Disputed the succession with his elder half-brother,
Sayyid Thuwaini, who assumed control of Muscat and Oman after the death
of their father. Thuwaini organised a sea-borne invasion of Zanzibar in
March 1859, but his fleet was turned back by a British warship.
Confirmed as <em>Sultan of Zanzibar and its dependencies</em> when Zanzibar was deemed to be an independent realm under the terms of the Canning Award of 2<sup>nd</sup>
April 1861. The Musca</font></font>t sultan thereafter receiving an annual subsidy
from Zanzibari revenues amounting to 40,000 Maria Theresa dollars. Faced
a serious rebellion led by his younger brother Sayyid Barghash in 1865,
which he soundly defeated with the help of British gunboats. He founded
a summer capital on the East African coast in
<font size="2"><font color="#ffdfdf">1862 and named it&nbsp;<em>Dar es-Salam </em>(the
Abode of Peace), now the capital of the independent state of Tanzania.
His reign witnessed a period of high economic prosperity and increased
control over the continenal African territories. Much of the wealth
coming from the trade in black African slaves and ivory. Neverheless, he
encouraged the European missionaries, including David Livingstone, and
handed over freed slaves to their care and protection. Founder and
Sovereign of the Order of the Brilliant Star of Zanzibar (<em>Wisam al-Kawkab al-Durri al-Zanzibari</em>) in 1865. <em>m</em>. (first) at the Bait al-Watoro, Zanzibar, 1855 (<em>div</em>. ca. 1858), Sayyida<em> </em>Aisha Al-Said [Azza], an orphaned kinswoman from Oman. <em>m</em>. (second) at Zanzibar, … He <em>d</em>.<em> </em>at the Bait al-Sahel, Stone Town, Unguja, Zanzibar, 7<sup>th</sup> October 1870 (<em>bur</em>. there at the Makusurani Cemetery), having had issue, an only daughter:</font></font> </dd><dd>
<ul type="disc"><li><font size="2"><font color="#ffdfdf">1) H.H. Sayyida Khanfora bint Majid Al-Said. <em>b</em>. at Zanzibar. <em>m</em>. there, H.H. Sultan Sayyid Hamud bin Muhammad, Sultan of Zanzibar and its dependencies, GCSI (<em>b</em>. at Sumail, Oman, 1853; <em>d</em>. at the Bait al-Sahel, Stone Town, Unguja, 18<sup>th</sup> July 1902, <em>bur</em>.
Makusurani Cemetery), eldest surviving son of H.E. Sayyid Muhammad bin
Said Al-Said, sometime Governor of Sumail. She had issue, six sons and
four daughters – see below.</font> </font></li></ul></dd><dd><font size="2"><font color="#006200">Copyright© Christopher Buyers </font></font></dd><dd><font size="2"><font color="#006200">Copyright© Christopher Buyers</font> </font></dd><dd><font size="2"><font color="#ffdfdf"><font color="#006200">Copyright© Christopher Buyers</font></font></font> </dd><dd><font size="2"><font color="#ffdfdf"><img title="" alt="" src="http://www.royalark.net/Tanzania/zanz-Barghash.jpg" align="right" height="610" hspace="20" vspace="10" width="250"></font><font color="#ffdfdf">1870 - 1888 H.H. Sultan Sayyid Barghash bin Said, Sultan of Zanzibar and its dependencies, GCMG (4.7.1883). <em>b</em>.<em> </em>at
the Bait al-Sahel, Stone Town, Unguja, 1837, tenth surviving son of
H.H. Sayyid Sa’id bin Sultan bin Imam Ahmad, Sultan of Muscat, Oman and
Zanzibar, by Fatala, an Ethiopian <em>suri</em>, <em>educ</em>.
privately. He attempted to seize power at Zanzibar following the death
of his father in October 1856, but was easily thwarted by his brother
Sayyid Majid. Rebelled again under French encouragement in 1865, but was
again heavily defeated with the help of British gunboats and forced
into surrender at the <em>Marseille</em> plantation. Exiled to Bombay, India, 1865-1867. Proclaimed as <em>Sultan of Zanzibar and its dependencies</em> on the death of his elder half-brother, 7<sup>th</sup> October 1870. Installed at the Bait al-Sahel, Stone Town, Unguja, Zanzibar, 10<sup>th</sup>
October 1870. He finally agreed to close the slave markets, outlaw the
transport of slaves over water, prohibit the ownership of slaves by
Indians, and to grant his protection to those freed in two treaties with
the British on 5<sup>th</sup> June 1873 and 14<sup>th</sup> July 1875.
He subsequently issued&nbsp;decrees prohibiting slave caravans from the
interior to, and along, the African coast in 1878. Refused a British
protectorate in 1877, and was thwarted in an attempt to seek a German
protectorate in 1880. A German floilla steamed attempted to force the
sultan to cede most of his mainland territories to Germany in August
1885, but were thwarted by British intervention and a forced
"compromise". The Anglo-German Agreement of 7<sup>th</sup> December 1886
delineated German and British spheres of control and influence on the
East African mainland, both powers then forcing Barghash to accept the
inclusion of his own dominions within them. Sovereign of the Order of
the Brilliant Star of Zanzibar (<em>Wisam al-Kawkab al-Durri al-Zanzibari</em>).&nbsp;<em>Rcvd</em>:
GC of the Orders of the Tower &amp; Sword for Valour, Loyalty &amp;
Merit of Portugal (x.6.1875), Legion of Honour of France (1875), and the
Red Eagle 1st class in brilliants of Prussia (1875).&nbsp;<em>m</em>. several wives, including (first) H.H.<em> </em>Sayyida Moza bint Hamad Al-Said (<em>b</em>. at Muscat, Oman; <em>d</em>.<em> </em>at Zanzibar, 1918,<em> bur</em>. Makusurani Cemetery), daughter of H.E. Sayyid Hamad bin Salim Al-Said, sometime Governor of Musnah. He <em>d</em>.<em> </em>at the Bait al-Sahel, Stone Town, Unguja, Zanzibar, 26<sup>th</sup> March 1888 (<em>bur</em>. there at the Makusurani Cemetery), having had issue, two (or three) sons and three daughters:</font></font>
<ul type="disc"><li><font size="2"><font color="#ffdfdf">1) Sayyid Saif bin Barghash Al-Said. He <em>d</em>.<em>v</em>.<em>p</em>. at Unguja, Zanzibar, 30<sup>th</sup> Sepember 1882.</font> </font></li><li><font color="#ffdfdf" size="2">2) Sayyid Khalid bin Barghash Al-Said. <em>b</em>. at the Chuini Palace, Zanzibar, 1878 (<em>s/o</em> Moza), <em>educ</em>.
privately. He attempted to seize the palace on the death of his uncle
in 1893, but was persuaded to return to his own house peacefully.
However, on the death of his brother-in-law on 25<sup>th</sup> August
1896, he took control of the palace and attempted to seize the throne
and proclaimed himself Sultan. Fled to Dar es-Salam, in German East
Africa, after the bombardment of the palace by the Royal Navy on 27<sup>th</sup>
August 1896. Captured and exiled to the St Helena in 1917, then
transferred to the Seychelles 1921. Released in 1925 and allowed to
settle in Kenya. <em>Rcvd</em>: the Order of Brilliant Star of Zanzibar 1<sup>st</sup> class. <em>m</em>. (a) a <em>zauja</em>. <em>m</em>. (b) another <em>zauja</em>. <em>m</em>. (c) Bibi Yaka (<em>b</em>. 1898), a <em>zauja</em>. <em>m</em>. (d) Bibi Panya (<em>b</em>. 1898), a <em>zauja</em>. He <em>d</em>.<em> </em>at Makadara, Mombasa, Kenya, 19<sup>th</sup> March 1927 (<em>bur</em>. there at the Shaikh Jundani Masjid Cemetery), having had issue, seven (or eight) sons and one daughter: </font>
<ul type="disc"><li><font color="#ffdfdf" size="2">a) Sayyid Barghash bin Khalid Al-Said. <em>b</em>. at Unguja, Zanzibar, 1896, <em>educ</em>. privately. <em>m</em>. Fatuma (<em>b</em>. 1900). He <em>d</em>. before 1954. </font></li><li><font color="#ffdfdf" size="2">b)&nbsp;Sayyid Said bin Khalid Al-Said. <em>b</em>. at Dar es-Salaam, Tanganyika, 1898, <em>educ</em>. privately. <em>m</em>.<em> </em>(first) Bibi Sahira (<em>b</em>. 1899). <em>m</em>.<em> </em>(second) Sayyida Nazha bint Salim Al-Said (<em>b</em>. 15<sup>th</sup>
December 1916), eldest daughter of his son-in-law, The Hon Sayyid Salim
bin Kindeh Al-Said, sometime MLC Zanzibar, by his first wife. He <em>d</em>.<em> </em>before 1954, having had issue, two daughters by his first wife: </font>
<ul style="list-style-type: disc"><li><font color="#ffdfdf" size="2">i)&nbsp;Sayyida Maya bint Said Al-Said. <em>b</em>. at St Helena, 4<sup>th</sup> August 1918 (<em>d/o</em> Sahira). <em>m</em>.
as his second wife, The Hon Sayyid Salim bin Kindeh Al-Said, sometime
MLC Zanzibar, her father’s father-in-law, elder son of Sayyid Kindeh bin
Hamad bin Salim Al-Said – see <em>Oman</em>. </font></li><li><font color="#ffdfdf" size="2">ii)&nbsp;Sayyida Raya bint Said Al-Said. <em>b</em>. at St Helena, 29<sup>th</sup> September 1920 (<em>d/o</em> Sahira). <em>m</em>. at Unguja, Zanzibar, 1953, as his second wife, Sayyid Majid bin Said Al-Said (<em>b</em>. at Unguja, Zanzibar 1920), fifth son of Sayyid Said bin ‘Ali Al-Said – see below. </font></li></ul></li><li><font color="#ffdfdf" size="2">c)&nbsp;Sayyid Majid bin Khalid Al-Said [Seyyid Majid Khalid Barghash]. <em>b</em>. at Dar es-Salaam, Tanganyika, 1909, <em>educ</em>. privately. Mbr Inter-territorial Language (Swahili) Cttee to the East African Dependencies 1930.</font> </li><li><font color="#ffdfdf" size="2">d)&nbsp;Sayyid Hamud bin Khalid Al-Said. <em>b</em>. at Dar-es-Salaam, Tanganyika, 1910, <em>educ</em>. privately (same as Ali?).</font> </li><li><font color="#ffdfdf" size="2">e)&nbsp;Sayyid ‘Ali bin Khalid Al-Said [Seyyid Ali Khalid Barghash], BEM (c 12.6.1958). <em>b</em>. at Dar-es-Salaam, Tanganyika, 1912, <em>educ</em>. privately. Snr Public Relations Assist in Tanganyika Govt Service. He <em>d</em>.<em> </em>at Dar es-Salaam, Tanganyika, 1961. <font color="#006200">Copyright© Christopher Buyers</font><font size="3"> </font></font></li><li><font color="#ffdfdf" size="2">f)&nbsp;Sayyid Nasir bin Khalid Al-Said. <em>b</em>. at Dar-es-Salaam, Tanganyika, 1914 (same as Ghalib?), <em>educ</em>. privately. He <em>d</em>. probably before 1922. </font></li><li><font color="#ffdfdf" size="2">g) Sayyid Ghalib bin Khalid Al-Said [Gwalib Khalid Barghash]. <em>b</em>. at Dar es-Salaam, Tanganyika, 15<sup>th</sup> September 1916, <em>educ</em>. Preparatory Coll and American Univ of Beirut, Lebanon (BA, LLB), and the Middle Temple, London. Barr-at-law 1942. <em>m</em>.&nbsp;in Middlesex, England, 19xx, Mary Barghash. He <em>d</em>.<em> </em>in Wiltshire, 2<sup>nd</sup> January 1951, having had issue, one son and two daughters</font><font color="#ffdfdf" size="2">: </font>
<ul type="disc"><li><font color="#ffdfdf" size="2">i) H.H. Sayyid Barghash bin Ghalib Al-Said. <em>b</em>. at Dar es-Salaam, Tanganyika, 13<sup>th</sup> December 1947, <em>educ</em>. Vienna, Austria. Hydrogeologist. He had issue, two sons</font><font color="#ffdfdf" size="2">. <font color="#006200">Copyright© Christopher Buyers</font></font></li></ul></li></ul>
<ul type="disc"><ul type="disc"><li><font color="#ffdfdf" size="2">i) Sayyida Sharifa bint Ghalib Al-Said. <em>b</em>. at Dar es-Salaam, Tanganyika, 1949. </font></li><li><font color="#ffdfdf" size="2">ii) Sayyida Dr Walyam bint Ghalib Al-Said. <em>b</em>.
at Dar es-Salaam, Tanganyika, 1950. Joined the staff of Sultan Qaboos
Univ., Muscat, Oman, Dir of Foreign Affairs, and Dir of Coordination and
Follow-up since 2004. </font><font color="#ffdfdf" size="2">. </font></li></ul><li><font color="#ffdfdf" size="2">h) Sayyid Qais bin Khalid Al-Said. <em>b</em>. at Dar-es-Salaam, Tanganyika, 1917, <em>educ</em>. there. <em>m</em>.<em> </em>Sayyida Nunu bint Said Al-Said, daughter of Sayyid Said bin Kindeh Al-Said. He had issue, three sons: </font>
<ul type="disc"><li><font size="2"><font color="#ffdfdf">i) Sayyid Khalid bin Qais Al-Said. <em>b</em>. 1936.</font> </font></li><li><font size="2"><font color="#ffdfdf">ii) Sayyid Azzan bin Qais Al-Said. <em>b</em>. 1938.</font> </font></li><li><font color="#ffdfdf" size="2">iii) Sayyid Salim bin Qais Al-Said. </font></li></ul></li><li><font color="#ffdfdf" size="2">a) Sayyida Khawla bint Khalid Al-Said. <em>b</em>. at Dar-es-Salaam, Tanganyika, 1905. </font></li></ul></li><li><font size="2"><font color="#ffdfdf">3)&nbsp;Sayyid Saif bin Barghash Al-Said.</font> </font></li><li><font color="#ffdfdf" size="2">1) Sayyida Nunu bint Barghash Al-Said. <em>b</em>. at Unguja, Zanzibar. <em>m</em>. there, as his second wife, H.H. Sultan Sayyid Hamad bin Thuwaini, Sultan of Zanzibar and its dependencies, GCSI (<em>b</em>. at Muscat, Oman, 1857;<em> d</em>.<em>s</em>.<em>p</em>. at the Bait al-Sahel, Stone Town, Unguja, Zanzibar, 25<sup>th</sup> August 1896, <em>bur</em>.
there at the Makusurani Cemetery), son of H.H. Sayyid Thuwaini bin
Said, Sultan of Muscat and Oman and dependencies, by his wife, Sayyida
Ghaliya bint Salim Al-Said, daughter of H.H. Sayyid Salim bin Sultan,
Sultan of Muscat and Oman and dependencies - see below. </font></li><li><font size="2"><font color="#ffdfdf">2) Sayyida Alia bint BarghashAl-Said. <em>b</em>. at Unguja, Zanzibar (<em>d/o</em> Sayyida Moza). <em>m</em>. at Unguja, Zanzibar, before 1890, as his first wife, Sayyid 'Ali bin Salim Al-Said (<em>d</em> . at Muscat, 1<sup>st</sup> September 1928), eldest son of H.H. Sayyid Salim bin Thuwaini, Sultan of Muscat and Oman and dependencies. She had issue - see <em>Oman</em>.</font> </font></li><li><font size="2"><font color="#ffdfdf">3) Sayyida Sharifa bint BarghashAl-Said. <em>b</em>. at Zanzibar (<em>d/o</em> Moza). <em>m</em>. at Zanzibar 1892, H.E. Sayyid Fahad bin Turki Al-Said (<em>d</em>.
by suicide, at Muscat, June 1894), sometime Governor of Barkah, third
son of H.H. Sayyid Turki bin Sa’id, Sultan of Muscat and Oman and
dependencies, GCSI, by an Ethiopian <em>suri</em>. She had issue, one son – see <em>Oman</em>.</font> </font></li></ul></dd><dd><font size="2"><font color="#006200">Copyright© Christopher Buyers</font> </font></dd><dd><font size="2"><strong>continued on the next page.</strong> </font></dd><dd><font size="2"><font color="#006200">Copyright© Christopher Buyers</font> </font></dd><dd>
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