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The Al-Busaid Dynasty

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1803 - 1804 H.H. Sayyid Sultan bin Al-Imam Ahmad bin Sa’id Al-Busaidi Al-Yemeni Al-‘Omani Al-Azdi, Sayyid of Muscat and Oman. b. at Rustaq, 1755, fifth son of Sayyid Ahmad bin Sa’id Al-Busaidi, Imam of Oman, by his wife, a sister of Shaikh Muhammad bin Nasir al-Jabry al-Ghafiry, of Zhahirah, sometime Governor of Bahrain, educ. privately. Resided in exile at Gwadar 1784-1792. Recalled to Muscat following the death of his nephew and installed as Regent by his brother, at Muscat, 18th March 1792. Concluded a treaty with the HEIC, 12th October 1798. m. (first) Sayyida Ghanneyeh bint Saif Al-Busaidi (b. 1774; d. before 16th May 1866), daughter of H.E. Sayyid Saif bin Muhammad bin Sa’id bin Muhammad bin ‘Abdu’llah Al-Busaidi, sometime Wali of Muscat. m. (second) a daughter of H.E. Sayyid Suliman bin Hamid Al-Busaidi, long time Wazir of Zanzibar. m. (third) a lady from the Al-Wahiba. m. (fourth) a daughter of Shaikh Nasir bin Muhammad al-Ghafiry as-Shakily al-Ghafiry, of Zhahirah. He was k. onboard his yacht, the al-Badri, by pirates off Linjah, Persia, 17th November 1804 (bur. there), having had issue, three sons and one daughter:
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1804 - 1806 H.H. Sayyid Salim bin Sultan bin Al-Imam Ahmad bin Sa’id Al-Busaidi Al-Yemeni Al-‘Omani Al-Azdi, Sayyid of Muscat and Oman. b. at Sumail, before 11th September 1790, eldest son of H.H. Sayyid Sultan bin Al-Imam Ahmad bin Sa’id Al-Busaidi Al-Yemeni Al-‘Omani Al-Azdi, Sayyid of Muscat and Oman, by his first wife, Sayyida Ghanneyeh bint Saif Al-Busaidi, educ. privately. Governor of Bahrain 1802-1804. Proclaimed on the death of his father as joint ruler, with his younger brother, Sayyid Sa’id, 18th November 1804. Reigned under the Regency of his uncle, Sayyid Badr bin Saif until the latter’s death, 31st July 1806. Deposed as joint-ruler by his sister, Sayyida Aisha, who assumed the regency on behalf of their younger brother, Sa’id, 14th September 1806. m. several wives, including a lady from the family of Mulla Hasan bin Muhammad of the Banu Mu’in clan, of Qishm. He d. from paralysis, at Muscat, 4th April 1821 , having had issue, three sons and one daughter:
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