Mochamat Asim1

M, #14855, b. 1716, d. after 1720
Father*Rajah of Tambora Albubasi Sultan1 b. c 1670, d. 1719
Mother*Sitina Sara Marouff1 b. c 1679

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Last Edited27/07/2014
Birth*Mochamat Asim was born in 1716 in de Caep de Goede Hoop.1
 
(Witness) Requesten In 1720 Sitina Sara Marouff, following the death in 1719 of her husband Rajah of Tambora Albubasi Sultan, requested to return to Batavia with her children Mochamat Asim, Ibraim Adehan, Maria Dorothea Sultania, David Sultania and Isaak Sultania because the family was exceedingly poor. However the family remained at the Cape, so it seems her request was denied.2 

Citations

  1. [S727] Dr. J. Hoge 'The family of the Rajah of Tambora at the Cape', Africana Notes and News, Vol IX, No 1, December 1951, 27-29 "In her request she calls herself Care Sals; her children were Ibraim Adahan (aged 21), Mochamat Aserk (aged 9), Mochamat Dayan (aged 7), Mochamat Asim (aged 4) and a daughter, Sitina Asia (aged 17)."
  2. [S727] Dr. J. Hoge 'The family of the Rajah of Tambora at the Cape' "A year after her huband's death, his widow requested the Cape government to send her and her five children back to Batavia, declaring that she was 41 years old and so poor that she was scarcely able to support her children. In her request she calls herself Care Sals; her children were Ibraim Adahan (aged 21), Mochamat Aserk (aged 9), Mochamat Dayan (aged 7), Mochamat Asim (aged 4) and a daughter, Sitina Asia (aged 17). It appears that her request was not granted, for she was still living at the Cape in 1740."
 

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