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Prince Osman Rifat Ibrahim – Genealogy

    

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Mohammed Ali Pasha, Viceroy of Egypt(1805-1848) ,born in Kavala in 1769,died in Cairo 1849,was the founder of the last dynasty which ruled Egypt from 1805 to 1953

His Imperial Majesty Abdul Hamid I, 27th Sultan of the Ottoman Dynasty, born in 1725, and died in 1789

Ibrahim Pasha, his elder son, Viceroy of Egypt (1848), born in Kavala in 1789, died in Cairo 1848

His Imperial Majesty Mahmud II, 30th Sultan of the Ottoman Dynasty, born in 1789, and died in 1839

Prince Ahmed Rifat Pasha, eldest son of Ibrahim Pasha, heir to the throne, born in Cairo in 1825, died in Kafr el Zayat 1858

His Imperial Majesty Abdul Aziz Han, 32nd Sultan of the Ottoman Dynasty, born in 1830, and died in 1876

Prince Ibrahim Fehmi Pasha, Ottoman Field-Marshall, born in Cairo in 1847,died in Cairo 1894

His Imperial Majesty Abdul Meçit Han, last Ottoman Caliph, born in Beshiktash in 1868, died in Paris in 1944

Prince Mohammed Wahideddin Ibrahim, born in Cairo 1879, died in Paris 1906

Sehzade (Prince) Damat Omer Faruk Efendi, born in Ortakoy 1898, died in Cairo in 1969

Prince Amr Ibrahim, born in Cairo 1903, died in Pully 1977.

Princess Hibetullah Necla Sultan, born in Nice 1926, died in Madrid 2006

     
 

 

H.R.H. The Prince Osman Rifat Ibrahim

Prince of Egypt, and Prince in Turkey

 


 

 

The Rulers of the House of Mohamed Ali

 

Mohammed Ali Pasha, Viceroy of Egypt (1805-1848)

 

Ibrahim Pasha, Viceroy of Egypt (1848)

 

Abbas Pasha, Viceroy of Egypt (1849-1854)

 

Said Pasha, Viceroy of Egypt (1854-1863)

 

Ismail Pasha, Khedive of Egypt (1863-1879)

 

Tewfik Pasha, Khedive of Egypt (1879-1892)

 

Abbas II Hilmi Pasha, Khedive of Egypt (1892-1914)

 

Hussein, Sultan of Egypt (1914-1917)

 

Fouad I, Sultan and King of Egypt (1917-1936)

 

Farouk I, King of Egypt and the Sudan (1936-1952)

 

Fouad II, King of Egypt and the Sudan (1952-1953)