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HH Sayyid Sheikh Majid bin Hamoud bin Mohammed Al-Said

 

Role

Prince of Oman and Zanzibar

Successors


Son: HH Sayyid Mansoor bin Majid Al-Said

Son: HH Sayyid Sahibzada Sheikh Sulayman bin Majid bin Hamoud Al-Said

Grandson: HH Sahibzada Sheikh Qais bin Sulayman bin Majid bin Hamoud Al-Said

Granddaughter: HH Sayyida Sheikha Layla bint Sulayman bin Majid bin Hamoud Al-Said

Great Grandson: HH Sahibzada Sheikh Dr Shamsaldin Qais Sulayman Majid Hamoud Mohammed Al-Said

Great Granddaughter: HH Sheikha Naima bint Qais bin Sulayman bin Majid bin Hamoud bin Mohammed bin Said Al-Said

Fourth Cousin (3xRemoved): HH Sultan Qaboos bin Said bin Taimour Al-Said

Predecessor


Father: HH Sultan Sheikh Sir Hamoud bin Mohammed bin Said Al-Said

Grandfather: HH Sultan Mohammed bin Said Al-Said

Brother: HH Sultan Sheikh Sir Ali bin Hamoud bin Mohammed bin Said Al-Said of Zanzibar

Born

Omani Empire

Dynasty

House of Al-Said

Religion

Islam

Occupation

Sayyid of Oman and Zanzibar

HH Sayyid Sheikh, Majid bin Hamoud bin Mohammed bin Said Al-Said

His Highness Sayyid Sheikh,  Majid bin Hamoud (Arabic: مَجيد بن حَمود ال سعَيد) (alternative spelling: Madjid Hamud Muhammad Said Al Said) was the son of HH Sultan, Hamoud bin Muhammad Al-Said, Sultan of Omani-Zanzibar under the Omani Empire.

HH Sultan, Hamoud bin Mohammed Al-Said, (ruled 27 August 1896 – 18 July 1902) (Arabic: حمود بن محمد‎) was the Omani sultan of the protectorate of Zanzibar, who outlawed slavery throughout the Omani Empire.

Lineage

HH Sayyid Sheikh. Majid bin Hamoud bin Muhammad bin Said bin Sultan bin Ahmed bin Said Al-Said

7th Generation Royal from the House of Al-Said Dynasty, who ruled large parts of South Asia, The Middle-East and East Africa at their peak. Today they rule the Sultanate of Oman in the Middle-East.

Family

Majid lived an extremely private life with very little known about his wives and children.

All that is revealed is that he had two wives, (although it is not clear if this was consecutively or concurrently) and that he had eleven children, some of which migrated between the Omani and Ottoman empires.

One of his sons, HH Sayyid Sahibzada Sheikh Sanjak-Bey Mir, Sulayman bin Majid bin Hamoud Al-Said, half brother to HH Sayyid, Mansoor bin Majid bin Hamoud Al-Said, was awarded command of his own Sanjak within the Ottoman Empire. Taking both Ottoman and Pashtun wives. HH Sayyid, Sulayman bin Majid bin Hamoud maintained authority over the same land after the dissolving of the Ottoman Empire.

Notable Family Members

  • GREAT GRANDFATHER | HH Sultan, Said bin Sultan Al-Said
  • GRANDFATHER | HH Sayyid, Mohammed bin Said bin Sultan Al-Said
  • FATHER | HH Sultan Sheikh Sir, Hamoud bin Mohammed bin Said bin Sultan Al-Said
  • BROTHER | HH Sultan Sheikh Sir, Ali bin Hamud bin Mohammed bin Said bin Sultan Al-Said
  • COUSIN | HH Sultan, Qaboos bin Said bin Taimour Al-Said
  • SON | HH Sayyid, Mansoor bin Majid bin Hamoud bin Mohammed bin Said bin Sultan Al-Said
  • SON | HH Sayyid Sahibzada Sheikh Sanjak-Bey, Sulayman bin Majid bin Hamoud bin Mohammed bin Said bin Sultan Al-Said
  • GRANDSON | HH Sahibzada Sheikh, Qais Sulayman Majid Al-Said
  • GREAT GRANDSON | HH Sahibzada Sheikh Dr, Shamsaldin Qais Sulayman Al-Said
  • GREAT GRANDDAUGHTER | HH Sheikha, Naima Qais Sulayman Al-Said

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