The women who influenced Sir Razik’s Family

Sir Razik and the Moors claim Arab descendency. But Lady Fareed is the daughter of a Nobleman who sojourned in this country and shared in the work of Ceylon Moors.

 

The Government archivist has document which is of Dutch origin, it is the Tombo.   It was maintained under the Colombo Dissawany as long ago as the year 1766; details of Sir Raziks ancestry are itemized under the “head and Land Tombos of the four Gravets of Colombo.” The extract of the document under reference contains the first name Segoe Paridoe.

 

The subsequent reference to this line of descendancy appears on 16th March. 1829 when a lady by the name of Thangachy Umma, by her application No. 1585, applied and was granted letters of administration on the even date. She was a widow, having been married to one Wapotchy. She applied for letters of administration as the administratrix of the property of her grandfather Mamouna Pille. The correct name is Mahmud Naina; (Pulle is only an honorific)

 

Thangachy Umma sold by deed No.1585 to one Moetatjie, wife of Asma Marikkar Segoo Pardoo of Colombo, a garden called Ambagahawatte for a consideration of ₤37 equal to 493 Rix Dollars and four fanams. Moetatjie Umma died intestate in 1859. Her son Segoe Paredoe Udema Lebbe Marcar applied to the District court of Colombo for letters of administration. This was application No. 3173 supported by M.F.G Morgan, Proctor, dated 17th August, 1866. This Application contained an annexure giving the names of 43 heirs of Moetatjie Umma which is filed of record. Among these names there appears the name of Sella Umma who was the widow of Aresy Marcar of Slave Island and she is named in the annexure as the daughter in law of Motatjie Umma. Aresy Marcar was Motatjie Umma’s son. Yet another heir to these properties was Wapche Marikkar, grandson of Motatjie.

 

Mamouna Pulle referred to above was possessed of vast property. One such property was a land near the former Victoria Memorial Eye Hospital. This area, however, was earmarked under a scheme of widening of roads. It was acquired and the owner was promised compensation. It was agreed by the then Government Agent that he, his heirs or representatives should have a plot of Cinnamon land in the neighborhood. The present Dewatagaha Mosque stands on this land. Justice Berwick in District Court Case No. 61162 dated 15th November, 1873 affirms this compensation was agreed on in 1845 and on this land stood an old grave of Mussulman, which has since then come to be regarded as place of sanctity. 

 

He further says

“it would seem that the administratix Thangachy entered into possession of the ground with the consent Government Agent as an exchange for the land taken by Government and that from that time she and some persons not very well defined either in number or in their connection with the deceased Mamu Nayana, by calling themselves of his famiy or descendents began enhancing the religious character of the place and the collection of offerings and the erection of those buildings which have at length become woven into the present Mosque, but evidently without any but a very vague and indeterminate system of management or responsibility or trusteeship. The usual history in such cases is that some particular old man specially either with the religious sentiments, or the constructive faculty having leisure and taste that way, expands his leisure and energy in what the neighbors look on as the laudable business while at the same time they leave him to work alone at his hobby till it has developed beyond all original contemplation and they step in and claim common credit for it, or, as in this case legal title.”

 

The late A.M Wapche Marikar had two children by his wife Thangachy Natchia. One was a boy and the other a girl. His son was Named Abdul Raheman and his daughter Mariambu Nachia. Abdul Raheman Married Hajara Umma, elder daughter of Isubu Lebbe Marikkar Hadjiar. They had three children, two girls and one boy. The girls were named Ummu Razeena and Ummu Rakeeba and the Boy Razik.

 

Sir Razik, when he came age, married the grand-daughter of Seyed Abbas, a member of the Dosh Sultan Family. This was a family great renown. Seyed Abbas was very pious. He was used to constant devotion to Allah. He died at Tharaweeh prayers in the Grand Mosque, New moor Street, while prostrating in Sujood.

 

Seyed Abbas married Muthunga Natchia or Magdoom Natchia, a sister of Naina Marikkar and father of Abu Backer, A.M. Thowfeek, a.M Shahul Hameed and A.M. Kudoos. Seyed Abbas had a daughter named Moomina Umma should marry her cousin, Abu Backer. But owing to a misunderstanding the proposal fell through. Her father, Aeyyed Abbas, looked for a pure Arab for the hand of his daughter. It was this time that Ibraheem bin Ahmed was carrying on successful silk shop in the premises known today as Bulgarian Hotel. Ibraheem bin Ahmed was from Arab country called Zabeedee. He was very prosperous businessman and was investing large sums of money on immovable properties on either road facing his shop. A prominent figure among local Muslim circles, he joined in all their activities. He was very magnanimous with his offers of help for the educational movement, for Zahira College and Hameedia School.

 

Seyed Abbas married his daughter Moomina Umma to Ibrahim bin Ahmed, a nobleamn of Arab descent. A beautiful daughter, named Amina Umma was born to him. She was destined to become the wife of Sir Razik Fareed in 1913. He was the envy of many suitors.   

 Ibrahim bin ahmed’s nephew (his siter’s son) Abdulla Seyed Mohamed Dawood Al Battah is a Quazi in Crater.Aden. He is very regular correspondent with his cousin, Lady Fareed. Amina Umma or Lady Fareed has a genealogy extending right up to Mohammad (Sal) and her genealogy is given below

The roots of tree or SHAJARA

  1. Mohamed (Sallallahu Alaihi Wa sallam)
  2. Fathima (ral)
  3. Seyed Imam Hassan
  4. Seyed Imam Ali Zainul Abdeen
  5. Seyed Imam Mohamed Baqir
  6. Seyed Al Imam Jaffer Us Sadiq
  7. Seyed Ali Ul Aruly
  8. Seyed Mohamed
  9. Seyed Isa Un Naqeeb
  10. Seyed Mohamed Ahmed Muhajir
  11. Seyed Abdullah
  12. Seyed Alavi
  13. Seyed Mohamed Faqihul Muqaddam
  14. Seyed Alavi
  15. Seyed Ali Haliyal Qasam
  16. Seyed Mohamed Sahibul Mirbath
  17. Seyed Ali
  18. Seyed Al Faquihul Muqaddam Mohamed
  19. Seyed Alavi
  20. Seyed Ali Mawlad Dafeela
  21. Seyed Mohamed Sahibul Mirbath
  22. Seyed Abdul Rahman Saqqaf
  23. Seyed Abu Bakr Sakran
  24. Seyed ali
  25. Seyed Hassan
  26. Seyed Omar
  27. Seyed Hussain
  28. Seyed Saleem
  29. Seyed Salih ( of the Damper Sultan Family)
  30. Seyed Abbas (daughter of Moomina married Haji Ibraheem bin Ahmed; their daughter Amina Married A.R.A Razik, Now Sir Razik Fareed)

Sir Razik, by this marriage, had one daughter whom he named Hajara. Unfortunately, she was destined to die early.

 

Source; – SIR RAZIK FAREED

 

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10 thoughts on “The women who influenced Sir Razik’s Family”

  1. hi bro
    thnx for giving these informations but i would like to ask you a question there are three brothers with wapicha marikar what about there family tree if u know pls mail me thnx
    catch u later
    bye

  2. The following is the late A.M. Wapche Marikar’s ancestry:

    1. Segu Fareed Sinne Mamu Naina Alias Mamina Pulle
    2. Assana Marikar
    3. Sheikh Fareed Alias Mira Lebbe Marikar
    4. Arisi Marikar
    5. Waptche Marikar
    6. W.M Abdul Raheman
    7. Sir Razik Fareed
    4. Pitche Thamby
    5. Miskin Bawa
    6. Ahmed Lebbe
    4.Sinnala Marikar alias Marikar Pulle
    5. Rasa Marikar
    6.Sinnala Marikar.

  3. My grandmother ( Ummu Salma)is the first cousin of “Sir Razik” from what I have heard from the family. Since her death we have no connections with them. She is the daughter of “Abusali Bass” from Wellawatte. Would appreciate if you could help me to know how and where we come into the family.

  4. Hi!
    F.Mohamed,
    Here with I am fwding you the informations I got…
    Sir Raziks own blood sisters are
    as follows:-

    1. Ummu Razeena who married Ghouse Mohideen
    2. Ummu Rakeeba who married Mohamed Fuard

    His only first cousins (females)on record are as follows:-

    1. Hajara Umma who married Muhammad Ismail Abdul Rahman Mudaliyar
    2. Kawla Umma who married CM Aboobucker

    3. Hafeel Umma Marikar

    4. Abeera Umma Marikar who married Muhammad Abubucker

    There is one second cousin as follows:-

    1. Fatheela Umma S.M. (sister of Dr, SM jabir of Beruwela) who married
    Muhammad Zain

    Please go through this site for information…

    http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~lkawgw/gen050.html

    1. “2. Ummu Rakeeba who married Mohamed Fuard”

      I am researching my family tree. Are you referring to Samsi Lebbe Mohamed Fuard who was a resident of Dematagoda…. thank you!

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