Sultan Abdullah Muhammad Shah II [Sultan Perak ke-26 1874 - 1877]

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Sultan Abdullah Muhammad Shah II Al-Marhum Sultan Jaafar Safiuddin Muazzam Shah

Birthdate:
Death: Died in Kuala Kangsar, Perak, Malaysia
Place of Burial: Bukit Chandan
Immediate Family:

Son of Sultan Jaafar Muazzam Shah [Sultan Perak ke-23 1857 - 1865] and [3] Wan Ngah Mahtra Wan Abdul Rahman
Husband of Wife 2; Che Syariah; [2] Inche’ Rahsiah; [4] Inche’ Halima; [7] Inche’ Fatima and 6 others
Ex-husband of [1] Y.A.M. Raja Tipah binti Raja Ngah Putra and Raja Tipah Sultan Shahabuddin
Father of Raja Khalijah (Tengku Suri); Raja Mohamad Husin; Raja Aishah; Raja Maheran; Raja Mansur Sultan Abdullah Muhammad Shah II and 24 others
Brother of Raja Nandak Sultan Jaafar Safiuddin Muazzam Shah
Half brother of Raja Long sultan jaafar safiuddin muazzam shah; Raja Ngah binti Sultan Jaafar Safiuddin Muazzam Shah and Raja Muda Musa Sultan Jaafar Safiuddin Muazzam Shah

Occupation: 26th Perak Sultan (1874-1877), 26th Paduka Seri Sultan of Perak
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About Sultan Abdullah Muhammad Shah II Al-Marhum Sultan Jaafar Safiuddin Muazzam Shah

S. Abdullah Muhammad Shah II. Sultan Perak ke26; 1874-6. -------------------- Became the 26th Sultan of Perak following the signing of the Pangkor Treaty on 20 January 1874. Exiled to the Seychelles in 1877 following the assassination of JWW Birch.

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Sultan Abdullah Muhammad Shah II [Sultan Perak ke-26 1874 - 1877]'s Timeline

1842
1842
1867
1867
Age 25
Tanjung Brambang, Perak
1871
1871
Age 29
1874
January 20, 1874
- 1876
Age 32
Batak Rabit, Perak
1877
March 30, 1877
Age 35
Seychelles

Following the arrest of Dato’ Maharaja Lela and his conspirators, Sultan Abdullah, together with members of his family, was sent into exile by the British to the Seychelles on 30 March 1877, together with the Orang Kaya Kaya Menteri Larut Ngah Ibrahim Long Jaafar, Orang Kaya Kaya Laksamana Mohd Amin Alang Duakap and Orang Kaya Kaya Shahbandar Uda Maamor. On arrival at the Seychelles, Sultan Abdullah was provided a government-owned residence initially at Unionvale in Victoria, Mahé.

1882
March 8, 1882
Age 40
1882
Age 40
Seychelles

When the turmoil in Perak had dwindled down, Sultan Abdullah was allowed to return to Victoria, Mahé in 1882. It was during this time, Tuanku was able to lead a quiet yet better lifestyle, being able to mix with people of high society in the island, and having access to Government House. Tuanku’s children (some of whom were born in the Seychelles) attended the local schools – the boys to the Government school, and later to England, whilst the girls attended St. Paul’s Mission School for Girls. It was during Tuanku’s years in Victoria, that he had support from many of the colonial merchants and persons of well-repute in the appeal for his return to the Federated Malay States.

1894
1894
Age 52
Singapore

Tuanku was permitted to return to the Federated Malay States, for which he finally left for in 1894. It was reported that by this time Tuanku had some affectionate attachment with the colony in Seychelles – “… and, on his departure, expressed in a speech the regret which he felt on leaving a colony where he had passed so many happy years“. Tuanku had then lived in the Seychelles for 17 years.

Sultan Abdullah lived for a time in Singapore and then removed to Penang.

1911
1911
Age 69
1922
December 22, 1922
Age 80
Kuala Kangsar, Perak, Malaysia