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Ayutthaya, also known as Iudea or Juthia

1351-1767

Kings of Ayutthaya

  • 1590-1605 : Naresuan
  • 1605-1610 : Ekathotsarot
  • 1610-1611 : Sisaowaphak
  • 1611-1628 : Songtham (1610/11 - 12 December 1628)
  • 1628-1629 : Chetthathirat (December 1628 - August 1629)
  • 1629-1629 : Athityawong (August 1629 - September 1629)
  • 1629-1656 : Prasatthong (September 1629 - 7/8/ August 1656)
  • 1656-1656 : Chai (8 August 1656)
  • 1656-1656 : Sisuthammaracha (August 1656 - 29 November 1656)
  • 1656-1688 : Narai (October 1656 - 11 July 1688)
  • 1688-1703 : Phetracha ( August 1688 - 5 February 1703)
  • 1703-1709 : Süa (February 1703 - 9 February 1709)
  • 1709-1733 : Thaisa (February 1709 - 13 January 1733)
  • 1733-1758 : Uthumphon (May 1758 - 1 June 1758)
  • 1758-1767 : Ekathat (June 1758 - March/April 1767)

Opperhoofden van de VOC factorij (heads of the Dutch VOC factory)

Zie het project VOC Opperhoofden in Thailand...

Trading posts in the Kingdom

Dutch

  • Patani (1601-1623) (Jacob Corneliszoon van Neck in 1602. Two 'comptoirs' in 1602: Amsterdam and Zeeland)
  • Songkhla/Sangora (1607-1623)
  • Ayutthaya (1608-1765) (set up by Jan Pieterszoon Coen)
    • 1732: 240 familles, 1,443 people
  • Phuket (1626- )
  • Nakhon Si Thammarat / Ligor (1640-1756)

English

  • Ayutthaya (1611-1622)
  • Patani (1612-1632)

Portuguese

  • Ayutthaya

Japanese

  • Ayutthaya

French

  • Ayutthaya ( -1688)
  • Phuket (1680- )
  • Bangkok
  • Mergui / Myeik ( -1688)

Dissertation about French governors in Bangkok, Phuket and Mergui...

Governors of the trading posts

Mergui

  • 1683-1685 : Richard Barnaby
  • 1685-1687 : Samuel White
  • 1687-1688 : Chevalier de Beauregard (governor of the fort: Lt. du Bruant)

Phuket

  • - 1676 : Okphra/Okkhun Phet
  • 1676-1677 : Mohammed Beg and Ismail Beg
  • 1677-1684 : ?
  • 1684-1686 : René Charbonneau
  • 1686-1688 : Sieur de Billy

Phuket Timeline

(Malay: Ujong Salang - often westernized as Jonsalam and Junkceylon) (Thalang)

  • Districts...
    • Chalang (north)
      • Governors ("Phraya")... (source: Guerini)
        • ...
        • xxxx-xxxx : Chom Rang
        • xxxx-xxxx : Khang Seng
        • xxxx-xxxx : the eldest son of Chom Rang (titled Phrang Thalang)
        • xxxx-ça. 1780 : a Malay from Kedah
        • ca. 1780-ca. 1784 : Mom Sri Phakdi
    • Phuket (south)
      • Governors...
        • around 1784 : Phya Phimon
    • post 1785
      • Phya Bimol
  • Early Ports
    • By Thomas Bowrey (1688)
      • Bankuala (Khelong Bay? Southwest of the island - Khlong Bangla? Why not identical to Ban Karon?)
      • Buckett (obviously Phuket Town)
      • Luppoone (Lipon/Liphon? As an extension of the waterways around Ban Tha Rua?)
    • By Alexander Hamilton (1727)
      • Putom (West - now Ban Karon? Same as Bankuala?))
      • Lampacao (South)
      • Phuket Town
  • 1658 : VOC patrol boat and Phuket factory seized by Malays. Factory burnt down. Dutch opperhoofd injured but escaped.
  • 1673 : VOC blockade of Phuket (January 1673 - lasting til 1675). Facts related by Steven Claarbout, VOC trader in Phuket. The VOC lost control over Phuket (and its tin trade).
  • VOC opperhoofd in 1689 : Johan Keijts