Betule Sairafi is your 30th cousin 9 times removed.
Flemming Funch is your 44th cousin 29 times removed. he almost like king tut to me hehe
кан ГАБДУЛА ЧЕЛБИР is your 38th cousin 24 times removed.
Khan Chelbir was one of the most famous Rulers of Volga Bulgaria. He was a grandson of Khan Shamkun. The father of Chelbir was the Bulgarian Khan Otek in the period 1164-1178. When Chelbir succeeded the power, he moved the Capital of Volga Bulgaria to the town of Biliar. The times were very unstable. On the east the mongol-tatar hordes were rising. Chelbir understood what a threat are the Mongols. He tried to enstorng Volga Bulgaria and to unite all the klans in the country. The Khan smoothen the relations between the old Bulgar pagans and the other faiths In the Country. In his ruling Chelbir built 40 new fortresses on the east border. The ruler ordered new defences to be made and the people were expecting trouble. Chelbir also made changes in the structure of the army. It consisted of constant forces, and “people resistance”. The Khan was a man of the people, and very manly one. He was ready to meet the danger of the east. To secure his back, Chelbir initiated signing of piece treaties on the west border. In 1223, the troops of the Mongols, after smashing the alans, Georgians and kipchaks, appeared in the south Russian steps. Here on river Kalka, they defeated an Russian army and went back to their steppes on the northern coast of Caspian Sea. Then they crossted the southern drift of Volga and attacked Volga Bulgaria. It was spring. Bulgarians were on their farms. When they heard of the mongol invasion, the bulgar army jumped on them. The battle was around the town of Kernek. This is close to the today Stara Sahcha town in Ulianovska district. And here, in the spring of 1223 the battle happened. Chelbir used his ancient way of fight. At first Bulgarians started to retreat. Happy of the victory the Mongols started a pursuit. This way Bulgarians trapped them into ambush. This story is written by Ibn-Al-Asir, who lived from 160-1233. His text is also quoted in the “history of Chuvasia. “The had lay wait for an ambush, then they appeared against them(the Mongols), meet them, and allured them. After the Mongols arrived in the ambush, they were attacked from all sides, as they stayed in the middle. Only a few of the Mongols survived”. This is the first defeat of the Mongols, who were believed to be invincible to that moment, and dreamed of conquering the world. The first to tell the story of the victory were the citizens of Kernel. This way the genius Khan Chelbir saved the people of Volga Bulgaria and the West from a great Threat – the mongol horde. Soon after that Chelbir passed away. To be exact in the year of 1225.
he's a khan! probably related to genghis khas