Sri Lanka Moor Family Genealogy 

 

MUHMMEDH VIDANE OF NEGOMBO - Family # 214

 

Mathicham Saleem Lebbe Muhammedh Thamby Vidane (1819-1879) of Negombo

He succeeded his father as the Vidane, overseeing a part of Negombo. (A “Vidane” was a headman of an area, with a ranking below that of an “Arachchi” and formed an integral part of the Native Headman system. As a Vidane, he wielded quasi-judicial powers and it is assumed that his jurisdiction in the mid-1800’s encompassed an area that included Udayar Toppuwa. However, neither the date of appoint nor the boundaries of his area of administration is known today as the records pertaining to this information have been misplaced.

 

Mathicham Saleem Lebbe Muhammedh Thamby (subsequently known as Muhammedh Vidane), with the assistance of his father, purchased a plot of land along Meerigama Road Negombo on the 16th of June 1841. By 1846 he had built a Masjidh (Mosque) on this land and named it Udayar Thoppuwa Mosque. In accordance with his wishes, his son Muhammedh Thamby Samsudheen Vidane Arachchi (better known as Dheen Arachchi) succeeded him and assumed the responsibility of the sole Trusteeship of the Masjidh.

 

It was the express wish and desire of Muhammedh Thamby Samsudheen Vidane Arachchi (Dheen Arachchi) that the Sole Trusteeship of the Udayar Toppu Mosque be held by none other than his direct line of male descendants and that too according to seniority. It was further specifically expressed by him that his direct line of male descendants will take preference and precedence over the direct male line descendants of his daughters when assuming the role of sole trusteeship of the Masjid. These two categories have been illustrated at the bottom of this page.

 

The details of those who have served as Sole Trustees of the Masjid are as follows:

 

 

Period

Sole Trustees of the Udayar Thoppuwa Masjid

1

1846-1879

Mathicham Saleem Lebbe Muhammedh Thamby Vidane a.k.a Muhammedh Vidane (1819-1879)

2

1879-1915

Muhammedh Thamby Samsudheen Vidane Arachchi a.k.a Dheen Arachchi (1860-1915)

3

1915-1968

Proctor Ismail Dheen JP (1894 – 1968)

4

1968-1981

Mr. Ibrahim Dheen (1899-1981)

5

1981 upto now

Mr. Rafi Dheen

 

The Masjidh is sustained by the income derived from its properties and contributions made by family members of Muhammed Vidane. The entire land of the Masjidh contains an extent of 01 Acre 01 Rood and 10.75 Perches. The land behind the Masjidh serves as the family burial ground.

 

 

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Udayar Thoppu Mosque, Mirigama Road, Dheen Junction, Negombo

 

 

Negombo, a bustling costal town, has been given the moniker “Little Rome” for the large number of Roman Catholic churches in the area. The majority of people in Negombo are Roman Catholics. However, Muslims make up a significant minority. Muhammedh Vidane’s family is one of the oldest families in Negombo and is known as the “Muslim Royal Family” by the people of Negombo.

 

Muhammedh Thamby Samsudheen Vidane Arachchi a.k.a Dheen Arachchi (1860 – 1915) of Negombo – 2c

He was the first Muslim to pass the Cambridge Senior Examination in Negombo. After completing his studies (Cambridge Senior), he got involved in managing the family estates. The British Administrators of Ceylon (Sri Lanka) appointed him “Vidane Arachcchi” for Negombo in 1896. (A “Vidane Arachchi” was the headman of an area with a ranking above an Arachchi but below a Muhandiram and formed an integral part of the Native Headman system). As a Vidane Arachchi, he wielded quasi-judicial powers. This was the highest position held by a Muslim in Negombo in the Native Department of the British Government of Ceylon. Hence he was popularly known as Dheen Arachchiar. He held this post until his death at the age of 55 on the 11th of December 1915.

 

Dheen Arachchiar built his two-storied house known as “Yathreeb” in 1895. It was built near his ancestral home, along Mirigama Road (facing St. Lazarus Road and bordering Jayaratne Road, Negombo). “Yathreeb” was one of the landmark buildings in Negombo until it was demolished in 1992 due to the high cost of maintenance. As Dheen Arachchiar was held in high esteem by all  communities, and as Muhammedh Vidane’s family owned most of the property in the neighbourhood, the entire area came to be known as “ Dheen Junction“.

 

 

Description: Samsudheen Vidane Arachchi alias Dheen Arachchi (1860-1915) of Negombo

Samsudheen Vidane Arachchi a.k.a Dheen Arachchiar (1860 - 1915)

 

Description: Hafsa Marikar Dheen (1870-1950)

Hafsa Marikar Dheen (1870-1950) (Family # 195)

 

Yoosoof Lebbe Vidane of Negombo – 2a3a

The British Administrators of Ceylon appointed him as the Vidane for a part of Negombo (assumed to be for Udayar Toppuwa area). However, neither the date of appoint nor the boundaries of his area of administration is known today as the records pertaining to this information have been misplaced

 

Omardeen Police Vidane (d 1921) of Negombo -2a3d 

The British Administrators of Ceylon appointed him as the Police Vidane. However, neither the date of appoint nor the boundaries of his area of administration is known today as the records pertaining to this information have been misplaced.

 

Proctor S. A. Ismail Dheen JP (1894 – 1968) of Negombo – 2c3c

He was a Crown Proctor, the Second Muslim (first was his younger brother Proctor Samsudheen M. Abdul Raheeman JPUM) to qualify as a Lawyer in Negombo and was the Quazi for Negombo. The British Administrators of Ceylon appointed him as a Justice of the Peace. He was one of the founder members of the Board of Trustees of the Moors’ Islamic Cultural Home

 

Proctor Samsudheen M. Abdul Raheeman JPUM (1896-1965) of Negombo – 2c3d

He was the First Muslim to to qualify as a Lawyer in Negombo. He took oaths as a Proctor in Nineteen twenty (1920)

 

He was the only Muslim to be the Chairman (1941-1944) of the then Negombo Urban Council. He was a Crown Proctor, Justice of the Peace and Unofficial Magistrate. Raheemanabad at Periyamulla Negombo is named after him as a mark of respect to him.

 

He was one of the founder members of the Board of Trustees of the Moors’ Islamic Cultural Home. He was the 08th (01st Muslim) President (1948–1958) of the Negombo Law Society.

 

Al Haj Muhammed Ali Abul Hassen JP (1902-1997) of Hassen Villa Weweldeniya - 3a4a

Muhammed Ali Muhammed Abul Hassen donated his land in Horagolla (Madagoda) Warakapola to build Babul Hassen Central College in 1944.He also donated three shops each to Warakapola Grand Jumma Mosque, Warakapola Town Mosque and two shops to Ganithapura Jumma Mosque.  In addition to this in 1993 he donated four acres of land in Ganithapura, Warakapola to the needy and this area is now known as Hassenpura. 

 

He was one of the founder members and president of the Muslim Ladies Arabic College of Kal-Eliya from the inception till his demise.  He was also one of the founder members of the Board of Trustees of the Moors’ Islamic Cultural Home.

 

As per his wishes, his daughter Mrs Hafeela Hassan Cassim (1931-2013) and son Mr Abdul Raheeman Hassen JP (1932-2002) donated the property of Dharul Hassenath Academy of Warakapola under a deed of Trust (Wakf) in 2001. 

 

His land was taken over by the Sri Lankan Government to put up the Warakapola Police Station.

 

The state, acknowledging his philanthropy and educational activity, honoured him with the title of Justice of the Peace for the whole Island in the 1950s. 

 

Marikar Abdul Razack Vidane (d 1957) of Negombo – 2d3b

The British Administrators of Ceylon appointed him as the Vidane for a part of Negombo. However, neither the date of appoint nor the boundaries of his area of administration is known today as the records pertaining to this information have been misplaced.

 

Yoosoof Lebbe Mubarak Vidane of Negombo - 2a3a4c

He succeeded his father as the Vidane overseeing a part of Negombo. It is assumed that his jurisdiction encompassed an area that included Udayar Toppuwa. However, neither the date of appoint nor the boundaries of his area of administration is known today as the records pertaining to this information have been misplaced.

 

Omardeen Abdul Wahab Vidane of Negombo -2a3d4e 

The British Administrators of Ceylon appointed him as the Vidane overseeing a part of Negombo. However, neither the date of appoint nor the boundaries of his area of administration is known today as the records pertaining to this information have been misplaced.

 

Mrs. Safa Abdulla Ismail (1914 - 2007) of Puttalam - 2c3b4a

She was the first Muslim girl to be enrolled at Newstead College Negombo.

 

Proctor Hussain. S. Ismail (1901-1974) Puttalam –2c3b4a of 

He was a member of the Puttalam Urban Council from 1928-1947 and was its Chairman from 1942-1947. He had the unique distinction of becoming the first elected Member of Parliament in the first general election held for the Parliament of Independent Ceylon in 1947. He was elected uncontested on the day of the nominations. He was the Deputy Minister of Food (1947-48) the Deputy Speaker (1952-1956) of the House of Representatives (Parliament) and subsequently was appointed as the Speaker in 1956 and held this post until 1959 and thereby became the first Muslim to be the Speaker of the House of Representatives.                                                           

 

He served as the founder President of the Ceylon Baithulmal fund Inc until his death. He was one of the founder members of the Board of Trustees of the Moors’ Islamic Cultural Home. He was also a president of Ceylon Muslim Scholarship Fund. He was also instrumental in setting up the Puttalam Zahira College.

 

He was offered the MBE (Member of the Order of the British Empire) in Nineteen Forty Nine (1949) but he refused to accept it.

 

The Government of Sri Lanka issued a Stamp in honour of him on Eighteenth May Two Thousand and Three (18-05-2003).

 

Mr. Abdulla Thaha (1915 – 1969) of Negombo – 2c3b4b

He was a member of the Negombo Urban Council

 

Mr. Anis Sheriff JP (1922 - 2003) of Negombo – 2c3b4f

He was the first Muslim to be the Deputy Mayor of Negombo Municipal Council and was also a member of the Western Provincial Council. The Government of Sri Lanka appointed him as a Justice of the Peace.

 

Dr. M. Thassim Abdulla (1926-2010) of Negombo – 2c3b4g

He completed the MBBS Examination at the Colombo Medical Faculty in Nineteen Fifty Two (1952) and thereby became the first Muslim to qualify as a Doctor in Negombo.

 

Mrs. Hamzathul Inaya Abdul Raheeman Abdul Rahim (1927) of Negombo – 2c3c4b

She was the first Muslim girl to pass the Senior School Certificate Examination in Negombo. She donated Eighty (80) Perches (half an Acre) of land in early 1960s for the Mosque in Ellaramulla Pasyala.

 

Advocate Kaleel Raheeman (1933- 1998) of Negombo – 2c3d4d

The Government of Sri Lanka appointed him as the Quazi for Negombo.He was the 20th (02nd Muslim) President (1987–1989) of the Negombo Law Society

 

Mrs.  Fareeda Abdul Cader Raheeman (1939-2013) of Negombo –2c3d4d

Her land was taken over by the Government of Sri Lanka to start up the Technical College at Warakapola

 

Proctor Mahroof JPUM (1919-1990) of Negombo – 2c3e4b

He was a member of the Negombo Municipal Council, Crown Proctor, Justice of Peace and unofficial Magistrate 

 

Dr. Rifdhy Dheen (1942) of New Castle, United States of America – 2c3f4d

He donated a plot of land along Colombo-Chillaw Road in Negombo to the Negombo Grand Mosque in Two Thousand and One (2001) to build a Masjid. The Masjid has been named as Al Masjidhul Dheen and the road leading to the Masjidh has been named as Dheen Road. 

 

He was the first Muslim in Negombo to qualify as a Gynaecologist and Cardiologist.  He migrated to United Sates of America in Nineteen Seventy Three (1973) and practised as a Cardiologist.

 

Mr.  Abdul Raheem Rafeek JP (1927-1989) of Warakapola) – 2c3g4b

Mr.  Macky Hassan JP (1932 – 1998) (He was one of his close friends since late 1950s as well as the Father-in-Law of his son Shams Mufees Rahmathullah Rafeek – Chartered Engineer) in referring to the late Abdul Raheem Muhammed Rafeek in his appreciation letter published in Lake House newspapers and Upali newspapers states as follows “The sudden shock and bereavement that followed plunged Warakapola into a state of mourning when the news spread of the passing away of A.  R.  M.  Rafeek JP a trusted leader and a prominent social worker of the area who succumbed to a severe heart attack on October 22nd this year while answering a telephone call.  People who came in contact with him remember two outstanding traits of his personality.They remember him as a man of great resolution and strong conviction and also one who relentlessly worked to complete whatever he undertook.  He was a source of help and assistance to all those who sought his help.  Cast or creed, race or religion did not hamper him for he treated all alike.  He moved with the poor and rich, the week and the mighty with equal ease never fearing to call a spade a spade. He played a leading role in improvements to the hospital, places of religious worship, schools, co-operatives in Warakapola and road to the Warakapola Grand Jummah Mosque.He never hesitated to take bold decisions.  He was a landed proprietor, may be a successful politician too if he took to it, but power or fame or personal glory was not what he craved for.He preferred to serve the people especially in the field of education.He became a dedicated social worker through his own personality and perseverance, not because he was helped by others.  His name no doubt will be long remembered by the people of Warakapola as a dynamic, fearless and human leader for the cause of the poor and upliftment of the community.The Janaza took place on Monday 23rd morning at the Warakapola Grand Jummah Mosque amidst a very large and representative gathering.  May Almighty Allah grant him Jennath-ul-Firdhous Aameen”.

 

Abdul Raheem Muhammed Rafeek had a close relationship with the United National Party leadership (The following had visited his house in Warakapola namely Honourable Prime Minister Dudley Senanayake, Honourable Prime Minister Ranasinghe Premadasa, Honourable Minister Dr.Nissanka Wijeyeratne - Cabinet Minister of Education, Higher Education & Justice and Honourable Minister Gamini Dissanayake – Cabinet Minister of Irrigation, Power and Highways to name a few) but he never used this relationship for any personal benefit but always used it for the development of Warakapola. He was popularly known as “Rafeek Mahattaya” among the Sinhala speaking community and as “Rafeek Dora” among the Tamil speaking community in the area.  The state, acknowledging his philanthropy and educational activity, honoured him with the title of Justice of the Peace for the whole Island in 1983.

 

Mr. Saleem Marikar (1925-2011) of Negombo – 2c3g4c

The attributes of preparing the family tree and the family album of the Dheen Arachchi’s family goes to him. He took the pains to collect and compile details during his leisure time.

 

Mr. Ismaildeen Marikar (1941) of Mount Lavinia – 2c3j4d

He was a Founder member and the Managing Director (1997-2004) of Amana Investments Limited (now Amana Bank Plc – the pioneer Islamic Finance organisation in Sri Lanka).  

 

Captain Fahim Abdul Wahab of Colombo – 2a3d4e5c

He was the first Muslim to qualify as a Pilot in Negombo

 

Mr. Sheriff M. Sabry FCA (1940-2008) of Ratmalana –2c3b4e5a

He was the 35th (First Muslim) Auditor General of Sri Lanka. He was appointed on 26th January 1993 and held office till 13th August 2000.

 

Mr. S. L. M.Farook (1937- 1996) of Mawanella – 2c3e4a5b

He was a Member of the Sabaragamuwa Provincial Council at the time of his death.

 

Dr.  Shareef Mihlar JP (1946) of Warakapola – 2c3g4b5a

Muhammed Shareef Muhammed Mihlar was the founder President of the Horagolla Mosque which is now known as Masjid Al Hudha in Madagoda (Horagolla) Warakapola.  In 1975 when he was putting up his house in Madagoda (Horagolla) Warakapola he had the intention of building a mosque as there wasn’t a mosque in that area.  In order to accomplish his desire, with the generous contribution of the community a small plot of land was purchased in 1977 and the mosque was built in 1979. 

 

Together with his brother Mr.  M.  Shareef M.  Fareed (1953-2012), he donated the property of Al-Madhrasathus-Shareefiyyah of Warakapola to the Warakapola Grand Jumma Mosque in December 1999 (21st Ramadhan 1420). 

 

The state acknowledging his philanthropy, honoured him with the title of Justice of the Peace for the Judicial District of Kegalle in 1983

 

Mr.  M.A.  Caesar Reyan Hassan (1947-2015) of Sufiya Villa Banagala Estate Katugastota –2c3g4b5b

He obtained the highest number of preferential votes for the Pathadumbara Electorate during the local government elections held in Nineteen ninety one (1991) and thereby became the first Muslim to be the Vice Chairman of the Pathadumbara Pradeshiya Sabava. He was deprived of the post of Chairman as the then United National Party Leadership wanted to appoint a Buddhist of Kandyan Govigama caste for the Post of Chairman since the majority of people in this electorate were Buddhists. Hence the person who came third was appointed as the Chairman (the person who came second was a Buddhist but not from the Kandyan Govigama caste).

 

Mr. Ajward Cassim (1955-1995) – 2c3i4a5a of Belgrade.

He Migrated to Yugoslavia and was appointed as the Honorary Counsel General of Sri Lanka for Yugoslavia and held this post until his death.

 

Captain Akram Alavi (1968) – 2c3b4c5b6a of Negombo

He is the first Muslim from Negombo to hold the rank of Captain in the Sri Lanka Navy and was Navy Media Spokesperson from October 2015 to January 2017. He was awarded Rana Wickrema Padakkama and Rana Sura Padakkama. He retired from the Sri Lanka Navy in January 2017 having done a 26 years of meritorious service to the nation

 


Keeping in touch

On the initiative of Mr. Zakir Mihlar the following eleven family members decided to organize the first family get-together. Mr. Wazeer Wasuuk, Mr. Caesar Reyan Hassan, Mr.Nazmi Hameed, Mr. Irshad Maruzook, Mr. Shums Anver, Mr. Silmy Farook, Mr. Wamik Wasuuk, Mr. Shahin Hassan, Mr. Sajeek Wasuuk, Mr. Lareef Hassan and Mr. Mufthy Muneer Anver Ali met on 10th January 2003 and planned to have the get-together on the 26th of April 2003 at Hotel Elephant Bath in Kandy.

 

However, on 16th February 2003, some of the senior family members requested the initiators to hold the first family get-together in Negombo instead. Consequently, the venue was changed from Kandy to Negombo (along with the data, feedback from members etc. collected by the initiators) and the first family get-together was held at Mrs. Fareeda Abdul Cader Raheeman's residence on 17th May 2003. The family get-together which has now become a biennial event is an important date on the Dheen Arachchiar family calendar. Each branch of the family: Negombo, Colombo & Kandy (which includes Kurunegala and Warakapola) takes turns at organizing the get-together.

 

Mr. Rashard Dheen has created the group“Muhammedh Vidane of Negombo – Sri Lanka “on Facebook so that the family members of Muhammedh Vidane can keep in touch, especially useful for those who have migrated. This group is open to members of Mathicham Muhammedh Vidane’s family (descendants of Mathicham Muhammedh Vidane and their spouses) who are over 18 years of age. Additionally, the family can also communicate through the WhatsApp group “Dheen Arachchiar Family”.

 

The suggestion to create a family fund was made by Mr. Wamik Wasuuk. The fund serves to help family members facing urgent financial need such as a medical emergency. 


Please note

Details of adopted children are not included here since the lineage of the adopted child does not become established with the adoptive parents. According to Surah al-Ahzab, verses 4 & 5 the child should not be attributed except to the natural parents, and not to those who have adopted him/her.

 

Abbreviations:

a. k. a              -           also known as

Dr                    -           Doctor. 

d.                     -           Died. 

JPUM               -           Justice of Peace and Unofficial Magistrate. 

JP                     -           Justice of the Peace. 

div                   -           Divorced

 


 

Updated – January 2019

 


1. Mathicham Saleem Lebbe Muhammedh Thamby Vidane (1819-1879) + Amina (1829- 1899)

2a. Meena Muhammedh Thamby + Name not known

3a Yoosoof Lebbe Vidane + Name not known

4a Yoosoof Lebbe Razeen + Name not known

4b Fathima Yoosoof Lebbe+ Name not known

4c Yoosoof Lebbe Mubarak Vidane+ Name not known

4d Yoosoof Lebbe Magdoom+ Name not known

4e Yoosoof Lebbe Sulaiman+ Name not known

4f Naleera Yoosoof Lebbe+ Name not known

4g Rahila Yoosoof Lebbe+ Name not known

4h Nahar Yoosoof Lebbe+ Name not known

3b Idroos Lebbe + Name not known

4a Rahma Idroos Lebbe+ Name not known

4b Idroos Lebbe Jalan+ Name not known

4c Shareefa Idroos Lebbe+ Name not known

4d Fathima Idroos Lebbe+ Name not known

4e Idroos Lebbe Hassendeen+ Name not known

4f Idroos Lebbe Abdul Razak+ Name not known

3c Zainudeen + Name not known

4a Zainudeen Abul Hassen+ Name not known

4b Zainudeen Yoosufdeen+ Name not known

4c Zainudeen Hassendeen+ Name not known

4d Zainudeen Abdul Haneefa+ Name not known

4e Zainudeen Muhammed Deen+ Name not known

4f Sameena Zainudeen+ Name not known

4g Shaheeda Zainudeen+ Name not known

3d Omardeen Police Vidane (d 1921) + Name not known

4a Jameela Omardeen+ Name not known

4b Omardeen Yoosufdeen+ Name not known

4c Fathima Omardeen+ Name not known

4d Omardeen Sally+ Name not known

4e Omardeen Abdul Wahab Vidane + Jazeema

5a. Jazeem Abdul Wahab + Natheeza Marikar

6a.Nazneem Abdul Wahab Dr

6b. Aqeel Abdul Wahab + Hoda

5b.Mazeena Abdul Wahab (1936) + Zunoon Naleem (1930-2003)

6a. Rizna Naleem (1968) + Nawfal

7a. Fawzan Nawfal

6b. Rifham Naleem (1969) + Benazir Sameem Dr (1972) - 2c3f4c5b (# 31, 32195)                                                                                         

7a. Aasim Naleem (2001)

7b. Saadiya Naleem (2002)

7c. Aadhil Naleem (2008)

6c. Rizkiya Naleem (1977) + Shuhabib Mahroof

7a. Fathima Mahroof 

7b. Shafiya Mahroof

5c. Fahim Abdul Wahab Captain + Kamila

6a. Shamila Abdul Wahab + Ishan Abdul Gaffoor

7a. Adhil Abdul Gaffoor

7b. Aneeka Abdul Gaffoor

6b. Azkiya Abdul Wahab + Inam

7a. Abdul Kareem Inam

7b. Maryam Inam

6c. Irshard Abdul Wahab + Zinda Abdul Wadood

7a. Laila Abdul Wahab

5d. Fazly Abdul Wahab + Zahara

6a. Shaheed Abdul Wahab

6b. Nadheer Abdul Wahab

5e. Hazari Abdul Wahab + Mufarrig

6a. Mafrooha Muffarig + Niffar

5f. Rizmy Abdul Wahab (1961) + Irshard Lafir (1954)

6a. Azdi Irshard (1988) + Arza Nawaz (1991) – 2c3j4a5c6a (# 195)  

7a. Ayaan Azdi (2016)

6b. Zikara Irshard

6c. Zaid Irshard

5g. Mahima Abdul Wahab + Imthiaz 

6a. Hakeem Imthiaz

4f Omardeen Abubaker+ Name not known

4g Rasheeda Omardeen + Lafir

5a. Fawzul Lafir Dr + Name not known

5b. Najeeb Lafr

Not Married

5c. Fari Lafir + Bish-ul-Hafi

6a. Irfan Bish-ul-Hafi Dr (1972) + Amra Hassen (1980) (# 162)

7a. Azka Irfan (2003)

7b. Nafeesa Irfan

7c. Sara Irfan (2007)

6b.Iqbal Bish-ul-Hafi (1974) + Name not known

6b.Shamil Bish-ul-Hafi (1975) + Name not known

5d. Name not known + Ziyabdeen

6a. Zahran Ziyabdeen

6b. Zanha Ziyabdeen (1984) + Rashard Dheen (1982) - 2c3f4f5b (# 3132195)

7a. Zuha Dheen

7b. Ramla Dheen                                                                                                          

5e. Anam Lafir + Name not known

5f. Fahim Lafir + Name not known

4h Omardeen Thahir+ Name not known

4i Zavahira Omardeen+ Name not known

3e. Hafsa+ Name not known

4a Ismail+ Name not known

4b Sulaiman+ Name not known

4c Nahar+ Name not known

4d Haneefa+ Name not known

4e Azeema+ Name not known

3f Latheefa + Name not known

4a Fathima+ Name not known

3g Ahamed Deen + Name not known

No Issue

3h Sayyed Muhammed + Name not known

No Issue

2b. Khaleefa Umma Muhammedh Thamby + Name not known

3a Ismail + Name not known

4a Ismail Sally+ Name not known

4b Ismail Ramzeen+ Name not known

4c Ismail Rally+ Name not known

3b Hassen + Name not known

4a Kulzoom Hassen

4b Hassen Sattar

4c Hassen Shahabdden

4d Hassen Abdul Hameed

2c. Muhammedh Thamby Samsudheen Vidane Arachchi a.k.a Dheen Arachchiar (1860 – 1915) + Hafsa Marikar (1870 – 1950) (# 195

3a. Hassan Dheen (1891 - 1910)

Died young.

3b. Fathima Zuhara Dheen (1893 - 1967) + Abdulla (d 1944)

4a. Safa Abdulla (1914-2007) + Noordeen (d 1946)

5a. Shifa Noordeen (1939) + Fahurdeen Marikar JP (1937) -2c3j4c (# 195)  

6a. Shiyama Marikar (1964) + Muneer Attorney-at-Law (1960) (div)

7a. Shazna Muneer (1988)

7b. Shaik Muneer (1992)

4a 2nd Spouse of Safa Abdulla (1914-2007) + Hussain Sheikha Ismail Proctor (1901-1974) (# 202)

No Issue.

4b. Abdulla Thaha (1915 – 1969) + Kadheeja (1924 – 1989)

5a. Haris Thaha (1950-2017) + Rifaya Muhammed (1952)

6a. Assheik Abdulla Haris Mufthi (1982) + Asma Abdul Matheen (1987) (# 34)

7a. Zainab Haris (2010)

7b. Muhammed Haris (2012)

7c. Abdul Rahman Haris (2013)

7d. Aaisha Haris (2015)

7e. Yahya Haris (2017)               

6b. Assheik Ubaidulla Haris Mufthi (1984) + Raheema Abdul Sattar

7a. Ruqayyah Haris (2013)

7b. Thalha Haris (2015)

7c. Safiyah Haris (2017)

6c. Assheik Ismail Haris Hafiz (1985)

7a. Maryam Haris (2018)

6d. Fathima Haris (1987) + Assheik Abuzar Gifari Hafiz

7a. Zainab Abuzar (2010)

7b. Ahmad Abuzar (2013)

7c. Huzaifa Abuzar (2017)

6e. Yoosuf Haris (1989) + Fathima Iqbal

7a. Abdullah Haris (2017-2017)

6f. Aysha Haris (1992) + Assheik Muhammed Hafiz

7a. Fathima Muhammed

7b. Ibrahim Muhammed

7c. Ruqayyah Muhammed

6g. Thahira Haris (1994)

5b. Sabir Thaha (1951-2003) + Fazeela Thameem (1959)

6a. Sarah Sabir (1985) + Arshad Iqbal (1978) (# 137)

7a. Afeefa binth Arshad (2012)

7b. Adhl bin Arshad (2015)

6b. Hafsa Sabir (1988) + Ishfak Marikar (1984)

7a. Umar Marikar (2018)

6c. Yoosuf Sabir (1989).                                 

6d. Muhammed Sabir (1994).

4c. Suada Abdulla (1917 – 1998) + Cassim Marikar (1910-1983)

5a. Hifli Marikar (1944) + Chitra Perera (1946) (Migrated to Canada in 1974)

6a. Sohail Marikar (1975) + Eileen Retnandan (1975)

7a. Jaylon Marikar (2006)

7b. Eva Marikar (2010) (twins)

7c. Renna Marikar (2010) (twins)

5b. Zulfica Marikar (1947) + Abdul Latiff Alavi (1935-1995) (# 242)

6a. Akram Alavi Captain (1968) + Sabah Odayar (1977)     (# 242)

7a. Adhnan Alavi (1996)

7b. Amman Alavi (2001)

6b. Sheroza Alavi (1970) + Ismail Nabeel (1952)     (# 358)

7a. Sabeena Nabeel (1990) + Usri Usama

8a. Isa Usman (2015)

8b. Yunus Usman (2016)

7b. Mustak Nabeel (1991)

7c. Afdel Nabeel (1995)

6c. Zaniya Alavi (1971) + Rumaiz Abdul Rahim (1965)

7a. Amani Abdul Rahim (1996)

7b. Armila Abdul Rahim (1998)

7c. Akmal Abdul Rahim (2006)

6d. Azly Alavi (1975) + Nazly Marikar (1978)

7a. Althaf Alavi (1998) (twins)

7b. Aqeel Alavi (1998) (twins)  

7c. Ajuwad Alavi (2008)

7d. Aaminah Alavi (2009)

7e. Aaysha Alavi (2012)

5c. Zaufer Marikar (1949) + Jean Rodrigo (Migrated to Canada in 1977)

6a. Rehana Marikar (1977) + Barry

7a. Aiden Barry

5d. Muees Marikar (1951) + Shihara Zanoon (1954) (# 51, 79

6a. Imdad Marikar (1980) + Madevi

7a. Sohale Marikar (2010) 

7b. Daniyal Marikar (2012)

6b. Ihsan Marikar (1984) + Sithana Ismail

7a. Zaid Marikar (2015)

7b. Anaya Marikar (2017)

6c. Iman Marikar (1985) + Hiffath Nizam Dr (1977) – 2c3e4b5b6b (# 195)

4d. Sithy Raihan Abdulla (1919-2006) + Hassan bin Ismail (1922 --1993) (# 111115221319)

5a. Farhana binthi Hassan Ismail (1948) + Saleem Barrie (1942-1995)                

6a. Azard Barrie (1970-2003) + Sithara Khan (1970)

7a Nabeel Barrie (2001)

7b. Idraque Barrie (2003)                               

6b. Zaeeda Barrie (1971) + Nazmi Hameed (1958)

7a. Ajmal Hameed (1998)

7b. Amna Hameed (1999)

6c. Irshard Barrie (1972) + Zeeniya. (Div)

7a. Muhammed Barrie

6c 2nd Spouse of Irshard Barrie (1972) + Rehana (Div)

7b. Adil Barrie

6c 3rd Spouse of Irshard Barrie (1972) + Feroz Ansar (1974).

7c. Zainab Barrie (2006)

7d. Ruqayyah Barrie (2010)

5b. Rafy bin Hassan Ismail (1949) + Thasneen Saleem (1952) (# 3040128129170171, 382)

6a. Azid bin Rafy Ismail (1979) + Ruzla Macan-Markar (1986) (Div) (# 97, 98)

7a. Sanaya binthi Azid Ismail (2018)

6b. Arazan bin Rafy Ismail (1981-2003)

Died young

6c. Azhara binthi Rafy Ismail (1982) + Ziyam Kamil (1977) (# 213040, 80,  90, 106)

7a. Daaniya Kamil (2009)

7b.Thalal Kamil (2011)

7c. Suha Kamil (2013)

5c. Zabeedi binthi Hassan Ismail (1953) + Wazeer Wasuuk (1945-2015)

6a. Wamik Wasuuk (1974) + Shahraniya Ansar (1982)

7a Wakid Ali Wasuuk (2006)

7b. Sheema Wasuuk (2008|

7c. Wajid Ali Wasuuk (2013)

6b. Rukshana Wasuuk (1976) + Silmy Farook. (1969)              

7a Amra Silmy (2001)

7b. Hasna Silmy (2002)

7c. Zayd Silmy (2015)

6c. Sajeek Wasuuk (1978) + Rifka Zahir (1982)

7a. Zafeera Sajeek (2016)

4e. Abdulla Abdul Rahiman Proctor (1921 – 1998) + Hamzathul Inaya Abdul Raheeman (1927) – 2c3d4b. (# 195)

5a. Fahima Abdul Rahiman (1951) + Sheriff Sabry (1940-2008)

6a. Ilham Sabry (1972) + Imran Ahamed (1971) (# 5269140142, 362, 376) (Migrated to Australia)

7a Iman Ahamed (2005)

7b. Manaal Ahamed (2009)

6b. Hathim Sabry (1979) + Safiya Fazle (1985)

7a Adeeb Hathim (2011)

7b. Raida Hathim (2013)

6c. Nisreen Sabry Attorney-at-Law (1981) + Asif Ameer (1977)

7a Sabir Ameer (2011)

7b. Hasna Ameer (2014)

5b. Ifamy.Abdul Rahiman (1954) + Asmiya Ameen

No Issue

5c. Zaina Abdul Rahiman (1956) + Thowfeek Fahmy (1946-2017) (# 3132)

6a. Farazy Fahmy (1978) + Shabnam Musthary (1983)

7a. Aalimah Fahmy (2007)

7b. Ummaynah Fahmy (2010)

7c. Ruqayyah Fahmy (2012)

7d. Umair Fahmy

6b. Shahim Fahmy (1981) + Sabra

7a. Hudha Fahmy

7b. Nuha Fahmy

6c. Atheeka Fahmy (1985)

4f. Ummu Aimun Abdulla (1923-2000) + Anis Sheriff JP (1922-2003) (# 51)

5a. Liyakath Sheriff (1952) + Rafiya Abdeen (1957) (Migrated to UK in 1980s)

6a. Yaseer Sheriff (1986)

6b. Zamruth Sheriff (1987) + Fardeen

5b. Omar Sheriff (1955) + Firzana Zubair (1963)

6a. Ziyan Sheriff (1991)

6b. Zahid Sheriff Dr (1993)

5c Fazeena Sheriff (1963) + Upali Wijesekara (1954) (Migrated to New Zealand in 1980s)

6a. Natasha Wijesekara (1986)

6b. Ninal Wijesekara (1988)

4g. Thassim Abdulla Dr (1926-2010) + Maseena Ebrahim Lebbe.

5a. Rifka Abdulla (1954-1991) + Shuhaib Thameem (1950)

6a. Rishana Shuhaib Dr (1981) + Rinowz Mohamed Siddeek (1980)

7a. Ayad Rinowz Mohamed (2015)

7b. Ayman Rinowz Mohamed (2017)

6b. Ashraq Shuhaib (1990)

5b. Rameez Abdulla (1959) + Kaniza Zarook (1963)

6a. Raeesah Abdulla (1993)

5c. Nageeb Abdulla (1962) + Mujmilkhana (1979)

6a. Zahid Abdulla (2004)

5d. Yasmina Abdulla Dr (1965) + Fazal Sultan Bawa Dr (# 1399104111 , 112115) (Migrated to Australia in 2007)

6a. Amina Sultan Bawa (1998)

6b. Farhim Sultan Bawa (2001)

5e. Faisa Abdulla (1967) + Deepthi Gallage (1965).

6a. Shehani Gallage.

3c Ismail Dheen Proctor JP (1894 - 1968) + Hameeda Habeeb Lebbe (d 1970)

No Issue.

3d. Samsudheen Abdul Raheeman Proctor JPUM (1896 – 1965) + Rahma Abdul Azeez (1910-2002)

4a. Sadique Abdul Raheeman.

Died young.

4b. Hamzathul Inaya Abdul Raheeman (1927) + Abdulla Abdul Rahiman Proctor (1921-1998) - 2c3b4e. (# 195)

5a. Fahima Abdul Rahiman (1951) + Sabry (1940-2008)

6a. Ilham Sabry (1972) + Imran Ahamed (1971) (# 5269140142, 362, 376) (Migrated to Australia)

7a. Iman Ahamed (2005)

7b. Manaal Ahamed (2009)

6b. Hathim Sabry (1979) + Safiya Fazle (1985)

7a. Adeeb Hathim (2011)

7b. Raida Hathim (2013)

6c. Nisreen Sabry Attorney-at-Law (1981) + Asif Amerr (1977)

7a. Sabir Ameer (2011)

7b. Hasna Ameer (2014)

5b. Ifamy.Abdul Rahiman (1954) + Asmiya Ameen

No Issue

5c. Zaina Abdul Rahiman (1956) + Thowfeek Fahmy (1946-2017) (# 3132)

6a. Farazy Fahmy (1978) + Shabnam Musthary (1983)

7a. Aalimah Fahmy (2007)

7b. Ummaynah Fahmy (2010)

7c. Ruqayyah Fahmy (2012)

7d. Umair Fahmy

6b. Shahim Fahmy (1981) + Sabra

7a. Hudha Fahmy

7b. Nuha Fahmy

6c. Atheeka Fahmy (1985)

4c. Hamzakiya Abdul Raheeman (1931) + Haneefa Mahroof Proctor JPUM (1919-1990) – 2c3e4b. (# 195)

5a Saffiya Mahroof (1952) + Isfahan Ameen (1943)  (# 358)

6a Sahma Ameen (1973) + Faizel Marzook. (Migrated to UK in 1990s)

7a. Shahanaz Marzook (1995)

7b. Thahani Marzook (1999)

6b. Nabeela Ameen (1976) + Razeen Mahroof Dr (Migrated to UK in 1990s)

7a. Omar Mahroof (2004)

7b. Haroon Mahroof (2006)

5b. Mueena Mahroof (1954) + Hassim Nizam (1948)

6a. Alfisani Nizam (1974) + Christine

7a. Amir Nizam (2013)

7b. Zackary Nizam (2015)

6b. Hiffath Nizam Dr (1977) + Iman Marikar (1985) - 2c3b4c5d6c (# 5179195)

6c. Nasik Nizam (1978) + Sameera Aflal

7a. Dina Nizam (2015)

7b. Noah NIzam (2017)

6d. Maryam Nizam (1985)

4d. Kaleel Raheeman Advocate (1933 – 1998) + Fareedah Abdul Cader (1939-2013) (# 137215)

5a. Irshard Raheeman (1960) + Yasmin. (Migrated to USA in 1990s)

6a. Rasheeda Raheeman (1995)      

6b. Zareena Raheeman (1999)

5b. Fathima Raheeman (1970) + Shamiq Abdul Cader (1969) (# 8090108)

6a. Deraan Abdul Cader (2002)

6b. Ra’ed Abdul Cader (2008)

4e. Azeema Abdul Raheeman (1938-2013) + Kamaldeen Marikar (1933 - 2006) – 2c3j4a. (# 195)

5a. Amjad Marikar (1962) + Sharmila Abdul Azeez

6a. Sajid Marikar (1991)

6b. Adil Marikar (1997)

6c. Nabeel Marikar

5b. Arshard Marikar (1964) + Farhana Jawahir (1971)

6a. Akeela Marikar (1994) + Muhammed Mafaz

6b. Aaqil Marikar

6c. Aamira Marikar (2002)

6d. Akmal Marikar (2005)

6e. Aathika Marikar (2010)

5c. Aneeka Marikar (1970) + Hussain Nawaz (1961)

6a. Arza Nawaz (1991) + + Azdi Irshard (1988) – 2a3d4e5f6a

7a. Ayaan Azdi (2106)

6b. Atheek Nawaz (1993)

6c. Nadha Nawaz (2003)

6d. Suha Nawaz (2004)

4f. Himaya Abdul Raheeman (1943) + Anver (1939-2019)

5a. Shams Anver (1968) + Moona Hussain (1970)

6a. Zainab Anver 

6b. Amra Anver

5b. Naleefa Anver (1971) + Ziard Attorney-at-Law (1960-2017)  

6a. Amina Ziard (1993) + Ifham Akbar

6b. Adil Ziard (1999)

3e. Shareefa Dheen (1897–1986) + Haneefa (# 195)

4a. Haneefa Cafoor (1916-1970) + Jezima Muhammed (d 2001)

5a. Maseeda Cafoor (1944-2016) + Cassim Junaideen (1939 - 2001)

6a. Deena Junaideen (1968-2004) + Abdul Hameed Maznavi.

7a. Mujahid Maznavi (1996)

7b. Amnah Maznavi (1998)

6b. Dilshard Junaideen (1971) + Shereen Junaid (1978)

7a. Waleed Junaideen (2008)

7b. Saad Junaideen (2010)

6c. Nasma Junaideen (1972) + Rismy Sherif

7a. Hasna Rismy (1999)

7b. Thamana Rismy (2004)

6d. Naushard Junaideen (1975) + Shabana Iqbal (1978)

7a. Sameera Junaideen (2011)

5b. Aleema Cafoor (1947) + Farook (1937-1996)

6a. Siddi Farook (1970) + Shiyana Hussain

7a. Suraiya Farook (2000)

7b. Ruqaiya Farook (2004)

7c. Thahiyya Farook (2011)

6b. Firdouse Farook (1973) + Fazna Mohamed (1977)

7a. Bilaal Farook (2003)

7b. Suha Farook (2005)

6c. Sarah Farook (1974) + Asrar Ahamed (1968)

7a. Luqman Ahamed (2001)

7b. Sabith Ahamed (2003)

7c.Yaseen Ahamed (2011)

5c. Zaheer Hussain Cafoor (1950) + Muneera Marikar (1960)

6a. Adil Hussain (1986) + Ilma Imthiaz

6b. Asfa Hussain (1987) + Sharaff Ahamed (1974)

7a. Hamsa Ahamed (2008)

7b. Aysha Ahamed (2010)

6c. Omar Hussain (1988) + Hajara Zahir (1995)

6d. Usman Hussain (1990)

6e. Ashra Hussain (1995) + Nabeel Abdul Raheem (1992) 

6f. Imaad Hussain (2002)

5d. Mallika Cafoor (1955) + Thamseer Marikar (1947)

6a. Nusrath Marikar (1982) + Azad Hamdoon (1971)

7a. Ibraheem Azad (2008)

7b. Haya Azad (2014)

6b. Zohara Marikar (1984) + Azli Zain ul Abdeen (1977)

7a. Asiyah Abdeen (2014) (triplets)

7b. Aamir Abdeen (2014)   (triplets)

7c. Ayaan Abdeen (2014)   (triplets)

4b. Haneefa Mahroof Proctor JPUM (1919–1990) + Hamzackiya Abdul Raheeman (1931) – 2c3d4c. (# 195)

5a Saffiya Mahroof (1952) + Isfahan Ameen (1943) (# 358)

6a Sahma Ameen (1973) + Faizel Marzook. (Migrated to UK in 1990s)

7a. Shahanaz Marzook (1995)

7b. Thahani Marzook (1999)

6b. Nabeela Ameen (1976) + Razeen Mahroof Dr (Migrated to UK in 1990s)

7a. Omar Mahroof (2004)

7b. Haroon Mahroof (2006)

5b. Mueena Mahroof (1954) + Hassim Nizam (1948)

6a. Alfisani Nizam (1974) + Christine

7a. Amir Nizam (2013)

7b. Zackary Nizam (2015)

6b. Hiffath Nizam Dr (1977) + Iman Marikar (1985) - 2c3b4c5d6c (# 5179195)

6c. Nasik Nizam (1978) + Sameera Aflal

7a. Dina Nizam (2015)

7b. Noah NIzam (2017)

6d. Maryam Nizam (1985)

4c. Fathima Haneefa (1921- 1985) + Calideen Lafir (d. 1990) (# 173, 175)

5a. Rifath Lafir (1948) + Fadeeah Mohideen (1950)

6a. Rushdi Rifath (1977) + Shihama (1979)

7a. Yoosuf Rushdi (2007)

7b. Maryam Rushdi (2014)

6b. Rinosa Rifath (1981) + Geyan Cassim (1980)

7a. Romana Cassim (2008)

7b. Malik Cassim (2017)

5b. Anam Lafir 1950) + Sahani Sally (1952)

6a. Shaham Aanam (1978) + Shazeen Cader (1978)

7a. Shuaib Shaham (2007)

6b. Shafraz Anam (1982) + Shimla (1989)

7a. Zainab Shafra (2010)

7b. Ziad Shafraz (2014)

7c. Yunus Shafraz (2018)

5c. Yameena Lafir (1952) + Abdul Karim (1948)

6a. Yusra Abdul Karim (1976) + Hilmy Salih Dr (1963)

7a. Salma Salih (1998)

7b. Azra Salih (2002)

6b. Faraz Abdul Karim (1979) + Yumna Illyas (1986)

7a. Sheza Faraz (2015)

6c. Thaiyb Abdul Karim (1985-2002)

Died young.

3f. Ibrahim Dheen (1899-1981) + Khadheeja Muhammed Ali (1917-2004) (3132)

4a. Nalim Dheen.

Died young.

4b. Nasuha Dheen (1937) + Abdul Hameed Mohin (1924-2018) – 2c3g4a. (# 195, 380)

5a. Nasreena Mohin (1960) + Anver Ali Aliyar (1947)

6a. Aysha Anver Ali (1980) + Mushthak Ahamed (1978)

7a. Amana Ahamed (2005)

7b. Amina Ahamed (2009)

7c. Adhlan Ahamed (2016)

6b. Rafis Anver Ali (1981) + Sumayha Abdeen

7a. Humaid Rafis (2016)

6c. Mufthy Muneer Anver Ali (1984) + Riyaza Jaffar

7a. Raabiyah Muneer (2016)

5b. Ishrak Mohin (1961) + Raziya Marikar (1969)

No Issue

5c. Shibly Mohin (1964) + Ameena Shafi (1966)

6a. Naveed Mohin (2004)

6b. Amna Mohin (2005)

5d. Lakeena Mohin (1969) + Nifu Hashim (1956) – 2c3h4a5b (div) (# 13195)

6a. Thameej Hashim (1995)

5d 2nd Spouse of Lakeena Mohin (1969) + Thariq Kamal

6b. Omar Thariq (2001)

5e. Hafsa Mohin (1970) + Ifthikar Mukthar (1964)

6a. Ashik Ifthikar (1998)

6b. Atheeb Ifthikar (2001)

6c. Raida Ifthikar (2004)

4c. Fahriya Dheen (1940) + Fahmy Sameem (1937-2018)

5a. Shehnaz Sameem (1970) + Irshad Maruzook (1964)

6a. Shah Azam Irshad (1994)

6b. Nuzhath Ramzani Irshad (1998)

6c. Shahid Shameem Irshad (2000)

5b. Benazir Sameem Dr (1972) + Rifham Naleem (1969) – 2a3d4e5b6b                                                                                                    

6a. Aasim Naleem (2001)

6b. Saadiya Naleem (2002)

6c. Aadhil Naheem (2008)

5c. Farahath Sameem (1976) + Wafi Abdul Bari (# 248)

6a. Zahara Wafi (2003)

6b. Zimam Wafi (2007)

4d. Rifdhy Dheen Dr (1942) + Zulfa Hussain (1952) (# 189) (Migrated to USA in 1973)

5a. Rishan Dheen (1972-1994)

Died young.

5b. Sajeed Dheen (1973- 1979)

Died young.

5c. Hafeez Dheen (1976) + Hashna Cader (# 189)

6a. Nameer Dheen (2005)

6b. Naeema Dheen (2008)

6c. Naeerah Dheen (2009)

5d. Thariq Dheen (1982) + Hunaina Ashraf

6a. Aijaz Dheen (2014)

6b. Sahil Dheen (2016)

4e. Rabiyathus Zacky Dheen (1944) + Thahir Marzuk (1941-1986)

5a. Shakeela Marzuk (1970) + Rauff Lafireen (1960)

6a. Shahima Lafireen (1991)

6b. Laaiq Lafireen 

5b. Dilshard Marzuk (1972) + Ziyard Hassan (1960)

6a. Arshard Hassan (1995)

6b. Khalid Hassan (1999)

6c. Naveed Hassan (2004)

5c. Aktab Marzuk (1977 - 1978)

Died young.

5d. Hasmath Marzuk (1980) + Irshard Izzadeen (1971)

6a. Aamira Irshad (2005)

6b. Ammar Irshad (2007) 

4f. Rafi Dheen (1946) + Ashroffa Ameen (1955)

5a. Rafiya Dheen (1979) + Rushdi Farook Dr

6a. Ruzni Farook (2004)

6b. Razeen Farook (2008)

5b. Rashard Dheen (1982) + Zanha Ziyabdeen (1984) - 2a3d4g5d6b

6a. Zuha Dheen (2010)

6b. Ramla Dheen (2012)

3g. Faleela Dheen (1901-1982) + Muhammed Lebbe Abdul Hameed (1894-1959) (# 380)

4a. Abdul Hameed Mohin (1924-2018) + Nasuha Dheen (1937) – 2c3f4b (# 3132195)

5a. Nasreena Mohin (1960) + Anver Ali Aliyar (1947)

6a. Aysha Anver Ali (1980) + Mushthak Ahamed (1978)

7a. Amana Ahamed (2005)

7b. Amina Ahamed (2009)

7c. Adhlan Ahamed (2016)

6b. Rafis Anver Ali (1981) + Sumayha Abdeen

7a. Humaid Rafis (2016)

6c. Mufthy Muneer Anver Ali (1984) + Riyaza Jaffar

7a. Raabiyah Muneer (2016)

5b. Ishrak Mohin (1961) + Raziya Marikar (1969)

No Issue

5c. Shibly Mohin (1964) + Ameena Shafi (1966)

6a. Naveed Mohin (2004)

6b. Amna Mohin (2005)

5d. Lakeena Mohin (1969) + + Nifu Hashim (1956) – 2c3h4a5b (div) (# 13195)

6a. Thameej Hashim (1995)

5d 2nd Spouse of Lakeena Mohin (1969) + Thariq Kamal

6b. Omar Thariq (2001)

5e. Hafsa Mohin (1970) + Ifthikar Mukthar (1964)

6a. Ashik Ifthikar (1998)

6b. Atheeb Ifthikar (2001)

6c. Raida Ifthikar (2004)

4b. Sithy Rahma Abdul Hameed (1929-2006) + Abdul Raheem Rafeek JP (1927-1989) (# 31)

5a. Mafaza Rafeek (1954) + Shareef Mihlar Dr JP (1946) (# 137,  215)

6a. Zakir Mihlar (1972) + Amriya Hassim Attorney-at-Law (1978) (# 3040628090)

7a. Adheeb Shareef Mihlar (2003)

7b. Nafeesa Zainab Mihlar (2007)

6b. Riza Mihlar Dr (1974) + Limna Rally (1982) (# 184, 358) 

7a. Abdullah Shareef Mihlar (2004)

7b. Aaliya Mihlar (2008)

6c. Mushrifa Mihlar (1975) + Risvi Abdul Majeed (1970)

7a. Maryam Risvi (2005)

7b. Aisha Risvi (2009)

5b. Fariha Rafeek (1955) + Caesar Reyan Hassan (1947-2015)

6a. Shahin Hassan Attorney-at-Law (1975) + Nizreen Sahabdeen Attorney-at-Law (1982)

7a. Shayaan Hassan (2011)

6b. Lareef Hassan (1978) + Ayesha Farook (1987)

7a. Ayaan Hassan (2011)

7b. Zahra Hassan (2015)

6c. Sajjad Hassan (1987) + Azra Ifthikar (1993)

7a. Aleena Hassan (2018)

5c. Mufees Rafeek (1956) + Monira Hassan (1963) (# 105, 358)

6a. Munazza Rafeek (1988) + Shimal Sheriff

6b. Muneef Rafeek (1992)

6c. Muaaz Rafeek (1997)

5d. Auf Rafeek (1958) + Shiyana Hameed (1966)

6a. Shamra Rafeek (1990) + Rinoos Dawood

7a. Hannah Rinooz (2016)

6b. Yumna Rafeek (1994) + Ashiq Mafaz

7a. Umar Ashiq (2018)

6c. Azka Rafeek (2002)

5e. Shiraz Rafeek (1963) + Riswana Zahir (1973)

6a. Arash Rafeek (2002)

6b. Zayan Rafeek (2004)

5f. Faizal Rafeek (1965) + Risviya Mihar (1974)

6a. Farique Rafeek (2003)

6b. Farham Rafeek (2012)

4c. Izzeth Abdul Hameed (1931-2018) + Saleem Marikar (1925-2011)

5a. Mufeel Marikar (1958) + Zeenath Jamaldeen (1966)

6a. Mushrif Marikar (1995)

5b. Fathima Marikar (1961) + Hafeel Abdul Hameed (1956)

6a. Hafeez Abdul Hameed (1984) + Shiroza Ameer (1988)

6b. Nuzla Abdul Hameed (1988) + Nawaz Naazeer (1985)

7a. Nazira Nazeer (2014)

6c. Husna Abdul Hameed (1989) + Jifri Amjad (1979)

6d. Hiflan Abdul Hameed (1994)

3h. Ummu Kulsum Dheen (1904 -1969) + Naina Lebbe Marikar (1899-1971)

4a. Zahira Marikar (1927-2002) + Hilmi Hashim (1929 - 2008) (# 13)                                                                  

5a. Dishkhi Hashim (1955) + Rehana Nalir (1962)

6a. Rameeza Hashim (1988)

6b. Farah Hashim (1992)

5b. Nifu Hashim (1956) + Lakeena Mohin (1969) – 2c3g4a5d. (twins) (div) (# 3132195, 380)

6a. Thameej Hashim (1995)

5b. 2nd Spouse of Nifu Hashim (1956) + Shakira.

6b. Akeela Hashim

5c. Nighmi Hashim (1956) + Inshera Hassan (1965) (twins) (# 105, 358)

6a. Nuzhath Hashim (1992)

6b. Ikram Hashim (1993)

5d. Shahanaz Hashim (1959-2009) + Fassy Saleem (1952) (# 1390112) (Migrated to UK in 1970s)

No Issue

5e. Imka Hashim (1961) + Shameem Makeen (1953) (# 3040628090

6a. Hazik Makeen (1989)

6b. Afeef Makeen (1995)

3i. Shums Ruquiya Dheen (1905– 1958) + Muhammed Ali Abul Hassen JP (1903-1997) (# 3132)

4a. Hafeela Hassen (1931-2013) + Sulaiman Lebbe Cassim Proctor JPUM (1923-1985)

5a Ajward Cassim (1955-1995) + Ljiljana Miljanic (1955) (Migrated to Yugoslavia in 1980s)

6a. Faris Cassim (1986) + Sabrina Aebi

6b. Anis Cassim (1993)

5b. Ruzaik Cassim (1956) + Nizaya Sideeque (1965)

6a. Arshard Cassim (1987)

6b. Maryam Cassim (1990)

5c. Iqbal Cassim (1960 - 2007) + Farhana Mohideen (1970)

6a. Shamla Cassim (1995)

6b. Naveed Cassim (1998)

5d. Rukshana Cassim (1966) + Hilmy Ismail (1962)

6a. Amani Ismail (1988) + Munaz Abdulla (1979)

7a. Ayaan Munaz (2013)

7b. Baarik Abdulla (2017)

6b. Amra Ismail (1992) + Azam Siraj (1985)

7a. Aysha Siraj (2017)

5e. Aysha Cassim (1970) + Thariq Thameem (1962)

6a. Thanseem Thameem (1992)

6b. Ameera Thameem (1996)

6c. Thalal Thameem (1998)

4b. Abdul Rahiman Hassen JP (1932–2002) + Fathima Mansoor (1939-2007)

5a. Istafa Hassen (1963) + Fathima Salih (# 236)

6a. Maryam Hassen (1998)

6b. Abdul Rahman Hassen

6c. Sulaiman Hassen

6d. Yusuf Hassen

5b. Mansur Hassen (1966) + Rehana

6a. Imran Hassen (1996)

6b. Saarah Hassen (1998)

5c. Tariq Hassen (1969) + Nargis

6a. Abdulla Hassen (1999)

6b. Abdulmalik Hassen (2002)

6c. Umar Hassen (2004)  

6d. Hayaa Hassen (2006)  

5d. Ummu Kulsum Hassen (1976) + Afthab Jameel Attorney-at-Law (# 209, 380)

6a Saadia Jameel (1999)

6b. Abidh Jameel (2004)

6c. Muhammed Jameel (2011)

3j. Hameeda Dheen (1907-1980) + Segu Thamby Marikar (1903-1993)

4a. Kamaldeen Marikar (1933 - 2006) + Azeema Abdul Raheeman (1938-2013) – 2c3d4e. (# 195)

5a. Amjad Marikar (1962) + Sharmila Abdul Azeez.

6a. Sajid Marikar (1991)

6b. Adil Marikar (1997)

6c. Nabeel Marikar

5b. Arshard Marikar (1964) + Farhana Jawahir (1971)

6a. Akeela Marikar (1994) + Muhammed Mafaz

6b. Aaqil Marikar

6c. Aamira Marikar (2002)

6d. Akmal Marikar (2005)

5c. Aneeka Marikar (1970) + Husaain Nawaz (1961)

6a. Arza Nawaz (1991) + Azdi Irshard (1988) – 2a3d4e5f6a

7a. Ayaan Azdi (2106)

6b. Atheek Nawaz (1993)

6c. Nadha Nawaz (2003)

6d. Suha Nawaz (2004)

4b. Afeefdeen Marikar.

Diied Young.

4c. Fahurdeen Marikar JP (1937) + Shifa Noordeen (1939) – 2c3b4a5a. (# 195)

5a. Shiyama Marikar (1964) + Muneer Attorney-at-Law (1960) (div)

6a. Shazna Muneer (1988)

6b. Shaik Muneer (1992)

4d. Ismaildeen Marikar (1941) + Ameena Irfan (1941)

5a. Thariq Marikar Dr (1971) + + Rizka Buhary (1984)         (# 14, 271)

6a. Thayb Marikar (2006)

6b. Maria Marikar (2008)

6c. Zaid Marikar

5b. Murard Marikar (1972)

2d. Muhammedh Thamby Sinna Lebbe Marikar + Name not known

3a Khadheeja Marikar + Name not known

4a Shums+ Name not known

4b Abdul Rahman+ Name not known

4c Abdul Wahab+ Name not known

4c Omardeen+ Name not known

4d Fathima+ Name not known

3b Marikar Abdul Razack Vidane (d 1957) + Name not known

4a Zanooba Abdul Razack+ Name not known

4b Jameela Abdul Razack+ Name not known

4c Arbidha Abdul Razack+ Name not known

3c Salha Marikar + Name not known+ Name not known

4a Asanoon+ Name not known

4b Hamdoon+ Name not known

4c Sahabdeen+ Name not known

4d Sitty+ Name not known

4e Lahira+ Name not known

4f Fouzoona+ Name not known

3d Amina Marikar + Name not known

4a Abdul Wadood+ Name not known

4b Salahudeen+ Name not known

3e Marikar Abdul Majeed + Name not known

4a Abdul Majeed Ansar+ Name not known

4b Abdul Majeed Luthfi+ Name not known

4c Abdul Majeed Haneem+ Name not known

4d Abdul Majeed Rilwan+ Name not known

4e Marliya Abdul Majeed+ Name not known

4f Hidaya Abdul Majeed+ Name not known

4g Izzeth Abdul Majeed+ Name not known

4h Aysha Abdul Majeed+ Name not known

4i Arafa Abdul Majeed+ Name not known

4j Vasia Abdul Majeed+ Name not known

3f Sameena Marikar + Name not known

4a Mowfool+ Name not known

4b Inaya+ Name not known

4c Iyn+ Name not known

3g Kaleera Marikar + Name not known

4a Misriya + Name not known


 

Sri Lanka Muslim Obituaries published in the 

Daily News, Sunday Observer, Daily Mirror & MICH Souvenirs

 

 

Obituaries A to M

 

HASHIM - MOHAMED HILMI - Son of Marhoom Abdul Hameed & Marhooma Faleela Umma Hashim. Husband of Marhooma Sitti Zahira, son-in-law of Marhoom S.N.L. Marikar & Marhooma Ummu Kulsum Dheen, beloved father of Dhishki, Nifu, Neemi, Shahanaz (UK), & Imka, father-in-law of Rehana, Shakira, InsheraFassy Saleem (UK) & Shameem Makeen. Janaza took place on Sunday the 3rd of February 2008 at Dehiwela Muslim Burial Ground. 45/1, Station Avenue, Colombo 06. DN Mon Feb 11 2008

 

AL-HAJ MOHAMED ABDUL RAHIMAN HASSEN JP   of   “Villa Hassen”, Weweldeniya. Husband of Sithy Fathima, father of AlHaj Istafa, Mansur Ali, Tariq Ali & Ummu Kulsum, father-in-law of Fathima, Rehana, Nargis & Aftab Jameel, loving grandfather of Imran, Maryam, Saarah, Saadia, Abdulla & Abdul Rahman, son of late Al-Haj M.A.M. Abul Hassen JP & late Hajiani Shums Ruquiya Dheen, son-in-law of late M.H.A. Mansoor & late Hajiani Nafeesa Umma, brother of Hajiani Hafeela Cassim. Janaza took place on the 8th of February 2002 at the Warakapola Jumma Mosque SO Mar 10 2002

 

ISMAIL, HS Proctor SC - "Salamath", Nortyh Road, Puttalam - Aug 4 1974

 

MAHROOF, MHM Proctor JPUM - Sir Razik Fareed Mawatha, Negombo - 24 Jan 1990

 

Obituaries N to Z

 

RAFEEK - SITHY RAHMA Dearly beloved wife of late A.R.M. Rafeek JP, daughter of late Abdul Hameed (Kandy) and late Faleela Dheen (Negombo), daughter-in-law of late Abdul Raheem (Pasyala) and late Kadheeja Unus Lebbe (Warakapola), loving sister of Mohin and Izzath, mother of Mafaza,, Fariha, Mufees, Auf, Shiraz and Faisal, mother-in-law of Dr Mihlar, Caesar Reyan, Monira, Shiyana, Rizwana and Rizviya, grandmother of Zakir, Dr Riza, Mushrifa, Shahin, Lareef, Sajjad, Munazza, Muneef, Muaaz, Shamra, Yumna, Azka, Arash, Zayan and Farique, grandmother-in-law of AmriyaLimna and Risvi, great grandmother of Adheeb, Abdullah and Maryam. Janaza took place at 4.00 p.m. on 25th December 2006 (4th Dhul Haj 1427) at the Warakapola Grand Jummah Mosque Burial Grounds. Her family members wish to express their sincere thanks to all the doctors and nurses who took care of her, all those who prayed for her, visited her, paid their last respects, attended the Janaza prayers and the Warakapola Police for making traffic arrangements. They regret their inability to thank them individually. May Allah grant her Jannathul Firdouse, Aamin. No .50 Anguruwella Road Warakapola. SO Dec 31 2006

 

SABRY - AL HAJ S.M. Retired Auditor General, passed away peacefully on 30 March 2008 (22 Rabi Ul Awwal Hijri 1429). Beloved husband of Fahima, loving father of Ilham, Hathim and Nisreen, loving father-in-law of Imran and Asif, loving grandfather of Imaan, son of late Mr and Mrs M.E.M. Sheriff of Paragahadeniya, son-in-law of late Proctor M.A. Rahiman and Mrs Rahiman, brother of Shamsun Nahar, Nizam, Saheel and Fowzan. Janaza took place on 30 March 2008 at Jawatte Jumma Mosque. 59/14, Sumanagala Road, Ratmalana. Tel: 2721411. SO Apr 6 2008

 

SALEEM, SINAH SHAHANAZ - Beloved wife of Fassy Saleem, daughter of Marhoom Hilmi Hashim and Marhooma Sithy Zahira Hashim, daughter-in-law of Marhoom Mohamed Rafeek Saleem and of Mrs Sithy Ayesha Saleem, sister of Dhishki, Nifu, Neemi and Imka, sister-in-law of Luthufiya, Khairiya (UK), Rehana, Shakira, Inshera, Bashir Ahmed, Shameem Makeen and Sabthi Marikar (UK). Janaza took place on 10th December 2009 for burial at Dehiwala Muslim Burial Ground from No.20, Canal Lane, Colombo 6. SO Dec 20 2009

 


 

It was the express wish and desire of Muhammedh Thamby Samsudheen Vidane Arachchi (Dheen Arachchi) that the Sole Trusteeship of the Udayar Toppu Mosque be held by none other than his direct line of male descendants and that too according to seniority. It was further specifically expressed by him that his direct line of male descendants will take preference and precedence over the direct male line descendants of his daughters when assuming the role of sole trusteeship of the Masjid.

 

Direct male line heirs of Muhammedh Thamby Samsudheen Vidane Arachchi a.k.a Dheen Arachchi

 

1. Mathicham Saleem Lebbe Muhammedh Thamby Vidane (1819-1879) + Amina (1827- 1899)

2c. Muhammedh Thamby Samsudheen Vidane Arachchi a.k.a Dheen Arachchi (1860 – 1915) + Hafsa Marikar (1870 – 1950) (# 195

3a. Ahsan Dheen (1891 - 1910)

Died young.

3c Ismail Dheen Proctor JP (1894 - 1968) + Hameeda Habeeblebbe (d 1970)

No Issue.

3d. Samsudheen Abdul Raheeman Proctor JPUM (1896 – 1965) + Rahma Abdul Azeez (1910-2002)

4a. Sadique Abdul Raheeman.

Died young.

4d. Kaleel Raheeman Advocate (1933 – 1998) + Fareedah Abdul Cader (1939) (# 137215)

5a. Irshard Raheeman (1960) + Yasmin. (Migrated to USA in 1990s)

No Male Issue

3f. Ibrahim Dheen (1899-1981) + Kadheeja Muhammed Ali (1917-2004) (# 3132)

4a. Nalim Dheen.

Died young.

4d. Rifdhy Dheen Dr (1942) + Zulfa Hussain (1952) (# 189) (Migrated to USA in 1973)

5a. Rishan Dheen (1972-1994)

Died young.

5b. Sajeed Dheen (1973- 1979)

Died young.

5c. Hafees Dheen (1976) + Hashna Cader (# 189)

6a. Nameer Dheen (2005)

5d. Thariq Dheen (1982)

6a. Aijaz Dheen (2014)

6b. Sahil Dheen (2016)

4f. Rafi Dheen (1946) + Ashroffa Ameen (1955)

5b. Rashard Dheen (1982) + Zanha Ziyabdeen (1984)

 

Direct male line heirs of Muhammedh Thamby Samsudheen Vidane Arachchi a.k.a Dheen Arachchi’s daughters

 

1. Mathicham Saleem Lebbe Muhammedh Thamby Vidane (1819-1879) + Amina (1827- 1899)

2c. Muhammedh Thamby Samsudheen Vidane Arachchi a.k.a Dheen Arachchi (1860 – 1915) + Hafsa Marikar (1870 – 1950) (# 195

3b. Fathima Zuhara Dheen (1893 - 1967) + Abdulla (d 1944)

4b. Abdullah Thaha (1915 – 1969) + Kadheeja (1924 – 1989)

5a. Haris Thaha (1950) + Rifaya Muhammed (1952)

6a. Assheik Abdulla Haris Mufthi (1982) + Asma Abdul Matheen (1987)

7b. Muhammed Haris (2012)

7c. Abdul Rahman Haris (2013)

7e. Yahya Haris (2017)               

6b. Assheik Ubaidulla Haris Mufthi (1984) + Raheema Abdul Sattar

7b. Thalha Haris (2015)

6c. Assheik Ismail Haris Hafiz (1985)

6e. Yoosuf Haris (1989) + Fathima Iqbal

7a. Abdullah Haris (2017-2017)

5b. Sabir Thaha (1951-2003) + Fazeela Thameem (1959)

6c. Yoosuf Sabir (1989).                                 

6d. Muhammed Sabir (1994).

4e. Abdulla Abdul Rahman Proctor (1921 – 1998)+ Hamzathul Inaya Abdul Raheeman (1927) – 2c3d4b. (# 195)

5b. Ifamy.Abdul Rahman (1954) + Asmiya Ameen

No Issue

4g. Thassim Abdulla Dr (1926) + Maseena Ibrahimlebbe.

5b. Rameez Abdulla (1959) + Kaniza Zarook (1963)

No Male Issue

5c. Nageeb Abdulla (1962) + Mujmilkhana (1979)

6a. Zahid Abdulla (2004)

3e. Shareefa Dheen (1897 – 1986) + Haneefa (# 195)

4a. Haneefa Cafoor (1916-1970) + Jezima Muhammed (d 2001)

5c. Zaheer Hussain Cafoor (1950) + Muneera Marikar (1960)

6a. Adil Hussain (1986) + Ilma Imthiaz

6c. Omar Hussain (1988) + Hajara Zahir (1995)

6d. Usman Hussain (1990)

6f. Imaad Hussain (2002)

4b. Haneefa Mahroof Proctor JPUM (1919 – 1990) + Hamzackiya Abdul Raheeman (1931) – 2c3d4c. (# 195)

No Male Issue

3g. Faleela Dheen (1901 -1982) + Muhammed Lebbe Abdul Hameed (1894 - 1959) (# 380)

4a. Abdul Hameed Mohin (1924) + Nasuha Dheen (1937) – 2c3f4b (# 3132195)

5b. Ishrak Mohin (1961) + Raziya Marikar (1969)

No Issue

5c. Shibly Mohin (1964) + Ameena Shafi (1966)

6a. Naveed Mohin (2004)

3h. Ummu Kulsum Dheen (1904 -1969) + Naina Lebbe Marikar (1899-1971)

No Male Issue

3i. Shums Ruquiya Dheen (1905– 1958) + Muhammed Ali Abul Hassen JP (1902-1997) (# 3132)

4b. Abdul Rahiman Hassen JP (1932 – 2002) + Fathima Mansoor (1939-2007)

5a. Istafa Hassen (1963) + Fathima Salih (# 236)

6b. Abdul Rahman Hassen

6c. Sulaiman Hassen

6d. Yusuf Hassen

5b. Mansur Hassen (1966) + Rehana

6a. Imran Hassen (1996)

5c. Tariq Hassen (1969) + Nargis

6a. Abdulla Hassen (1999)

6b. Abdulmalik Hassen (2002)

6c. Umar Hassen (2004)  

3j. Hameeda Dheen (1907-1980) + Segu Thamby Marikar (1903-1993)

4a. Kamaldeen Marikar (1933 - 2006) + Azeema Abdul Raheeman (1938-2013) – 2c3d4e. (# 195)

5a. Amjad Marikar (1962) + Sharmila Abdul Azeez

6a. Sajid Marikar (1991)

6b. Adil Marikar (1997)

6c. Nabeel Marikar

5b. Arshard Marikar (1964) + Farhana Jawahir (1971)

6b. Aaqil Marikar

6d. Akmal Marikar (2005)

4b. Afeefdeen Marikar.

Diied Young.

4c. Fahurdeen Marikar JP (1937) + Shifa Noordeen (1939) – 2c3b4a5a. (# 195)

No Male Issue

4d. Ismaildeen Marikar (1941) + Ameena Irfan (1941)

5a. Thariq Marikar Dr (1971) + Rizka Buhary (1984)            (# 14, 271)

6a. Thayb Marikar (2006)

6c. Zaid Marikar

5b. Murard Marikar (1972)