Tewfik Pasha - Marriage

Marriage

In Cairo on 15 January 1873 he married HH Princess Emine Ibrahim Hanımsultan (Constantinople, 24 May 1858 - Bebek, Bosphorus, 19 June 1931), daughter of HE Damad Ibrahim Ilhami Pasha Beyefendi (3 January 1836 - Constantinople, 9 September 1860), created Damad in 1858, and wife (m. Constantinople, 31 July 1858) HIH Princess Munire Sultan (Constantinople, 9 December 1844 - Constantinople, 29 June 1862), and maternal granddaughter of Abdülmecid I by fourth wife.

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