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Dr Gottlieb Wilhelm Leitner (1840-1899) was a Hungarian-Jewish linguist and scholar with an ambition to build an institute for the study of the east. Although, born to a Jewish family Leitner identified as Anglican. He came to Britain when he was seventeen to study at King’s College London University and became a Professor of Arabic and Mohammedan law at the University at the age of just twenty-one.While his intention was to complete an Oriental Institute with places of worship for Christians, Muslims, Jews and Hindus, during his lifetime he realised the opening of only The Shah Jahan Mosque (1889) and the Sir Salar Jung Memorial Hall (library). Although the mosque fell into disuse following Leitner’s death, lawyer Khawaja Kamal ud-Din and several notable converts and influential Muslims revived the mosque and turned it into a flourishing centre for British Islam. Thanks to their efforts, the mosque was inherited by the large influx of Muslims from the sub-continent who arrived from the 1960s onwards, and in 2018 became the first in Britain to be awarded Grade I listed status, with the Library awarded Grade II listed status. Leitner now lies at The Muslims of Brookwood Cemetery Trail, a plot which Leitner acquired himself in 1884 for the Muslim students of his institute, founding the first Muslim Cemetery in the whole of northern Europe. Despite not achieving the full reach of his intentions in contributing to the study of the east, Leitner’s efforts and achievements have resulted in significant and long-lasting contributions to the lives, history, and heritage of British Muslims.This month we will also be sharing articles to reveal a hidden history of the people and places that have established and interacted with Islam in Britain over a century ago to the present-day. #EDMHAI #muslimheritage #muslimhistory #britishhistory  #historyarchive #britishmuslims #muslimcommunity #muslimrepresentation  #muslimstories #everydaymuslim #history #heritage #british Edited by @tennesseewoodiel
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HIH Hayriya Aisha Durr-i-shahvar Sultan ( 1913/ 1914 - 2006) was an Ottoman Princess, daughter of last Caliph, wife of last Nizam of Hyderabad. Born in Uskudar, Istanbul. Hayriya Aisha was the daughter of last Ottoman Caliph, Abdulmecid II Efendi. She married Hymayat Ali Khan Azam Jah, Prince of Berar, heir to the Nizam of Hyderabad to become Princess of Berar. Hayriya Aisha was a confident, fashionable, cultured and highly educated royal who spoke four languages. She possessed a deep love for philosophy and literature, and was a keen moderniser, championing women’s education and helping to abolish the practice of purdah. She often stayed in London at ‘Hyderabad House’ in Kensington and had two sons, one of whom, Prince Mukarram Jah went on to be the next Nizam of Hyderabad in title. It is believed she made it clear she should not be buried in Istanbul, because her father was refused burial there and instead chose to be laid to rest beside her mother here. She now lies at the Brookwood Cemetery.The first photo was taken by the Royal photographer Cecil Beaton for an exhibition at the @nationalportraitgallery You can find out more about her and stories of other Muslim’s in Britain from the past century to the present day. Download the maps here: bit.ly/MuslimHeritagetrail or pick up a copy @ShahJahanMosque @SurreyHeritage @TheLightbox#EDMHAI #muslimheritage #muslimhistory #britishhistory #historyarchive #britishmuslims #muslimcommunity #muslimrepresentation #muslimstories #everydaymuslim
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Sheik Nubie (1860-1895) was brought to England from his home in Bombay to perform as a Juggler at Queen Victoria’s Empire of India Exhibition at Earl’s Court. After Reportedly dying of pneumonia en route to meeting the Empress of India at Windsor in July 1895, he was brought to Brookwood Cemetery, where he was the first Muslim to be buried there. The cemetery since became the burial place of many other Muslims, following the acquisition of a plot by Dr Gottlieb Wilhelm Leitner, the founder of the Oriental institute, who set it aside in 1884 for any Muslim students that came to his institute and might have passed away whilst they were there. Dr Leitner’s cemetery became the first Muslim Cemetery in the whole of northern Europe, and is now listed as a Grade I Historic Park and Gardens. Sheik Nubie’s grave location on the historic site is no longer known. #EDMHAI #muslimheritage #muslimhistory #britishhistory #historyarchive #britishmuslims #muslimcommunity #muslimrepresentation #muslimstories #everydaymuslim
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Sepoy Mahrup Shah was a Pakistani (Indian) soldier who died in WWI. Most likely ‘Mahruf’, he was from Kandoo, Peshwar and served in the Regiment, 129th Duke of Connaught’s Own Baluchis, Burma Military Police. His was amongst the first Indian regiments to attack the Germans in World War I. Mahrup was a rifleman who served on the Western Front in both France and Belgium. Mahrup like most of his compatriots was injured and taken to the Brighton Pavillion, which was serving as a temporary hospital for Indian soldiers. He died there on 16th Sept 1915 and was brought to be buried in the special Muslim Burial Ground for soldiers on Horsell Common in Woking. His remains like all the others here was moved to this location in the 1960s. Upon his death a ‘death plaque’, where his name is spelt ‘Marup’, and a letter of condolence from King George V, was sent to his family in India. These two items have made their way into archives of the local Surrey History Centre. He now lies at the Brookwood Cemetery. #EDMHAI #muslimheritage #muslimhistory #britishhistory #historyarchive #britishmuslims #muslimcommunity #muslimrepresentation #muslimstories #everydaymuslim
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Alice Blacker-Douglass (1869-1956) was a prominent socialite with mysterious links to british Islam. Born in Dublin into a family of Irish landed gentry, Alice inherited her father’s estate and lands at the age of 34. She was a mother of three children, as well as the wife of Maxwell Vandeleur Blacker-Douglas, an officer in the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers who went on to hold the office of Justice of the Peace and later held the office of Deputy Lieutenant. Alice appears to have been quite prominent figure in social circles, with an August 1904 edition of Tatler commenting on a “pale blue voile gown trimmed with guipure lace worn by [her]on one occasion,” and “a very noticeable gown which aroused a great deal of admiration”. Her links to British Islam are partly revealed in the May1940 edition of the Islamic Review, in which a portrait photograph of Alice appears with a description proclaiming her to be “agreat asset to the Muslim fraternity in Great Britain.” Whether this implies she was herself a Muslim, or just a supporter or admirer of the faith and its followers, is unclear. What is evident is that she was in some way involved in thepublication of two pamphlets, “Reincarnation of Souls” and “What does Muhammad say about Jesus?” by the Woking Muslim Mission and Literary Trust. Following her death on the 10th of October 1956, The Islamic Review ran an “In Memoriam” column. Unfortunately the content, which undoubtedly would shed much light on herconnection to Woking Mosque and Islam, is not currently available. #EDMHAI #muslimheritage #muslimhistory #britishhistory #historyarchive #britishmuslims #muslimcommunity #muslimrepresentation #muslimstories #everydaymuslim @tennesseewoodiel You can learn more about Muslims in Britain at the @thelightboxwoking exhibition until the 28th of November. Edited by @tennesseewoodiel
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Sir Abdullah Charles Edward Archibald Watkin Hamilton 5th and 3rd Baronet (1876 - 1939) was a British Knight and Baron. Sir Abdullah was the 5th Baronet of Trebishun, Breconshire and 3rd Baronet of Marlborough House, Hampshire. He was known popularly as “the only Mohammedan (muslim) baronet”, Sir Hamilton was a relative of the English Royal family and served as a Lieutenant in the Royal Defence Corps. He was also President of the Selsey (Sussex) Conservative Association and a member of the British Union of Fascists in the 1930s. He converted to Islam in 1924 at the Shah Jahan Mosque in Woking, where he also married his third wife, Lilian Austen, in a ‘nikah’ ceremony in 1920, 17 years before he legally wedded her in 1927. Sir Hamilton was amongst the dignitaries to welcome Emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia in 1936 to the mosque, and is also said to have been offered the throne of Muslim Albania. He now lies at the Brookwood Cemetery.The photo of Haile Selassie is from a collection @thelightboxwoking #EDMHAI #muslimheritage #muslimhistory #britishhistory #historyarchive #britishmuslims #muslimcommunity #muslimrepresentation #muslimstories #everydaymuslim Edited by @tennesseewoodiel
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#celebrating130years @shahjahanmosque Ismail de Yorke (1909-1953) was a lawyer, officer of the Royal Army, and devout Muslim. The son of Egyptian Princess Princess Saliha Hilmi and Russian count and diplomat Serge Yourkevitch, de Yourke’s parents participated in two weddings, on the 19th July 1909 at the Lutheran Church in St Petersburg, Russia, as well as on the 22nd of December, in an Islamic Nikah (wedding ceremony) at the @shahjahanmosque Jahan Mosque in Woking. De Yorke studied Law at Trinity College, Cambridge, from where he graduated with a BA honours in 1930. After being called to the Bar, however, de York’s career was put on pause due to the outbreak of the second war. He he joined the 12th L.A.A. Regiment, R.A. in 1939, and due to his amiable personality and sociable spirit, he was soon promoted to officer status. Following his service, De York used his legal qualifications to help tackle post-war housing shortages, as well as establishan organisation named the "Muslim Society in Great Britain" in 1933. Additionally, he was a member of the Woking Muslim Mission and Literary Trust and a regular contributor to the Islamic Review, through which he organized events and invited prominent speakers from across the world to discuss issues of national, international and religious importance (editorial, Islamic Review, 1942). On the 9th of April 1953, at the mere age of 44, De Yorke breathed his last breath and passed away. His funeral was conducted according to the Islamic tradition and he was buried at the Brookwood cemetery, near Woking. De Yorke’s life personified and exemplified his passion for serving humanity and in furthering the development and integration of Muslims in Britain. #EDMHAI #muslimheritage #muslimhistory #britishhistory #historyarchive #britishmuslims #muslimcommunity #muslimrepresentation #muslimstories #everydaymuslim edited by @tennesseewoodiel
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