Family of Bayinnaung

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Family of Bayinnaung
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Statue of Bayinnaung in Yangon
Ethnicity Burman, Shan, Mon, Siamese, Tai Yuan, Lao
Place of origin Upper Burma, Lower Burma, Shan states, Chinese Shan states, Siam, Lan Na, Lan Xang, Manipur
Members
Connected families House of Toungoo, House of Hanthawaddy, House of Phitsanulok

These are the lists related to the Family of King Bayinnaung of the Toungoo Dynasty of Burma. The king had over 50 wives and nearly 100 children.[1] All the Toungoo monarchs after him were descended from him.[2]

Ancestry

His ancestry is unclear. The chronicles claim that he was of royal ancestry (from all the previous main Upper Burma dynasties) while oral traditions say he was of commoner origins.[3]

Queens consort

Principal queens

Bayinnaung had three queens consort. After the death of his first chief queen Atula Thiri in 1568, Sanda Dewi became the chief and only queen for the remainder of his reign (1568–81).[1]

# Name Rank Date of marriage Issue
1. Atula Thiri Maha Yaza Dewi Chief Queen (1550–68) April 1534 1. Inwa Mibaya
2. Nanda
2. Sanda Dewi Chief queen (1568–81)
Senior queen (1553–68)
April 1553 1. Min Khin Saw
3. Yaza Dewi Senior queen (1563–64)
Junior queen (1550–63)
c. 1550 1. Nawrahta Minsaw
2. Yaza Datu Kalaya
3. Thiri Thudhamma Yaza

Junior queens

The following is a list of junior queens who bore him at least one child per the Hmannan Yazawin chronicle (Hmannan Vol. 3 2003: 68–73).[1] Several of the queens came over through marriages of state.[4]

# Name Brief Date of marriage Issue
1. Khin Pyezon 2 sons[5] c. 1552 1. Shin Ubote
2. Nyaungyan
2. Shin Lat I Daughter of Letwe Khon-Thu
1 son[6]
1. Shin Nan Myint
3. Shin Lat II Daughter of Letya Nan-Thu
3 sons and 4 daughters
1. Unnamed son (died young)
2. Thilawaddy
3. Sanda Dewi
4. Governor of Zeyawaddy (son)
5. Kaweya Hla Oo
6. Yusiyawatta
7. Thila Ginga (son)
4. Khin Htwe I Daughter of Letya Nan-Thu
3 sons, 2 daughters
1. Khin Myat Lay
2. Shin Myat Tan (son)
3. Okkasara (son)
4. Thiri Yadana
5. Khin Saw I 2 sons, 4 daughters 1. Myat In Phyo
2. Thiha Kyawhtin (son)
3. Thuganda Kalaya
4. Thiha Kyawthu (son)
5. Khin Hla
6. Hnaung Myin Hpone Shi
6. Khin Pu Elder sister of Thukha Hsaya
3 daughters
1. Khin Hpone Shi
2. Khin Kaung
3. Manithala
7. Khin Myo Htut Sanda Dewi's retinue from Prome
2 sons
April 1553 1. Shin Aung Kyaw
2. Shin Htwe Kyaing
8. Khin Chan Sanda Dewi's retinue from Prome
1 daughter
April 1553 1. Thiri Sanda
9. Khin Htwe II Daughter of the saopha of Mogaung
1 daughter
c. March 1557 1. Khin Hpone Si
10. Sanda Thukha Personal name: Narathein
1 son, 3 daughters
1. Minye Aung Naing (son)
2. Khin Gyi
3. Khin Lat
4. Min Shwe-Khe
11. Shin Mi Myat Also known as Thagya Thami
1 son, 2 daughters
1. Ottamarit (son)
2. Manawha
3. Hnin Hnaung Htwe Myat
12. Khin Min Phyu Younger sister of Thagya Set
1 son, 3 daughters
1. Khin Min Myat
2. Shin Myat Lay (son)
3. Khin Hpone San
4. Unnamed daughter (died young)
13. Khin Gyi Daughter of Min Maha of Yamethin
1 son
1. Bodaw Ba Khin
14. Zinyon Minthami Gyi Daughter of the saopha of Chiang Rai
1 daughter
c. 1558 1. Yadana Nyunt Thit
15. Sanda Yathi Personal name: Khin Ne
Elder daughter of Lord of Metthago and half-sister of King Takayutpi of Hanthawaddy
2 daughters
1. Khin Myit
2. Saw Ne Htwe
16. Mani Thayi Personal name: Khin Ne Yun
Younger daughter of Lord of Metthago and half-sister of King Takayutpi
1 daughter
1. Ne Thila
17. Khin Gyi Min Daughter of Aung Naing Lu Kyaw
1 son
1. Yodaya Naing
18. Khin Gyi Sit Daughter of Letya Thura
1 son, 2 daughters
1. Khin Hpone Myat
2. Thiha Kyaw (son)
3. Pyinsa Kalaya
19. Thudhamma of Lan Xang
1 son, 1 daughter
c. 1565 1. Awrat
2. Yaza Kalaya
20. Khin Lat 1 son, 2 daughters 1. Myat San Paw (son)
2. Eka Kalaya
3. daughter (died young)
21. Kywepauk Kadaw 1 daughter 1. Khin Mi-Ya
22. Khin Ne Thauk 1 daughter 1. Yadana Thaka
23. Khin Hpone Gyi 3 sons 1. Wara Thiha
2. Nara Dhamma
3. Agga Dathta
24. Khin Aung Kham Daughter of King Narapati III of Ava
1 daughter
1. Yadana In-Su
25. Khin Myat San Daughter of the saopha of Mogaung
2 daughters
1. Arenawaddy
2. Kinzanawaddy
26. Khin Hnin Nwe of Lan Xang
1 son
1. Shin Myat Kyaw
27. Khin Shwe Pan Daughter of the saopha of Bhamo
1 son
1. Upasanda
28. Khin Htwe Nyo 1 daughter 1. Soe Min Myat Hla
29. Khin Saw II Daughter of Min Maha of Yamethin
1 daughter
1. Khin Chit Myat
30. Nyaungshwe Minthami Granddaughter of the saopha of Nyaungshwe
1 daughter
1. Hpone Myo Myat Hla
31. Yo-Ayon-Yon of Lan Xang
1 daughter
1. Hpone Myo Myat
32. Zinyon Minthami Nge Daughter of the saopha of Chiang Rai
1 son
22 January 1567[7] 1. Komma Kyawthu
33. Gon Minthami Daughter of the saopha of Kengtung
1 son
16 November 1562[8] 1. Unnamed (died young)
34. Akyaw Minthami Daughter of Lord of Akyaw
1 son
1. Thudathta
35. Thukha Hsaya Younger sister of Khin Pu
1 son, 1 daughter
1. Khin Win Hson
2. Unnamed son (died young)
36. Unnamed Daughter of Shan Paik Htaung-Hmu, King Tabinshwehti's younger maternal uncle
1 daughter
1. Unnamed daughter (died young)
37. Khin Htwe Hla Niece of Thado Dhamma Yaza I of Prome
1 son, 1 daughter
1. Phyo Hpone Wai
2. Eka Thura (son)
38. Unnamed Daughter of Shan Paik Htaung-Hmu, King Tabinshwehti's younger maternal uncle
3 daughters
1. Min Hla
2. Myat Hpone Wai
3. Unnamed daughter (died young)
39. Khin Htwe Phyu Daughter of Yaza Theinzi
1 daughter
1. Khin Hpone Myat
40. Suphankanlaya Also known as "Amyoyon"
Daughter of King Maha Thammarachathirat of Siam
1 daughter
22 January 1567[8] 1. Min A-Htwe
41. Khin San Paw 1 daughter 1. Khemawaddy
42. Khin Kauk of Chiang Mai
1 daughter
1. Yaza Meitta
43. Khin Hpone Htut Daughter of Yaza Thingyan
1 son
1. Shin Pyit-Sunt
44. Khin Saw III Taken to Arakan in 1600
1 daughter
1. Khin Nyo
45. Shin Htwe Myat 1 daughter[5] c. 1553 1. Khin Hpone Myint

Below are other junior wives who appeared elsewhere in the chronicles. They have to account for the king's children (Wara Dhamma, Kaweya Hla Nyi, Thukhawaddy, Min A-Kyi, Thugandawaddy, Myat Myo Hpone Wai and Myo Myat Hpone Si) whose mothers' names are unknown.

# Name Brief Date of Marriage Issue
46. Mainglon Minthami Daughter of Hkonmaing of Mainglon, and great granddaughter of Hkonmaing I of Onbaung–Hsipaw)[9] December 1556[note 1] Unknown
47. Momeik Minthami Daughter of the saopha of Momeik 15 November 1559[10] Unknown
48. Kathe Minthami Daughter of the raja of Manipur 27 May 1560[11] Unknown
49. Unnamed daughter of Thinwibwa c.2 January 1561[note 2] Unknown
50. Theinni Minthami Daughter of the saopha of Hsenwi 22 January 1567[8] Unknown
51. Theingo Minthami Daughter of King Dharmapala of Kotte 24 September 1573[12] Unknown
52+? unnamed Unknown

Issue

By senior queens

The king had three daughters and three sons by his senior queens.[13][14]

# Name Mother Brief
1. Inwa Mibaya Atula Thiri Queen consort of Ava (r. 1555–84)
2. Nanda Atula Thiri King of Burma (r. 1581–99)
3. Nawrahta Minsaw Yaza Dewi King of Lan Na (r. 1579–1607)
4. Min Khin Saw Sanda Dewi Queen consort of Toungoo (r. 1584–1609)
5. Yaza Datu Kalaya Yaza Dewi Princess consort of the Crown Prince of Burma (r. 1586–93)
Princess consort of the Crown Prince of Toungoo (r. 1603)
6. Thiri Thudhamma Yaza Yaza Dewi Viceroy of Martaban (r. 1581–84)

By junior queens

The following is a list of his children by junior queens. The list is ordered by the mother of the children, and then by the age of the children per the Hmannan Yazawin chronicle.[1] Note that although both Maha Yazawin and Hmannan chronicles say that he had 35 sons and 56 daughters by junior queens and concubines,[13][14] the detailed list, which appears only in Hmannan (Hmannan Vol. 3 2003: 68–73), enumerates only 86 children (32 sons, 54 daughters). The rest of the children are mentioned in the various parts of the chronicles. The grand total comes to at least 92 different names which consisted of 33 sons and 59 daughters. The discrepancy may be due to recording errors in the sex and/or number of the unnamed children who died young.

# Name Mother Brief
1. Shin Ubote Khin Pyezon Governor of Nyaungyan (1574–81)
Married to half-sister Ne Thila[15]
Died January 1581
2. Nyaungyan Khin Pyezon King of Burma (r. 1599–1605)
3. Shin Nan Myint Shin Lat I, daughter of Letwe Khon-Thu Gov. of Taungdwin (1574–99?)
m. to half-sisters Thilawaddy and Kaweya Hla Oo
4. unnamed son Shin Lat II, daughter of Letya Nan-Thu Died young
5. Thilawaddy Shin Lat II m. to half-brother Shin Nan Myint, Gov. of Taungdwin[15]
6. Sanda Dewi Shin Lat II Daughter
7. unnamed son Shin Lat, daughter of Letya Nan-Thu Gov. of Zeyawaddy
m. to half-sister Khin Kaung
deported to Arakan in 1600
8. Kaweya Hla Oo Shin Lat II m. to half-brother Shin Nan Myint, Gov. of Taungdwin
9. Yusiyawatta Shin Lat II m. to half brother Shin Pyit-Sunt
10. Thila Ginga Shin Lat II Son
11. Khin Myat Lay Khin Htwe I, daughter of Letya Nan-Thu Daughter; Died at age 8 (9th year)
12. Shin Myat Tan
(aka Shin Myat Lay)
Khin Htwe I Gov. of Yamethin
13. Okkasara Khin Htwe I Son
14. Thiri Yadana Khin Htwe I Daughter
15. Nara Thiha Khin Htwe I Son
16. Myat In-Phyo Khin Saw I m. to half-brother Shin Myat Lay, Governor of Yamethin
17. Thiha Kyawhtin Khin Saw I m. to half-sister Khin Hpone Si
18. Thuganda Kalaya Khin Saw I Daughter; m. to Thigamari
19. Thiha Kyawthu Khin Saw I Gov. of Lan Na
20. Khin Hla Khin Saw I Daughter
21. Hnaung Myint Hpone Shi Khin Saw I Daughter
22. Khin Hpone Shi Khin Pu Daughter; m. to Gov. of Kawliya
23. Khin Kaung Khin Pu Daughter; m. to Gov. of Zeyawaddy
24. Manithala Khin Pu Daughter; m. to Gov. of Ava
25. Shin Aung Kyaw Khin Myo Htut Gov. of Salay during the reigns of Bayinnaung and Nanda
Gov. of Pagan with the title of Thiri Dhammathawka during the reign of Nyaungyan
m. to half-sister Thiri Sanda
26. Shin Htwe Kyaing Khin Myo Htut Gov. of Kun-Ohn; later Gov. of Myede
sent to Arakan in 1600; received the title Minye Nandameit in Arakan
m. to daughter of Thado Dhamma Yaza II of Prome
married half-sister Khin Hpone Si, widow of Thiha Kyawhtin, in Arakan
27. Thiri Sanda Khin Chan m. half-brother Shin Aung Kyaw, Gov. of Salay
28. Khin Hpone Si Khin Htwe II, daughter of the saopha of Mogaung m. to half-brother Thiha Kyawhtin
sent to Arakan in 1600; married half-brother Shin Htwe Kyaing there
29. Minye Aung Naing Sanda Thukha Gov. of Legaing
30. Khin Gyi Sanda Thukha m. to Nandameit, Gov. of Kyaukmaw
31. Khin Lat Sanda Thukha m. to Baya Zeya
32. Min Shwe-Khe Sanda Thukha m. to Ne Myo Kyawhtin
33. Ottamarit Shin Mi Myat Gov. of Sagaing
m. to half-sister Khin Hpone Myat II in 1574
34. Manawha Shin Mi Myat m. to half-brother Shin Myat Lay, Gov. of Sanpenago
35. Hnin Hnaung Htwe Myat Shin Mi Myat m. to Minye Kyawswa Zon
36. Khin Min Myat Khin Min Phyu m. to half-brother Minye Aung Naing
37. Shin Myat Lay Khin Min Phyu Gov. of Sanpenago
m. to half-sister Manawha
38. Khin Hpone San Khin Min Phyu m. to Minye Kyawswa Zon
39. unnamed daughter Khin Min Phyu Died young
40. Bodaw Ba Khin Khin Gyi Gov. of Yamethin
m. to half-sister Kaweya Hla Nyi
41. Yadana Nyunt Thit Zinyon Minthami Gyi m. to half-brother King Nanda
42. Khin Myit
(aka Khin Hpone Myint)
Sanda Yathi m. to Nandameit, son of Gov. of Wingapu[16] (or Wuttaku)[17]
43. Saw Ne Htwe Sanda Yathi m. to her half-nephew Min Mon, son of her half-brother Shin Nan Myint, Gov. of Taungdwin
44. Ne Thila Manithayi m. to half-brother Shin Ubote, Gov. of Nyaungyan
45. Yodaya Naing Khin Gyi Min Son
46. Khin Hpone Myat I
(aka Khin Hpone Thit)
Khin Gyi Sit m. to Sithu, Gov. of Myaungmya and son of Thinkhaya of Pakhan
47. Thiha Kyaw Khin Gyi Sit Son
48. Pyinsa Kalaya Khin Gyi Sit m. to Nanda Kyawthu, Gov. of Sula and son of Thinkhaya of Pakhan
49. Awrat Thudhamma of Lan Xang Son
50. Yaza Kalaya Thudhamma of Lan Xang Daughter
51. Myat San Paw Khin Lat Gov. of Hlaing-Tet
m. to half-sister Khin Mi-Ya
52. Eka Kalaya Khin Lat m. to Letya Zala Thingyan, Gov. of Kyet-Tha
53. unnamed daughter Khin Lat Died young
54. Khin Mi Ya Kywepauk Kadaw m. to half-brother Myat San Paw, Gov. of Hlaing-Tet
55. Yadana Thaka Khin Ne Thauk Daughter
56. Wara Thiha Khin Hpone Gyi Son
57. Nara Dhamma Khin Hpone Gyi Son
58. Agga Dathta Khin Hpone Gyi Son
59. Yadana In-Su Khin Aung Kham Daughter
60. Arenawaddy Khin Myat San Daughter
61. Kinzanawaddy Khin Myat San Daughter
62. Shin Myat Kyaw Khin Htwe Nwe Gov. of Maing-That in Lan Na
63. Upasanda Khin Shwe Pan Gov. of Pagan with the title of Nawrahta in the reign of Anaukpetlun
m. to half-sister Hpone Myo Myat Hla
64. Soe Min Myat Hla Khin Htwe Nyo m. to 1st cousin Pyinsa Thiha, Gov. of Tayotmaw and son of Thado Dhamma Yaza II of Prome
65. Khin Chit Myat Khin Saw II m. to half-nephew Min Thiha, son of Gov. of Taungdwin;
Min Thiha later became Minye Uzana, Gov. of Mabe in the reign of Thalun
66. Hpone Myo Myat Hla Nyaungshwe Minthami m. to half-brother Upsanda (Nawrahta of Pagan)
67. Hpone Myo Myat Yo-Ayon-Yon of Lan Xang Daughter
68. Komma Kyawthu Zinyon Minthami Nge Son
69. unnamed son Gon Minthami Died young
70. Thudathta Akyaw Minthami Became a monk, east of Toungoo, and later Killed by Karens there
71. Khin Win Hson Thukha Hsaya Daughter
72. unnamed son Thukha Hsaya Died young
73. unnamed daughter Elder daughter of Shan-Paik Htaung Hmu Died young
74. Phyo Hpone Wai Khin Htwe Hla m. to Baya Zeya
Children: Shin Wara and Myindwin Kadaw
75. Eka Thura Khin Htwe Hla Son
76. Min Hla Younger daughter of Shan-Paik Htaung Hmu Daughter; m. to 1st cousin Pyinsa Thiha, Gov. of Tayotmaw and son of Thado Dhamma Yaza II of Prome
77. Myat Hpone Wai Younger daughter of Shan-Paik Htaung Hmu Daughter; m. to Nanda Kyawhtin (later Kyawhtin Nawrahta of Pegu in the reign of Minye Thihathu II of Toungoo)
78. unnamed daughter Younger daughter of Shan-Paik Htaung Hmu Died young
79. Khin Hpone Myat II Khin Htwe Phyu m. to Ottamarit, Gov. of Sagaing
80. Min A-Htwe Suphankanlaya Daughter
81. Khaymawaddy Khin San Paw Daughter
82. Yaza Meitta Khin Kauk m. to 1st cousin Gov. of Taingda, son of Thado Dhamma Yaza II of Prome
83. Shin Pyit Sunt Khin Hpone Htut m. to half-sister Yusiyawatta
84. Khin Nyo Khin Saw III m. to Yaza Thingyan, Gov. of Tavoy
85. Khin Hpone Myint Shin Htwe Myat Queen consort of Burma (1599–1605)
m. to half-brother Nyaungyan
86. Kaweya Hla Nyi unnamed m. to Bodaw Ba Khin

The following are the children (1 son, 5 daughters) whose names are not listed in Hmannan's detailed list but appear in other parts of in both Maha Yazawin and Hmannan.

# Name Mother Brief
87. Myat Myo Hpone Si
(aka Myo Myat Hpone)
unnamed m. to Shin Ne Myo, nephew of King Min Bin of Arakan, who became Gov. of Tamaw, in July 1554[note 3]
88. Wara Dhamma unnamed Gov. of Moulmein on 6 January 1574[18]
m. to half-sister Thukhawaddy
89. Thukhawaddy unnamed m. to half-brother Wara Dhamma, Gov. of Moulmein on 16 February 1574[17]
90. Min A-Kyi unnamed m. to Nanda Kyawhtin, son of Gov. of Bassein, on 16 February 1574[17]
91. Thugandawaddy unnamed m. to Yamma Yawda, son of Lord of Tavoy, on 16 February 1574[17]
92. Myat Myo Hpone Wai unnamed m. to 1st cousin Nanda Yawda, son of Thado Dhamma Yaza II of Prome, on 16 February 1574[17]

Siblings

Full siblings

He had four full siblings.[19]

# Name Brief
1. Dhamma Dewi of Toungoo Queen consort of Burma (r. 1530–50)
2. Minye Sithu of Martaban Viceroy of Martaban (r. 1552–56)
3. Thado Dhamma Yaza II of Prome Viceroy of Prome (r. 1551–88)
4. unnamed Died young

Half siblings

He had two half-siblings, who were born to his father and his maternal aunt.[19]

# Name Brief
1. Minkhaung II of Toungoo Viceroy of Toungoo (r. 1549–50, 1552–84)
2. Thado Minsaw of Ava Viceroy of Ava (r. 1555–84)

Notable relations

Nephews and nieces

Name Relation Brief
Minye Thihathu II of Toungoo Half-nephew
Son-in-law
King of Toungoo (r. 1597–1609)
Viceroy of Toungoo (r. 1584–97)
married to half-cousin Min Khin Saw[20]
Min Phyu Half-niece
Daughter-in-law
Queen of the Southern Palace (r. 1583–96)
m. to half cousin Nanda[21]
Thiri Yaza Dewi Half-niece
Daughter-in-law
Queen consort of Burma (r. 1583–99)
m. to half cousin Nanda[21]
Min Htwe Half-niece
Daughter-in-law
Queen consort of Burma (r. 1583–99)
m. to half cousin Nanda[21]
Hsinbyushin Medaw Niece
Daughter-in-law
Queen consort of Lan Na (r. 1579–1601/02)
m. to 1st cousin Nawrahta Minsaw[18]
Min Taya Medaw Niece
Daughter-in-law
Queen consort of Burma (r. 1583–99)
m. to 1st cousin Nanda[21]

Grandchildren and beyond

Name Relation Brief
Mingyi Swa Grandson Crown Prince of Burma (r. 1581–93)[21]
Khin Ma Hnaung Granddaughter Queen consort of Arakan (r. 1600–12)[21]
Natshin Medaw Granddaughter Princess consort of the Crown Prince of Burma (r. 1581–86)[21]
Minye Kyawswa II of Ava Grandson Crown Prince of Burma (r. 1593–99)
Viceroy of Ava (r. 1587–93)[21]
Thado Dhamma Yaza III of Prome Grandson King of Prome (r. 1595–97)
Viceroy of Prome (r. 1588–95)[21]
Anaukpetlun Grandson King of Burma (r. 1605–28)[2]
Yodaya Mibaya Granddaughter Queen consort of Siam (r. 1602?–05)[22]
Natshinnaung Grandson Viceroy of Toungoo (r. 1610–12)
King of Toungoo (r. 1609–10)
Thado Minsaw of Lan Na (Tu Laung) Grandson Siam-backed King of Lan Na (r. 1607/08–08/09)[22]
Minye Deibba of Lan Na[22] Grandson King of Lan Na (r. 1607/08–14)
Thado Kyaw of Lan Na Grandson King of Lan Na (r. 1614)[22]
Atula Sanda Dewi Granddaughter Chief queen consort of Burma (r. 1609–28)
Minye Kyawswa of Sagu Grandson Crown Prince of Burma (r. 1635–47)
Minye Deibba Great grandson King of Burma (r. 1628–29)[2]
Pindale Great grandson King of Burma (r. 1648–61)[2]
Pye Great grandson King of Burma (r. 1661–72)[2]
Narawara 2 times great grandson King of Burma (r. 1672–73)[2]
Minye Kyawhtin 2x great grandson King of Burma (r. 1673–98)[2]
Sanay 3x great grandson King of Burma (r. 1698–1714)[2]
Taninganway 4x great grandson King of Burma (r. 1714–33)[2]
Maha Dhamma Yaza 5x great grandson King of Burma (r. 1733–52)[2]

In-laws

Name Relation Brief
Narapati II of Ava Father-in-law King of Ava (r. 1501–27)
Father of Sanda Dewi[1]
Narapati III of Ava Father-in-law King of Ava (r. 1545–51)
Father of Khin Aung Kham[1]
Maha Thammarachathirat Father-in-law King of Siam (r. 1569–90)
Father of Suphankanlaya[1]
Tabinshwehti Brother-in-law King of Burma (r. 1530–50)
Half-brother of Atula Thiri Maha Yaza Dewi and husband of Dhamma Dewi of Toungoo[1]
Takayutpi Brother-in-law King of Hanthawaddy (r. 1526–39)
Half-brother of Sanda Yathi and Manithayi[1]
Naresuan Brother-in-law and grandson-in-law King of Siam (r. 1590–1605)
Brother of Suphankanlaya[1] and husband of Yodaya Mibaya[22]

Modern descendants

A 17th generation descendant of his still holds hereditary office in Bohmong Circle in the Chittagong Hill Tracts region of Bangladesh.[23]

Notes

  1. ^ (Maha Yazawin Vol. 2 2006: 232): Mainglon sawbwa submitted and presented his daughter (along with other gifts) right before Bayinnaung was about to the campaign to the Shan states, which began on 24 December 1556.
  2. ^ (Maha Yazawin Vol. 2 2006: 259): married soon after 2nd waning of Pyatho 922 ME (2 January 1561)
  3. ^ (Maha Yazawin Vol. 2 2006: 215) in the footnotes: Yazawin Thit chronicle gives the name "Myo Myat Hpone" and says her husband was governor of Kawaw (not Tamaw).

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Hmannan Vol. 3 2003: 68–73
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Htin Aung 1967: 339
  3. ^ Thaw Kaung 2010: 102–105
  4. ^ Lieberman 2003: 155
  5. ^ a b Hmannan Vol. 3 2003: 68
  6. ^ Hmannan Vol. 3 2003: 69
  7. ^ (Maha Yazawin Vol. 2 2006: 296): Monday, 13th waning of Tabodwe 928 ME = Wednesday, 22 January 1567
  8. ^ a b c (Maha Yazawin Vol. 2 2006: 265): 6th waning of Nadaw 924 ME = 16 November 1562
  9. ^ Maha Yazawin Vol. 2 2006: 232
  10. ^ (Maha Yazawin Vol. 2 2006: 254): Wed, 2nd waning of Nadaw 921 ME = 15 November 1559
  11. ^ (Maha Yazawin Vol. 2 2006: 258): 4th waxing of 1st Waso 922 ME = 27 May 1560
  12. ^ (Maha Yazawin Vol. 3 2006: 35): New moon of Thadingyut 934 ME = 24 September 1573
  13. ^ a b Maha Yazawin Vol. 3 2006: 77
  14. ^ a b Hmannan Vol. 3 2003: 73
  15. ^ a b Maha Yazawin Vol. 3 2006: 36
  16. ^ Hmannan Vol. 3 2003: 70–71
  17. ^ a b c d e (Maha Yazawin Vol. 3 2006: 38): 12th waning of Tabaung 935 ME = 16 February 1574
  18. ^ a b (Maha Yazawin Vol. 3 2006: 37): Fullmoon of Tabodwe 935 ME = 9 January 1574
  19. ^ a b Sein Lwin Lay 2006: 247–248
  20. ^ Maha Yazawin Vol. 2 2006: 336
  21. ^ a b c d e f g h i Maha Yazawin Vol. 3 2006: 103
  22. ^ a b c d e Hmannan Vol. 3 2003: 177–178
  23. ^ "Bohmong (Kingdom)". Retrieved 2014-12-06. 

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