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Chaturonrasmi
Prince Chaturonrasmi, the Prince Chakkrabatradipongse ( th, สมเด็จพระเจ้าบรมวงศ์เธอ เจ้าฟ้าจาตุรนต์รัศมี กรมพระจักรพรรดิพงศ์; 13 January 1856 - 11 April 1900) was a Prince of Siam (later Thailand). He was a member of Thai royal family, Siamese royal family, a son of King Mongkut and Queen Debsirindra and was a younger brother of King Chulalongkorn. He was Ministry of Finance (Thailand), Minister of Finance from 1886 to 1892. Ancestors References

Thai people of Mon descent People from Bangkok Thai male Chao Fa Children of Mongkut Chakri dynasty 1856 births 1900 deaths Thai people of Chinese descent Thai people of Iranian descent Ministers of Finance of Thailand {{Thailand-bio-stub ...
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Chao Krua Ngoen
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1900 Deaths
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1856 Births
Events January–March * January 8 – Borax deposits are discovered in large quantities, by John Veatch in California. * January 24 – U.S. President Franklin Pierce declares the new Free-Stater (Kansas), Free-State Topeka Constitution, Topeka government in "Bleeding Kansas" to be in rebellion. * January 26 – First Battle of Seattle (1856), Battle of Seattle: Marines from the suppress an indigenous uprising, in response to Governor Stevens' declaration of a "war of extermination" on Native communities. * January 29 ** The 223-mile North Carolina Railroad is completed from Goldsboro, North Carolina, Goldsboro through Raleigh, North Carolina, Raleigh, and Salisbury, North Carolina, Salisbury to Charlotte, North Carolina, Charlotte. ** Queen Victoria institutes the Victoria Cross. * February ** The Tintic War breaks out in Utah. ** The National Dress Reform Association is founded in the United States. * February 1 – Auburn University is first chartered ...
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Children Of Mongkut
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Thai Male Chao Fa
Thai or THAI may refer to: * Of or from Thailand, a country in Southeast Asia ** Thai people, the dominant ethnic group of Thailand ** Thai language, a Tai-Kadai language spoken mainly in and around Thailand *** Thai script *** Thai (Unicode block) People with the name * Thai (surname), a Vietnamese version of Cai, including a list of people with the name * Thai Lee (born 1958), an American businesswoman * Thai Nguyen (fashion designer), Thai Nguyen, US-based Vietnamese fashion designer and television personality Other uses * Thai (cannabis), a name for the drug * Thai Airways, the national airline of Thailand * Thai cat, a breed of cat * Thai, a month in the Tamil calendar * Toe to Heel Air Injection (THAI), a method of extracting oil from oil sands See also

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People From Bangkok
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Thai People Of Mon Descent
Thai or THAI may refer to: * Of or from Thailand, a country in Southeast Asia ** Thai people, the dominant ethnic group of Thailand ** Thai language, a Tai-Kadai language spoken mainly in and around Thailand *** Thai script *** Thai (Unicode block) People with the name * Thai (surname), a Vietnamese version of Cai, including a list of people with the name * Thai Lee (born 1958), an American businesswoman * Thai Nguyen (fashion designer), Thai Nguyen, US-based Vietnamese fashion designer and television personality Other uses * Thai (cannabis), a name for the drug * Thai Airways, the national airline of Thailand * Thai cat, a breed of cat * Thai, a month in the Tamil calendar * Toe to Heel Air Injection (THAI), a method of extracting oil from oil sands See also

* * Dai (other) * Tai (other) * Tay (other) * Thais (other) * Thay (other) * Tie (other) * Siam (other) * Tai peoples or Thai peoples, the ethnic groups ...
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Sri Sulalai
Sri Sulalai ( th, ศรีสุลาลัย; ; 1770–1837), née Riam ( th, เรียม), was the wife of Phra Phutthaloetla Naphalai, Rama II of Siam and was the mother of Nangklao Nangklao ( th, พระบาทสมเด็จพระนั่งเกล้าเจ้าอยู่หัว, ; 31 March 1788 – 2 April 1851), birth name Thap ( th, ทับ), also styled Rama III, was the third king of Siam u ..., Rama III. Her family was Muslim from the Southern part of the Kingdom. She married Prince Isarasundhorn as the second concubine and gave birth to Prince Thap (later Prince Jessadabodindra, Chetsadabodin) in 1787. In 1809, Prince Isarasundhorn was crowned as King Buddha Loetla Nabhalai. Chao Chom Manda Riam then moved to the Royal Grand Palace and presided over the royal kitchen. Prince Jessadabodindra was trusted by the king to handle various state affairs. In 1824, King Buddha Loetla Nabhalai died. According to the tradition, the throne w ...
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