A new stage in the fight for 100 million inheritance: Mitochondria will be looked at – Last Minute Turkey News
Between 1898-1908, II. Avonyalı Mehmed Ferid Pasha, who was one of the important statesmen of the Abdülhamit period and served as the Grand Vizier for a period, had seven children from his marriage to Ra’fet Hanım. Of the seven, only Celalettin Pasha and Hatice Seniye Hanım continued their lineage.
SADRAZAM’S MILLION LEGACY LEFT TO THREE Cousins
Hatice Seniye, the daughter of Grand Vizier Avonyalı Mehmed Ferid Pasha, who died in Italy in 1914, married General Halil Sedes. Twin girls and ES. Celalettin Pasha, a name that continues the lineage of Avonyalı, passed away in 1971 and the heir of the name became OV.
HE DID NOT APPEAR AS A Daughter in the POPULATION
According to the news of the Sabah newspaper, the inheritance of the Grand Vizier’s 100 million TL caused a conflict between the cousins. Allegedly, Osman V. told his cousins, twin sisters AY and ES, “We are the sole heirs. We follow the cases together and our rights,” he said. The sisters were joined by future generations. It was seen that Hatice Seniye Hanım was not included in the records of the Grand Vizier Avonyalı Mehmed Ferid Pasha.
Allegedly, Osman V. filed a lawsuit against his heirs, claiming that “Seniye Grand Vizier, you are not in the population”. Cases filed against the girls who are being disinherited before the Istanbul Court of First Instance. Ferde, who came from the sleigh dinner with the inheritance lawyers and Lawyer Sedat Demir, although Hatice Seni is the essence of Avonyalı Mehmedid Pasha and Ra’fet Hanım, and although she seems to be the case child of Pasha, Ra’fet father is the mother of Seniye’s human knowledge. Mehmed Ferid Pasha’s information was not included. As the Sedes war team, the evidence of the year has been finalized’ in the areas throughout the school history, in the family photos.
80-Year-Old Grave Opened for DNA Testing
The court has been finalized and the Fetri grave finishing process has been completed by Mrs. Ra’fet and Mrs. Seniye, the DNA work has been completed. The graves of the Grand Vizier’s wife Ra’fet Hanım, 75 years old, her son Celalettin Pasha 50 years old, Hatice Seniye 80 years old, and her two grandchildren in Aşiyan were opened and bone fragments were taken for DNA samples. The DNA of the deceased bone fragments was sent to the Forensic Medicine Institute to be made.
REPORT FROM FORENSIC TYPE
The Forensic Medicine Institute examined samples of samples taken from five separate graves for DNA murder. Investigations No information was given about whether Hanım was the daughter of the Grand Vizier and Ra’s daughter. The estimated time for earthquakes and landslides that occurred during the year could not be reached.
Saniye Sedes and her husband Halil Sedes
THE SECOND OPTION WILL BE CONSIDERED
The place where the bond with Ra’fet Hanım, which is not in the mouth of the Forensic Medicine Institute, cannot be looked at. As an option, it is added to the report that the relationship of Mrs. Süleyman Sedes, who is married to Seniye, and Mrs. Ra’fet, the wife of the Grand Vizier, can be looked at as mitochondria, that is, from mother to child.
WHO IS MEHMED FERID PASHA OF AVLONY?
Mehmed Ferid Pasha, II. He served as grand vizier between January 15, 1903 and July 22, 1908, after buying in his service between 1898-1902 during the reign of Abdülhamid.
On 21 July 1905, Sultan II. Abdülhamid’s attempt; a murderous murder of Şehremini (Mayor of Istanbul) Rıdvan Pasha in 1906; from events from his preparations to his grand viziership.
Mehmed Ferid Pasha, II. He was dismissed from the position of grand vizier two days before the declaration of the Constitutional Monarchy.
With your ID to the Ayan Assembly in February 1909. In addition, the task of acting as the governor of Aydın. He was made Minister of Internal Affairs by Grand Vizier Ahmed Tevfik Pasha in May 1909, but he resigned from this post in August 1909. Although he was invited to the Ministry of Internal Affairs again in 1912, he did not accept this duty. He was appointed as the Head of the Ayan Council in 1912. However, the government of Amate Kamil Pasha in 1913 was dismissed from this duty with the Bâb-Âli Raid. He settled in Egypt.
He passed away in San Remo, Italy, in 1914 for the heart health system. His body was transferred to Vlorë.