Mehmet Sait Paşa
|Vali of Misir (Egypt), Sudan, Hicaz and Taşoz|
|Born at Cairo on 17 March 1822. (Son of Ayn-i Hayat Kadin, died 1848). Admiral-in-Chief of the Imperial Ottoman Navy. Succeeded on the death of his nephew Abbas Paşa on 16 July 1854. He died at Alexandria, on 17 January 1863 and was buried firstly at Nebi Danyal Türbesi in Alexandria. In 1961, his remains were inhumanly removed and the Nebi Danyal mausoleum sadistically demolished. The remains were dispatched in a white plastic bag to his family. His Highness is now reburied at the Afifi Türbesi in Cairo.|
|Wives & concubines
Inci Hanim. Died at Alexandria on 5 September 1890, buried at Nebi Danyal Türbesi, Alexandria, then reburied at Afifi Türbesi, Cairo.
Melekpir Hanim. Died at Alexandria, October 1890, buried at Nebi Danyal Türbesi, Alexandria, then reburied at Afifi Türbesi, Cairo.
Prince Mahmut Bey. Died in infancy in 1846.
Prince Mehmet Tosun Paşa, born on 30 April 1853, died at Alexandria on 10 July 1876, and buried firstly at Nebi Danyal Türbesi, Alexandria, then reburied at Afifi Türbesi, Cairo. Married firstly, Princess Bişet Hur (died 3 August 1933), secondly, Tiğ Hanim (died 1881), thirdly, Princess Fatme Ismail (died 18 November 1920).
Mehmet Tosun Pasa