Kashemsri Subhayok

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Kashemsri Subhayok
Prince of Siam
The Prince Divakaravongse Pravati
His Royal Highness Prince Kashemasri Supayok.jpg
Born(1857-08-17)17 August 1857
Bangkok, Siam
Died3 January 1915(1915-01-03) (aged 57)
Bangkok, Siam
Spouse
  • Princess Prasansap Singhara
  • Phoem Sarobon
  • Phlat
  • Lamai Panikkabut
  • Pao
  • Son Phuangnak
  • Chaem
  • Choei
  • Chuea
  • Waen Panikkabut
Issue30 children (18 sons, 12 daughters)
HouseKashemsri family (Chakri Dynasty)
FatherMongkut (Rama IV)
MotherChao Chom Manda Chan

HRH Prince Kashemsri Subhayok, the Prince Divakaravongse Pravati [RTGS: Kasemsi Supphayok, the Prince Thiwakon Wongprawat] (พระเจ้าบรมวงศ์เธอ พระองค์เจ้าเกษมศรีศุภโยค กรมหมื่นทิวากรวงศ์ประวัติ), was the thirtieth son of His Majesty King Rama IV of Thailand, and the fourth child born to Chao Chom Manda Chan, a royal consort of the King, born on 17 August 1857.

His Majesty King Rama V elevated his royal rank to Kromma Muen (กรมหมื่น), and granted him the titular name of Divakaravongse Pravati (ทิวากรวงศ์ประวัติ) in 1896.

He is the founder of the House of Kashemsri (ราชสกุลเกษมศรี)

Prince Kashemsri Subhayok died in the reign of King Rama VI, on 3 January 1915 at the age of 57 due to illness. King Vajiravudh (Rama VI) presided over the initial funeral rites, before ordering that the prince's body be kept in a ceremonial urn for one year of prayer as was customary for Siamese royals of higher rank[1]. The king also decreed that government officials would observe the funeral of the late prince by wearing mourning attire for fifteen days. After the rites concluded, King Vajiravudh presided over the prince's cremation at Wat Benchamabophit on 11 June 1916[2]. The prince's remains were interred within the royal cloisters surrounding the chedi of Wat Makut Kasattriyaram, the temple of his father King Mongkut. Since then, many members of the House of Kashemsri have chosen to have their remains interred within Wat Makut as well.

Issue[edit]

Prince Kasemsi Supphayok had 10 consorts:

  1. Mom Poem (formerly: Sarobol)
  2. Mom Plad
  3. Mom Lamai (formerly: Panikbudh)
  4. Mom Pao
  5. Her Serene Highness Princess (Mom Chao) Prasansap (formerly: House of Singhara), the daughter of His Royal Highness Prince Singhara, the Prince Bondinpaisansopon Thikachonchoetprayun
  6. Mom Son (formerly: Puangnak)
  7. Mom Cham
  8. Mom Choey
  9. Mom Chua
  10. Mom Waen (formerly: Panikbudh)

The prince had 30 children, with 18 sons and 12 daughters.

Portrait Name Mother Birth Death Spouse(s)
Emblem of the House of Chakri.svg 1. Mom Chao Padhipatkasemsri 1st of Mom Poem March 1872 27 November 1924 Mom Rod
Mom Nueong (Panyarachun)
Emblem of the House of Chakri.svg 2. Mom Chao Mao 2nd of Mom Poem 1873 27 December 1875
Emblem of the House of Chakri.svg 3. Mom Chao Sombatboon Mom Plad May 1874 3 May 1923 Mom Chamroen (Panikbudh)
Mom Phu
4. Mom Chao Naen
Elevated to: His Highness Prince (Phra Ong Chao) Suprayok-Kasem in 1921
3rd of Mom Poem 29 August 1874 1932 Mom Khao (Suranandana)
Mom Nuam (Sekarit)
Mom Peung (Suranandana)
Emblem of the House of Chakri.svg 5. Mom Chao Pakamal 1st of Mom Lamai 1 June 1881 27 February 1925
Emblem of the House of Chakri.svg 6. Mom Chao Viladh Rampai Mom Pao April 1883 2 October 1908 Mom Chao Anuchatsuksawat Suksawat
Emblem of the House of Chakri.svg 7. Male Mom Chao (Unknown Name) 1885 26 November 1891
Emblem of the House of Chakri.svg 8. Mom Chao Bhunsrikasem Mom Chao Prasansap 14 November 1886 25 September 1963 Mom Chao Suksrisamon Kashemasri
Mom Nom
Emblem of the House of Chakri.svg 9. Mom Chao Prapason 1st of Mom Son 29 October 1890 15 October 1933 Mom Prapas (Hongsakul)
Emblem of the House of Chakri.svg 10. Mom Chao Trakanchok 2nd of Mom Lamai 1890 1 March 1904
Emblem of the House of Chakri.svg 11. Mom Chao Sombhop Mom Cham 7 August 1891 24 September 1963 Mom Yuan (Laksanapranai)
Emblem of the House of Chakri.svg 12. Mom Chao Puek (Male) Unknown Unknown
Emblem of the House of Chakri.svg 13. Mom Chao Chitapoktawi 3rd of Mom Lamai 10 October 1893 16 November 1946 Mom Pon (Laohasedhi)
Emblem of the House of Chakri.svg 14. Mom Chao Lek (Male) 2nd in Mom Son 1 January 1893 6 May 1894
Emblem of the House of Chakri.svg 15. Female Mom Chao (Unknown Name) 7 September 1894 2 July 1895
Emblem of the House of Chakri.svg 16. Mom Chao Wattayakara 3rd of Mom Son 28 August 1895 14 April 1974 Mom La-ong (Suksatit)
Mom Saiyud (Tawetikul)
Emblem of the House of Chakri.svg 17. Mom Chao Akabandh 1st of Mom Choey June 1895 October 1918
Emblem of the House of Chakri.svg 18. Mom Chao Suksrisamon 4th of Mom Lamai 11 October 1895 16 December 1944 Mom Chao Bhunsrikasem
Emblem of the House of Chakri.svg 19. Mom Chao Uthaipongse 1st of Mom Chua 10 August 1895 12 February 1957 Mom Chao Suebsuksawat Suksawat
Emblem of the House of Chakri.svg 20. Male Mom Chao (Unknown Name) Unknown 1896
Emblem of the House of Chakri.svg 21. Mom Chao Somsong 4th of Mom Son 17 September 1898 22 February 1942 Mom Chao Nikaradevan Devakula
Emblem of the House of Chakri.svg 22. Mom Chao Ithiponpongse 1st of Mom Waen 15 January 1898 8 December 1964 Mom Kasonbubha (Akmanont)
Emblem of the House of Chakri.svg 23. Mom Chao Wilaiwan 2nd of Mom Chua 4 July 1898 20 January 1946 Mom Chao Suebsuksawat Suksawat
Emblem of the House of Chakri.svg 24. Mom Chao Tu (Female) Unknown 2 October 1908
Emblem of the House of Chakri.svg 25. Mom Chao Samosonkasem 5th of Mom Lamai 16 May 1902 23 April 1989 Mom Chao Kaekaicharasri (Devakula)
Emblem of the House of Chakri.svg 26. Mom Chao Mantana 2nd of Mom Choey 20 May 1902 23 July 1945
Emblem of the House of Chakri.svg 27. Mom Chao Vongkae 5th of Mom Son 1 May 1902 18 September 1996 Mom Chao Niwadhawongse Kashemsant
Emblem of the House of Chakri.svg 28. Mom Chao Mongkolyok 2nd of Mom Waen 29 June 1910 12 July 1930
Emblem of the House of Chakri.svg 29. (Mom Chao) Kasem Saovabha
Lost royal rank upon marriage to a commoner
3rd of Mom Waen 8 June 1914 29 January 2002 Pierre (Unknown Translation of Foreign Surname)
Emblem of the House of Chakri.svg 30. Mom Chao Bunsalokasem 4th of Mom Waen 12 January 1915 26 December 1997 Mom Srisombat (Akmanont)

Honours[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Royal Siamese Government: Official Obituaries" (PDF). Royal Thai Government Archives. 9 January 1915. Retrieved 5 June 2019.
  2. ^ "Royal Thai Government Archives" (PDF).
  3. ^ ราชกิจจานุเบกษา, เครื่องราชอิสริยาภรณ์ที่พระราชทานแก่ท่านที่ได้รับพระสุพรรณบัตรและหิรัญบัตร, เล่ม ๑๓, ตอน ๓๔, ๒๒ พฤศจิกายน พ.ศ. ๒๔๓๙, หน้า ๔๑๗
  4. ^ ราชกิจจานุเบกษา, พระราชทานเหรียญรัตนาภรณ์ รัชกาลที่ ๔, เล่ม ๒๑, ตอน ๓๒, ๖ พฤศจิกายน พ.ศ. ๒๔๔๗, หน้า ๕๖๔