Usor:Andrew Dalby/PPC/PC

E Vicipaedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Charun. Family (see 1. [1]) and 2. [2]. The family name Kridakorn or Kritakara (The spelling is the same for both in Thai) was given by King Vajiravudh 16.4.1915/2458 and altered to Kridakorn/Kritakara na Ayudhya by King Prajadhipok 24.3.1926/2468. The spelling Kridakorn was adopted along with Kritakara to make the spelling easier for English speaking persons to pronounce. This table is partial, based on source 1; there were other siblings

  • Grandparents: en:Mongkut พระบาทสมเด็จพระจอมเกล้าเจ้าอยู่หัว (รัชกาลที่ ๔) พระเจ้าแผ่นดินแห่งกรุงสยาม (18 OCT 1804 - 1 OCT 1868; Rama IV) and Klin [ Chao Chom Manda ] กลิ่น[ เจ้าจอมมารดา ] (26/27.7.1836/2379 - 14.11.1925.2468)
  • Parents: Prince KRISDA BHINIHARN (1855-1925) and Subhab. Uncle by same mother: HRH Prince VORAVARNAKARA
  1. HH Prince Charunsakdi KRITAKARA พระเจ้าบรมวงศ์เธอ พระองค์เจ้าจรูญศักดิ์กฤดากร [2 July 1875 - 5 October 1928]: married Prung ปรุง and then Princess Dibavarna of Chiangmai เจ้าทิพวรรณ ณ เชียงใหม่ or เชื่อม. Source 2 does not list his descendants
    1. Mom Rajawongse Baleursakdi KRITAKARA [20 MAR 1903 - 14 AUG 1965] m. c. 1932 to HSH Princess Barna Benkhae Benbadhana [11 SEP 1905 - 1 JUL 1974], a granddaughter of Chulalongkorn (daughter of Prince BENBADHANABONGSE)
      1. Mom Luang Bensakdi KRITAKARA [12 OCT 1933 - ] second wife Chuthamas Sugondha [9 SEP 1949 - ]
        1. Krisbongse KRITAKARA na AYUDHYA [1 SEP 1986 - ]
      2. Mom Luang Barnasiri Kritakara [15 SEP 1935 - ] m. Vadhana ASVARAKSHA [19 JUN 1934 - ] who had previously married Mom Luang Dhidaben Kritakara [30 DEC 1937 - ]
        1. Sirivadhana Asvaraksha [6 NOV 1973 - ]
      3. Mom Luang Dhidaben Kritakara [30 DEC 1937 - ] m. Vadhana ASVARAKSHA (2 ch.); m. Subhayok Malik (2 ch.)
        1. Naddaben ASVARAKSHA [23 MAR 1959 - ]
        2. Bandhaben Asvaraksha [15 JAN 1962 - ]
        3. Nabhaben Kritakara [7 MAY 1971 - ]
        4. Sasibha Kritakara [1 MAY 1974 - ]
  2. Bavoradej KRITAKARA พระวรวงศ์เธอ พระองค์เจ้าบวรเดช [1877 - 1953]; married Princess Dibavarna of Chiangmai, Princess Srinual of Chiangmai, Her Serene Highness Princess Phachong Rachitra Kritakara
  3. HSH Prince Srethasiri KRITAKARA หม่อมเจ้าเสรษฐศิริ กฤดากร [26 MAR 1881 - 2 NOV 1957]
  4. Sithiporm KRITAKARA หม่อมเจ้าสิทธิพร กฤดากร [1883 - 1971]
  5. HSH Princess Varna Vilaya Kritakara [1 AUG 1888 - 20 DEC 1933]
  6. HSH Prince Iddhidebsarn KRITAKARA [16 JAN 1890 - 19 FEB 1935]
  7. HSH Prince Sermsvasti KRITAKARA
  • Born 1875 [3]
  • Harrow Photo
  • Maybe about 1908 persuaded Eton to accept prince Prajadhipok
  • 1906 Chargé d'Affaires at Paris [4]
  • 1919 Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary of H.M. the King of Siam at Paris [5]
  • Signed Versailles [6]
  • Signed Saint-Germain-en-Laye fr:Traité de Saint-Germain-en-Laye (1919)
  • Signed Neuilly [7]
  • Signed Trianon [8]
  • 13 October 1919 signed fifth convention on air transport [9]
  • Delegate for Siam at League of Nations [10] [11]
  • Signed Convention internationale pour la suppression de la traite des femmes et des enfants signée à Genève. le 30 septembre 1921
  • Corresponded 1922-1924 with Manley Ottmer Hudson (who was at Paris 1918-1919) [12]
  • Signed arrangement on animal diseases, Paris 1924 [13]
  • Was in dispute, November 1926, with Thai students including Pridi Phanomyong and with his legation secretary Luang Vichitr Vadakarn. He felt unrest has been fomented during his absence to go to Bangkok for the royal coronation and cremation in early 1926 pp. 42-44
    • 1905 photograph of Sultan Abdul Hamid of Kedah (seated left) with visiting Prince Pra Ong Chau Charoon of Siam. Behind them Kedah administrators and aristocrats. They are photographed in fron of the Balai Besar of Kedah. (Same person?) [14]
    • 1919 photograph: extract from the Illustrated London News showing leaders at the Versailles Peace Conference, 28 June 1919 [15]
      • The End of the Absolute Monarchy in Siam by Benjamin A. Batson; review by John Seabury Thomson in The American Historical Review, Vol. 91, No. 2 (Apr., 1986), pp. 449-450