'14/164, 14/166 B 22, CLAIM OF HASSAN SAMAIYAH FOR PROPERTY LOST ON ABU MUSA. 1910'
- Native Agent, Lingah (correspondent)
Correspondence concerning the claim of Hassan Samaiya for property lost on Abu Musa island after the German company Wonckhaus lost the concession following an international tribunal. Includes a list of articles used in the mining operation and also discusses the welfare of some donkeys left there. The file includes the 'Investigation regarding Hassan Sameiyeh's complaint in connection with gear said to have disappeared from Abu Musa'. Correspondents include the Residency Agent, Lingah; Dr H.Listermann, Imperial German Consul, Bushire; Sir Percy Zachariah Cox, Political Resident Persian Gulf.There is also correspondence on the claim by Shaikh Sagar bin Khalid of Sharjah against Hassan bin Samaiyah for the loss of horses on Abu Musa. Correspondents include the Residency Agent, Lingah and Sir Percy Zachariah Cox, Political Resident Persian Gulf; Khan Bahadur Agba Beder, Residency Agent, Lingah and Shaikh Sagar bin Khalid of Sharjah.
1 volume (117 folios)
The papers are arranged chronologically from the front to the rear of the file.
Foliation: The sequence starts on the first folio writing with circled pencil numbers in the top right-hand corner of the recto of each folio and finishes on the back cover. Foliation anomalies: 3, 3A, 12, 12A, 54, 54A.
- 1 volume (117 folios)
- Geographic region:
- Abu Musa Island
- Public Domain
Open Government Licence
- Is part of:
- British Library: India Office Records and Private Papers
- Item contributor:
- British Library. India Office Records and Private Papers
- Data contributor:
- Qatar National Library