Sa'id bin Salim Na'um (Said Naum)
Roots: Hadhramaut, Yaman
A wealthy merchant - owned many trade ships
Migrated to Dutch East Indies (now Indonesia) and lived at 2 places:
(i) Lived in Palembang, Dutch East Indies in the 19th century
Wife: Zainah bt Ubayd - 1 son Muhammad (died) + 3 daughters:
1. Syekhah m. Sheikh Salim bin Umar Bahfen - had issues
2. Ruqayyah m. Sheikh Abdullah bin Said Basalamah - had issues
3. Nur m. Sheikh Said bin Ahmad Jawwas - had issues
(ii) Moved to Pekojan, Batavia
- A landlord in Batavia - bought a large piece of land at Tanah Tinggi, Pekojan
- Built Masjid Tanah Tinggi in November 1833 M (Rejab 1249 H)
- In 1844, he donated 5.5 acres land as cemetery in Tanah Abang, Batavia
- A philantropist - renowned for charities and endowment of large tracts of land for schools, cemetery at Tanah Abang
- Popular among Arab Indonesians. The Dutch East Indies Govt appointed him as the First Captain of the Arabs in Batavia in mid-19thC
Remarried in Batavia
Wife: Nur bt Muhammad Audhah - had a daughter
1. Muznah m. Ali bin Abubakar bin Umar Shahab
(he was a Wulayti from Dammun, near Tarim, Hadhramaut) - 3 sons:
a. Abubakar - co-founder and first principal of Jamiat Kheir (school).
His name was re-styled Habib Abubakar bin Ali Shahab
In old age, his business was taken over by his sil Sheikh Abdullah bin Said Basalamah (Ruqayyah's husband)
Deceased: __ (1844?)
Buried near the grave of Sheikh Salim bin Abdullah bin Sumair (deceased 1855 M/1271 H).
All graves were relocated to Karet.
School built instead and named after him.