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How many khans were there in Kazakhstan? From Kerey to Saip-Kerey khan

Kerey khan, son of Bolat sultan, grandson of Orys khan ruled in 1465-1474.

Az-Zhanibek khan, son of Barak khan, grandson of Orys khan ruled in 1474-1480.

Burundyk khan, son of Kerey khan, ruled from 1480 to 1511.

Kassym khan, son of Az-Zhanibek khan, ruled from 1511 to 1522.

Momysh khan, son of Kasym khan, ruled from 1522 to 1523.

Tair Khan, son of Adik Sultan, ruled from 1523 to 1533.

Buidash khan, son of Adik sultan, ruled the Semirechye region in 1533-1538.

Togym khan, son of Zhadik sultan, ruled from 1533 to 1537.

Ahmet Khan, son of Zhanysh Sultan, ruled the Syrdarya region in 1533-1535.

Hak-Nazar khan, son of Kasym khan, ruled from 1538 to 1580.

Chygai khan, son of Zhadik sultan, ruled from 1580 to 1582.

Tauekel khan, son of Shygai khan, ruled from 1582 to 1598.

Esim khan, son of Shygai khan, ruled from 1598 to 1628.

Zhanibek khan, son of Esim khan, ruled from 1628 to 1643.

Salkam Zhangir khan, son of Esim khan, ruled from 1643 to 1652.

Batyr khan, son of Bulekey sultan (son of Az-Zhanibek khan, descendant of Useke sultan), ruled in 1652-1680.

Tauke khan, son of Zhangir khan, ruled in 1680-1715.

Kaiyp khan, son of Khysyrau sultan (descendant of Esim khan), ruled from 1715 to 1718.

Bolat khan, son of Tauke khan, ruled from 1718 to 1729.

Abilmambet khan, son of Bolat khan, ruled from 1729 to 1771.

Abylai khan, son of Korkem Uali sultan, ruled from 1771 to 1781.

Kene khan, son of Kasym sultan, (grandson of Abylai khan) ruled from 1841 to 1847.

The rulers of the Great Zhuz were
Zholbarys Khan, son of Tursyn Sultan II, (descendant of Shygai Khan’s son Aman-Bulan Sultan) in 1715-1718.

Esim sultan, son of Sameke khan, grandson of Tauke khan ruled in 1750-1798.

Abilfaiz khan, son of Abilmambet khan, ruled from 1771 to 1783.

The rulers of the Middle Zhuz were
Kaiyp Khan, the son of Khysyrau Sultan (a descendant of Esim Khan), who ruled from 1715 to 1718.

Bolat khan, son of Tauke khan, ruled from 1718 to 1729.

Sameke khan, son of Tauke khan, ruled from 1719 to 1734.

Abilmambet khan, son of Bolat khan, ruled from 1729 to 1771.

The puppy sultan, son of Tursyn sultan, (a descendant of Shygai khan’s son Ondan sultan) ruled from 1718 to 1748.

Sultan Barak, son of Sultan Tursyn, 1731-1748 (1750)? years.

Abylai khan, son of Korkem Uali sultan, ruled from 1771 to 1781.

Uali khan (1741-1819), son of Abylai khan, ruled from 1781 to 1819.

Daira Khan, son of Sultan Barak, ruled from 1781 to 1784.

Bokei khan, son of Sultan Barak, ruled from 1815 to 1817.

Genghis Khan, son of Bokei Khan, (grandson of Sultan Barak) ruled from 1819 to 1822.

Gubaidullah Khan, son of Uali Khan, ruled from 1821 to 1824.

Kene khan (1802-1847), son of Kasym sultan, (grandson of Abylai khan) ruled from 1841 to 1847.

The
khans appointed by the rulers of the Younger Zhuz
, Abulkhair khan, the son of Haji sultan (descendant of Az-Zhanibek khan’s son Sok sultan), ruled from 1718 to 1748.

Nuraly khan, son of Abulkhair khan, ruled from 1748 to 1786.

Zharmukhambet khan, son of Abulkhair khan, ruled from 1786 to 1791.

Yeraly khan, son of Abulkhair khan, ruled from 1791 to 1794.

Esim khan, son of Nuraly khan, ruled from 1796 to 1797.

Aishuak khan, son of Abulkhair khan, ruled from 1797 to 1806.

Zhantore khan, son of Aishuak khan, ruled from 1806 to 1810.

Shergazy khan, son of Aishuak khan, ruled from 1812 to 1824.

The rulers elected by the people (Mangistau region) ruled from
Batyr khan, son of Kaiyp khan, in 1748-1785.

Abelgazy khan, son of Batyr khan, ruled from 1791 to 1806.

Karatay khan, son of Nuraly khan, ruled in 1806-1816.

Aryngazy khan, son of Abelgazy khan, ruled from 1816 to 1821.

Rulers of the Bokey Horde.
Bokei khan, son of Nuraly khan, ruled from 1800 to 1815.

Shygai khan, son of Nuraly khan, ruled temporarily from 1815 to 1823.

Zhangir khan, son of Bokei khan, ruled from 1824 to 1845.

Saip-Kerey khan, son of Zhangir khan, ruled from 1845 to 1847.

 

 

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