The Royal Family of Abdulrahman Ibrahim Ibn Sori
The Beginning of A Legacy
Prince Abdul-Rahman ibn Ibrahima Sori (Arabic: عبد الرحمن ابن ابراهيم سوري) (1762–1829) was a Fula prince and Amir who was captured in the Fouta Jallon region of Guinea, West Africa and sold to slave traders and brought to the United States in 1788. Upon discovering his noble lineage, his slave master Thomas Foster began referring to him as "Prince",A title he kept until his final days. After spending 40 years in slavery, he was freed in 1828 by order of U.S. President John Quincy Adams and Secretary of State Henry Clay after the Sultan of Morocco demanded his release. This is the beginning of the Legacy of Prince Sori and that of his family.
Meet Her Royal Highness Princess Karen
A Commitment to Excellence
Princess Karen Chatman is an American from Natchez Mississippi. Her Highness is married to Duke Rayshon Chatman and is the mother of three. Her Highness educated in the United State where her discipline is Computer Engineering and Anthropology. Princess Karen has deep roots in the community, and has long been dedicated to serving it. Among her many commitments, Her Highness has founded several organizations committed to the betterment of humanity. Her highness is very active with several charitable organizations in the United States and allied countries.
Meet His Royal Highness Rayshon Chatman
His Royal Highness, Duke Rayshon Chatman is the husband of Her Royal Highness, Princess Karen from the Royal House of Sori. Duke Rayshon, is an American-born citizen and an adored father. Duke Rayshon was born in the State of Virginia and grew up in Washington State, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Art (Communications). Duke Rayshon has served the community for over ten years, actively promoting the improvement of environmental policies and education reform in the public education system.
Meet Her Highness Princess Krysta
Princess Krysta has established herself as an advocate for children's rights globally as she spearheads the fight against child labor. Princess Krysta is currently studying Psychology at the University of Troy in Alabama to counsel children as a Child Psychologist.
Meet Prince Brenton-Konner
Prince Brenton-Konner is truly an adventurer that combines his zest for adventure with a dedication to humanitarian issues. As a University student, Prince Brenton-Konner counsels his peers, providing sound advice and direction. His Royal Highness ambition is to travel the world upon his graduation from the University and learn about different cultures and religions.
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