کل جمال قادین
|Empress consort of the Ottoman Empire|
|Tenure||1840 - 15 December 1851|
Sarajevo, Bosnia Eyalet, Ottoman Empire
|Died||15 December 1851
Ortaköy Palace, Ortaköy, Istanbul, Ottoman Empire
|Burial||Cedid Havatin Türbe, New Mosque, Istanbul|
|House||House of Osman (by marriage)|
|Religion||Sunni Islam , previously Christianity|
Empress Gülcemal Kadın was born in 1826 in the Bosnia Eyalet. Her actual name is unknown. At a young age Gülcemal and her sister Bimisal entered the Imperial Harem. She married Abdülmecid in 1840 at Topkapı Palace. She gave birth to three children, including Mehmed V. All the three of them were adopted by, Empress Servetseza Kadın, first wife of Abdülmecid.
She died on 15 December 1851 in Ortaköy, Istanbul However, she was never Valide Sultan to her son, because she died before Mehmed Reşad's accession to the Ottoman throne. Her cause of death was tuberculosis. She is buried in the Mausoleum of the imperial ladies at the Yeni Mosque Istanbul.
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- Açba, Harun (2007). "Bölüm 2: Sultan I. Abdülhamid Han Ailesi". Kadınefendiler: Son Dönem Osmanlı Padişah Eşleri (in Turkish) (1 ed.). Istanbul: Prolil Yayıncılık. p. 36. Retrieved 24 Apr 2016.
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