Family Tree of Tamel

Simon Tamel
Known as Kammala Maha Mudaliyar, circa 1715. Mentioned in three Singhalese versus
Received from the Dutch Government extensive land in the Toppu District which by the marriage of his grand daughter passed to the de Rowel family (Kara-Goi contest)

  • Don Simon Melho Varnakula Adittiya Weerasuriya Arasanilayitte
    Mudaliyar, Pitigal Korale , 1782.
    ( see ‘The Dutch Wars with Kandy ‘ – Reference Section )
  • Don Francisco Melho Weerasuriya Arasanilayitte
    Mudaliyar, Pitigal Korale, 1765

Sources of Information and Additional Details

Semion Tamel:
(Circa 1715) commonly known as Cammala Maha Mudaliyar. Some Singhalese verses written about him have been found. Received from the Dutch Government extensive land in the Toppu District, which by the marriage of his granddaughter passed to the de Rowel Family (Kara-Govi Contest, Page 57). Descendants of younger branch still at Marawila.

Additional Source : Karava of Ceylon.