Siamese Musical Instruments/Vita

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Siamese Musical Instruments  (1931)  by Damrong Rajanubhab, translated by Royal Institute of Siam
Biography of the Deceased

A Biographical Note on Lady Manopakorn Nitidhata.

Lady Manopakorn (Niti) was a daughter of Phya Visūtra Koshā (Fak Sanasen) and Lady Visūtra Koshā (Sombun Sanasen).

Born on the 16th. October 1888.

1900–1 went to Europe for her education.

1912–3 Returned home after completing her studies.

12th. February 1913 Married Phya Manopakorn.
11th. November 1919 was made a companion of the Most
illustrious Order of Chūla Chom Klao
(Third class).
28th. March 1928 First appointment to the post of Lady-
in-waiting (Nang Sanong Phra Ostha)
for the first time.
9th. November 1928 Received the "Royal Cypher Medal"
(4th. class) of the present reign.
20th. March 1930 Re-appointed Lady-in-waiting after the
first period of service.
14th. May 1930 Died aged 43 years.