Popular Name(s): Tok Shaykh Duyong
Biographical Details: b. c. 1802, Cabang Tiga, Patani. His father was ordered by the Sultan of Terengganu to live in Kampung Paya Bunga, Kuala Terengganu, after they had arrived in the sultanate. d. 4:00 pm Khamis, 12 Jumada al-akhir 1306 AH [13 Feb 1889 CE], at his home in Duyong Kecil. Sultan Zayn al-‘Abidin III supposedly attended the burial himself.
He received his earliest education in Bukit Bayas. He then left for Mecca in 1247/1832, where he remained until 1262/1846, and where he focused primarily upon tasawwuf, fiqh, ‘usul al-din, and tafsir. Returning to the peninsula, he settled at Duyong Kecil, where he supposedly drew students from Kelantan, Pahang, Patani, Sumatra, Brunei, and other parts of Borneo.
- Tuan Bukit Bayas (c. 1790-1864), Bukit Bayas, Terengganu
- Tok Ku Tuan Besar, Bukit Bayas, Terengganu
- Sayyid Ahmad Zayni Dahlan, a famous teacher
- Sayyid ‘Ibrahim al-Kurdi
- Shaykh Muhammad Ramli b. Hassan (from Sambas?).
- Sultan Omar
- Sultan Zayn al-‘Abidin III
- Haji Omar Duyong Besar
- Haji ‘Abd al-Hamid Nerus
- Tuan Baru Petai Bubus
- Haji Musa Alim
- Che Man Gudang
- Haji Wan Muhammad, his son
- [Jawaban persoalan hukum Islam di Terengganu]
- Bakar, Muhammad Abu. Ulama Terengganu: Suatu Soratan. Kuala Terengganu: Utusan Publications, 1991: 154-67.
- Fatani, Ahmad Fathy al-. Ulama Besar dari Patani. Bangi: Penerbit Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, 2002: 252-4.