LOHARU

The Yusufi Dynasty

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1884 - 1920 H.E. The Hon Fakhr ud-Daula, Nawab Haji Mirza Sir Amir ud-din Ahmad Khan Bahadur [Farrukh Mirza], Nawab of Loharu, KCIE (22.6.1897, CIE 2.1.1893). b. at Loharu, 26th January 1860, eldest son of H.E. Fakhr ud-Daula, Nawab Mirza Allah ud-din Ahmad Khan Bahadur, Nawab of Loharu, by his wife, Nawab Shams un-nisa Begum Sahiba, daughter of Rafi ud-Daula, Hafiz ul-Mulk, Nawab Muhammad Jalal ud-din Khan Bahadur, Mansur Jang, the last Nawab of Najibabad, educ. privately at Delhi. Managed the state on behalf of his ailing father 1883-1884 and succeeded him on his death, 31st October 1884. Formally invested with full ruling powers, at Loharu, 27th February 1885. MLA Punjab 1889-1901, Superintendent of Malerkotla State 1893-1902, Advisor to the Superintendent of Malerkotla State 1902-1905, Mbr Central Legislative Council  of India 1895-1897, Mbr Indian Council of State, attached to the Indian Political Dept in Mesopotamia 1915, served in the Great War 1914-1918 in the Middle East. Abdicated in favour of his eldest surviving son, April 1920. He came out of retirement and served as Regent of the state for his infant grandson, 30th October 1926 to 21st November 1931. Granted a permanent salute of 9-guns, 1st January 1903. Rcvd: KIH silver medal (1877), Delhi Durbar gold medals (1903 and 1911), 1915 star, India Service, Allied Victory (1918) and Silver Jubilee (1935) medals. m. (first) at Delhi, 5th August 1877, Nawab Akhtari Begum Sahiba (b. at Delhi, 1867; d. 1906, bur. Loharu enclosure, Dargah of Qutb Sahib, Mahrauli), daughter of Sahibzada Mirza Shihab ud-din Ahmad Khan. m. (second) 1918, Nawab Amat ul-Rahim Begum Sahiba. m. (third) 1923, Nawab Jamila Begum Sahiba. m. (i) 1904, Sarkar Mahal Sahiba. m. (ii) Jamila Khatun Sahiba. m. (iii) 1930, … Khanum Sahiba. He d. at Delhi, 19th January 1937 (bur. there at the Loharu enclosure, Dargah of Qutb Sahib, Mahrauli), having had issue, nine sons and seven daughters:
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1920 - 1926 Major H.E. Fakhr ud-Daula, Nawab Mirza Aiz ud-din Ahmad Khan Bahadur [Azam Mirza], Nawab of Loharu. b. at Loharu House, Delhi, 27th December 1885, second and eldest surviving son of H.E. The Hon Fakhr ud-Daula, Nawab Mirza Sir Amir ud-din Ahmad Khan Bahadur, Nawab of Loharu, KCIE, educ. Aitchison Coll., Lahore. Succeeded on the abdication of his father, April 1920. Cmsnd. as temp. 2nd-Lieut. IA 3/6/1919 attached 7th Light Cavalry, served in the Afghan War 1919, prom. Hon. Capt. 1/1/1921, prom. Hon. Major 192x, Colonel-in-Chief Loharu Camel Transport Corps 1923-1926. m. (first) at Delhi, 1907, Nawab Fakhr Begum Sahiba (b. 1889; d. 1915), née Sahibzadi Zakia Sultan Begum, younger daughter of Sahibzada Mirza Bashir ud-din Ahmad Khan, by his wife, Sahibzadi Fatima Sultan Begum, daughter of Mirza Baqar 'Ali Khan. m. (second) 1916, Nawab Khadija Sultan Begum Sahiba (b. 1904; d. 1968), elder daughter of Sahibzada Muiz ud-din Ahmad Khan, by his wife, Sahibzadi Safdar Begum Sahiba, daughter of Sahibzada Mirza Nasir ud-din Ahmad Khan. He d. 30th October 1926 (bur. Loharu enclosure, Dargah of Qutb Sahib, Mahrauli, Delhi), having had issue, four sons and three daughters:
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