SACHIN

The Sidi Dynasty

GENEALOGY

1791 - 1802 H.E. Mubariz ud-Daula, Muzaffar ul-Mulk, Nawab Sidi ‘Abdu’l Karim Muhammad Yakut Khan I Bahadur, Nusrat Jang [Balu Mian], Nawab of Sachin. b. at Janjira, 17xx, elder son and heir of Sidi ‘Abdu’l Rahim Khan Sidi Sirul Khan, Wazir of Janjira and Thanadar of Jafarabad, educ. privately. Fled from Janjira after his brother-in-law seized control of that state. Petitioned the Peshwa and settled at his court in Poona. The latter promised to help him recover his throne, on condition that he cede a portion of his hereditary lands. However, the Peshwa being unable to take possession of Janjira, Sidi ‘Abdu’l Karim only received a firm promise of a small portion of the promised territories lying in the Surat district. He eventually tire do waiting, gathered a small force and seized the fort of Surat. Following mediation by the British, he renounced his hereditary rights to Janjira and Jafarabad and received Sachin and its scattered dependencies in compensation. This being confirmed by a treaty with the Peshwa dated 6th June 1791. Granted the titles of Nawab, Muhammad Yakut Khan Bahadur, Nusrat Jang, Mubariz ud-Daula, and Muzaffar ul-Mulk, by Emperor Shah Alam II. m. several wives. He d. at Sachin Fort, 9th July 1802 (bur. there at the Mausoleum of Pir Bhikan Shah Wali), having had issue, a son:
  • 1) Nawabzada Sidi Ibrahim Khan Bahadur, Wali Ahad Sahib, who succeeded as H.E. Mubariz ud-Daula, Muzaffar ul-Mulk, Nawab Sidi Ibrahim Muhammad Yakut Khan I Bahadur, Nusrat Jang, Nawab of Sachin - see below.
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1802 - 1853 H.E. Mubariz ud-Daula, Muzaffar ul-Mulk, Nawab Sidi Ibrahim Muhammad Yakut Khan I Bahadur, Nusrat Jang, Nawab of Sachin, son of H.E. Mubariz ud-Daula, Muzaffar ul-Mulk, Nawab Sidi ‘Abdu’l Karim Muhammad Yakut Khan I Bahadur, Nusrat Jang, Nawab of Sachin, educ. privately. Succeeded on the death of his father, 9th July 1802. Ascended the musnaid on the same day, and formally invested with the titles of Mubariz ud-Daula, Muzaffar ul-Mulk, Nawab Yakut Khan Bahadur, and Nusrat Jang. The nawab was a poor financial administrator and was forced to turnover three-quarters of the state revenue towards servicing his debts in 1829. Six years later, his debts had increased to Rs 13 lakhs. The Government of Bombay then placed all but two parganas under the control of the Political Agent at Surat, and assigned a pension for his maintenance. m. several wives, including Mariam Bi Sahiba. He d. at Sachin Fort, 25th March 1853 (bur. there at the Mausoleum of Pir Bhikan Shah Wali), having had issue, a son:
  • 1) Nawabzada Sidi ‘Abdu’l Karim Khan Bahadur, Wali Ahad Sahib, who succeeded as H.E. Mubariz ud-Daula, Muzaffar ul-Mulk, Nawab Sidi ‘Abdu’l Karim Muhammad Yakut Khan II Bahadur, Nusrat Jang, Nawab of Sachin - see below. >
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1853 - 1868 H.E. Mubariz ud-Daula, Muzaffar ul-Mulk, Nawab Sidi ‘Abdu’l Karim Muhammad Yakut Khan II Bahadur, Nusrat Jang, Nawab of Sachin. b. at Sachin Fort, 1802, as Nawabzada Sidi ‘Abdu’l Karim Khan Bahadur, son of H.E. Mubariz ud-Daula, Muzaffar ul-Mulk, Nawab Sidi Ibrahim Muhammad Yakut Khan I Bahadur, Nusrat Jang, Nawab of Sachin, educ. privately. Heir Apparent with the title of Wali Ahad Sahib at birth. Succeeded on the death of his father, 25th March 1853. Ascended the musnaid on the same day, and formally invested with the titles of Mubariz ud-Daula, Muzaffar ul-Mulk, Nawab Yakut Khan Bahadur, and Nusrat Jang. Granted a sanad confirming succession in accordance with Islamic laws, 11th March 1862. Received full ruling powers when the management of his state was restored to him by the GOI in 1864, after an undertaking that he would settle his father’s, now reduced to Rs 5 lakhs. These debts were finally settled by 1877. m. several wives. He d. at Sachin Fort, 1st December 1868 (bur. there at the Mausoleum of Pir Bhikan Shah Wali), having had issue, four sons:
  • 1) Nawabzada Sidi Ibrahim Khan Bahadur [Buru Mian], Wali Ahad Sahib, who succeeded as H.E. Mubariz ud-Daula, Muzaffar ul-Mulk, Nawab Sidi Ibrahim Muhammad Yakut Khan II Bahadur, Nusrat Jang, Nawab of Sachin - see below.
  • 2) Nawabzada Sidi ‘Abdu’l Ghani Khan Bahadur [Mujlu Mian]. b. at Sachin, 1835, educ. privately. He d. at Poona, 1895.
  • 3) Nawabzada Sidi ‘Abdu’l Rahman Khan Bahadur [Chotu Mian]. b. at Sachin, 1848, educ. privately.
  • 4) Nawabzada Sidi Muhammad Khan Bahadur. He had issue, two sons:
    • a) Lieutenant-Colonel Sahibzada Sidi Muhammad ‘Abdu’l Karim Khan. b. at Sachin, 17th March 1884. Cmsnd Sahibzada’s Cadet Corps. Hon Peshkar to the Nawab 1908-1944, ADC and Military Sec 1906-1924, Maj Rajput Militia and Cdt Sachin State Forces 1923-1938, Supt of Jails, Ceremonial Officer, prom Lieut-Col 1930. 3rd class Magistrate. He d. at Sachin, 6th October 1944.
    • b) Sahibzada Muhammad Ibrahim Khan. b. at Sachin, 4th January 1886.
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Copyright© H.H. The Nawab of Sachin1868 - 1873 H.E. Mubariz ud-Daula, Muzaffar ul-Mulk, Nawab Sidi Ibrahim Muhammad Yakut Khan II Bahadur, Nusrat Jang, Nawab of Sachin. b. at Sachin, 1833, as Nawabzada Sidi Ibrahim Khan Bahadur [Buru Mian], eldest son of H.E. Mubariz ud-Daula, Muzaffar ul-Mulk, Nawab Sidi ‘Abdu’l Karim Muhammad Yakut Khan II Bahadur, Nusrat Jang, Nawab of Sachin, educ. privately. Became Heir Apparent with the title of Wali Ahad Sahib, on the accession of his father, 25th March 1853. Succeeded on the death of his father, 1st December 1868. Ascended the musnaid and formally invested with the titles of Mubariz ud-Daula, Muzaffar ul-Mulk, Nawab Yakut Khan Bahadur, and Nusrat Jang, at Sachin Fort. m. 18xx, Sahib un-nisa Begum Sahiba [Badi Bibi]. He d. at Sachin, 4th March 1873 (bur. there at the Mausoleum of Pir Bhikan Shah Wali), having had issue, four sons and several daughters:
  • 1) Nawabzada Sidi ‘Abdu’l Kadir Khan Bahadur, Wali Ahad Sahib, who succeeded as H.E. Mubariz ud-Daula, Muzaffar ul-Mulk, Nawab Sidi ‘Abdu’l Kadir Yakut Khan Bahadur, Nusrat Jang, Nawab of Sachin - see below.
  • 2) Nawabzada Sidi Muhammad Nasru’llah Khan Bahadur. b. at Sachin, 9th September 1868 (s/o Sahib un-nisa), educ. Rajkumar Coll, Rajkot, and Downing Coll, Cambridge (BA). Barr-at-Law Bombay, District Magistrate 1909-1910, Cmsnr of Oaths and Civil Judge 1910-1914, Chief Kabhari of Mangrol 1914-1915, in private legal practice in Bombay from 1915-1924. Author of “The Ruling Chiefs of Western India and the Rajkumar College” (1898), “The Rulers and the Ruled” (1905), etc. Presdt National Mahomedan Assoc (Bombay). Vice-Presdt Bombay Haj Cttee. Sec Bombay Provincial Educational Conference. Mbr All-India Muslim League, All India Muslim Educational Conference Constitution Cttee, Indian National Assoc, East India Assoc, etc. Rcvd: Delhi Durbar silver medal (1911). m. at Bombay, 1894, Rabia Sultan Begum Sahiba (d. at Poona, April 1921), only daughter of The Hon Nakhoda Mirza Muhammad ‘Ali Beg Rogay, of Chaupati, Bombay and Poona, by his wife, Aisha Bibi, of Bombay and Surat. He d. at Surat, 1924, having had issue, an only daughter:
    • a) Nawab Fatima Sultan Jahan Begum Sahiba. b. at Sachin, 1895, m. at Sachin, 1906, Major H.H. Mubariz ud-Daula, Muzaffar ul-Mulk, Nawab Sidi Ibrahim Muhammad Yakut Khan III Bahadur, Nusrat Jang, Nawab of Sachin (b. at Sachin, 23rd November 1886; d. at Damas, 19th November 1930), eldest son of H.E. Mubariz ud-Daula, Muzaffar ul-Mulk, Nawab Sidi ‘Abdu’l Kadir Khan Bahadur, Nusrat Jang, Nawab of Sachin, by his wife, Nawab Sulaiman un-nisa Begum Sahiba, daughter of Mirza Muhammad ‘Ali Beg walad Fazil ‘Ali Beg. She d. at Bombay, 15th December 1913, having had issue, three sons - see below.
  • 3) Nawabzada Sidi ... Khan Bahadur.
  • 4) Nawabzada Sidi ‘Abdu’l Karim Khan Bahadur, educ. Elphinstone Coll, Bombay. (He d. before 1871?).
  • 1) Nawabzadi Vazir un-nisa Begum Sahiba. m. at Sachin, 1885, Syed Fakhr ud-din Abubakar el-Edroos, son of Sardar Syed ‘Ali el-Edroos, sometime Deputy Collector of Sind. She d. 10th January 1910, having had issue, an only daughter.
  • 2) Nawabzadi Karim un-nisa Begum Sahiba. m. at Sachin, 1885, Syed Hasal el-Edroos, head of the el-Edroos family.
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1873 - 1887 H.E. Mubariz ud-Daula, Muzaffar ul-Mulk, Nawab Sidi ‘Abdu’l Kadir Muhammad Yakut Khan Bahadur, Nusrat Jang, Nawab of Sachin. b. at Sachin Fort, March 1865, as Nawabzada Sidi ‘Abdu’l Kadir Khan Bahadur, eldest son of H.E. Mubariz ud-Daula, Muzaffar ul-Mulk, Nawab Sidi Ibrahim Muhammad Yakut Khan II Bahadur, Nusrat Jang, Nawab of Sachin, educ. Rajkumar Coll, Rajkot. Became Heir Apparent with the title of Wali Ahad Sahib, on the accession of his father, 1st December 1868. Succeeded on the death of his father, 4th March 1873. Ascended the musnaid and formally invested with the titles of Mubariz ud-Daula, Muzaffar ul-Mulk, Nawab Yakut Khan Bahadur, and Nusrat Jang, at Sachin Fort, March 1873. Reigned under a Council of Administration until he came of age, and was invested with partial ruling powers, July 1886. Received a permanent salute of 9-guns, 1st January 1877. Abdicated in favour of his eldest son, 7th January 1887. m. at Baroda, 2nd May 1885, Nawab Sulaiman un-nisa Begum Sahiba (b. at Baroda, 1869; d. at Sachin, 1913), née Mehran un-nisa Begum, daughter of Mirza Muhammad ‘Ali Beg walad Fazil ‘Ali Beg, by his wife, the daughter of Captain Shrimant Baba Sahib Ballantine, of the Baroda State Forces (son of General Thomas D. Ballantine, by a Mogul lady). He d. in exile, 30th December 1896, having had issue, three sons:
  • 1) Nawabzada Sidi Najaf ‘Ali Khan Bahadur, Wali Ahad Sahib, who succeeded as H.H. Mubariz ud-Daula, Muzaffar ul-Mulk, Nawab Sidi Ibrahim Muhammad Yakut Khan III Bahadur, Nusrat Jang, Nawab of Sachin - see below.
  • 2) Colonel Al-Haj Nawabzada Sidi Muhammad Ahmad Khan Bahadur. b. at Sachin, 31st July 1889, educ. Rajkumar Coll, Rajkot, and with the Imperial Cadet Corps, Dehra Dun. Cmsnd as 2nd-Lieut 2nd Hyderabad Imperial Service Lancers (Nizam’s Own) 1912, transf 1st (Golconda) Lancers 1914, served in the Great War in Egypt and the Middle East (severely wounded, MID), Adjutant 1st (Golconda) Lancers, prom Capt and squadron cdr 4th Hyderabad Infantry 1920, Personal Assist to the Resident at Hyderabad 1924, prom Maj, Lieut-Col, and Col. Rcvd: Delhi Durbar silver (1911), British War, Allied Victory and IGS medals (1918), Nizam’s Military Silver Jubilee (1936), Hyderabad War (1945), Hyderabad Victory (1942) medals, etc. m. at Hyderabad, 1918, Sahibzadi Laeeq un-nisa Begum Sahiba, second daughter of Brigadier Mumtaz Yar ud-Daula, Nawab Mumtaz ‘Ali Khan Bahadur, Mumtaz Yar Jang, sometime cdt HEH’s Sharf-i-Khas Troops, by his wife, Sadr un-nisa Begum Sahiba [Bijani Begum], eldest daughter of Major-General Al-Haj Afshar ul-Mulk, Afshar ud-Daula, Nawab Sir Muhammad ‘Ali Beg Bahadur, Afshar Jang, Sardar Bahadur, KCIE, MVO, OBI, sometime cdt Hyderabad State Forces. He had issue, four sons:
    • a) Brigadier Sahibzada Sidi Muhammad Mustafa Khan. b. at Hyderabad, 9th May 1919, educ. Rajkumar Coll, Rajkot. Cmsnd as 2nd-Lieut IA 3/1/1940 attached to 3rd Cavalry, served in WW2, prom Lieut 3/4/1943, transferred Pakistan Army 15/8/1947, retd as Brig. Rcvd: 39/45 Star, British War, India Service (1945), Pakistan Independence (1950), Coron (1953) medals, etc. m. Mumtaz Begum Sahiba, eldest daughter of The Hon Khan Bahadur Sir Shah Nawaz Khan Bhutto, CIE, OBE, KIH, sometime Diwan and Vice-Presdt Junagadh State Council, by his second wife, Khurshid Begum, née Lakhi Bai. He d. 26th January 1971, having had issue, three sons:
      • i) Sahibzada Sidi Muhammad Muzzafar Mustafa Khan [Poncho]. Businessman based in London, provincial hotel proprietor and gaming and night club owner, including the Club Royale in London. Dir Muzzafar Mustafa International Fine Dining LtdImran Assoc (Pvt) Ltd. m. Stephanie Margaret J... (d. from a severe asthma attack, at London, 1981), née Harris, a lady of Polish descent. He had issue, three sons:
        • (1) Sahibzada Sidi Muhammad Jahanzeb Khan [Prince Jason Khan]. b. at Blackpool, Lancs, 1973, educ. Bahria Univ, Islamabad, Pakistan. Employed in the office of Benezir Bhutto 1992-1996. m. Juliette, educ. Lycée Français Charles de Gaulle, London, Marketing Dir of The Yacht London since 2009, daughter of Simon Richards, by his wife, Frances Arieli Richards. He has issue, two sons:
          • (a) Sahibzada Sidi Zachary Milo M. Khan. b. at London, 2006.
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        • (2) Sahibzada Sidi Muhammad Sikandar Khan [Prince Alexander Khan]. b. at Liverpool, 1975.
        • (3) Sahibzada Sidi Muhammad Nadir Khan [Prince Nicholas Khan-Roper]. b. at Southport, 1979, educ. City & Islington Coll, London, and Northumbria Univ (BA 2000). Raised by Professor Gerda Roper after the death of his mother. Independent financial adviser, Financial Consultant at Think Destiny 2005-2007, Proprietor of Khan-Roper Consultants (KRC) Ltd since 2008, MD of The Yacht London private members club 2009, Private Banking Mortgage Adviser at Drummonds Child & Co since 2013. Dir European Fine Dining Company Ltd 2000, Aparto Hotels Ltd 2000, Real Share Hotels Ltd 2000, Elan Corp Ltd 2001, Popular Promotions Ltd 2001, Premier Property Consultancy Ltd 2003, Independant Film Finance Ltd 2003, etc. Mbr London Desi Hollywood Cricket Club. m. at St Luke’s Church, Maidenhead, Berkshire, 2nd September 2012, Rania Harb Khan Roper (b. at Beirut, Lebanon, 1976), educ. Institut Le Rosey, Rolle, Switzerland, and Regent’s Coll (MA 2002), London, Client Relations and PR Assist Chaumet 2006-2008, Snr Exec Assist to CEO of Gift-Library.com since 2011, Dir Khan-Roper Consultants (KRC) Ltd 2008-2010, elder daughter of Sami Buez, lawyer, of Beirut, Lebanon, by his wife, Janan Harb, former wife of H.M. Fahd ibn ‘Abdu’l Aziz Al-Saud, King of Saudi Arabia, and younger daughter of George Harb, of Nazareth, Palestine.
      • ii) Sahibzada Mahfooz Mustafa Khan [Mahfooz Mustafa]. b. 5th April 1949. Settled in Houston, Texas, USA. Presdt Mirani Home Accents Inc, Lakeway Investments Inc, and Daizy Knitwear Inc. Dir Business Development Valerus Field Solutions. m. at Harris, Texas, USA, 5th June 1997, Nergis Begum Mustafa (b. 28th August 1950), educ. Karachi Grammar Sch, Karachi, Pakistan, artist and painter. He had issue, one son and two daughters:
        • (1) Sahibzada Sidi Taimur Muhammad Mustafa. b. 20th April 1974, educ. Karachi Grammar Sch, Karachi, Pakistan, The Coll of William & Mary (BA Econ 1996), Williamsburg, Virginia, and Rice Univ (MBA 2006), Houston, Texas, USA. Risk Control Analyst Shell Energy N America 2007-2008, Risk Mngr Masefield Natural Gas Inc 2008-2009, Snr Risk Analyst Cime Energy Ltd 2020-2012, Snr Market Risk Analyst Gazprom Marketing & Trading USA since 2013. m. at Harris, Texas, USA, 7th October 2000, Geralynn Louise Delaney (b. 8th August 1960), daughter of Gary Monroe Delaney, by his wife, Marjorie Louise, daughter of Elmer J. Smith, of St Marles, Idaho, USA. He has issue, a son:
          • (a) Sloan Mustafa.
        • (1) Sahibzaddi Mumtaz Begum Mustafa. b. 15th March 1978, educ. Convent of Jesus & Mary, Karachi, Froebel’s International Sch, Islamabad, Pakistan, and Rhode Island Sch of Design, Providence, Rhode Island, USA. Assist Designer with Harper Collins Publishers 2001-2003, Designer Hyperion Publishers 2003-2005, Design Consultant UNDP 2005-2010, Snr Design Dir Harper Collins Publishers since 2010.Copyright© Christopher Buyers
        • (2) Sahibzadi Tehmina Begum Mustafa. b. 1976. m. at Harris, Texas, USA, 1st September 2000, Nouman Ahmad (b. 18th November 1982).
      • iii) Sahibzada Sidi Mukaram Mustafa Khan. m. Saihra Begum, née Irshad.
    • b) Group Captain Sahibzada Sidi Muhammad Imtiaz Khan. b. at Hyderabad, 30th September 1920, educ. Rajkumar Coll, Rajkot. Cmsnd as Flying Officer RIAF 3/3/1941, served in WW2 1941-1945, transf RPAF 15/8/1947, retd as Grp Capt. Settled in the USA. Mbr Lahore Garrison Golf & Country Club. Rcvd: 39/45 Star, British War, India Service (1945), Pakistan Independence (1950), Coron (1953) medals, etc. m. at the Nizam’s Palace, Bombay, 1945, Nawabzadi Sartaj Jahan Begum Sahiba [Haseen Pasha] (b. at Majid Castle, Savanur, 14th August 1923; d. from diabetic complications in the USA, 13th June 2005), second daughter of Major Meherban Nawab ‘Abdu’l Majid Khan II Bahadur, Diler Jang, Nawab of Savanur, CBE, by his wife, Meherban Nawab Khaliq un-nisa Begum Sahiba [Khalique], eldest daughter of Brigadier Mumtaz Yar ud-Daula, Nawab Mumtaz ‘Ali Khan Bahadur, Mumtaz Yar Jang, sometime cdt HEH’s Sharf-i-Khas Troops. He had issue, one son and two daughters:
      • i) Squadron Leader Sahibzada Sidi Muhammad Shahiryar Khan. b. 3rd December 1950. PAF. m. 21st December 1974, Sahibzadi Sameena Begum, daughter of Sahibzada Ahad Khan, by his wife, Nishat Begum. He has issue, one son and two daughters:
        • (1) Sahibzada Sidi Muhammad Nadir Imtiaz Khan. b. 2nd September 1980, educ. Columbia Univ, New York, USA. Trader and analyst with SAC of Capital 2003-2006, Timescape Global 2006-2011, Bidness ETC 2011, Qineqt Inc, and The Khan Co. m. at Karachi, Sind, Pakistan, 20th December 2015, Syeda Maliha Nadir Khan. He has issue, two sons and one daughter:
          • (a) Sahibzada Sidi Muhammad Karim Shahiryar Khan. b. 18th February 2019.
          • (b) Sahibzada Sidi Muhammad Jibrael Imtiaz Khan. b. 2nd April 2021.
          • (a) Sahibzadi Amirah Haseen Khan. b. 28th November 2016.
        • (1) Sahibzadi Nadia Begum [Nadia Khan Janjua]. b. 18th November 1977. m. 2nd November 2002, Dr Muhammad Allahyar Janjua (b. 1975), educ. Baqai Medical Coll, Karachi, Pakistan, and Univ of Louisville, Kentucky, USA. Fellow Baqai Medical Univ Medical Sch 2002, Resident Univ of Louisville Medical Sch 2007-2010, Resident 2010, Hematology & Oncology Specialist at Warren Clinic at St Francis Hospital, Tulsa, Oklahoma, Mbr American Soc of Clinical Oncology, American Brd of Internal Medicine, American Soc of Hematology, etc. She has issue, two sons and one daughter:
          • (a) Sher Mustafa Janjua. b. 11th August 2005.
          • (b) Hamza Sher Janjua. b. 9th April 2007.
          • (a) Maryam Khaliq Janjua. b. 3rd December 2009.
        • (2) Sahibzadi Salma Nishat Haseen Begum. b. 19th May 1988, educ. (BDS). Dental surgeon. m. 8th September 2012, Syed Naved Hussain. She has issue, one son and one daughter:
          • (a) Yusuf Hussain. b. 2nd August 2016.
          • (a) Aliya Hussain. b. 30th July 2018.
      • i) Sahibzadi Malik Taj Jahan Begum. b. 27th February 1947. m. 1965, Muhammad Imad ud-din Akbar (b. 3rd June 1935). She had issue, one son and one daughter:
        • (1) Ghouse Akbar. b. 18th December 1967.
        • (1) Laeeq Fatima Jahan Begum. b. 16th January 1966, educ. Chateau Mont Choisi, Lausanne, Switzerland, and Convent of Jesus & Mary, Karachi, Pakistan. Country Mngr for Alitalia in Karachi 1996-2007, CEO Oxygen Spa since 2007. m. 1986, Shehzad Tarique. She has issue, two sons:
          • (a) Samir Shehzad Tarique. b. 1988, educ. International Sch of Choueifat, Sharjah, UAE, Karachi American Sch, Karachi, Pakistan, Virginia Wesleyan Coll, Norfolk, Virginia, Pace Univ, New York, USA, and Glion Inst of Higher Education, Switzerland.
          • (b) Iraj Shehzad Tarique. b. at Karachi, Pakistan, 14th October 1989, educ. Karachi American Sch, Karachi, Pakistan, and Univ of Massachusetts, Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
      • ii) Sahibzadi Sartaj Jahan Begum. b. 16th October 1949. m. Dr Muhammad Rahimu’llah Farukhi (b. 24th April 1944), of Cleveland, Ohio, worked with Harshaw Chemical Co as Group Leader for Measurements (R/D), Dir of Production Engineering, and Mngr Nuclear Products and Systems, CEO Rexon Components Inc since 1983, son of Noorie Zainab Begum, younger daughter of Sardar Hyder ‘Ali Khan, from Nipani, in Karnataka, by his wife, Nawabzadi Khani Begum Sahiba, daughter of Meherban Nawab ‘Abdu’l Tabriz Khan Bahadur, Diler Jang, Nawab of Savanur. She d. at Mount Sinai Medical Center, Cleveland, Ohio, USA, 5th January 2006, having had issue, three sons and one daughter:
        • (1) Zaid Himayath Farukhi. b. at Cleveland, Ohio, USA, 12th May 1970.
        • (2) Shehzad Rahim Farukhi. b. at Cleveland, Ohio, USA, 15th March 1976.
        • (3) Fahhad Imtiaz Farukhi. b. 11th February 1979.
        • (1) Sharmeen Taj Farukhi. b. 11th August 1974. Copyright© Christopher Buyers
    • c) Major Sahibzada Sidi Muhammad Mukhtar Khan. b. at Hyderabad, 192z, educ. Rajkumar Coll, Rajkot. Cmsnd as 2nd-Lieut IA, served in WW2, retd as Maj. Rcvd: 39/45 Star, British War, India Service (1945) medals, etc. m. 1956, Jameel Begum [Jahangir Khatoon] [Jamli]. He had issue, three sons and one daughter:
      • i) Sahibzada Sidi Muhammad Imran Khan. b. July 1958. m. 1985, Munawar Begum. He has issue, one son and three daughters:
        • (1) Sahibzada Sidi Muhammad Adam Khan. b. 1988.
        • (1) Sahibzadi Muneeza Begum. b. 19th April 1986.
        • (2) Sahibzadi Mariyam Begum. b. July 1990.
        • (3) Sahibzadi Amina Begum. b. January 1993.
      • ii) Captain Sahibzada Sidi Muhammad Ahmad Khan. b. 24th October 1963. m. Sara Begum. He has issue, two sons:
        • (1) Sahibzada Sidi Muhammad Hamza Khan. b. 14th July 1995.
        • (2) Sahibzada Sidi Muhammad Hamad Khan. b. 12th April 2005.
      • iii) Sahibzada Sidi Muhammad Haidar Khan. b. 27th November 1970. m. Sadhana Begum. He has issue, two sons:
        • (1) Sahibzada Sidi Muhammad Kazim Khan.
        • (2) Sahibzada Sidi Muhammad Nabeel Khan.
      • i) Sahibzadi Sameena Begum. b. 6th July 1957. m. Raghid Farooqi. She has issue, two sons and three daughters:
        • (1) ‘Abdu’l Moheet Raghid. b. 17th June 19xx.
        • (2) ‘Abdu’l Munim Raghid. b. 17th June 19xx.
        • (1) Omema Raghid. b. 13th May 19xx.
        • (2) Mehmiya Raghid. b. 18th December 19xx.
        • (3) Lamiya Raghid. b. 4th January 19xx.
    • d) Captain Sahibzada Sidi Muhammad Aslam Khan. b. at Hyderabad, 1926, educ. Rajkumar Coll, Rajkot. Cmsnd 2nd-Lieut 2nd Hyderabad Imperial Service Lancers (the Nizam’s Own). He was k. during the Indian invasion of Hyderabad, 13th September 1948 (the only officer to die in battle).
  • 3) Nawabzada Sidi ‘Abdu’l Karim Khan Bahadur. b. at Baroda Camp, 8th May 1891, educ. Rajkumar Coll, Rajkot, Malvern Coll, Worcestershire, Balliol Coll, Oxford (BA 1913, MA 1917), and the Inner Temple, London. Barr-at-Law 1920, practised at the High Court of Bombay, Judicial and Political Sec to the Nawab of Sachin 1919-1920, Chief Sec Cooch-Behar 1921-1922, Private Sec to the Maharani Regent of Cooch-Behar 1922-1930. Presdt Central Islamic Soc of GB. Mbr East India and United Service Clubs (London), Royal Calcutta Turf Club, etc. He d. unm. from pleurisy and double pneumonia, at Calcutta, 22nd January 1930.
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