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1814 - 1827 H.M. Abu'l Muzaffar Muiz ud-din Shah-i- Zaman, Ghazi ud-din Haidar Shah Bahadur, King of Oudh. b. 1769, third son of H.H. Wazir ul-Mamalik-i-Hindustan, Yamin ud-Daula, Nizam ul-Mulk, Nawab Sa'adat 'Ali Khan Bahadur, Mubariz Jang [Jannat Aramgah], Nawab Wazir of Oudh, educ. privately. Succeeded on the death of his father, 11th July 1814. Ascended the musnaid, at the Lal Barahdari, Farhat Bakhsh Palace, Lucknow, 12th July 1814 under the style of Wazir ul-Mamalik-i-Hindustan, Rifa'at ud-Daula,Rafi ul-Mulk, Nawab Ghazi ud-dinHaidar Khan Bahadur, ShahamatJang. Assumed the title of King with the style of Abu'lMuzaffar Muiz ud-din Shah-i-Zaman,Padshah-i- Oudh from 19th October 1818.m. (first) at Benares, before 18th July 1795, H.M. Mariam ul-Asmat Bilqis us-Sitawat Mahal-i-Khas Nawab Padshah Begum Mubarak Mahal Sahiba (b. 1777; d. at Chunar Fort, Mirzapur, February 1846, bur. Shah Najaf Imambara, Lucknow), raised to the rank of principal wife and invested with the title of Mariamul-Asmat Bilqis us-Sitawat Mahal-i-Khas 12th July 1814, younger daughter of Manajjam ul-Mulk, Sayyid Mubashir Khan Bahadur, an astronomer from a Rizvi Sayyid family in Mashhad, Persia. m. (second) at the Chattar Manzil, Lucknow, 1815, Mukhadar-i-Aliya Izat un-nisa Mahad 'Ali Nawab Mubarak Mahal Sahiba (d. 30th June 1849, bur. Shah Najaf Imambara, Lucknow), daughter of Colonel Aish, of Kanpur, by his Hindu wife. m. (third) at the Chattar Manzil, Lucknow, 1822, Nawab Sultan Mariam Begum Sahiba [Vilaiti Begum] (b. 1808; d. from tuberculosis, at the Bunyad Manzil, Lucknow, 5th April 1849, bur. Kaiserpasand Cemetary), née Mary Short, who converted to Islam on her marriage but became a Roman Catholic as a widow, elder daughter of Dr. James Short, a Roman Catholic in the service of the HEIC, by his wife, Mary Minas, an Armenian lady. m. (1) Subh ud-Daulat Sahiba (k. on the orders of Padshah Begum, ca. 9th September 1803, bur. Jhanjkar Bagh), a former maidservant. m. (2) Nawab Sarfraz Mahal I Sahiba (b. ca. 1798; d. after 1858, bur. Shah Najaf Imambara, Lucknow). m. (3) Nawab Sarfraz Mahal II Sahiba. m. (4) Nawab Mumtaz Mahal II Sahiba. m. (5) Nawab Imami Begum. m. (6) Nawab Waziri Begum. m. (7) Nawab Gumani Begum (b. ca. 1787; d. after 1857). m. (8) Nawab Fatima Begum, daughter of Wazir 'Ali. m. (9) Umda Khanum. m. (10) Mubarak Khatun. m. (11) Moti Khanum (d. after 1872), daughter of Husain 'Ali. m. (12) Piari Khanum. m. (13) Qudisa Khanum (d. 3rd November 1872), daughter of Mirza Tughul. m. (14) Imami Khanum. m. (15) Nik Khanum. m. (16) Ilahi Khanum alias Chelani. m. (17) Muhammadi Khanum. m. (18) Khanum Jan (b. 1802; d. after 1859), daughter of Mirza Muhammad 'Ali. m. (19) Amani Khanum (b. ca. 1809; d. after 1872), daughter of Roshan 'Ali. m. (20) Husmukh Khanum (b. ca. 1803; d. after 1872), daughter of Khalid Khan.m. (21) Vilaiti Khanum (b. ca. 1809; d. after 1871), daughter of Mada Khan. m. (a) Bi Husaini. m. (b) Mubarak Kadam. m. (c) Radha Piari, alias Mahbub Bi. m. (d) Bi Puran. m. (e) Sadar Bahar. m. (f) Bi Basanti. m. (g) Jan Bakhsh. m. (h) Umda Khawas. m. (i) Chameli Khawas. m. (j) Yasmin. m. (k) Nur Subha (d. 10th June 1872). m. (l) Bi Husaina. m. (m) Bi Vazaini. m. (n) Phizzah. m. (o) Khizzah. m. (p) Warush (d. after 1872). m. (q) Bibi Kurd. m. (r) Achtul (d. after 1872), daughter of Rajab 'Ali. m. (s) Farhat Aisha. m. (t) Champa. m. (u) Sunor [Summur] (d. 15th September 1872). m. (v) Taqi. m. (w) Turana Choti. m. (x) Turana Barshi. m. (y) Zaini Hubal. m. (z) Billuti (d. after 1872). m. (aa) Virda.m. (ab) Bi Azma. m. (ac) Bi Nur Subha. m. (ad) Bi Fatima. m. (ae) Siti Gowhar, daughter of Husain Bakhsh. m. (af) Anjuma Afshun (d. after 1872). m. (ag) Indra Baksh (d. after 1872). m. (ah) Rahima. m. (ai) Shirin. m. (aj) Jafran (d. 18th November 1872). m. (ak) Rahimuna. m. (al) Bi Bundi [Munglu] (b. ca. 1804; d. 15th May 1872), daughter of Mirza Kullo.m. (am) Lutf un-nisa (b. ca. 1807; d. after 1872), daughter of Mirza Wahid 'Ali. m. (an) Umda Jan (b. ca. 1809; d. after 1859), daughter of Mu'tamid ud-Daula, Mukhtar ul-Mulk, Nawab Sayyid Muhammad Khan Bahadur, Zigham Jang [Agha Mir], sometime Chief Minister of Oudh. m. (ao) Halima (d. after 1872). m. (ap) Hasina Kullan (d. after 1872). He d. at the Farat Bakhsh Palace, Lucknow, 19th October 1827 (bur. Shah Najaf Imambara), having had issue, two sons and one daughter:
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1827 - 1837 H.M. Abu'l Nasir Qutb ud-din Sultan-i-Adil Naushirwan-i-Zaman, Sulaiman-i-Rozgar, Nasir ud-din Haidar Bahadur [Khuld Manzil], King of Oudh. b. at Lucknow, 9th September 1803, elder son of H.M. Abu'l Muzaffar Muiz ud-din Shah-i-Zaman, Padshah-i-Oudh, Ghazi ud-din Haidar Shah Bahadur, King of Oudh, by Subh ud-Daulat Sahiba, former maidservant, educ. privately. Granted the personal titles of Imtiaz ud-Daula, Umdatul-Mulk, Nasir ud-din Khan Bahadur,Asad Jang, 12th July 1814, promoted to the title of Sulaiman Jah, 19th October 1818. Appointed as Heir Apparent and granted the additional titles of Abul Nasir, Sahib-i-'Alam, and Wali Ahad Mirza Bahadur. Succeeded on the death of his father, 19th October 1827. Ascended the musnaid, at the Qasr us-Sultan, Farhat Bakhsh Palace, Lucknow, 20th October 1827. m. (first) at Lucknow, 1821 (not consumated), H.M. Malika-i-Dauran Nawab Ruqiya Sultan Begum Sahiba [Bahu Begum] (d.s.p. at Baghdad, Iraq, 20th July 1871), daughter of Shahzada Mirza Muhammad, Sulaiman Shikoh Bahadur, of Delhi, by his third wife, Nawazish Mahal Begum Sahiba. m. (second) at Lucknow, 1826, H.M. Mumtaz uz-Zuhur Malika-i-Zamani Nawab Sultan Ara Begum Shahzada Mahal Sahiba [Bismillah Begum] (d. at Lucknow, 22nd December 1843, bur. there at the Imambara-i-Golaganj), raised to the rank of first consort with the title of Malika-i-Zamani 20th October 1827, alias Dulari, former wife of Fateh Murad, and later his son, Rustam, daughter of a Hindu Kurmi from Benares. m. (third) at Lucknow, 1827, Nawab Muqadara-i-Aliya Begum Vilayati Mahal Sahiba (d. at the Residency compound at Lucknow, 12th November 1840), younger daughter of George Hopkins Walters, a rich merchant of Lucknow and retired servant of the HEIC, by Mrs Whearty, daughter of an English merchant named Culloden. m. (fourth) at Lucknow, 17th December 1831, Muqadara-i-Zamani Mahd-i-Azma Bilqis-i-Dauran Malika-i-Afaq Nawab Qudsia Sultan Mariam Banu Begum Sahiba (d. by suicide, at Lucknow, 21st August 1834, bur. at the New Kerbala, near Mahdi Gunj), alias Nawab Qudsia Mahal Sahiba and Bismillah Khanum, a former attendant to Malika-i-Zamani, from the Turkish family of Wafa Beg Khan. m. (fifth) Mumtaz uz-Zohra Nawab Padshah Jahan Begum Sahiba (b. ca. 1817; d. after 1872), daughter of Muhtasham ud-Daula, Nawab Baqir 'Ali Khan Bahadur. m. (1) Nawab Qamar un-nisa Begum Taj Mahal Sahiba [Husaini Begum] (b. ca. 1814; m. second, after 1857, Mir Kalb Husain, and d. (at Baghdad?) 19th February 1889 or at Kerbala, 11th July 1875, having had issue, two daughters), alias Nawab Khurshid Mahal Sahiba, née Bhajju Tawaif, a former dancer. m. (2) 13th May 1817, Nawab Sharaf un-nisa Begum Afzal Mahal Sahiba, alias Sukh Chain, a former slave. m. (3) Nawab Padshah Mahal Sahiba, daughter of Zulfiqar Beg, and Mumtaz Mahal Sahiba. m. (4) Nawab Sahiba Mahal Sahiba (b. ca. 1818; d. after 1872), daughter of Mirza Agha Jan. m. (5) Nawab Phul Mahal Sahiba, alias Nawab Kangal Mahal Sahiba, sister of Dayanat ud-Daula, Raja Ram Dayal Bahadur. m. (6) Nawab Nur Mahal Sahiba (b. ca. 1812), previously Nawab Mulaka Begum, daughter of Mir Salamat 'Ali. m. (7) Nawab Vilaiti Begum (b. ca. 1821; d. after 1872), daughter of Haidar Bakhsh. m. (8) Nawab Kulsum Begum (d. after 1872), daughter of Tafuz ul-Husain Khan. m. (9) Nawab Moti Begum (d. after 1872), daughter of Mir Imam 'Ali. m. (10) Nawab Wazir Bahu Begum (b. ca. 1809; d. after 1872), daughter of Mir Bandar 'Ali. m. (11) Shahrukh Khurri (b. ca. 1819;d. after 1859), daughter of Mirza Reza. m. (12) Piari Khanum (b. ca. 1814; d. after 1859), daughter of Mirza Waris 'Ali. m. (13) Naurozi Khanum (b. ca. 1817). m. (14) Husaini Khanum (d. after 1872), daughter of Husain 'Ali. m. (15) Nawab Mumtaz Mahal Sahiba. m. (16) Nawab Abbasi Mahal Sahiba. m. (17) Nawab Aftab Mahal Sahiba. m. (18) Nawab Barati Begum. m. (a) Hushma Kalan (b. ca. 1802; d. after 1859). m. (b) Amir un-nisa (b. ca. 1817). m. (c) Ujmi. m. (d) Tourunja. m. (e) Bi Jafran. m. (f) Bi Sitwi. m. (g) Bi Chutar. m. (h) Bara Zain I. m. (i) Bara Zain II. m. (j) Bara Zain III. m. (k) Bi Wazir un-nisa (d. after 1872), daughter of Mirza Rustam 'Ali. m. (l) Dil Pasand (d. after 1872), daughter of Bahadur 'Ali. m. (m) Gulab (d. after 1872). m. (n) Muhammadi Jan (d. after 1872). m. (o) Moti us-Sultan (d. after 1872). m. (p) Maryam (d. after 1872). m. (q) Nuzmat Bakhsh (d. after 1872). He d.s.p. at Farhat Bakhsh Palace, Lucknow, 7th July 1837 (bur. at the Karbala, Iradatnagar), having supposedly had issue, two sons and one daughter: Copyright© Christopher Buyers
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