BAHAWALPUR

The Abbasi Dynasty

(Daudputra)

GENEALOGY

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1826 - 1852 H.H. Hafiz ul-Mulk, Rukn ud-Daula, Mukhlis ud-Daula, Nawab Amir Muhammad Bahawal Khan Abbasi III Bahadur, Nusrat Jung, Nawab of Bahawalpur, eldest son of H.H. Hafiz ul-Mulk, Rukn ud-Daula, Mukhlis ud-Daula, Nawab Amir Sadiq Muhammad Khan Abbasi II Bahadur, Nusrat Jung, Nawab of Bahawalpur, educ. privately. Kept as a hostage by the Mir of Khairpur to ensure the good behaviour of his father 1811-1812. Proclaimed on the death of his father and ascended the musnaid at Derawar Fort, 17th April 1826. Entered into Treaty relations with the HEIC, 22nd February 1833. Had the independence of his state guaranteed by a subsequent treaty in 1835. Participated in the reduction of Multan, by sending a force 23,000 strong. m. (first) 1812, a daughter of Kohneh Khan Daudpura, a jagirdar. m. (second) a sister of Muhammad Asad Khan Leghari, sometime Governor of Sughur. m. (b) Jan Bibi. m. (c) Khair Qadam, widow of Yakub Khan, sometime Wazir. m. (d) Ganman Khatoon, daughter of Yakub Khan. m. (e) Neimat Khatoon, a second daughter of Yakub Khan. m. (f) Hayat Khatoon, a third daughter of Yakub Khan. m. (g) Sahib Khatoon, youngest daughter of Yakub Khan. He d. at Derawar Fort, 19th October 1852 (bur. there at the Nawabi Cemetery), having had issue, six sons:
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1852 - 1853 H.H. Hafiz ul-Mulk, Rukn ud-Daula, Mukhlis ud-Daula, Nawab Amir Sadiq Muhammad Khan Abbasi III Bahadur, Nusrat Jung, Nawab of Bahawalpur. b. as Sa'adat Yar Khan, second son of H.H. Hafiz ul-Mulk, Rukn ud-Daula, Mukhlis ud-Daula, Nawab Amir Muhammad Bahawal Khan Abbasi III Bahadur, Nusrat Jung, Nawab of Bahawalpur, educ. privately. Succeeded on the death of his father, 19th October 1852. Proclaimed and installed on the musnaid at Derawar Fort as Sadiq Muhammad Khan Abbasi III, 11th November 1852. Deposed and imprisoned by his brother, 20th February 1853 but was later allowed to reside in British territory as a pensioner of the GOI. Having later attempted to rebel against his brother, removed from the state and placed in confinement at Lahore. m. several wives. He d.s.p. at Samman Burj, Lahore, 1861 (bur. there at the Nawab Sa'adat Khan Mausoleum, Kuri Bagh).
 
1853 - 1858 H.H. Hafiz ul-Mulk, Rukn ud-Daula, Mukhlis ud-Daula, Nawab Amir Fateh Muhammad Khan Abbasi Bahadur, Nusrat Jung, Nawab of Bahawalpur. b. as Sahibzada Haji Muhammad Khan, eldest son of H.H. Hafiz ul-Mulk, Rukn ud-Daula, Mukhlis ud-Daula, Nawab Amir Muhammad Bahawal Khan Abbasi III Bahadur, Nusrat Jung, Nawab of Bahawalpur, by his second wife, a sister of Muhammad Asad Khan Leghari, sometime Governor of Sughur, educ. privately.  Imprisoned by his brother when he came to the throne in 1852. Freed by the nobles with British help, 8th February 1853. Proclaimed on the deposition and imprisonment of his younger brother, 20th February 1853. Installed on the musnaid at Derawar Fort, 23rd February 1853. Granted a hereditary salute of 17-guns in 1855. He d. 3rd October 1858 (bur. at the Nawabi Cemetery, Derawar Fort), having had issue, two sons and one daughter, including:
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