HASANPUR

     

    HASANPUR (Taluq)

    AREA:  REVENUE:  ACCESSION: 
    LOCATION: Oudh (Sultanpur
    Distt.)
    DYNASTY: Bachgoti-Rajwar RELIGION: Muslim
    PRESENT RULER: 
    PREDECESSORS and SHORT
    HISTORY:
    For predecessors see Bachgoti
    family tree. Estate holders were….

    • Raja TILOK CHAND,
      married and had issue.

      • Raja Prithi Chand, married and had issue, ancestor of the
        families of Murarmau,
        Hasanpur, Daundia Khera and Purwa.

        • Raja Deo Rai, married and had issue.
          • Raja Bhairon Das
      • Rana Harhar Deo, married and had issue, ancestor of the
        families of Kori
        Sidhauli, Thalrai and Khajurgaon.

        • Babu Ram Chandra, married and had issue.
          • Babu Karn Rai, married and had issue.
            • Babu Harsingh Rai, together with his brother, he
              founded the present house of Naihestha by establishing themselves in
              the Behar pargana; married and had issue.

              • Babu Ram Singh, married and had issue, the Rajas
                of Kuri Sidhauli.

                • Babu Sangram Shah, married and had issue.
                  • Babu Abhai Raj, married and had issue.
                    • Babu Sukh Shah
                  • Babu Bal Singh, married and had issue.
                    • Babu Doman Deo
            • Babu Birsingh Rai, together with his brother, he
              founded the present house of Naihestha by establishing themselves in
              the Behar pargana; married and had issue. He was killed in a battle
              with the Rao of Daundia Khera.

              • Babu Bhairon Das, married and had issue.
                • Babu Chhatar Pati, married and had issue.
                  • Babu Hindu Singh, married and had issue.
                    • Babu Pratap Shah, married and had issue.
                      • Babu Bakhtawar Singh
                      • Babu Shamsher Singh
          • Babu Khem Karan, married and had issue.
            • Babu Shakti Singh, he successfully invaded the
              Dalmau pargana; married and had issue.

              • Rana Doman Deo, built a Fort at Chiloli; married
                and had issue, eight sons.

                • Rana Ajit Mal, succeeded to the estate of
                  Khajurgaon; married and had issue.

                  • Rana Kharag Singh, succeeded to Khajurgaon,
                    married and had issue two sons.

                    • Babu (name unknown) Singh (second
                      son), he built a fort at Shankarpur, famous as the home of RanaShiv Prashad Singh, and his still greater son, Rana Beni Madho Baksh
                      Singh of Shankarpur.
                  • Babu Ghulal Shah, married and had issue, the
                    Rajas of Gaura.
                • Babu Pahar Singh, married and had issue, the
                  Talukdars of Fahu. He died 1647.

                  • Babu Chuni Singh, married and had issue.
                    • Babu Hindupat Singh
                • Babu Mitrajit Singh, married and had issue, the
                  Talukdars of Kurihar Satawan. He died 1647.

                  • Babu Kalyan Shah, married and had issue.
                    • Babu Indrajit Singh
              • Babu Rudra Shah, founded Sahpur and dispossessed
                his first cousins, the sons of the
                brothers of Shakta Singh, of the villages which had been assigned for
                their support; married and had issue, the Thakurs of Simar Pahar
                [Samarpaha].

                • Babu Mukund Rai, married and had issue.
                  • Babu Kuber Singh, married and had issue.
                    • Babu Prithi Raj, married and had issue.
                      • Babu Maha Singh, married and had issue.
                        • Babu Shiv Singh
                    • Babu Hindupat Singh, married and had issue.
                      • Babu Achal Singh, married and had issue.
                        • Babu Mohan Singh
    • Raja JAI CHAND,
      married and had issue.

      • Raja Tilok Chand (qv)
    • Raja TILOK CHAND,
      forcibly converted to Islam under the
      name of Tatar
      Khan and granted the title of Khan-i-Azam; he established a series of
      forts at Khiron (Sathanpur), Sangrampur and Rai Bareilly; said to have
      married 300 wives, including a Princess of Rewah and a Princess of
      Mainpuri, and had issue, “a family as countless as the sands of the
      sea”. He lived around the middle of the 15th century.

      • Raka Prithichand, he took the Western Province with the
        ancestral castle of Sangrampur after his fathers death.
      • Raja Harhardeo, ruled over the
        East from Sathanpur, which his grandfather had built when he conquered
        the Bhars
        of the Elhiron pargana.
      • Rai Amba, married and had issue.
        • Rai Bidad, who lived at Gajanpur, married and had issue.
          • Rai
            Dudhich, converted to Islam, and was the ancestor of all the Muslim
            Bhale Sultans.
      • Rai Mardan
    • ….
    • Raja HASAN KHAN,
      Raja of Hasanpur, founder of the Taluq named after himself.
    • …..
    • Raja HUSAIN ALI KHAN,
      Raja of Hasanpur, died 1860.
    • Raja KHAIRAT KHAN,
      Raja of Hasanpur 1860/1869, he succeeded his brother in 1860.
    • Raja MUHAMMED ALI KHAN,
      Raja of Hasanpur 1869/-, born 24th May 1857.
      [?married Rani Kaniz Batul, daughter
      of Raja
      Azam Ali Khan, Taluqdar of Deogaon and Almusganj
      ]
    • Raja MUHAMMED MEHDI ALI
      KHAN
      , Raja of Hasanpur, died after 1930.
    • Raja AHMAD ALI KHAN,
      Raja of Hasanpur, died after 1933.

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