HATHRAS

 

HATHRAS (Zamindari)

 

VILLAGES:  REVENUE:  ANNEXATION: 1817
LOCATION:  DYNASTY: Jat RELIGION: Hindu
PRESENT HEAD OF HOUSE: Raja
AMAR PRATAP SINGH
, Raja of Hathras (Georgina Villa,
Rajpur, India)
born 4th January 1940 in Dehradun, married 1968, Rani Balbir Kaur, and
has issue.

  • Kumari Meeta Kaur
  • Kunwar Charat Pratap Singh
  • Kunwar Sharad Pratap Singh
PREDECESSORS AND SHORT HISTORY: Hathras
was a
Jat state, which was annexed to British India in 1817. Estate holders
were….

  • Thakur MAKHAN SINGH,
    Thakur of Mursan, married and had issue. He died after
    1660.

    • Raja Nandram Singh (qv)
  • Thakur NANDRAM SINGH,
    Thakur of Mursan, Faujdar,
    married and had issue. He died 1696.

    • Thakur Jai Singh [Bhoj Singh] (qv)
    • Thakur Zulkaran Singh, Thakur of Mursan, married and had
      issue.

      • Thakur Kushal Singh, Thakur of Mursan
      • Raja Pohap Singh, Thakur of Mursan
      • Raja Bhagwant Singh, Thakur of Mursan, married and had
        issue.
        He died 1824.

        • Raja Tikaram Singh, Thakur of Mursan 1824/1878,
          C.I.E.,
          married and had issue. He died 1878.

          • Kunwar Kishan Pratap Singh, married and had issue.
            He died before 1878.

            • Raja Bahadur Ghanshyam Singh, Thakur of Mursan
              1878/-, title was
              formally
              conferred
              3rd December 1859, married and had issue.

              • Kunwar Baldeo Singh
              • Kunwar Kharag Singh, third son,
                he was adopted by Raja Harnarayan Singh of Hathras in 1889, and
                succeeded as
                Raja
                Mahendra Pratap Singh of Hathras (see below).
  • Thakur JAI SINGH,
    Thakur of Hathras 1696/1749, Faujdar,
    married and had issue. He
    died
    1749

    • Thakur Badan Singh (qv)
    • Thakur Samant Singh, married and had issue.
      • Thakur Balwant Singh
      • Thakur Kishan Singh
  • Thakur BADAN SINGH,
    Thakur of Hathras 1749/1768, married and had issue. He
    died 1768.

    • Thakur Bhure Singh [Boori Singh] (qv)
    • Thakur Sakat Singh, Thakur of Karil, married and had
      issue.

      • Thakur Drig Singh, Thakur of Jatoi
      • Thakur Udai Singh, Thakur of Karil, married and had
        issue.

        • Thakur Sujan Singh, Thakur of Jatoi, married and had
          issue.

          • Thakur Roop Singh, Thakur of Jatoi, married and had
            issue.
            He died 1876.

            • Kunwar Harnarayan Singh, adopted by Raja Govind
              Singh of Hathras, and succeeded as Raja Harnarayan Singh of Hathras
              (see below).
  • Thakur BHURE SINGH,
    Thakur of Hathras 1768/1775, married and had issue. He
    died 1775.

    • Raja Dayaram Singh (qv)
    • Raja Nawal Singh, Thakur of Beswa, married and had issue.
      • Raja Har Krishan Singh, Thakur of Beswan, married and
        had issue.

        • Thakur Jai Kishore Singh, Thakur of Beswan, married
          and had
          issue.

          • Thakur Girdhar Singh, Thakur of Beswan
          • Thakur Gir Prashad Singh, Thakur of Beswan, married
            and had
            issue. He died 1881.

            • Thakur Gururudhaj Prasad Singh, Thakur of Beswan
            • Thakur Saparundhaj Prasad Singh, Thakur of Beswan
      • Thakur Jiwaram Singh, Thakur of Mendu, married and had
        issue.
        He died 1835.

        • Thakur Randhir Singh, Thakur of Mendu
  • Raja DAYARAM SINGH,
    Thakur of Hathras 1775/1841, deposed in 1817, married and
    had
    issue. He died 1841.

    • Raja Govind Singh (qv)
  • Raja GOVIND SINGH,
    Thakur of Hathras 1841/1861, he adopted Kunwar Harnarayan
    Singh of
    Jatoi, married Rani Sahib Kunwar of Bharatpur, and had adoptive issue.
    He died 1861.

    • Kunwar (name unknown)
      Singh (by Rani Sahib Kunwar), died young in 1861.
    • (A) Raja Harnarayn
      Singh
      (qv)
  • Raja HARNARAYAN SINGH,
    Thakur of Hathras 1863/1896, born 1863, he adopted
    Kunwar Kharag
    Singh in 1889, the third son of Raja Bahadur Ghanshyam Singh of Mursan
    (see
    above), married 1stly, Rani Swarup Kaur from Bharatpur, married 2ndly,
    Rani Hanumant Kaur of Dholpur, and had
    adoptive issue. He died 1896.

    • (A) Raja Mahendra
      Pratap Singh
      (qv)
  • Raja MAHENDRA PRATAP SINGH,
    Thakur of Hathras, born 1st December 1886 in
    the Thenua gotra of the Jat Hindu princely
    state of Mursan in Aligarh Janpad in Uttar Pradesh, as Kunwar Kharag
    Singh of Mursan; popularly known
    as Aryan
    Peshwa, he was a freedom fighter, journalist,
    writer and revolutionary social reformist of India, college educated,
    he received his education under British headmasters and
    Muslim teachers from the Mohammedan Anglo Oriental College, Aligarh; he
    established a free indigenous technical institute, ‘Prem
    Mahavidyalaya
    ’ in his palace at Vrindavan in 1909, he
    established the
    first Provisional Government of India at Kabul in Afghanistan, in 1915;
    declared a fugitive by the British Government of India, his estate was
    forfeited and he left for
    Japan, on 7th September 1924 the estate was granted to his son; later
    he published the  ‘World Federation Monthly Magazine’
    in 1929; he formed the Executive Board of India in Japan in
    1940; and returned to India in 1946; Member of Parliament 1957/1962;
    President of
    Indian Freedom Fighters’ Association; President of All India Jat
    Mahasabha; journalist
    and prolific writer who wrote a large number of books on various
    topics; married 1stly, 1902, Rani Balbir Kaur, daughter of Tikka Sahib
    Balbir
    Singh Bahadur of Jind,
    died 1925, married 2ndly, a daughter of Sardar Bhagwant Singh,
    Rais-i-Azam
    of
    Bhadaur, and had issue. He
    died on
    29th April 1979.

    • Raja Prem Pratap Singh (qv)
    • Kumari Bakti Devi Kaur
  • Raja PREM PRATAP SINGH,
    Thakur of Hathras 1924/1947, born 1912, married
    (sep’d. 1946), Georgiana (an English
    lady), and had issue. He died 13th June 1947 in Vrindavan.

    • Raja Amar Pratap Singh (qv)
    • Kumari Sarla Kaur, born 1942.
  • Raja AMAR PRATAP SINGH,
    Thakur of Hathras (see above)

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