JEHANGIRABAD

 

JEHANGIRABAD (Taluq)

 

 

 

Villages: 193 Revenue: xx ACCESSION: xx
STATE: Oudh (Barabanki
Distt.)
DYNASTY: Kidwai Sheikh Religion: Muslim (Sunni)

 

 

PRESENT RULER: Raja
MOHAMMAD JAMAL
RASUL
KHAN
, present Raja of Jehangirabad

 

 

 

 

PREDECESSORS AND SHORT HISTORY: 
Rulers
were…

  • Raja RAZZAQ BAKSH,
    Raja of Jehangirabad, he was granted the
    title of Raja by
    the King of Oudh in 1854; married and had issue.

    • Rani Abunnissa Begum, married Raja Farzand Ali Khan of
      Maliaraiganj (later succeeded to Jehangirabad), and had issue (see
      below).
  • Raja FARZAND ALI KHAN,
    Raja of Jehangirabad -/1881, he was granted the
    title of Raja by
    the King of Oudh, later recognized as hereditary, married Rani
    Abunnissa Begum, daughter of Raja Razzaq Baksh of Jehangirabad (see
    above), and had
    issue, two daughters.
    He died 7th April 1881.

    • Rani Zebunissa Begum (qv)
    • Rajkumari (name unknown), married Raja Nawab Ali
      Khan, son of Raja Sheikh Mardan Ali Khan Risaldar Bahadur, Raja of
      Maliaraiganj, and had issue (see below).
  • Rani Zebunissa Begum,
    Rani of Jehangirabad 1881/-, born 28th October 1855 (#1)
    , married Raja Sheikh Sir Mohammed Tasadduk Rasul Khan, born
    1851, died sp 1921, K.C.S.I. [cr.1908], granted the title of
    Raja
    as a personal
    distinction
    2nd January 1893, awarded the Sword of Honour in 1919, Vice President
    of
    the British-Indian Association 1900/1911.
  • Raja Sheikh Sir MOHAMMAD
    IJAZ RASUL KHAN
    , Raja of Jehangirabad, K.C.I.E., Kt.,
    MLA,
    C.S.I., born
    28th
    June 1886, educated at Colvin Taluqdars’ School, Lucknow; Vice
    President
    of the British Indian Association, elected President in 1935; Member of
    the Court and Executive Council of Lucknow University; Member of the
    Court
    of Muslim University, Aligarh.
  • Raja
    MOHAMMAD JAMAL
    RASUL
    KHAN
    , Raja of Jehangirabad

MALIARAIGANJ (Taluq)

  • Raja Sheikh HAIDER ALI KHAN,
    Raja of Maliaraiganj, member
    of the prominent
    Kidwai Clan (see Gadwal); married and had issue, two sons.

    • Raja Sheikh MARDAN ALI KHAN Risaldar Bahadur, succeeded
      to Maliaraiganj; married and had issue.

      • Raja Sheikh Fida Rasul Khan, Raja of Maliaraiganj,
        married and had issue, two sons and three daughters.

        • Raja Sheikh Sir Mohammad Ijaz Rasul Khan, succeeded
          to Jehangirabad (qv)
        • Raja Sheikh Imtiaz Rasul, Raja of Maliaraiganj (name
          changed to Rasulpur), married and had issue.

          • Raja Etizad Rasul
            Khan, Raja of Rasulpur, he died unmarried aged in his 30’s.
        • Rajkumari Taqiunissa Begum (second daughter), married
          Khan Bahadur Syed Mahmood-ul-Hasan Kermani, Zamindar of
          Dewa, and had issue.
      • Raja Sheikh Sir Mohammed Tasadduk Rasul Khan, born
        1851, C.S.I. [cr.1897], K.C.S.I. [cr.1908], granted the title of Raja
        as a personal
        distinction
        2nd January 1893, awarded the Sword of Honour in 1919, Vice President
        of
        the Bristish-Indian Association 1900/1911, in 1900, he took part in the
        anti-Nagri protests and from 1902 to 1903
        was a member of the UP legislative council; Vice-President of the
        Muslim Lengue; Member
        of the provincial legislative council for the Fyzabad Division seat
        1909/1912; he joined, the Lucknow South Africa protest and was
        involved in the Cawnpore Mosque deputation to Meston in 1913; he
        attended
        the special provincial conference on the Executive Council question in
        1915; married Rani Zebunissa
        Begum, elder daughter of Raja
        Farzand Ali Khan (see above). He died sp
        1921.
      • Raja Nawab Ali Khan, married a younger daughter of Raja
        Farzand Ali Khan (see above), and had issue.

        • Raja Naushad Ali Khan, Raja of Maliaraiganj (qv)
    • Raja Farzand Ali Khan, he succeeded to Jehangirabad (qv)
  • Raja NAUSHAD ALI KHAN,
    Raja of Maliaraiganj, Member
    of the provisional committee of the All India
    Muslim League; first secretary of the U.P. provincial Muslim League
    after its foundation in June 1909; he was supported by his uncle, the
    Raja of Jehangirabad in 1909 as a candidate for the Oudh Muslim seat on
    the provincial legislative council; married but died sp aged
    35. He had lived extravagantly, often giving donations beyond his means
    to public causes, e.g. five thousand rupees to the Mohsin-ul-Mulk
    Memorial Fund at Aligarh. And when he died his estate was sold off to
    pay his debts.
  • Smt. Roomi Fatima,
    Rani of Maliaraiganj

 

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