|PREDECESSORS AND SHORT HISTORY: The
city of Kasur, approximately 52 kilometres south of Lahore, was settled
by some 3,500 pathans in 1570 with the permission of Padshah Akbar.
They remained there until it was overrun by the sikhs led by Sardar
Gulab Singh. They were driven out by Nizamuddin and Qutbuddin in 1794,
and they established a chiefship of their own, which was subject to a
series of attacks by the Sikhs, holding Kasur until 1807, when
Qutbuddin had to submit to Maharaja Ranjit Singh, who allowed him to
keep the jagir of Mamdot. Estate holders were….
- SULTAN KHAN, Chief
of Kasur, married and had issue.
- Maujuddin Khan (qv)
- Muhammad Khan
- MAUJUDDIN KHAN,
Chief of Kasur, married and had issue.
- Nizamuddin Khan (qv)
- Qutbuddin Khan (qv)
- NIZAMUDDIN KHAN,
Chief of Kasur 1794/1802, married and had
issue. He died
- Fatehdin Khan, he was granted a jagir at Marup in the
Gogaira district, in 1831 he attacked his uncle, and defeated him, but
Maharaja Ranjit Singh, confirmed Jamaluddin as the owner of Mamdot. He
died about 1845
- QUTBUDDIN KHAN,
Chief of Kasur 1794/1807, Jagirdar of
Mamdot 1800/1831; he conquered Mamdot from the
Rai of Raikot in 1800, but lost control of Kasur in 1807; married and
issue. He died about 1831 at Amritsar.
- Kali Khan
- Nawab Jamaluddin Khan (qv)
- Nawab Jalaluddin Khan (qv)
- Nawab JAMALUDDIN KHAN,
Nawab of Mamdot 1831/1856 (deposed), Nawab [cr.1848],
had issue. He died of apoplexy in March 1863 at Macchewarah in
- Nawabzada Khan Bahdur
Khan, born 1838, married and had issue.
- Nawab Sir Shah Nawaz Khan (qv)
- Sahibzada Akbar Khan, born 1886.
- Sahibzada Fatehuddin Khan, born 1887.
- Muhammad Khan, died 1872.
was prevented by a dispute between the sons of Jamaluddin, and their
uncle Jalaluddin, who was the choice of the British Government, but he
chose to accompany his brother in exile, and even refused to accept
maintenance for himself.)
- Nawab JALALUDDIN KHAN,
Nawab of Mamdot 1864/1875, declared hereditary Nawab of Mamdot
on the 5th
1864 (#1), married and had issue. He died
- Nawab Nizamuddin Khan (qv)
- Nawab NIZAMUDDIN KHAN,
Nawab of Mamdot 1875/-, born 1862.
- Nawab GHULAM QUTBUDDIN KHAN,
Nawab of Mamdot -/1928, married Sahibzadi Meher
Bano, daughter of HH
Al-Haj Nawab Mirza Sir Amiruddin Ahmed Khan Bahadur of Loharu, and his wife, Akhtaree Begum. He
died sp in 1928.
- Nawab Sir SHAH NAWAZ KHAN,
Nawab of Mamdot 1931/1942, Nawab [cr.1931], born
1883 at Mamdot,
joined the Hyderabad State Police after 1907, joined the Unionist Party
of Punjab, joined the All India Muslim League in 1938 and became
of the Punjab Muslim League; he played a pivotal role in organizing the
historic session of the All India Muslim League in March 1940 at
He was the Chairman of the Reception Committee. He remained President
the Punjab Muslim League and member of the All India Muslim League
Committee till his death; married two Princesses from Pataudi,
and had issue. He died 28th March 1942.
- Nawab Iftikhar Hussain Khan (qv)
- Nawab IFTIKHAR HUSSAIN KHAN,
Nawab of Mamdot 1942/1969, born 1906 in Lahore,
educated at Government College, Lahore; joined
the Police Service in Hyderabad, Member of the All-India
Muslim League, President of the Punjab
Provincial Muslim League 1942/1944, Chief
Minister of the West
Punjab 1947/1949, Member of the Pakistan
Constituent Assembly 1947/1955, Governor of Sindh 1954/1955,
married and had
issue. He died 16th October 1969.
- Nawab Pervaiz Iftikhar Mamdot (qv)
- Nawabzada Jamshed Iftikhar Mamdot, died 29th June 1999.
- Nawab PERVAIZ IFTIKHAR
MAMDOT, Nawab of Mamdot 1969/-
- Nawab SHAH NAWAZ MAMDOT,
Nawab of Mamdot (see above)