MANANWALA

 

MANANWALA (Jagir) 

 

 

VILLAGES: xx REVENUE: xx ACCESSION: xx
LOCATION: Punjab DYNASTY: Mann Jat RELIGION: Sikh

 

PRESENT HEAD OF HOUSE:
PREDECESSORS AND SHORT HISTORY: This
branch
of
the Mann tribe, had been resident at Mananwala in Amritsar
District for many generations, when in 1720, the village was plundered
and destroyed, Tara Singh abandoned it and settled with his family at
Narli.

  • Tara Singh, he abandoned Mananwala in 1720 and with a band
    of horsemen, he seized and held several villages in Amritsar district
    till his death, married and had issue.

    • Sardar Karam Singh, he joined the Bhangi misl and
      acquired jagirs in the Lahore, Sialkot and Amritsar districts, he
      rebuilt Mananwala and took up his residence there, married and had
      issue.

      • Sardar Ram Singh, he and his brother left the Bhangi
        misl and joined with Sardar Mahan Singh Sukerchakia, married and had
        issue, an only daughter. He died 1788.

        • Bibiji Sada Kaur, married Sardar Sobha Singh
          Halluwalia, son of Sardar Bhag Singh Halluwalia, a Bhangi Sardar, he
          had built Kila Sobha Singh in Sialkot district.
      • Sardar Sham Singh, he succeeded to the whole estate on
        his brothers death, but in 1790 all the estate was confiscated by
        Sardar Mahan Singh Sukerchakia, except for Mananwala and Ralliabadho,
        married and had issue.

        • Sardar Fateh Singh, he served in the Kangra campaign
          in 1809, at Daskah, where he was wounded, at Chunian and at Sahiwal
          where he was appointed Commandant and remained for a year; he fought at
          Attock in 1813 and in the Kashmir expedition of 1814, then at Multan in
          1818 and Kashmir again in 1819, his estates were confiscated again in
          1820, but he received new ones in December 1821,  he went to
          Peshawar in 1834 and remained in service there till 1839, married
          Bibiji (name unknown) Kaur,
          sister of Sardar Nar Singh Aimahwala, and had issue. He was killed 28th
          February 1845, apparently on the orders of Maharaja Gulab Singh of
          Jammu.

          • Bibiji Kakoh Kaur, married Sardar Ajit Singh
            Sandhanwalia (see Lahore), died in
            September 1843. She committed sati
            in September 1843.
          • Sardar Sardul Singh, born 1810, he served under
            General Ventura in 1840-1841 in the Mandi campaign and at the siege and
            capture of Kamlaghar; and married and had issue.

            • Bibiji Partab Kaur, married Sardar Isar Singh
              Nakkai.
            • Bibiji Nihal Kaur, married Sardar Kishan Singh
              Chinah.
            • Partab Singh, born 1834. married and had issue.
              • Mehtab Singh, born 1860.
            • Bibiji Gulab Kaur, married a son of Sardar Kharak
              Singh of Jalandhar.
            • Jiun Singh, born 1852.
            • Bibiji (name
              unknown
              )
              Kaur,
              married Sardar Jiun Singh Attariwala,
              born 1835.
          • Sardar Jowala Singh, married and had issue. He died
            1860.

            • Raja Singh, born 1836, married and had issue.
              • (name unknown)
                Singh,
                born
                1863.
            • Hira Singh, born 1838.
      • Bibiji (name unknown)
        Kaur,
        married
        Sardar Lakha Singh Awan.

 

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