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Fatehgarh (Jagir)

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DynastyJat
ClanSidhu
ReligionSikhism
Hindi Nameफ़तेहगढ़
Last Updated24th Nov, 2022

Predecessors

  • Baghel Singh, he was a Sidhu Jat cultivator of the village of Julka not far from Kanah (see above), married and had issue.
    • Sardar Mehtab Singh, he also built a fort called Chitorgarh, close to his brothers; married and had issue.
      • Sardar Fateh Singh, married and had issue.
        • Bibiji (name unknown) Kaur, married Sardar Gurdit Singh Bhangi.
        • Sardar Kahan Singh, he died sp.
        • Sardar Khazan Singh, he died sp.
    • Sardar Hakikat Singh [Haqiqat] (qv)
    • Sardar Musada Singh
    • Sardar Tara Singh, married a daughter of Sardar Maasa Singh Bhangi.
  • Sardar Hakikat Singh, Jagirdar of Fatehgarh 1760/1782; he was in the service of Sardar Kapur Singh Singhpuria, and on his death, he set himself up as an independent chief and became the leader of another section of the Kanhaiya misl; he then occupied Kalanaur, Kahngarh, Adalatgarh, Pathankot and several other villages, in 1760, having destroyed Churianwala, built on its ruins, the village of Sangatpuria and the fort of Fatehgarh; married and had issue. He died 1782.
    • Sardar Jaimal Singh (qv)
  • Sardar Jaimal Singh, Jagirdar of Fatehgarh 1782/1812, born 1771, he managed to retain his family’s possessions, but did not add to them; married 1stly, Bibiji Sahib Kaur, born 1771, died 1801, daughter of Raja Amar Singh of Patiala, married 2ndly, and had issue, two sons and one daughter. He died in 1812 and his estates were transferred to Prince Kharak Singh.
    • Sardar Ranjit Singh, died 1808.
    • Bibiji Chand Kaur, born 1802, married 6th February 1812 at Fatehgarh, Maharaja Kharak Singh of Lahore, and had issue. She died 1842.
    • Sardar Chanda Singh (qv)
  • Sardar Chanda Singh, Head of the Jagirdari Family of Fatehgarh 1812/1861; born posthumously in 1812, he was granted a portion of the estate to the value of Rs15,000; all property was confiscated in after the death of Raja Dhian Singh, though a portion worth Rs3,060 situated at Talwandi and Kotli were granted for maintenance; married and had issue. He died 1861.
    • Sardar Kesari Singh (qv)
    • Sardar Ishra Singh, born 1850, married a daughter of Sardar Amar Singh Bhagga, and had issue. He died 1874.
      • Sardar Sarup Singh Kanhaiya (qv)
    • Bibiji (name unknown) Kaur, married Sardar Kahan Singh Behlolpur.
    • Bibiji (name unknown) Kaur, married Sardar Hatraj Singh Bandala.
  • Sardar Kesari Singh, Head of the Jagirdari Family of Fatehgarh 1861/1870, born 1836, he succeeded to his father’s property at Talwandi and Kotli; married Bibiji (name unknown) Kaur, daughter of Colonel Sardar Jaggat Singh Mann of Mogalchak, and had issue. He died 1870.
    • Sardar Iqbal Singh [aka Jaimal Singh] (qv)
  • Sardar Iqbal Singh, Head of the Jagirdari Family of Fatehgarh 1870/1895, born 1856, died 1895.
  • Sardar Sarup Singh Kanhaiya, Head of the Jagirdari Family of Fatehgarh 1895/-; born 1869, he was granted eight squares of land for his services during WWI; married and had issue.
    • Sardar Gulab Singh Kanhaiya, he served in the Indian Army as Jamadar in the 30th Punjab Infantry but retired due to ill-health; married and had issue. He died 1910.
      • Sardar Umrao Singh (qv)
  • Sardar Umrao Singh, Head of the Jagirdari Family of Fatehgarh; born 1900, a nominated member of the Small Town Committee of Fatehgarh since 1931, married and had issue.
    • Sardar Mohindar Singh, born 1916.
    • Sardar Davindar Singh, born 1922.
    • Sardar Gurbachan Singh, born 1932.

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