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Maharaja Ranjit Singh (Punjab)

Introduction

The following list of the Punjab Chiefs who were various ruling families and held positions of authority in Punjab was compiled by Sir Robert Montgomery, Lieutenant-Governor of the Punjab in the 1860s during British Rule. The intention of the work was to give a picture of the Punjab aristocracy as it existed at the time. It was first published in 1890. As a general rule, only the histories of those men have been written who possess, at the present time, rank wealth or local influence. The second list blow: List of Punjab Chiefs by Sir Lepel Griffin. It contains some additional names from and the book refereed we may find their clans and expand their history. Finally We may combine to form a single list.

List of Punjab Chiefs: India

District Name of the Chief Clan - Caste Other information
Ambala Jiwan Singh of Buria Jat Buria is now in Yamunanagar district.
Ambala Lachman Singh Shahzadpur Sandhu - Jat
Ambala Davendra Singh of Ghanauli Virk - Jat
Ambala Jawahir Singh of Mustafabad Jat
Amritsar Raghbir Singh Sandhawalia Sandhawalia - Jat
Amritsar Ganjendra Singh Majithia Shergill - Jat
Amritsar Balchar Singh Sethi Sethi -Jat
Amritsar Gulzar Singh Kalianwala Sandhu - Jat
Amritsar Bishan Singh Ramgarhia Nijjar Descendant of Ramgarhia misl. Also see the Legacy Section of www.thesikhmisl.com
Amritsar Gurbaksh Singh
Amritsar Arur Singh Naushahria Shergill - Jat
Amritsar Bahadur Lachhmai Sahai Brahmin
Amritsar Jiwan Singh Maan Maan - Jat
Amritsar Harnam Singh Aimawala Uppal - Jat
Amritsar Bahadur Sardar Arjun Singh Chahal Chahal - Jat
Amritsar Sant Singh Rasulpuria Bathh- Jat
Amritsar Thakur Singh Bhangi Jat
Amritsar Chain Singh Hirapur Khatri
Amritsar Balwant Singh Atariwala Sidhu - Jat
Amritsar Bija Singh Majithia Jat
Amritsar Bishan Singh of Chhinah Chhina- Jat
Amritsar Gurdit Singh Chapawala
Amritsar Bhagwan Singh Chamiari Randhawa -Jat
Amritsar Harnam Singh Veglia Jat
Amritsar Asa Singh of Bhilowal Sidhu - Jat
Amritsar Atar Singh Bhakha Sandhu - Jat
Amritsar Nihal Singh Of Kot Sayad Mahmud Sandhu -Jat
Amritsar Amar Singh of Tang Rajput
Amritsar Khushhal Singh Randhawa of Kathu Nangal Randhawa - Jat
Amritsar Gurdit Singh, Chichawala Sandhu - Jat
Gurdaspur Raja Sant Singh of Akhrota Jamwal - Rajput
Delhi Mirza Suraya Jah alias Kaiwan Shah Mughal
Gurgaon Muhammad Siraj-ud-din Haidar Khan of Farukhnagar
Firozpur HE Nawab Sir Shahnawaz Khan, Nawab of Mamdot Hassanzai - Pashtun
Firozpur Guru Bishan Singh of Guru Harsahal Sodhi- Khatri
Firozpur Zabarjang Singh of Jhamba Brar - Jat
Firozpur Sodhi Ajit Singh of Buttar Sodhi - Khatri
Firozpur Amar Singh of Mansurwal Gill - Jat
Firozpur Bhanga Singh of Dharmsinghwala
Firozpur Muhammad Umar Khan Kasuria Bhatti - Rajput
Gurdaspur Gopal Singh of Bhagowala Kahlon =Jat
Gurdaspur Balwant Singh, Rangar Nanglia Ranghar - Rajput
Gurdaspur Sheo Singh Bhandhari Kahlon - Jat
Gurdaspur Haril Singh Randhawa of Talwandi Lal Singh Randhawa - Jat
Gurdaspur Sarup Singh Kanhaya of Fatehgarh Sandhu - Jat
Gurdaspur Bhagwan Singh Kahlon - Jat
Gurdaspur Moti Singh Chashmawala
Gurdaspur Harnam Singh Bhaga Maan - Jat
Gurdaspur Mirza Sultan Ahmad of Qadian Mughal
Gurdaspur Amrik Singh of Khunda Rajput
Hoshiarpur Raja Ragunath Singh of Jaswan Chandravanshi - Rajput
Hoshiarpur Thakur Sunder Singh of Tantpalan Rajput
Hoshiarpur Sodhi Ramnarayan Singh of Anandpur Sodhi- Khatri
Hoshiarpur Bedi Sujan Singh of Una Bedi - Khatri
Hoshiarpur Mian Udham Singh of Pirthipur Rajput
Hoshiarpur Narender Singh of Katgarh Mahal - Jat
Hoshiarpur Rana Lehna Singh of Manaswal Doad- Rajput
Hoshiarpur Harnam Singh of Mukerian Mandhi - Kahar Sikh
Hoshiarpur Rai Hira Chand of Babhaur Rajput
Jalandhar Guru Nau Nihal Singh of Kartarpur Khatri
Padam Shree Moti Singh Rana of Jadla Rana Jat Descendants of The Kachhwaha Jat Rana gotra of Jadla and Rahon.
Jullundur Balwant Singh of Moron Bhangu - Jat
Jullundur Devinder Singh of Dhandowal Badesha - Jat
Jullundur Achar Singh Jalawalia of Alawalpur Bains- Jat
Jullundur Sikh Sardars of Paddi Jagir Jat
Jullundur Thammanvalia Sikh Sardars of Thammanwal Jat
Jullundur Amar Singh of Naugaja Bhindar - Jat
Kapurthala Nawab Jassa Singh Ahluwalia Ahluwalia
Karnal Nawab Ibrahim Ali Khan of Kunjpura
Karnal Shamsher Singh of Arnauli Sidhu - Jat
Karnal Nawab Azmat Ali Khan, Mandal Jat
Karnal Sheo Narayan Singh of Shahabad
Karnal Ujal Singh of Dhanaura Uppal - Jat
Karnal Krishna Singh of Tangaur
Karnal Bahadur Sardar Jwala Singh of Jharauli Waraich - Jat
Karnal Gurdit Singh of Shamgarh Dhillon - Jat
Karnal Tirlok Singh of Sikri Jat
Karnal Nawab Nasir Ahmad Khan of Panipat Ansari
Kangra Raja Raghunath Singh Goleria Katoch - Rajput
Kangra Maharaja Major Jai Chand of Lambagraon Katoch-Rajput
Kangra Raja Ram Singh of Siba State Rajput
Kangra Raja Jai Singh of Dada-Siba Jagir Rajput
Kangra Raja Narendra Chand Katoch of Nadaun Katoch - Rajput
Kangra Raja Ram Pal of Kutlehr Rajput
Kangra Raja Gagan Singh Pathania of Nurpur Rajput
Kangra Raja Megh Singh of Kullu Rajput
Kangra Raja Azim-Ullah, Khan of Rehlu Jarral -Rajput
Kangra Raja Attar Singh Badhwal of Tilokpur Rajput
Kangra Raja Balbir Singh Mankotia Rajput
Kangra Mian Amar Singh Kishtwaria of Tilokpur Rajput
Kangra Rai Sahib Barar Pal of Bir Rajput
Kangra Rai Sahib Chaudhri Malla Singh of Indaura Rajput
Kangra Mian Devi Chand of Bijapur Rajput
Kangra Mian Raghunath Singh Pathania of Reh Rajput
Kangra Thakur Amar Chand, Wazir of Lahaul Rajput
Kangra Nono Gunbo Namgial of Spiti
Kangra Wazir Karam Singh of Bir Rajput
Kangra Lal Sing of Nagrota Kanungo
Ludhiana Bhagwant Singh of Bhadaur Sidhu-Brar: Jat Bhadaur now is in Barnala district
Ludhiana Badan Singh of Malaudh Phulkian Sardars (Sidhu - Brar) Chandravanshi Bhatti (Lineal descendant of Bakhta, son of Rama and grandson of Phool)
Ludhiana Muhammad Hammdam Sadozai Pashtun
Ludhiana Arjun Singh of Bagarian Tarkhan
Ludhiana Bahadur Sardar Raghbir Singh of Ladhran Guron -Jat
Ludhiana Ganda Singh of Dhiru Mazra Jat
Ludhiana Rai Inayat Khan, Rai Sahib of Raikot Chandravanshi Rajput (Descendant of Rai Kalha III, the ruler of Raikot state 1705 AD)
Ludhiana Harnam Singh of Bhari Bhangu - Jat Descendants of Shaheed Mehtab Singh Bhangu of Mirankot and his grandson Sardar Rattan Singh Bhangu, the great Sikh historian
Ludhiana Maulvi Sayad Sharif Hussain of Jagraon

List of Punjab Chiefs: Pakistan

District Name of the Chief Clan - Caste Other information
Gujranwala Sardar Balwant Singh Butalia Khatri Res. Butala
Gujranwala Sardar Narayan Singh Nalwa Khatri
Gujranwala Diwan Hari Singh Akalgarhia Chopra -Khatri
Gujranwala Sadar Rajwant Singh of Ruriala Waraich - Jat
Gujranwala Sardar Kirpal Singh of Mughal Chak Maan - Jat
Gujranwala Lala Ganda Mal Sodhra
Gujranwala Manohar Lal Dogal
Gujranwala Lala Kirpa Ram Kapur of Hafizabad Kapoor -Khatri
Gujranwala Rai Bhadur Sardar Amrik Singh Hassanwalia of Ramnagar Khatri
Gujranwala Karam Ilahi Chatha Jat
Gujranwala Rai Sahib Diwan Amar Nath of Eminabad Khatri
Gujranwala Ganga Bishan of Eminabad Chadha Khukhrain Khatri
Gujranwala Jai Singh Chimni Khatri
Gujranwala Dharam Singh of Gharjakh Khatri
Gujranwala Sardar Gyan Singh Lamba Lamba - Khatri
Gujranwala Raja Mahummad Khan of Pothi Chib Rajput
Gujranwala Sardar Hari Singh Lamba Lamba - Khatri
Gujranwala Badri Nath of Kunja Khatri Descendent of Dewan Mokham Chand
Gujranwala Sardar Mehr Singh Chachi Kohli - Khukhrain Khatri
Jhelum Sodhi Sher Singh of Haranpur Sodhi- Jat
Jhelum Muhammad Khan Khokhar
Jhelum Janjuah Tribe Janjua
Jhelum Risaldar Laurasib Khan M.C, O.B.I.,Sardar Bahadur of Badagran(son of Rissaldar Nawab Khan) Gakkhar
Jhelum Risaldar Momdar Khan of Domeli Gakhar
Jhelum Sardar Hari Singh of Wahali Thathal - Jat
Jhelum Misra Damodar Das Brahmin
Jhelum Hira Singh of Chotala Suri - Khukhrain Khatri
Lahore Raja Fateh Singh Gaur- Brahmin
Lahore Nawab Fateh Ali Khan Kazilbash
Lahore Diwan Kailash Nath Kashmiri Pandit
Lahore Diwan Bahadur Diwan Narendra Nath Kashmiri Pandit
Lahore Sardar Udham Singh, Nakai of Baherwal Kalan Sandhu - Jat
Lahore Khan Bahadur Shahzada Sultan Ibrahim Jan Family Descendents of Ahmad Shah Abdali
Lahore Khan Bahadur Fakir Sayad Kamr Ud Din Bokhari
Lahore Diwan Raj Kumar, Dhariwala
Lahore Pandit Amar Nath Kashmiri Pandit
Lahore Khan Bahadur Shaikh Nasir-ud-din Punjabi Shaikh
Lahore The Kamala family
Lahore Bhai Teja Singh Thatar Sandhu - Jat
Lahore Malik Sahib Khan Kasuria Bhatti - Rajput
Lahore The Sadozai Family of Lahore Sadozai - Pashtun
Lahore Sardar Bahadur Gurbakhsh Singh Ahluwalia
Lahore Sardar Jhanda Singh Malwai Manjha - Jat
Lahore Anup Singh Thepuria Sandhu - Jat
Lahore Misra Bishambar Das Brahmin
Lahore Gurbaksh Singh Pahuwindia Sandhu - Jat
Lahore Pandit Radha Nath Kashmiri Pandit
Lahore Mokal Family
Lahore Pandit Bal Kishan Kaul Kashmiri Pandit
Lahore Fatehyab Singh, alias Jiwan Singh, Padhania Sandhu - Jat
Lahore Nand Lal
Lahore Sardar Kahan Singh Kanhaya Sandhu - Jat
Lahore Sher Singh of Marake Sandhu - Jat
Lahore Sardar Sant Singh Sidhu - Jat
Lahore Surat Singh Mari Shergill - Jat
Lahore Sayad Aulad Hussain
Lahore Pandit Pran Nath Kashmiri Pandit
Montgomery Saadat Ali Khan, Kharal Kharal -Jat/Rajput
Montgomery Teja Singh, Nakai Sandhu - Jat
Rawalpindi Raja Karam Dad Khan of Pharwala Gakhar
Rawalpindi Sardar Gurdit Singh Chachi Sahni - Khukhrain Khatri
Rawalpindi Sohan Singh
Rawalpindi Bawa Narotam Singh Bhalla- Khatri
Rawalpindi Nawab Muhammad Hayat Khan Khattar of Wah
Rawalpindi Ganesh Dass of Saidpur Gakhar
Rawalpindi Muhiyal Tribe Mohyal - Brahmin
Rawalpindi Ganesh Dass of Saidpur Gakhar
Rawalpindi Sardar Fateh Khan Gheba of Kot
Rawalpindi Sardar Dost Muhammad Khan Khattar
Rawalpindi Malik Muhammad Amin Awan of Shamsabad Awan
Rawalpindi Bawa Gurbakhsh Singh Bedi Bedi -Khatri
Shahpur Tiwanas of Mitha Tiwana Tiwana - Jat/Rajput
Shahpur Sardar Muhammad Charagh Khan of Sahiwal Baluch
Shahpur Malik Mubariz Khan Tiwana of Jahanabad Tiwana - Jat/Rajput
Shahpur Nawab Malik Khuda Bakhsh Khan of Hamoka Tiwana - Jat/Rajput
Shahpur Khan Bahadur Malik Muhammad Hakim Khan Nun of Mitha Tiwana Tiwana - Jat/Rajput
Shahpur Diwan Bahadur Diwan Jawahir Mal of Bhera Sethi -Khukhrain Khatri
Shahpur Raja Muhammad Akbar Khan Chib -Rajput
Sialkot Sardar Sheo Deo Singh of Siranwali Sandhu - Jat
Sialkot Sardar Hakim Singh, of Wadala Sandhu -Jat
Sialkot Sardar Randhir Singh of Kalaswala Bajwa -Jat
Sialkot Sardar Autar Singh of Kalaswala Bajwa - Jat

List of Punjab Chiefs by Griffin

The Punjab Chiefs by Sir Lepel H. Griffin (1865) book has provided following list of Punjab Chiefs. We are reproducing the list with page numbers in this book for research and analysis.




S.No. Name of Chief and period Page no Clan Origin and other informations
1. The Family of Maharajaja Ranjit Singh (1780 – 1839) 1 Sansi-Sandhawalia Lahore and Amritsar: Ranjit Singh's father Maha Singh was the commander of the Sukarchakia misl and controlled a territory in west Punjab based around his headquarters at Gujranwala.
2. Sirdar Shamsher Singh, Sindhanwalia, 11 Sansi-Sandhawalia Amritsar
3. Raja Tej Singh (d.1862) 29 Gour
4. Raja Sahib Dyal (b.1801) 45 Brahman
5. Nawab of Mamdot 53 Hassanzai Lahore
6. Sirdar Kahn Singh Attariwala 58 Sidhu-Jat
7. Sirdar Dynl Singh, Majithia (d.1848) 83 Shergill-Jat Majitha (Amritsar)
8. Sirdar Surat Singh, Majithia 92 Shergill-Jat Majitha (Amritsar)
9. Sirdar Mehtab Singh, Majithia (d.1811) 98 Shergill-Jat
10. Sirdar Lal Singh, Kalianwala(d.1822) 108 Sindhu-Jat Kali Lakhu (Amritsar)
11. Nawab Ali Raja Khan 111 Kizilbash Turk Sherwan (Russia), Lahore
12. Sirdar Kahn Singh, Nakki 118 Sindhu-Jat Bahrwal, His ancestor Hira Singh possessed Nakka, Kahn Singh became head in 1807, jagirdar in 1860
13. Diwan Ajodhia Parshad 122 Brahman
14. Sirdar Nihal Singh, Chhachhi 132 Suni Katri
15. Raja Dina Nath (d.1857) 185 Origin-Kashmir
16. Bhai Charanjit Singh (d.1841) 143 Lahore
17. Sirdar Jhanda Singh, Botalia 150 Bhandari Botlah, Pahladpur granted in 1834
l8. Sirdar Kirpal Singh, Kunjahia 155 Cousinn of Sirdar Jhanda Singh, Resident Kunjahia (Gujrat)
19. Nawab Imamuddin Khan (d.1859) 157 Kalal tribe
20. Bhai Pardoman Singh 165 Origin:Chuniot (Jhang), Got Jagir of Kaliwal
21. Sirdar Mangal Singh, Ramgharia (b.1800) 170 Nijjar Origin:Sarsang (Lahore)
22. Sirdar Sardul Singh, Man (b.1810) 177 Man-Jat Origin:Mogalchak (Gujranwala)
23. Sirdar Jowaahir Singh, Nalwa (b.1800) 184 Origin Guhranwala, resided at Mananwala(Amritsar)
24. Sirdar Sarup Singh, Malwai (d.1850) 192 Man-Jat ancestors from Mowran Kala (Nabha), Mal Singh was first to become Sikh who left Nabha in 1760
25. Sirdar Gurdit Singh, Chhachhi(b.1834) 197 Kohli Khatri ancestors migrated from Bhatner to Salargah (Chhachh)
26. i. Jaimal Singh Khunda 200 Randhawa-Jat ancestors moved from Bikaner 700 years ago, Jagir of Khundah (Gurdaspur)
27. ii. Lal Singh Talwandi (b.1798) 204 Randhawa-Jat ancestor Randhawah founder of clan came to Batala (Punjab) and founded village Jhanda
28. iii. Gurdit Singh Chamyari 207 Randhawa-Jat ancestor Sawal Singh adopted Sikhism in 1750 and joined Bhangi misl, hold jagir at Dhariwal (Ajnala)
29. iv. Hari Singh Dodia (b.1809) 212 Randhawa-Jat family originated from village Doda in Shakargarh pargana of Gurdaspur founded by Dhir Randhawa.
30. v. Nand Singh Kathu Nangal 216 Randhawa-Jat Kathu Nangal was founded by ancestor Gaggu son of Dalah 10th in descent from Randhawa, the founder of clan. Nand Singh lost jagir in 1848
31. vi. Sahib Singh, Isapuria (b.1805) 218 Randhawa-Jat Isapur was founded by Dasonda Singh who became Sikh in 1730 and joined Bhangi misl
32. General Harsukh Rai (b.1810) 219 Khatri of Kapur tribe
33. Sirdar Fatah Singh, Thepuria (b.1823) 222 Sandhu - Jat native of Kaleki near Kasur, left it and founded Thepur (Lahore)
34. Sirdar Sadho Singh, Padhania (b.1851) 225 Sindhu-Jat Family from Manjha. Padhana village, 15 miles south of Lahore, was founded by Changa 13th in descend from Sindhu.
35. Sirdar Jassa Singh, Naoshera (b. 1793) 230 Shergill-Jat Chaudhari Sarwani 15th in descend from Sher, founder of clan, built the village of Naoshera, otherwise known as Raipur Sarwani and got in jagir.
36. Diwan Rattan Chand, Darhiwala (b.1808) 232 the family came originally from Payal Ludhiana
37. The Fakir Family 235
38. Sirdar Richpal Singh, Sindhu of Siranwali (b.1850-d.1907) 249 Sindhu-Jat ancestor of this family was Hassan, who founded a village Hassanwala (Gujranwala) in 1500 AD. The village of Siranwali in Pasrur (Sialkot) was also founded by him at place where he overcame Karayah tribe.
39. Pandit Shankar Nath (b.1805) 253 Kashmiri-Kaul
40. Bakshi Bhaggat Ram (d.1865) 255 money-changer
41. Malik Khairud-din Khan, Kasuria (b.1810) 258 Bhatti-Rajput
42. Pundit Radha Kishan 261 Brahman
43. Misr Rup Lal (d.1864) 264 Brahman originally from Mauza Dilwal (Jhelum)
44. Rai Kishan Chand 268 Bhandari caste
45. Diwan Mulraj (d.1850) 272 Chopra-Khatri
46. Diwan Hukm Chand Peshoria (b.1807) 286
47. Sirdar Jodh Singh Amritsar (d.1864) 290 originated from Ruriala (Gujranwala)
48. Diwan Hakim Rai Sialkotia (b.1803) 295 his ancestors were in service of Kanhaiya chiefs
49. Diwan Karam Chand of Imanabad 300 Khatri
50. Sirdar Mian Singh, Bhagowala 303 Kahlon-Jat Bhago, 11th from Kahlon came from Ujjain to Punjab and founded village Bhagowal in Batala (Amritsar)
51. Sirdar Bhup Singh, Bhagga (b.1836) 305 Man-Jat founder of this family was Amar Singh of village Bhagga (Amritsar)
52. The Man Sirdars, of Mogalchak 307 Man-Jat Ladda, the founder of Mogalchak family migrated from Delhi to country near Gujranwala, founded a village Man and was made it head-man of 22 villages. Nikka, the 4th in descent from Ladda founded village Nikka Man, which passed to Mirza Kila, who destroyed it and built a village and called it Mogalchak.
53. The Kanheyas, i. Jit Singh, Rukhanwala (b. 1814) 315 Sindhu-Jat Kanheya misl gets name after village Kanah, 15 km from Lahore, founded by a Sindhu-Jat. Its first leader was Jai Singh.
54. --ii. Kesra Singh, Kotli (b.1836) 321 Sindhu-Jat Hakikat Singh of village Julka was contemporary of Jai Singh Kanheya. Kesra Singh was his great grandson.
55. --iii. Arbel Singh, Sangatpuria 339 Sindhu-Jat uncle of Hakikat Singh was Jassa Singh → Charrat Singh → Nar Singh → Ram Singh → Arbel Singh
56. The Rosa, i. Attar Singh, Rosa 341 Sindhu-Jat see: Rosa
57. -- ii. Hardit Singh, Rosa 344 Sindhu-Jat see: Rosa
58. -- iii. Tegh Singh, Rosa 347 Sindhu-Jat see: Rosa
59. Sirdar Fatah Singh, Hathu (b.1804) 349 Maraka (Lahore) village founded by ancestors of Fatah Singh and Bur Singh was Chaudhary in 1752 when Ahmad Shah Abdali invaded Punjab.
60. Dewa Singh (b.1802) 353 Shergill-Jat Dewa Singh was founder of Nishanwala misl
61. Commandant Mota Singh Risaldar (b.1814) 355
62. Shamshuddin Khan Kassuria 357 Bhatti-Rajput settled at Thathi Kotna (Kasur)
63. Sirdar Surjan Singh Mokal (d.1864) 361 Sindhu-Jat Resident of Mokal(Lahore)).
67. Jai Bingh Chinah 373 Gill-Jat ancestor Miru founded village Chinah, 5 miles from Raja Sansi (Amritsar), about 1600 AD. His eldest brother Dadu founded second village Jastarwal where they reside.
68. Didar Singh Veliga 375 his ancestor Sahib Singh joined Kanheya misl, received grant of Syadghar, founded village Wachhoya where he resided till death in 1803.
69. Hukma Singh Chimni (b.1835) 377 Khatri
70. Mirzn Ghulam Murtaza 880 Mughal came from Samarkand and settled in Punjab.
71. Jodh Singh Chhapawala (b.1823) 382 resident of Dadubaqjrah (Sialkot), joined Kanheya misl
72. The Bhangi Sirdars 385 Bhamma Singh of Kasur was founder of Bhangi misl, being addicted to bhang got this name.
73. Balwant Singh Rangar Nanglia 390 Rangar-Rajput family came from Bikaner, founded village Rangar Nangal near Batala (Gurdaspur)
74. The Chattah Tribe 402 Chatta claim Chohan origin, came from Delhi and settled in Gujranwala
75. Sher Singh Kamla (b.1816) 406 Amritsar
76. Hira Singh Wazirabadia 409 Waraich-Jat Resident of Wazirabad. Waraich are numerous in Gujrat and Gujranwala districts, converted to Muslims about 400 years ago, Griffin (p.409) gives a legend about origin, that Raja Jaypal of Lahore found in forests of Thanesar, an infant boy clinging to the dead body of its mother whose husband doid in a skirmish. Raja brought the child and named Barachh, meaning found under Bar tree. On the death of Raja without issue, Waraich got the throne.
77. Uttam Singh Panjhattah 415 claim descent from Raja Dalip or Dehlu, ancestor of Sirdar Nidhan Singh emigrated to Punjab and settled at Chawah Chhadah (Jhelum), later moved to Amritsar where his son Rai Than Wada founded village in his name.
78. The Sindhus i. Joala Singh Wadala 417 Sindhu-Jat Sindhu descendantMokal founded village in his name, 10 miles south of Daska. Several generations later Gajju founded village Wadala, 3 miles east of Mokal.
79. --ii. Kirpal Singh Chichahwala (b.1840) 420 Sindhu-Jat ancestor Ladha was lambardar of village Chichah founded by Sindhu Jats. Ladha's son Sewa adopted Sikhism in 1720. Kirpal Singh got jagir of Chichah.
80. -- iii. Wachan Singh Thethar (b.1840) 423 Sindhu-Jat Thethar or Tehtar near Lahore, Chur Singh was its Choudhary who adopted Sikhism in 1740
8l. -- iv. Bagh Singh of Kontal 426 Sindhu-Jat Desha Singh, the grandfather of Bagh Singh of Kontal, was relative of Sirdar Jai Singh, the great Kanheya chief. He built the fort Desa Singhwala (Amritsar) and Kontalpur near Pathankot.
82. -- v. Rattan Singh Kot Diwan Singh 427 Sindhu-Jat Diwan Singh was follower of Sirdar Charat Singh Sukarchakia. He built Kila Diwan Singh (Gurdaspur). His son Hukm Singh → Sobha Singh → Rattan Singh
83. -- vi. Jhanda Singh Philuwasia 428 Sindhu-Jat
84. The Sidhus, i. Karam Singh Uttianwala 429 Sidhu-Jat Ghumman, the founder of Sidhu clan came originally from Bhata in Malwah during Akbar's times and married daughter of Changa, the famous Chaudhari and settled near Taran Taran (Amritsar). Founded a village named Sidhu. Uthian village was Jagir of Karam Singh
85. -- ii. Dewa Singh Sidhu (b.1812) 431 Sidhu-Jat Dyal Singh was first in Sidhu family to become Sikh, who was killed in battle near Anandpur in 1698. Dewa Singh → Bhagwan Singh → Arbel Singh. Arbel Singh built a fort at Sidhu.
86. -- iii. Kishan Singh Bhilowal 433 Sidhu-Jat Kishan Singh resided at Bhilowal (Amritsar)
87. -- iv. Isar Singh Sowrianwala (b.1809) 436 Sidhu-Jat Kapur Singh → Lakha Singh → Ranjit Singh (d. 1834) → Isar Singh. Got jagir of Sowrian
88. Arjan Singh Chahal (b.1845) 437 Chahal-Jat Katha Singh → Karam Singh (d.1823) → Gurmukh Singh (d.1836) → Joala Singh (d.1846) → Arjan Singh (b.1845) → Ikbal Singh (b. 1863). He got in jagir villages Ghari, Lahian and Chahal in Taran Taran (Amritsar)
89. Sahib Singh Karial 489 Virk-Jat family came from Jammu. Lal Singh → Bagh Singh → Jodh Singh → Sahib Singh (b.1809) → Jowahar Singh. Southern portion of Gujranwala district is peopled by Virk Jats to the extent that country from from Sheikhupura to Miraliwala is called 'Wirkayat tappa'. Bagh Singh got jagir of 84 villages around Karial Kalan and Miraliwala.
90. Jiun Singh Bighi 441 Virk-Jat family came from Jammu. During Akbar's time Rai Lalu of this family was made Chaudhari of 30 villages. Jiun Singh married daughter of Khajan Singh Mokal. Sahib Singh → Arbel Singh + Dal Singh. Dal Singh → Jiun Singh →
91. Ram Singh Hassanwala 443 Khatri Gujranwala
92. Isar Singh Bhakha 445 Bhakha in Amritsar
93. Rattan Chand, Dogal 442
94. Fatah Singh, Gharjakh 450 Khatri Sham Singh was banker in Gharjakh (Gujranwala) village gounded by Waraich Jats.
95. Shamsher Singh, Mari 452 Shergill-Jat Shergill clan founded many villages in Lahore and Amritsar like Mallanwala, Dewa, Dewa Masur, and Mari.
96. Ganda Singh, Mattu 455 Mattu-Jat Mattu village is in Gujranwala. Founder of family was Gurya Singh misldar of Sirdar Charat Singh of Sukarchakia. Ganda Singh was an officer under Hari Singh Nalwa.
97. Kahn Chand 457 munshi
98. Kehr Singh, Chashmahwala (b.1838) 459 Harchand-Rajput
99. Partab Singh, Sadhu Gurayahwala 461 Khatri
100. Charrat Singh, Kot Syad Mahmud 463 Sindhu-Jat Kot Syad Mahmud is 2 miles from Amritsar
101. Diwan Dhanpat Rai 464 Brahman Resided at Sodhra
102. Gurmukh Singh Tung 466 Tung-Jat Tung clan people emigrated from Delhi and founded village Tung (Amritsar) about the beginning of 18th century. Jiined Ramgarhia misl under Jassa Singh.
103. Sultan Ahmad Khan 468
104. Commandant Muhammad Shah 470 Persian decent
105. The Nawabs of Multan 475 Saddozai Multan : Saddo Khan, the ancestor of Saddozai Afghan tribe was born in Kandahar in 1558.
106. Makdum Shah Mahmud, Kureshi 490 Makdum Shah Mahmud descended from Baha-ud-din , who was born in 1170 at Kot Kiror in Leia district. He was descended lineally from Asad, the son of Hasham the grand father of prophet.
107. Sadik Muhammad Khan, Badozai 495 Badozai The Badozai tribe, like other Afghans, call themselves Bani Israel or 'Children of Israel' and claim to have emigrated from the holy land (Bait-ul-mukaddas) to Afghanistan, where they settled in the mountains of Ghor and Firozah.
108. Muhammad Ismail Khan, Sial 502 Sial-Muslim The Sials of Jhang are of great antiquity. Their ancestor Rai Shankar lived at Dhara Nagar between Allahabad and Fatehpur. He emigrated to Jaunpur about 1230. His son Sial left Jaunpur in 1243 for Punjab.
109. Colonel Badri Nath 508 His father was from Kashmir who migrated to Punjab.
110. Muhammad Sarafraz Khan Kharral 500 Kharral-Muslim clain descend from Raja Karam of Lunar Race, a famous king of Hastinapur. They have chief settlements in swampy jungles of Gogairia district.
111. Uttam Singh, Nakkni (b.1848) 513 The Nakka country between Lahore and Gogaira gave the name to two families: Sirdar Khan Singh of Bahrwal and Dhara Singh of Gogaira. Kamar Singh son of Chaudhary Mitta took took possession of Kot Kamalia, Syadwala and the surrounding country.
112. The Tiwana Maliks 519 Tiwana Rawalpindi
113. Rai Fatah-Khan, Gheba 535 Origin of Gheba is linked with Tiwana.
114. Malik Oulia Khan, 538
l15. Sirdar Attar Singh, Lamba 540 Lamba Gurumukh Singh was founder of the family, his father Pradhan Singh was from village Khewa on right bank of Jhelum near Jalalpur.
116. Sirdar Kishan Singh, Lamba (b.1827) 543
117. Malik Langar Khan, Sahiwal (d.1853) 545 Baloch
118. Diwan Mohknm Chand 551 lived at Kunjah (Gujrat)
119. Fatah Khan Drek 561 Khattar originally native of Khorasan, came to India in first Mohammadan invasion.
120. Muhammad Haiyat Khan, of Wah 566 Khattar
121. Kazi Fazl Ahmad of Gondal 568 Khattar During reign of Humayun Muhammad Sadik moved from Delhi to Chachh, where about 6 miles from Attock founded village Fattuchak.
122. Malik Firozuddin Khan, Shamahabad 570 Awan Rawalpindi
123. Raja Karam Dad Khan Ghakkar 573 Ghakkar Ghakkars trace their descent from Kaigohar, a native of Ispahan in Persia whose son Sultan Kaid conquered Badakshan and Thibet.
124. Budha Khan Malal 582 Malal-Muslim The family calls Bhandial from Rai Bhandi Beg. Budha Khan received the jagir of village Khadwal (Rawalpindi) and 'chaharam' allowance.
125. The Chibs of Gujrat 584 Chib-Rajput Gujrat
126. Himmat Singh Mirpuria (d.1828) 587 Ghakkar Resident of Mirpur (Jammu). His ancestor Data Ram from Gujrat.
127. The Khokhars of Pind Dadan Khan 589
128. The Dhoond Tribe 592 Dhoonds seem to Central Asian origin. It is stated that Takht Khan, one of the tribe, married Timur.
129. Misr Amir Chand 596 Brahman
130. The Sodhis of Haranpnr 599
131. The Janjoh Tribe 602
132. Sikh Shrin 607

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