Hindi Name


Time Period

1790 to 1947


  • Sardar Sawan Singh, he was third causin of Sardar Sangat Singh,the leader of Nishanwalia Misl, he joined the Nishanwalia Misl, married and had issue
    • Sardar Sapha Singh(see below)
    • Sardar Dal Singh, married and had issue.
      • Sardar Vir Singh
      • Sardar Wazir Singh, married and had issue.
        • Sardar Gurdit Singh, died 1880,married and had issue
          • Sardar Wariyam Singh alias Sobha Singh, born 1872.
          • Sardar Harnam Singh, born 1870.
        • Sardar Hardit Singh, died 1878
          • Sardar Dhan Singh, born 1868
  • Sardar Sapha Singh, jagirdar of Mansurwal, married and had issue
  • Sardar Fateh Singh, jagirdar of Mansurwal,married and had issue
    • Sardar Dava Singh
    • Sardar Panjab Singh, born 1834,married and had issue
      • Sardar Dasant Singh, born 1848
      • Sardar Hira Singh, born 1862,married and had issue.
        • Sardar Harcharan Singh, born 1897,married and had issue
    • Sardar Sawa Singh,born 1824.
  • Sardar Bahadur Dava Singh, jagirdar of Mansurwal??-1872, born 1802,he was in the service of the Maharaja Ranjit Singh; he joined the British in the Sikh War and rendered them valuable assistance. When the Punjab Military Police was formed, Deva Singh was chosen to raise and command the 7th Police Battalion at Amritsar; was granted the Star of the Order of British India with the title of Sardar Bahadur and a personal allowance of Rs. 1,200 a year. After the reorganization of the Punjab Police, Deva Singh retired with a pension of Rs. 3,000 a year and a grant of 600 acres of land with perpetual proprietary right, died 1873,married and had issue.
    • Sardar Amar Singh(see below)
    • Sardar Harbans Singh, died 1871.
    • Sardar Arjan Singh, died 1861.
    • Sardar Ishwar Singh, died 1866.
    • Sardar Kirpal Singh, died 1895.
    • Sardar Amar Singh, died 1856.
    • Sardar Bakshish Singh, died 1830.
  • Sardar Amar Singh, jagirdar of Mansurwal 1873-??,born 1856,was secretary to the Local Board of Zira; a Provincial Durbarri, and zaildar of his ilaka.
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