Moghalchak

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Dynasty

Man

Jagir

Moghalchak

Hindi Name

मोगलचक

Time Period

17th century-1947

Genealogy

  • Sarja Singh, married and had issue. He died 1763.
    • Jai Singh, he accompanied Sardar Mahan Singh Sukerchakia in military expeditions to Tsakhel, Pindi Bhattiari, Gujrat, Sialkot and Rasulnagar, he was also present with the Sardar when the Sukerchakia forces defeated Raja Brijraj Dev in 1780, married and had issue. He died 1812.
      • Diwan Singh, married and had issue. He died 1852.
        • Wazir Singh, married and had issue. He died 1848
          • Wasawa Singh, died 1835.
        • Fateh Singh, married and had issue. He died 1857.
          • Sardar Joala Singh, married and had issue. He was killed in action at Nawabganj in 1858.
            • Bibiji (name unknown) Kaur, married Sardar Gopal Singh Povindia.
          • Sardar Basant Singh, married and had issue. He died 1905.
            • Raghbir Singh, married and had issue.
              • Wasakha Singh, born 1885.
              • Kesar Singh
            • Suchet Singh, born 1873, married and had issue.
              • Kartar Singh, born 1913.
            • Sultan Singh, born 1887, married and had issue.
              • Kishan Singh, born 1905.
              • Gurbachan Singh, born 1907.
              • Bishan Singh, born 1909.
          • Hira Singh, born 1849, married and had issue.
            • Amrik Singh, born 1873
            • Bhag Singh, born 1879, married and had issue.
              • Gurcharan Singh, born 1895.
              • Shivcharan Singh, born 1899.
              • Wasdeo Singh alias Sukhdeo Singh, born 1904.
              • Kharak Singh, born 1904.
            • Mula Singh, born 1887, married and had issue.
              • Birbal Singh alias Teja Singh, born 1905.
          • Richpal Singh, married and had issue.
            • Sohan Singh, born 1874, married and had issue.
              • Mahbub Singh alias Sampuran Singh, born 1900.
              • Dharam Singh, born 1904.
              • Rajendra Singh, born 1906.
              • Indar Singh, born 1907.
            • Waryam Singh, born 1887, married and had issue.
              • Gayan Singh, born 1905.
              • Gurdip Singh
              • Sardar Suranjit Singh ,born 1918 was married and had issues with two sons , he was died in 1987.
                • Barpal Singh
                • Sardar Harsukhjit Singh , born - 12 October 1964, was married had issues with three sons -
                  • Rupdamanjit Singh ( born 25 March 1985) ,was married had issue with one son -
                    • Ajiteshjit Singh
                  • Vikramjit Singh (born 7th June 1987) , was married , had issue with one son
                    • Zorranjit Singh ( born 13 June 2019)
                  • Amrinderjit Singh (born 7 June 1987)
            • Mushan Singh alias Ram Singh, born 1893,
            • Sharain Singh, born 1895.
        • Sher Singh, married and had issue. He died 1851.
          • Gurdit Singh, born 1845, married and had issue.
            • Megh Singh, married and had issue. He died 1918.
            • Harbans Singh, married and had issue. He died 1905.
            • Naurang Singh, born 1880.
            • Gurbachan Singh, born 1885, married and had issue.
              • Bhupendra Singh, born 1919.
              • Rajwant Singh, born 1921.
              • Harwant Singh, born 1923.
              • Bhagwant Singh, born 1925.
            • Kapur Singh, born 1899, married and had issue.
              • Narendra Singh, born 1920.
              • Ram Mohan Singh, born 1925.
          • Ganda Singh, he enlisted in his cousins regiment in 1857 and served with the corps till its return from China in 1861, he then took his discharge and joined the civil service at Gujranwala, married and had issue.
            • Narayan Singh, died 1887.
            • Bahadur Singh, married and had issue. He died 192x
              • Thakar Singh, died 1918.
              • Harnam Singh, married and had issue. He died 1915.
                • Mohar Singh, born 1909.
                • Pritam Singh, born 1913.
            • S......... Singh, married and had issue.
              • Mul Singh, born 1879, married and had issue.
                • Gurdayal Singh, born 1916.
                • Autar Singh, born 1918.
              • Labh Singh, born 1897, married and had issue.
                • Rampartab Singh, born 1923.
                • Harpartab Singh, born 1925.
              • Sahib Singh, born 1899, married and had issue.
                • Tarlok Singh Mann , born in 1920 was married to Sardarni Harpal Kaur , had issues with two sons , died in 2003.
                  • Gurjeet Singh , born 1963, was married had issues with two daughters -
                    • Bibiji Aman Mann , born 1987 .
                    • Bibiji Kiranjot Kaur Mann , Born in 1990
                  • Gurinder Singh Mann , born 1955 , unmarried and died in 1986.
                • Gurdit Singh, born 1921.
              • Kehr Singh, born 1907, married and had issue.
                • G...... Parkash Singh, born 1926?
        • Jamiyat Singh, married and had issue. He died 1890?.
          • Raja Kripal Singh Mann , was the richest and influential landlord of that time, He managed to earn considerable wealth and invested 18000 Acres of him which got him some 50000 per annum which was a huge amount in those days. He was a Darbari and a Jagirdar of Mannawala.
            • Mangal Singh, married and had issue. He died 1924.
              • Nau Nihal Singh Mann, born 1899, married and had issue.
                • Shivinder Pal Singh Mann, born 1920.
                • Sardar Sukhinder Pal Singh Mann, born 1922, married Sardarni Raminder Kaur, and had issue.
                  • Bibiji Harpriya Kaur [Rani Hapriya Kaur Sahiba, Patiala], Member of the Punjab Pradesh Congress Executive Committee since 1999, married 6th June 1968, Rajadhiraj Sri Malwinder Singh of Patiala, and has issue.
                  • Bibiji Karan Kaur [Shrimati Karan Brar Sahiba], married Sunny Singh Brar, and has issue.
                • Sardar Brijinder Pal Singh Mann, born 1925, married and had issue.
                  • Sardar Govind Singh Mann, married Shrimati Haripriya Kumari, born 27th August 1964, daughter of Colonel Jitinder Chaudhary, and his wife, Rajkumari Anita Singh, daughter of Raja Padamjit Singh from Kapurthala, and has issue, three sons.
              • Hakim Singh, died 1924.
            • Sardar Bahadur Kapur Singh ,born.. was married to Inder Kaur Daughter of Chaudhary Nihal Singh of Chuchakki Mallian , He was an influential Politician had issue with one son -
              • Janpal Singh Mann was born in 1914 , was married and had issue with one son.
                • Jaspal Singh Mann was born in 22 April 1944 , was married had issue with one daughter and son -
                  • Jaspreet Singh was born in 1976
                  • Tripat Kaur was born in 1984
            • Jagjit Singh, born 1901, married and had issue.
              • Barendra Singh, born 1923.
              • Harendra Singh, born 1924.
            • Kartar Singh, born 1913
            • Jaswant Singh, born 1914.
          • Gopal Singh, married and had issue. He died 1902.
            • Sardar Sahib Singh, born 1892, married and had issue.
              • Gurdayal Singh, married and had issue.
                • Harmohinderpal Singh, born 1935.
              • Dharampal Singh, born 1920.
              • Rampal Singh, born 1922.
          • Sham Singh
          • Ganga Singh, married and had issue. He died 1905.
            • Balwant Singh, married and had issue. He died 1934.
              • Shivendra Singh, married and had issue.
                • Sardar Manmohan Singh
              • Rajendra Singh
              • Kuldip Singh
              • Daljit Singh
            • Ranjodh Singh, died 1922.
      • Mihr Singh, married and had issue. He died 1814.
        • Kahn Singh, died 1850?
      • Jodh Singh, married and had issue. He died 1814.
        • Sardar Anup Singh, of Probyn's Horse, was one of the most distinguished officers in the army throughout the Mutiny campaigns of 1857, 1858, and 1859, he was present at the fall of Delhi, at the capture of Lucknow, and on many other great occasions, he was four times wounded, and had three horses wounded under him, he also fought with great distinction in the China campaign in 1860, and subsequently in the disturbances on the north-west frontier; he twice received the Order of Valour for bravery in the field and was also granted a jagir with an income of 500Rs p.a.; in 1876, he accompanied His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales to England, and was honoured with the marked approval of Her Most Gracious Majesty the Queen Empress and the Royal Family; married and had issue. He died 1885.
          • Sardar Harsa Singh
        • Gurbaksh Singh, he entered his brothers regiment when only ten years old. He died 1889.
        • Sardar Mangal Singh, married and had issue.
          • Dasondha Singh, married and had issue. He died 1927.
            • Charanjit Singh, died 1927.
          • Charanjiv Singh, born 1916.
          • Gurbhajan Singh, born 1918.
          • Sukhwant Singh, died 1925.
          • Manjit Singh, died 1927.
      • Bibiji Mai Kaur, married Sardar Mahan Singh Sukerchakia (see Lahore).
    • Mana Singh, he was a subordinate chief in the following of Sardar Mahan Singh Sukerchakia, from whom he received the estates of Pindori Kalan and Pindori Khurd, on his death he was succeeded in all his jagirs by his eldest son, married and had issue. He died 1807.
      • Sadda Singh, he succeeded his father in his jagirs as well as his military command; he died sp in 1845 when his jagirs were resumed.
      • General Amir Singh, died sp in 1840 when his jagir was granted to his youngest brother.
      • Colonel Sham Singh, married and had issue. He died 1843.
        • Lehna Singh, married and had issue. He died 1880
          • Sheodeo Singh, married and had issue. He died 191x.
            • Ikwak Singh, born 1878, married and had issue.
              • Harsaran Singh, born 1908, married and had issue.
                • Mahansher Singh
              • Purshotam Singh, born 1925, married and had issue.
                • Ravisher Singh
            • Antar Singh, died 1907.
            • Parpat Singh, died 1925.
            • Gurbachan Singh, born 1885, married and had issue.
              • Sukhchain Singh, born 1909, married and had issue.
                • Rupinder Singh , born in 1931 , was married, had issue with one son ,died in 1999.
                  • Pal Singh Mann , born in 1964 , was married, had issues with two sons -
                    • Adhiraj Singh (b.1990)
                    • Niamat Raj Singh (b.1997)
                • Hariraj Singh
                • Satbir Singh
                • Sukhraj Singh
              • Surat Singh, born 1912, married and had issue.
                • Daljeet Singh
                • Paramjit Singh
              • Swarn Singh, born 1914, married and had issue.
                • Chander Prakash Singh
                • Mohan Chander Singh
              • Satyawan Singh, born 1921, married and had issue.
                • Parminder Singh
                • Raminder Singh
            • Bakhshish Singh, born 1893, married and had issue.
              • Kulwant Singh, born 1915.
              • Sohanpal Singh, born 1922.
              • Narinder Singh
              • Charanjit Singh
            • Harbhajan Singh born 1919.
          • Sukha Singh, married and had issue.
            • Devender Singh, born 1893, married and had issue.
              • Brijender Singh, born 1919, married and had issue.
                • Rabinder Singh
                • Pushpinder Singh
                • Harbinder Singh
                • Narbinder Singh
              • Jitender Singh, married and had issue.
                • Ravinder Singh
              • Satinder Singh, married and had issue.
                • Parminder Singh
            • Swinder Singh, married and had issue.
              • Gurinder Singh, married and had issue.
                • Harinder Singh
        • Bibiji (name unknown) Kaur, married Sardar Ram Singh of the Sangatpuria branch of Kanhaiya misl, died 1850, and had issue.
        • Bibiji Inder Kaur [Rani Ind Kaur Sahiba of Faridkot], married (as his first wife), Raja Wazir Singh Brar Bans Bahadur, 8th Raja of Faridkot, and had issue.
      • Hukum Singh, appointed commandant, died 183x
      • General Budh Singh, he served with the Sikh army from 1816, when he joined as an orderly, in 1821, he received command of 30 horse, as well as a jagir worth 17,000Rs; he served throughout the Sutlej campaign and afterwards he remained loyal to the British cause in the Multan rebellion, even when his men joined the rebels, married and had issue. He died 1856.
        • Sardar Hira Singh of Mananwala, married and had issue. He died 1882.
          • Sardar Gurbakhsh Singh, married and had issue. He died 1894.
            • Sardar Balwant Singh
            • Sardar Jaswant Singh
          • Sardar Bhagwan Singh, married and had issue. He died 1899.
            • Sardar Ujagar Singh, born 1899.
        • Man Singh, born 1844, married and had issue.
          • Lal Singh, born 1865, married and had issue.
            • Pritam Singh, married and had issue. He died 1925.
              • Gyanpal Singh, born 1916, married and had issue.
            • Bakhshish Singh, born 1891, married and had issue.
              • Suranjit Singh, married and had issue.
          • Labh Singh, born 1874, married and had issue.
            • Gurcharan Singh, born 1897, married and had issue.
              • Balbir Singh , born in 1919 , was married had issue with one son , died in 1984
                • Karanbir Singh Mann ,born in 1955 was married and had issues with two son and he was died in 2011-
                  • Damaneek Singh , born 1987
                  • Nirjog Singh , born 1988.
              • Bamsaran Singh, born 1925.
            • Gurdayal Singh, born 1899.
            • Indar Singh, married and had issue.
              • Sardar Charanjit Singh, born 1938.
            • Phudendra Singh
        • Ram Singh, born 1844, married and had issue.
          • Sardar Harnam Singh, married and had issue. He died 1921.
            • Iqbal Singh alias Joginder Singh, born 17th August 1905, Diploma holder; Member of the Punjab Legislative Assembly 1937/1951; Minister, Government of Punjab, 1949; Member of the Rajya Sabha [3.4.1952] - [2.4.1956], married Sardarni Shrimati Gurbachan Kaur, and had issue, two sons and two daughters. (Murray Field, Shimla East, Himachal Pradesh, India)
              • Manjit Singh, born 1938
              • Simranjit Singh Mann , born 20th may 1945 in shimla , Himachal Pradesh , He had appeared for Central Civil Services Examination in 1966, and subsequently joined the Indian Police Service in 1967.He resigned from Indian Police Service on 18 June 1984 in protest of the Operation Blue Star. He is a separatist politician and an MP representing the constituency of Sangrur since 2022. He is the president of the political party Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar). Mann is a three-time MP; once from Taran Tarn between 1989 and 1991, and twice in Sangrur between 1999-2004 and since 2022, was married 16th October 1970 , Sardarni Geetinder Kaur Mann (is the sister of Maharani Preneet Kaur the wife of the ex-chief minister of Punjab Maharaja Amarinder Singh Of Patiala), Daughter of Sardar Gian Singh Kahlon , and his wife Sardarni Satinder Kaur Mann and has issue -
                • Emaan Singh Mann, born 1974.
                • Bibiji Pavit Kaur, born 1976.
                • Bibiji Nanki Kaur, born 1982.
          • Sharain Singh, died 1896?
      • Bibiji (name unknown) Kaur, married Sardar Attar Singh Sindhanwalia.
    • Nahar Singh [Nar Singh], he was a misldar of the Sukerchakia confederacy and fought under Sardar Mahan Singh at Manchar and Akalghar, he also took part in the early campaigns of Maharaja Ranjit Singh and in 1802 after the capture of Amritsar he was given command of a troop of horse, married and had issue, three sons. He died 1806
      • Attar Singh
      • General Ratan Singh, early on he was made an adjutant in the Miwiwala regiment and received estates in Gujranwala and Gurdaspur, he was severely wounded in 1820 while attacking a fort at Mangli in the Kashmir hils, for his services on this occassion he received a grant of Kharak in Gujranwala and command of a regiment; he served in Kullu and Mandi, bringing the Hill Rajas to submission, promoted to General and was granted the jagirs of Kila Desa Singh and Naoshera, he joined the rebels at Peshawar in October 1848, after annexation his jagirs were resumed but he received a pension of 1,080Rs, married and had issue. He died 1857.
        • Sant Singh, born 1818, together with his father, he joined the rebels at Peshawar in October 1848, married and had issue.He died 1897.
          • Bhagat Singh, born 1863.
          • Kharak Singh, married and had issue. He died 1897.
            • Mangal Singh, born 1890, married and had issue.
              • Harbans Singh, born 1919.
              • Gurdayal Singh, born 1921.
              • Saranjit Singh, born 1923.
              • Rajendra Singh born 1925.
            • Teja Singh, born 1895, married and had issue.
              • Lakhendra Singh, born 1918.
          • Khushal Singh, died 1911/1913.
        • Nihal Singh, died 1882.
        • Gulab Singh, born 1838, died 1905.
      • Bhagal Singh, made commandant of his brother's old regiment in 1845, married and had issue. He died 1849.
        • Ganda Singh, married and had issue. He died 1885?
          • Richpal Singh, born 1863.
          • Iqbal Singh, married and had issue. He died 1911.
            • Balwant Singh, born 1892, married and had issue.
              • Sukhwant Singh, born 1925.
            • Mul Singh, married and had issue.
              • Kuldip Singh, born 1921.
              • Dharampal Singh, born 1925.
          • Hardayal Singh, died 1897.
        • Chanda Singh, born 1843, married and had issue.
          • Harsharan Singh, married and had issue.
            • Kulwant Singh, born 1923.
            • Paranpal Singh, born 1927.
          • Labh Singh, died 1918.
    • Pahar Singh, he entered the service of the Sukerchakia misl under Sardar Charat Singh as a trooper and later rose to become a commander, under Sardar Mahan Singh, he served with distinction in the campaigns of Kotli and Sialkot, he led a contingent and distinguished himself in the battle of Rasulnagar, for which he secured jagirs worth 11,000Rs near Rasulnagar, later renamed Ramnagar, in his last campaign, he took part at the battle of Attock in 1813, married and had issue. He died 1813.
      • Hari Singh, married and had issue. He died 1821.
        • Colonel Jaggat Singh, he was attached to Raja Hira Singh in 1843 as orderly officer and rose to be a Colonel of a cavalry regiment which formed a part of the bodyguard of Maharaja Duleep Singh, married and had issue. He died 1860.
          • Sardar Nihal Singh, born 1840, married Bibiji Isa Kaur, daughter of Kunwar Chattar Singh Nakai. He died 1880.
          • Bibiji (name unknown) Kaur, married Sardar Kesra Singh Kanhaiya, born 1836, and had issue.
          • Narain Singh, born 1847, betrothed to Bibiji (name unknown) Kaur, born 1859, daughter of Sardar Kahn Singh Attariwal, and had issue, three sons-
            • Balwant Singh ( Adopted by Sardar Nihal Singh ) was married , had issues with three sons -
              • Joginder Singh Mann , was married , had issue with two sons
                • Onkar Singh , was married , had issue with two sons -
                  • Nirbhai Singh
                  • Nirvar Singh
                • Haripal Singh, was married,had issue with one son -
                  • Bir devinder Singh Mann
              • Avtar Singh, was married, had issue with one son
                • Jagmohan Singh Mann ,was married had issue with one son
                  • Fateh Vir Singh Mann.
              • Arball Singh Mann was married ,had issue with one son -
                • Kamalmohan Singh Mann .
            • Raghwant Singh Mann , born 1889, married and had issue, three sons.
              • Sher Singh
              • Daljit Singh
              • Tawinder Singh Mann
            • Sher Singh was married had issue with two son -
              • Bir inder Pal Singh , was married ,died issueless
              • Mahendra Pal Singh , was unmarried and died issueless
            • Daljit Singh, was married , had issue with one* son-
              • Devinder jit Singh was married had issue with one son -
                • Pavitar jeet Singh
            • Tawinder Singh Mann , was married had issue with one son -
              • Tej Pal Singh Mann was married and issue with three sons
                • Punit Pal Singh , was married and issue with one son -
                  • Tej Bir Singh Mann
                • Sun meet Singh , was married and issue with one son -
                  • Virat Vir Singh Mann
                • Fateh Vir Singh ,was married and issue with one son -
                  • Rahen Vir Singh Mann
        • Partab Singh, married and had issue.
          • Natha Singh, married Bibiji (name unknown) Kaur, daughter of Sardar Kahn Singh Attariwala.
          • Iqbal Singh, married and had issue.
            • Gurdip Singh, married and had issue.
              • Balbir Singh
            • Hardip Singh
            • Chandan Singh
            • Gurcharan Singh, married and had issue.
              • Karminder Singh
            • Narendra Singh

Personality

Sardar Tara Singh Of Moghalchak

Sardar Tara Singh Of Moghalchak, was born into Mann Jat Family , he was from native of village Moghalchak in Gujranwala district, in his early days he joined with the Bhangis in most of their…

Sardar Trilok Singh Of Moghalchak

Sardar Trilok Singh Of Moghalchak (1920-2003), was born in 1923, was the great-great-grandson of Mann Jat Jagirdar Sardar Diwan SinghOf Moghalchak. LHe was born at Mananwala, Sheikhupura District, and had studied at Guru Nanak Khalsa…

Risaldar Sardar Bahadur Anup Singh Of Moghalchak

Risaldar Sardar Bahadur Anup Singh Of Moghalchak was born into a Mann Jat family , He was the eldest son of Sardar Jodh Singh Of Moghalchak , At that time, the Mughalchak family was one…

Fateh Singh Mann Of Moghalchak

Fateh Singh Mann Of Moghalchak (d.1845) was born into a Mann Jat family , he was the son of Sardar Sham Singh Of Moghalchak. He had been early introduced to Bhatti Jat ruler Maharaja Ranjit…

Sardar Jagat Singh Mann of Moghalchak

SARDAR JAGAT SINGH MANN OF MUGAL CHAKK  (d. 1860), Was son of Sardar Hari Singh, belonged to the Mughal Chakk family of Mann Jat Jagirdar of Gujrariwala district. He was attached to Raja Hira Singh…

Buddh Singh Mann

Buddh Singh Mann (d. 1856), son of Mana Singh, entered the service of Maharaja Ranjit Singh in 1816 as a khidmatgar (attendant). He rose to the command of 30 horse, and was given a Jagir…

Jodh Singh Mann Of Moghalchak

JODH SINGH MANN OF MUGHAL CHAKK (d. 1874), a colonel in the army of Bhatti Jat ruler Maharaja Ranjit Singh and the son of Jai Singh, was a descendant of the Mann Jat family of…

Mana Singh Mann

MANA SINGH MANN (d. 1807), Was son of Mann Jat Jagirdar Sardar Sarja Singh Mann, a minor misldar and a feudatory sardar of Bhatti Jat ruler Sardar Mahan Singh Of Sukerchakia who held Jagir in Pindori…

Sardar Pahaar Singh Mann Of Mogalchak

Sardar Pahaar Singh Mann Of Mogalchak though the youngest of the brothers be more conveniently, will treated of first; as he was the most distinguished, and it was in a great measure through his assistance…

Raja shri Kripal Singh Mann Of Mannawala

Kirpal Singh Mann was a Tall Handsome Mann Jat of the Mannawala Estate. He studied engineering at a prestigious college in Roorkee and also worked with the Punjab Irrigation Department as an Engineer for over…

Ratan Singh Mann

RATAN SINGH MAN (d. 1857), a general in the Lahore Empire army, was the son of Man/Mann Jat Jagirdar Sardar Nahar Singh of Mogalchak, now in Pakistan. He joined military service as a trooper under…

Articles

A Journey from Karnal to Mogalchak and back

Chaudhary Thind Singh Mann captured the fort of Ladia in present-day Karnal and brought fame and fortune to his family. He fought numerous battles against Sultans of Delhi and emerged victorious in most of them.…

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