Sardar Bahadur Sardar Hari Singh Of Ladhran was born into a Guron Jat family , He was present as a boy in Major Broadfoot’s camp whew the hattles of Ferozeshah and Mudki were fought. Shortly after the Mutiny broke out he acted on orders received from Sir John Lawrence and raised and equipped a full troop, which became a portion of the 12th Bengal Cavalry. He received the rank of Risaldar, and fought well all through the campaign. He also did good service in Abyssinia and Afghanistan. He retired in 1885 after holding a Risaldar’s Commission for 28 years, during which period he retained the highest re. gard and respect of every officer with whom he served. He enjoyed the title of “Sardar Bahadur”. He died in 1907.

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  • Chiefs and families note in the Punjab Vol 1 By L.H Griffin.
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