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Thakur RAM PRATAP SINGH (1943/-)
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Genealogy

  • Thakur NADBHANU [Horildeo], third son of Raja Veer Singh Deo of Rewah, received the estate of Beerha as his patrimony in 1550, appointed a mansabdar with the title of Horilshah by Emperor Humayun, married and had issue.
  • Thakur RAMDEO
  • Thakur IMAM DEO
  • Thakur VAKHIND DEO
  • Thakur JAGAT DEO, married (amongst others), 1stly, the daughter of Suraki, Raja of Taraunha (Chitrakoot), and had issue. fl.1643.
    • Thakur GIRDHARI SINGH (qv)
    • Thakur MAN SINGH
    • Kunwar Gosain Das, received the jagirs of Kund and Korigama.
  • Thakur GIRDHARI SINGH, was overlooked in the succession, as his parents were of the same caste, seized the estate with the help of his maternal relatives, married and had issue, one son.
  • Thakur MANDHATA SINGH -/1668, died sp, and the estate was returned to Rewah.
  • Thakur MAN SINGH, received Tendun from the Raja of Rewah, married and had issue, 4 sons.
    • Thakur PURANMAL (qv)
    • Kunwar Ban Singh, received the jagir of Tyondhari and Palhaan.
    • Kunwar Laxman Singh, received the jagir of Kasihai.
    • Kunwar Chatir Singh, received the jagir of Khariya, Raksara and Purwa.
  • Thakur PURANMAL, married and had issue, 5 sons.
    • Thakur AKHAND SINGH (qv)
    • Kunwar Lal Singh, received the jagirs of Rampur Baghelan, Velka, Sirmaur and Hatka.
    • Kunwar Gulab Singh, received the jagir of Gurha.
    • Kunwar Swet Singh
    • Kunwar Faqir Singh
  • Thakur AKHAND SINGH, married and had issue, 1 son.
  • Thakur MAHA SINGH, married and had issue, 4 sons.
    • Thakur BHUPATI SINGH (qv)
    • Kunwar Ram Singh, received the jagir of Mado.
    • Kunwar Ran Singh
    • Kunwar Kasturi Singh, received the jagir of Baikunthpur and Purani Bakhri.
  • Thakur BHUPATI SINGH, married and had issue, 2 sons.
    • Thakur HIMMAT SINGH (qv)
    • Kunwar Mukund Singh, received the jagir of Hinauti.
  • Thakur HIMMAT SINGH, married and had issue, 2 sons.
    • Thakur CHITRANGAD SINGH (qv)
    • Kunwar Akbar Shah, received the jagir of Nibuha.
  • Thakur CHITRANGAD SINGH, married and had issue, 2 sons.
    • Thakur AMAN SINGH (qv)
    • Kunwar Gopal Singh, received the jagir of Jamu, died in the battle of Nayak in 1796.
  • Thakur AMAN SINGH, married and had issue, 3 sons. He died in the battle of Aswarn in 1783.
    • Thakur GAJRUP SINGH (qv)
    • Kunwar Ganesh Singh, received the jagir of Hinota and Shahpur.
    • Kunwar Bhisham Singh, received the jagir of Baro, fought gallantly in the battle of Gaharwari in 1802.
  • Thakur GAJRUP SINGH, married and had issue.
    • Kunwar Ranmat Singh, married and had issue, 1 son.
      • Kunwar Harihar Pratap Singh
    • Kunwar Kandhar Singh, received the jagir of Patna.
    • Thakur ISHWARJIT SINGH (qv)
  • Thakur ISHWARJIT SINGH, married and had issue. He fl.1843.
    • Thakur HARCHAND RAI (qv)
    • Kunwar Jangjit Singh, married and had issue, 1 son.
      • Thakur BHAGIRATH SINGH (qv)
    • Kunwar Tribhuvan Singh
    • Thakur BHAGWAT SINGH (qv)
    • Kunwar Bhola Singh, appointed an A.D.C., married and had issue, 1 son.
      • Kunwar Ramagovind Singh, received the jagir of Lakhanpur.
  • Thakur HARCHAND RAI, married and had issue, 1 son.
  • Thakur HARPAL SINGH, died sp.
  • Thakur BHAGIRATH SINGH, married and had issue, 1 son.
  • Thakur VANSHPATI SINGH, died sp.
  • Thakur BHAGWAT SINGH, member of the Regency Council during the minority of Maharaja Venkataraman Singh, married and had issue, 2 sons.
    • Kunwar Kamalnabh Singh
    • Thakur PADMANABH SINGH (qv)
  • Thakur PADMANABH SINGH, born , married and had issue, 3 sons.
    • Thakur NARAYAN PRASAD SINGH (qv)
    • Thakur NARMADA PRASAD SINGH (qv)
    • Kunwar Mahavir Singh
  • Thakur NARAYAN PRASAD SINGH, married and had issue, 1 son.
  • Thakur VISHNU PRASAD SINGH -/1937, born , died sp 1937.
  • Thakur NARMADA PRASAD SINGH 1937/1943, a Congress worker, married and had issue, 1 son.
  • Thakur RAM PRATAP SINGH (see above).
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