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Raja GYANENDRA CHAND, 17th and present Raja Sahib of Datarpur married and has issue, one son and three daughters.
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Genealogy

The state was founded about 1550. Rulers and estate holders were....
  • Raja DATAR CHAND, 1st Raja of Datarpur, he founded the state named after himself around 1550.
  • Raja GANESH CHAND, 2nd Raja of Datarpur
  • Raja CHATAR CHAND, 3rd Raja of Datarpur
  • Raja UDAI CHAND, 4th Raja of Datarpur
  • Raja PRITHI CHAND, 5th Raja of Datarpur
  • Raja JAI CHAND, 6th Raja of Datarpur
  • Raja DALEL CHAND, 7th Raja of Datarpur
  • Raja UGAR CHAND, 8th Raja of Datarpur
  • Raja NAND CHAND, 9th Raja of Datarpur
  • Raja GOVIND CHAND, 10th Raja of Datarpur 1806/1818, state reduced to the status of a Jagir in 1809 by Maharaja Ranjit Singh of Lahore, married and had issue. He died .
    • Raja Jagat Chand (qv)
  • Raja JAGAT CHAND, 11th Raja of Datarpur 1818/1877, surrendered the state in 1818 and received a Jagir of 4,600Rs revenue for his maintenance, he rebelled in 1848 and was deported to Almora where he died ; he married and had issue. He died 1877 at Almora.
    • Mian Devi Chand (qv)
    • Mian Hira Chand, married and had issue.
      • Kumari (name unknown), married (as his sixth wife), Raja Bijai Sen of Mandi.
    • Mian Udham Singh, born , granted a pension of 600Rs p.a., his family resided at Prithipur in Hoshiarpur District, a provincial Darbari of the Hoshiarpur district, he married a cousin of Rai Hira Chand of Babhaur, and had issue.
      • Mian Sohan Singh, born .
      • Mian Hukam Singh, born , married and had issue.
        • Thakurani Jayanti Devi, married Thakur Nama Ram of Tantpalan (see Siba), and had issue. She died .
      • Mian Partab Singh, born .
      • Kumari (name unknown), married (as his eighth wife), Raja Bijai Sen of Mandi.
    • Mian Man Chand, died .
    • Rajkumari (name unknown), married (as his first wife), 21st July 1859, Raja Bijai Sen of Mandi.
  • Raja DEVI CHAND, 12th Raja of Datarpur -/1883, born , married and had issue. He died .
    • Mian Surma Chand, he succeeded as Raja Surma Chand, Head of the Princely Family of Datarpur (qv)
    • Mian Raghbir Chand, born , he was granted a pension of 420Rs per annum from the British Government, married and had issue. He died .
      • Mian Baldev Chand, he succeeded as Raja Baldev Chand, Head of the Princely Family of Datarpur (qv)
      • Kumari (name unknown), married (as his seventh wife), Raja Bijai Sen of Mandi.
      • Mian Balrai Chand, born .
      • Mian Sheorai Chand, born .
      • Mian Hira Chand, born .
      • Mian Hari Balrai Chand, born .
  • Raja SURMA CHAND, 13th Raja of Datarpur, born , resided in Jammu, a General in the army of the Maharaja of Jammu.
  • Raja BALDEV CHAND, 14th Raja of Datarpur, married and had issue, one son. He died after 1960.
    • Tikka Durga Chand, he succeeded as Raja Durga Chand, Head of the Princely Family of Datarpur (qv)
  • Raja DURGA CHAND, 15th Raja of Datarpur, married a daughter of the Raja of Bilaspur, and had issue, three sons and two daughters.
    • Tikka Udey Bhanu Chand, he succeeded as Raja Udey Bhanu Chand, Head of the Princely Family of Datarpur (qv)
    • Kanwar Surinder Chand, married Kanwarani Tara Devi, daughter of Colonel Rai Hoshiar Singh Pathania of Reh (see Nurpur), served in the Jammu and Kashmir Army and A.D.C. to the then Maharaja Hari Singhji of Jammu and Kashmir, and had issue, one son.
      • Kanwar Deepak Singh, married Kanwarani Asha Kumari, daughter of Thakur Anoop Singh of Mamun Cantt. Pathankot, Punjab, and has issue, two sons. (Datarpur, Himachal Pradesh, India)
        • Kanwar Bhrigender Singh, born .
        • Kanwar Kapilander Singh, born .
    • Kanwar Oma Chand, he died at the early age of 27 years.
  • Raja UDEYBHANU CHAND, 16th Raja of Datarpur, married Rani Hemlata Kumari, born , died , daughter of Raja Lakshman Singh of Amb in Jaswan, and his first wife, Rani Tottan Dei, and had issue, two sons.
    • Tikka Rajeshwar Singh
    • Kanwar Rameshwar Singh
  • Raja GYANENDRA CHAND, 17th Raja of Datarpur (see above)
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