Report of the Regular Settlement of the Peshawar District of the Punjab

Report of the Regular Settlement of the Peshawar District of the Punjab

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1878 edition. Excerpt: ...Khan. MirAslam, died childless. Ahmad Khan. Sixbuland Khan. Mir Afzal Khan. I I Khwaja Muhammad Shad Muhammad Khan. Khan. 240. To the northwards, separated by a range of hills-with To the northwards, sepa-spurs running into the plains, we come to the rated by arange of hills with Baezai valley, originally a portion of the allotspure running into the plains, nient made to the descendants of Bazid, also is the Baezai railey. known as Baezai. 241. At the present time very few of Very few of the Baezais tne Baezais, who arc descendants of Yusaf, hold possession. now in possession. 242. From the pedigree table given on the next page it-will be seen the five branches collectively known as fromusaf their descent Baezais were composed of the descendants of Aba, Azi, Matori, Musa and Baba. s 243. They appear to have been unable to keep back their They were unable to cope neighbours the Rauizais, whose country lies wi-h the Kanizais and had to the north, and in order to strengthen toobttainthejieipofutmfa themselves they called in the assistance of Khels and Khattaks, who TT, "Vr., . are now recorded Utman Khels, at that time occupyprietors of the villages in ing Gidar and Hamza Khan, two adjoining their possession. hamlets in Kishar Ranizai, and also some Khattaks. The Ranizais with this help were driven back to their own country; in cousideration of the service done, the Utman Khels and Khattaks were allowed to take possession of a part of the valley, which, as might have have been anticipated, has now grown into proprietary TLey belong to the tribe of Utman Khcl in possession of the hilly country to thenorth of Haeatnaggar, 243. The leading men among the original proprietors are--(1) The leading men of the Muhammad Khan, ...
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  • Paperback | 114 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 6mm | 218g
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236548000
  • 9781236548009