LOCATION: Punjab (Rawalpindi Dist.) AREA: xx sq.km. VILLAGES: xx POPULATION: xx RELIGION: Sikh
REVENUE: xxDYNASTY/LINEAGE: xx SEAT: xx ACCESSION: xx
PREDECESSORS AND SHORT HISTORY: Misriote was granted to Sardar Nand Singh in about 1848. The jagir was to be continued to Sardar Nand Singh and his heirs male in perpetuity, while mauza Katarian, valued at Rs300 was released to him for life, with half being resumed on his death and the remaining half to be inherited by his heirs. Estate holders were...
- Sardar Sadhu Singh, he was entrusted by Sardar Milkha Singh
Thepuria (founder of the town of Rawalpindi in 1766) with the
duty of providing rations for the Sikh troops; married and had
issue, one son. He died 1798.
- Budha Singh, he was employed in superintending the revenue
collections; he was appointed in 1830 to assist General
Ventura who was sent to assess a portion of the district,
for which he was rewarded with a share of the octroi collections;
married and had issue. He died 1841.
- Sardar Nand Singh (qv)
- Gurmukh Singh, married and had issue.
- Kishan Singh, married and had issue.
- Narayan Singh, married and had issue.
- Sant Singh, born 1880, married and had issue.
- Harbakhsh Singh, married and had issue.
- Surinder Mohan Singh
- Puran Singh
- Jai Singh, born 1890, married and had issue, three sons.
- Kartar Singh
- Harnam Singh, married and had issue.
- Jagmohan Singh, born 1935.
- Makhan Singh, married and had issue. He died 1874.
- Hari Singh, he died 1867.
- Sundar Singh, married and had issue. He died 1892.
- Sham Singh, married and had issue. He died 1907.
- Bhagwan Singh, married and had issue.
- Hukam Singh
- Rai Bahadur Sardar Kirpal Singh, a Tahsildar in Rawalpindi district, Member of the Municipal Committee and an Honorary Magistrate; he was granted the title of Rai Bahadur in 1889, he died 1894.
- Sardar Nand Singh, Jagirdar of Misriote 1848/1871 and Katarian 1857/1871; he held office under Dewan Kishan Kaur, when the latter was appointed Sardar of Rawalpindi in 1841, and accompanied the Diwan to Batala in 1848; it was about this time that he was granted the village of Misriote in lieu of the share in octroi payments; he took part against the Government in Sardar Chattar Singh's rebellion and lost all except the village of Misriote, worth Rs200; he was a Provincial Darbari; married and had issue. He died 1871.
- Rai Bahadur Sardar Sujan Singh (qv)
- Rai Bahadur Sardar Sujan
Singh, Jagirdar of Misriote and Katarian 1871/1901,
he followed in his father's footsteps and at one stage held
contracts for the supply of grain, fodder and fuel for the
Afghan Campaign of 1880; he was granted the title of Sardar in
1888 and the title of Rai Bahadur in 1889; married and had
issue. He died 1901.
- Sardar Hardit Singh (qv)
- Gurdit Singh, born 1871.
- Sardar Hardit Singh, Jagirdar of
Misriote and Katarian 1901/1904, he inherited all of his
father's property; married and had issue. He died 1904.
- Sardar Sohan Singh (qv)
- Sardar Bahadur Mohan Singh, born 1897, educated at Aitchison College, Lahore; an elected Member of the Punjab Legislative Council, a Magistrate, a Civil Judge, a member of the Cantonment Board, and a Municipal Commissioner at Rawalpindi; also served as advisor to the Secretary of State for India in London, married and had issue.
- Gurbachan Singh, born 1923.
- Tejinder Singh, born 1927.
- Jatinder Singh, born 1930.
- Sardar Sohan Singh, Rais-e-Azam, F.R.G.S., Jagirdar of Misriote and Katarian 1901/-, born 1894, educated at Aitchison College, Lahore; he alone succeeded to Misriote and Katarian, though the rest of the property was entered in his name and also that of his brother's name; he was a Provincial Darbari and 1st Class Magistrate at Rawalpindi; he was an elected Member of the Indian Legislative Assembly from 1930 to 1934; married, and had issue.
- Colonel Sardar Shamsher Singh (qv)
- Sardar Shivinder Singh, born 1915.
- Colonel Sardar Shamsher Singh, Rajvallabh, M.A. (Cantab.), born 1913, married 1stly, Maharajkumari Balbir Kaur (Princess Diamond), eldest daughter of Col. HH Farzand-i-Dilband Rasikh-ul-Itikad Daulat-i-Inglishia Raja-i-Rajgan Maharaja Sir Ranbir Singh Rajendra Bahadur, Maharaja of Jind, married 2ndly, Renée Doring, daughter of Professor Hans Karl Doring of Dresden, Germany, and had issue.
- Sardar Sohinder Singh, born 1936, married and has issue.
- Sardar Ishwar Singh, married 6th January 2004, Rajkumari Gyaneshwari Bilkha [Sirdarni Gyaneshwari Ishwar Singh], daughter of Yuvaraj Mahendra Singh, born 24th February 1948, died 21st November 2007, Yuvaraj Saheb of Bilkha, and has issue.
- Tikka Aryan Singh, born 9th May 2006.