‘Ali Muhammad and others
The third person seated from the left is ‘Ali Muhammad the military administrator [Saham-lashgar], the paternal grandfather of Parvin Saham-lashgari
Settlement between Muhammad Baqir and Mirza ‘Ali Muhammad Khan Saham-lashgar, 1902
Settlement regarding a building and a garden belonging to Mu‘tamad al-Sultan Mirza Muhammad ‘Ali as well as 50 tumans, which was part of the late Sakinah Khanum's mahr and was inherited by the writer, Muhammad Baqir Garakani and the mother. But Mu‘tamad al-Sultan refused to transfer the property. Eventually, according to this settlement, Muhammad Baqir Garakani (on behalf of himself and the mother) transfers the ownership of this property to Mirza ‘Ali Muhammad Saham-lashgar in exchange for 40 tumans.
This box belonged to ‘Ali Muhammad Saham-lashgar, grandfather of Parvin Saham-lashgari and Havva Sahami. It was handed down to Havva Sahami (Shawkat Karimi), who then passed it down to her daughter-in-law, Parvin Saham-lashgari.
Parvin Saham-lashgari inherited this copper utensil tray from her father, Muhammad ‘Ali Saham-lashgari, who inherited it from his father, ‘Ali Muhammad Saham-lashgar.
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- D‘Ali Muhammad Saham-lashgar