Division and settlements of Asiyah Sultan's inheritance, 1927
The properties of Asiyah Sultan, the daughter of the late Haj Shaykh Abu Turab (Imam Jum‘ah of Fars) and the wife of the late Mulla ‘Ali Akbar, which she inherited from her father, were divided after her death: Kayvan Sultan, her daughter, received one share and her son, Aqa Shaykh Muhammad Hasan Safih [the imbecile] two shares. According to a settlement, dated February 18, 1915, Kayvan Sultan transferred her share to her husband, the late Karbalayi Muhammad Ja‘far, the son of ‘Aziz Allah. After the death of Karbalayi Muhammad Ja‘far, his inheritors are his two wives, Kayvan Sultan and Baygum Hana’; his two daughters, Shams al-Nisa’, the wife of Karbalayi Haji Muhammad from Kazirun, and Khanum Rubab; and his three sons, Mirza Muhammad ‘Ali, Mirza Muhammad Husayn, and Mirza Muhammad. Now, Karbalayi Muhammad Ja‘far's inheritors and Haji Shaykh ‘Abd al-Nabi (the guardian of Shaykh Muhammad Hasan) are selling their shares to Shaykh Zia’ al-Din, the son of Shaykh Abu Turab, for seven hundred tumans. Kayvan Sultan has confirmed this transaction. At the same time, Shaykh Zia’ al-Din sells parts of this property to Shaykh Abu al-Khayr, the son of Shaykh Muhammad, for three hundred and fifty tumans.
Related to Shaykh Abu Turab's will and division of his inheritance, 1866 to 1921
These documents include: 1- settlement of the properties, located at Baram plain, among Shaykh Abu Turab's brother, Haj Zayn al-‘Abidin, and Shaykh Abu Turab's inheritors, his wives, Raziyah Sultan Baygum and ‘Izzat Nisa’ Baygum, and his children, Shaykh Majd al-Din, Shaykh ‘Abd al-Nabi, Asiyah Khatun, Bibi Khanum Sultan, Bibi Nusrat Sultan, and Marziyah Sultan Baygum (May 2, 1866); 2- three documents regarding the division of the inheritance of Shaykh Abu Turab, the former Imam Jum‘ah of Fars. Based on his will and under supervision of Mushir al-Mamalik, the executor of the will, and Zayn al-‘Abidin and in the presence of the inheritors or their representatives, his properties were divided and settled among them. Shaykh Abu Turab had three sons and six daughters: Haji Shaykh Yahya the Imam Jum‘ah, Shaykh Majd al-Din, Shaykh ‘Abd al-Nabi, Fatimah Sultan Khanum, Asiyah Sultan Khanum (Mulla ‘Ali Akbar's wife), Khanum Sultan, Nusrat Sultan Khanum, Bibi Khanum Sultan, and Bibi whose share since she has passed away, goes to her inheritor, her mother Bibi ‘Izzat Nisa’ Baygum, the daughter of Mir Mu’min (March 14, 1867); 3- copy of Shaykh Abu Turab's will, in which he has assigned Qavam al-Mulk and Mushir al-Mulk as the executors of his will and his paternal cousins (Mirza Muhammad Riza, Mirza Muhammad Sadiq, and Shaykh Isma‘il) and his brothers (Shaykh Muhammad Hashim, Shaykh Muhammad Husayn, and Shaykh Zayn al-‘Abidin) as the supervisors and the guardians of the issues related to his underage children. The duties and responsibilities of the executors and supervisors, the shares of inheritors, the debts and other expenses, and the pledged prayers have been discussed (December 29, 1919); 4- the execution of Shaykh Abu Turab's will and the division and sale of his inheritance has been the responsibility of Shaykh ‘Abd al-Nabi (the son of Shaykh Abu Turab) after the death of the will executor, Mirza Abu al-Hasan Mushir al-Mamalik, and the supervisor, Haj Shaykh Zayn al-‘Abidin (Shaykh Abu Turab's brother). Now due to his illness, Shaykh ‘Abd al-Nabi passes on this duty to Shaykh Muhammad ‘Ali, the Imam Jum‘ah (August 3, 1921).
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