Settlement of Saltanat Khanum and Shaykh Muhammad Husayn, 1918
Saltanat Khanum [Shaykh ‘Abd al-Nabi's wife], the daughter of Haji Mirza Muhsin the merchant from Shiraz, settles the harvest from Malali Shirazi farm in Kinarah village of Fars, excluding the khums [one-fifth tithe] of the years mentioned, to Shaykh Muhammad Husayn, the son of Shaykh ‘Abd al-Nabi.
Sale and settlement, 1884
Sale and settlement of shares of the following people from agricultural land in Fars to Mirza Muhammad Taqi the merchant (the son of Mirza Sayyid Muhammad the merchant from Shiraz): Sayyid Muhammad Sadiq Khan (the son of Aqa Sayyid ‘Ali), Sahibah Sahib Sultan Baygum (the daughter of Mirza ‘Abd Allah and the wife of Mirza Muhammad Muhsin the merchant from Shiraz), Bibi Saltanat Khanum (the wife of Shaykh ‘Abd al-Nabi), Bibi Gawhar Shah Baygum (the wife of Haji Muhammad Husayn and the daughter of Sahibah Sahib Sultan Baygum and Mirza Muhammad Muhsin), and Bibi ʻAzra Khanum (the daughter of Mirza Muhammad Ibrahim and the wife of Mirza ‘Ali Muhammad, the son of Haji Mirza Muhammad Muhsin).
Settlements related to Bibi Saltanat Khanum, her husband Shaykh ‘Abd al-Nabi, and her son, Shaykh Hasan Imami, 1897 to 1922
Two settlements and two records of transfer of properties: 1-On March 28, 1899, Agha Baygum, the daughter of Haji Mirza ‘Ali Akbar from Khurasan and the wife of Haji Mirza Yahya (the overseer of Khafrak and Marvdasht) sells some properties, including the farm near Marvdasht, to Aqa Shaykh ‘Abd al-Nabi for one hundred and thirty tumans. In August, 1897, [Shaykh ‘Abd al-Nabi] writes that he has performed this transaction on behalf of his wife, Bibi Saltanat Khanum. In February or March, 1922, Bibi Saltanat Khanum gives the property to her son, Aqa Shaykh Hasan Imami in exchange for some nabat [crystal candies]. 2- on April 23, 1897, Aqa Mirza Mahmud, the son of Aqa Mirza ‘Ali Akbar from Shiraz, sells parts of his farm near Marvdasht of Fars to Aqa Shaykh ‘Abd al-Nabi, the son of Shaykh Abu Turab the former Imam Jum‘ah of Shiraz, for two hundred and eighty five tumans. In August, 1897, Shaykh ‘Abd al-Nabi writes that he has done this transaction on behalf of his wife, Bibi Saltanat Khanum, the daughter of Haj Mirza Muhammad Muhsin the merchant from Shiraz, and he has no right on this property. In February or March, 1922, Bibi Saltanat Khanum gives some of her properties including what was mentioned above (inclusive of water rights) to her son, Aqa Shaykh Hasan Imami in exchange for some nabat [rock candy]. 3 and 4-two documents from the Ministry of Justice: Bibi Saltanat Khanum, the daughter of Haj Mirza Muhsin Baqir from Shiraz, transfers some farmland in Marvdasht, including the water rights, to Aqa Shaykh Muhammad Hasan Imami, the son of Haj Shaykh ‘Abd al-Nabi from Shiraz. The property's limit had been set according to a sale document, dated May 20, 1897, which belonged to the previous owner, Agha Baygum, the daughter of the late Haj Mirza ‘Ali Akbar.
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