ʻIsmat al-Dawlah and others
Fatimah Khanum ʻIsmat al-Dawlah was the daughter of Taj al-Dawlah and Nasir al-Din Shah; her children, Dust Muhammad Khan and Fakhr al-Taj, are standing behind her. The man in the background is Jahangir Mirza, ʻIsmat al-Dawlah's uncle.
Settlement between Dust Muhammad Khan Muʻayyir al-Mamalik and his children, 1907
Dust Muhammad Khan Muʻayyir al-Mamalik divides his and his wife (Fatimah Khanum ʻIsmat al-Dawlah [daughter of Nasir al-Din Shah])'s property among their children after his wife's death. He transfers the ownership of the Mihrabad village in Tehran, which was part of ʻIsmat al-Dawlah's dowry, as well as the trees and buildings in this property, and some other properties in Tehran to his son, Dust ʻAli Khan Iʻtisam al-Saltanah. One sixth of the Kalah Chah village, two gardens in Mihrabad, half of his residence, bath, and garden is transferred to his other son, Dust Muhammad Khan Iʻtisam al-Dawlah. Muʻayyir al-Mamalik transfers the ownership of half of the Kalah Chah village, a mill, and half of his residence to his daughter, Fakhr al-Taj.
Will of Husayn Quli Khan Nizam al-Saltanah, 1908
Will of Husayn Quli Khan Nizam al-Saltanah. He divides his properties into two parts: one half goes to his grandchildren from Mirza Husayn Khan, Ghulam Husayn and his sister Fatimah Sultan Khanum and the other half to his daughter, Batul (Fakhr al-Saltanah), and her mother. He endowed some of his properties to be used for hospitals, roads, and the education of orphans. Burhan al-Dawlah and the mother of Batul are the administrators of his will.
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- DDust Muhammad Khan Iʻtisam al-Dawlah