Marriage contract between Fatimah Khanum with Aqa Muhammad Sadiq, 1871
Marriage contract between Fatimah Khanum, the daughter of Sayyid Ahmad, and Aqa Muhammad Sadiq, the son of Mirza Husayn, on July 16, 1871. The mahr includes 18 tumans cash, room's carpets worth 6 tumans, a qalamkar bed covering made in Isfahan worth four tumans, part of a building in Shaykh Zayn al-Din neighborhood, and a piece of land. A note on the verso reads as follows: "The bride received the mahr and nothing more is owed to her except half of her share of her husband's inheritance, which will be given to her when her late husband's debts are paid. April 1, 1872." Another note on the margin reads: "whatever was part of the mahr from the properties mentioned on this document's back was settled between Mirza Mahmud, the son of her husband, and the wife. 6 June 1906."
Dividing the ownership rights of Jahangir Khan building, 1875
Dividing the ownership rights of the Jahangir Khan building, located in the Shaykh Zayn al-Din neighborhood, on April 1, 1875, among Mirza Husayn and Mirza Muhammad (the children of Haj Sadiq), Mirza Husayn's wife (Narjis Khatun), their three daughters-in-law (Jahan Sultan, Fatimah Baygum, and Ummah Khanum), the wife of Mirza Muhammad and her two sons (Muhammad Mirza and Muhammad ʻAli), the two wives of Aqa Muhammad Sadiq, the son of Mirza Husayn, and his son (Mahmud Mirza). The shares are listed as follows: Mirza Husayn and his wife receive two sixths; as do Mirza Muhammad, his wife, Fatimah Khanum, and their two sons; and the final two sixths will be divided between Mirza Mahmud, Zinat Khanum, and Fatimah Khanum.
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