Kawkab al-Sadat's sale settlement, 1926
Muhammad Khan sells some properties (two-ninths of four-sixths of the shared ownership of Gavahir village in Dihkhavariqan, with all of its land and the mill, plus two-ninths of four-sixths of Quzay farm and two-ninths of two-sixths of Musa Bulaghi farm) to his sister, Kawkab Khanum, for 1000 tumans. On the margin, Muhammad Khan confirms his receipt of the settled money; both he and Muhammad Baqir Khan (son of Kawkab Khanum) have confirmed that Quzay Dih is not an independent village and is part of Gavahir. Therefore, if two-ninths of four-sixths of Gavahir is settled, the same ratio...
Mirza Musa Khan's will, 1918
Mirza Musa Khan's will, giving a third of his properties to charity and the rest to his inheritors, including his father (Iʻtizad al-Mamalik), his two wives, three sons, and four daughters. Since Najm al-Sadat died earlier, her share of inheritance goes to her mother, Dilshad Khanum, who has settled her share (one-third of one-sixth of Gavahir village, for 15 tumans), and she should have no more claims on it.
Kawkab al-Sadat Khanum's transaction with her brother, 1923
Mirza Muhammad Khan Vakili has settled his share of Gavahir village in Dihkhavariqan with his sister, Kawkab Khanum, for 700 tumans for one year, including the right of revocation. Also, at the end of the year, the whole benefit should be paid in exchange for eighty-four tumans. On margin: the seller's share is two-ninths of four-sixths, which is confirmed by Mirza Muhammad Khan Vakili on November 29, 1923.
Settlement of Fatimah Sultan Khanum with Haji Iʻzam Lashgar, 1928
Settlement between Fatimah Sultan Khanum, daughter of the deceased Karbalayi Hasan, and Haji Iʻzam Lashgar, dated October 10, 1928, in which she has settled some rights and properties in the village of Gavahir for forty-two tumans.
Settlement of Kawkab Khanum and Haji Iʻzam Lashgar with Majid Khan
Majid Khan, son of Haji Vakil, has bought some shares and profits for one year from Kawkab Khanum and Haji Iʻzam Lashgar for 100 tumans.
Settlement of Abu Talib Khan with his mother's permission, 1924
Abu Talib Khan has settled some properties in Dihkhavariqan with Iʻzam Lashgar, son of Lutfʻali Khan Mir Panjah, for 500 tumans on June 7, 1924. On the margin, Rukhsarah Khanum, known as Khanum Aqa, mother of Abu Talib, has given her permission for this settlement on June 15, 1924.
Dilshad Khanum's settlement, 1918
Dilshad Khanum has settled one-third of the shared ownership, including one-sixth of Gavahir village, along with the mill and six-sevenths of three-sixths of Musa Bulaghi's village, with Iʻtizad al-Mamalik for 500 tumans. On margin: Iʻtizad al-Mamalik has transferred the ownership of this third of the shared ownership of one-sixth of Gavahir village and its attachments, which are mentioned in the document, to the three sons and three daughters of Mirza Musa Khan Vakil al-Raʻaya. Iʻtizad al-Mamalik has settled this on behalf of Mirza Musa's underaged children and Rukhsarah Khanum has done...
Settlement of Fakhr al-Sadat with Haji Mahdiquli Amir Qasimi, 1928
Settlement of Fakhr al-Sadat, daughter of Haji Mirza Musa Khan Vakil al-Raʻaya and wife of Mirza Karim Khan, on August 17, 1928, in which she has settled some properties in Dihkhavariqan with Haji Mahdiquli Amir Qasimi for 450 tumans. On the margin it is mentioned that Fakhr al-Sadat has also received some candy from Tabriz. She also confirms receiving 450 tumans, of which Mahdiquli Khan was informed, and that her husband, Mirza Karim, was present at the meeting.
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- Mahdiquli Khan Amir Qasimi (Iʻzam Lashgar)(4)
- ʻAlaviyah (Kawkab al-Sadat) Vakili(3)
- Rukhsarah Khanum (Khanum Aqa)(2)
- Muhammad Khan Vakili(2)
- Haj Mirza Kazim Iʻtizad al-Mamalik(2)
- Dilshad Khanum (wife of Mirza Musa Vakil al-Raʻaya)(2)
- Abu Talib Vakili(2)
- Najm al-Sadat (daughter of Dilshad Khanum and Mirza Musa Vakil al-Raʻaya)(1)
- Muhammad Baqir Amir Qasimi(1)
- Mirza Musa Vakil al-Raʻaya (Haj Vakil)(1)
- Majid Khan Vakili(1)
- Karim Khan Vakili(1)
- Fakhr al-Sadat (daughter of Mirza Musa Vakil al-Raʻaya)(1)
- DGavahir (Dihkhavariqan)