The life of Maulana Sayyid Muhammad Ahsan of Amroha is an interesting case study. He left Ahmadiyya in roughly 1915, and with his entire family, it is unclear who his wife was and his children. He wrote an article in the Tashhizul Azhan of Oct-1913(as quoted by Mahmud Ahmad in 1924 and Muhammad Ali before him) in which he showed that the only prophethood which could be granted to Muslims was Nubuwwti Juzwi or partial prophethood. This contradicts the view of the Qadiani jamaat about the prophethood of MGA. In fact, Amrohi famously opposed the prophethood claim of MGA in 1901.
“Hence it follows that prophecies regarding future events granted in proof of the truth of Islam will be transmitted through the medium of Nubuwwat and that is what is meant by Nubuwwati Ghair Tashri‘i (Prophethood without Law) or Nubuwwati Juzwi Partial Prophethood). All the Ambiya’ who came after Mosesas, were honoured by the gift of this kind of Nubuwwat because the Nubuwwat of Ahkam (Lawbearing Prophethood) had ceased among the Israelites with the advent of the Torah” (Tashhidhul Adhhan October 1913, page 500) See also, “Truth About the Split” (1924), online edition, see page 127.