Mirza Ghulam Hussain was a paternal cousin of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, Mirza Imam ud Din, Mirza Nizam ud Din and Mirza Ghulam Qadir. His father was Mirza Ghulam Haidar. He seems to have went missing after the settlement of 1865. He was married to Imam Bibi, who was the sister of Mirza Ahmad Baig (Beg). He is mentioned in the Punjab Chiefs in terms of the family tree of MGA. It was his land which was in-limbo as MGA asked to marry Muhammadi Begum.  In roughly 1887 Mirza Ahmad Baig had approached MGA in an attempt to get MGA to transfer over the property fully into Imam Bibi’s name, MGA had the full legal right to accept or deny this. This would have given Imam Bibi the power to name an heir to the property, if MGA didn’t sign, at her death the property would revert to the children of Mirza Ghulam Murtaza (MGA and Mirza Sultan Ahmad) and the children of Mirza Ghulam Muhi-ud-Din (Imam ud Din, Nizam ud Din and their sisters). He is mentioned in the ROR of Aug-1939 and Dec-1939.
His pension allotment?

We have estimated that he was allotted 280/5= 56 rupees per year as well as land rights.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________ Imam Bibi dies in roughly 1902

MGA discusses this story in Nuzul ul Masih. Thus, the land of Mirza Ghulam Haidar is reverted back to his cousins. MGA then bought out his other cousins and got all of the land and buildings, which seem to be right next door to MGA’s mansion.
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The Punjab Chiefs by Lepel Griffin (1865, 1890 and 1909 edition), its data and scans

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad was offering bribes just to get Muhammadi Begum….

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Who is Mirza Ghulam Muhi-ud-Din? Mirza Ghulam Ahmad’s paternal uncle (died in 1866)

Who is Mirza Nizam ud din (1845–?)? The first-cousin of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad

New data on Muhammadi Begum found (2017)

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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad wanted Muhammadi begum’s husband to be killed

Mirza Sultan Muhammad from Patti, District Lahore, married Muhammadi Begum (MGA’s niece/daughter), not MGA

New data on Muhammadi Begum found (2017)

In terms of Muhammadi Begum, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad was guaranteeing that she would eventually (TAQDIR E MUBRA) be married to him

Who is Mirza Ghulam Murtaza (1791–1876)?

Sir Lepel H. Griffin (1865), The Panjab Chiefs, Online: pp.381-2


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