Intro
Mirza Mansoor Ahmad was born on March 13, 1911 at Qadian to Mirza Sharif Ahmad and His wife Bu Zainab bibi. They announced the nikah in 1906, however, the girl didn’t enter the house of Mirza Bashir Ahmad until 1909, the same time his sister, Mubarika Begum left Qadian for Malerkotla. Mirza Sharif Ahmad was barely 16 years old when he got married, his wife’s age is unknown.

Not much is known about Mirza Mansoor Ahmad’s early life. He got married in 1934 to Nasira Begum (born in 1911 and died in August of 2011), who was the eldest daughter of Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad, she was also born in 1911.

From at least 1981 to 1997, he seemed to be in-charge (The Amir of the Jamaat-i-Ahmadiya, in Urdu as Nazir-e-Ala, a position which he held for a long time), of the entire country of Pakistan. In 1996, he led the funeral prayers of Dr. Abdus Salam. He seems to have died in 1997 at age 86, his son Mirza Masroor Ahmad is made as the new Nazir-e-Ala, a position he would hold until he became Khalifa in 2003.
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They had 5 children together, per Ahmadiyya sources (see page 10)(Via the Al-Nahl of 2003)
http://ansarusa.org/sites/default/files/al-nahl/Al-Nahl-2003-v014-No_02.pdf

1935—Amatul Raoof

1936–Mirza Idrees Ahmad (deceased)(Brother Zia mentions him herein, in 1937 at the 1:57:48 mark).

1940–Amatul Qudoos

1947—-Mirza Maghfoor Ahmad

1950—Mirza Masroor Ahmad

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1911

Mirza Mansoor Ahmad was born on March 13, 1911 at Qadian.
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https://makhzan.org/en/exhibition/slideshow/hazrat-khalifatul-masih-iii/
This photo seems to be from 1923.

From right to left
Top row (standing)— —Mirza Zafar Ahmad and Mirza Mubarak Ahmad
Middle Row (seated)—-Mirza Mansoor Ahmad, Mirza Nasir Ahmad and Mirza Muzzafar Ahmad
Bottom Row (sitting on the floor)——-Mirza Hameed Ahmad and Mirza Daud Ahmad (Colonel)

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1937

He is mentioned in the Al-Fazl. At the 1:58:00 mark. His son Mirza Idrees Ahmad (who was barely 1-2 years old), he had diarrhea and was sick.
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1960-70’s
https://twitter.com/rabwhian/status/1486414979351945216?s=21

He seems to have been touring Europe with his cousins. Looks a lot like Colonge’s Cathedral in Germany! Also looks like ‘Strasbourg Cathedral’. Straßburger Münster.

A memorable picture from my father’s collection. Left to right: late Mirza Khurshid Ahmad, late Sahibzada Mirza Mansoor Ahmad and late Maulana Sultan Mahmood Anwar.


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1982–May

He was immediately called when the 3rd Khalifa had a massive heart attack and died. He was serving as the Amir of the Jamaat-i-Ahmadiyya-Pakistan, in Urdu as Nazir-e-Ala (see page 61).

He was there when Mirza Tahir Ahmad was elected as the new Khalifa (see page 62).
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1984

He helps the Khalifa, Mirza Tahir Ahmad escape to the UK (See page 65).

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1996

DAWN, Lahore, Tuesday, November 26, 1996. Page 12.

By Shamsul Islam Naz

He leads the funeral prayers of Dr. Abdus Salam.
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1997

This is a photo from alislam.org, retrieved on 10-10-20.

From right to left, Sheikh Mubarik Ahmed, Mirza Mansoor Ahmad, M M Ahmad, amd Mirza Abdul Haq Sahib

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Links and Related Essay’s

Who is Mirza Sharif Ahmad (1895–1961)? The son of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad

https://www.alislam.org/friday-sermon/2011-08-05.html

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