Notes (Facts Pg):He was known as "Shrafudullah Sohrab Jung" and "Wali-e-Hateen, Zellah Gurgaon". He was the 4th in generation of Khawja Abdul Rehman Yousuee. Qasim Khan imgrated from Bukhara to India with his brothers in 1770. The famous "Gali Qasimjan" in
Khawaja Zia Jan Beg, son of Khawaja Naimatu'llah Beg, son of Khawaja 'Abdu'l Rahman Yusufi, a Mughal from Bokhara, descended from Khawaja Yusuf Beg. Khawaja Zia Jan Beg had three sons, Mirza Qasim Jan, Mirza Alam Jan and Mirza Arif Jan, they moved from Bokhara along with Mirza Quoqan Beg (Grandfather of Mirza Ghalib) towards the subcontinent. From Herat, Ghazna, Qandahar or Kabul they wandered through Khyber or other passes into first the region which is today known as Pakistan and then would move to Agra or Delhi, Jaunpur or Malwa, Gujrat or Gaur.