Mirza Shamsuddin Ahmed Khan, 1809–1835 (aged 26 years)
|Birth of a half-brother||Ameenuddin Ahmed Khan|
1814 (aged 5 years)
|Birth of a half-brother||Ziauddin Ahmed Khan|
1820 (aged 11 years)
|Death of a father||Ahmed Baksh Khan|
October 1822 (aged 13 years)
|Birth of a son||Khan Mirza|
1831 (aged 22 years)
|Death of a brother||Ibraheem Ali Khan|
1832 (aged 23 years)
|Title (Facts Pg)|
|Death|| October 3, 1835 (aged 26 years)|
H.E. Dilawar ul-Mulk, Fakhr ud-Daula, Nawab Mirza Shams ud-din Ahmad Khan Bahadur, Rustam Jang, Nawab of Firuzpur Jhirka. b. at Loharu House, Delhi, 1809 (s/o Bahu Khanum), educ. privately. Appointed as Heir Apparent and became Administrator of the states when his father transferred his ruling powers to him, October 1822. Assigned Loharu to his younger half-brother, Amin ud-din, at his father's behest in February 1825. Invested with the management of Firuzpur Jirka by his father, October 1826. Succeeded on his death as and granted the personal titles of Dilawar ul-Mulk, Fakhr ud-Daula, Nawab and Rustam Jang October 1827. Deposed for his part in the murder of the William Fraser, British Resident at Delhi, and his principality of Firuzpur Jhirka confiscated, 8th September 1835. m. (first) 1826, Wazir Begum Sahiba (b. 1811; m. second, at the Red Fort, Delhi, 1844, H.R.H. Shahzada Mirza Fakhr ud-din Muhammad Sultan, Fath ul-Mulk Shah Bahadur, Wali Ahad of Delhi; and d. at Rampur after 1856), styled Shaukat Mahal Sahiba after her second marriage, daughter of Muhammad Yusuf Kashmiri. m. (second) Jani Begum Sahiba. m. (third) Afzal uz-Zamani Begum (d. after 1835). He was k. (hanged for his part in the murder of Amir ud-Daula, Nawab Simon Fraser Bahadur, Diler Jang), at Kashmir Gate, Delhi, 3rd October 1835 (bur. there at the Loharu enclosure, Dargah of Qutb Sahib, Mahrauli), having had issue, one son by his first wife, and two daughters by his second:
Famous Poet Nawab Mirza Khan "Dagh" was also his son from His second wife.
Reference "Mazameen-e-Farhet", Vol:4.
Addition Note from "Ghalib Kay Khatoot (Volume 1)
He inherited State of Ferozpur Jharka and other brothers inherited Luharo State. He wanted to administer both the States and wanted to give a fixed pension to his brothers. But the brothers wanted their share from the Ferozpur State as well. After long litigation and with the help of William Frazer the Resident of Delhi, Loharu was given to the brothers, which created enmity between him and W. Frazer. William Frazer was murdered in 1835. He along with his servant was hanged.
H.E. Dilawar ul-Mulk, Fakhr ud-Daula, Nawab Mirza Shams ud-din Ahmad Khan Bahadur, Rustam Jang, Nawab of Ferozepur Jhirka and Loharu