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Abbas Mirza, Qahraman ul-Mulk, Nai’b us-Sultana MP (1789 - 1833)

Governor of Azarbaijan as early as 1799 (An Iranian town in transition - p.53) Field-Marshal Abbas Mirza (عباس میرزا in Persian) (August 26, 1789 in Nava village of Mazandaran - October 25, 1833). He ...

Abdolsamad Mirza Salour (Qajar), Ezz ol-Dowleh MP (1843 - 1929)

Abu’l Husain Mirza, Farman Farma, Nuzrat ud-Daula MP (1858 - 1939)

Ali Gholi Mirza Etezadi (Qajar), Etezad ol-Saltaneh MP (1822 - 1880)

H.I.H. Shahzada ‘Ali Quli Mirza, I’tizad us-Sultana (cre. 1856). b. 7th December 1822 (s/o Gul Pirhan Khanum), educ. privately. Governor of Malayar, Tuisarkan and Borujud, Mbr Council of State, Ministe...

Allahyar Khan Qajar Davallou, Asef ol-Dowleh MP (deceased)

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Amir Shah Quli Khan-e Qajar Quyunlu MP (1666 - 1694)

Shah Gholi doit etre Reza Gholi Qajar, le pere de Fath Ali Khan et de Khorshid Khanum

Aisha (Asiyeh) Khanum MP (1790 - 1851)

Aisha (Asiyeh) Khanum , Khan-e Qajar Devehlu. Born 1790 Gordan, Iran. Died 1851 Teheran, Persia, Iran. According to Christopher Werner, Asiyeh Khanum's father was Fath Ali Khan Davalu Qajar... ref. Abb...

Fath ‘Ali Bahadur Khan-e Qajar Quyunlu, Nai’b us-Sultana, Vakil ud-Daula MP (1686 - 1726)

Military commander under the reign of Safavid Sultan Husayn abd Shah Tamasp II.

Fath-Ali Shah Qajar, Shahanshah MP (aft.1769 - 1834)

Fat′h Ali Shah Qajar (var. Fathalishah, Fathali Shah, Fath Ali Shah (Persian: فتح على شاه قاجار)‎ ( born 05. May 1669, - born 5. September 1772- died 23 October 1834) was the second Qajar king of Persi...

Prince Fereydoun Kadjar MP (1922 - 1975)

Firouz Mirza Qajar, Farmanfarma, Nosrat ol-Saltaneh MP (1819 - 1886)

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Haji Mahdi Khan-e Qajar Quyunlu MP (deceased)

Haji Muhammad Nasir Khan-e Qajar Devehlu, Zahir ud-Daula MP (deceased)

Husain Quli Khan-e Qajar Quyunlu, Jahansuz Shah MP (c.1744 - c.1777)

Husainqli Khan Jahansuz (1164 (lunar) - 1191 (lunar)) was the second son of Mohammad Hassan Khan, the head of the Qajar tribe, brother of Agham Mohammad Khan and father of Fath Ali Shah. After the ass...

Mahdi Khan-e Qajar Quyunlu MP (deceased)

Malek Nesa Khanom Qajar Ghovanlou, Ezzat ol-Dowleh MP (c.1827 - 1905)

دومین همسر امیر، یگانه خواهر تنی ناصرالدین‌شاه بود که «ملک‌زاده خانم» نام داشت و به عزت‌الدوله ملقب بود که در ۲۶ بهمن ۱۲۲۷ (۲۲ ربیع‌الاول ۱۲۶۵ ق) با وی ازدواج کرد. او دختر محمد شاه و مهد علیا بود. او د...

Mohammad Ali Mirza Dolatshahi (Qajar), Dowlatshah MP (1789 - 1820)

Governor of Fars 1797–1799 Governor of Gilan and Qazvin 1799–1804 Governor of Khuzestan and Lorestan 1804–1807 Governor of Kermanshah 1807–1821 Mohammad Ali Mirza Dowlatshah (4 January 1789 – 22 No...

Mohammad Ali Shah Qajar, Shahanshah MP (1872 - 1925)

Haji Mohammad Gholi Khan Qajar Davallou, Asef ol-Dowleh MP (b. - 1871)

Persian Minister of Justice in 1866

Muhammad Shah Qajar, Shahanshah MP (1808 - 1848)

Mohammad Shah had 20 children to eight wives, and four more wives with whom he had no children.

Shahanshah Mozaffar al-Din Shah Qajar MP (1853 - 1907)

مظفرالدین‌شاه قاجار (زاده ۳ فروردین ۱۲۳۲ - درگذشته ۱۲ دی ۱۲۸۵) پنجمین پادشاه ایران از دودمان قاجار بود. وی پس از کشته‌شدن پدرش ناصرالدین‌شاه و پس از نزدیک به ۴۰ سال ولیعهدی، شاه شد و از تبریز به تهران ...

Muhammad Hasan Bahadur Khan-e Qajar Quyunlu, Nai’b us-Sultana MP (1715 - 1759)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Mohammad Hassan Khan) Mohammad Hasan Khan Qajar (Persian: محمدحسن خان قاجار), also spelled Muhammad and Hassan (1722-1759), chief of the Qoyunl...

Muhammad Vali Khan-e Qajar Quyunlu MP (bef.1661 - d.)

N.N. Khan-e Qajar Devehlu MP (deceased)

Naser al-Din Shah Qajar, Shahanshah MP (1831 - 1896)

See Wikipedia... Naser al-Din Shah Qajar[2] (16 July 1831 – 1 May 1896) (Persian: ناصرالدین شاه قاجار‎), also Nassereddin Shah Qajar, was the King of Persia from 5 September 1848 to 1 May 1896 when he ...

Qara Piri Beg-e Qajar Quyunlu MP (deceased)

Same profile as Qara Piri Beg-e Qajar Quyunlu Piri Beg Qajar was an early 16th-century Safavid military officer and official from the Turkoman Qajar tribe. He fought at the decisive Battle of Sarur i...

Soltan Ahmad Shah Qajar, Shahanshah MP (1898 - 1930)

Prince Soltan Hamid Mirza, Head of the Imperial House of Persia MP (1918 - 1988)

Soltan Masoud Mirza Qajar, Zel-e Soltan, Yamin ol-Saltaneh MP (1850 - 1918)

Governor of Isfahan Mass'oud Mirza Zell-e Soltan ("Mass'oud Mirza the Sultan's Shadow (5 January 1850 in Tabriz – 2 July 1918 in Isfahan) or Massud Mirza was a Persian prince of the Qajar Dynasty; h...

Agha Muhammad Shah, Shahanshah MP (1742 - 1797)

Muḥammad Khān Qājār (1742-1797) (Persian: محمد خان قاجار)‎‎ was the chief of the Qajar tribe. He became the Emperor/Shah of Persia in 1794 and established the Qajar dynasty. He was succeeded by his nep...

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? Khanom DOWLATSHAHI (QAJAR) (deceased)

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? Mirza Darai (Qajar Qovanlu) (deceased)

Nursed by the same Milk Nurse (Qanum Zolfaghari) ? Mirza Darai and Gharam Mirza Chaikar were considered half brothers. ? Mirza was an exceptionally handsome man.

Abas Mirza Molk Ara (1839 - 1897)

[ Mohammad Shah, très modéré dans ses moeurs, avait seulement trois épouses et s'occupait affectueusement de ses enfants dont il ne restait que trois fils et deux filles. L'aine, le vali ahd Nasser al-...

Abbas Gholi Qajar (1756 - d.)

Abbas Gholi Ziyadoglu Qajar (deceased)

Abbas Gholi Khan Qajar Qovanlou (deceased)

Haj Abbas Gholi Mirza Qajar (deceased)

Abbas Mirza Salour (Qajar Qovanlu) (deceased)

Crown Prince Abbas Mirza Qajar (deceased)

Abbas Mirza Shah Qajar (deceased)

Abdol Ali Mirza Qajar, Motamed ol-Dowleh (1855 - 1906)

Prime Minister Abdol Majid Mirza Qajar, Eyn ol-Dowleh (1845 - 1927)

شاهزاده عبدالمجید میرزا (زاده ۱۲۲۴ در تهران – درگذشته ۱۰ آبان ۱۳۰۶ ه‍.خ در تهران) معروف به عین‌الدوله، صدراعظم دورهٔ مظفرالدین‌شاه و از مخالفان سرسخت مشروطیت ایران بود. وی دو نوبت نیز رئیس الوزرای ای...

Abdol Reza Beg Donboli (sous Karim Khan Zand puis Agha Mohammad Khan puis Fath Ali Shah Qajar) (1754 - 1830)

Poete sous Agha Mohammad Khan Qajar. En 1801, Fath Ali Shah , inquiete par Abdol Reza Beg, l'envoya a Maragheh pour le confier aux soins de Ahmad Khan Moghadam. Porteur du sceau de Abbas Mirza در سا...

Abdol samd mirza(Ezzedoleh) Qajar (deceased)

Abdol-Hossein Khan Qajar (deceased)

abdola mirza Hessam Qajar (deceased)

Abdolhamid Mirza Firouz (Qajar), Naser ol-Doleh (1845 - 1892)

Abdulhamid Mirza's grandfather is Abbas Mirza. He was the crown prince of Fatali Shah, the ruler of the Gajar state. We do not consider it necessary to provide additional information about him, as th...

Abdoljavad Mirza Badiee (Qajar) (deceased)

Abdollah Khan Qajar (deceased)

Gouverneur de Khamseh. Voir page 274 Abbas Mirza de Emineh Pakravan. Il avait un palais a Zanjan qu ‘il avait lui-meme nomme Douzak (enfer).

Abdollah Mirza Dara (Qajar) (1796 - 1846)

The Jame' Mosque and school of Zanjan is situated in the old part of the city. The said construction was erected by Abdollah Mirza Dara, or the eleventh offspring of Fathali Shah Qajar in the year (124...

Abdollah Mirza Kamrani Qajar (deceased)

Abdollah Mirza Jahanbani (Qajar) (deceased)

Abdolmohammad Mirza Azodi Qajar, Seyf ol-Dowleh (deceased)

Abol Fath Mirza Qajar, Salar ol-Dowleh (1881 - 1961)

Abol Fazl Mirza Qajar, Azd ol-Soltan (1882 - c.1970)

abolfath mirza shokat Qajar (deceased)

Abolfath Mirza Qajar, Moayed ol-Dowleh (deceased)

Abolhassan Mirza Shahreisi (Qajar), Sheik ol-Reis (deceased)

Enfant, il fut atteint de petite verole et devint aveugle.

Abu’l Fath Khan-e Qajar Ziadlu, Sarim ud-Daula (deceased)

Afsar ol-Dowleh Qajar (deceased)

Lady Afsar-al-Molouk Qajar (Khezel) (deceased)

Agha Begom Agha Baji Javanshir - wife of Fath Ali Shah Qajar (1782 - 1832)

Elle est la 12eme epouse de Fath Ali Shah. Poete, elle écrivait en deux langues: turc et persan. Agha Badji était son nom de plume. Elle entre au harem de Fath Ali Shah comme concubine mais a la mort...

Agha Sepahbodi Qajar (deceased)

Aghdas ed-Dowleh Qajar (1891 - d.)

Princess Aghdass ed-Dowleh Qajar (deceased)

Ahmad Ali Mirza Qajar, Rokn ol-Molouk (1804 - d.)

Ahmad Mirza Rokni Qajar (deceased)

Ahmad Mirza Qajar (deceased)

Ahmad Mirza Qajar, Azd ol-Saltaneh (1891 - 1939)

Ahmad Mirza Qajar (deceased)

Akhtar ol-Saltaneh Azodi Qajar (deceased)

Ala-Mir Rokni Qajar (deceased)

Alamgir Mirza Alamshahi (Qajar) (deceased)

Mirza Ali Ahmed Qajar (deceased)

Ali Akbar Ebrahimi Qajar Kermani (deceased)

Ali Gholi Agha Ziyad oghlu Qajar (deceased)

Ali Gholi Agha was among the other members of Javad Khan's family who took refuge in Iran. By the order of Abbas Mirza, he also went to the Qajar, Irmlu, Cossack and Shamsuddin Lu tribes who lived betw...

Ali Mirza Qajar, Zell-e Soltan, Adel Shah (1793 - 1855)

10th son of Fath Ali Shah by Assiyeh Khanom, daughter of Fath Ali Khan Davallou, Fath Ali Shah's aghdi wife, Ali Mirza, a.k.a. Ali Khan, Ali Shah, "Zell-e-Soltan," Adel Shah (b. 1210--d. 1271 A.H. in K...

Ali Naqi Mirza (Ain ul-Mulk) Rokn-ed-Dowleh Qajar (deceased)

Ali Qoli Mirza Etezad ol Saltaneh Qajar Qovanlu (deceased)

Ali Qoli Mirza Qajar (deceased)

Ali Quli Khan-e Qajar Quyunlu (c.1755 - c.1824)

SOus Shah Tahmasp II Safavi [... Alīqolī Khan, Bābā Khan’s youngest uncle who had rushed back from Erevan in the hope of preempting his nephew’s arrival at the capital. His claim was rooted in the ye...

Alinaghi Mirza Vala (Qajar), Rokn ol-Dowleh (1793 - d.)

چون مادرش بیگم‌جان خانم دختر حاج صادق قزوینی بود، فتحعلی شاه او را به حکومت قزوین منصوب کرد. در سال ۱۲۳۹ به رکن‌الدوله ملقب شد. او تا هنگام وفات فتحعلی شاه در ۱۲۵۰ حکومت قزوین داشت. در این سال، چون علی...

Qorchi-Bashi Allah Qoli Beg Qajar - head of Shah Abbas I's guard 1591 (deceased)

Allahverdi Mirza Qajar (deceased)

Amanollah Mirza Qajar (deceased)

Amid-od-Din Mirza Qajar (deceased)

Amina Begum, alias Khair un-nisa Khanum (c.1695 - d.)

Per my research, she was from Georgia and not a Qajar by birth.

Colonel Amir Abbas Qajar (deceased)

Amir Ali Khan-e Qajar Devehlu (1864 - d.)

Amir Arsalan Mirza Zeilli (Qajar), Shoja-e Nezam (deceased)

Amir Aslan Mirza Zeilli (Qajar), Shoja-e Soltan (deceased)

Amir Ebrahim Khan Qajar Quyunlu (deceased)

Amir Ebrahim Khan Qajar Quyunlu, Zahir ol-Dowleh (deceased)

amir hooshang azodi qajar (deceased)

amir hosein azodi qajar (deceased)

General Amir Hussain Qajar (deceased)